Lee Majors, says that he never told then wife Farrah Fawcett that she had to quit the show because he needed his food on the table when he got home from shooting his series The Six Million Dollar Man (1974). This was a rumor that had been floating around Hollywood for sometime that made its way into this production. See more »
When Lee Majors is in a record store, we see Bon Jovi's "7800° Fahrenheit" album. Bon Jovi's released that album in 1985. 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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