Hotel (1983–1988)
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The Hotel staff find their hands full with a call girl who gets raped by a gang of rich boys, a lonely and demanding King , a wanna-be singer looking for a break, 2 divorcées finding each other and love once again, and a unexpected death.

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The Hotel staff find their hands full with a call girl who gets raped by a gang of rich boys, a lonely and demanding King , a wanna-be singer looking for a break, 2 divorcées finding each other and love once again, and a unexpected death.

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21 September 1983 (USA)  »

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In this pilot episode, James Brolin and guest star Morgan Fairchild share a story together. A few years later they play the fictional movie (film within a film) version of Pee Wee Herman (P.W. Herman) and Dottie in Pee Wee's Big Adventure. See more »

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Great Show!
20 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

Once again, looking back on an Aaron Spelling piece of TV wonder, I see how the man (and the legend) broke barriers with subjects that would make the average TV viewer raise a skeptical brow to this day: Gay relations, racism, anti-Semitism. He takes them head on, and does it very well. Leading characters Christine (the breathtakingly beautiful Connie Sellecca, probably one of the most beautiful women in the world) and Peter (James Brolin) make the show with an on-and-off ping-pong sort of relationship (much like in current hit show JAG). Well made, very enjoyable, great Aaron Spelling entertainment, and defiantly my favorite 80's show.


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