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Four college pledges are forced to spend the night in a deserted old mansion where they get killed off one by one by the monstrous surviving members of a family massacre years earlier for trespassing on their living grounds.
Vincent Van Patten,
Melvin is a pathetic loser of a motorcycle cop who gets demoted to working the night shift as a punishment for his constant screw-ups. During his off-duty time, however, Melvin turns to his secret obsession: comedy. He puts a paper bag over his head and performs in front of audiences as "The Unknown Comic". Unable to balance his two lives, he seeks psychiatric help to try and resolve who he really wants to be. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
Murray Langston played dual roles in this movie. Langston played both The Unknown Comic and police officer Melvin White. See more »
When Kent helps Melvin up to the hand dryer in the men's room to dry his pants they turn the dryer on. A man walks in the men's room, the scene cuts back to Kent and Melvin the dryer is off. See more »
I don't think anything herein gives away aspects of plot or surprises at all. The greatest police-unknown-comic-bag-man-thunder-peal-comedy-movie comedy you will find anywhere . . . that little fella of a police inspector who farts all the time makes me crack up every time i see this movie . . . and the dude: pat Paulson, God bless him! funneeee: marry an ugly girl, he says. Murray Langston asks: why, suppose she leaves you too. Pat Paulson replies: yeah well "who cares" (edited). something else funny . . . let's see: there's the cock fighting scene . . . with the NUNS!!!!!! bad taste, but funny. And of course there's Edith Hutton and . . . ANDREW DICE CLAY . . .see Night Patrol if you're feeling: blue, green, yellow, purple no matter how you're feeling . . . night patrol is a guaranteed fave!!!! I had Linda Blair inscribe my Exorcist hard-cover first edition w/ NIGHT PATROL . . . i think she loves night patrol, too sentimentally. Night Patrol is SO GOOD!
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