Widowed businessman Morris Binstock wants to become his estranged son Barney's favorite comic-book superhero Eagle Man to get the boy's attention. Journalism student Rochelle Mackenzie seeks out the story that will make her career.

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H.H. Moran
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Dr. Arthur Gates
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Morris Binstock
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Barney Binstock (as Keith Mitchell)
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Hal Ripley
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Rochelle McKenzie
Mickey Morton ...
Curly
Eddie Marquez ...
Tomu
Ron Stein ...
Boatman
Keith Atkinson ...
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Mickey Cherney ...
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Yolanda Márquez ...
Wife of Mann Korr (as Yolanda Marquez)
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Widowed businessman Morris Binstock wants to become his estranged son Barney's favorite comic-book superhero Eagle Man to get the boy's attention. Journalism student Rochelle Mackenzie seeks out the story that will make her career.

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17 May 1980 (USA)  »

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So Who Was The Actor Playing Man Korr?
8 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

It's strange to remember episodes so vividly, as I never liked Fantasy Island, but obviously there were those, for whatever reason, I watched.

This was one of them.

I actually recall a write-up about this episode for 'reuniting' Bob Denver and Jim Backus from their previous island adventure, but now the episode stands out to me for Verne Watson and Ralph Bellamy's story, where she is looking for the reclusive Dr. Gates.

Upon reviewing it once more, I immediately recalled the story and the deranged native with the scarred face, and his child being endangered but he refuses to let Dr. Gates treat the kid.

Amazingly, because the scarred native, Man Korr, did not speak, only grunt, yet his wife did, SHE is credited on this episode, but he isn't! Looks incredibly peculiar. Now I wonder who this poor actor was. Oh, well.


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