Michelle Bowers

The debut of ''Thelma and Louise''

It seemed a pretty harmless premise — two beautiful women in a 1966 Thunderbird convertible take off down an endless expanse of American highway. But a dash of gunplay and a dose of defiance made the mixture inflammable, and when the distaff buddy movie Thelma & Louise roared into theaters on May 24, 1991, it sparked an explosion of debate between the sexes.

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Created by Hollywood producer Oliver Eberle (Stargate), ShowBIZ Data ( is targeted at those industry suits — or die-hard film freaks — willing to shell out $9.95 to $110 plus a month (depending on what and how much one needs to know). This is the place if you need to know the weekly domestic box office of any flick of the last 16 years, searchable by star, genre, director, year, etc. (for example, every Bruce Willis blood-and-guts actioner released between, say, 1990 and ‘95).

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