The Overt Use of Vulgarity on TV, Film, and in Real Life

How Excessive Cursing Degrades Your Entertainment, Your Work, Your Life

Frankly, he didn’t give a darn in this 1939 classic.
When John Travolta’s “Tony Menaro” wasn’t swerving on the dance floor (with Karen Lynn Gorney as Stephanie), in the 1977 feature film blockbuster, “Saturday Night Fever,” he was cursing at the dinner table or anywhere else he could manage to do so.
“Good Will Hunting” over-utilized really “bad will” choices for dialogue.

Herbie J Pilato writes about pop-culture, stays positive, and hosts THEN AGAIN WITH HERBIE J PILATO, a TV talk show on Amazon Prime and Amazon Prime UK.

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