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Dreamboat/Gopher, Isaac & the Starlet/The Parents/The Importance of Being Johnny/Julie and the Producer: Part 2 

Conclusion. The filming of the "Dream Boat" movie musical continues on board the Pacific Princess, in spite of Faye Marsh (Juliet Prowse) being notoriously difficult. Adam (Bernie Kopell) ... 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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Marty Chenault
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Arnold Herlick
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Shelley Rush
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Johnny Lovett (as Jimmy Osmond)
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Faye Marsh
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Angela Lovett
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Bennett Barton
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Conclusion. The filming of the "Dream Boat" movie musical continues on board the Pacific Princess, in spite of Faye Marsh (Juliet Prowse) being notoriously difficult. Adam (Bernie Kopell) tells Bennett (Ben Vereen) and Marty (Dean Jones) that he finds Faye to be one of the most glamorous women on the screen, prompting them to recruit Adam to spend quality time with her and keep her happy, so that the film shoot will continue without incident. Gopher (Fred Grandy) and Isaac (Ted Lange) try to help Shelley Rush (Melba Moore) get noticed by the filmmakers. Angela (Alexis Smith) and Merrill (Gavin MacLeod) get to know each other well. Vicki (Jill Whelan) confides in Adam that she's in love with Johnny (James A. Osmond) and even winds up helping the first-time actor get into character. Julie (Lauren Tewes) and Marty begin a romance. And when the film shoot gets into trouble, Angela comes up with a plan to salvage things. Written by Maisie Fleckum

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5 May 1984 (USA)  »

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This ambitious two-part episode was conceived as a full-fledged musical, featuring a full-length score of songs and dances performed by the series regulars and guest stars. In addition to well-known standards by Jerome Kern, Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Jerry Herman and Johnny Mercer, the score also utilizes special material composed especially for the episode by Ray Jessel. The musical supervision and direction was undertaken by Peter Matz, who provided similar chores for The Carol Burnett Show (1967). See more »

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Music and Lyrics by Ray Jessel
Performed by Ben Vereen, Juliet Prowse and Ensemble
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