History Film / ElectricDreams

24th Jun '16 2:22:07 PM Mdumas43073
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->''We'll always be together,\\

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->''We'll ->''"We'll always be together,\\



Together in electric dreams!''

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Together in electric dreams!''dreams!"''
24th Jun '16 2:21:50 PM Mdumas43073
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-->''We'll always be together,''
-->''However far it seems --''
-->''We'll always be together,''
-->''Together in electric dreams!''
-->-- Phil Oakey and Giorgio Moroder, ''Together In Electric Dreams''

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-->''We'll ->''We'll always be together,''
-->''However
together,\\
However
far it seems --''
-->''We'll
--\\
We'll
always be together,''
-->''Together
together,\\
Together
in electric dreams!''
-->-- Phil Oakey '''Phil Oakey''' and Giorgio Moroder, ''Together In '''Giorgio Moroder''', "Together in Electric Dreams''
Dreams"
24th Jun '16 2:19:34 PM Mdumas43073
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''Electric Dreams'' is a 1984 RomanticComedy (hovering about halfway between ScienceFiction and {{Fantasy}}) film from MetroGoldwynMayer, directed by Steve Barron, and starring Lenny von Dohlen, Creator/VirginiaMadsen, Maxwell Caulfield, and Bud Cort as the voice of Edgar; the score, by Giorgio Moroder, incorporated songs by popular artists of the era such as PP Arnold, Culture Club, Heaven 17, Jeff Lynne, and Phil Oakey (of the Human League), which found their way onto an album that proved substantially more popular than the film itself -- particularly the concluding song, "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9foZ7KVSng Together in Electric Dreams]]," which became a world-wide hit for Oakey.

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''Electric Dreams'' is a 1984 RomanticComedy (hovering about halfway between ScienceFiction and {{Fantasy}}) film from MetroGoldwynMayer, directed by Steve Barron, and starring Lenny von Dohlen, Creator/VirginiaMadsen, Maxwell Caulfield, and Bud Cort as the voice of Edgar; the score, by Giorgio Moroder, incorporated songs by popular artists of the era such as PP Arnold, Culture Club, Heaven 17, Jeff Lynne, and Phil Oakey (of the Human League), which found their way onto an album that proved substantially more popular than the film itself -- particularly the concluding song, "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9foZ7KVSng Together in Electric Dreams]]," which became a world-wide hit for Oakey.
27th May '16 2:06:12 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondGuysAreEvil: Bill



* TheEighties: {{Adorkable}} hero with dark hair and thick eyebrows? Check. Sensible yet sensitive cello-playing heroine? Check. Quirky best friend who steps aside for the hero? Check. Handsome [[BlondGuysAreEvil blond]] JerkAss who lets the heroine down? Check. Massive amounts of techno music? Check, check, check!

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* TheEighties: {{Adorkable}} hero with dark hair and thick eyebrows? Check. Sensible yet sensitive cello-playing heroine? Check. Quirky best friend who steps aside for the hero? Check. Handsome [[BlondGuysAreEvil blond]] blond JerkAss who lets the heroine down? Check. Massive amounts of techno music? Check, check, check!
19th May '16 6:15:36 PM erforce
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* RomanticFalseLead: Bill. (1984 was a bad year for male cellists wooing their female counterparts; the same year Dana Barrett was stolen from one by [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} Dr. Peter Venkman]].)

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* RomanticFalseLead: Bill. (1984 was a bad year for male cellists wooing their female counterparts; the same year Dana Barrett was stolen from one by [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} [[Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} Dr. Peter Venkman]].)
8th Feb '16 5:15:00 AM Morgenthaler
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!!Tropes Employed In ''ElectricDreams'':

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!!Tropes Employed In ''ElectricDreams'':
''Electric Dreams'':
30th Nov '15 7:01:38 AM AnotherGuy
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* WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove?: Miles has to explain "Love" to Edgar by reminding him how he felt when Madeline's music was playing.

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* WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove?: Miles has to explain "Love" to Edgar by reminding him how he felt when Madeline's music was playing. Edgar alternatively spells it "Luv".
29th Jun '15 7:15:08 AM Morgenthaler
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** Edgar really enjoys B movies like ''TheGiantClaw''.
** Miles tells Edgar "[[{{Casablanca}} If you can play it for her, you can play it for me... Play it, Sam.]]" when asking to hear Edgar's first attempt at a love song.

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** Edgar really enjoys B movies like ''TheGiantClaw''.
''Film/TheGiantClaw''.
** Miles tells Edgar "[[{{Casablanca}} "[[Film/{{Casablanca}} If you can play it for her, you can play it for me... Play it, Sam.]]" when asking to hear Edgar's first attempt at a love song.



*** It is played on the fictional radio station "Flash FM" in the VideoGame ''GrandTheftAutoViceCityStories''.

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*** It is played on the fictional radio station "Flash FM" in the VideoGame ''GrandTheftAutoViceCityStories''.''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoViceCityStories''.
1st Jun '15 10:44:04 AM Morgenthaler
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'''''ElectricDreams''''' is a 1984 RomanticComedy (hovering about halfway between ScienceFiction and {{Fantasy}}) film from MetroGoldwynMayer, directed by Steve Barron, and starring Lenny von Dohlen, Creator/VirginiaMadsen, Maxwell Caulfield, and Bud Cort as the voice of Edgar; the score, by Giorgio Moroder, incorporated songs by popular artists of the era such as PP Arnold, Culture Club, Heaven 17, Jeff Lynne, and Phil Oakey (of the Human League), which found their way onto an album that proved substantially more popular than the film itself -- particularly the concluding song, "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9foZ7KVSng Together in Electric Dreams]]," which became a world-wide hit for Oakey.

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'''''ElectricDreams''''' ''Electric Dreams'' is a 1984 RomanticComedy (hovering about halfway between ScienceFiction and {{Fantasy}}) film from MetroGoldwynMayer, directed by Steve Barron, and starring Lenny von Dohlen, Creator/VirginiaMadsen, Maxwell Caulfield, and Bud Cort as the voice of Edgar; the score, by Giorgio Moroder, incorporated songs by popular artists of the era such as PP Arnold, Culture Club, Heaven 17, Jeff Lynne, and Phil Oakey (of the Human League), which found their way onto an album that proved substantially more popular than the film itself -- particularly the concluding song, "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9foZ7KVSng Together in Electric Dreams]]," which became a world-wide hit for Oakey.
30th Jan '15 2:44:19 PM TheUnsquished
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** The password to unlock the front door, in response to the prompt ''[[{{Film/Alien}} Science Officer Eyes Only]]'', is ''[[{{StarTrekTheOriginalSeries}} 1st Lieutenant Sulu]].''

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** The password to unlock the front door, in response to the prompt ''[[{{Film/Alien}} Science Officer Eyes Only]]'', is ''[[{{StarTrekTheOriginalSeries}} ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries 1st Lieutenant Sulu]].''
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