PG | | Comedy, Drama, Music
A maverick dancer risks his career by performing an unusual routine and sets out to succeed with a new partner.
The trophies in Kendall's Dance Studio were real trophies borrowed from dance studios.
If you can't dance a step, you can't teach it, and if you can't teach it - we might as well all pack up and go home. With young Liz available again, you've got a chance to get your status quo vadis back... so to speak.
In the flashback sequence from 1967 Shirley and Doug dance to a boogie-version of John Paul Young's "Yesterday's hero", which was first released in 1978. However since this flashback turns out to be a lie by Barry Fife this could be deliberately.
Preceding the end credits is the note: This film is dedicated to Ted Albert
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