It seems that Molly Ringwald didn’t feel pretty in her pink prom dress from Pretty In Pink.
…I signed off on the design. Weeks later, when I saw the dress for the first time, I burst into tears. The only thing I liked, and even vaguely remembered from the consultation, was the halter neckline. The puffy sleeves and inverted-triangle, sacklike silhouette confounded me, but it was too late to change it.
She went on to say,
If I’d had it my way, I would have burned the dress on the Paramount back lot as soon as they yelled the last “Cut! Print!”
[Source: Teen Vogue]
Material Girl, Madonna… peaked at #2
We Got the Beat, Go-Go’s… peaked at #2
Hungry Like the Wolf, Duran Duran… peaked at #3
Girls Just Want to Have Fun, Cyndi Lauper… peaked at #2
Born in the U.S.A., Bruce Springsteen… peaked at #9
Express Yourself, Madonna… peaked at #2
I Want Your Sex, George Michael… peaked at #2
Manic Monday, Bangles… peaked at #2
Purple Rain, Prince… peaked at #2
Thriller, Michael Jackson… peaked at #4
Three Amigos was released on December 12, 1986. The amigos, played by Steve Martin, Chevy Chase, and Martin Short, are three silent film stars who are mistaken for real heroes by the suffering people of a small Mexican village and must find a way to live up to their reputation.
The American western comedy film was directed by John Landis and written by Lorne Michaels, Steve Martin, and Randy Newman.
Do you remember Crazy Eddie’s “Insane” commercials?
Crazy Eddie was a chain of retail stores located in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania, which also sold by telephone. At its height, Crazy Eddie had 43 stores in the chain, and earned more than $300 million in sales.
Crazy Eddie was started during 1971 in Brooklyn, New York by businessmen Eddie Antar and Sam M. Antar as ERS Electronics, named after Eddie, his cousin and partner Ronnie Gindi, and Eddie’s father Sam.
Involved in fraudulent business practices, Eddie Antar resigned from the company in December 1986. Crazy Eddie’s board of directors lost control of the company in November 1987. The entire Antar family was immediately eliminated from the business. The new owners quickly discovered the true extent of the Antar family’s fraud, but were unable to stop Crazy Eddie’s decreasing fortunes. In 1989, the company declared bankruptcy and was liquidated.