David is working for a New York clothes manufacturer who's banking everything on his daughters fashion show. A couple of loan sharks start using force to get their money back.

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Jack McGee (credit only)
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Sam Brandes
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Liz Brandes
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Solly
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Malamud
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Sonny
Larry Marko ...
Marvin Mulleavy
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Gladys
Jeanne Mockridge ...
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Mr. Cox (as Dan Barrows)
James Brewer ...
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David is working for a New York clothes manufacturer who's banking everything on his daughters fashion show. A couple of loan sharks start using force to get their money back.

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22 May 1981 (USA)  »

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This show gave full evidence why the series was being canceled -- it ranked 52nd out of 56 shows. Ironically, a rerun of National Lampoon's Animal House, running against the Hulk, ranked 53rd. Because the show had remained in production to fulfill a full-season contract, it returned in the fall of 1981 anyway and stayed on the schedule until The Dukes of Hazzard (delayed by a writers' strike) was ready to return. See more »

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[Two dresses are on display]
Liz Brandes: What do you think, David?
Dr. David Bruce Banner: They're awful.
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The Fashion Show
22 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) is working for a clothes manufacturer and his daughter who are preparing for a big fashion show. Unfortunately, the father borrowed too much money from loan sharks that has come due, and they aren't content to wait for the big orders later, but want their money now, which they don't have, as David once again gets mixed up with crooks while trying to help his employers... Last episode of the fourth season is a distinct disappointment, once again using a worn-out plot instead of making new territory with viable plot ideas(like from 'Prometheus') that went sadly squandered, which was most frustrating for loyal series fans. Bixby does the best he can with it though.


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