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To Sir, With Love II1996

To Sir, With Love II (1996)





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Peter Bogdanovich directed this made-for-TV sequel to the well-remembered 1967 drama To Sir With Love. After 30 years as a teacher in a rough-and-tumble London school, Mark Thackeray (Sidney Poitier) finally retires and returns to America, settling into what he imagines will be a quiet life in Chicago. But Thackeray soon discovers that the nearby high school is not unlike the school he left behind in London -- run down, lacking discipline, and in dire need of teachers who genuinely care about their students. Thackeray decides to volunteer his services to the school, and soon finds himself teaching a history class to the toughest students he's ever had to face. Lulu and Judy Geeson, who starred as Poitier's students in the first film, make cameo appearances in To Sir With Love II, with Daniel J. Travanti and Jeff Sill highlighting the supporting cast of the sequel.

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Sidney Poitier
as Mark Thackeray
Daniel J. Travanti
as Horace Weaver
Christian Payton
as Wilsie Carrouthers
Dana Eskelson
as Evie Hillis
Fernando Lopez
as Danny Lombardi
Casey Lluberes
as Revecca Robero
John Beasley
as Greg Emory
Christopher Birt
as Mark Taylor
Saundra Santiago
as Louisa Rodriguez
as Pegg
Cheryl Lynn Bruce
as Emily Taylor
Neil Flynn
as Detective Dennis
Joe Forbrich
as Rob Doerr
Michael Gilio
as Frankie Davanon
Mel Jackson
as Tommy Rawhn
David Pease
as Mr. Volick
Jeff Still
as Sgt. Giametti
Jackie Taylor
as Mrs. Carrouthers
Jason Winer
as Leo Radatz
Kris Wolff
as Billy Lopatynski
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