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Graduation Day (1-May-1981)

Director: Herb Freed

Writers: David Baughn; Herb Freed; Anne Marisse

Music by: Arthur Kempel

Producers: David Baughn; Herb Freed

Keywords: Horror, High School

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Carmen Argenziano
Actor
27-Oct-1943   Selmak on Stargate: SG-1
Christopher George
Actor
25-Feb-1929 28-Nov-1983 The Rat Patrol
Billy Hufsey
Actor
8-Dec-1958   Christopher Donlon on Fame
E. J. Peaker
Actor
22-Feb-1944   Hello, Dolly!
Linnea Quigley
Actor
27-May-1958   Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama
Vanna White
Game Show Host
18-Feb-1957   Letter turner, Wheel of Fortune

CAST

starring
Christopher George   ...   Coach Michaels
Patch Mackenzie   ...   Anne Ramstead
special guest appearance
E. J. Peaker   ...   Blondie
introducing
E. Danny Murphy   ...   Kevin
also starring
Michael Pataki   ...   Guglione
Richard Balin   ...   Roberts
Carmen Argenziano   ...   Halliday
Virgil Frye   ...   MacGregor
Beverly Dixon   ...   Elaine Ramstead
Hal Bokar   ...   Ronald Corliss
Linnea Quigley   ...   Dolores
Denise Cheshire   ...   Sally
Billy Hufsey   ...   Tony
Tom Hintnaus   ...   Pete
Carl Rey   ...   Ralph
Karen Abbott   ...   Joanne
Vanna White   ...   Doris
Ruth Ann Llorens   ...   Laura
Patrick Wright   ...   Truck Driver
Aaron Butler   ...   Photographer
Viola Kates Stimpson   ...   Mrs. Badger
Erica Hope   ...   Diana
Grant Loud   ...   Singer
special appearance by
Felony   ...   Themselves

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