How to Get Laid at SMU, Circa 1978

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So, yes, that 1978 made-at-SMU Dennis Quaid sex romp does indeed appear to be available; order yours today. But much thanks to Gordon K. Smith for sending Unfair Park this clip from The Seniors, which, as we mentioned a couple of weeks back, will be included in the locally made highlight reel to be screened October 15 at the Dallas Producers Association's fifth "It Came from Dallas" celebration at the Studio Movie Grill at N. Central Expressway and Royal Lane. Reminds Gordon of the clip job that'll include peeks at Route 66, Bonnie and Clyde, Drive-In and much more, "We'll feature as much of those fascinating clips as time will allow on our October 15th show, along with tributes to other Dallas-made media, from classics to the odd and obscure. Be there or be square, hepcats!" So there.

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