After Kris invites Bosley & the Angels to a small town for a vacation, their arrival is marred by a lack of rooms & gangsters who have broken their headlights, & they develop a plan to rescue the women kidnapped by the gang.

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Denny Miller ...
Ed Fellows
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Mills
Ron Soble ...
Slade
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Dressler
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Paul Danvers
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Lydia Danvers
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Bill Storm
Herb Vigran ...
Weatherby
Cliff Medaugh ...
Connors
Louie Elias ...
Haller
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Kris invites the gang to join her when she visits her aunt and uncle who are the mayor and sheriff respectively of a small town. Before they arrive some men take her uncle, and along with most of the town's women, put them on a bus and drive off. When the gang arrives they discover that the place that Kris booked for them tells them they have no vacancies. When they go see her aunt she acts very nervously, and she refuses to reveal what's going on. That's when two of the men who took her uncle takes a shot at them. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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10 January 1979 (USA)  »

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The characters Paul Danvers (the sheriff) and his wife Lydia Danvers (the mayor)Played by John McIntire and Jeanette Nolan were also TV husband and wife Clay and Holly Granger,owners of the Shiloh ranch,from 1967 to 1970 on "The Virginian". In "Angels on vacation" the fictional town of Paylon Arizona was probably based on Payson Arizona. See more »

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Lydia Danvers: They're my friends, and my husband is there. I can't do any less than my best for them. I have to take as much risk as they're taking. If I don't, it makes me as old, as helpless as you think I am.
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And what a vacation!
7 December 2012 | by See all my reviews

The Angels and Bosley go an trip to a small town where an uncle and aunt of Kris live (he's the sheriff, she's the mayor) for a little rest and recreation. As it always happens in crime TV series in cases like this, they stumble onto trouble instead: the uncle has disappeared, the aunt looks nervous, and the entire town seems to want them to leave as soon as possible. Could all this have anything to do with the dangerous criminal who is being transported to that town while waiting for the FBI to arrive? One of the best season 3 episodes, with an effective "Ghost Town" atmosphere, a deadly shootout, an actually suspenseful climax, and some of the most unusual disguises for the Angels: they dress up as old ladies! *** out of 4.


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