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John G. Avildsen
I loved this programme. I used to look forward to watching it and was disappointed with its short lived life. It was a great part of my childhood. It made me wish I was at boarding school! I would love to watch these again. If anyone hears of it being released onto DVD or on TV in UK then please let me know. Chris Cross had a great feeling about it. I got the impression everyone enjoyed filming it and had a laugh on set. It was a programme that didn't seem to take itself to serious. IT was what it was, cheesy fun kids entertainment that will stick at the back of many minds and pop up when ever I see the actors and actresses in there current films and programmes.
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