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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Room 222' in the 1970s:

1970s Episode Guide for 'Room 222':

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

September 17, 1969: Richie's Story
Season 1, episode 1
W: James L. Brooks   D: Gene Reynolds

With Sidney Clute (Charlie), Roy Stuart (Mr. Stuart), Jan Shutan (Bonnie).
Liz McIntye discovers that Richie Lane, an outstanding student, used a false address to enroll at Walt Whitman.

September 24, 1969: Naked Came We Into The World
Season 1, episode 2
W: George Kirgo   D: Alan Rafkin

With Teri Garr (Marianne), Sidney Clute (Mr. Reiger), Keone Young (Howie Wong).
Student teacher Alice Johnson's elation at serving as faculty adviser for the annual Junior Class Follies does a fast fade when a shy pupil suggests they emulate the current trend -- have everyone in the show take their clothes off.

October 1, 1969: Funny Boy
Season 1, episode 3
W: Allan Burns   D: Gene Reynolds

With Liam Dunn (Gordon Walters), Richard Bull (Bill Cruiclshank), Elliott Street (Harvey Butcher), Flip Mark (Neil Kovack), Heather Menzies (Girl in Newspaper Office).
Pete Dixon's teachng skill is sorely tested when a boy, who masks his sensitivity to being overweight and unattractive by clowning, is transferred to his class.

October 8, 1969: The Coat
Season 1, episode 4
W: Michael Zagor   D: Gene Reynolds

With Mary-Robin Redd (Tanya Scott), Ivor Francis (Mr. Dragen).
Student Jason Allen makes fun of Liz when she insists he take an aptitude test even though he won't be going to college.

October 15, 1969: The Flu
Season 1, episode 5
W: Allan Burns   D: Leo Penn

With Patsy Garrett (Mrs. Vaughn), John Rubinstein (Martin Kaufman), Lilly Lyman (School Nurse), Jan Shutan (Bonnie), Sidney Clute (Mr. Reiger), Yvonne Wilder (Mrs. Guerrero).
Principal Seymour Kaufman tries to keep Walt Whitman High open during an epidemic, but rejects the offer of aid made by his son, who proposes a Peace Corps method for staffing classes.

October 22, 1969: First We'll Eat, Then We'll Strike
Season 1, episode 6
W: Treva Silverman   D: Gene Reynolds

With Ivor Francis (Mr. Dragen), Robert Casper (Mr. Wisegarten), Gino Conforti (Al Benson), Helen Kleeb (Miss Tandy), Bill Zuckert (E.Y. Yarnell), Robert Gibbons (Edwin Carvello), Paul Kent (George Nardino), Royce Wallace (Ethel Bainter).
Pete Dixon, reluctant head of a protest committee supporting a school bond issue, has to inform principal Kaufman that the teachers are going to strike.

October 29, 1969: Teacher's Dropping Out
Season 1, episode 7
W: Peggy Elliott   D: Gene Reynolds

With Frank Campanella (Joe Ralston), Morris Erby (Lou Hershey), Jan Burrell (Mary Ralston), Joycelyne Lew (Sarah), Amentha Dymally (Louise Hershey), Larry McCormick (Arthur Dillon).
Pete Dixon does such a good job in helping high-school dropouts in job training programs that he gets an offer of an executive post with a large corporation.

November 5, 1969: Our Teacher Is Obsolete
Season 1, episode 8
W: Ron Rubin   D: William Wiard

With Helen Kleeb (Miss Tandy), Jan Shutan (Bonnie), Robin Eccles (Marion), Bob Carricart (Ralph).
Liz McIntyre substitutes for the teacher of a Preparation for Marriage course and the students decide they like her better than fussy Miss Tandy.

November 12, 1969: Triple Date
Season 1, episode 9
W: Jeanne Taylor   D: Gerald Mayer

With Lynn Hamilton (Mrs. Harris), Sid McCoy (Mr. Harris), Brenda Sykes (Elaine Harris).
Jason's feelings are hurt when he goes to pick up his date and is rejected by her conservative, middle-class father.

November 19, 1969: Fathers And Sons
Season 1, episode 10
W: John Whedon, Ron Rubin   D: Terry Becker

With William Schallert (Dr. Garrett), Ann Morgan Guilbert (Mrs. Garrett), Richard X. Slattery (Police Sergeant), Bob Balaban (Grady Garrett), Karl Lukas (Policeman), George Barrows (Foreman).
Dr. Garrett believes that Pete is filling his son Grady's head with crazy ideas. The matter comes up when Pete, in a discussion of Henry Thoreau, asks students to think about what he might have done if he were living on Pete's street, where the city is set to cut down trees the following day. Grady decides on action.

November 26, 1969: Alice In Blunderland
Season 1, episode 11
W: Steve Pritzker   D: Lee Philips

With Ed Begley Jr. (Bob), Bob Carricart (Fred), Judith Doty (Carol).
Alice Johnson panics when she is left to teach her first class alone in preparation for a visit from the supervisor of student teachers.

December 3, 1969: Clothes Make The Boy
Season 1, episode 12
W: Allan Burns   D: Lee Philips

With Ramon Bieri (Mr. Wagner), Bud Cort (Jerry Shaffer), Kenneth Mars (Charles Shaffer), Ta-Tanisha (Pam), Mary Jackson (Miss Dunphy), Jan Shutan (Bonnie), Ivor Francis (Mr. Dragen), Arthur Adams (Mr. Bellaver), Frank Webb (Mick Bridges).
Principal Kaufman becomes discouraged after trying to cope with disciplinary problems over attire by conferring with the parents of the worst offenders, and agrees to let Pete present the matter at the next PTA meeting.

