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Our Winning Season (1978)

PG | | Drama | May 1978 (USA)
The story follows three teenagers through their senior year of high school in the 1960s, focusing on the star athlete of the group.

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Cast

Credited cast:
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David Wakefield
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Alice Baker
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Paul Morelli
Robert Wahler ...
Burton Fleishauer
Randy Hermann ...
Jerry McDuffy (as Randy Herman)
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Dean Berger
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Cathy Wakefield
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Cindy Hawkins
Wendy Rastattar ...
Susie Wilson (as Wendy Rastatter)
Damon Douglas ...
Miller (as Damom Douglas)
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Sheila
J. Don Ferguson ...
Coach Michael Murphy
Jeff Soracco ...
Eddie Rice
Ted Henning ...
Mr. Wetzle
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Earleen Carey ...
Waitress at Snack Bar
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The story follows three teenagers through their senior year of high school in the 1960s, focusing on the star athlete of the group.

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El año de la victoria  »

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Goofs

When Dean lowers David by rope to the bridge span below, David paints "Cathy" with a "C" in the close-up shot, but a moment later in the wider shot, it appears to be spelled "Kathy" with a "K". When the police car leaves and Dean in seen in a wide shot pulling David back up on the bridge, the bridge span is clean with no paint at all. See more »


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So Much For Dreams
Performed by David Allen Loggins (as Dave Loggins)
Lyrics by David Allen Loggins (as Dave Loggins)
Music by Charles Fox
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Lovers, Strangers, Cest' la vie
13 February 2002 | by (The States) – See all my reviews

A film that thinks twice and goes for the big three! A college-bound track student is facing trials and tribulations to figure his dreams out. A must see for all track runners! This film is no "Chariots Of Fire" but has the same intentions! Dennis Quaid and P.J. Soles starred in this and were married from meeting in this film. Look quick for cameos! I give it a 7 3/4 out of 10!


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