Growing up is hard enough but, for Zack Greenburg, it's harder, especially when supernatural and paranormal events effect his life. Fortunately, he has his best friends Cam Dunleavey, Spencer Sharpe and Gwen Killerby to help him through it.

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 Zack Greenburg / ... (52 episodes, 2000-2002)
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 Spencer Sharpe (52 episodes, 2000-2002)
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 Cam Dunleavey / ... (52 episodes, 2000-2002)
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 Gwendolyn 'Gwen' Killerby / ... (52 episodes, 2000-2002)
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Growing up is hard enough but, for Zack Greenburg, it's harder, especially when supernatural and paranormal events effect his life. Fortunately, he has his best friends Cam Dunleavey, Spencer Sharpe and Gwen Killerby to help him through it.

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In the entry hall of Horace Hyde-White School, where much of the action of the series takes place, the viewer sees plaques, one of which lists the school's past prefects by school year, first initial and last name. The names on the Prefects plaque are those of crew members who worked on the show. Examples (from the bottom up) include "1950-51 S. Cosens" = Steve Cosens, cinematographer; 1949-1950 J.A. Delmage = John Delmage, producer; 1948-49 T. Hess = Terry Hess, construction manager; 1947-48 R. Sutherland = Rachel Sutherland, post-production supervisor; 1946-47 L. Amaral = Lisa Amaral-Wright, assistant property master; and so forth. See more »

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Heh heh heh...
22 February 2002 | by (Allentown, PA) – See all my reviews

Boy, oh boy. The Zack Files. I have to say, it's actually a pretty interesting show (my favorite episode being the time Zack gets turned into a girl.) The Zack Files is a good example of a watered down and more humorous kids version of the X-Files. I always found it weird that all the weird stuff happens to Zack and never to Cam, Spence, or Gwen. Bad luck, I guess. The Zack Files is pretty interesting to say the least. Sometimes his antics are just hilarious. Unfortunately, most of the time I end up missing the first half of the show due to a long ride home from school. No biggie. Everything still works out. For all those who want freaky sci-fi style stuff, but don't want the more adult X-Files, The Zack Files are for you!


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