Friday, May 27, 2005

Goonies - 20 Year Reunion

The Goonies - 1985

I watched "The Goonies" last night - I can't believe it's 20 years old. We *loved* that movie so much as kids. It was on HBO all the time, and I think we watched it everytime it came on. Brand and Stefanie were my favorites. I like Stefanie's quote: "Oh, this is terrific. This is great. I feel like I'm babysitting except I'm not getting paid." And when the fish jumps out at her. Funny.

All-in-all, it's a classic for people in their mid-20s to early 30s. Didn't we all love this movie??

I did some research and found a little bit about where the cast is now. Enjoy!

Michael “Mikey” Walsh - Sean Astin

Son of John Astin “The Addam’s Family” and Patty Duke. Sam in the “The Lord of the Rings” Trilogy. He’s in the upcoming TV mini-series, “Into the West.” Married with a couple kids. He’s 34 now.


Lawrence “Chunk” Cohen – Jeff Cohen

Jeff "Chunk" Cohen is now an attorney in Los Angeles with his own thriving entertainment law practice. He also was class president at UC Berkeley, running with "Chunk For President" as his slogan. He did the Truffle Shuffle on the sidelines at football games. I'd like to have a beer or six with him, I think. He’s 31 in 2005 (the younges of the Goonies).



Clark 'Mouth' Devereaux – Corey Feldman

I think we all have seen him since 1985. Besides Rehab, he was on the Surreal Life, 2nd season. What a whiny baby. He cried about a million times. The other cast, especially Gabriel Carteres from 90210, hated him. His wife, Susie, gave birth to their first child, a boy named Zen Scott Feldman, on 7 August 2004 in Los Angeles. He’s 34 now -- and probably still a whiny bitch.


Richard “Data” Wang – Jonathan Ke Quan

He was also in “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.” Looks like he’s in the Hong Kong film industry, doing technical stuff. He’s 34 in 2005.



Brandon “Brand” Walsh – Josh Brolin

Is it wrong that I had a big crush on him then – even with the nice shorts over sweatpants look? Josh is the son of James Brolin and step-son of Barbra Streisand. His acting credits include the TV series "The Young Riders", "The Mod Squad", "Best Laid Plans", "All the Rage" and "The Hollow Man". He was married to Alice "Deborah" Adai'r of "Beverly Hills Cop II" fame and was engaged to Minnie Driver. Married to Diane Lane. He’s in the upcoming TV mini-series, “Into the West.” He’s 37 now.

With wife Diane Lane – Dec. 2004


Andrea “Andy” Carmichael – Kerri Green

You may also remember her from “Lucas” (1986) with Cory Haim. Her marriage in the Nineties has led to her now being credited as "Kerri Lee Green" and she now only pops up now and then on television - most notably in an episode of "ER" as a mother of several children, who tearfully wants to terminate her latest pregnancy. She’s 38 now.


Stefanie 'Stef' Steinbrenner – Martha Plimpton

Rabies!!! Rabies!!!

She’s awesome. Her dad is Keith Carradine. Last notable movies were “Beautiful Girls” (1996) and “200 Cigarettes” (1999). She’s 35 in 2005.



Lotney “Sloth” Fratelli – John Matuszak (1950-1989)

Ex-football player turned actor. Autobiography: "Cruisin' With The Tooz." Former defensive end for the Los Angeles Raiders. Competed in the 1978 World's Strongest Man Competition weighing 308 lbs. Hard-driving athlete who lived life in the fast lane. Attended the University of Tampa. He died of heart failure allegedly due to his long term use of steroid drugs. He was buried in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Football days


Mama Fratelli – Anne Ramsey (1929-1988)

American born character actress Anne Ramsey, was quite a busy actress in the 1980s, although much older, Ramsey didn't pursue an acting career in motion pictures until her later years. Born in Omaha, Nebraska, Ramsey attended Bennington College, and was active in numerous on and off Broadway productions. After her marriage to actor Logan Ramsey, the couple formed Philadelphia's Theatre of the Living Arts, and it was in the early 70s that Ramsey began a lengthy career into films. In 1971, she starred opposite her husband in The Sporting Club (1971) and then settled into small bit parts. However, when she became noticed for her plunty, gruff and tough womanly roles, she got more offers for films notably Goin' South (1978), Any Which Way You Can (1980), The Goonies (1985) and Deadly Friend (1986). Unfortunately, by the mid 1980s, Ramsey found out she was suffering from throat cancer and was forced to have both parts of her tongue and jawbone removed. Showing no signs of her cancer slowing her down, she received an Academy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actress in 1987 for her role as Danny DeVito's mean mother in the film Throw Momma from the Train (1987). She still continued to work even months before her death in 1988. Ramsey died of throat cancer at the Motion Picture and Television Hospital in Los Angeles at the age of 59.

Late ‘80s, not looking so scary


Troy Perkins – Steve Antin

"Andy!! You, Goonie!!!!"

You may remember him as the studly Rick in “The Last American Virgin” (1982) and as the rapist frat boy, Bob, in “The Accused” (1988). His last credit I could find is a stuntman in 2000’s “Titans”. I also discovered that he did stunts for Screech in 1992’s “Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style.” I don’t think I’d include that in my credits…He’s 44 now. (I couldn't find a recent picture)


Robert Davi – Jake Fratelli

Still in random movies. You may have seen him the TV show, “Profiler.” He’ll be 51 in 2005.


Joe Pantoliano – Francis Fratelli

Still in random movies. He’ll be 54 in 2005.


Together again in 2001


  • Thanks so much for posting this! I love the Goonies. Isaac says he had the video game for Apple IIe and it was good. Martha Plimpton is on Broadway right now isn't she? Robert/little voice didn't you post about this you?

    Remember her in The Mosquito Coast? "I think about you when I go to the bathroom..." WTF?

    By Blogger Christine, at 9:08 PM  

  • I loved Goonies!!!
    Sometimes we'll make crazy goonies references...Zak's favorite: whenever he can't find something he'll yell "Where's the Gold Mikey!!"
    Well...I think it's humerous...

