Dancers are disappearing during rehearsals for a new musical. A reluctant Kelly auditions as a new dancer, Julie poses as her agent/manager and Kris pretends to be a reporter.



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Episode cast overview:
Darian Mason
John Summers
Pamela Peadon ...
Marcia Howard
Mary Doyle ...
Ruth Traina
Nancy Swenson
Lee Travis ...
Jessica Thorpe
Sandy Rovetta ...
Grace (as Sandy Roveta)
Louis Zito ...
Mr. Karnes


When a group who's trying to put together a Vegas show is besieged by the disappearance of their choreographer and lead star. One of the investors turns to Charlie for help. So Kelly is tapped by the director to replace the star without seeing her dance which doesn't make the new choreographer happy because Kelly doesn't have any experience. Written by

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21 February 1981 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The only episode directed by David Doyle. See more »


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Marcia Howard: Nancy, what are you doing?
Nancy Stevenson: I'm trying to do what you ask.
Marcia Howard: Trying doesn't make it! Trying is for amateurs. Doing is for professionals.
Nancy Stevenson: Well, look, I, I'm, I'm not a quick study. I need a little more time.
Marcia Howard: Time we haven't got, Nancy. Elephants have time and they dance just about as well.
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Dancing Lady
Music & Lyrics by Edward J. Lakso
Orchestrations by William Pierre
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Broadway revue or ANGELS?
16 June 2013 | by (Jersey City) – See all my reviews

A little slice of fun. As disappearances shroud a show preparing for a Vegas audition, Kelly joins the line. She's just as good as she needs to be, and the production numbers are charming enough to make you forget a few plot holes and uninspired moments. Why does the cast look like they're having more fun than any time since Hawaii? Perhaps it's the director...Mr. David Doyle, the only cast member to ever helm an episode. This one also qualifies as the second-most surreal episode ever (after that Bill Bixby LSD trip in season 1, of course). Why? Because they finish the big finale, then for no apparent it again! After a minute of questioning your sanity, you'll figure out that they probably came up a few minutes short in the editing room. Wild.

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