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One More Saturday Night (1986)

R | | Comedy | 22 August 1986 (USA)
The problems faced by both teenagers and adults in a small Minnesota town who are trying to get dates for a Saturday night.

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Larry Hays
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Paul Flum
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Peggy (as Moira Harris)
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Eddie
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Tobi
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Russ Cadwell (as Dave Reynolds)
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Dad Lundahl
Eric Saiet ...
Doug
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Traci
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Lynn Neal
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Karen Lundahl
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Kevin Lundahl
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Bill Neal
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Diane Lundahl
Wynton Harris ...
Jason Neal
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The problems faced by both teenagers and adults in a small Minnesota town who are trying to get dates for a Saturday night.

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Where the fun is on tap.

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22 August 1986 (USA)  »

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Szombat esti őrület  »

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$13,894, 8 June 1986, Limited Release

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$32,279
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Atypical 80s party movie.
24 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

This is not your typical "kid at the high school party" type of movie like the title makes it sound. It follows the happenings of a few kids and their crazy adventure on one Saturday evening in St. Cloud, MN (actually filmed entirely in Illinois). Unfortunately, it didn't gain as much cult status as other movies of its time, but it's a great flick to catch if you can! Al Franken fans will love this rare glimpse of Franken in the role of a traveling band member! The characters are fun to follow and may remind you of people YOU may have gone to high school with and heard of THEIR antics while out on Saturday nights. It's available on VHS (who knows IF a DVD will come out or not...try eBay if you're having trouble finding a copy for your library)


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