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List Of 1984 Box Office Number-one Films In The United States
... Police Academy $7,403,955 15 01984-04-15April 15, 1984 Friday the 13th The Final Chapter $11,183,148 Friday the 13th The Final Chapter broke Friday ...
Stan Meissner
... included 'The Darkest Side of The Night', which was featured as the title track in Friday the 13th Part VIII Jason Takes Manhattan ... World, It's Only Rock And Roll, Family Reunion, Goulies 3, Friday the 13th The Series and Friday the 13th Parts VII VIII ...
Communities In Norfolk County, Ontario - Communities - N-Z - Port Dover
... enthusiasts gathering in the town for Friday the 13th ... It was in November and it was Friday the 13th ... They decided they should do it every Friday the 13th ...
List Of Friday The 13th Characters - V - Violet Defalco
... Violet Defalco is a character in the three-issue comic miniseries Friday the 13th Bloodbath ... Violet makes a return appearance in the one-shot comic Friday the 13th Fearbook, which takes place directly after the events of Friday the 13th Bloodbath ...
Slasher Films - The Slasher Film in Its Prime
... Silent Night, Bloody Night, Halloween and Friday the 13th (as well as To All a Good Night, a slasher film with a Christmas setting released in January 1980 and preceding Friday the 13th by ... Titles released the same year as Friday the 13th were New Year's Evil, Delusion (Also known as The House Where Death Lives), Prom Night and Christmas Evil, and 1981 saw the release of My Bloody Valentine, Happy ... A few films picked up Friday the 13th's "youth camp in the woods" setting, like The Burning (1981), Madman (1982), Sleepaway Camp (1983) and Cheerleader Camp (1988) ...

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