December 10, 1969: Seventeen, Going On Twenty-Eight
Season 1, episode 13
W: Allan Burns   D: Terry Becker

With Diane Young (Leslie Gleason), Ta-Tanisha (Pam).
Pete Dixon gets into trouble at school when it turns out that a sophisticated girl he drove home and kissed goodnight is a scheming 12th grader.

December 17, 1969: The Exchange Teacher
Season 1, episode 14
W: Treva Silverman   D: William Wiard

With Charmion King (Dora Hughes), Donald Moffat (Lloyd Hollis), Jan Shutan (Bonnie), Ceil Cabot (Miss Price), Bonnie Jones (Miss Jones), Robert Casper (Barry Wisegarten), Hilly Hicks (Kenny).
A teacher from England inspires her students but disrupts academic life at Walt Whitman High with her breezy disregard for rules.

January 7, 1970: Operation Sandpile
Season 1, episode 17
W: George Kirgo   D: Richard Kinon

With Ellen Moss (Sara Olson), Meg Wyllie (Miss Randall), Ta-Tanisha (Pam).
One of Pete Dixon's students, Pam, brings her little sister to class because the baby-sitter failed to show up. So the other students follow suit.

January 14, 1970: Play It Loose
Season 1, episode 18
W: Ed Scharlach, Peggy Elliott, Steve Pritzker   D: Norman Abbott

With Shirley O'Hara (Teacher), Woodrow Parfrey (Mr. Granger), Douglas Rowe (Mr. Jenkins), Nancy Wilson (Michelle Scott), Philip Roth (Mr. Rauscher), Yvonne Wilder (Mrs. Musgrove).
A former student is enlisted to help curtail the school's dropout problem.

January 21, 1970: Goodbye, Mr. Hip
Season 1, episode 19
W: Dale McRaven   D: Terry Becker

With Bernie Kopell (Roger Duncan), Ta-Tanisha (Pam), Bob Carricart (Fred), Joe Crawford (Frank).
Mr. Kaufman warns a too-groovy teacher to stop joking with students about his use of marijuana before someone takes him seriously.

January 28, 1970: Once Upon A Time There Was Air You Couldn't See
Season 1, episode 20
W: John D.F. Black   D: Lee Philips

With Liam Dunn (Mr. Waters), Gloria Lord (Miss Jackson), Helena Hatcher (Teacher), Lieux Dressler (Waitress), Walter Brooke (Mr. Barker).
Pete and two of his students plan their own television campaign against smog.

February 11, 1970: The Whole World Can Hear You
Season 1, episode 21
W: E. Arthur Kean   D: Malcolm Black

With Bruce Kirby (Arnold Stopps), Priscilla Morrill (Customer), Ethelinn Block (Sharon Stopps), Betty Harford (Nancy Stopps), Barbara Perry (Pearl), Lillian Bronson (Grandmother).
Counselor Liz McIntyre is caught in the middle of a misunderstanding between a girl who is determined to become a beauty operator, and her parents, who are insistent that she prepare for college.

February 18, 1970: Ralph
Season 1, episode 22
W: Steve Pritzker   D: Leo Penn

With Ron Rifkin (Ralph Fisk), Bruce Kirby (Frank Muzak), Robert Casper (Barry Wisegarten), Mittie Lawrence (Judy Bangston), E.A. Sirianni (Ted Hart), Maye Henderson (Mrs. Stone).
Much to Liz McIntyre's annoyance, a student in adult education monopolizes Pete Dixon's time both in and out of class.

February 25, 1970: I Love You Charlie, I Love You Abbie
Season 1, episode 23
W: John D.F. Black   D: John Erman

With Brad David (Charlie), Kathleen Lloyd (Abbie), Cindy Williams (Rhoda Zagor), Ta-Tanisha (Pam), Shari Summers (Cindy), Rafael Lopez (Byron).
Pete and Liz inadvertently encourage the elopement plans of two students when they take the young people bowling, hoping to get them to change their minds.

March 4, 1970: The New Boy
Season 1, episode 24
W: Ronald Rubin   D: Gene Reynolds

With Ricky Kelman (Dennis Joplin), Ta-Tanisha (Pam), Jan Shutan (Bonnie), Jerry Hausner (Ticket Agent), Jamie Farr.
Pete Dixon copes with a problem student transferred to Whitman for social adjustment.

March 11, 1970: Funny Money
Season 1, episode 25
W: Steve Pritzker   D: Terry Becker

With Rob Reiner (Tony), Alan Vint (Bob), Alonzo Brown (Jack), Mary Gregory (Mrs. Lund), Willard Sage (Mrs. Ross), Mary Jackson (Mrs. Lanahan), Baker Black (Arlene), Rafael Lopez (Boy), Suzan E. Claude (Cashier), Herb Edelman.
Confronted by students who refuse to read and have no interest in grades, Pete Dixon comes up with a dramatic method of teaching that involves giving money to students that do well. The scheme causes a controversy that reaches all the way to the office of the superintendent.

March 18, 1970: Just Between Friends
Season 1, episode 26
W: George Aktins   D: Hal Cooper

With Ivor Francis (Mr. Dragen), Jan Shutan (Bonnie), James Wheaton (Parent), Jason Wingreen (Parent), Carmen Zapata (Mrs. Ruiz), Gloria Lord (Mrs. Jackson), Suzanne Taylor (Mrs. Musgrove), Henry Oliver (Mr. Turner).
Pete Dixon and Mr. Kaufman, friends and tennis partners, become angry opponents over the prospect of further overcrowding of classrooms because of rezoning.

