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Angels in Springtime 

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)
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Eve Perkins
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Eve Le Deux
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Norma
Bobbie Bresee ...
Amy
Traci Hunt ...
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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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11 October 1978 (USA)  »

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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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When Kris is trapped inside the sauna, she has to stand on her toes to look out the window in the door. But when seen from outside, she is able to look out much easier. See more »

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Kelly Garrett: Would you like a brandy?
Dr. Slavin: No thank you, and I'd much prefer you didin't either. Alcohol is a depressant. Besides, it might affect your heart beat.
Kelly Garrett: My heart could use a little jazzing up after the last few months.
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References Charlie's Angels: The Seance (1976) See more »

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One of my least favorite episodes
14 July 2006 | by (Tennessee) – See all my reviews

In something I recently wrote for the Charlie's Angels episode called Angels in Vegas, I said that the show is "70s television in all its glory. It's cheesy, unrealistic, and a whole lot of fun. If you're going to enjoy this stuff, you simply cannot take it seriously." Angels in Springtime pushes the limits of my statement. I hate to sound like I'm contradicting myself, but the episode titled Angels in Springtime is a little too cheesy and a little too unrealistic. Sure, it was fun watching the Angels go up against Nancy Parsons and Mercedes McCambridge, but that's about it. The plot is even more obvious than normal for a Charlie's Angels episode. The fight scenes are overly staged and it's far too obvious that stunt people are involved. There's no mystery and no suspense – not even the cheesy 70s variety. And, the scene near the ending has to be the stupidest, lamest idea ever. Kris has been kidnapped and is about to be put to death. But these criminals don't use a gun, a knife, an explosive device, an egg beater, or even a dead fish. Instead, they're using the most shocking, devious murder weapon ever devised – hot bath towels! Huh? Wait a minute! Did I miss something? I've seen a lot of murder weapons used in television shows and movies, but warm, wet bath towels are new one on me. Oh the pain! The agony! To be forced to lay under three (that's right, three – not just one) damp towels – I'm shocked she was able to pull through.


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