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|Monday, June 07, 2010|
A museum exhibit, a costume contest, and location tours were all part of the 25th anniversary "Goonies" celebration that flooded Astoria with visitors this weekend.
Astoria's Chamber of Commerce organized the event when they realized that the film brought fans to Astoria from as far away as Japan.
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