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Night Court (1984 - 1992)

Night Court (1984 - 1992)

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Series Info

Courtroom shenanigans sustained this long-running sitcom about a boyish-looking judge with an unconventional manner on the bench; his Manhattan court staff; and the night people who appear before him. John Larroquette won four consecutive supporting Emmys as lustful ADA Dan Fielding. 'Now I'm officially overwhelmed,' he said after win No. 4.

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1991, NBC, 22 episodes

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1990, NBC, 24 episodes

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1989, NBC, 24 episodes

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1988, NBC, 22 episodes

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1987, NBC, 22 episodes

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1986, NBC, 22 episodes

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1985, NBC, 22 episodes

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1984, NBC, 22 episodes

Cast

Harry Anderson
as Judge Harry T. Stone
John Larroquette
as ADA Dan Fielding
Richard Moll
as Bailiff Nostradamus `Bull' Shannon
Karen Austin
as Lana Wagner
Paula Kelly
as Liz Williams
Selma Diamond
as Selma Hacker
Ellen Foley
as Billie Young
Charlie Robinson
as Mac Robinson
Markie Post
as Christine Sullivan
Florence Halop
as Florence Kleiner
Marsha Warfield
as Roz Russell
Terry Kiser
as Al Craven
S. Marc Jordan
as Jack Griffin
Joleen Lutz
as Lisette Hocheiser
William Utay
as Will Sanders
Mike Finneran
as Art Fensterman
Denice Kumagai
as Quon Lee Robinson
John Astin
as Buddy Ryan
Mary Cadorette
as Margaret Turner
Brent Spiner
as Bob Wheeler
Mel Tormé
as Himself
Jack Riley
as Dutton
Annie O'Donnell
as June Wheeler
Dan Frishman
as Vincent Daniels
Estelle Harris
as Easy Mary
Jeremy Lawrence
as Nesbit Sherman
Rita Taggart
as Carla B.
Stanley Brock
as Vincent Phrago
Raye Birk
as Dworkin
Gary Grossman
as Mr. Feldman
Walter Olkewicz
as Mr. Freedman
Michael McManus
as Dr. Mooney
Fred Applegate
as Computer Expert
Stuart Pankin
as Dr. Melnick
Gail Strickland
as Sheila Gardiner
Philip Sterling
as Leonard Bloom
Bert Parks
as Himself
Alan Worth
as Womack
George Coe
as Peter Collingswood
D.D. Howard
as Charly Tracy
Ray Walston
as Judge Martin A. Landis
Bill Applebaum
as Martin Meegle
Anthony Russell
as Mr. Rassulo
Lois Foraker
as Mrs. Quinn
Cathy McAuley
as Matchmaker
George Murdock
as Hank Mire
Lou Bonacki
as Mr. Kamen
Eddie Barth
as Blacky Buzzlick
Fran Ryan
as Ethel
Alice Drummond
as Mavis Tuttle
Kenneth Tigar
as Defendant
Michael Fairman
as Judge Casement
Jeanette Nolan
as Dan's Mom
Phil Proctor
as DeYoung
John Welsh
as Dr. Friedman
Larry Gelman
as Singing Heart
Jason Bernard
as Judge Willard
Wil Albert
as Man in Bathroom
Ron Boussom
as Mr. DeYoung
Eugene Roche
as Christine's Father
Daniel Frishman
as Dan's Boss
Margot Rose
as Ms. Lund
Gino Conforti
as Hotel Manager
Bob Sarlatte
as Nick Costanza
Pam Grier
as Benay
Dick Butkus
