Stony Island

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This is a classic 1970s title that has been restored and is now on HD for the first time. It depicts a different time in Chicago's history, perhaps more innocent with what that city is facing now. Great musical sequences, an informal, nonprofessional style, and Susanna Hoffs (from the ...Read more

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