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The 1980s: When Rob Lowe, Tom Cruise, and Emilio Estevez Ruled the World

The 1980s were a time when Rob Lowe, Tom Cruise, and Emilio Estevez were the biggest stars. All three went on to have massively successful careers, with Cruise arguably elevating himself to a class above everyone else.
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If you were a teenage girl in the 1980s, you were more than likely in love with one, if not all of these young men. All three of these guys went on to massively successful careers, though it’s arguable that Cruise — despite his bizarre Scientology tendencies — elevated himself to a class above everyone else.

Rob Lowe, Tom Cruise, Emilio Estevez in 1982

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