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What is my favorite Movie?

Hint: It stars Kurt Russell
and it was made in the 80s
and in it his characters Initials
were S.P.

This is for the good answer that he gave me to my last question
-Badman
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Hmmm.. scratching head... "Ernest Goes To Camp?" <drat>... Damn Millionaire shows.
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Éric Moreau earned 80 total points
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I think S.P. stands for «Snake Plissken» in «Escape from New York».
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