Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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Disco Angels 

The Angels work together to investigate a case involving someone who was strangled to death at a disco by putting on clever disguises at the popular disco club in order to stop another crime from taking place & save innocent victims.

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

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kate Jackson ... Sabrina Duncan
Jaclyn Smith ... Kelly Garrett
Cheryl Ladd ... Kris Munroe
David Doyle ... John Bosley
Zalman King ... Harry Owens
Peter MacLean ... Fred Heston
Shera Danese ... Connie
Robert Symonds ... Simon Owens
Raymond Singer ... Lanny Press
Gregory Rozakis ... Mario Montero
Diane McBain ... Marian Heston
Titos Vandis ... Hector Montero
Arthur Malet ... James Hannah
Bonnie Keith Bonnie Keith ... Sharon
Iris Korn Iris Korn ... First Woman
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Storyline

In helping the Committee for Concerned Elder Citizens, Charlie asks the Angels and Bosley to investigate the strangulation murders of so far three elderly disadvantaged men who rode the bus from the beach at night. They learn that all three victims were in the vicinity of Freddie's Disco the night they were killed, so they decide to go undercover in infiltrating the disco to see if there is any connection. If there is, the killer could be among the regulars at the club: owner Fred Heston and his wife Marian Heston, the two who are having serious marital problems; Connie, Fred's current lady friend; Harry Owens, the ambitious club DJ who is aiming to get his name on the club's marquee; Lanny Press, the club manager; Mario Montero, the hired dancer whose job is to keep the action going on the dance floor but who is working toward becoming a lawyer; and Mario's proud but ageist father, Hector Montero, who teaches disco dancing to seniors, but who doesn't much like them despite being ... Written by Huggo

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 January 1979 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Georg Stanford Brown (the director of this episode) and Kate Jackson were both cast members of the ABC series 'The Rookies'. Brown began his directing career with 4 episodes in the final season (1975-1976) of 'The Rookies'. He directed a total of 8 episodes of 'Charlie's Angels'. See more »

Quotes

Marian Heston: [to Kris] Hey, let me tell you something, honey. It wasn't your talent that got you that job. I know my husband... It's the way you wiggled that cute little -
[the music is turned up, obscuring her voice as she mouths 'ass of yours']
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Soundtracks

Dance, Dance, Dance (Yowsah, Yowsah, Yowsah)
(uncredited)
Written by Nile Rodgers, Bernard Edwards and Kenneth Lehman
[The song Kris and Mario dance to at the disco]
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Disco Dopey
31 January 2019 | by uncatemaSee all my reviews

This writer gives it a 5 rating because the only thing preventing a 1 rating is, who doesn't love angels?

It's a cheap exploitation of a cheesey genre of music. The flavor of the time is long gone, stale, and doesn't hold up. At least during those times "What's Happening" kept it somewhat real by having The Doobie Brothers on the show.


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