I was 11 when Blade Runner came out, and even though it was a '15' I begged my parents to let me see it, because it had Han Solo in it, and was a sci-fi film, and they got so sick of me moping around the house, and howling in my sleep, that they caved.
For some reason, they decided that dressing me in a red turtleneck would make me look more like a 15 year-old (remember all the teenagers in the early-80s in their red turtlenecks? 'Rednecks' the media called them - 'The Redneck Menace'... No?). Sceptical as I was, it apparently worked, as my father and I made it into the film with no questions asked.
Of course, for an 11 year-old, Blade Runner was deeply disappointing; nothing like Star Wars, and with long, boring conversations about what you'd do if you found a turtle on its back in the street. Rubbish.
And there weren't even any toys out for it, even though it starred Han Solo.
Which seems strange, as almost every other movie of the era - 18-rated or not - had its own range of toys. And here are ten of them.