Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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Angels on Horseback 

Some people go to a dude ranch, they arrive in the evening and they're brought there in a van. When they arrive one of the guests is killed. Obviously one of the guests killed him. So ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview:
Jean Trevor
Sheriff Hayden
William Phipps ...
George Jackson
Ted Markland ...
Ed Cole
Louie Elias ...
Hal Riddle ...
The Real Ed Miller


Some people go to a dude ranch, they arrive in the evening and they're brought there in a van. When they arrive one of the guests is killed. Obviously one of the guests killed him. So Charlie is hired to find out who so he sends the girls and Bosley to the ranch. When they arrive Charlie informs them that the dead man was involved in some kind of scam and some of the guests and a ranch employee worked with him. And one of these persons, a woman who was involved with the man, appears to have hooked up with another guest. Written by

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21 December 1977 (USA)  »

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Sabrina Duncan: [talking fast to save her skin] Ah, look, I really don't know what's going on here, and I really don't care, so why don't I just leave now, I'll forget everything I ever knew which is nothing anyway, right?
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Kris Munroe Shoots Someone Again!!!
29 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sabrina,Kelly and Kris go to a dude ranch to find out who has killed one of the guests in Angel On Horseback.

The Angels and Bosley head to the Sunwest Dude Ranch to investigate the death of Joseph Frisch, who was found murdered on the facility's bus. They pretend to be strangers, but camp foreman Ed Cole becomes suspicious when he sees them talking with the sheriff before boarding the bus. He places a burr under a horse's saddle, causing it to buck Sabrina. George Jackson, a sleazy private investigator who once worked for Charlie, calls two men and reports the location of one of the camp's guests. Bosley learns that Cole and ranch guest Jean Trevor were once employees of Frisch's company. Jean denies having ever met Frisch. Kelly overhears a scuffle in Cole's room, and someone shoves her out of the way as she enters. She finds that Cole has been murdered. Bosley is perplexed to see Jean embracing a man named Ed Miller, as she had reportedly been involved with Frisch. After much prompting, she finally admits that Frisch switched identities with Ed Miller because some of his mob associates are out to get him. He told Jean that he killed Miller in self-defense, but the man was actually just an innocent bystander. Frisch also murdered Cole because he had recognized Frisch and was trying to blackmail him.

This is probably the first time that the Angels gets into a case that involves the mob.Although it wasn't really a great story,it still was a good one to watch especially after we see Kris shoots another person for the second time this season.

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