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Midnight Madness (1980)

PG | | Comedy | 8 February 1980 (USA)
Leon planned "The Great Allnighter" by picking college students to participate in his night long scavenger hunt. The five teams, each designated by colors white (nerds who hate green),green... See full summary »
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Cast

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Adam Larson - Yellow Team Leader
Debra Clinger ...
Laura - Yellow Team
David Damas ...
Marvin - Yellow Team
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Harold - Blue Team Leader
Patricia Alice Albrecht ...
Lucille - Blue Team
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Melio - Blue Team
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Barf - Blue Team
Joel Kenney ...
Flynch - Yellow Team (as Joel P. Kenney)
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Blade - Blue Team
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Donna - Red Team Leader
Robyn Petty ...
Berle - Red Team
Betsy Lynn Thompson ...
Peggy - Red Team
Carol Gwynn Thompson ...
Lulu - Red Team
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Wesley - White Team Leader
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Leon planned "The Great Allnighter" by picking college students to participate in his night long scavenger hunt. The five teams, each designated by colors white (nerds who hate green),green (meat machine who hate red), red (sorority sisters who hate green), yellow (good guys who play fair), and blue (cheaters who hate yellow) are given clues to solve, leading them to the next clue site hidden in the city. Michael J. Fox plays Scott,the younger brother,in his movie debut. Written by Evan Shenkman <ejs15@cornell.edu>

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The most fun you'll ever have...in the dark See more »

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Comedy

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8 February 1980 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The All-Night Treasure Hunt  »

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Trivia

David Naughton and Stephen Furst were in 2 movies directed by John Landis. Naughton would star in An American Werewolf in London (1981). Stephen Furst had starred in Animal House (1978). Landis had also directed Paul Reubens in The Blues Brothers (1980). Landis and Eddie Deezen were also in the Steven Spielberg film 1941 (1979). See more »

Goofs

In the opening credits, Lavitas comes off the football field in a #12 football jersey, but at the 21 minute mark references that he and the rest of the Green Team are an offensive line. No matter what level of football (NCAA or NFL), an O-Lineman wouldn't wear #12. See more »

Quotes

Laura - Yellow Team: [as Adam starts to drive off] And I suppose it was too much of a bother to remember that today's your brother's birthday!
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Crazy Credits

Michael J. Fox is listed as Michael Fox in the opening credits and Michael J. Fox in the end credits. See more »

Connections

References Kojak (1973) See more »

Soundtracks

Midnight Madness
Written by David Wechter and Julius Wechter
Sung by Donna Fein
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Fagabeefe!
6 October 2003 | by (Virginia) – See all my reviews

WEEE this is still jolly good fun! As with most of my friends, we had seen this movie on HBO when we were young, and then had been searching ever since for a copy of it. When they finally rereleased it a few years ago, we had a Midnight Madness party... and the movie held up well. Sure, it's pure cheese, but it's still a lot of fun. If you didn't see MM when you were young, you might not appreciate its value today.


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