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Gabe Kotter returns to his old high school -- this time as a teacher. He's put in charge of a class full of unruly remedial students called the Sweathogs. They're a bunch of wisecracking, underachieving and incorrigible students, and it takes all of Mr. Kotter's humor -- and experience as a former Sweathog himself -- to deal with his class.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Wikipedia

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 9, 1975

Also Known As: Добро пожаловать назад Коттер, Welcome Back KotterTerve taas, Kotter, Welcome Back, Kotter, Terve taas Kotter, I ragazzi del sabato sera, Kotter, The Saturday Night Boys, Добро пожаловать назад, Коттер |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG), United States (TV-PG)


Company Credits

Production Co: The Komack Company Inc., Wolper Productions


Leslie Ackerman
as Silvia
Christopher Stryker
as Harold 'Fearless' Feldman
Ken Sansom
as Expectant Father
Paula Victor
as Miss Fishbeck
Kathleen Doyle
as Nurse
Carole Androsky
as Miss Matusak
Jim Kester
as Student
Dennis Palumbo
as Santa Claus
Marcia Strassman
as Julie Kotter
Beth Kearney
as Rachel Kotter (twin)
Jenna McMahon
as Mrs. Zugler
Jack Fletcher
as Mr. Leonard Kripps
Richard Dimitri
as Detective
Henry Corden
as Mr. Sidney Fishbein
Bridget Hanley
as Mary Flannigan
David Daniel
as Male Student
Tommy Breslin
as Sidney Braden
Bryan O'Byrne
as Desk Sergeant
Ethelinn Block
as Student
Helaine Lembeck
as Judy Borden
Wendy Rastattar
as Wendy
Hope Summers
as Ms. Riley
Richard Moll
as Big Thug
Martin Garner
as Lou Grapette
Ron Palillo
as Arnold Horshack
Melonie Haller
as Angie Grabowski
Connie Sawyer
as Aunt Josephine
Susan Lanier
as Bambi Forster
Larry Brooks
as Third Substitute Teacher
Ellen Travolta
as Mrs. Horshack-O'Hara
Adam Hollander
as Punk
Laura Zucker
as Ms. Helms
Kenneth White
as Marine Recruiter
Vernee Watson
as Vernajean Williams
Alice Backes
as Mrs. Hansen
Susan Lawrence
as Daria 'Goldie' Dia
Demetre Phillips
as Baby Stevens
Scott Ben-Yashar
as Male Student/Student/Student in Class
Rebecca York
as Brunette Sweathog
Herb Edelman
as Moe Epstein
Susan Pratt
as Jenny Hansen
Mike Darnell
as Bennie Moretti
Larry Naschel
as Kibbutzer
Jeffrey Martin
as Scott Phillips
John Astin
as Mr. Gore
Frank Corsentino
as Mr. Overly - First Substitute Teacher
Dinah Manoff
as Charmaine
Robin Riker
as Sexy Nurse
John J. Fox
as TV Announcer
Daniel Chodos
as Eugene 'Blow Fish' Bigelow
Corey Fischer
as Waiter
Elyssa Davalos
as Judy Horshack
Irene Arranga
as Mary Johnson/Mary Johnson Horshack
James Komack
as Uncle Harry Orshack
Pat Morita
as Taro Takahashi
Sally Hightower
as Laura Stevens
Henry Beckman
as Samson Malone
Arnold Soboloff
as Charlie Piper
Frankie Verroca
as Freddie
Lisa Mordente
as Carmen Epstein
Robert Hegyes
as Juan Epstein
Kay Kearney
as Robin Kotter (twin)
Andrea McArdle
as Doris Horshack
Michael Preminger
as Eddie Mincer
Melody Anderson
as Blonde Sweathog
Barbara Deutsch
as Maxine Biffin
Linda McCullough
as Sally
Alan Oppenheimer
as Dr. Mel Melmann
Denise Galik
as Paula Holtzgang
Larry Cooper
as Student
Stephen Shortridge
as Beau DeLabarre
Charles Fleischer
as Carvelli
Deloresse Daniels
as African American Sweathog
Wendy Schaal
as Girl in Hallway
Mary Jo Catlett
as Mrs. Myrna Fishbein
Kevin Michael Burke
as Ambulance Orderly
Catarina Cellino
as Maria
Scott Brady
as Mr. Lou Caruso
Alston Ahern
as Emily
Jeannie Linero
as Impatient Spanish Woman
John Sylvester White
as Mr. Michael Woodman
James Woods
as Alex Welles
Rachel Levario
as Angelina
Sonny Melendrez
as Computer
Eric Suter
as Debate Team Member/Honor Student
Harold J. Stone
as Charlie Kotter
Frank O'Brien
as Jerry Cronkite
George Yanok
as Mr. Ferguson
Stephen Pearlman
as Mr. Chicken Manager
Sam Weisman
as Peter Charnoff
Jerry Rannow
as Oliver Miles
Marcy Hanson
as The Nurse
Kristine Greco
as Female Student/Girl in Class/Cheerleader
Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs
as Freddie 'Boom Boom' Washington
Dick Winslow
as Minister
Jack Dodson
as Mr. Hansen
John Travolta
as Vinnie Barbarino
Mike Agresta
as Student
Michael V. Gazzo
as Angelo DeMora
Ernest Harada
as Mr. Jan
Sip Culler
as J. Bubba-Hampton
Jane Dulo
as Nurse Bonney
Bill Adler
as Student
John Otrin
as Student
Ned Wertimer
as Second Substitute Teacher
Dena Dietrich
as Ilona Garland
Norman Alden
as Detective Lieutenant Eddie Lasky
George Carlin
as Wally 'The Wow' Wexler
Fred Karger
as No Nose Bloomberg
Stanley Brock
as Mr. Finch
Chanin Hale
as Orshack's Secretary
Robert Beecher
as Mr. Cummins - Janitor
Fred Grandy
as Andy
Priscilla Morrill
as Mrs. Gladstone Trevors-Smythe
Bebe Drake
as Ms. Jones
Amy Johnston
as Cassy
Georganne LaPiere
as Kelly Woodman
Don Stark
as Student/Student Extra
Ron Dennis
as Arthur
Dennis Bowen
as Todd Ludlow
Della Reese
as Mrs. Jean Tremaine
Judy Young
as Doris
John Hollander
as Punk
Robert Stoneman
as Leonard
Ancel Cook
as Mary's Uncle
Marcie Barkin
as Boom Boom's Groupie
Bob Harcum
as Wilbur Murray
Michael Taylor
as Lyle Flannigan
Debralee Scott
as Rosalie 'Hotsy' Totsy
Marian Collier
as Nurse Baker
Dean M. Solomon
as Manny Horshack
Gabe Kaplan
as Gabe Kotter
Jess Nadelman
as Coach
Stan Ross
as Weirdo in School Yard
Valerie Curtin
as Ms. Wright
Marlise Karlin
as Olga the Stripper
Patrick Collins
as Bobby

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1975 | 22 Episodes

Season 2

1976 | 23 Episodes

Season 3

1977 | 27 Episodes

Season 4

1978 | 23 Episodes


Awards & NominationsSee more »

People's Choice Awards, USA 1976


People's Choice Awards, USA

Favorite Overall New TV Program

Primetime Emmy Awards 1976


Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Comedy Series


Primetime Emmy Awards

Outstanding Achievement in Video Tape Editing for a Series

See full list »

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