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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 title comes from the 1976 musical "A Chorus Line". The original Broadway production opened at the Shubert Theater in New York on July 25, 1975, won the 1976 Tony Awards for the Best Musical, Book and Score and ran for 6,137 performances, setting a record. That record was later broken by "Cats", which ran for 7,485 performances. See more »


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Charles Townsend: [on speakerphone] Angels, I'm afraid you're going to have to pull out your dancing shoes.
Kelly Garrett: Charlie, my dancing shoes are very, very dusty.
Julie Rogers: Well, that's alright, I'll dust them off for you.
Kelly Garrett: Really?
Julie Rogers: Yeah, as your agent/manager, it's the least I can do.
Kelly Garrett: Clever.
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Dancing Lady
Music & Lyrics by Edward J. Lakso
Orchestrations by William Pierre
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Bosley directs!
30 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

There are a lot of things one can complain about in "Chorus Line Angels": Kris does not get to sing or dance at all in a musical episode (unlike season 2's "Angels On The Wings"); Mark Slade gives an awful performance as a slow-witted janitor; the bad guy's plan is not very well thought out, to say the least; and the repetition at the end (you'll know what I mean) is too much. However, the episode is worth seeing if only for 3 big, splashy production numbers which are quite lavish and impressive for a TV show. Also, the guest female cast is very pleasing on the eyes, and the bad guy's Halloween mask is quite creepy. This episode marks the only time David Doyle (Bosley) stepped up behind the camera to direct; it must have occupied him a lot, because he doesn't appear in front of it as much as usual. **1/2 out of 4.

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