Night Shift

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1982’s “Night Shift” is proof of that.

Many friendships in the movie biz last a long time. Obviously, Ron Howard and Henry Winkler loved working with each other so much on Happy Days that when Howard was ready to direct Night Shift, Winkler was a natural choice.

When down-on-his-luck financial planner Chuck Lumley (Henry Winkler), fast-talking loser with a million get-rich-quick schemes Bill Blazejowski (Michael Keaton) and prostitute in need of a pimp Belinda Keaton (Shelley Long) meet at the New York City morgue, nothing will ever be the same on the Night Shift.

Winkler and Keaton turn the morgue into a call girl service and the insanity begins. The movie co-stars Gina Hecht, Bobby Di Cicco, Nita Talbot, Clint Howard, Joe Spinell amd Ola Ray who’d go onto fame in Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” video.

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