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Cast: Vic Polizos, William Utay, Robi Reed, Nona Gaye, Dennis Lee Kelly, Berlinda Tolbert, Thomas Mikal Ford, Michael Lerner, Michael Stroka, Ji-Tu Cumbuka, Stan Shaw, Roy Lee Jones, Eugene Robert Glazer, Steve White, Miguel A. Núñez, Jr., Della Reese, David Marciano, Robin Harris, Clifford Strong, Marc Figueroa, Karen Armstead, Prince C. Spencer, Ty Granderson Jones, Danny Aiello, Mike Genovese, Desi Arnez Hines II, George Kyle, Rudy Challenger, Michelle Stevenson, Robert Vento, Howard Sims, Nick Savage, Bill Bateman, Reynaldo Rey, Dexter A. Wilkins, Dennis Kemper, Redd Foxx, Jasmine Guy, Woody Omens, Carmen Filpi, Eddie Murphy, J. Kennedy Horne, Roberto Durán, Gene Hartline, Don Familton, Joe Pecoraro, Larry L. Johnson, Kathleen Bradley, Joe Littlefield, Alvin Silver, Margaret Wheeler, Arsenio Hall, Ray Murphy Sr., Chris Jackson, Johnny Lee Smith, Lela Rochon, Michael Buffer, Clarence M. Landry, Roger E. Reid, Dan Tullis Jr., Eddie Smith, Donald Nardini, Don Blakely, Charlie Murphy, Michael Goldfinger, Richard Pryor, Randy Harris, Bobby McGee, Lezley Price, Rick Aiello (Show Less)
Harlem Nights is a 1989 comedy-drama crime film starring Eddie Murphy and Richard Pryor. The film featured Michael Lerner, Danny Aiello, Redd Foxx, Della Reese and Murphy's brother Charlie Murphy. Murphy and Pryor star as a team running a nightclub in late-1930s Harlem, New York while contending... ... Show More
Harlem Nights is a 1989 comedy-drama crime film starring Eddie Murphy and Richard Pryor. The film featured Michael Lerner, Danny Aiello, Redd Foxx, Della Reese and Murphy's brother Charlie Murphy. Murphy and Pryor star as a team running a nightclub in late-1930s Harlem, New York while contending with gangsters and corrupt police officials. Murphy wrote and directed the film and served as an executive producer. He had always wanted to direct and star in a period piece, as well as work with Pryor, whom he considered his greatest influence in stand-up comedy. Although Harlem Nights was a critical failure, it was a financial success, grossing 3½ times the amount it cost to make it. Despite its negative review from critics, the movie is considered as a comedy classic. Show Less
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