Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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Harrigan's Angel 

The Angels team up with alcoholic private eye Harrigan to investigate the robbery of an electronics plant. Kris takes a liking to the old man and tries to get him back on track.

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Episode cast overview:
... Kelly Garrett
... Kris Munroe
... Tiffany Welles
... John Bosley
... Harrigan
... George Starrett
... Anthony Felber
... Harold Belkin
... Crail
Charles McDaniel ... Mathews
Marte Boyle Slout ... Waitress (as Marte Slout)
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The Angels team up with alcoholic private eye Harrigan to investigate the robbery of an electronics plant. Kris takes a liking to the old man and tries to get him back on track.

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20 February 1980 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The title is based on the 1907 song "Harrigan" by George M. Cohan for his Broadway musical, Fifty Miles From Boston. The song is also listed on the Cohan statue pedestal is Times Square, New York City. See more »

Goofs

In addition to the boom mic being visible in guard shack's glass window, so is a crew member's head See more »

Quotes

Harrigan: What do you mean you can't get me a Bloody Mary? The sign says they serve breakfast, don't you?
Waitress: But we don't have spirits, sir.
Harrigan: I don't want to be haunted, darling. I just want a drink
Waitress: Perhaps you'd be interested in our special, sir: aebleskiver?
Harrigan: Sounds like something you wear on your head.
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References The Jerk (1979) See more »

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