What if 7 classic sitcom castaways left in limbo on a deserted island were never rescued by a TV movie over a decade later? What would have happened to the simple farm girl from Kansas and ... See full summary »
Meego is a 9,000 year old alien whose spaceship crashes on Earth and is discovered by Trip, Maggie, and Alex Parker. They take a liking to him and convince their single father, Edward, to ... See full summary »
Ed Begley Jr.,
The famous Harlem Globetrotters crash land on Gilligans Island, immediately dispatching a terrifying 'shark' by throwing basketballs at it. A mad doctor and his accomplice plan to take over the island for its rich energy supply by scaring off Gilligan and his buddies, but it soon settles to a basketball match between the doctors robots and the aforementioned Globetrotters Written by
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The map of Gilligan's Island that Landau shows the robot is actually the map of the big island of Hawaii, flipped both vertically and horizontally. See more »
In the series Season 1 Episode 35 Mr and Mrs Howell state they have no children and adopt Gilligan giving him the name "Gilligan Thurston Howell IV". But in this movie the Howells now have a son. See more »
I enjoyed this movie but don't ask a Gilligan's Island manic what they thought about it
I enjoyed this movie. Most true Gilligan's Island fans (which I am) Would say that this is the worst movie. I think that that is just what made this movie interesting. It was different. In this movie there was a different Ginger than in Rescue from and Castaways on. I had trouble telling who Ginger was. You probably won't like this movie if you like B-Ball but don't like Gilligan's Island. There is a B-Ball match at the end. But it is not a real match. The Harlem Globetrotters play against the "New Invinvcibles" who are robots. I give this movie 5 out of 10. The worst movie in the series.... But give it a try
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