A witch doctor wreaks havoc on the castaways after he steals a personal item from each of them and then creates voodoo dolls that bear their likenesses.

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A witch doctor wreaks havoc on the castaways after he steals a personal item from each of them and then creates voodoo dolls that bear their likenesses.

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At one point, the Professor is supposed to be frozen stiff by a voodoo curse, but you can see him blink several times. See more »

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The Professor: [to Skipper] Simple. Gilligan was digging and he probably sprained a muscle.
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Eddie Little Sky in his best known role
12 June 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Voodoo" is an entry acclaimed for its memorable eye popping hula courtesy sexy Tina Louise, and the second appearance from Eddie Little Sky, first seen in "Gilligan's Mother-in-Law," a last time only five episodes later in "Topsy-Turvy." The Skipper is convinced that the artifacts discovered in a cave by Gilligan are tainted by voodoo, explaining that a witch doctor would need to steal a personal item belonging to the victim in order to enchant the intended into a mindless zombie. The witch doctor makes voodoo dolls of all seven castaways and begins to cast his spells by making Gilligan spin against his will, then everyone suffering a hot foot. The Professor naturally scoffs at the notion of voodoo, but his lost pen knife enables the witch doctor to transform him into a zombie, which meets with Mr. Howell's approval, as he describes a zombie to his wife: "you take five jiggers of rum and then some cooling ice!" Ginger remembers seeing such wide staring eyes before: "I was entertaining a bunch of GIs in an army camp!" When she tries to free him by recreating her hula from NATIVE DANCERS FROM BALI-BALI all eyes are glued to her sinuous form, only to succeed in doing THE RAIN DANCERS FROM RANGO-RANGO, a downpour soaking the unmoving zombie (at one point bongo drummer Gilligan nearly loses his place watching her shimmy and shake). Gilligan breaks the spell by recovering all the stolen items, making his own doll in the unseen witch doctor's image, and for once sticks it to him!


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