TBT: 1982 Michael Keaton Had Some Fly Style
Damn, look at that jacket. You could sell that puppy to a Lawrenceville hipster for $300+. As a matter of fact, that whole outfit would get some fantastic bank.
Ever see the 1982 movie Night Shift? That's what this pic is from and it doesn't just feature Michael Keaton in his first starring role. Oh hell no, it also stars one Arthur Fonzarelli, aka: Henry Winkler, aka: The Fonz who plays a funeral parlor attendant that, with the cajoling of Keaton, decides to open an overnight prostitution ring in said funeral parlor, creating some really good comedy that Keaton really shines in. Roll that beautiful bean footage!
Also, to keep with the Happy Days theme it's directed by Ron "Richie Cunningham" Howard and has several youthful cameos in it including Kevin Costner and Shannen Doherty.
Is this on Netflix? I don't have a clue, but you should find a way to watch Night Shift - show Mikey Keatz some love and just please be kind, rewind.