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Midnight Madness ()


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Leon picks college students to participate in his all night scavenger hunt. Five teams receive clues to solve leading them to the next clue site hidden in the city.

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Adam - Yellow Team Leader
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Laura - Yellow Team
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Flynch - Yellow Team (as Joel P. Kenney)
David Damas ...
Marvin - Yellow Team
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Scott - 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
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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
Marvin Katzoff ...
Debater #1 - White Team
Christopher Sands ...
Debater #2 - White Team
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Debater #3 - White Team
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Lavitas - Green Team Leader
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Blaylak - Green Team
Curt Ayers ...
Armpit - Green Team
Trevor Henley ...
Cudzo - Green Team
Keny Long ...
Gerber - Green Team
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Mrs. Grimhaus
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Leon
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Candy (as Debi Richter)
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Sunshine
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Mr. Thorpe
Ceil Gabot ...
Mrs. Thorpe
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Tenant #1
Loretta Tupper ...
Elderly Lady
Eddie Bloom ...
Game Control Bookie
Dave Shelley ...
Harold's Father
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Bonaventure Desk Clerk
Bert Williams ...
Security Captain
Arthur Adams ...
Police Sergeant
Thomas Wright ...
Cop #1 (as Tom Wright)
Elven Havard ...
Cop #2
Ernie Fuentes ...
Miniature Golf Dad
Pilar Del Rey ...
Miniature Golf Mom (as Pillar Del Rey)
Georgia Schmidt ...
Old Lady in Car
J. Brennan Smith ...
Bratty Kid
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Bratty Kid's Dad
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Pinball Proprietor
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Bellboy
Jack Griffin ...
Tow Truck Driver
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Tourist
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Teenage Girl #1
Sheri Shepard ...
Teenage Girl #2
Paula Victor ...
Cashier
Tony Salome ...
Irving
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Busty Waitress

Directed by

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Michael Nankin
David Wechter

Written by

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David Wechter ... (written by) and
Michael Nankin ... (written by)

Produced by

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Ron Miller ... producer
Michael Nankin ... co-producer
David Wechter ... co-producer

Music by

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Julius Wechter

Cinematography by

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Frank V. Phillips ... director of photography (as Frank Phillips)

Film Editing by

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Norman R. Palmer
Jack Sekely

Art Direction by

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Richard Lawrence
John B. Mansbridge

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Roger M. Shook
R. Chris Westlund

Makeup Department

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Gloria Montemayor ... hair stylist
Robert J. Schiffer ... makeup artist

Production Management

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John D. Bloss ... production manager (as John Bloss)
Don Henderson ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Bob Gossom ... assistant director
David Kahler ... second assistant director
Donald Newman ... second assistant director (as Don Newman)

Art Department

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Bob McLing ... property master (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Art Names ... sound mixer
Herb Taylor ... sound supervisor
Allen Hurd ... sound (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Danny Lee ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Constantine Ganakes ... matte artist
David Mattingly ... matte artist

Stunts

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Regis Parton ... stunt coordinator
Whitey Hughes ... stunts (uncredited)
Dick Warlock ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Mike Sweeten ... additional photographer
Carl Boles ... gaffer (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Milton G. Mangum ... costumer: men
Nedra Rosemond-Watt ... costumer: women
Jack Sandeen ... costume supervisor

Music Department

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Bob Florence ... orchestrations

Additional Crew

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Patrick Carlyle ... certain game techniques inspired by
Cherie Chung ... certain game techniques inspired by
Don Luskin ... certain game techniques inspired by
Bill Sheehan ... first aid nurse (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Leon planned "the great all-nighter" by picking college students to participate in an all-night long scavenger hunt. The 5 teams are given clues to solve, leading them to the next clue, hidden throughout the city. Making his film debut; Michael J. Fox, as Scott, the younger brother. Written by Evan Shenkman

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Taglines A Wacky College Adventure See more »
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Also Known As
  • The Great All-Nighter (United States)
  • The All-Night Treasure Hunt (United States)
  • Une nuit folle, folle (France)
  • Locuras de medianoche (Spain)
  • Competencia alocada (Argentina)
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Runtime
  • 112 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Feature film debut of Michael J. Fox, who was cast because the film was shot predominantly at night and they needed an actor who was over 18 but could pass for 15. See more »
Goofs When Harold types the first clue into the computer, his hand movements over the keyboard don't even come close to matching the words appearing on the screen. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Soldier of Orange/The Human Factor/Coal Miner's Daughter/The Europeans (1980). See more »
Soundtracks Midnight Madness See more »
Crazy Credits Michael J. Fox is listed as Michael Fox in the opening credits and Michael J. Fox in the end credits. See more »
Quotes Lucille: Harold, how long are you gonna keep driving around without knowing where we're going?
Harold: Barf, have you finished unscrambling those letters yet?
Barf: [finishes unscrambling letters] Fagabeefe? Haha. Fagabeefe. Hey, Melio - fagabeefe.
Harold: [shouts] *Shut up*!
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