as Stanley
Kelly Hu
as Kista
Gregory Itzin
as Warrem Karr
Murphy Dunne
as J. Anthony
Jan Rabson
as Laughton
Todd Susman
as Rodgers
Keri Houlihan
as Carol Ann Wheeler
Amy Hill
as Namilana
Richard Stahl
as Dr. Peter Green
Nicholas Worth
as Sister Ralph
Hennen Chambers
as Mr. Sanders
Matt Landers
as Hacksaw
Alix Elias
as Stanley's Wife
Howard Honig
as Man in Cafeteria
Keye Luke
as Grandfather Ho
George Pentecost
as Dr. Osborne
Isabella Hofmann
as Dr. Townsend
Denny Dillon
as Trainee
Jennifer Richards
as Iris Keller
Peggy Pope
as Anita Dubois
Tessa Richarde
as Aphrodite
Jeff Doucette
as Dr. Dumont
Doris Hess
as Martha
Don Amendolia
as Mr. Barsotti
Debi Monahan
as Roxanne
Barbara Brownell
as Mrs. Laporta
Richard Roat
as Dr. DeLeon
Harry Frazier
as Derelict
Ronn Lucas
as Dennis
Christine Belford
as Clare Monroe
Vincent Schiavelli
as Peter DeMarco
Philip Abbott
as Major Pritchard
Brianne Leary
as Marjorie
Ron Fassler
as Bob Miller
Alan Haufrect
as Dr. Howard
George DelHoyo
as Bob Mason
Marty Zagon
as Charles Stempel
Teresa Parente
as Mary Theresa
Michael Richards
as Eugene Sleighbough
Karen Powell
as Girl in Restaurant
Janice Lynde
as Toni Corbin
Bobbi Jo Lathan
as Ginger Lee
Nana Visitor
as Valerie Sanders
Marion Ross
as Mrs. Daley
Gary Owens
as Deejay
Paul Kreppel
as Guy Harris
Robert Englund
as Arnold Prebinger
Beau Starr
as Sheldon
Gary Kroeger
as Judge Cleaver
Tona Dodd
as Papaya Patty
Irena Ferris
as Ludmila
Roy Brocksmith
as Dr. Wiggle
Mary Stavin
as Jacqueline
James Avery
as Judge Higgins
Marty Pollio
as Jack's Son
Al Ruscio
as Foley
Carlos La Camara
as Paco Chaconne
Cal Gibson
as Man in Courtroom #1
Phil Rubenstein
as Phillip Falcone
Paddi Edwards
as Bull's Mom
Susan Diol
as Dan's Sister
Greg Norberg
as Fire Chief
John O'Leary
as Gynecologist
Sebastian Massa
as Sumo Wrestler
Linda Hoy
as Stenographer
Miriam Flynn
as Phyllis
John Dullaghan
as Man in Courtroom
Biff Yeager
as Bailiff
Bill Capizzi
as Mr. Poplinsky
Lisa Montgomery
as Miss Crosstown Bus
Raymond Singer
as Mr. Brush
Clifton James
as Reverend
Donna Lynn Leavy
as Ms. Adrian
Earl Boen
as Arnold Burger
Don Calfa
as Miles
Leonard Stone
as Nikolai Karpov
Rebecca Holden
as Mary Korchak
Jeanette Miller
as Kitten Latouche
Jordan Charney
as McCracken
Bibi Besch
as Mrs. Rollins
Maurice Marsac
as Headwaiter
Edgar Justice
as Father Luke
Timothy Dang
as Maurice
Turk Pipkin
as Vicki Horwitz
K Callan
as Mrs. Fletzker
Channing Chase
as Mrs. Stapleton
Beverly Sanders
as Mrs. Cooper
Allan Kolman
as Dimitri
John Achorn
as John Weary
Janis Paige
as Eleanor Brandon
Ron Feinberg
as Man in Dress
Philip Bruns
as Mr. Hubble
Jeff Harlan
as Dr. Glass
Lou Ferrigno
as Rustkowski
Gordon Jump
as Glasgow
Susan Ruttan
as Mrs. Blake
Greg Lewis
as Kostas
Don Stark
as Monroe
Rob Neukirch
as Walter Watts
King Moody
as Mike Sr.
Henry Sanders
as Leo Bell
Lu Leonard
as Mother Frances
Dawson Mays
as Reporter
Joe Alfasa
as David Evans
Joe Alaskey
as Thomas Dobbs
Joe Regalbuto
as Bert Felch
Candice Azzara
as Lorna Huebner
Carol Swarbrick
as Wendy Hampton
Doug Hale
as Lincoln
Steven Barr
as Higgins
Kurt Knudson
