Charlie's Angels: Season 1, Episode 0

Charlie's Angels (21 Mar. 1976)

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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 ... See full summary »

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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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This was David Ogden Stiers' only appearance in the show as his character of Scott Woodville was removed as it was deemed unnecessary for Charlie to have two male liaisons. See more »

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In the photo shown of young Janet LeMaire she has light eyes, but both angels trying to impersonate her have brown eyes. At the end of the episode, current day Janet is also shown with brown eyes. See more »

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Jill Munroe: [aiming a riffle at Beau] I don't trust a man who's teeth don't show when he smiles.
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This swill was popular television?
9 February 2002 | by (Broken Bow, Oklahoma) – See all my reviews

You must wonder about the intelligence of TV viewers during the seventies when this gibberish was on top. I saw my first episode last week and was totally amazed at the amateur hour presented therein. A sixth grade dialogue, extremely emaciated plot, downright silly action scenes as the "girls" took on ruthless drug lords with their pipsqueak snubbies, absolutely pathetic performances, and the list goes on and on. But who could give a good performance when asked to do mindless garbage like this? No wonder I prefer books to television.


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