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Blind Date 1987

Blind Date ★★ 1987 (PG-13)

A blind date between a workaholic yuppie and a beautiful blonde starts off well, but when she drinks too much at dinner, things get out of hand. In addition to embarrassing her date and destroying the restaurant, she has a jealous ex-boyfriend who must be dealt with. 95m/C VHS, DVD . Sab Shimono, Kim Basinger, Bruce Willis, John Larroquette, William Daniels, George Coe, Mark Blum, Phil Hart-man, Stephanie Faracy, Alice Hirson, Graham Stark; D: Blake Edwards; W: Dale Launer; C: Harry Stradling Jr.; M: Henry Mancini.

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