The White Shadow/Coolidge Goes Hollywood

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Coolidge Goes Hollywood
Season 2, Episode 23
Airdate March 18, 1980
Production Number 3264-9138
Teleplay by Marc Rubin,
John Falsey
Story by Roland Wolpert,
Marc Rubin,
John Falsey
Directed by Marc Norman
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Coolidge Goes Hollywood is the twenty-third episode of the second season of The White Shadow, and the thirty-eighth episode overall.

Starring:

Also Starring: John Mengatti (Nick Vitaglia), Russell Phillip Robinson (Phil Jeffers)

Guest Starring: George Wyner (), Peter Jurasik ()

Co-Starring: Colby Chester (Mr. Hays), Harry Danner (Mr. Leonard), John Dewey-Carter (Jason), Marty Ferrero (Pool Player), Paul Willson (Writer), Teddi Siddall (Starlet), Susan Krebs (Screaming Woman), Joe Medalis (Security Guard), Alvin Kupperman (Agent), Richard Marcus (Writer), Bob Levine (Party Guest), Deena Freeman (Script Girl)

with: Iris Rainer (Party Guest), David Assael (Party Guest), Sue Casey (Feminist), Bert Hinchman (Maitre D'), Jack Philbrick (Assistant Director), Martin Azarow (Party Guest), Clark Mitchell Long (Actor), Whitey Hughes (Customer), Jerome Anson Blackwell (Agent), Susan Barry (Bystander), Steve Bulen (Man to Door), Isabel West (Party Guest)

Contents

Plot Overview

Coolidge quickly shuns his coach and friends after the director of a TV series about black students offers him a weekly part on the show.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes