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"Charlie's Angels" Mr. Galaxy (1981)

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Original Air Date:
17 June 1981 (Season 5, Episode 15)
When several attempts are made on body builder Ron Gates' life, the Angels are hired to investigate... See more » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Jaclyn Smith ... Kelly Garrett

Cheryl Ladd ... Kris Munroe

Tanya Roberts ... Julie Rogers

David Doyle ... John Bosley
Roger Callard ... Ron Gates

Richard Bakalyan ... Artie Weaver (as Dick Bakalyan)

Ric Drasin ... Chuck Wilde

Joseph Ruskin ... Danny Barr
Bonnie Keith ... Selena Hansen
Floyd Levine ... Norman Powers
Louie Elias ... Frank
Will MacMillan ... John Wheeler
Karen Haber ... Sally
David Wendel ... Deliveryman (as David Wende)

Allan Graf ... Carl
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

John Forsythe ... Charles Townsend (voice) (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Don Chaffey 
Writing credits
Ivan Goff (created by) &
Ben Roberts (created by)

Mickey Rich  teleplay &
Larry Mitchell  story &
Robert Spears  story

Produced by
Leonard Goldberg .... executive producer
Shelley Hull .... associate producer
Elaine Rich .... producer
Aaron Spelling .... executive producer
Original Music by
Jack Elliott 
Allyn Ferguson 
Cinematography by
Richard M. Rawlings Jr. (director of photography) (as Dick Rawlings Jr.)
Film Editing by
Arnold Baker 
Casting by
Robin Lippin 
Art Direction by
Serge Krizman 
Paul Sylos 
Set Decoration by
Joseph A. Armetta 
Costume Design by
Nolan Miller 
Makeup Department
Mel Berns Jr. .... makeup artist
Mark Bussan .... makeup artist
Emma M. diVittorio .... hair stylist (as Emma di Vittorio)
Dorothy D. Fox .... hair stylist (as Dorothy Fox)
Norma Lee .... hair stylist
Gary Liddiard .... makeup artist
Production Management
Don Hall .... post-production supervisor
Norman Henry .... executive production manager
Al Kraus .... supervising production manager
Lynn M. Morgan .... production manager (as Lynn Morgan)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jack Breschard .... second assistant director
John Hockridge .... first assistant director
Art Department
Bob Henderson .... property master
John Hollis .... construction coordinator
Gordon Kirschbaum .... construction manager
Marco A. Campos .... propmaker (uncredited)
Sound Department
Tommy Thompson .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Bill Ferrier .... special effects
Gary Epper .... stunt coordinator
Jeannie Epper .... stunt double: Tanya Roberts (uncredited)
Julie Ann Johnson .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert E. Dawes Jr. .... first assistant camera
Michael J. Coo .... dolly grip (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Charlotte Iwata .... wardrobe: Jaclyn Smith
Joe McCloskey .... wardrobe: men
Lily Yamada .... wardrobe: women
Editorial Department
Arnold Baker .... assistant post-production supervisor (uncredited)
Music Department
Rocky Moriana .... music supervisor
Steve Livingston .... music editor (uncredited)
Other crew
Doris Chisholm .... script supervisor
Bret Garwood .... executive coordinator

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ivan Goff  creator
Ben Roberts  creator

Production Management
Bert Gold .... production manager (episode "One Love... Two Angels")
Don Hall .... post-production supervisor (season 5: 1980-1981) (sometimes as Don Hall, Jr.)
Production CompaniesDistributorsOther Companies

Additional Details

49 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

The title is based on the Mr. Universe contest who's winners include California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.See more »
Danny Barr:What can I do for you, young lady?
Julie Rogers:I was supposed to meet a friend of mine here but I can't find her.
Danny Barr:Well, it's a pretty big place. You'd better look into lost and found.
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Movie Connections:
References "Wonder Woman" (1975)See more »


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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Not all THAT bad..., 3 February 2016
Author: jas-55966

So I know that most people that comment HATE this episode, but I think it's got some cute, endearing moments.

So the angels seem to really develop a soft spot for that hunky, soft-hearted client of theirs, and his equally endearing trainer... It's fun to watch Boz go undercover as a wannabe-weightlifter... Bonnie Keith, one of my fave guest-stars from her other 2 scene- stealing episodes, does a quick walk-on. And then the chick who played Jan in "Grease" does a cameo as the receptionist???? I mean, COME ON!@ This episode has its moments...

Okay, sure the scene where Kris and Ron get run off the road, and she's like "What's going on" all ditzy-like... I mean, REALLY, COME ON KRIS!@#$ This ain't your first time at the Rodeo...

The locations are interesting, lots of outdoor graffiti makes it gritty and urban, a bit toned down from the usual glamour (think episodes like "Love Boat Angels", "One Love Two Angels", "Diamond In The Rough", you know, the angels hob-knobbing with the rich and gutless...

And the actor who plays Danny, the villain, he was in Season 1 classic "The Killing Kind" as Robert Loggia's sidekick, and had a long career as a character actor... check him out in "The Twilight Zone" as a menacing genie in a bottle granting cursed wishes.

It definitely cheapens the episode to have stock footage from way back in season 2 (the auditorium crowd scenes from "Angels On Ice" and "Angels All In A Row" - you can even spot "Sabrina" handing out programs in yellow jacket she wore in Season 2, Episode 2).

So pluses and minuses... I still think its a cute concept. Could have done with a better script or less plot-holes. I like Ron's character and how he interacts with the Angels. And Boz could have really stole the show, as the main Male protagonist to the Angels in this testosterone-laden episode (something for everyone, men, women, gays, straights, LOL).

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