Hart to Hart (1979–1984)
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Getting Aweigh with Murder 

To catch a group of counterfeiters who murdered an investigator, Jennifer and Jonathan go on a cruise, she posing as a European countess and he working as a ship's steward.

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Max
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The Doctor
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Laurance Roche
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Mrs. Goodrich
Michael Evans ...
Sir Charles
Samantha McCoy ...
Heather Moss (as Samantha Caulfield)
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The Captain
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Croupier
John Thompson ...
Dealer
John Shields ...
Waiter
Sherman Ebersole ...
Bartender
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Danny (as Greg Elliott)
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To catch a group of counterfeiters who murdered an investigator, Jennifer and Jonathan go on a cruise, she posing as a European countess and he working as a ship's steward.

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14 April 1981 (USA)  »

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They used the loveboat set (just put some stickers on the walls and doors). E.g. the end sequence, where the villiainious captain is overboarded by Jonathan after the usual small fighting act, takes place in the area where loveboat travellers usually took their breakfasts. See more »

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Hart to Hart Meets the Love Boat!
12 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What a fun episode! It kicks off with a burial of sea and never a dull moment from there, as the Harts stumble on to quite the intricate scam. Not only is this story really fun and the acting great, but these sets are straight from The Love Boat. I mean STRAIGHT. From the Lido deck to the state rooms to the Infirmary, this was like two shows in one. The surreptitiousness and sneaking around between Jonathan and Jennifer is at its best, and the stateroom scene where Jonathan is hiding int he bathroom is nothing short of Three's Company brilliance. But the best line of dialogue goes to Max when he comes on board and says, "I don't know, but I've never been to a crap game before that really floated!" Runner up: " I oughtta get an Oscar for this ... Maybe I should get an Emmy, as well." Pick me up off the floor, I'm dyin', here! Stefanie wears a black dress that would be classic haute couture beautiful even today. The guest stars were all great, especially Joan Shawlee in a small but effective role as Mrs. Goodrich. Every time I thought I knew where this one was going, it went somewhere else. Must give due to writer Allyn Freeman and director Harry Mastrogeorge. Nicely done, this one.


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