Charlie's Angels: Season 2, Episode 24

Antique Angels (10 May 1978)

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An antique car rally serves as the backdrop when a company is raided by criminals masquerading as a film crew to steal radioactive fuel cores and smuggle them out of the country.

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An antique car rally serves as the backdrop when a company is raided by criminals masquerading as a film crew to steal radioactive fuel cores and smuggle them out of the country.

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Recycled Wardrobe: The antique police (Keystone Cop) uniforms worn by the Angels in this episode can also be seen in the 1975 movie "The Legend of Lizzie Borden" starring Elizabeth Montgomery. See more »

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Kris Munroe: You know, I wonder what kinda costumes Charlie sent out?
John Bosley: I don't know, something appropriate for this old relic, I suppose.
Kris Munroe: Oh Bosley, I don't think you're an old relic. Yet...
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Antique Car Rally
29 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A space age fuel is stolen and Sabrina,Kelly and Kris track down the thieves to an antique car rally where they pose as Keystone Cops at Antique Angels.

Some men convince a security guard to open a gate by pretending to film a movie. They shoot him to death and break into the building; where they steal libidrium, a highly radioactive fuel. The head of the facility seeks the Angels' help to locate the thieves and keep them from selling the libidrium to a foreign power. Sabrina notices unusual tire tracks at the scene of the crime, and realizes that they came from an old- fashioned car. The Angels together with Bosley acquire a car from Charlie and head for an antique car rally in nearby Termo. While searching for a car with tires matching the tracks found at the crime scene, Sabrina encounters Carl Nichols, an uptight young man who freaks out when she tries to look at his engine. Bosley later reveals that Nichols is an ex-convict. Bosley meets a charming woman, but fears that she is up to something when a computer check shows that she lied about her name. He later learns that she is an affluent widow who wants to hide her wealth from potential suitors until they know each other better. Kelly pays the opportunistic rally director for a look at the sign-up sheet. Two men shoot and kill him. Kelly discovers that the arrival times of two of the entries including Nichols have been forged. Nichols finally confesses that he has rigged his engine in the hopes of winning the race and taking the $5000 prize money.

While many Charlie's Angels fans consider this a rehashed of the first season episode after the show's pilot,Hellride as it involved race cars being used to bad guys should think of a new way to smuggle stolen goods out of the country,it manages to become enjoyable in the sense that we get to see depression-era cars in the so-called Antique Cars Rally.Also,we get to see David Doyle's comedic skills in this episode which manages to elicit humor to the viewer aside from the undercover the Angels had to go through as Keystone cops.


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