The White Shadow

Season 1 Episode 15

LeGrand Finale

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Apr 09, 1979 on CBS
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LeGrand Finale
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The team wants to form a singing group, but elect not to include Thorpe, who begins a dating interest with Karen LeGrand, a white girl with an unsavory reputation around school.

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    Ed Bernard

    Ed Bernard

    Jim Willis (1978-1980)

    Joan Pringle

    Joan Pringle

    Sybil Buchanan

    Ken Howard

    Ken Howard

    Ken Reeves

    Kevin Hooks

    Kevin Hooks

    Morris Thorpe

    Byron Stewart

    Byron Stewart

    Warren Coolidge

    Nathan Cook

    Nathan Cook

    Milton Reese (1978-1980)

    Alexandra Johnson

    Alexandra Johnson

    Karen Le Grand

    Guest Star

    Milt Kogan

    Milt Kogan

    Mr. Le Grand

    Guest Star

    Harry Danner

    Harry Danner

    Art Leonard

    Guest Star

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      • Season 2's opening introductory cast shots of Thorpe and Reese come from this episode.

      • Prior to seeing Mr. Leonard, the team seemed to harmonize pretty well in the shower in previous episodes. How did they suddenly lose that ability in Mr. Leonard's classroom?

      • Harry Danner, who played Mr. Leonard, the music teacher, is the brother-in-law of the late Bruce Paltrow, series executive producer.

      • Choir parts for the team (as determined by Mr. Leonard):

        Bass-Coolidge
        Baritone-Jackson
        Second Tenors-Hayward, Goldstein, Salami
        First Tenor-Thorpe
        Falsetto (probably a tenor)-Reese
        Apparently tone deaf-Gomez

      • Since the team dinner is at an Italian restaurant, and Salami is Italian, you would think he'd help his teammates order something other than all of them getting 'meatballs and spaghetti.'

      • The team sings three oldie hits in this episode, a series high for one episode. The songs are "Take You Back" by Frank Stallone, "I Do" by the Marvelettes, and "Charlie Brown" by the Coasters.

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