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Frank's place. [Night business]

Author: Hugh WilsonMax TashTim ReidDavid ChambersRichard DubinAll authors
Publisher: United States : [CBS, 1988-02-03]
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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Business is bad, and Bubba suggests that Frank hire a professional restaurant consultant. The consultant tells Frank that he has too many doors for employees to use in stealing from him, that he should cook with more salt to make his customers thirsty (with Frank protesting that black people have high blood pressure), and that he needs to build up his "night business," giving out advertising flyers in tourist  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Black films and programs
Situation comedies
Drama
Named Person: Bo Diddley
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Hugh Wilson; Max Tash; Tim Reid; David Chambers; Richard Dubin; Samm-Art Williams; Mike Moder; Robert Harper; Daphne Maxwell Reid; Francesca P Roberts; Frances E Williams; Virginia Capers; Tony Burton; Charles Lampkin; Lincoln Kilpatrick; William Thomas, Jr; Don Yesso; Marvin V Rush; Jacqueline Webber; Robert Souders; Pat Welch; Billie "Weenie " Jordan; Ora Green; Steve Tyrell; Mark Meyerson; Viacom Inc.; CBS Inc.
OCLC Number: 422906543
Notes: Episode title supplied from videocassette box.
Originally broadcast on CBS. Network and broadcast date supplied from accompanying documentation.
Production no. 8717.
Copyright notice on videocassette: c1988, Viacom Productions.
Credits: Director of photography, Marvin V. Rush. Production designer, Jacqueline Webber. Editor, Robert Souders. Unit production manager, Hap Weyman; first assistant director, Leslie L. Jackson; second assistant director, Ernest J. Johnson. Casting by Deborah Barylski. Production sound mixer, Michael Ballin; script supervisor, Dell Ross; sound editors, Echo Film Services, Inc. Set decorator, Robert L. Zilliox; property master, Carlos Acosta; gaffer, Drain Marshall; key grip, Bill Hunt. Costume designer, Pat Welch. Costumers, Thalia MacArthur, Jesse Fields; make up, Billie "Weenie" Jordan; hair stylist, Ora Green. Music by Tyrell Music Group. Music supervision, Steve Tyrell, Mark Meyerson.
Cast: Starring Tim Reid [(Frank Parrish)]. Robert Harper [(Sy "Bubba" Weisburger)]. Daphne Maxwell Reid [(Hannah Griffin)]. Francesca P. Roberts [(Anna-May)]. Frances E. Williams [(Miss Marie)]. Virginia Capers [(Mrs. Bertha Griffin-Lamour)]. Tony Burton [(Big Arthur)]. Charles Lampkin [(Tiger Shepin)]. Lincoln Kilpatrick [(Reverend Deal)]. William Thomas, Jr. [(Cool Charles)]. Don Yesso [(Shorty La Roux)]. Guest starring Jack Kehler as Buddy. Guest starring Richard Brestoff as David Ballentine [consultant]. Co-starring William Frankfather as father, Vincent J. Isaac as Lionel, Pamela Roberts as woman, Mary Pat Gleason as mother, Thomas Gist as customer. Featuring the Mighty Echoes as the Haystackers, Charlie Davis, John Hostetter, Joey Melore, Harvey Shield.
Other Titles: Night business
Frank's place.
Responsibility: Viacom Productions ; created by Hugh Wilson ; written by Hugh Wilson ; directed by Max Tash ; executive producers, Hugh Wilson, Tim Reid ; producer, Max Tash ; producer, David Chambers ; co-producers, Richard Dubin, Samm-Art Williams ; executive in charge of production, Mike Moder.

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Business is bad, and Bubba suggests that Frank hire a professional restaurant consultant. The consultant tells Frank that he has too many doors for employees to use in stealing from him, that he should cook with more salt to make his customers thirsty (with Frank protesting that black people have high blood pressure), and that he needs to build up his "night business," giving out advertising flyers in tourist hotels, paying cabdrivers to deliver customers, having a parking valet, serving nothing but fried chicken and ribs, and replacing his office with a bandstand and live entertainment. Frank's new bandstand blocks the entrance to the restrooms. Tiger hates the cost control automation at the bar, remarking that "automation undermines the responsibility of the individual." Frank hires a booking agent who promises Bo Diddley but delivers a folk singing group called the Haystackers. Some of the new customers are wives of old customers who thought their husbands were at work, not sitting at the bar drinking. The Haystackers sing Pick a bale of cotton, and Tom Dooley, and are popular only with a set of tourist parents (even their kids hate them) and one transvestite; Frank's regular customers hate them. The parking valet reports that two of the cars were stolen and one was wrecked.

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