The Paper Chase (1978–1986)
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Once More with Feeling 

A professor likes to give the female students some extra 'tutoring'. Logan is offended by his advances, and attempts to do something about it, which proves to be futile without witnesses.

Director:

Marvin Kupfer

Writers:

James Bridges (developed for television by), William Froug (teleplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
John Houseman ... Professor Charles W. Kingsfield Jr.
James Stephens ... James T. Hart
Tom Fitzsimmons ... Franklin Ford III
Robert Ginty ... Thomas Craig Anderson
James Keane ... Willis Bell
Francine Tacker Francine Tacker ... Elizabeth Logan
Robert Reed ... Professor Howard
Judith Chapman ... Amelia Hutton
Charles Hallahan ... Ernie
Boyd Bodwell ... Langhorn
Ysabel MacCloskey Ysabel MacCloskey ... Mrs. Connell
Karl Ellis Karl Ellis ... Green
Christine Dickinson Christine Dickinson ... Eileen
Kay Cummings Kay Cummings ... Doris
Linda McClure Linda McClure ... Gwen
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A professor likes to give the female students some extra 'tutoring'. Logan is offended by his advances, and attempts to do something about it, which proves to be futile without witnesses. Written by JEFJR

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Language:

English

Release Date:

27 February 1979 (USA) See more »

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Mono (RCA Photophone Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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On the DVD version, because of an editing mistake, the credit for novelist John Jay Osborn Jr. does not appear in the opening credits. See more »

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Law and Spirit Do Not Meet!
7 March 2018 | by clacuraSee all my reviews

This episode demonstrates how the law and the spirit do not meet. The law does not take into count our sinful nature. It does show how we all have a Pharisaical nature, and Robert Reed's character is just that. This episode is exactly the issue today with the Me Too movement about Harvey Weinstein. Powerful man (law professor) with students same as powerful studio executive with beautiful young actresses. Time stands still. Nothing new under the sun. Difference here is these students do not dress like women today (especially in Hollywood) and we have regressed. The naive attitude that a woman's body does not draw men. Sad. Youtube Selma Hayak. You will get an eye full of cleavage always. Then she wonders why men do not look at their eyes or take her seriously. Cannot cheat life with rationality (law)...the spirit will always be the energy under surface.


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