Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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Charlie's Angels 

When a wealthy winegrower disappears, the three private investigators go undercover at the vineyard to track down the whereabouts of the body. If the body doesn't turn up in a certain ... See full summary »
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Jill Munroe (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)
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When a wealthy winegrower disappears, the three private investigators go undercover at the vineyard to track down the whereabouts of the body. If the body doesn't turn up in a certain amount of time, the inheritance will be presented to the man's second wife, Rachel, instead of his long-lost daughter, Janet. Written by Bill Hatfield <hatfield@stgeorges.edu>

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21 March 1976 (USA)  »

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Bo Hopkins would later co-star with John Forsythe in Dynasty. See more »

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At the conclusion of the case, Jill is hiding in the swamp (which is more like a pond) and at one point ducks underwater. Then she swims across it and gets out. When we see her on the other side, she is completely dry. See more »

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John Bosley: I saw a Speckled Robin. Now that's the first one I've seen this far North in years.
Beau Creel: By any chance, did you see a Lying Swallow?
John Bosley: I don't believe I know the species.
Beau Creel: I'm looking at one.
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The much maligned show that started it all.
11 November 2000 | by (Reno, NV) – See all my reviews

This was the show that started it all for me. Right up there with Wonder Woman and the Bionic Woman. Dismissed at the time as jiggle television, most agree now that it was much more than that. Part of the trickle down effect feminism of the late sixties/early seventies. TVLand has been rerunning all the episodes to tie-in with the movie and it has brought back many memories. My favorite episode is still Angels In Chains. Most people agree the show was over by the time Shelly Hack was in, and who even remembers that Tanya Roberts was in it?


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