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Open All Night 

Gordon Feester runs a 24-hour convenience store, where something amusing is always going on.
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1982   1981  
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Complete series cast summary:
George Dzundza ...  Gordon Feester 13 episodes, 1981-1982
Susan Tyrrell ...  Gretchen Feester 13 episodes, 1981-1982
Sam Whipple ...  Terry Hoffmeister 13 episodes, 1981-1982
Jay Tarses ...  Officer Steve 13 episodes, 1981-1982
Bever-Leigh Banfield ...  Officer Edie 13 episodes, 1981-1982
Bubba Smith ...  Robin 13 episodes, 1981-1982
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Gordon Feester runs a 24-hour convenience store, where something amusing is always going on.

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Meet Gordon Feester, owner of a 24-hour mini-mart... where the door's always open to fun!

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 November 1981 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Abierto toda la noche See more »

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Freeway Productions See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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Jay Tarses, who starred as Officer Steve, was also one of the show's creators. See more »

Connections

Remake of Open All Hours (1976) See more »

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VERY Funny!!
13 November 2004 | by rzvk1See all my reviews

This show was based on an English show of the same title, I believe. It was written well and not short on laughs. A line that sticks out happened when the son, Terry Feester played by Sam Whipple, was eating frozen french fries and the father told him he was supposed to cook them first and, in a very Jeff Spiccoli manor, he replied, "Not if you like them crunchy." Much like Kramer on Seinfeld, the son would come in at inopportune times with lines like, "Have you seen my Hulk head?" George Dzundza as Gordon Feester was excellent. There were only twelve shows and I think it only lasted four months. I'm pretty sure it ran on Friday nights. Maybe if they had tried another time slot. Too bad they didn't give it a chance.


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