The Love Boat (1977–1987)
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Glen Leciter (Howard Duff) meets Alice Bailey (Greer Garson), a woman who, by her own admission, is a "good guesser". So, he plans to use her clairvoyant gift to win big in the stock market... See full summary »

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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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Cruise Director Julie McCoy
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Sarah Curtis
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Glen Leciter
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Joyce Murdock
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Alice Bailey
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Libby MacDonald
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Ken Miller
Jim Stafford ...
Tom MacDonald
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Glen Leciter (Howard Duff) meets Alice Bailey (Greer Garson), a woman who, by her own admission, is a "good guesser". So, he plans to use her clairvoyant gift to win big in the stock market. Sarah Curtis (Kim Darby) wants to get to know bachelor Ken Miller (Lawrence Pressman) better because she thinks he's a single parent, so he borrows his friend Tom MacDonald's (Jim Stafford) daughter Libby (Louanne), who is a budding actress, to act the part of his daughter and impress Sarah. When Isaac (Ted Lange) experiences a hearing loss, Doc (Bernie Kopell) diagnoses the problem as a temporary middle ear infection in both ears. But, Isaac fears that the hearing loss may be permanent. Written by Maisie Fleckum

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4 December 1982 (USA)  »

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Greer Garson's final filmed performance. See more »

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