After a disappearance and a murder at an old fashioned ballroom dance contest, Bosley and Tiffany team up as a dancing couple. Meanwhile Kris and Kelly try to get information from the club ... See full summary »

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After a disappearance and a murder at an old fashioned ballroom dance contest, Bosley and Tiffany team up as a dancing couple. Meanwhile Kris and Kelly try to get information from the club owners who seem to think they are living in a Bogart movie. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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John Bosley: Where's Tiffany?
Kelly Garrett: In the powder room. Something about a toe you stepped on during the tango.
John Bosley: Impossible.
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Guest Starring Mr Cesar Romero (The Joker In Batman)
27 December 2010 | by See all my reviews

The Angels look into a murder case at an old fashioned ballroom contest...where Cesar Romero is present.

I am not a regular viewer of this series, I just bumped into this episode by chance...and as a fan of Batman (1966-68)...thank god I bumped into it! There is something about Romero's acting in this hour that holds the viewer in a very powerful way. This is not the comical Joker in any way, shape or form. This is another side to Romero. It was a few months ago that I watched this hour of television but I remember Romero like I watched him yesterday.

To give away the ending would be a crime, let me just say that this is one of the better hours of 1980s television.


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