Charlie's Angels: Season 5, Episode 12

Stuntwomen Angels (28 Feb. 1981)

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A man dressed as an archer is causing accidents at Mammoth studios. The Angels go undercover as stunt women (after taking a crash course at Big Teddy's stunt school). The main target seems ... See full summary »

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Denny Miller ...
Jeff Stanowitch
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Jonathan Tobias
Beth Scheffell ...
Ellen Travers (as Beth Schaffel)
Ed Ruffalo ...
Bob Micklin
Gerald S. O'Loughlin ...
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A man dressed as an archer is causing accidents at Mammoth studios. The Angels go undercover as stunt women (after taking a crash course at Big Teddy's stunt school). The main target seems to be the stunt coordinator working on 'Lady West' and 'Marian and her Merry Maidens', the latter being a remake of an Errol Flynn classic. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Before the filming of the big fight scene for "Marian and her Merry Maids" near the end of the episode, the same two extras and a prop man are seen entering Stage D Exit A twice in a row as the same footage is reused. See more »

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Miss Taylor: My God, oh my God!
Jonathan Tobias: Stop my God'ing! Go get a doctor!
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Stunt-doubled Angels
27 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

This one is more boring than anyone has the right to expect after looking at that title. Actually, the Angels only do three big stunts in this episode, and I'm 99% certain they were all doubled for all of them

  • why else would the camera pull so far away when they started


executing the stunts? The rest of the time the "stuntwomen" Angels just sit around or duck for cover while the real stunt people on the set do their stage fighting. The mystery is not much either; there are really only two suspects, the episode even SHOWS you who the "mad archer" is halfway through, but adds a last-minute small twist that is kind of stupid. One scene I did like was Kris' expression after testing a drink with a supposed "calming effect", which she has prepared according to the instructions of the man who hires the Angels. ** out of 4.


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