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The Natural, the movie, May 11, 1984 2112 sighting: about 46 minutes in, when Bump Bailey (Michael Madsen) crashes through the rightfield wall in pursuit of a flyball, two players wearing jersey numbers "21" and "12" race to his aid.
Minder, the British television series During the episode "Sorry Pal, Wrong Number" (season 4, episode 5, aired February 1, 1984), Terry is using three public telephones when a group of youths approach; the tallest one of the group has a Rush patch on his denim jacket.
Return of the Secaucus 7, the movie, September 5, 1980 Rush is mentioned during the bar scene in this film which inspired The Big Chill. T., are discussing music and flirting with two women at the bar - one of them a music critic.
When asked what she listens to, the music critic replies, "Oh, progressive rock mostly: King Crimson, Yes, Genesis, Rush." Country singer J. dismisses this as "heavy metal goes to college," but the woman defends her tastes, saying "It's the only thing playing now with any kind of sophisticated melody line that still has its..know, innocence." She's later impressed with Jeff when he discusses the complexities of the genre.
Future War 1986, the animated movie, 1982 The English version of this film includes "Witch Hunt" in the soundtrack.
The Modern Day Warrior, the WCCW wrestler Kerry von Erich, circa 1982-1984 Before the WWF/WWE and WCW national syndicated shows, the World Class Championship Wrestling show aired from Dallas, Texas.
Teachers, the movie, October 5, 1984 Three minutes before the end, as the school is evacuating during a fire alarm, Ralph Macchio asks Nick Nolte "So are you gonna stay or are you gonna go?
Strange Brew, the movie, August 26, 1983 Starring Bob and Doug Mc Kenzie (Dave Thomas and Rick Moranis), who drive a red van with a Rush bumper sticker.
Previously, Geddy Lee sang on "Take Off", the single from the Mc Kenzie Brothers' comedy album, Great White North.
Synchronicity Concert, the concert movie by The Police, filmed November 3, 1983 A fan in the crowd can be seen wearing a Rush Signals t-shirt right after "De Do Do Do De Da Da Da".
Without Rush's knowledge, the photo of a crowd holding a Rush starman banner was mirrored and airbrushed to read "Long Live Rock 'N Roll" and printed on the album's inside gatefold.
The original Rush photo has been included in various Rush media, such as The Words And The Pictures, Vol.
In addition, the comic is "Dedicated to Neil, Geddy, and Alex of RUSH" and also includes a few Rush inspired lines, such as "Truth is false and logic lost" and "become one with the Brotherhood of Man". We were knocked out, and it really meant a lot to us. That tiny little line in the comic book meant more to us than a whole issue of Rolling Stone or anything else.