    By Blogger lynne, at 10:50 PM  

  • I own the Goonies on DVD. It's childhood classic for me.

    Andy - you're such a...GOONIE!

    By Blogger Biglug, at 4:18 PM  

  • Wow, Kiddo, this is fantastic. Way to put together all the research. Look at you using all the skills you learned from SJMC at the U of M, right? ;)

    We miss you at Josh & Josh. :)

    Josh H.

    By Blogger Josh H, at 12:58 AM  

  • wow....thanks for that.
    i'm actually sniffing back a tear right now.

    By Blogger Brechi, at 10:22 AM  

  • you are absolutely awesome/

    By Blogger Robert, at 6:38 AM  

  • You have done some admirable research here! Excellent detective work on the pictures. Josh Brolin, WOOF!

    By Blogger PJS, at 3:49 PM  

  • You've hit upon a winner here, pal. I loved this flick. Remember the theme song that Cyndi Lauper sang?

    It’s good enough!
    It’s good enough for me!
    Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah

    LOVED it. Here's a link to the rest of the lyrics if yer really feelin' nostalgic:

    By Blogger Twinkie, at 8:19 PM  

  • Wow, you really have done some research! It looks like you really do like the Goonies. For some reason, I was never really that into it. I liked those Gizmo things... what is that movie called? Gremlins? Is that along the same line, or am I insulting your favorite movie?

    Was it a requirement to be ugly when they were casting the goonies?

    By Blogger TR, at 11:40 PM  

  • Comparing Goonies and Gremlins is totally inappropriate. Goonies will stand the test of time FOREVER. Gremlins is just gremlins. Although they were both written by Christopher Columbus. I watch Goonies constantly. MY favorite is when Chunk confesses about stealing his uncles toupee and glueing it to his face when he played moses in his Hebrew school play. And Anne Ramsey was a genius. Throw Mama from the Train was a great movie because of her, in spite of Billy Crystal.

    Fifty Dolla Bill! Fifty Dolla Bill! Guys, we have the money to save the goondocks!

    There are deleted scenes on the DVD which are totally awesome.

    By Blogger dan, at 12:17 PM  

  • time spent but we don't about it yha some of these movies are really very nice and wants to see again and again....

    By Anonymous promnow, at 2:05 PM  

  • By Blogger Gerry Canavan, at 9:41 AM  

  • Oh, I see now that the post beat me to it.

    By Blogger Gerry Canavan, at 9:43 AM  

  • Dude, thanks for the update. But how can you neglect mentioning that Joe Pantoliano was a MAJOR character in the Sopranos!? Every time I saw him on the show, I remembered him from Goonies.

    One of my favorite movies of all time. THANKS AGAIN! :)

    By Anonymous Lizz, at 10:20 PM  

  • Watching the DVD with the commentary the whole way through the movie is also so worth it.

    By Blogger hot babe, at 6:51 PM  

  • Wasn't Joe also Cypher in the Matrix?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:07 PM  

  • data was in a movie called second time around as a gay casino dealer. surreal. although it's a HK movie, i kept thinking, "hey! that's data kissing a man!" :D

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:18 AM  

  • By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:34 PM  

  • WOW! I am from Mexico and even here we loved the Goonies. Thanks so much!

    By Blogger Alice, at 6:54 PM  

  • Brilliant analysis. btw, Robert Davi – Jake Fratelli is in a bond film as the villian. One of the Timothy Dalton ones, perhaps Licence To Kill?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:37 AM  

  • oh my god i looooooooove da goonies, i love mouth he's sooo hot n i always will think that Corey Feldman is HOT AS!!!!!! he's so gr8 ;)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:23 AM  

  • Thanks for all the info, but I would've of given Joe Pantoliano a little more credit than 'a few random movies'

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:56 PM  

  • Thanks for the info, but could you make the reunion pic a little smaller? I really don't like seeing detail, or subtle facial expression.

    Just kidding.

    eriously, thanks though!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:14 PM  

  • Joe Pantoliano? Random Movies? Have you heard of The Matrix? Memento? The Fugitive? And he was on The Sopranos as the husband of Tony's sister (the one she shot!). I'd say he came out of that movie as the most successful actor. And don't say that title belongs to Sean Astin, who wins as whiny bitch #2... (have you listened to him on the Lord of the Rings commentaries? The other cast just laugh at him!)

    By Blogger CQ, at 8:30 PM  

  • Hey Cq he played Ralph on the sopranos and tonys siter didnt shoot him she shot richie appreile tony killed him after he killed tonys horse

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:39 PM  

  • WoW! Andrea Carmichael has aged rather well.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:52 PM  

  • Joe Pantoliano was in Memento, and the Sopranos. Apart from that, awesome job.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:50 AM  

  • Panto is also the captain on both bad boys movies I believe.

    Haaayyyy yoooooo guuuuyyyssss!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:56 AM  

  • Check out, gives you a full list of movies these people have been in.
    Joe Pantoliano was the captain in the "bad boys" films, awesome

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:22 AM  

  • Hey You Guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Wow, trip down memory lane, love The Goonies.

    Suzanne x

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:40 AM  

  • For a small size Goonie reunion, you can see Mikey and Data in Encino Man. It's not much, but at least it is 2 of them together!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:39 AM  

  • Joe Pantoliano also played Cypher in "The Matrix".

    By Anonymous Slob, at 9:42 AM  

  • Wow to think I'm as old as some of those kids are now.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:46 AM  

  • I grew up with Jeff "Chunk" Cohen, and remember his birthday party right after the movie came out-- Anne Ramsey and Joey Pants showed up, and all of us kids were a little scared of the Fratellis. Jeff also got to keep the David statue from the movie -- the family kept it in their living room...still missing Mikey's mom's "favorite" piece.