as Dr. Keating
Sandy Martin
as Woman in Audience
I.M. Hobson
as Maitre D'
Julie Andelman
as Shrill Woman
Theresa Bell
as Evangeline
Mary Pat Gleason
as Sister Ruth
Cristine Rose
as Dr. Weeks
Alan Johnson
as Agent #1
Nancy Marchand
as Incumbent
Eve Smith
as Mrs. Sheldon
Brian Kaiser
as Wolfman
Nick Ullett
as Maitre D'
Paul Collins
as Lawrence Farrington
Stephen Root
as Spirit of Death
Larry Linville
as Dr. Byrnes
Melanie Vincz
as Miss USA ("Buffy")
Bunny Summers
as Cafeteria Cashier
Arva Holt
as Woman in Audience
John C. Becher
as Judge Tallon
Brian Greene
as Accordian Player
Geoffrey Scott
as Billie's Boyfriend
Sue Cash
as Linda Eagan
Nick Toth
as Gintz
Wayne Grace
as Roosevelt
Keene Curtis
as Klimmer
John Wheeler
as Mr. Perine
Patrick Richwood
as Old Trekker
Tony Todd
as Crumrine
Lissa Negrin
as Miss Nicholson
Dean Hill
as Mark Monroe
Alan North
as Womack
Helen Verbit
as Norma Gilpin
Faith Minton
as Elsa Davinovich
Simmy Bow
as Doctor
Barry O'Neill
as Little Boy
Charles Woolf
as Mr. Fitzgerald
Tom Henschel
as Joseph Williams
Dan Gerrity
as Developer
Eileen Seeley
as Debby Rollins
Donna Hardy
as Margaret Keane
John McIntire
as Dan's Dad
Jimmy Lennon Sr.
as Ring Announcer
John Lykes
as Defector
Mario Roccuzzo
as Mario Eisenhower
Fran Drescher
as Miriam Brody
Michael Gross
as Christine's Boss
Dee Booher
as Maggie
Jane Dulo
as Ursula
Roger Nolan
as Mike Jr.
Shirley Prestia
as Spiritualist
Debbie McLeod
as Miss Walsh
Sandy Ward
as Senior Partner
Katie Layman
as Victoria
Peter Jurasik
as Leonard Brandon
Paul Ryan
as Talk Show Host
Ernest Harada
as Ernie Tanaka
Eda Reiss Merin
as Gertrude Stuckey
Linda Hart
as Angela
Erica Yohn
as Madam Loretta
Lorry Goldman
as Paul Hodo
Sumant
as Guru
Jeanne Mori
as Princess
David Sederholm
as Biff Buff
Biff Wiff
as Philllips
Bill Evans
as Arnold
Randy Brenner
as Earl Smits
Gordon Clapp
as Bull's Cousin
Marcia del Mar
as Elaine Chaconne
Sam Lloyd
as Waiter
David Wiley
as Partner #2
Andre Gower
as Brian Reader
Lionel Douglass
as Pie Thrower #2
Jake Dengel
as Fengler
Mitch Kreindel
as The Doctor
Marcia Wallace
as Miss Phillips
Lang Yun
as Mrs. Shink Ki Woo
Jed Mills
as Frank
Alan Shearman
as Jack Brennan
Charles Levin
as Mark Colson
Della Reese
as Roz's Aunt
Jodi Carlisle
as Columnist
Ken Myles
as Con-Ed Worker
Donna Ponterotto
as Peaches Barshay
Danna Hansen
as Mrs. Perine
Sonja Haney
as Bag Lady
Terri Hanauer
as Miss Hendley
Patricia Healy
as Miss Turnstile
Olivia Barash
as Mary Elaine Montgomery
Todd Sussman
as Edward Antoine
Iona Morris
as Adopting Mother
Delores Albin
as Mrs. MacNulty
Jay Robinson
as Jeffries
Ellen Ratner
as Female Caroler
Janet Zarish
as Dan's Opponent
James Nardini
as Mr. Williger
Ken Sagoes
as New Trekker
Bob Bancroft
as Cafeteria Man
Natalie Core
as Mrs. Fostmulleur
Vera Lockwood
as Angela Schiavelli
Adele Yoshioka
as Miss Japan
Titos Vandis
as Papa Jack
Dennis Burkley
as Angry Man
Jim Bailey
as Chip/Charlene
J.J. Barry
as Arnold
Nedra Volz
as Little Old Lady
Allan Rich
as Dr. Bruce
Darwyn Carson
as Francine LaRue
Harvey Jason
as Maurice
Lezlie Deane
as Bonnie Wane
Carol Ann Susi
