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Oak Park Mall (1982)


This is an excellent 1982 documentary of mall culture in America. Could it have been so long ago (nearly 40 years!)? Before the Internet. Before cell phones. MTV was just getting started and most youngsters didn't even know what it was, much less have it. I remember those days well. The mall was the place for teens and young adults to hang out. It was where boys and girls dated. They'd start off at the Orange Julius at the food court and make their way to the multiplex, where they might see "Fast Times At Ridgemont High" or maybe "ET"….

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