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Entertainment in the 1980's

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Transcript of Entertainment in the 1980's

Entertainment in the 1980's
Hit TV Shows
In the 1980s, there was one extremely popular TV show, The Oprah Winfrey Show! Audiences loved her because she was personal with the audience. Another show was The Cosby Show! It was a sitcom and talked about Comedy about that time.
Movies!
Blockbusters in the 1980's
In the 1980s, most of the big movie hits had state-of-the-art special effects. One of the most popular special effect movies was E.T(Extra Terrestrial), it came out in 1982. Audiences fell in love with the sweet alien, it made $700 million worldwide.
The Birth of CD's
In 1982, CD's were introduced, music fans could now listen to their favorite music without hearing the scratches of a vinyl LP. By the end of the 1980s, LPs were going out of style and CDs were in.
Thanks For Watching!
Now, everybody please open your laptops and go to Kahoot!
Fabi, Kate, Julia, and Cody
In the 1980s, Science Fiction fantasy,
action, adventure, and comedy were
popular. Most popular movies were
directed by Steven Spielberg. Some
other top movies were George Lucas's
The Empire Strikes Back,
which was a sequel to the Star Wars films. Soap operas were also very popular at night.
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