as Mara Bernstein
Ben Slack
as Mr. Austin
Eric Menyuk
as Pizza Guy
Arlan Feiles
as Delivery Boy
Jack Axelrod
as Mr. Williams
Cathy Shambley
as Female Dancer
Dean Wein
as Mr. McCutty
Billy Cohen
as Child Star
Joel Sweto
as Producer
Laura Summer
as Obsessed Fan
Amy O'Neill
as Jenny Reader
Peter Renaday
as Juvenile Services Asst.
Lisle Wilson
as Adopting Father
Sela Ward
as Christine's Friend
Robert Barron
as Masked Man
Erik Howell
as Washington
Ray Singer
as Prosecuting Attorney
Lisa Pescia
as Flamona
Gail Edwards
as Secretary
Arte Johnson
as Yakov's Father
Beth Robbins
as Reporter #1
Sydney Urshan
as Court Jester
Rene Jones
as Lenore
Marti Muller
as Coat Check Girl
Rachel Sweet
as Waitress
Benny Grant
as Tony Jr.
Michael Hoit
as Paramedic
Doug MacHugh
as Dracula
Stephen Lee
as Frederick Streiko
Nicole Chamberlain
as Miss Mass Transit
Kevin Peter Hall
as Wendell Martin
Kate Sullivan
as Stripper
Michael Michaud
as Delivery Man
Bruno Alexander
as Attendant #1
Tony Rizzoli
as William Volge
Taunie Vrenon
as Mrs. Williger
Shirley Jo Finney
as Mrs. Williams
Archie Hahn III
as Mr. Harrington
Ralph Bruneau
as Mr. Adam
Lee Arenberg
as DiJilly
Heath Jobes
as Mr. Mitwell
Mary Garripoli
as Secretary
Jim Doughan
as Jason the Pleading Man
John Aprea
as Mobster
Sally Jane Heit
as Judge Katherine Bell
Ben Hartigan
as Mr. Crane
Jeri Gaile
as Miranda
Angus Duncan
as Fireman
Reid Asato
as Sumo Wrestler
Troy Evans
as Fire Captain
Annette McCarthy
as Journalist
Harold Pruett
as Joey Blake
Brent Hinkley
as Jeffrey Zane
Roger Scott
as Male Dancer
Ruth Manning
as Mrs. Marsden
Bill Calvert
as Street Artist
Valorie Armstrong
as Mrs. Fyborg
Darlene J. Hall
as Roz Lookalike
Dona Hardy
as Margaret
Peter Iacangelo
as Police Officer
Logan Ramsey
as Morris Buckner
Steve Jones
as FBI Agent
Corinne Wahl
as Voluptuous Woman
Rif Hutton
as Marshal
Bruce French
as Mr. Laporta
Cynthia Mace
as Newscaster
Paul Sand
as Prof. Crowley
Pete Schrum
as Dock Worker
Diane Robin
as Mandy Davis
Ron Taylor
as Attendant Cal
Chi-Muoi Lo
as Kid in Vietnam
Lisa Jakub
as Barbie
Joey Simmrin
as Little Bull
Bill Handy
as Bull Lookalike
Glenn Shadix
as Columnist
Essex Smith
as Prisoner #1
Catherine Cahn
as Sister Laurie
Willie Leong
as Chinese Man
Lawrence Dobkin
as Supreme-Court Justice
Tad Horino
as Interpreter
Bob Gunter
as Waiter
Nick Tate
as Taylor
Norman Bartold
as Mr. Reynolds
Wesley Mann
as Mr. Danielson
Lou Hancock
as Mrs. Klemper
Joel Swetow
as Producer
Al Fann
as Merrill
Kerry Stein
as Rappin' Rabbi
Roger E. Mosley
as Roz's Husband
Karl Johnson
as Dave Costanza
Chuck Kovacic
as Rabbi #2
Jeff Chayette
as Rabbi #3
Matt Love
as Clown
James Paradise
as Mr. Robbins
Steve DeVorkin
as Mr. Shafer
Larry Wright
as Member of Quartet
Peter Neushul
as Member of Quartet
Doug Anderson
as Member of Quartet
James Kline
as Member of Quartet
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Series Details

TV Network: NBC
Premiere Date: Jan 4, 1984
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Marsha Posner-Williams, Gary Murphy, Chris Cluess
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