Room 222 (1969–1974)
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Robert Salazar, a Mexican-American student with a high aptitude but who is indifferent about school, comes alive one day during a discussion of the Alamo in Pete Dixon's class. Alice ... See full summary »

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Pete Dixon
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Liz McIntyre
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Principal Seymour Kaufman
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Alice Johnson
Tom Nardini ...
Robert Salazar
Howard Rice ...
Richie Lane
Caitlin Wyles ...
Diana Redondo
Michael Long ...
Tony
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1st Student
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Mr. Knott
Natividad Vacío ...
Mr. Salazar
Amapola Del Vando ...
Mrs. Salazar
Miguel Monsalve ...
Little Boy
Pamela Peters Solow ...
Girl (as Pam Peters)
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Robert Salazar, a Mexican-American student with a high aptitude but who is indifferent about school, comes alive one day during a discussion of the Alamo in Pete Dixon's class. Alice Johnson decides to make him her "special project," hoping to convince him to consider college instead of going to work immediately after high school. At first, Salazar follows her suggestions, but soon runs into some frustrating dead ends, and not only gives up on college, but decides to quit Walt Whitman. Written by aldanoli

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24 December 1969 (USA)  »

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