The Love Boat (1977–1987)
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Santa, Santa, Santa/Another Dog Gone Christmas/Noel's Christmas Carol 

Judy, Gopher, and Isaac each hire a Santa, who don't get along and try to out-do each other. To placate her mother a woman uses Ash as her fake fiance, A has-been comic finds his career resurrected by an abandoned dog.

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Captain Merrill Stubing
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Doctor Adam Bricker
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Ship's Purser 'Gopher' Smith
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Bartender Isaac Washington
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Vicki Stubing
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Ship's Photographer Ashley 'Ace' Covington Evans
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Cruise Director Judy McCoy (as Patricia Klous)
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Malcolm
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Noel Kane
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Mrs. Kelsey (as Anne Lloyd Francis)
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Kim Carlisle
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Carol Kelsey
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Billy Banks
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Patrick Turney
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On a Christmas cruise, three men (Avery Schreiber, Ray Walston and Scatman Crothers) are scheduled to play one jolly St. Nick; Vicki (Jill Whelan) gives her dog (Tundra the Wonder Dog) to a lonely comic (Howard Morris); Carol Kelsey (Kim Lankford) ask Ace (Ted McGinley) to pose as her fiancé, to fool her mother (Anne Francis) , but then Ace's friend Noel Kane (Shea Farrell) complicates things by falling for Carol. Written by anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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15 December 1984 (USA)  »

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It is a popular myth that a ship's Captain is allowed to marry people. Ship companies don't allow this, as it makes them potentially liable if a marriage was done for extra legal reasons such as an attempt to commit fraud. See more »

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The Love Boat
Written by Paul Williams and Charles Fox
Performed by Jack Jones
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