Charlie's Angels: Season 1, Episode 20

I Will Be Remembered (9 Mar. 1977)

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Aging actress Gloria Gibson, who is staging a comeback, is the target of a "gaslight number" intended to drive her insane. The Angels go undercover at the movie studio to protect their client and squash the plot against her.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jill Munroe (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)
Gloria Gibson
Peter MacLean ...
Frank Ross
Alfred Ryder ...
Jan Peters ...
Wynn Irwin ...
Louis Guss ...
Lunchie (as Louie Guss)
Ray Middleton ...
Diane Duncan ...
Al Eben ...
Gate Cop


Aging actress Gloria Gibson, who is staging a comeback, is the target of a "gaslight number" intended to drive her insane. The Angels go undercover at the movie studio to protect their client and squash the plot against her.

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Kelly suspects that someone is trying to do a "gaslight number" on Gloria Gibson. "Gaslighting" is a term used to define a form of psychological warfare designed to drives its victims to doubt and question their perceptions of reality, often dismissing their claims as figments of the imagination. The term is taken from the title of the 1938 British play, "Gas Light," which play was later made into the George Cukor film Gaslight (1944). See more »


During the wrap-up at the office, the Angels are supposed to be looking at pictures of a Botticelli artwork in a book, but the cover clearly states 'Michelangelo'. See more »


Sabrina Duncan: [aiming her gun at bad guy # 1] Hold it! This makes a very nasty hole.
Jill Munroe: [whips out her gun and points it at bad guy # 2] You can't be a beacon if your light don't shine, you know?
Kelly Garrett: [walks up to bad guy # 1 and takes his gun] Whould you think I was pushy if I asked why you were shooting at me?
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"The Heart of New York" ??
19 February 2009 | by (las vegas, nv) – See all my reviews

Leisurely-paced episode from the classic television series finds the Angels attempting to protect a legendary movie actress from someone who is apparently trying to drive her crazy. Ida Lupino plays the Norma Desmond-like movie star who has fallen on hard times, but is about to make a comeback in a remake of one of her old classics ("The Heart of New York", which looks as though it's being shot all on one set!). Farrah Fawcett-Majors' Jill has a sketchy role: she has press credentials and snoops around on the movie set, but only the guilty parties seem to take notice of her; Kate Jackson's Sabrina plays secretary (a role Sabrina took on too often); Jaclyn Smith's Kelly uses her feminine wiles to get an extra's union card and works on the picture playing a barmaid (!). David Doyle as Bosley has very little to do, while Lupino chews the scenery ("There's acting--and then there's ACTING!"). Two interesting details: Lupino's Gloria Gibson is rather curt with Jill but seems okay with Sabrina and Kelly, while Kelly is shot at three times near the climax and narrowly escapes with her life (which is then shucked off as 'all in a night's work'). Lax episode is a bit annoying and hugely unbelievable.

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