A woman who's never met her real father wants to find him so he can give her away at her wedding; and a scientist desperate to make a great discovery pays for his determination with a weekend of sheer terror.

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Tattoo (credit only)
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Julie
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Gene Collins
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Christa Ackland
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George Stickney
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A woman who's never met her real father wants to find him so he can give her away at her wedding; and a scientist desperate to make a great discovery pays for his determination with a weekend of sheer terror.

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This episode marks Genie Francis' only 3rd acting job. She was on 2 episodes of Family in 1976. And this is her only appearance on Fantasy Island. See more »

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Greg Marmalard and The Skipper say hi
17 September 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As the other reviewer mentioned in his own special way, this was a decent episode, and there were several familiar faces overcrowding the island. Those faces include Alan Hale Jr., Carolyn Jones(she died about 1.5 years later), John Carradine, Genie Francis, Ed Winter, William Windom(he's in everything), Ann Turkel, James Daughton(Animal House), and Hal Smith, who played Otis the drunk many moons ago. I don't really feel like going too much in depth about either story, but "Daddy's Little Girl" is sappy for the most part, with decent performances by veterans Jones and Windom; plus, it's always nice seeing Hale Jr., who is a bit thinner here. Poor guy escapes Gilligan's Island only to wind up on Fantasy Island. The other story, "The Whistle", was better for my taste, and there was even a tinge of horror, although it was a bit silly. Carradine and his merry band of old geezers become these strange looking demons, whose faces resemble Mr. Barlow from Salem's Lot, but not as scary. The make-out scenes between the characters got stale though, and I found myself looking away a few moments. Lastly, it seems that many dislike Julie(Wendy Schaal), but I think her character is decent in small intervals. In the first story mentioned above, she shows some emotion when the "Daddy" gives away his little girl for marriage. It's much easier to understand what she's saying, as opposed to Tattoo, but in only short doses.


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