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"Voyagers!" Buffalo Bill and Annie Play the Palace (1983)

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Original Air Date:
9 January 1983 (Season 1, Episode 12)
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Jeffery and Phineas must save Annie Oakley who was performing in the Wild West Show in England, avert a Russian plot and prevent Queen Victoria's daughter from marrying a Russian nobleman. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Jon-Erik Hexum ... Phineas Bogg
Meeno Peluce ... Jeffrey Jones
Christopher Cary ... Dr. Albert Schweitzer

Diane Cary ... Annie Oakley (as Diane Civita)

Robert Donner ... Buffalo Bill Cody

Robin Eisenman ... Princess Victoria (as Robin G. Eisenman)
Raymond St. Jacques ... Massandi
Tom Troupe ... Slavetrader

Lurene Tuttle ... Queen Victoria
Stan Sells ... Grand Duke Michael
Erik Stern ... Rapp

John Laughlin ... Hegson (as John C. McLaughlin)
Terence Marinan ... Soldier
Stuart K. Robinson ... Joseph

Episode Crew
Directed by
Alan J. Levi 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jill Donner  (as Jill Sherman)

Produced by
Dean Zanetos .... producer
 
Production Management
Lorin Bennett Salob .... unit production manager
 
Art Department
James Passanante .... stand-by painter
Ted Wilson .... carpenter (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Jerry Jacobson .... adr editor
 
Stunts
Bobby Porter .... stunt double (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Gary Armstrong .... first assistant camera
 

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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
James D. Parriott  creator

Produced by
Harry Longstreet .... producer
Renee Longstreet .... producer
 
Original Music by
J.A.C. Redford (1983)
 
Costume Design by
Norma Brown 
 
Sound Department
Barney Cabral .... adr supervisor
Mark Server .... boom operator
 
Stunts
Jean Coulter .... stunt double
Steve Kelso .... stunts
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Gregory B. Peña .... set costumer
 
Other crew
Shawn Coulter .... photo double
Shawn Coulter .... stand-in
Aaron Hamilton .... stand-in
 
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Runtime:
60 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The story about Grand Duke Michael competing with Annie Oakley is true. Lowell Thomas talks about the incident in his autobiography, 'Good Evening, Everybody'.See more »
Goofs:
Miscellaneous: Queen Victoria, Princess Victoria and Grand Duke Michael all have American accents.See more »
Quotes:
Jeffrey Jones:These landings start to get to you after a while.
Phineas Bogg:Hard landings are an occupational hazard. We had a saying at Voyager school: "It's not where you land but how you land that counts."
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Its What You Call Working On A Budget, 20 March 2010
Author: richard.fuller1

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

I'll give this episode a high score because of Bogg and Jeffrey casually walking up on the WWI battle like that at the beginning.

But the funny thing was the WWI Russian front, England visited by Buffalo Bill's wild west show or Albert Schwietzer in Africa, the setting always looked the same! Of course it did.

The episode gets high marks for bringing together Robert Donner (Exedor from Mork & Mindy, but also one of the ghosts from Spirit Is Willing and a hilarious preacher thinking the Hulk is the devil on Incredible Hulk), Lurene Tuttle as Queen Victoria (there's ya a low budget queen) and Rogert Englund's beloved from the V series.

Plotwise, its a bit daft.

I actually watched the episode to see John Laughlin, who I had caught in two episodes of Murder She Wrote, as he is credited here as well, but as John McLaughlin.

Okay, I think there is a reason he has a different name; its a different guy! That is NOT the same guy from Murder She Wrote.

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