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Potential buyers, be warned: You may want to go ahead and purchase some additional chlorine for this home’s sparkling blue pool.

The Covina, Calif. house featured in Paul Thomas Anderson’s classic 1997 drama Boogie Nights ison the market, party pool and all.

The property, originally built in 1958, retains all of the ’70s charm it did when it stood in as the home of pornographer Jack Horner (Burt Reynolds) in the film. The living room features a stone fireplace, wood paneling, vaulted ceilings, and plush carpeting, while the four bedrooms flaunt groovy-patterned wallpaper. And while the parties thrown in the backyard today might be slightly less exciting than those thrown by a popular pornography director in the ’70s (just a guess), the pool is still in good shape.

The nearly 4,000 square-foot home is currently listed on RE/MAX’s website at $1.49 million.

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Boogie Nights
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  • Movie
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  • 155 minutes
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