#1May 7th, 2006
I'm watching Divorce, American Style (1967). Dick Van Dyke's character goes to MacDonald's and shells out a whopping $.67 for his dinner. I can't help but laugh when I watch older movies that show how much things cost back then. I don't remember the name of the movie, but there is an old Humphrey Bogart movie where he is driving across the desert and his gas gage is shown on empty. He pulls into a lone desert gas station, tells the guy to fill up his tank, and goes inside to make a phone call. When he comes back out he hands the guy a one dollar bill and says, "keep the change". I love it!