Although it was used in early promos and even got a music video composed entirely of scenes from the film, “War Games” from Crosby, Stills & Nash was cut out at the last minute from the 1983 movie and wasn’t used in the film or included on any soundtrack album.
The survivor of a tragic accident involving his father and sister, Peter Baker is forced by his aunt to adopt the identity of his dead sister and live as Angela Baker. Years later, “Angela” goes to summer camp and snaps, going on a killing spree and murdering people that are mean and/or “naughty”.
Like many companies during this pandemic, Hasbro offered up some fun distraction in the form of tons of episodes of the 80s classic GI Joe: A Real American Hero on their YouTube channel and you can watch the episode that started it all, Part 1 of The M.A.S.S. Device “The Cobra Strikes” right here.
Debuting in 1983, Saturday Supercade turned some of the biggest arcade hits at the time like Frogger and Donkey Kong into animated segments where Frogger was a reporter, Donkey Kong was constantly on the run from Mario, Q-Bert was a 50s teen comedy and more.
As the Three Stooges received a star on the Walk of Fame in 1983, songwriter Peter Quinn scored an unlikely hit with a throwback novelty song The Curly Shuffle with his group, the Jump N The Saddle Band.