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Night Court

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Night Court
Night Court
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Awards

  • 1988 - Emmy - Outstanding Comedy Series - nominated
  • 1988 - Emmy - Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series - winner
  • 1988 - Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television - nominated
  • 1987 - Emmy - Outstanding Comedy Series - nominated

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Harry Anderson
Judge Harry T. Stone
Mike Finneran
Art
Charles Robinson
Mac

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