Student made project based on Mini-Mates
Featuring the voice talents of:
Here's the opening credits for the short lived tv series based on "Fast Times At Ridgemont High" movie.
Featured some past and future stars like Patrick Dempsey, Courtney Thorne Smith, Moon Unit Zappa, Claudia Wells, Dean Cameron, Vincent Shiavelli and Ray Walston reprising his role of "Mr. Hand"!
The show aired on CBS in 1986.
Theme was performed by Oingo Boingo or better known as Danny Elfman!
Courtney Thorne Smith
Courtney Thorne-Smith (born November 8, 1967) is an American actress. She is best known for her portraying of Alison Parker on Melrose Place, Georgia Thomas on Ally McBeal and Cheryl in According to Jim.
From a surprisingly bland sitcom comes an interesting moment - must be <b>Courtney</b> having a 'Melrose Place' flashback! Some girls never lose their looks - or anything else. Have fun at that barbecue, Jimbo! Viva la Tight Sweaters!
From Melrose Place.
To see my entire collection:
This opening sequence shows all 23 stars of Melrose Place with almost all of their opening shots. The music is from season 1 (slower version) and 6 (faster version). Starring in alphabetical order: Linden Ashby, Josie Bissett, Thomas Calabro, David Charvet, Marcia Cross, Kristin Davis, Rob Estes, Brooke Langton, Laura Leighton, Amy Locane, Jamie Luner, Alyssa Milano, John Haymes Newton, Lisa Rinna, Kelly Rutherford, Doug Savant, Grant Show, Andrew Shue, Courtney Thorne-Smith, Jack Wagner, Vanessa Williams, Daphne Zuniga. Special guest star: Heather Locklear as Amanda.
Norm MacDonald screws around during a Courtney Thorne-Smith interview.
A small list of beautiful women over 30, actually over 35.
When women hit 30, they get beautiful.
Women I thought of after I made the video:
Sarah Jessica Parker
(Sorry, Emily Robison and Natalie Maines don't make it, they're too young)
Susan Saint James
Please leave names of others I left off the list.
Lucy Hale, Courtney Thorne-Smith and Faith Ford star in
When beautiful and smart College freshman Katie Parker enters into pledge week on campus, shes a shoe-in for the popular Deltas—the beloved sorority house co-founded by her own mother years ago. But when Katie opts for the less popular, but more down-to-earth, Kappas, she becomes a campus pariah and a major disappointment to her disillusioned mother. This ignites an all-out sorority war for the annual and much coveted Tri-Crown Prize.
From the movie Summer School - Pam (Courtney Thorne-Smith) openly expresses her true feelings for Mr. Shoop (Mark Harmon) at a house party.
Katie (Lucy Hale) and Sara (Phoebe Strole) have been friends since childhood. They enter college together, where Katie is a prized legacy candidate for the Delta sorority, which was co-founded decades ago by her mother, Lutie (Courtney Thorne-Smith) and Summer (Faith Ford), whose own daughter Gwen (Amanda Schull) now leads the Deltas on campus. Events occur during pledge week to cause a rift between Katie and the Deltas, which leaves Sara as a Delta pledge and Katie out in the cold. Katie joins the rival Kappa sorority, and the rivalry splits not just Katie and Sara, but extends all the way into the Delta alumnae association led by Lutie and Summer.