Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1983–1987)

Pilot 

At a train station Amanda King runs into Lee Stetson, a man carrying an important package. On the run, he asks a reluctant Amanda to give it to "the man in the red hat" for him. Unable to do so she takes it home to unforeseen consequences.

Director:

Burt Brinckerhoff
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Kate Jackson ... Mrs. Amanda King
Bruce Boxleitner ... Lee Stetson
Beverly Garland ... Dorothy 'Dotty' West
Mel Stewart ... Billy Melrose
Martha Smith ... Francine Desmond
Greg Morton Greg Morton ... Jamie King
Paul Stout Paul Stout ... Philip King
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joe Cipriano ... Announcer
Annie Gagen Annie Gagen ... Casino manager
Joe Rosario ... Fighter
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Storyline

At a train station Amanda King runs into Lee Stetson, a man carrying an important package. On the run, he asks a reluctant Amanda to give it to "the man in the red hat" for him. Unable to do so she takes it home to unforeseen consequences.

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Genres:

Adventure

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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It's a COMEDY!
22 April 2008 | by turnstile13See all my reviews

As a graduate student in Counseling Psychology trying to finish my thesis... and after hearing the pain of clients for several hours... Well, everything melts away when I come home and watch an episode of "Scarecrow and Mrs. King." I absolutely love the romance and HUMOR in this show! This show is most identified as a romance-adventure... but, quite honestly, I think it is WAY funnier than most of the crap "comedies" on TV today. Many, many great quips and barbs along the way... and even the choice to put Beverly Garland (Dotty, the mother) in a sweater that has "A bit Dotty" stitched in it is subtly hilarious! Aside from some modern classics like "Arrested Development," few TV comedies can actually deliver their humor the way it's done (with true hilarity and void of smug "Hey look at me I'm funny!" style) in "Scarecrow."


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