Jeff is hired by the Connors, parents of a student who died in an apparent hazing incident. Jeff poses as a student, living in the fraternity where he learns of rampant cheating by the football team which may be tied to the death.

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Mari Ellen
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Brad Curtis
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Doris Spinner
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Coach Jarech
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Dave Dixon
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Connie Jarech
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Milt Moore
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Mr. Connors
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Dean Summers
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Mrs. Connors
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Jeff is hired by the Connors, parents of a student who died in an apparent hazing incident. Jeff poses as a student, living in the fraternity where he learns of rampant cheating by the football team which may be tied to the death.

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6 May 1960 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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Roger Smith sings a song entitled "Where Did the Summer Go". See more »

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Doris Spinner: How did Mary Ellen ever find a date like you?
Jeff Spencer: Mary Ellen's a nice girl. I like her.
Doris Spinner: Everyone likes nice girls. But what fun are they?
Jeff Spencer: I'm new here. I don't know any other kind.
Doris Spinner: You do now.
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'S Wonderful
Music by George Gershwin
Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
Playing on jukebox in the soda fountain
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The old fraternity
31 March 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This episode of 77 Sunset Strip finds Roger Smith going undercover as a college student. He's rather old for the part and clearly this was an episode where if he was available they would have sent Edd Byrnes in. It's explained by saying he had been in the military and was getting education a bit late. Louis Quinn comes along too, getting a job at the local hangout as a short order cook and to hear the gossip.

The gossip is quite a lot and the case Jeff Spencer is on involves the death of a college kid, was it murder, suicide, or accident that had the deceased drive off a cliff.

That the college wanted to avoid a scandal is one thing. But there seems to be a conspiracy of sorts to throw the whole thing on Gary Vinson who is something of an oddball loner in the place. Diane McBain is in the cast playing her usual tramp type.

What's it all about, you watch the episode for. But I think you will be pleased.


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