Mix and match any of these items:
-Keychains in black or silver
Mix and Match pricing is NOT limited to just this one image. ANY image in my shop is included! These bundles cost me less to list, sell, and ship, so you save, too!
Just specify in the notes which items/images you want! Please message me for orders larger than 10 items.
Easily mailed with a card or tucked in a stocking, you can give your friends, family, coworkers the gift of their favorite pop culture icon in an affordable and unique way. Handmade with prints of my own original paintings, these awesome bits of functional art are made with care and quality materials.
More traditional prints and buttons are also available. Check my shop for lots more stuff!
Vinyl sleeve measures just over 2 1/2 x 8 1/2. Perfect for trade paperback and hardcovers. Bookmark itself is printed on 9mil premium matte finish paper with waterproof / fade resistant ink. Bookmark is topped off with a black chainette tassel.
2” wooden plaque with print on high quality paper and fade resistant ink.
Includes silver self-clasping string ready for hanging
1 inch silver or black pendant tray
Durable glass dome
Each photo is hand cut before being placed in pendant tray and secured behind glass.
Materials are very durable and will withstand limited exposure to water but is not recommended.
Borderless print on 4x6 heavy duty, museum quality paper with fade resistant ink
2x3” wooden plaque with print on high quality paper and fade resistant ink.
Due to the handmade nature of these items, images may be slightly offset from original post photo.
Billie Jean Davy, a teenager from Corpus Christi, Texas, is riding with her younger brother, Binx, on his Honda Elite Scooter to a local lake to go swimming. Stopping for a milkshake, they have to deal with Hubie Pyatt, a rowdy local teen, and his friends hitting on Billie Jean, but Binx humiliates Hubie by throwing a milkshake in his face. Later on at the lake, as Billie Jean tells Binx about the weather in Vermont, a place he has always wanted to visit, Hubie steals Binx's scooter.
As Binx goes to retrieve his scooter later that night, Billie Jean goes to the authorities with her friends Putter and Ophelia. They report the theft to Detective Ringwald, who is sympathetic but urges them to wait and see how things play out. When Billie Jean returns home, she finds Binx beaten, and his scooter severely damaged. The next day, Billie Jean, Binx, and Ophelia go to Mr. Pyatt's shop to get the amount of $608 to repair the scooter. While initially appearing helpful and understanding, Pyatt propositions Billie Jean and then attempts to rape her.
Meanwhile, Binx has found a gun in the shop's cash register, and when Billie Jean flees from the back of the store, clearly distressed, he turns it on Mr. Pyatt, who tells him the gun is unloaded, but Binx fires it, wounding Pyatt in the shoulder. They race away from the shop and become fugitives.
By the time Ringwald realizes that he made a mistake not listening to Billie Jean, the situation is spinning out of control. Billie Jean wants only the cash to fix her brother's scooter and an apology from Pyatt. With help from Lloyd Muldaur, the teenage son of the district attorney, who voluntarily becomes her "hostage", Billie Jean makes a video of her demands, featuring herself with her long, blonde hair chopped into a crew cut, inspired after watching a movie about Joan of Arc on TV (the 1957 film Saint Joan) and a revolutionary-style wardrobe including combat boots, fatigue pants, and a wetsuit top with the sleeves torn off. As media coverage increases, Billie Jean becomes a teen icon, and young fans follow her every movement. Facing uncertain dangers, both physical and legal, Billie Jean is forced to turn in her friends Putter and Ophelia to the cops for their safety. When Ringwald arrives at the abandoned miniature golf course where the group has taken refuge and demands to know where Billie Jean is, Ophelia defiantly replies, "Everywhere!"
Pyatt issues a bounty for her apprehension, but Ringwald counters with a more peaceful offer and a promise to repair Binx's scooter. Billie Jean realizes the best plan is to turn herself in. During a rally being held, where a brand new scooter is offered for Billie Jean to turn in herself and Lloyd, Binx puts on a dress and pretends to be Billie Jean, walking behind Lloyd. However, Hubie starts yelling that it isn't Billie Jean, and the police shoot Binx.
Billie Jean runs to catch the ambulance taking Binx away but doesn't make it. She suddenly sees a booth with Billie Jean merchandise, run by Mr. Pyatt. Billie Jean confronts Pyatt and gets him to admit the actions that led to him being shot. He gives Billie Jean the money, but she refuses to take it all and rams her knee into his crotch, sending him sprawling to the ground and knocking over a nearby torch. She then tells him to keep his money and to go buy somebody else, throwing the money back in his face. Pyatt gets to his feet as the overturned torch begins to set his merchandise stands on fire. The onlookers (including Hubie), seeing how Billie Jean was exploited and their indirect involvement in it, throw all the Billie Jean merchandise into the rapidly growing fire and leave in disgust. As the merchandise stands burn down, Billie Jean departs as well, but not before thanking Ringwald and giving Lloyd a kiss. Later, Billie Jean and Binx (in an arm sling) are hitchhiking in Vermont. Binx, after complaining about the cold, admires a red snowmobile.
Helen Slater as Billie Jean
Keith Gordon as Lloyd
Christian Slater as Binx
Richard Bradford as Pyatt
Peter Coyote as Lieutenant Ringwald
Martha Gehman as Ophelia
Yeardley Smith as Putter
Barry Tubb as Hubie
Dean Stockwell as Muldaur
Craig Safan produced the original score for the film writing a couple of synthpop-styled instrumental tracks. Furthermore, some rock songs were added to the soundtrack which had never been officially released. The movie's theme song "Invincible" by Pat Benatar peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 in September 1985, while the reissue of Billy Idol's single "Rebel Yell" climbed up to number six on the UK Singles Chart in October 1985.
"Invincible" (Theme from "The Legend of Billie Jean") – Pat Benatar
"Closing In" – Mark Safan
"Boys in Town" – Divinyls
"Heart Telegraph" – Divinyls
"Rebel Yell" – Billy Idol
"It’s My Life" – Wendy O. Williams
"Time to Explain" – Bruce Witkin & The Kids
"Self Defense" – Chas Sanford