By Pat Cook.
Cast: 6m., 6w. (Extras if desired.) Do you ever wonder what it was like to be a senior back in the '60s? Pick up this theatrical yearbook and Conner Murphy literally steps out of the pictures to take you on a tour. Through annual snapshots he tells the "real story" behind each photograph—how Wiley and Tater stole the rival school mascot or that Halloween when the "curse of a thousand dead eyes" almost came true; "who was dating who," or who almost didn't graduate. All the hysterical episodes and poignant fears that all of us faced, all the school traditions—like the prom that was held in the gym—are richly drawn out here. And all the fondly remembered characters are brought to life to tell their side of the story. (And just who was it that kept putting all those animals in the principal's office?) This hilarious collection of memories and high school adventures comes to you from the author of Three Murders and It's Only Monday! and Dad's Christmas Miracle. Two int. sets.