    By Anonymous Morg, at 12:06 PM  

  • Jonathan Ke Quan was also in Encino Man and helped choreograph the fights for the original "X-Men" movie...the last of which he did not receive credit for.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:21 PM  

  • Rudy!Rudy!Rudy!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:45 PM  

  • Rocky Road?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:57 PM  

  • What about 1 eyed Willie, they always leave out 1 eyed Willie, damn, it dont pay to be dead.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:58 PM  

  • Cant belive you hates Corey Feldman. So the man has feelings, is that a crime?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:05 PM  

  • i just watched the movie last week, and i was thinking.... "where are they now" thanks you saved me a bunch of wasted time at work looking for the info

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:01 PM  

  • cory feldman is a L O S E R

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:03 PM  

  • HEY YOU GUYS!!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:05 PM  

  • The goonies is the best film of all time easily i love it hav it on dvd and watch it narly all the time

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:17 PM  

  • 1 WORD: WOW

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:18 PM  

  • yo you guys are loooooosers

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:19 PM  

  • I Love that movie! Must have been the most memorable movie of my childhood. It really brings back a lot of memories! ^^

    By Blogger Dee_Jay, at 5:30 PM  

  • OMG! The Goonies! "HEY YOU GUYS!!!!" lol good job

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:47 PM  

  • gratz for being fazed. goonies own me.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:14 PM  

  • I like what you have done here, but Joe Pantoliano- still in random movie!?!?!? He was a major role in the first Matrix and a major character in Soprannos.

    By Anonymous mergan mcfergan, at 7:14 PM  

  • The goonies was a retarted movie you all should kill yourselves for enjoying it. I geuss this is what happends when nerds find a gay movie that relates to them

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:59 PM  

  • for the record joey pants was also in eddie and the cruisers

    By Anonymous traye, at 8:42 PM  

  • Makes me want to download it & watch it now! Such a great movie! Hey, I lived in the place where they filmed the beach scenes. It's called Trinidad, California... and it's just gorgeous.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:20 PM  

  • This is in reference to "Anonymous" 7:59 p.m. The word "retarted" is actually spelled r-e-t-a-r-d-e-d. Who is the retard?

    Goonies was our favorite movie when I was growing up. My sibs and I watched it way too many times.

    By Anonymous Kris, at 9:32 PM  

  • I came across this bc it was linked from ebaums world and i just wanted to let you know you did an awesome job... thanks for putting the time and energy into this, it's greatly appreciated!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:35 PM  

  • Holy crap I love you a lot right now. This is amazing You did some admirable research. the Goonies was a huge part of my childhood and it was awesome to see what they are all doing now!!! thanks again!


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:49 PM  

  • Kanye West is the greatest rapper of all time

    love Joe Pantoliano

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:14 AM  

  • Robert Davi also played Agent Johnson ("No, the other one") in Die Hard

    "I was in junior high, dick-head"

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:16 AM  

  • Ah, fun memories. Yep, there was a pretty cool video game done for the Goonies, I played it a bunch on my Commodore 64. Here's a link to the Nintendo version, which seems to be different:

    By Blogger Mecandes, at 8:27 AM  

  • wow its good to know what they have been up to... im only 18 and the goonies have been my favorite... i own the dvd and i think im going to have to watch it later on today...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:34 AM  

  • Wow-
    Thanks so much for posting that. The Goonies is my fav movie. That was really nat to see where all the cast ended up, thanks again .
    Goonies never die.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:00 AM  

  • u know what.. all i gotta say 2 u is.. RESPECT TO THAT! x

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:24 AM  

  • Classic Quotes of All Time...

    Yeah, well you see this one... This was MY DREAM! MY WISH! and it didn't come true. So I'm taking it back... I'm taking them all back!

    Up there it's there time... It's there time up there. Down here it's our time... It's OUR time down here! That's all over once you ride up Troy's Bucket.

    And Finally...

    Long Enough Mikey. Long Enough.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:26 AM  

  • I sooo loved The Goonies growin up, I'm 28 now married with kids of my own, I would like for them to watch it, it's alot better than some of the trash that comes out now-a-days.

    By Anonymous Momma of 3, at 10:37 AM  

  • You fail to mention Josh Brolin beats his wife, but that wouldn't be happy and fun!! What a downer! Leave that out!

    By Blogger B. Stabby, at 2:15 PM  

  • Goonies is definitely my favourite film of all time, i really fancied everyone in it even the slothmeister. chocolate?

    By Anonymous andy wells, at 3:30 PM  

  • Hope its not a deposit bottle!!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:29 PM  

  • Great page, great idea for a blog!



    By Blogger R2K, at 6:14 PM  

  • I still love this movie... I must of watched it like seriously 50 times as a kid we had it on tape and watched it like every sunday... I just recently say it on T.V. and still laughed so hard.. The Goonies is a really great kids show and the movie brought us kids all together without any fighting for just an 1 hour and a half......

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:00 PM  

  • thanks so much for remembering joe pantoliano being a major farce in many movies as well as the Soprano's... (rubs earlobes while closing eyes) "Woosaw, Woosaw" all you BAD BOYS fans know what I'm talking about. Overall the Goonies were icon of what every kid wanted to do... my kids enjoy the movie today!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:40 PM  

  • pinchers of pow! pinchers of pow!
    i was saved by my pinchers of pow!!

    By Blogger 130chief, at 2:38 AM  


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:09 AM  

  • HEY YOU GUYS!!!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:11 AM  

  • Wow, you really did your research on this! I thank you for the tribute to me and my collegues we all appreciate it!

    By Anonymous Sean Astin, at 9:10 AM  

  • Joe Pantoliner was in a little show called "The Sopranos."

    I heard John Landis wanted to guest direct the final scene and rescue the Goonies via Helicopter, but the idea was nixed. Probably a good thing.

    Also, anyone know if that Pirate Ship is still sailing out there, unmanned, as it were??

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:42 AM  

  • excellent idea! i still find it incredible when i meet people who HAVEN'T seen it! my brothers and i adored it and of course i fancied Mouth! its just the best film and i only own it on VHS. Will ask for DVD for xmas!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:35 PM  

  • Anyone notice that in LOTR: ROTK, the character Gothmog (the pink orc at the Siege of Pelennor Fields) looks almost exactly like Sloth?

    Anyway, the Goonies is one of the best films ever made. A True "buddy film".

