Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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Catch a Falling Angel 

The Angels investigate the disappearance of a young man whose ex girlfriend, Bess Hemsdale, has moved to the big city and joined the adult film industry under the name of 'Sally Storm'. Kris goes undercover as a potential starlet.

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Elissa Leeds ...
Bess Hemsdale
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Sully Boyar ...
Stiles
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Hacker
Anthony Mannino ...
Trask (as R. Anthony Mannino)
Richard Balin ...
Jarvis
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Seth Jeffers
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Sloan
Dorit Stevens ...
Elaine
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The Angels investigate the disappearance of a young man whose ex girlfriend, Bess Hemsdale, has moved to the big city and joined the adult film industry under the name of 'Sally Storm'. Kris goes undercover as a potential starlet.

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The title is based on the 1957 song "Catch a Falling Star" written by Paul Vance and Lee Pockriss and it became a hit for Perry Como; his last number one hit which also won a Grammy. See more »

Quotes

Joe Willis: Who are you, and why did you push your way into my office?
Kris Munroe: Well, who I am doesn't really matter, or where I come from. What really matters is what, eh, you and I can do for each other.
Joe Willis: Hmm. And what would that be?
Kris Munroe: Well, you make films, and I'm an actress. And I also need to make some money, real fast.
Joe Willis: [laughs] You know, if you could just overcome your shyness and learn not how to be so vague, speak your mind, yet, get to the point, you might get somewhere in this world.
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Music and lyrics by Edward J. Lakso
Sung by Lynne Marta
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