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Ruby Keeler was among the "dames" this 1930s movie choreographer set tapping in his various musicals Busby Berkeley
She was married to Al Jolson when she starred in those classic 1930s Busby Berkeley musicals Ruby Keeler
This show spun off from Diff'rent Strokes as in You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have..." Facts of Life
This drama featuring Lloyd Haynes as a concerned teacher was set at Walt Whitman High Room 222
Richard Crenna played Walter Denton and Eva Arden played this titular TV charcter on this show Our Miss Brooks
In 1952 Wally Cox was this title science teacher Mr Peepers
Ken Howard was memorable as white basketball Coach Reeves in this 1978-1981 TV inner city high school show and episodes of this show ended with the cat in the MTM logo dribbling a basketball The White Shadow
Fred Savage and Danica Mckellar (Winnie Cooper) starred in this show which saw the start of David Schwimmer, Olivia D'Abo, and Daniel Stern The Wonder Years
The Sweathogs led by Vinnie Barbarino (John Travolta) attended James Buchanan High in Brooklyn on this '70s show and were taught by Gabe Kaplan Welcome Back, Kotter
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