O'Shea is the easy going head honcho at Club Med. After years apart, he finally runs into his ex-wife Kate. They fight, fall in love again, and know it won't work. Stuffy Englishman Gilbert... See full summary »

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O'Shea is the easy going head honcho at Club Med. After years apart, he finally runs into his ex-wife Kate. They fight, fall in love again, and know it won't work. Stuffy Englishman Gilbert goes to Club Med to have fun, but it takes French runaway Simone to get him to have fun. Unhappy Danny comes to Club Med under O'Shea's guardianship and always ends up in trouble. This film also shows early appearances by Gloria Estefan and The Miami Sound Machine, Sinbad, and Bill Maher. Written by Pat McCurry <ccgrad97@aol.com>

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19 January 1986 (USA)  »

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The tele-movie Club Med (1986) and the cinema feature Club Paradise (1986) both debuted in the same year of 1986. See more »

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Performed by Gloria Estefan and The Miami Sound Machine
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For an 80's TV movie it holds together well
10 May 2006 | by (Dodgeville, Wisconsin) – See all my reviews

The "In" place to go during the '80s was Club Med. If you were good looking, had some money and the time it was the best place to find a willing partner to share the beach blanket with. Jack Scalia looks good without his shirt on, Linda Hamilton fills hers out well. Patrick Macnee adds whatever British charm he has left from the Avengers. Gloria Estefan and the "Miami Sound Machine" play the house band and improve the show with their music. Sinbad plays Sinbad. It's not rocket science but a formula and this one works. When it pops up on cable I'll watch it just to see the 80's again, before people worried about AIDS and terrorists, etc.


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