Hart to Hart (1979–1984)
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Ex-Wives Can Be Murder 

When Max's long-dead ex-wife suddenly reappears, kidnapping and a hot diamond necklace are not far behind.

Director:

Alex March

Writers:

Sidney Sheldon (created by), Mary Ann Kasica (as Maryanne Kasica) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Robert Wagner ... Jonathan Hart
Stefanie Powers ... Jennifer Hart
Lionel Stander ... Max
Allyn Ann McLerie ... Pearl Danko
Dana Wynter ... Sylvia Van Upton
Joshua Shelley Joshua Shelley ... Katzenbach
Lee Wilkof ... Stanley Friesen
Jason Evers ... Harrison
Ray Stewart ... Seymour Newgarten
T.J. Castronovo T.J. Castronovo ... Beal (as T.J. Castronova)
James Reynolds ... Doctor
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When Max's long-dead ex-wife suddenly reappears, kidnapping and a hot diamond necklace are not far behind.

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Language:

English

Release Date:

20 January 1981 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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At the very beginning, Jennifer hears noises in the house and gets Jonathan to check on them...she goes too. They go downstairs in just their pajamas, and Jennifer sees light coming from the kitchen. When they open the door and the camera shot goes from behind them to in front of them, Jonathan is now wearing a robe over his pajamas where he wasn't in the previous shot. See more »

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Allyn Ann McLerie
6 April 2015 | by rms125aSee all my reviews

I could not believe that Pearl Danko, the long presumed deceased ex-wife of Max, was played by the incredible Allyn Ann McLerie. McLerie, an actress, dancer and singer in film, stage and television since the 1940s, was born in Quebec to Anglophone parents but raised in Brooklyn.

She played elegant, beautiful, well-spoken, complicated but comprehensible women. However, as Pearl Danko, she was unrecognizable here. (I had to check the credits to see who was playing the role.) I fairly quickly recognized Dana Wynter despite missing the opening credits. But McLerie, her beauty obscured through masterful makeup and her apparently long-ago discarded Brooklyn accent restored pitch perfect, was masterful.


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