Tropicana Casino owner Frank Howell (a non-singing Dean Martin) calls Bosley and the Angels to Las Vegas to investigate some suspicious deaths that he believes are part of a plot to gaslight him.

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Jip Baker
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Ed Slocum
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Joan Wells
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Joey January (as Herbert Edelman)
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Mary Phillips
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Case (as Ron Rondell)
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Tropicana Casino owner Frank Howell (a non-singing Dean Martin) calls Bosley and the Angels to Las Vegas to investigate some suspicious deaths that he believes are part of a plot to gaslight him.

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13 September 1978 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The Tropicana - the hotel casino owned by Dean Martin's character in this episode - was participating in the mob "skim" at the time this episode was aired. See more »

Goofs

Sabrina gets a perm before going to Vegas, which comes and goes in all subsequent scenes. Kelly gets in her car to to visit Mr. Haines at the stock car racing, and arrives there wearing a completely different outfit. See more »

Quotes

Frank Howell: And I don't care what It costs, Mr. Townsend.
John Bosley: I love that song!
Sabrina Duncan: Bosley!
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Edited into Charlie's Angels: Angels Remembered (1979) See more »

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One for the Dealer
Written by Edward J. Lakso
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appalling
13 September 2010 | by (Estero Island) – See all my reviews

Wretchedly, irredeemably appalling. Not the "so bad it's good" kind of bad, either, rather the throw-a-lamp appalling. Dean Martin plays a casino owner who hires the Angels to investigate deaths at his casino. He and Sabrina become romantically involved, and they don't have nearly enough chemistry or well-written lines to overcome one's frustration with Hollywood's dipping yet again (and again and again and again and again) into the old man/young woman well. They also had the services of Scatman Crothers, Dick Sargent (in his second ANGELS spin), Michael Conrad of HILL STREET BLUES, and Robert Urich, but the only people who could enjoy this one are bulimics.


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