Room 222 (1969–1974)
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Fathers and Sons 

Pete Dixon's class is studying civil disobedience apostle Henry David Thoreau, and Pete mentions that the city is planning to cut down the trees along his street to widen it for better ... See full summary »

Director:

Terry Becker

Writers:

James L. Brooks (created by), John Whedon
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Lloyd Haynes ... Pete Dixon
Denise Nicholas ... Liz McIntyre
Michael Constantine ... Principal Seymour Kaufman
Karen Valentine ... Alice Johnson
William Schallert ... Dr. Charles Garrett
Bob Balaban ... Grady Garrett
Howard Rice Howard Rice ... Richie
Ann Morgan Guilbert ... Mrs. Garrett
Heshimu Cumbuka Heshimu Cumbuka ... Jason (as Heshimu)
Judy Strangis ... Helen
Pendrant Netherly Pendrant Netherly ... Al (as Pandrant Netherly)
David Jolliffe ... Bernie
Karl Lukas Karl Lukas ... Policeman
George Barrows ... Foreman
Richard X. Slattery ... Police Sergeant
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Storyline

Pete Dixon's class is studying civil disobedience apostle Henry David Thoreau, and Pete mentions that the city is planning to cut down the trees along his street to widen it for better traffic circulation. His class is inspired to show up there to stage a protest against the removal of the trees. The ringleader is Grady Garrett, an impressionable young student who already clashes frequently with his father, a doctor who is distressed that Grady doesn't want to follow him into the profession. Grady's father decides that the cause of Grady's new-found rebelliousness is Pete Dixon, whom he wants removed as a teacher. Written by aldanoli

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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Language:

English

Release Date:

19 November 1969 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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William Schallert and Ann Guilbert, playing the parents, racked up hundreds of credits in episodic TV starting in the '50s and died 5 weeks apart. See more »

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