September 23, 1970: Write On, Brother
Season 2, episode 1
W: John D.F. Black   D: Terry Becker

With Ramon Bieri (Gil Casey), Ivor Francis (Mr. Dragen), Wes Stern (Ted Winkler), Ta-Tanisha (Pam).
In the first episode of the second year, a class discussion of intolerable acts of oppression that led to the Revolutionary War brings on a student protest in the form of an underground newspaper.

September 30, 1970: The Laughing Majority
Season 2, episode 2
W: Richard DeRoy   D: Gene Reynolds

With Andrew Parks (David Kane), Jane Actman (Yvonne), Elliott Street (Harvey Butcher), Rick Moses (Duane), Linda Smith (Sally), Lisa Carole (Grace).
Pete Dixon's concern over the students' apathy toward the school elections is dissipated when a rotund jokester throws his hat into the ring.

October 7, 1970: The Lincoln Story
Season 2, episode 3
W: Bud Freeman   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Ed Begley Jr. (Willard), Irene Tedrow (Victoria Langley), Dana Elcar (Everett Styles), Holly Near (Esther Avedon).
Jason Allen and a bright white student he loathes clash over the Civil War and slavery while Pete Dixon is being judged as a Teacher of the Year in American History contest.

October 14, 1970: Adam's Lib
Season 2, episode 4
W: William Wood   D: William Wiard

With Terri Messina (Sandy Adams), Darrell Larson (Larry), William Bramley (Coach Windisch), Sidney Clute (Blackwell), Denice Stradling (Shirley), Tracy Carver (Halloran), Gary Marsh (Reporter).
The high school auto shop class and the basketball team become targets of a Women's Lib movement.

October 21, 1970: Choose One: And They Lived (Happily/Unhappily) Ever After
Season 2, episode 5
W: John D.F. Black   D: Richard Kinon

With Anthony Geary (Tom Whalom), Dabney Coleman (Calvin Schuller), Michael Lembeck (Lee), Ramon Bieri (Gil Casey), Shirley O'Hara (Miss Foss), Casey King (Ace), Billy Bowles (Steve), Mike Hagerthy (Ted Pindar).
Pete Dixon, who believes in helping kids, is trapped for administrative training under the vice principal.

October 28, 1970: Captain Of The Team
Season 2, episode 6
W: Bud Freeman   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Dennis Redfield (Brendan), Ricky Kelman (Craig), Arthur Batanides (Dan Highland), Noble Nelson (Luther), Byron Chung (Byron).
A rule-follower and a long-hair contend for leadership of the track team.

November 4, 1970: Only A Rose
Season 2, episode 7
W: Ronald Rubin   D: Gene Reynolds

With Naomi Stevens (Rose Lipton), Lieux Dressler (Mrs. Barnaby), Ta-Tanisha (Pam Simpson), Lillian Randolph (Ida Burnett), Lisa Carole (Grace), Hal K. Dawson (Tony Como).
An elderly woman wanders into the high school on parents day and disrupts classes to talk about her immigrant days.

November 11, 1970: The Fuzz That Grooved
Season 2, episode 8
W: John D.F. Black   D: Gene Reynolds

With Ramon Bieri (Gil Casey), John Schuck (Harry Collin), Ta-Tanisha (Pam), Joe Brown (Officer Schneider), Mary Alan Hokanson (Mrs. Broder).
A policeman supports a student demonstration and is transferred out of the district.

November 18, 1970: Half Way
Season 2, episode 9
W: Richard DeRoy   D: Ivan Dixon

With Noam Pitlik (Jerry Colby), Bonnie Jones (Marge Colby), Patricia Mattick (Sheila Colby).
A family tries to transfer their daughter from Walt Whitman because of its multi-racial environment.

November 25, 1970: Dreams Of Glory
Season 2, episode 10
W: Anthony Lawrence   D: Bob Sweeney

With Chuck Norris (Himself), Mike Stone (Karate Man), Glynn Turman (Vic), Angela Satterwhite (Willow).
Pete Dixon suggests karate to build a small boy's confidence after a larger student bullies him in front of his dream girl.

December 2, 1970: The Valediction
Season 2, episode 11
W: Richard DeRoy   D: John Erman

With Richard Dreyfuss (Stan Siebert), Ed Begley Jr. (Willard), Danny Goldman (Murray), Helen Kleeb (Miss Tandy), Dick Patterson (Jackson Baker), Dwan Smith (Donna), Maxine Stuart (Parent), Jason Wingreen (Parent), Ivor Francis (Mr. Dragen).
Principal Kaufman becomes alarmed by the choice of a nonconformist student as valedictorian. He's afraid of what he might discuss when he's invited to appear on a TV show.

December 16, 1970: Mel Wertz And The Nickel-Plated Toothpick
Season 2, episode 12
W: Bob Rodgers   D: Richard Kinon

With Jack Bender (Mel Wertz), Gino Conforti (Sam Cousins), Jerry Hausner (Mr. Wertz), Connie Sawyer (Mrs. Wertz), Craig Huxley (George).
Pete Dixon is concerned when the further education of a student, who wants to become a teacher, is threatened by the success of his country rock group.

December 23, 1970: What Would We Do Without Bobbie?
Season 2, episode 13
W: William Wood   D: William Wiard

With Nicole Jaffe (Bobbie Walstone), Andrew Parks (David Kane).
Richie learns that the girl who has knocked herself out for the school's Generation Gap Prom doesn't have a date for it, and he tries to arrange a date for her with the popular editor of the school paper, who has broken up with his girlfriend.