    Jessica, the 23-year-old Goonie Fan

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:42 PM  

  • (The Goonies Return)Mikey, Mouth, Data, Chunk and Sloth may be returning to the big screen, and with a whole new gang of Goonies — or more accurately, Groonies — joining them.

    Richard Donner, who directed the

    1985 classic "The Goonies," and Steven Spielberg, who executive produced it and co-wrote the script with future "Harry Potter" director Chris Columbus, have purchased a sequel script and are pushing to get it made.

    "We're trying desperately," Donner said. "We're just trying to get Warner Bros., who owns it, to say yes." Warner Bros. did not return a request for comment.

    The sequel would reunite the original cast, which included Sean Astin, Corey Feldman, Josh Brolin and others, with a new bunch of suburban kids, Donner said.

    "The new group is called the Groonies, because they happen to live in a town where [Data], the Chinese kid, lives ... and he's got an electronics repair shop and all the kids hang out at his shop. He has this Chinese accent and he calls the Goonies the Groonies, and so the new kids call themselves the Groonies, until they get into a situation where the old Goonies have to save the new Groonies, or vice versa."

    Donner would not say much more about the plot or the casting but said Astin's character, Mikey, would be prominent, and Jeff Cohen's Chunk would return.

    "He is a lawyer now, you know," Donner said of Cohen. "He graduated UC Berkeley Law School top of his class and he's now a practicing lawyer here in [Hollywood] and phenomenal. Damn right we'll see him. I'm very proud of every one of those kids. They all turned out great."

    "The Goonies," which also starred Martha Plimpton ("Beautiful Girls") and Joe Pantoliano ("The Sopranos"), centered on a group of teenagers who stumble upon a map of pirate "One-Eyed" Willy's hidden fortune.

    Donner will continue developing the sequel.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:08 PM  

  • I always had a thing for Mikey. I must have been a sucker because of the asthma. "Does Brand wear braces?" I love remembering a more innocent time where we all believed in was wishing wells and buried treasure. Where the biggest threat was being grounded or losing our friends by moving. Now it's losing our families to a world of terrorists and crime. Thanks for all your hard work and making me realize life as a kid really wasn't as bad as I thought.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:54 PM  

  • I was born on 1985!!I know this movie since I am 7.
    Since I bought the dvd last year I watch the Goonies at least once a month!!!
    AND I AM FRENCH !!!!! my favourite is when Chunk offers a babyruf bar to Sloth and that he says: "Sloth, Chunk!!!!"

    That's great thank you again

    By Anonymous annie, at 3:13 PM  

  • I still love the Goonies and now I think my son loves them too. How time flies!!!

    By Blogger Amy, at 5:00 PM  


    I recently found out, from researching, that "Sloth" died from heart failure. He was my favorite character. My friends and I still qoute stuff from that movie. "Ruth ruth ruth. Baby! Ruth!" or "Booby Trap!"

    By Anonymous Starr, at 7:43 PM  

  • the goonies fuggin rocked, very great movie, loved it ever since i was lil

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:58 PM  

  • i met chunk at UC Berkeley when he was my friends RA in the early 90's. He was cool as hell! Cool guy, lots of fun to talk to. Real humble too.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:14 AM  


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:03 AM  

  • GoonieS rock!!
    Loved watching 'em when i was younger, suprisingly my children now love watching the GoonieS..

    Keep up the good work..


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:47 AM  

  • BTW- Joey Pants also starred in a random movie called Risky Business. supposedly there is some famous train scene with a hooker and some guy named Tom. didn't know if you'd heard of it

    but good work other wise

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:47 AM  

  • u guys are the best this is the coolest site ive ever been on the goonies were my life growing up best movie and still is thnaks agian for the pics u guys rule!!!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:32 AM  


    By Anonymous MIKEJOINER, at 2:07 PM  

  • im pretty sure that im in love with the goonies. sloth was my fave..i felt so bad for him cuz his bothers were assholes!! and chunk was sexy...and sean astin's braces really turned me on. omgg brand was gorgeouss!! mhm mouth reminds me of myself so naturally he was my fave....THEY WERE ALL MY FAVES!! i love the goonies. true american classic. nothing can even come close to comparing to the gooniesss!!!!!


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:22 PM  

  • Excellent!

    Gave me a big smile to run across this. I just wanted to let you know your efforts here are and no doubt will be for a long time appreciated.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:07 AM  

  • I had the move when i was litel.. lowed it.. lost it.. found it.. thaks. Andy from sweden :)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:40 PM  


    Thanks a lot for this site. A welcome insight for all Goonie lovers.

    You know where I found the link to this page.....FHM's Monday Email!!

    (p.s. the best bit is Mouth translating Spanish for Rosalita....actually, whatever became of Rosalita?!?!)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:03 AM  

  • OMG! What a film eh? dont make them like they used to! Harry potter doesnt even come close! Just amazin!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:28 AM  

  • Brilliant!
    Me and my bro's favorite childhood movie, used to watch it at least once a week for 3 years....
    'Hey you Guy's!!'
    Thanks, i'm off to put it on again, 'look out for those booty traps...thats what i said booty quiet'

    By Blogger coxy, at 6:37 AM  

  • Mamma, you've been bad.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:10 AM  

  • goonies never say die

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:50 PM  

  • To think there are still people out there who haven't seen this movie! Great to here what they're all doing now! "Why don't we just put chocolate all over the floor and let Chunk eat his way through?"

    CLASSIC :0)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:07 PM  

  • Best Quote, "hey Mikey, get over here and make me feel like a woman again." Mouth with his tongue through the picture.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:37 PM  

  • Goonies has to be one of the best 80's movies ever.
    " here's the little boy's room, and theres the little girl's room!" "where are you goin'?" "this is the men's room!" Classic.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:49 PM  

  • thank you that was a good read.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:06 PM  

  • Just found this via the FHM Monday E-mail. Good investiagtion work matey, the Goonies was the best thing evah!

    By Blogger dank, at 4:12 PM  

  • This is in reference to "Anonymous" 7:59 p.m the person who said were all nerds for loving goonies. your childhood myst have sucked ass if you didnt love that movie. goonies is the BEST! by the way i defenately tried truffle shuffle at the bar and believe me it does not pick up women!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:23 PM  

  • The Goonies is still one of my favorite movies of all time. When I was a kid I had a copy of this movie I taped from HBO and watched is so many times that I seriously had this whole movie memorized line for line!
    I would love to see some sort of sequel to this someday.

