Lunchtime Movie Review

Night Shift (1982)

Episode #210

Warner Bros. released Night Shift on July 30, 1982. Ron Howard directed the film starring Henry Winkler, Michael Keaton, and Shelley Long.

‘Night Shift’ Plot Summary

After a pompous morgue attendant lands himself on the night shift, he’s stuck with a co-worker looking for that one great idea that’ll make him rich. His life takes an even more unexpected turn when his prostitute/neighbor loses her pimp, and has no business. Once his co-worker finds out, he sees dollar signs, and the boys turn the morgue into a nighttime brothel. However, the two find their new endeavor brings more detractors than just their boss in this ’80s classic comedy.

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Warner Bros. released Night Shift on July 30, 1982. Ron Howard directed the film starring Henry Winkler, Michael Keaton, and Shelley Long.

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  1. Carrie Fisher would have been much better cast in Shelly Long’s role. If she could do Under the Rainbow and The Man with One Red Shoe, she could have done this. Throw her in a slave outfit, and all the Fonzies would yell, “Aaaaeeeyyy!”

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