A desperate salesman reluctantly teams up with a beautiful femme fatale to close a big sale. After a hot love affair, she is murdered and her personal assistant blackmails the salesman into... See full summary »
Lee Anne Beaman,
The air dates shown on screen for the first season of Charlie's Angels are all mixed up. A clip of Sabrina racing in Charlie's Angels: Hellride is shown with air date 29 September 1976, while it was shown a week earlier, September 22nd (this date is also shown, but without an actual clip). The next date on screen is October 6, 1975, on which there was no broadcast. This is accompanied by clips recreating scenes from Charlie's Angels: Lady Killer (November 24, 1976) and Charlie's Angels: Night of the Strangler(October 13, 1976). After that this last date is shown accompanied by a non specific scene. See more »
A wiser man than I once said: Imitation is the sincerest form of television.
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This was supposed to be a biography of the rise and downfall of the program and it wasn't!
This was shown on the biography channel and was about as informative as a children's comic! I gave it 2 out of 10 for it's attention to detail because for the most part it had a 70s feel to it and the three ladies that played the original three angels looked like them so the make-up was good.
This was supposed to be a biography on the biography channel but it was void of everything that is normally / usually seen in one of their biographies. No interviews with surviving cast members, crew members, production team members etc., or their friends, families, and any biographers of those people. In fact I know just as much now about the programme as I did before I watched this film that was based on the (supposedly) biographical book. As for actually learning something that no-one knew about the program and wasn't common knowledge well that never happened.
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