January 6, 1971: Cheating
Season 2, episode 14
W: Bud Freeman   D: Richard Kinon

With George Ives (Howard Bruckner), Elizabeth Baur (Meaghan), Chris Beaumont (Glenn Pearce), Frank Alesia (Ferdie Landis).
A student who needs high grades to matriculate at Western Tech gets a zero in one of his school exams for talking during a test.

January 13, 1971: Now About That Cherry Tree
Season 2, episode 15
W: Albert Ruben   D: Hy Averback

With Bill Zuckert (Mr. Varnell), Edwina Gough (Betty Cleland), Ivor Francis (Mr. Dragen), Ta-Tanisha (Pam).
Pam Arnold's delight at winning a scholarship at the art institute is ruined when her teacher denies he signed the application as her sponsor.

January 20, 1971: Mr. Bomberg
Season 2, episode 16
W: Nicholas E. Baehr   D: William Wiard

With Sorrell Booke (Mr. Bomberg), Phillip Pine (Lewis), Ed Begley Jr. (Michael), Ketty Lester (Mrs. Ellis).
Civics teacher Bomberg is so rough on his students that half of his class requests transfer to another instructor.

January 27, 1971: The Long Honeymoon
Season 2, episode 17
W: William Wood   D: Terry Becker

With Tim Matheson (Jerry Cates), Eve McVeagh (Mrs. Cates), Ketty Lester (Mrs. Ellis), Morris Buchanan (Mr. Ellis), Barbara Collentine (Mrs. Bush), Margarita Cordova (Mrs. Santos).
When a basketball player seems distracted and sleeps in classes, both his friend, the team manager, and Mr. Kaufman are concerned. Principal Kaufman learns the youth is on his own because his mother has gone off to pursue another marriage prospect.

February 3, 1971: Opportunity Room
Season 2, episode 18
W: Bud Freeman, Ronald Rubin, Isobel Marchand   D: Gene Reynolds

With Dennis Redfield (George Badgely), Glynn Turman (Vic), Mwako Cumbuka (Frank), George Ives (Bruckner), Sandy Brown Wyeth (Tamara), Kevin O'Neal (Hank), Ruby Dake (Ruby).
Liz McIntyre's experiment in which problem students teach each other is a success except for one insolent boy. When she fails to find a way to get him to participate in the project, Pete Dixon suggests that she might find a clue to his behavior in his permanent record.

February 10, 1971: The Last Full Moon
Season 2, episode 19
W: Bud Freeman, Robert Sabaroff   D: William Wiard

With Kathleen Lloyd (Abby Domier), Clarke Gordon (Mr. Domier), Louise Troy (Eleanor Domier), Brad David (Charlie Morano), Joseph V. Perry (Walter Morano), Eve McVeagh (Madge Morano).
When Pete and Liz insist that two students hold a meeting with their parents to confess they've been married four months, the girl disappears.

February 17, 1971: Hip Hip Hooray
Season 2, episode 20
W: Albert Ruben   D: Richard Kinon

With Paul Lambert (Coach), Richard Young (Augie Cerutti), David Huddleston (Wendell Baldwin), Ta-Tanisha (Pam), Ralph Wise (Cheerleader), Bobby Griffin (Student Body President), Tom McAleer (Elliott).
Teacher Dixon is responsible for the consequences when he talks principal Kaufman out of canceling Whitman High's big game.

March 3, 1971: Paul Revere Rides Again
Season 2, episode 21
W: Anthony Lawrence   D: William Wiard

With Kurt Russell (Tim), Ed Begley Jr. (Bob), Milton Selzer (Everett Calvin), Barry Cahill (Sgt. Grover), Mimi Saffian (Donna), Ken Sansom (Fred Beeman).
A crusading student, disguised as Paul Revere, disrupts classes with garbage-dumping and other anti-pollution measures.

March 10, 1971: I Hate You, Silas Marner
Season 2, episode 22
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Michael Gordon

With Todd Susman (Barney), Dwan Smith (Pat), June Dayton (Mrs. Peters), Ed Begley Jr. (George), Ivor Francis (Mr. Dragen), Judson Pratt (Policeman), Hilary Thompson (Margaret Peters).
Alice Johnson tries so hard to be popular with her students -- even allowing them to study "Catch-22" -- that she gets into trouble as a probationary teacher.

March 17, 1971: You Can Take A Boy Out Of The Country But...
Season 2, episode 23
W: Dale McRaven   D: Richard Kinon

With Todd Susman (Archie), Michael Lembeck (Student), William Bramley (Mr. Windisch), Jay Ripley (Mathew Palmer), Pamela Peters (Gladys).
One of the students from a rural town in Missouri is so naive that some of his classmates take advantage of him.

March 24, 1971: If It's Not Here, Where Is It?
Season 2, episode 24
W: Don Balluck   D: Ivan Dixon

With Murray MacLeod (Monty Harris), Michael McGreevey (Rudy), Jay Montgomery (Paul), Andrea Cagan (Susanne), Martin Golar (Coach), John Findlater (Ed), Jessica Davis-Stein (Valerie Henderson).
A 19-year-old student, a Marine Corps veteran of Vietnam, returns to Walt Whitman school but has difficulty winning acceptance from other students.

March 31, 1971: Laura Fay, You're Okay!
Season 2, episode 25
W: Joanna Lee   D: Terry Becker

With Cindy Williams (Rhoda Zagor), Linda Haynes (Laura Fay Flannery), Alan Morgan (Herbie).
A shapely, blonde new student is unhappy over the whistles and teasing she gets from male students, until Liz and Alice decide she needs help.