    Goonie for life!


    By Anonymous brownbearclan, at 7:32 PM  

  • -

    About 4-5 years ago, my friends and I visited the Goonies house in Astoria, Oregon. We were taking our pcs in front of the house when the owner opened up the door and asked us if we wanted a tour. She'd just bought it as a bank repo, and it was in horrible shape. It had been abandoned and some kids had set a fire in one of the rooms, she was fixing it up. She gave us the tour, and let us go up in the attic, where the treasure map was found. However the attic in the movie was a stage, and not the real houses attic. Coming out of the attic, my friend scratched himself on a nail, and she fixed hime up (a complete stranger!) b/c she was a nurse. When we were done, we signed her guest book (a simple Meade notebook). We were like persons #3-5 to sign it, as she just took ownership of the house. Great memories.

    By Blogger Chris H, at 8:22 PM  

  • I own "The Goonies" on DVD and on VHS. I Just simply loved the movie. I still watch it from time to time and remember the 80's music and the 80's movies are so much better from that era than they are now. Then there were no computer graphics and you either had to do the stunt yourself or higher a stunt double. But either way the movies and music were best in the 80's. At least in the 80's you could understand what the singers were saying.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:57 PM  

  • Yoo be gay arrrr

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:43 AM  

  • Joe Pantoliano wasnt in 'random movies'..he was in the first matrix...!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:46 PM  

  • I was just out of high school when this movie came out. I enjoyed it at the time, but wasn't big into it. However, I recently picked up a copy for my kids (6 and 10) and they really enjoy it. It certainly stands the test of time.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:52 PM  

  • didn't joe pantoliano play the most excellent role of "Guido,the Killer Pimp" in Risky Business? (still tom cruise's best role)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:00 PM  

  • Ohh Wow i just love that old movie. This brought me back so many years. I hope so much there would always be another movie with a Return or a reunion of sorts.
    Many years have passed now and i hope someone out there in the movie business can see all of us writing all this great stuff and maybe have some luck on a Sequel.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:49 PM  

  • I live a few miles from the Goonies house. Here's a link to it and other locations from the movie. Great times.

    Also, rewatching the movie a couple of days ago, I noticed in the background of the Goonies house was the same school used in Kindergarden Cop.

    By Blogger Rick, at 1:04 PM  

  • Watchin th movie again right this minute wanted to check that it was sean astin in the movie. what a great guy, watched him last night in the last lord of the rings. He is some actor

    By Anonymous lovefool4u, at 4:27 AM  

  • its a great film i first wached the film wen i was 6 and now i hav it on dvd its so brill my nan who dont wach films she luvs it aswell dont blame er.
    dat old lady 1 of the fratellies is horrible now supprised she aint dead god she soooo needs wrinkle cream lol...

    By Anonymous jack nash, at 4:53 PM  

  • I see Steve Antin at the Crunch in West Hollywood quite a bit he still looks like he did in the 80's

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:29 PM  

  • great site! i'm 33 yrs. and still love the flick. my 13 yr. son watches it weekly and has for some time. a couple of yrs. ago my son, husband, and i were in giant grocery store where they have coinstar--a mach. that takes your coins in exchange for bills. the store was packed and the mach. is loud. as i was loading it everyone was watching and when finished i got the reciept to see how much the change was for, as i read it i proceeded to yell, "yes!!we have the money to save the goondocks!" my son and husband were sooo embarrassed!

    By Anonymous naturegirl, at 8:13 PM  

  • We watch The Goonies about once a month by using a projector so that it's on a big screen. Every time some friends are around for tea, we will ask them whether they have watched it and if they haven't yet,then they have to before they go. We know most lines by heart! It's hylarious from start to end. Comment for Anonymous 7:59. You can't spell. You also sound like someone who is not at the stage of understanding good films. Abstain from comments, please!

    Eunice from Sheffield

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:59 AM  

  • My favourite bit is when chunk goes to find help and once he realises he's been talking to one of the fratellis, he starts speaking an intellegible language

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:16 AM  

  • "Also, rewatching the movie a couple of days ago, I noticed in the background of the Goonies house was the same school used in Kindergarden Cop.

    By Rick,"

    you beat me to it. There's a waterfront scene in Kindergarden Cop where the kids are at an event. It's the same location used to shot the end of goonies.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:30 AM  

  • I have loved this movie since it first came out! Thanks so much for doing this. Data was always my favorite. This movie ranks right above "The Explorers" to me. I watch it all the time and my kids do too.
    A part of all of us has Goonie in us!

    By Blogger Kelly, at 7:51 AM  

  • After watching the GOONIES for the 100th time at Christmas 2005 in the age of 42 I still love the film and wanted to see who was doing what now...Interested to see if ANN RAMSEY was still around..unfortunetly she isnt..Thanx for putting this on the net....Sandra

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:57 PM  

  • Great post.
    The Goonies rule!

    By Anonymous Eyescream, at 12:01 PM  

  • I'm only 17 so I wasn't around to catch it when it came out, but my parents were. My mom loved the movie when she saw it and now I love it too. And the best character is obviously Chunk.

    "Do the truffle shuffle."
    "Come on..."
    "Do it!"

    By Anonymous aaron, at 2:27 PM  

  • Sweet blog...always wondered whatever happened to them!

    By Anonymous Contivertible63, at 5:33 PM  

  • the greatest kid flick ever,im 27 now,but made a special effort about a year ago to buy it on d.v.d,jst reminds me of being a kid.and my 5 year old daughter loves it to!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:29 AM  

  • <3 Goonies! Thanks for all of this research, man! :)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:17 AM  

  • I just love "The Goonies".

    My favorite was Mikey and Mouth. =)
    Sean Astin where in the film "California man" with Brendan Fraisher and in "50 first dates" with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. =)

    Corey Feldman where in the 80´s in several films with Corey Haim. One of them where "The lost boys" A movie I also really liked. Other movies with Feldman is "Stand by me", "Gremlins" and "The burbs". When I was younger i really liked Corey Feldman.

