David works as a barman at the Pandemonium Disco when he recognizes a teenage girl, Alice, whom he used to know years before. He finds out she has a serious drinking problem, but he doesn't tell her his true identity.

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Alice Morrow
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Louie Sharp
Julie Hill ...
Joan Roberts
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Ernie
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Molly Margo
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Rosalyn Morrow
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Art Philbin
Freeman King ...
D.J.
Rori Gwynne ...
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Al (as Brian James)
Jennifer Joseph ...
Girl At Disco
Miles McNamara ...
Bernard
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David works as a barman at the Pandemonium Disco when he recognizes a teenage girl, Alice, whom he used to know years before. He finds out she has a serious drinking problem, but he doesn't tell her his true identity.

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The song that Alice and Leo dance to in the contest is a disco version of the iconic end credit song played at the end of each episode. See more »

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D.J.: All right, let's get into the groove. Cause it's what's in the groove that counts. And remember my slogan: shake it, but don't break it. And if you can't shake it, then fake it.
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The Alcoholic
19 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) finds himself forced to take a job working in a bar/disco for an unscrupulous man(played by Marc Alaimo) who sells drinks to minors, one of whom, named Alice Morrow(played by Donna Wilkes) David used to know many years ago as the young daughter of a deceased friend. Now an alcoholic, Alice teeters on the edge of collapse, as David must do all he can to help her, even as his boss plots to get rid of him thinking he is an undercover policeman... Nicely written episode is marred by that hideous music(a sign of its times!) but still tells an intelligent and thoughtful tale about alcoholism.


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