Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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The Killing Kind 

The Angels investigate the death of a young reporter named Brooke Anderson, who had written a manuscript containing evidence of a major scandal going on at the Moonshadow resort. Jill poses... See full summary »


Richard Benedict


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kate Jackson ... Sabrina Duncan
Farrah Fawcett ... Jill Munroe (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)
Jaclyn Smith ... Kelly Garrett
David Doyle ... John Bosley
Robert Loggia ... Paul Terranova
Joseph Ruskin ... Koslo
Hugh Gillin ... Harvey Sunday
Frank Maxwell ... Fitzgerald
Judson Pratt ... Dr. William Dignam
Sean Fallon Walsh Sean Fallon Walsh ... West
Nancy Stephens ... Brooke Anderson
Alex Sheafe ... Dale Parker
Clarke Gordon Clarke Gordon ... George Anderson
Janis Jamison ... Inga
Hal Needham ... Spencer


The Angels investigate the death of a young reporter named Brooke Anderson, who had written a manuscript containing evidence of a major scandal going on at the Moonshadow resort. Jill poses as a tennis instructor, Kelly a fashion photographer and Sabrina as a fashion designer. Bosley is supposed to be her model, only his wife packed the wrong kind of shoes to go with his tux. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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English | Danish

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3 November 1976 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Bosley mentions a wife in this episode, when he tells Jill that his wife packed brown shoes to wear with his black tux. Not only is his wife never mentioned again, but he goes on to woo several different women throughout the course of the series and even says in one episode when asked if he's married, "Uh.. not lately." See more »


Once again, a car going off a cliff explodes from the passenger compartment, without the car hitting anything before the explosion. See more »


Harvey Sunday: The name's Harvey. Harvey Sunday from Phoenix. I'm in ladies lingerie. 'Sunday's Undies' we call 'em.
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Hard-boiled episode with plenty of action...
1 October 2011 | by moonspinner55See all my reviews

A fisherman friend of Charlie Townsend's, a blind man who just lost his daughter in a suspicious drowning, hires the Angels to investigate an exclusive resort named Moonshadows; seems his daughter was an investigative journalist who had uncovered a property takeover scheme involving the County Planning Commissioner, while the heavy who runs the hotel (a menacing, hairy-chested Robert Loggia) is operating the business under a phony identity. Jill poses as the new tennis instructor at Moonshadows, Kelly is a pushy fashion photographer who immediately gets on Loggia's bad side, while Sabrina spills practically the entire covert operation to their blind client who is actually a ringer (a mistake which nearly costs Sabrina her life). Farrah Fawcett-Majors later cited some of the dialogue in this episode as one of the reasons why she wasn't happy with her character, and indeed Jill seems more featherbrained here than usual (especially a line at the end concerning her need to stop at the market). Still, there's a fun massage scene where Jaclyn Smith's Kelly gets worked over by a mad Swede, and Kate Jackson as Sabrina has a genuine scared/angry reaction after she's nearly run off a mountain road. A middling episode of the hit series, but one with some good location work and a strong supporting cast, plus the usual braless jiggle and Smith in a stunning white bikini.

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