Charlie's Angels: Season 4, Episode 20

An Angel's Trail (27 Feb. 1980)

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Jill drives up to a robbery in progress at Pioneer Gasoline/The Rock Store. The perpetrator, along with his two sons as accomplices, decides he wants to take her as a hostage into the hills... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview:
Sam Mason
Clint Mason
John Lupton ...
Sheriff Hunt
Harley Mason
Dorothy Dells ...
Lee Thomas


Jill drives up to a robbery in progress at Pioneer Gasoline/The Rock Store. The perpetrator, along with his two sons as accomplices, decides he wants to take her as a hostage into the hills of the nearby isolated desert on their way to Canada. Written by Pafpdd

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The title comes from the burro trail found in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona that leads down to the canyon floor - Angel Bright Trail. See more »


Jill Munroe: [to Harley] I'm gonna bake you a cake.
Clint Mason: I said for you to shut up! You know you're ride's about over. You ain't gonna be baking nothing. Ever.
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Nice final appearance for Farrah on the show that made her.
3 August 2011 | by (Mind of the Films) – See all my reviews

Another user, robrosenberger, was right in his review for this episode of the popular Aaron Spelling show. Farrah's final appearance on "Angels" is an appropriate one. In it, she brings her character, Jill Monroe to a full closure in, as the above stated reviewer rightly described as a tear-jerking finale. Though I admit I was in tears before this final moment. The episode concerns itself with the kidnapping of Jill Monroe, and the Angels' attempt to rescue her. Kris is indubitably in a tassel over her sister's disappearance, and Kelley and Tiffany are given ample screen time and material to support Kris, but the episode really belongs to Jill, and what she does both to survive, and to be good to one of her captors, the mentally retarded son of the main bad guy (Jones.) This was a pretty deep episode and Farrah plays it to perfection, like only she could. It has the same level of intensity as an earlier Jill Monroe-centered episode, "The Angel Trap" in which Jill sees that there are two sides to a hit man the Angels are trying to trap (Fernando Lamas) and is torn between catching him, or helping him. Didn't want to give too much away. The plot, as read above is fairly simple, but interesting writing, great turns from Farrah and her co-stars make this episode a winner.

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