A new substitute teacher has a secret. She used to be this famous singer, and only Dwight remembers her past.

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Bruno Martelli (credit only)
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Holly Laird (credit only)
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Coco Hernandez (credit only)
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Christopher Donlon (as Billy Hufsey) (credit only)
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Danny Amatullo
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Doris Schwartz
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Leroy Johnson (credit only)
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David Greenlee ...
Dwight Mendenhall
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Michael / Fame Dancer
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Mrs. Berg
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A new substitute teacher has a secret. She used to be this famous singer, and only Dwight remembers her past.

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6 May 1984 (USA)  »

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This was Melissa Manchester's acting debut. See more »

Quotes

Miss Sherwood: This gentleman and I will have our holiday in San Juan.
Miss Daniels: Holiday? What holiday is coming up?
Miss Sherwood: When I get that man to San Juan, you better believe it's gonna be a holiday.
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References Night After Night (1932) See more »

Soundtracks

Sing A Rainbow
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Words and Music by Arthur Hamilton (uncredited)
Sung by David Greenlee (uncredited) and Valerie Landsburg (uncredited)
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