April 7, 1971: A Sort Of Loving
Season 2, episode 26
W: John D.F. Black   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Ivor Francis (Mr. Dragen), Helen Kleeb (Miss Tandy), Christopher Cain (Charlie Waterman), Anita Alberts (Jane), Bill Zuckert (Mr. Yarnell), Barbara Mallory (Gina), Joe Renteria (Lou), Fredd Wayne, Barbara Collentine (Claire Waterman), James McCallion (Al Waterman).
To cope with drug problems on campus, Pete suggests they try student-faculty rap sessions at Whitman High, but no students show up at the first meeting.

September 17, 1971: KWWH
Season 3, episode 1
W: Douglas Day Stewart   D: Seymour Robbie

With Burgess Meredith, Jane Dulo, Carol Green (Kim), Judith DeHart, Ta-Tanisha (Pam), Carol Green (Kim).
The third season starts with a school board member giving the school a radio station, despite strenuous opposition from a public official.

September 24, 1971: The Stutterer
Season 3, episode 2
W: Bernie Kahn   D: Richard Kinon

With Jim Wakefield (Brian), Dick DeCoit, Diane Sherry, Scott McCartor.
A stuttering student who is encouraged by Pete Dixon becomes embittered when others make fun of him.

October 1, 1971: America's Guest
Season 3, episode 3
W: Alfred Lewis Levitt, Helen Levitt   D: Seymour Robbie

With Jane Dulo, Todd Crespi (Tom), Greg Mabrey.
Pete Dixon tries to get a top football player, who has a high IQ as well as athletic prowess, to be as interested in his studies as he is in football.

October 8, 1971: Welcome Back, Miss Brown
Season 3, episode 4
W: Joanna Lee   D: James Sheldon

With Barry Hamilton (Arnie), Gail Fisher (Diana Brown), Len Ross.
A returning teacher, a divorcee, is extremely cutting to the male students in social science class until Pete has a serious talk with her.

October 15, 1971: Hi, Dad
Season 3, episode 5
W: Anthony Lawrence   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With William Wintersole, Robert Casper (Mr. Wisegarten), Larry Levine, Stack Pierce, Frieda Rentie, Elizabeth Harrower, Stanley Bennett Clay.
A new boy at Walt Whitman High, who is adopted, decides that Pete Dixon is his real father.

October 22, 1971: Suitable For Framing
Season 3, episode 6
W: Bud Freeman   D: Lee Philips

With Bruce Kirby, Bruno Kirby (Herbie Constadine), Tani Guthrie, Lloyd Kino, Lynne Marie Stewart, Jane Actman (Bonnie), Robert Casper (Mr. Wisegarten), Penelope Gillette, Marshall Kent.
A student, convinced that he's doing nothing wrong, turns every department at Whitman High into a financial profit for himself.

October 29, 1971: Hail And Farewell
Season 3, episode 7
W: Bill Manhoff   D: Ivan Dixon

With June Dayton, Virginia Vincent, Jay Robinson (Freebush), Ed McCready, Gary Barton.
The principal writes the school board requesting a sabbatical when another school bond is defeated and administration policies get another student in trouble.

November 5, 1971: Who Is Benedict Arnold?
Season 3, episode 8
W: Robert White, Phyllis White   D: Lee Philips

With Jack Dodson (Casey), Jerry Houser (Victor), Ezekial Williams, Barry Hamilton, Carol Green (Kim), Billy Bowles, Herbert Bress.
The vice-principal appears to have an informant in Pete Dixon's class when confidential information becomes known to him.

November 12, 1971: Stay Awhile, Mr. Dream Chaser
Season 3, episode 9
W: Douglas Day Stewart   D: William Wiard

With Larry Wilcox (Denny), Ben Cooper.
A substitute teacher for Pete Dixon impresses the class with his imitations of historical figures although he doesn't offer any solid program to help the students.

November 19, 1971: Dixon's Raiders
Season 3, episode 10
W: Jerry Mayer   D: William Wiard

With Ivor Francis (Mr. Dragen), June Dayton, Greg Mabrey, Maidie Norman, Robert Casper (Mr. Wisegarten), Jane Actman.
Pete Dixon's class decides to investigate how the taxpayers' money is spent at Whitman High.

December 3, 1971: What Is A Man?
Season 3, episode 11
W: Don Balluck   D: Seymour Robbie

With Ric Carrott (Mark), Frederick Herrick (Howard), Geoffrey Binney, Bart Burns, Bobby Griffin.
A male student who plays a female lead in a Shakepearean play is accused of being a homosexual.

December 10, 1971: The Sins Of The Fathers
Season 3, episode 12
W: Roland Wolpert   D: Allen Baron

With DeForest Kelley, Tannis Montgomery (Sherry), Jack Bender, Oscar DeGruy.
Pete Dixon's class re-tries the Sacco-Vanzetti case with the student prosecutor staking his personal beliefs on the outcome.

December 17, 1971: They Love Me, They Love Me Not
Season 3, episode 13
W: Albert Ruben   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Mwako Cumbuka (Fred), Paulene Myers (Mrs. Patterson), Angela Satterwhite, Alfonso Williams, Rhodi Hill, David Crawford, Myron Berry.
Disgusted at the attitute of her regular students, Alice Johnson tutors a ghetto child and has trouble with the girl's older brother.

December 31, 1971: The Fading Of The Elegant Beast
Season 3, episode 14
W: Erwin Goldman, Sherli Evans Goldman, Richard Bluel   D: Ivan Dixon

With Arthur O'Connell, Dick Patterson, Rafael Lopez (Ralph), Barry Bowles, John Lawrence.
Because there are not enough students to warrant a full-time teacher for the Latin course, Mr. Kaufman may be forced to replace a teacher with a computer.

