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Desc:Let's walk awhile, shall we?
Category:Classic TV Clips, Nature & Places
Tags:canada, jazz, 80s, nothing happens, night walk
Submitted:Rangoon
Date:01/24/19
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Comment count is 8
cognitivedissonance - 2019-01-24
This is not the noted Commodore 64 rip off of “Ghouls n Goblins”.
Old_Zircon - 2019-01-24
Night > Mind
RomeoGunn - 2019-01-24
I had insomnia and night terrors as a child and this along with Night Ride, the other weird Canadian night wandering show, was my constant companion for a few years. Ever since I've found any show with smooth jazz and driving to be incredibly relaxing. Pretty sure this led me to have a totally wrong interpretation of the movie Taxi Driver.
tethercat - 2019-01-25
Gen X in Ontario, checking in.
badideasinaction - 2019-01-26
Seconded. Hell, I was at the second video’s part of town this afternoon.

boner - 2019-01-25
It starts with the subway station from Scanners!

http://cronenbergmuseum.tiff.net/carte_38-map_38-eng.html
badideasinaction - 2019-01-26
Yeah, I can still recognize those places. Hell, The Big Slice at around the 8:30 mark just closed last year. So much of Yonge street is turning into condos now.
Old_Zircon - 2019-01-27
It's happening everywhere, a plague of yuppies.

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