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These two were credited with writing the USA for Africa charity anthem "We Are The World."
This 1985 John Hughes dramatic comedy featured a group of five teenagers from different backgrounds trapped in weekend detention.
This television network debuted in 1981 with an airing of The Buggles' "Video Killed the Radio Star" and introduced the world to hosts known as VJs.
This three-dimensional puzzle, which hit the market in 1980, is widely considered the world’s best-selling toy.
This 1981 car design, one of the first in the United States to feature front-wheel drive, is credited with saving Chrysler from financial ruin.
Taken at the time as a feminist statement, this artist’s breakthrough recording proclaimed that she and her fellow women “just want to have fun.”
This brooding 1986 coming-of-age film, set in the jungles of Vietnam, won the 1986 Academy Award for Best Picture.
This 146-episode police drama, which received 98 Emmy nominations during its run, is considered the prototype for the modern crime drama.
This iconic personal computer was the first to offer a graphical user interface rather than just text, and control through the use of a mouse.
Phillips and Sony jointly developed this storage and playback medium in 1982.
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