January 7, 1972: House Made Of Dark Mist
Season 3, episode 15
W: William Bickley, Ivy Ruckman   D: James Sheldon

With Joe Renteria (Billie Tsossie), Michael Shea (Scott), Oscar DeGruy (Frank).
An Indian boy transferred to Whitman High under a special program has trouble adjusting to the new school.

January 14, 1972: Where Is It Written?
Season 3, episode 16
W: Joanna Lee   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Richard Kelton (Mike Holloway), Joy Bang (Judy Shore), John David Carson (Craig Evans), Aretha Franklin (Inez Jackson), Carol Green (Kim).
A student wants to study for the ministry at Harvard when he graduates from Whitman High, but he hasn't the grades to qualify. Liz McIntyre tries to convince him that he can serve God without attending college.

January 21, 1972: And In This Corner. . .
Season 3, episode 17
W: Richard Bluel   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Georg Stanford Brown (Jerry), Vince Howard, Sandy Champion (Chuck), Harry Caesar.
Pete Dixon puts on the gloves with a student to prove that boxing isn't the way to success.

January 28, 1972: We Hold These Truths. . .
Season 3, episode 18
W: Joyce Perry, Stephen Kandel   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Fritz Weaver, Harry Holcombe, Mike De Anda, Sacha Berger, Jane Actman, Sandy McPeak, Ta-Tanisha (Pam).
Am overzealous candidate for citizenship destroys the political artwork of one of Alice's students because he feels it degrades the United States.

February 4, 1972: Suing Means Saying You're Sorry
Season 3, episode 19
W: Milt Rosen   D: Richard Kinon

With Richard X. Slattery, Jan Burrell, Michael McGreevey, Michael Shea, Nora Denney, Carol Green (Kim), Robert Casper (Mr. Wisegarten).
Pete Dixon is sued by a student's parents when their boy fractures his arm in a fight that Pete was trying to break up.

February 11, 1972: I Gave My Love
Season 3, episode 20
W: Joanna Lee   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Ruth McDevitt (Vivian), Gene Wallace (Joe Bob), Walker Edmiston (Tully), Tol Avery, Arlene Farber, Robert Casper (Mr. Wisegarten), Carol Green (Kim), John Armstrong Marshall, Clare Nono, George Paulsin.
A teacher at Whitman High is charged with teaching sex education without parents' consent, all because a youth asked her for advice about V.D.

February 18, 1972: The Witch Of Whitman High
Season 3, episode 21
W: Joanna Lee, Susan Silver   D: Sid McCoy

With Candy Clark (Andrea), Lew Brown (Martin), Carol Green (Kim).
A pretty new transfer student is suspected of being a witch because of her unusual behavior.

February 25, 1972: The Quitter
Season 3, episode 22
W: Douglas Day Stewart   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Gerald S. O'Loughlin (Sid Leroi), Richard Hatch (Donnie), William Kerwin, Byron Kane, John Ashley Hamilton (Marshall Leeds), Kitty Carl, John Alderman.
A champion swimmer at Whitman quits in the middle of a major race because of something Pete Dixon inadvertently said.

March 3, 1972: There's No Fool Like. . .
Season 3, episode 23
W: Warren S. Murray   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Ivor Francis (Mr. Dragen), George Neise, Dee Carroll, Dennis Redfield (Barney), Robert Casper (Mr. Wisegarten), Clare Nono, Kitty Carl.
Pete Dixon has trouble getting students to attend his clinic for cigarette smokers at Whitman High.

September 15, 1972: A Little Flyer On The Market
Season 4, episode 1
W: John McGreevey   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Linda Morrow (Teacher), Jim Poyner (Paul), Sarah Fankboner (Angie).
The fourth season opens with Pete Dixon giving his class a project on the stock market and, with an inadvertent assist from student instructor Alice Johnson, the students decide to try to double the school gift money in the market.

September 22, 1972: I Wonder If January 15th Will Ever Come Again?
Season 4, episode 2
W: Gene Thompson   D: Allen Baron

With Casey King (Jimmy Thompson), Patsy Garrett (Miss Hogarth), Carol Worthington (Miss Portnoy), Ty Henderson (Cleon), Alan Abelew (Butch), Kitty Carl, Alicia Bond, Barbara Douglas.
A series of strange thefts at Whitman High becomes even more puzzling when a student is caught in the act, obviously by his own design.

September 29, 1972: Just Call Me Mr. Shigematsu
Season 4, episode 3
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Oscar Rudolph

With Pat Morita (Mr. Shigematsu), Bob Hastings (Bud Nagle), Aline Towne, Tina Andrews, Jesse Dizon (Ken), Lou Cutell, John Kirk, Carol Anne Selfinger.
The students at Whitman High are stirred up when a dealer won't make good on Ken Hayashi's motorcycle guarantee.

October 6, 1972: And He's Not Even Lovable
Season 4, episode 4
W: Bernie Kahn   D: Allen Baron

With Woodrow Parfrey, Jim Wakefield (Tommy), Patsy Garrett (Miss Hogarth), Tina Andrews, Kitty Carl, Ty Henderson (Cleon).
Jason and Tommy are assigned to work on a class project together and when Tommy's father learns of it, his bigotry shows.

October 13, 1972: Hands Across The Sea
Season 4, episode 5
W: Gene Thompson   D: Sid McCoy

With Kitty Carl (Fran).
An English transfer student enrolls at Whitman High and becomes a leader, much to the chagrin of student Jason.

