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Charlie's Angels - Hellride

episode 1.1

USA 1976
produced by
Rick Husky, Leonard Goldberg (executive), Aaron Spelling (executive) for Spelling-Goldberg Broadcasting/ABC
directed by Richard Lang
starring Kate Jackson, Farrah Fawcett, Jaclyn Smith, David Doyle, Don Gordon, Mayf Nutter, Kurt Grayson, John Dennis Johnston, Jenny O'Hara, Ric Mancini, Norma Connolly, Rosanne Covy, Russ Grieve, Anne Ramsey, Bob Frank, John Forsythe (voice)
written by Edward J.Lasko, series created by Ivan Goff, Ben Roberts, music by Jack Elliott, Allyn Ferguson

Charlie's Angels

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Stock car racer Suzy Lemson (Rosanne Covy) dies in a crash during a race - but her mechanic Jerry Adams (John Davis Johnston) does not believe in an accident, which is why he calls Charlie's Angels for help. To investigate. Angel Kelly (Jaclyn Smith) checks on Suzy's background while Jill (Farrah Fawcett) poses as the naive daughter of a wandering preacher, played by Charlie's right-hand-man Bosley (David Doyle), and Sabrina (Kate Jackson) actually takes part in the race. Soon, the four of them (the three Angels plus Bosley) have tracked down not one but four culprits - Suzy's criminal ex Dirko (Mayf Nutter), racing promoter Wells (Don Gordon), mean racer Bloody Mary (Jenny O'Hara) and her mechanic Ted (Kurt Grayson) - but no motive, and they have obviously attracted the attention of their suspects, too, since Wells and Dirko soon try to shoot Jill and do actually shoot Ted, who has during the course of events become more and more of a liability ...

The day of the race, a race that takes its drivers from California to Mexico ... and finally, Bosley and the Angels figure our gang of baddies plans a heist during the race and wants to use Bloody Mary's car to smuggle the loot over the border - something Suzy has apparently gotten wind of which is why she had to die. Need I say that the Angels spoil the baddies' plan, and during the race, too?


It's hard to judge this (or any) episode of the wildly popular series Charlie's Angels: As a piece of crime drama, it's silly to the hilt, as this trio of very attractive crimefighters who try to charm their way out of almost every situation hardly rings true - and yet there is a certain camp element in the series that makes it hard to totally not like the whole thing, something that has to do with the very premise of the series, the girls' sexy outfits, too-white-to-be-true smiles, silly plot elements, and limited acting abilities of the whole cast. Actually, it's a TV-show to laugh at, not necessarily for all the right reasons (though to be fair, the series as a whole never took itself too seriously). but laughing is a good thing for any reason, isn't it?


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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