When it comes to drama, the 1970s were perhaps the best decade in film. For comedies, it might be the 1980s. In addition to blockbusters like Ghostbusters, Beverly Hills Cop, and Caddyshack, the time period was ripe with enduring comedy classics. Take a look at 10 you can stream on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and Disney+ right now.

1. The Golden Child (1986)

Eddie Murphy continued a string of box office successes with this supernatural comedy about a social worker who tries to protect a Tibetan child from those who want to harness his powers for themselves. Murphy met with George Miller (Mad Max) to direct, but ultimately decided on Michael Ritchie (Fletch).

Watch it: Netflix

2. Midnight Run (1988)

Robert De Niro and the late Charles Grodin star in this action-comedy about a bounty hunter (De Niro) tasked with transporting a mob informant (Grodin) across the country, with criminals and cops alike in hot pursuit. At the time the movie was shot, director Martin Brest said the only videocassette he owned was a copy of De Niro's 1980 classic Raging Bull.

Watch it: Netflix

3. Mystic Pizza (1988)

Julia Roberts snagged an important early role in this winning romantic comedy about three teenagers working at a pizza parlor who navigate choppy adult waters in a small fishing town. Roberts’s next film, 1989’s Steel Magnolias, would earn her an Oscar nomination.

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4. Back to School (1986)

Rodney Dangerfield scored the biggest hit of his career as Thornton Mellon, a middle-aged man who enrolls in college so that his son doesn’t drop out. Robert Downey Jr. co-stars; Jim Carrey was considered for the role of a put-upon professor that eventually went to Sam Kinison.

Watch it: Amazon Prime

5. Raising Arizona (1987)

The Coen Brothers cemented their place as the most irreverent directorial duo in movies with this offbeat tale of deadbeat H.I. "Hi" McDunnough (Nicolas Cage), who decides the best path to happiness for he and his beloved wife, ex-cop Ed (Holly Hunter), is to kidnap one of a rich man’s quintuplets. Kevin Costner auditioned for the leading role.

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6. “Crocodile” Dundee II (1988)

Paul Hogan returns as the affable outback dweller in this sequel to the surprise 1986 hit. This time, Dundee and his girlfriend (Linda Kozlowski, who married Hogan in real life in 1990) run afoul of drug dealers.

Watch it: Amazon Prime

7. Teen Wolf (1985)

Michael J. Fox had his second big hit of 1985 following Back to the Future with this comedy about a teen who finds his werewolf side is a boost to his social and athletic pursuits. Fox saw his recognition rise sharply during filming, as NBC moved his sitcom Family Ties to a better time slot while it was in production—extras started screaming when they saw him.

Watch it: Hulu

8. Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1987)

Steve Martin and John Candy teamed up for this holiday staple about two travelers who wind up joined at the hip while trying to get back home. Martin was said to have been concerned by the length of writer-director John Hughes’s script, which came in at 145 pages—long for a comedy. Martin later said the rough cut was over four hours long.

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9. Adventures in Babysitting (1987)

Elisabeth Shue stars in this definitive all-ages comedy about a babysitter who navigates a hazardous night in Chicago with her young charges. Producers had considered Molly Ringwald for the lead role.

Watch it: Disney+

10. Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989)

Rick Moranis started a franchise with this family comedy about a scientist who manages to shrink his children to a quarter-inch tall. The film was a big hit, and it may have had Batman (1989) to thank. Some box office observers noted that moviegoers hoping to see the Tim Burton movie and seeing it was sold out opted to head for Honey instead.

Watch it: Disney+