Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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Dancin' Angels 

The agency is hired by Joe Fairgate to locate his sister, Sally Fairgate, who disappeared in a "she was there, then all of a sudden she wasn't" scenario. Although the Fairgates are ... See full summary »


Dennis Donnelly


Ivan Goff (created by), Ben Roberts (created by) | 1 more credit »


Episode complete credited cast:
Jaclyn Smith ... Kelly Garrett
Cheryl Ladd ... Kris Munroe
Shelley Hack ... Tiffany Welles
David Doyle ... John Bosley
Cesar Romero ... Elton Mills
Norman Alden ... P. J. Wilkes
John Lansing John Lansing ... Steve Ames
Lee Delano ... Al Norman
Dawn Jeffory ... Jenny Wills
Brad Maule Brad Maule ... Joe Fairgate
Jason Kincaid ... Billy
Lindsay Bloom ... Sally Fairgate
Pamela Peadon Pamela Peadon ... Betty


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The agency is hired by Joe Fairgate to locate his sister, Sally Fairgate, who disappeared in a "she was there, then all of a sudden she wasn't" scenario. Although the Fairgates are extremely wealthy, the Angels and Joe believe, since there is no ransom request, that Sally's disappearance has nothing to do with their wealth, but rather something to do with the location where she went missing, a three day/thirty hour ballroom dance competition at the struggling Dancetown dance hall where Joe and Sally were entered and, coming out of nowhere, became the favorites to win the $5,000 first prize. Attending Dancetown as potential contestants, the Angels and Bosley end up investigating many of those involved directly with the competition: Dancetown's co-owners, P.J. Wilkes and Al Norman, who, on the surface, have a film noir shadiness to them, especially in Norman idolizing the classic movie tough guys; Elton Mills, the bandleader who longs to return to the big band era; and Billy and Betty, ... Written by Huggo

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Steve: Okay, so I'll find someone else. Broads, they're like streetcars, you know, one comes along every ten minutes.
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References The Time of Their Lives (1946) See more »


Cheek to Cheek
Written by Irving Berlin
[The band is playing the song as Bosley and the Angels enter the dance hall for the first time]
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Guest Starring Mr Cesar Romero (The Joker In Batman)
27 December 2010 | by StuOzSee all my reviews

The Angels look into a murder case at an old fashioned ballroom contest...where Cesar Romero is present.

I am not a regular viewer of this series, I just bumped into this episode by chance...and as a fan of Batman (1966-68)...thank god I bumped into it! There is something about Romero's acting in this hour that holds the viewer in a very powerful way. This is not the comical Joker in any way, shape or form. This is another side to Romero. It was a few months ago that I watched this hour of television but I remember Romero like I watched him yesterday.

To give away the ending would be a crime, let me just say that this is one of the better hours of 1980s television.

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6 February 1980 (USA) See more »

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