    This site brougth back some memories.

    Sorry for my bad english.

    -Jessica (sweden)

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:25 AM  

  • Money Page! Great information. It was running on ABC Family 4/5/6 and I had to know who the Chunk became.

    Nice to see the Tuz again.

    By Anonymous Gator Buc, at 7:58 PM  

  • Who says you have to be 20 something or 30 something to love this movie. How about 40 something... Two of the most cinematic shoots are here: 1) when they come off the water slides and turn to see the ship for the first time 2) as they look from the beach at the ship sailing away. Who can watch those scenes and not feel the "pirate" calling from within ? Thanks-

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:25 AM  

  • I was born in '76. Almost 30 now. My brothers and I watched "goonies" when it came out and several times since. We couldnt get enough of it. I watched it several times throughout my life. I now own it. I have 4 kids, my middle brother has 4 kids, and our youngest brother has 2 of his own. Each of us has moved away, but kept in contact with each over the years. A few years back when it was released to DVD . Each of us bought it, not consulting each other, for our children. I recently brought it up during phone conversations. Every one of us commented that our children seem to love that movie as much as we did when we were little. We went on reminiscing. And talking about how much we STILL love it.
    That movie is a perfect example of what is obviously great film making. Directors, actors, and writers of today should go back and take notes(heck just about any 80's movie might help).
    For the generations who lived during the time this film was made, we'll always get more out of it than the more recent viewers. We look back and we see not just our childhood, we see bits of everything from that time. Those concepts will probably seem foreign or strange to anyone else. Those things made our childhood.
    That was "our time" too.
    -Pole Position
    -Rock E. Road ice cream
    -Baby Ruth
    -Baseball cards
    -Fake vomit
    -Ready whip
    -Dominos Pizza
    -Old Pespi Logo
    -Monster trucks
    -Brotherly love
    -Old haircuts
    You don't have to be old to recognize the things from the time. But it's great, for some of us, looking back.
    The experience of this movie doesnt need enhanced by words though. It had everything.
    The movie dialogue gave references to:
    Michael Jackson
    -Hardy Boys
    -King Kong
    The score went perfect with the different scenes. It helped you feel sentimental or anticipation. And the soundtrack was great.
    Cyndi Lauper
    The Bangles
    Reo Speedwagon
    Right away the movie grabs ya. Starts out with a jailbreak, a car chase, and gun fire. Keep watching and ya get sports, dead people, conterfeiting, and dynamite. Things that appealed to us as kids. Waterfalls, wishing wells, and waterslides.
    You pop it in, sit and think back. Remember what we were like when we were kids. A rainy day came 'round and we would come up with stories/play games/pick on one another or how 'bout late at night, dreaming about sneaking out into suburbia(goondocks). That movie had it all. And it zaps us back.
    It has comedy, adventure, drama, thrills and chills. Had great character types. The smart mouth, the leader/realist, trouble maker, clutz/liar, cynical girl, damsel in distress, inventor, jock, parents, rosalita, pirates, and suits. And it all ends happily.
    We get tons of great catch phrases and quotes too.
    "Yo Mikey!"
    "What is this a nuclear saturday?"
    "Jerk alert!"
    "You terd!"
    "Why ya bein' such a sissy?"
    "Booty traps."
    "I have the key to One-eyed Willy!"
    "Double o-negative."
    And a slew of more popular ones. We wont forget them. Won't forget the "thats what I saids".

    Thousands of years will go by and still many people will make mention of the "truffle shuffle" or "Chester Copperpot." This movie will never die!

    "Goonies NEVER say die!!!"

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:06 AM  

  • "Goonies never say DIE" Please can i meet all of you at somepoint coz i love u all i want yto know how old you were all when th goonies was made. Love the boy's. Cya bye bye xxxxxxxxxx

    By Anonymous Danielle, at 5:21 AM  

  • This site is awesome! I have had The Goonies memorized for over half my life. LOL! Now I have my kids doing the same thing. This movie truly stands the test of time. I am trying to find a recording of "Eight Arms To Hold You". I hear that it is making a comeback on the niteclub scene. I still have a crush on Sean Astin. His b-day is the day after mine. LOL!!

    By Blogger pslove4484, at 5:58 PM  

  • Quote: "Joe Pantoliano? Random Movies? Have you heard of The Matrix? Memento? The Fugitive? And he was on The Sopranos as the husband of Tony's sister (the one she shot!)."

    Not true. Tony killed Joe's character. Tony thought he was responsible for the death of his race horse.

    By Blogger daves4r, at 6:14 PM  

  • the goonies is a classic it gives children a laugh! mike is just the leader of the bunch but the movie has great potential ovie and you sould watch it!!

    By Anonymous joe, at 12:19 AM  

  • i love the goonies its a great movie if you like humor,fun,and adventure you should watch it because it a great classic

    By Anonymous jake, at 12:23 AM  

  • me n ma m8 absolutly LOVE da goonies ( n we'r onli teens)! we quote bits all da tym specially 'hey you guys' (sloth)! wicked film !

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:09 PM  

  • did anybody understand what that guy said? ... oh well!

    I live in Oregon and have been wanting to go to Astoria for the longest time... don't know why I never have yet, I've been here my whole life... but yea, gotta check out the goonie house and the beach (and BTW, only the end of the movie was filmed in CA, the rest was Astoria, OR) ... good times!

    By Anonymous jason, at 6:10 PM  

  • I just love the Goonies! That is my all time favorite movie. It makes me feel like akid again. I just loved Cory Feldman and Sean Astin in that movie. They are so wonderful. My favorite part in that movie is when they all go down to the basement of the resturant and Cunk(Jeff Cohan)discovers ice cream in the basement of the resturant and gets closed in the Ice cream closet with a dead guy. I am such a huge eighties fan1 I own the Goonies movie and watch it all the time. I never get sick of that movie. I know that movie word for word. Whenever I feel like being a kid i just put that movie in. May the gooies live on forever and never die!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:03 AM  

  • Arrrggghhhh how cool is this?? F*cking excellent stuff! Really well researched, glad to see some info on the infamous group! I wondered what happened to them all.

