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Grease 2

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Starring and September 1961: and it's back to school for the students of Rydell High. As the T-Birds and Pink Ladies reassemble, Michael, a handsome young Englishman, joins the senior class. The accepted status quo is soon under threat when he falls in love with Stephanie, the most beautiful of the Pink
Ladies. This lively musical features Maxwell Caulfield , star of The Colbys, and gave Michelle Pfeiffer her first starring role.
Johnny Nogerelli. .. ADRIAN ZMED Goose.....CHRISTOPHER MCDONALD
Produced by BILL OAKES and ROBERT STIGWOOD
(First showing on British television)
0 FILMS: page 25
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Contributors

Unknown: Maxwell Caulfield
Unknown: Michelle Pfeiffer
Unknown: Johnny Nogerelli.
Unknown: Christopher McDonald
Produced By: Bill Oakes
Produced By: Robert Stigwood
Stephanie: Michelle Pfeiffer
Michael: Maxwell Caulfield
Lou DiMucci: Peter Frechette
Davey: Leif Green
Paulette Rebchuck: Lorna Luft
Sharon Cooper: Maureen Teefy
Rhonda Ritter: Alison Price
Dolores: Pamela Segall
Frenchy: Didi Conn
Miss McGee: Eve Arden
Coach Calhoun: Sid Caesar

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