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Night Shift

Night Shift ★★ 1982 (R)

Two morgue attendants, dull Winkler and manic Keaton, decide to spice up their latenight shift by running a call-girl service on the side. Keaton turns in a fine performance in his film debut, and Howard's sure-handed direction almost overcomes the silly premise. Watch closely for Costner in the morgue frat party scene. 106m/C VHS, DVD . Henry Winkler, Michael Keaton, Shelley Long, Kevin Costner, Pat Corley, Bobby Di Cicco, Nita Talbot, Richard Belzer, Shannen Doherty, Clint Howard, Joe Spinell; D: Ron Howard; W: Babaloo Mandel, Lowell Ganz; C: James A. Crabe; M: Burt Bacharach; V: Vincent Schiavelli.

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