A comedy came out in 1982 named Savannah Smiles. It was quintessential Generation X, centering on a 7-year-old daughter of a politician who is ignored and neglected by her parents. She ends up running away and hooking up with a couple of crooks.
It was a very popular movie and beloved by many Gen Xers, including a good high school friend who had a baby in the summer of 1985 and named her Savannah! (By the way, the girl who played Savannah, Bridgette Andersen, died of an accidental drug overdose in 1997.)
Now, 30 years later, the Girl Scouts are celebrating their 100th anniversary with a new cookie, Savannah Smiles, as well as a campaign, The Year of the Girl. Good thing there isn’t copyright on titles.