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    • Gillian Parkin

      E T the extra terrestrial 1982.

    • Aleksandr Moraes

      E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982). A Steven Spielberg film. Along with this classic movie comes a classic movie poster - the very limited color scheme is brought to life using a thin off-white border.

    • Verdopolis

      E.T. The Extraterrestrial (1982) // Steven Spielberg

    • purplemaze

      E.T. ~ 『 Extra Terrestrial 』 Steven Spielberg; 1982 ========================== The Movie E.T. is perhaps my most fondest memory as a child, i've watched it quite a dozen times already and still will never get tired of it♡! Probably Spielberg's Best Creation ever.. and one of the Greatest Movies of the Century~ ============================ #E.T. #ExtraTerrestrial #StevenSpielberg #1982 #Film #Movie#eighties #'80S #children #ScienceFiction

    • Holly Lin

      One of my favorite movies of all time! E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982), directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Dee Wallace, Henry Thomas, Peter Coyote and Drew Barrymore

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