Charlie's Angels: Season 3, Episode 4

Angels in Springtime (11 Oct. 1978)

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When famous actress Eve LeDeux is electrocuted at an exclusive women's spa, the Angels go undercover to capture the killer and find the missing manuscript of Eve's memoirs, which may reveal information some would rather be forgotten.

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Joan Hotchkis ...
Dr. Slavin
Nancy Parsons ...
Zora
Pat Delaney ...
Ingrid (as Pat Delany)
Amy Stryker ...
Eve Perkins
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Eve Le Deux
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Norma
Bobbie Bresee ...
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When famous actress Eve LeDeux is electrocuted at an exclusive women's spa, the Angels go undercover to capture the killer and find the missing manuscript of Eve's memoirs, which may reveal information some would rather be forgotten.

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The photograph supposedly of Charlie and Eve Le Deux on stage is actually a still of James Cagney and Anita Louise in A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935). See more »

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After Kelly is supposed to be hypnotized and Dr. Slavin moves to the cabinet, the shots of Kelly opening her eyes are flipped in order to make her look in the right direction. Notice the lampshade in the background switches from left to right in three short close-ups, then back again. See more »

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Norma: [Kris is pushing Miss Norma Powers' wheelchair] I know who you are...
Kris Munroe: Oh, who am I?
Norma: Private detective from the Townsend Agency.
Kris Munroe: [pause] Who told you?
Norma: Our amazonian directrice, Miss Ingrid.
Kris Munroe: That's a little strange. I didn't think you guys were exactly best friends.
Norma: Does a cobra love a mongoose? No, she told me because she was afraid not to.
Kris Munroe: [stops walking] Are you sure you're in the theater, and not the mafia?
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References Charlie's Angels: The Seance (1976) See more »

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Great Episode
13 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I think this episode was fun. It is 70's TV, so there is always a "corny" factor. However, this happens to be one of the ones I choose to watch off my DVD set. I love the whole "Womens Only" club. It has that creepy feeling to the whole thing,the way they are like practically prisoners there. Also, Zora's character is GREAT! She is hilarious. The lady Dr.is totally creepy, almost seems like she wants to come-on to Kelly. Bosely sneaking into the club was funny. I think the dialog between Kelly and the creepy Dr. is great. Also, when Kris first meets Zora, that is a classic.I believe the 70's genre always has corny story lines in one way or another, but that is what makes it fun to watch, it is a little more simple than todays TV. Great Episode!


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