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SNL's Tom Davis recently passed away. He was known for his collaborations with Al Franken. While their SNL stuff was their most famous work (as well as an appearance in "Trading Places" as the luggage handlers), another collaboration was this 1986 comedy about a band performing in St. Cloud, Minnesota. The band's arrival is more of a conduit for a series of crazy events throughout the town, as the teenagers get into all sorts of mischief. In that sense, the movie does seem a little disjointed, but the crazy stuff that the different characters do makes up for that. "One More Saturday Night" isn't really anything special, but still OK. I bet that no one predicted that one of the cast members would one day get elected to the US Senate.
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