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Footloose (Movies)

"Bonnie's a preacher's daughter. How very Footloose."

So you gotta cut loose, do you? Kick up your Sunday shoes? You're just feeling Footloose. In this classically cheesy 1984 movie, the preacher in a small town has banned music and dancing after a tragic accident. His daughter, hating the strictures, finds herself attracted to the quick-to-break-into-dance new kid from Chicago, and they boogie their way to love to tunes by Kenny Loggins and Deneice Williams. Bonnie, the preacher's daughter of Hearst, has also figured out a way to flout her dad's rules, but she knows that as wild as she may be, he'll always be there if she needs him.

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