October 20, 1972: The Imposter
Season 4, episode 6
W: Richard Bluel, Arnold Somkin   D: Herman Hoffman

With Joe Santos (Mr. Galvez), Alan Abelew, Scott Colomby (Joe).
Science instructor Manny Galvez is offered the job of department head at another school, and the routine check by personnel reveals he's been teaching for 17 years without proper credentials.

October 27, 1972: Lift, Thrust And Drag
Season 4, episode 7
W: Lloyd Haynes, Leonard Stadd, Arlene Stadd   D: Richard Michaels

With Paul Picerni (Fred), James B. Sikking (Cramer), Mwako Cumbuka (Eddie), Rory Stevens, John Hawker.
Pete reverses a student's attitude toward school by instilling an interest in aviation.

November 3, 1972: You Don't Know Me, He Said
Season 4, episode 8
W: Douglas Day Stewart   D: Seymour Robbie

With Chip Hand (Carey), Charles Martin Smith, Bob Kramer (Luke).
When Pete Dixon prods a student into applying himself more in his studies, the former "A" pupil confides in his teacher that he has leukemia.

November 10, 1972: Walt Whitman Goes Bananas
Season 4, episode 9
W: Martin Donovan   D: James Sheldon

With Bruno Kirby (Herbie Considine), Barbara Shannon (Barbi), Jerry Fogel (John Bean), Bret Hadley (TV Man), Wynn Irwin (Charlie Hall), Rory Stevens (Chris), Ty Henderson (Cleon).
Students at Walt Whitman High School attempt to break the world banana-eating record to call attention to their need for summer jobs.

November 17, 1972: Bleep
Season 4, episode 10
W: John McGreevey   D: James Sheldon

With Jane Actman (Bonnie), Angela Greene (Dina), Ivor Francis (Mr. Dragen), Morgan Sterne (Sherman).
When a spicy story is refused publication in the school paper, the editor plans to sue for violation of the First Amendment.

November 24, 1972: Shoestring Catch
Season 4, episode 11
W: Bud Freeman   D: Sid McCoy

With Betty Cole (Mrs. Fowler), James Johnson (Otis), Kitty Carl, Jeanne Bates, Jim Poyner, Kay Stewart, Mark Savage.
A potential drop-out regains interest in school when he is introduced to the works of Shakespeare.

December 1, 1972: Elizabeth Brown Is Failing
Season 4, episode 12
W: Jerry Rannow, Greg Strangis   D: Bill Bixby

With Ruth McDevitt (Miss Brown), Virginia Vincent, Angela Cartwright (Phyllis), Tina Andrews, Carol Worthington (Miss Portnoy).
One of the senior teachers is getting along in years and is beginning to have lapses of memory. It becomes Principal Kaufman's unpleasant duty to retire her.

December 8, 1972: Mr. Wrong
Season 4, episode 13
W: Martin Donovan   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With John Davey, Bernie Kopell, James Daughton (George).
An eccentric new teacher who has no trouble attracting students to his class flunks as Alice Johnson's new suitor.

December 22, 1972: The Nichols Girl
Season 4, episode 14
W: Martin Donovan   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Angela Cartwright (Phyllis), Ed Begley Jr. (Stretch), Alice Backes (Mrs. Webster), Holly Irving, Harry Lauter (Nichols), Elizabeth Harrower.
The subject of a dress code comes up in the PTA when a basketball star's teeth braces are broken while he's ogling a braless cheerleader.

January 5, 1973: Pardon Me, Your Apathy Is Showing
Season 4, episode 15
W: John McGreevey   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Barry Livingston (Nick), Frank Maxwell (Franklin), Mimi Saffian (Nancy).
Trouble erupts between students, teachers and parents when it's learned that a Communist is to speak at Walt Whitman High.

January 12, 1973: Rights Of Others
Season 4, episode 16
W: Jerry Rannow, Greg Strangis   D: Harry Falk

With Dabney Coleman (Sgt. Webster), Wendell Burton (Gary).
The longtime dream of career soldier Webster is shattered when his son's girlfriend becomes pregnant.

January 19, 1973: Man, If You're So Smart
Season 4, episode 17
W: Martin Donovan   D: Allen Baron

With Randall Carver (Henry Drucker).
A delinquent youth gets one final chance at straightening out his life, but ruins it when he brings a gun to school.

February 2, 1973: The Hand That Feeds
Season 4, episode 18
W: Richard Bluel   D: James Sheldon

With Ivor Francis (Mr. Dragen), Paul Comi (Winters), Chris Beaumont (Arthur), Stephanie Mann (Gloria).
A bright, rebellious student plans to refuse a college scholarship to protest scholastic competition.

February 9, 1973: Fifteen Years And What Do You Get?
Season 4, episode 19
W: Leonard Stadd, Arlene Stadd   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Brendan Burns (Wayne Daly), Ivor Francis (Mr. Dragen), Al Dunlap (Hamilton), Robert Casper (Mr. Wisegarten).
When the faculty and students at Whitman High plan a surprise party for Mr. Kaufman, celebrating his 15th year as principal, a disgruntled athlete attempts to sabotage the event.

February 16, 1973: Someone Special
Season 4, episode 20
W: Jerry Rannow, Greg Strangis   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Eric Shea (Tim).
A 12-year-old genius transfers from a special school to Whitman where he develops a crush on a 17-year-old girl. He soon discovers the difference between intellectual superiority and emotional security.

February 23, 1973: A Hairy Escape
Season 4, episode 21
W: Martin Donovan   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Stanley Livingston (Jackie O'Farrell), Paul Micale (Gino), Tina Andrews (Esther), Patsy Garrett (Miss Hogarth), Bill Quinn (Mr. Healy), Hal K. Dawson (Old Man), Stan Worth (Caveman Roy).
Jason and Bernie attempt to produce a rock concert with money provided by an ex-TV child actor.