    By Blogger Emmamoo, at 6:43 AM  

  • hi! what to say after so many great posts?? The Goonies is the best film ever...I've been loving it since the first time I saw it...Stef and Chunk are my favourites:)Go on the rock:)!!!

    By Anonymous little bean:), at 5:13 PM  

  • Wow!!! I absolutely loved reading all of these tributes/information. I am at work as a nurse in ICU and we got to talking about movies, and this one was my favorite. Brand was sooo hot, and the kids were so imaginative! To bad they don't make movies like this anymore. If you go onto 80's you can buy a wide variety of Goonie shirts along with other 80's shirts reasonably priced.

    By Anonymous jamie, at 3:31 AM  

  • what happend to the monster guy. is there gunna be some kined of reionion film withanother crayzy plot by any chance. because we loved the first.

    By Anonymous ioel + rhys, at 4:16 AM  

  • By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:15 PM  

  • Goonies is a classic! we used to watch it all the time, over and over. It's a shame movies are not as original and fun as they used to be.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:28 AM  

  • God Damn Amazing... just watched the Goonies for like the 60th time, who knows.. I`m 34 and still think its a great movie !! to be fare we all have a little Goonie hiding inside us.. Thanks for putting this site up, nice one..

    By Anonymous Bobcat187, at 2:00 PM  

  • Just where is one eye willy and his ship???? .The most excellent film. Especially on a rainy sunday afternoon. Well done with this site

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:08 AM  

  • You can help to get the Goonies full edition score by reaching some labels.

    You can sign the petition here :

    Please read and spread this message :

    Thank you very much, best regards.

    By Anonymous Gouchi, at 4:56 PM  

  • Hay you GUYS!!!!!!!!
    I love the Goonies and I go to the coast all the time and check out the old house ,It brings back my childhood. Im 34 now but I'm still a kid at hart.
    Long live the GOONIES.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:08 PM  

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    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:02 PM  

  • fair play to you,
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    thank you very much

    hey you guys

    By Blogger sully, at 2:09 PM  


    R.I.P John Mastuszak

    Goonies = CLASSIC!!

    By Anonymous Joe, at 3:21 AM  

  • I am in love with a girl that looked acted and sounded like Stef in the movie. I use to watch it over and over and think of her. I love the movie, the characters and that same girl who Martha Plimpton reminded me of. Thanks for this page and the work and time that was put into it. I'm such a Goonie.

    By Blogger Moby Dick, at 5:56 PM  

  • By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:13 AM  

  • By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:13 AM  

  • Am watching the Goonies as I type. Thanks for the info, good work!

    All the best to all the fans from the UK...

    By Anonymous tiny eric, at 11:25 PM  

  • Today 10/25 is Sloth's Birthday! I would be his sister and what a great day to see this on line. He should be a part of this today he would of LOVED IT!

    FYI - John Matuszak died of an enlarged heart and double pneumonia after promting his latest movie One Man Force in Europe.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:01 AM  


    I think someone did a great thing with putting this together for all of us Goonies fans! However, Sloth was, is, my uncle and Godfather he DID NOT die of steroids! He NEVER did them. He did live a fast life and did play alot with other dangerous substances. I hate when people think that's what happened. It didnt. The average size of the men in my family is 6'0 and up, they are all big. If you knew us, you could see that. It's too bad that his bio states the incorrect.
    He loved filmming Goonies and we as the children of Sloth, loved it too. I think this is a great tribute to all involved as well as to all of us, in reminder of a greater place in time.

    By Anonymous simone, at 10:38 AM  


    Thanks for putting this together, i have always won dered what has happened to the cast.

    By Anonymous looouloou, at 3:19 PM  

  • Wow! So many comments......
    Its Christmas Eve of 2007, Im staying up to watch the Goonies. Classic, awesome film!

    First dont you just love the adventure? We always loved pirate stories when we were kids. This was a great film, funny becuase it almost seemed unscripted in some parts (like when their yelling all the time)

    They dont make movies like this anymore, original, adventurous, funny, simple and to the point, not flashy and spectacular. The story and setting drove it. The kids just being kids. So much to it but it seemed so natural. Even the editing is just natural, flows great together scene by scene.
    Movies of today try to hard, they lose the plot and forget simple things.

    I loved the town they lived in, beautiful.

    Types of movies I want to edit one day! Thats right Im a wannabe editor!!!!!

    Remember this line:
    "This is supposed to be water?"
    "It wet aint it?!"
    I do, coz Im watching it....

    By Blogger Chrisy, at 5:37 AM  

  • I must have watched the Goonies at least 100 times as a kid, I saw it again last night on the big screen shown locally in Canary Wharf London - what an experience. The spirit of the place was incredible; ppl shouting out lines and clapping and thoroughly enjoying every second. This is an excellent site, thank you.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:50 AM  

  • i love the goonies!!!!! even though i am a teen i have watched about 50+ times!!!! mikey is super cute in this and if he was still young i would date him completely!!! sloth always interested me and now i know all about him thanks to you!!! thanks again!!

    By Blogger ♥katelyn♥, at 3:09 PM  

  • Ok, 1st off all you ppl that have watched this garbage of a movie should 1) Seize to exsist for even wasting your time with such a horrid appeal. This Movie is wack, any why/how you relate to it with your own lives makes me wretch. 2)Really ask yourselves, why was i watching this movie to begin with. I pretains nothing but a bunch of loser children (prolly his home with its viewers) running around searching for a lost treasure? 3)Seriously guys? Are you Serious? Whats with Glorified retards w fishheads that makes you feel kinda fuzzy inside, or is it that you can also relate to that kinda logic that makes you somewhat comfortable. Your watching a rtard ppl...really. 4) This isnt even Close to a "Classic" as movies through the ages. How can it even compare to the real thing we call "Cinema". Hate all you want kids, but honestly, move along. This movie died in the 80's and keep it there. You all should be buried with it too boot. Later Suckers.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:04 AM  

  • you are the retard, anonymous!!! you are so embarrassed to even write your own damn name down b/c deep down you know you love this movie! and why would you write something to crush the dreams of millions of fans of this movie! you are prolly just some low life attention seeker who spends their time putting other people down!!! you are a coward!!!

