Personnel keep disappearing from Max Brown's ice show, so he hires Charlie and the angels to investigate. Kelly and Kris fill in for the missing skaters and find that the kidnappings are linked to political unrest in an Arab nation.

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Harvey Jason ...
Alvin
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Mason Fairchild
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Billy
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Durgus
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Arabian Group Leader (as Timothy Agolia Carey)
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Max Brown
James Oliver ...
Paul
Erik Kilpatrick ...
Jo Jo
Paul Wexler ...
Arabian Guard
Vicky Perry ...
Shirley Ward
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When two skaters at an ice show disappear, the owner calls Charlie and sends the girls to check it out. Later the security guard at the arena is also taken, told by the kidnappers to call the owner and tell him that he's sick but he's sending someone to replace him. Later Kelly and Kris try out for the show and somehow make it. Later two skaters come out of nowhere and offer to fill in for the missing skaters, and they do well and are accepted. Kelly finds the whole things suspect. Later the show's handyman is also taken. And one of the replacement skaters has a relative who can fill in for the man. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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21 September 1977 (USA)  »

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Kelly escapes out the skylight and her shadow is visible on what is supposed to be the sky. See more »

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Billy the towel boy: She has to be on the ice!
Alvin the artistic director: Are you, Billy the towel boy telling me, Alvin the artistic director of this entire show, what to do?
Billy the towel boy: Yes.
Alvin the artistic director: Well actually, the routine does work better with six.
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Edited into Charlie's Angels: Angels Remembered (1979) See more »

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If We Only Have Love
Sung by Dede Andros
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Sublime
8 November 2010 | by (Estero Island) – See all my reviews

The Angels go undercover in the Ice Capades! Show owner Phil Silvers (yay!) brings them in to solve the disappearance of his two stars, days before the opening. There are canyon-sized plot holes...the bad guy plan (Arab dissidents infiltrate ice show to shoot a sheik in the front row opening night, necessitating seven kidnappings and thousands of man-hours...i mean, i'm no mastermind, but...you guys ever hear of a sniper rifle?), and the Angel reaction (when they have enough evidence to lock up the bad guys for kidnapping and conspiracy, they "let the show go on", which will get them that murder charge too, but how is that preferable to, i don't know, STOPPING the murder??). But i quibble. Phil kvetches and treats the Angels with caustic disdain. The uncredited kidnapped ice queen is so beautiful my eyes hurt. Sabrina has a wacko fight with a man in a gorilla mask, then commandeers a car, runs a red light, and plows a cop car. Borderline-retarded towel boy James Gammon (the coach, MAJOR LEAGUE) is somehow ridiculous and poignant. In ice clown makeup, Kris is so childishly, innocently beautiful it will tear your heart. Kelly infiltrates an Arabian club. Her belly dancing is jaw-dropping. She may have hit the gym in the off-season, as i don't remember her having upper body muscle tone before. Guest star Edward Andrews (Grandpa "Au-to-mo-bile" Howard, SIXTEEN CANDLES) plays a carefree street wino who witnesses almost everything. In the final scene, the Angels take him out to get him rip-tootin' sauced! Still not sold? How about Jim Backus as the cranky, wizened ice show prop master? Sublime, my friends, sublime.


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