Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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On a cruise ship, one of the passengers recognizes another passenger as a man who killed his wife, but originally disappeared. Later the passenger is found dead. The owner then calls ... See full summary »

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Ben Anderson
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Captain Jack McGuire
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On a cruise ship, one of the passengers recognizes another passenger as a man who killed his wife, but originally disappeared. Later the passenger is found dead. The owner then calls Charlie. They believe that someone is smuggling fugitives out of the country on the ship. And they suspect one man, Sanchez of being involved. But they know that there others so to find out who they are they need to provide them with another fugitive. So Sabrina poses as a woman on the run and approaches Sanchez who offers to help her for a price. Kelly is hired as the ship's new recreation director and Kris goes on board as another passenger. So they figure out which members of the crew are involved but somehow they know who they are. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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8 November 1978 (USA)  »

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When Kris is hiding in the closet as Little Bo Peep, position of her cane keeps reversing from close-up shot vs. the shot from the room. See more »

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Kelly Garrett: [referring to suspect Mark Correll] You think you can get a look around his cabin?
Kris Munroe: I don't think that's gonna be a problem.
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