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The Waverly Wonders 

Joe Casey is a washed-up pro basketball player turned history teacher and basketball coach at Waverly High School in Eastfield, Wisconsin. His team has not won a game in three years; the ... See full summary »
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 Joe Casey 9 episodes, 1978
Charles Bloom ...
 John Tate 9 episodes, 1978
Joshua Grenrock ...
 Tony Faguzzi 9 episodes, 1978
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 Connie Rafkin 9 episodes, 1978
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 Alan Kerner 9 episodes, 1978
Tierre Turner ...
 Hasty Parks 9 episodes, 1978
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 Linda Harris 9 episodes, 1978
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 George Benton 9 episodes, 1978
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Joe Casey is a washed-up pro basketball player turned history teacher and basketball coach at Waverly High School in Eastfield, Wisconsin. His team has not won a game in three years; the team consists of Tony Faguzzi, a lover, Hasty Parks, a con artist, and Connie Rafkin, the best player on the team. Linda Harris is the school principal and George Benton the former coach. Written by J.E. McKillop <jack-mckillop@worldnet.att.net>

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7 September 1978 (USA)  »

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(3 episodes)

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Larry Hagman turned down the starring role on the short-lived sitcom The Waverly Wonders (1978) in favor of "Dallas (1978)" and became a television icon as J.R. Ewing. See more »

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Referenced in Saturday Night Live: Jr. Walker & the All-Stars (1981) See more »

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