Jeff and Anita are students at Southwest High in the 1950s who find themselves falling in love. They bond over family problems as Jeff's father has recently died and Anita's parents are divorced. Stash and 'Moose' are their pals.

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 Anita Cramer 10 episodes, 1974
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 Jeff Reed 10 episodes, 1974
Jan Shutan ...
 Ruth Cramer 9 episodes, 1974
John S. Ragin ...
 Walter Cramer 9 episodes, 1974
Laura Siegel ...
 Mary Anne 9 episodes, 1974
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 Lucille Reed 8 episodes, 1974
Michael Morgan ...
 Danny Reed 7 episodes, 1974
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 Murray 'Moose' Kerner 6 episodes, 1974
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 Stanley 'Stash' Melnick / ... 5 episodes, 1974
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Jeff and Anita are students at Southwest High in the 1950s who find themselves falling in love. They bond over family problems as Jeff's father has recently died and Anita's parents are divorced. Stash and 'Moose' are their pals.

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22 March 1974 (USA)  »

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Parenti e tanti guai  »

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Based on a CBS made for TV movie, Senior Year. See more »

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Followed by Sons and Daughters: Senior Year (1974) See more »

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Loved this show
29 October 2007 | by See all my reviews

I was in the middle of high school when this show aired. I loved it and didn't miss an episode. It didn't make it because it was up against "Little House On the Prairie," when it first started. Why they didn't try it at another time I will never understand. Even though Jeff and Anita were set in the 50's, the things they were dealing with mirrored my own life. How do you fit in? How do you deal with parents who are fighting? Should you have sex with your boyfriend? There were not shows like that for teens then. Everything was comedy or adult drama. Maybe most people weren't ready for such openness, but the values displayed were strong. My friends would all gather to discuss it the next day at school. It should at least be shown one more time.


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