Mr. Howell agrees to produce a play on the island to cheer up Ginger, but only makes things worse when he fires Ginger from the lead role and replaces her with Mrs. Howell.

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Mr. Howell agrees to produce a play on the island to cheer up Ginger, but only makes things worse when he fires Ginger from the lead role and replaces her with Mrs. Howell.

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12 December 1964 (USA)  »

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Jonas 'The Skipper' Grumby: What did you think of my Mark Anthony?
Parrot: Terrible! Terrible! Terrible!
Gilligan: Don't mind him, Skipper. He just says what he's taught.
Jonas 'The Skipper' Grumby: And who's been teaching him?
Gilligan: I don't know.
Parrot: Gilligan! Gilligan! Gilligan!
Gilligan: Blabberbeak!
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A star is torn
5 June 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Angel on the Island" was the first showcase for Tina Louise, with Mr. Howell directing Ginger's Broadway debut as Cleopatra, until Mrs. Howell objects to being reduced to playing the maid and taking over the starring role. Mr. Howell remembers their wedding day quite well: "that was the day Consolidated General jumped 17 points!" A heartbroken Ginger has the loyal Gilligan sticking up for her, though Skipper takes his role as Marc Antony seriously. Eventually, Mrs. Howell sees the error of her ways, faking laryngitis so that the star can return to play Cleopatra, poor Gilligan playing all the other roles in rapid succession. It's not as famous as the one produced by Phil Silvers as Harold Hecuba, but Tina shines as the fetching queen.


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