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It took a lot of takes and some counseling by Martha Coolidge.
She told Foreman to think of another guy she had broken up with.
The scene, which echoes the final scene of the film The Graduate, pans to the overview of the Valley, while the limo turns past the Sherman Oaks Galleria glowing in the night.
Cage and Foreman found it difficult to do the breakup scene at Julie's front door because it was shot late in the filming, when Cage and Foreman were dating.
The Plimsouls' "A Million Miles Away" and the Payolas' "Eyes of a Stranger" were moderate hits in 1982, reaching #11 and #22, respectively, on Billboards Top Tracks chart.
"I Melt with You" by Modern English reached #78 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1983.
At the end of a shopping trip with her friends, Loryn (Daily), Stacey (Heidi Holicker), and Suzi (Meyrink), Julie runs into Tommy and breaks up with him.
Later that day at the beach, Julie trades shy glances with a young man in the distance.
That night, at a party at Suzi's house, Julie locks eyes with Randy (Cage), a Hollywood punk who has crashed the party with his friend, Fred (Dye).
They hit it off, especially after Julie learns Randy was the young man at the beach. He fails and gets his cronies to eject Randy and Fred from the party.
Undaunted, Randy sneaks back into the house, and hides in an upstairs bathroom shower.
Many of the songs used were minor chart hits in 1982–83. " was a regional hit in Southern California in 1981, placing #5 on KROQ-FM's Top 106 songs of the year and "He Could Be the One" from her album Convertible Music had reached #74 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1982.