March 2, 1973: The Noon Goon
Season 4, episode 22
W: Arnold Peyser, Lois Peyser   D: Bill Bixby

With Florida Friebus, Robert Casper (Mr. Wisegarten), Craig Gardner (Richard).
Students at Whitman High find that policing themselves at lunch hour breeds contempt among themselves.

March 9, 1973: To Go With The Bubbles
Season 4, episode 23
W: Leonard Stadd, Arlene Stadd   D: Herman Hoffman

With Audrey Landers (Donna Carpenter), Tani Guthrie (Mrs. Carpenter).
When Olympic swimming champ Donna Carpenter returns to Whitman High, the warm admiration of her fellow students quickly turns to cool resentment.

September 14, 1973: If You've Got The Hammer, I've Got The Thumb
Season 5, episode 1
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Mark Hamill (Matt Evans), Phil Carey (Benjamin Evans), Arthur Peterson, Barry Cahill, Roger Jacobs.
The fifth season starts. In the first episode, a new student who has been brought up in the Sierras doesn't adapt too well to urban life.

September 21, 1973: Of Smoke Filled Rooms
Season 5, episode 2
W: Richard Bluel   D: James Sheldon

With Davd White (Tom McWilliams), Mark Wheeler (Gary Winters).
One of the high school students enters the primary race for a seat on the board of education.

September 28, 1973: Can Nun Be One Too Many?
Season 5, episode 3
W: Martin Donovan   D: Herman Hoffman

With Edith Atwater (Mrs. Travis), Nan Martin (Marie), Andrew Parks (Frank).
A former nun faculty member incites the wrath of a student's grandmother when she advises him to wait before studying for the ministry.

October 5, 1973: No Island Is An Island
Season 5, episode 4
W: Leonard Stadd, Arlene Stadd   D: Sid McCoy

With Richard Yniguez (Tony), Richard Doran (Boy), Armand Alzamora (Uncle Ricardo).
A student is detemined to graduate despite anemia and having to hold down a full-time job at night.

October 12, 1973: I Didn't Raise My Girl To Be A Soldier
Season 5, episode 5
W: Tony Palmiero, Leonard Stadd, Arlene Stadd   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With Ralph Meeker (Jones), Tannis Montgomery (Cathy), Steve Stafford (Clint).
A pretty girl causes a furor when she joins the ROTC to gain a scholarship to medical school.

October 26, 1973: Twenty-Five Words Or Less
Season 5, episode 6
W: Leonard Stadd, Arlene Stadd   D: Richard Michaels

With Bruno Kirby (Herbie Constadine).
A student who thinks he is a $500 winner in a slogan contest learns that unfortunately he is the brunt of a joke by a fellow student.

November 2, 1973: Pete's Protege
Season 5, episode 7
W: Martin Donovan   D: Herman Hoffman

With Patsy Garrett (Miss Hogarth), Todd Susman (Arthur Billings), Gus Corrado (Leo), Tammi Bula (Suzy), Noelle Von Sonn (Chris).
A student teacher learns there's a big difference between being a friend and a teacher when he takes over his first class.

November 9, 1973: Love Is A Many Splintered Thing
Season 5, episode 8
W: Martin Donovan   D: James Sheldon

With Ty Henderson (Cleon), Tammi Bula (Suzy), Marjorie Arnold (Tracy Rice), Roger Perry (Jim Rice), Craig Alan Rogers (Boy).
A student resents her widowed father dating her teacher and spreads a malicious rumor about them.

November 16, 1973: Pi In The Sky
Season 5, episode 9
W: Leonard Stadd, Arlene Stadd   D: Herman Hoffman

With Patsy Garrett (Miss Hogarth), Maudie Prickett (Miss Pliny), James B. Sikking (Cramer), Jim Wakefield (Toby).
A student math whiz rigs the school's computer to get needed supplies for Whitman High.

November 30, 1973: Mismatch Maker
Season 5, episode 10
W: Leonard Stadd, Arlene Stadd   D: James Sheldon

With Kevin Brodie (Woody), Susan Sennett (Melinda).
Alice finds herself in the middle when she encourages a student to become a poet despite his father's wish that he enter his real estate business.

December 7, 1973: Here's To The Boy Most Likely
Season 5, episode 11
W: Jerry Rannow, Greg Strangis   D: Leslie H. Martinson

With Mark Hamill (Matt), Nancy Bell (Nancy), James Carroll Jordan (Chuck).
An outstanding senior, under pressure from his father to succeed, suddenly realizes that he has developed a serious drinking problem.

December 21, 1973: El Greco To Jason
Season 5, episode 12
W: Martin Donovan   D: Herman Hoffman

With Dwan Smith (Amy), Jonathan Wynne (Les).
Jason becomes so attracted to a pretty student that he decides to quit school, get a job and ask her to marry him, but she is not through playing the field.

December 28, 1973: MPG
Season 5, episode 13
W: Leonard Stadd, Arlene Stadd   D: Charles R. Rondeau

With David Alan Bailey (Henry), Scott Colomby (Marvin).
The competition becomes explosive when Walt Whitman High absorbs the crack automotive team from a rival school damaged in an earthquake.

January 11, 1974: Cry Uncle
Season 5, episode 14
W: Martin Donovan   D: Richard Michaels

With Michael Lembeck (Mickey Kaufman), Layne Britton (Ed).
A student's obsession with becoming a standup comic interrupts his school work, but when he gets the chance to be an emcee, he gets stage fright. (Last show of the series.)

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