A wealthy mystery man named Charlie runs a detective agency via a speakerphone and his personal assistant, John Bosley. His detectives are three beautiful women, who end up in a variety of difficult situations.
The agency is hired by Christine Hunter, who is trying to locate her sister, Elizabeth Hunter. They are each other's only family. What Christine knows is that Elizabeth was arrested in Pine Parish, ...
The Agency's in trouble when three women who claim to be "the angels" rob a place. The owner claims that Charlie called him up and said that his establishment's security needs to be checked out so he...
Television series about a wealthy mystery man who runs a detective agency via a speakerphone and his personal assistant, John Bosley. His detectives are three beautiful women, who end up in a variety of difficult situations. The cast changed substantially over the life of this show, as actresses left for various movie, television, and modelling deals.Written by
Tad Dibbern <DIBBERN_D@a1.mscf.upenn.edu>
Although the end credits always indicated different make-up artists for all three ladies, the beautiful Angels' faces awkwardly revealed that the same exact lipstick and the same one color blush had been passed around between all three: in pretty much every episode, the angels are sharing the same exact shade of (often) red blush and lipstick.
In the Farrah episodes, Sabrina and Jill can often be seen wearing the same shade of coffee lip-gloss, whereas Kelly and Jill would often share the same eye-shadows applied in the same exact way. In real life, this would never be so systematically true between co-workers (unless a one-off occasion where a one borrows her friend's makeup) but this would consistently happen in nearly every scene and until the very end, when the angels even started wearing the gaudy Tanya red lipstick and blush. See more »
Throughout the series a shot of the Townsend Agency building with the Angels' cars out front is used whenever establishing the next scene. Which cars are out front rarely match which Angels are in the next office scene.
BTW, when all three cars are parked, they are almost always in the same order, left-to-right on the screen (white, yellow and orange).
Also note that the one on the left (normally the white one) and the one on the right (normally the orange one) are always parked in "no parking" spots (the red paint). Note also that there is only one parking meter. See more »
Once upon a time, there were three little girls who went to the Police Academy; and they were each assigned very hazardous duties. But I took them away from all that, and now they work for me. My name is Charlie.
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For those of you not around for it's original run, Charlie's Angels was not just a hit TV show, it was a phenomenon. Every magazine and rag magazine had a picture of "The Angels" on their covers. Incredibly popular, it all came down to Farrah and her 70's fly away hair, her dazzling toothy smile, her skateboarding pose wearing Addia's, her shampoo, her toothpaste, THE bathing suit poster of the century, and then she was gone. Exiting after only one season Charlie's Angels never was the same again. Bolstered by Jill's kid sister, Kris (Cheryl Ladd) and then others, Charlie's Angels never again climbed to the heights of sheer madness of its first season. Owing its popularity to episodes such as "Angels in Chains" and "Angels on Wheels," it fulfilled many a preadolescence male's fantasy and "Jiggle TV" was born. It may be a period piece today but it was a product of the fun, wacky 1970's that gave it birth.
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