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Midnight Madness Details


The crux of this limited, juvenile comedy is a complex game that begins at midnight and ends by morning. Of main interest is the fact that a young [[Performer~P24577~Michael J. Fox~michaeljfox]] plays one of the students involved in the game. Leon ([[Performer~P112090~Alan Solomon~alansolomon]]) has spent a year creating the game and practically needs that long to convince his fellow students to play it. Eventually he wins out, and the various teams of classic stereotypes -- the nerd, the well-groomed hero, the obnoxious sorority sister, the easily duped freshman, and others -- all converge on Los Angeles at midnight. Their treks take them through the Griffith Observatory which because of those odd hours astronomers keep, could conceivably be open. Other locales are interestingly open too, apparently Los Angeles never sleeps. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, Rovi


David Naughton
as Adam
Debra Clinger
as Laura
Eddie Deezen
as Wesley
Brad Wilkin
as Lavitas
Maggie Roswell
as Donna
Stephen Furst
as Harold
Irene Tedrow
as Mrs. Grimhaus
Michael J. Fox
as Scott
Joel Kenney
as Flynch
Alan Solomon
as Leon
Charlie Brill
as Tennant #1
Elven Havard
as Cop #2
Paul Reubens
as Pinball Proprietor
Loretta Tupper
as Elderly Lady
Bert Williams
as Security Captain
Georgia Schmidt
as Old Lady In Car
Sal Lopez
as Blade
Kirsten Baker
as Sunshine
John Voldstad
as Bellboy
Marvin Katzoff
as Dobster #1
Tony Salome
as Irving
Dirk Blocker
as Blaylak
Brian Frishman
as Barf
Paula Victor
as Cashier
Andy Tennant
as Melio
Dick Winslow
as Tourist
David Shelley
as Harold's Father
Pilar del Rey
as Miniature Golf Mom
Marvin Kaplan
as Bonaventure Desk Clerk
Deborah Richter
as Candy
Ernie Fuentes
as Miniature Golf Dad
Tom Wright
as Cop #1
Curt Ayers
as Armpit
Don Maxwell
as Bratty Kid's Dad


Michael Nankin
David Wechter
David Wechter
Michael Nankin
Ron Miller
Michael Nankin
David Wechter
Louis Mann
Production Designer
Herb Taylor
Sound/Sound Designer
Bill Shepard