Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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A series of attempts on the Angels' lives lead them to seek refuge in Charles Townsend's palatial home (where Bosley has already removed any evidence of Charlie's appearance). However, the ... See full summary »

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Jill Munroe (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)
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John Horn ...
Harry Wardlow
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David Healy ...
Miles Cavendish
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Col. Blaylock
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Sister Anne
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Ron Meeker
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John Petlock ...
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Cabbie #2 (as Steven Burleigh)
Michael Lederman ...
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A series of attempts on the Angels' lives lead them to seek refuge in Charles Townsend's palatial home (where Bosley has already removed any evidence of Charlie's appearance). However, the three girls discover just in time to save their boss's life that he is the true target - allowing Charlie to once again slip away into obscurity. Written by Steve Green

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27 October 1976 (USA)  »

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The first of two appearances of Sabrina's ex-husband Bill, who was played by Michael Bell See more »

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When the hit man exits his car at Charlie's mansion the reflection of the camera operator is visible reflected in the car door. See more »

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Jill Munroe: Hey, I'm gonna take the girls for some pizza, kind of a 'almost victory' party. Y'all come along?
Kelly Garrett: I'm sorry, but we've got, eh, other plans
[gives Alan a meaningful look]
Jill Munroe: Oh, well, that's a healthy activity too. See ya!
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"It's difficult to pick up the thread's of one's past..."
9 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

A menacing mercenary (armed with an Uzi and a pronounced limp!) attempts to eliminate the Angels one by one: he shoots at Kelly in her house, fires at Jill in the gymnasium where she coaches girls' basketball, and plants a bomb in Sabrina's water bottle. But the attacks were merely attempts; the ladies soon figure out their would-be assassin is only trying to scare them into hiding out at Charlie's mansion, where the hit-man's employer--an embezzler who spent 15 years in prison thanks to Mr. Townsend--will be waiting to exact his revenge. Dopey episode from the series' first season takes some lazy short-cuts (such as the slides of the Angels the hit-man possesses--all stills taken from previous episodes!--and a trip to Sabrina's father's beach house which is the same location normally used for Jill's house). We do learn that Kelly was raised in a Catholic orphanage and has never gotten over being abandoned by her parents (she gives an early heave-ho to doctor-boyfriend Tom Selleck in the installment's strongest sequence). It also turns out that Sabrina has an ex-husband, a cop who loves her but tends to smother her with his endless worrying. The finale--involving the hijacking of an innocent man's taxi cab--is distinctly undercooked, with boss Charlie apparently having no idea what's been going on at his house while away on business.


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