'Charlie’s Angels' Angels on the Street   (1979)

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Season 4 Episode 7
Aired ~ 7 Nov. 1979
Running Time | 49 Minutes
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Language | English
Genres | Action, Adventure, Crime, Drama, Mystery
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In Color
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Directed by | Don Chaffey
Cinematography by | Richard M. Rawlings Jr.
Edited by | Stanley Frazen

Starring ~ Jaclyn Smith, Cheryl Ladd, Shelley Hack

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Toby (as Conrad Palmisano)
Charles Townsend (voice) (uncredited)
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  • JEng

    I may have been too young for this episode because it still scares me. I thought all the prostitutes fake or otherwise were going to be murdered.

    I don’t know if all their episodes were like this or just this one – but this was a weird television show that was more than meets the eye. I can’t really remember other episodes before or after except amnesia on the beach and eating beans out of a can with a nice homeless man because this one scared me tpo much.

    • ShotonWhat

      Thank you for the comments! I don’t recall this episode directly, but they had their moments!

      • JEng

        sometimes seeing other stuff reterrifies/reminds me of this episode. I actually thought Portia Doubleday was the scary blonde pimp actor’s daughter when I saw her in K-11 – a very holocausty prison camp film.

        The impressive spandex barbie doll outfits definitely prettied up this gritty episode – but I was surprised it didn’t get an R rating for how terrifying it was.

        He could beat you up on the street like they were in Chinatown or something (someone running for political office sent someone from his senior center to try to beat my mother up while his sister stood watch).

        I think this Angels on the Street is my Clive Barker nightmare.


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