    By Blogger ♥katelyn♥, at 8:46 PM  

  • Hey Thanks man, awsome info. I'm 33 from uk. Just watched the goonies again......... fantastic..
    "HEY YOU GUYS!!!!!!!"

    By Blogger no i am batman, at 4:26 PM  

  • Man, thanks for the info. When I was a kid and my friends wanted to nwatch a movie, there were only 2 options: Star wars and the goonies. Me and my brothers and friends watched it all the time, I had it on vhs, but we watched it so much that the tape just died (excuse my english). One my friends had the backpak that data used in the movie, it even had the logo of the movie. We used to have a gang (stupid kid stuff) that wa called the goonies. Good movies never die, I hope that when I have kids of my own, that they love the movie as much as I did.
    "Gonnies never say die"

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:49 PM  

  • Watched Goonies yesterday (20.4.08 in UK) and it brought back memories of my four kids, and me just loving it all back in the day. All in their 20's and 30's now. How time does fly but quality kids films live forever. We are all Goonies at heart.

    By Blogger richard, at 12:23 PM  

  • That was awesome! thanks a lot for posting this!

    By Anonymous Brandon, at 12:41 PM  

  • One of the best films ever, you can't say you had a childhood until you watch it.
    slick shoes you guys!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:11 PM  

  • Katelyn is a Turdbox and a shallow one at that. Your simplicity in the matter clearly states your ignorace is only surpassed by your control-issues. Typical type-A woman personality. Wow. You are an Epic Fail more so than this horrid filth you call nostalgic cinema. I hope you die and no one shows to your funeral. i say good day Ms.Turdbox. ^-^ *kisses*

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:54 PM  

  • I would like to so a more up to date picture of keri lee green the girl that played andi

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:38 PM  

  • We watched the Goonies last nite and this morning I was still thinking about it! It is certainly a classic in my book. It gives me that nostalgic 80's feeling that makes me want to go back and do it all again. I love Martha Plimpton the most I think. I wish she would do more movies. Thanks for taking the time to post this. And now I finally know what sloth really looked like!

    By Anonymous kris, at 10:10 AM  

  • i was told that is a real waste of a time, i didnt think that i could tell anyone the real truth behind the Goonies. The underlying evidence of this old film is based on homosexuality and Heavy man on man action. Only thing that surpasses this movie from boy-on-man Digging is simple fact that is all these actors career was portrait of there on screen alteregos. Its true i Googled it. Most the cast are mainly bi, if not had there share of the fair sex. Anyone wanna comtemplate to make a website dedicated to strictly Goonies actors w there porn pics or something? Email me at

    By Anonymous GooniesBlowHard, at 4:47 AM  

  • i think sean astin was cute when he was young

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:02 PM  

  • awesome job w/ the the commitment to an unforgettable moment from our past..

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  • i absolutelyy lovee the qooniess. i may only bee 13 but still, i will probably be in love with this moviee until i diee ! i watch it all the timee. i also thouqht that corey feldmann(mouth) wass really cutee. buht my favorite character is chunkk. he was alsoo really cuteeeee, cuhss he was all chunkyy and stuff =D . that moviess qonnaa be a classiccc !

    By Anonymous annaa nicoleee, at 3:26 AM  

  • Thanks so much for doing all of this research. I drove by the theater formerly named "Showplace 6" in Austin, Texas that I saw the movie at in 1985. Unfortunately, the theater was purchased by Round Rock ISD about 10 years ago, it was shortly retrofitted for classrooms and used as such during these past 10 years after the purchase. Now it has been recently demolished in the last month or so, I guess, to make room for expanding the high school from across the street. When I saw the demolition work rumble sitting on the ground, I remembered seeing Goonies at this theater for the first time with my family when I was 7 years old. I would really like to visit the Goonies house in Astoria, Oregon and sign the guest book from the nice nurse lady as mentioned on a former posting on this website.

    By Anonymous Austinite007, at 11:47 PM  

  • I think its cool that the cast did not actually see the ship in the scene until they came into the water in the cave, and there it was the huge pirate ship. The looks on their faces as they saw it were real and not acting. Being a Goonie myself I found that out somewhere years back that Spielberg wanted the ship to be a surprise to them so the reaction was as real as possible! This site and blog is Great I wanted to know where the cast was now, and here it is. Awesome! -Benjamin aka Chunk

    By Anonymous Benjamin, at 7:56 AM  

  • This is what I think: The Goonies

    By Blogger Chus, at 12:26 PM  

  • I don't know how old this post is but i enjoyed it a lot. I am 34 years old and I love the goonies from the first time i saw it in the theatre to now at home with my DVD watching it with my kids. I also look forward to going to the 25th anniversary Party for the film in 2010. The cast is gonna be there and it is gonna be big!

    By Anonymous Don, at 8:50 AM  

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    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:29 PM  

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  • By comparing the traditional Internet users, Internet users to iResearch found that the traditional white-collar-based, cell phones wholesale, corporate general staff accounted for 18.9%, higher than the 5.6% of the wholesale cell phones users accounting; and discount cell phones users in the years students and blue-collar workers accounted for significantly more than the traditional Internet users, respectively, accounting for 19.5% and 18.9%, higher than the traditional Internet users Students and blue-collar workers accounted for 7.8% and 5.1% respectively.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:08 AM  

  • The survey found that consumer 3G wholesale china from the crowd of view, the buyer 25 to 40 years old mainly white-collar workers, accounting for about 40%, followed by consumer groups of students, accounting for about three into. According to statistics, 3G wholesale products in sales, compared with a 2G mobile phone sales are still a wide gap between, but since June has been, 3G mobile phones increase in the average monthly buy products for more than 50%, "11" period due to holiday business, the increase of more than 150%. Pk that the "11" after the peak sales of 3G handsets likely to usher in more stable growth.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:08 AM  

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