Fantasy Island (1977–1984)
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Yesterday's Love/Fountain of Youth 

Siblings send their divorcing parents Charles and Peggy Atwood to the island hoping they'll rediscover love. Wealthy, dying J. D. Pettigrew pays one million dollars to Captain Jeff Bailey to lead a search for the fabled Fountain of Youth.

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Mr. Roarke (as Ricardo Montalbán)
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J.D. Pettigrew
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Captain Jeff Bailey
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Brick Howard
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Peggy Atwood
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Charles Atwood
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Tina Mason
Lou Frizzell ...
Willie Tucker
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The Chief (as Eddie Little-Sky)
Bert Santos ...
The Priest
Rick Flores ...
Sato
Bob K. Cummings ...
Tama (as Bob Kaimi Cummings)
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Siblings send their divorcing parents Charles and Peggy Atwood to the island hoping they'll rediscover love. Wealthy, dying J. D. Pettigrew pays one million dollars to Captain Jeff Bailey to lead a search for the fabled Fountain of Youth.

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17 March 1979 (USA)  »

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15 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode didn't do it for me, and while both stories were done well and had some decent star power, neither hit home with me or had anything that memorable to remember them by. Some of those actors include Lew Ayres(Salem's Lot), Dennis Cole, Mary Louise Weller(Animal House), Guy Madison, Eleanor Parker, and Craig Stevens; on a sad note, this was the final acting credit for Lou Frizzell, who passed away only 3 months after this episode, and his role here was a good one for him. The story about a couple looking to rediscover their love was probably the better one, as it was nice seeing what it was like in 1944; both Parker and Stevens shined as the tired couple, and it ended rather nicely. The other story has an old geezer(Ayres)paying an adventurer(Cole)to locate the Fountain of Youth, even though there's a dangerous tribe protecting the water. A funny scene has the tribe and explorers firing weapons at each other, yet nobody is hit. This isn't the strongest episode, and save for the odd scene, I wouldn't recommend it.


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