Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star

Music from Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star the movie

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"Don't Give Up On Us" by David Soul
A clip of the music video is shown when the True Hollywood Story voice-over mentions David Soul was rumoured to be Dickie's father.
"Break My Stride" by Matthew Wilder
Dickie's song for entering the ring for Fox's Celebrity Boxing.
"Ante Up (Robbin' Hoodz Theory)" by M.O.P. (Feat. Funk Flex)
Emanuel Lewis's ("Webster") song for entering the ring.
"Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" by Good Charlotte
Cindy hitches a ride with a guy and lives Dickie in the desert. He's seen later walking the Hollywood Walk of Fame and bumps into Leif Garrett at a nearby newstand.
"Chasing the Sun Away" by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Dickie plays poker with his former child star friends.
"Ride Like the Wind" by Christopher Cross
Dickie listens to this song on his way to his meeting with Rob Reiner. Dickie later teaches this song to Sally for her audition.
"Son Suenos" by David Barragan
Spanish-language song that plays when Dickie looks up houses that'll have 'em stay.
"Negativity" by Corey Feldman
Plays of the stereo of George (the dad of the family) as he pulls up the Finney driveway and greets Dickie.
"Dammit" by Blink-182
The hose from the waterbed goes comes loose and destroys stuff out in the yard.
"Le Freak" by Chic
Music that comes from the treehouse after Dickie's banished from the house by the kids.
"Disco Inferno" by The Hit Crew
The kids come up to the treehouse and she what Dickie's done to the place.
"Insane in the Brain" by Cypress Hill
Sung by Dickie in reference to the Slip 'N Slide and how slippery it is.
"Greatest Day" by Bowling for Soup
Dickie learns how to ride a bike.
"I Wanna Be Bad" by Willa Ford
Heather's song she dances to in her try-out.
"Just My Imagination (Running Away with Me)" by The Temptations
Dickie and Sam perform this song on stills to impress the girl next door.
"Natural High" by Bloodstone
Playing in the background when Dickie tries to have sex with Cindy but realizes she only likes him now that he's going to be famous again.
"The Christmas Song" by Nat 'King' Cole
The family tries to help Dickie's acting and they stage a Christmas morning.
"Flagpole Sitta" by Harvey Danger
Montage of Dickie going on talk shows and appearing at concerts to show he's back on top.
"Nights Are Forever Without You" by England Dan and John Ford Coley
Dickie returns to the Finneys' and they play Candyland.
"Sooner or Later" by The Grassroots
The movie wraps up with the E! True Hollywood Story voice-over explaining what happened to all the characters.
"Child Stars On Your Television" - (lyrics) by Fred Wolf and Robert Smigel
Skit that plays during the end credits: many child stars from over the years sing a song about how they don't like people asking them "didn't you used to be...?" and assuming they're snobs because they used to be famous.
"Former Child Star" by Leif Garrett
End credits song #2.

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