Charlie's Angels (1976–1981)
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Consenting Adults 

Spunky Maggie Cunningham hires the Angels to find her son Clifton, but the routine missing person's case turns out to be only the tip of an iceberg involving prostitution, smuggling and murder.


George McCowan


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




Episode complete credited cast:
Kate Jackson ... Sabrina Duncan
Farrah Fawcett ... Jill Munroe (as Farrah Fawcett-Majors)
Jaclyn Smith ... Kelly Garrett
David Doyle ... John Bosley
Audrey Christie ... Maggie Cunningham
Laurette Spang ... Tracy Martel
Alan Manson Alan Manson ... Bialy
Dick Dinman ... Clifton Cunningham
George Sperdakos ... Ernesto Duran
Ward Wood Ward Wood ... Cooley
G.W. Bailey ... Mumford
Robert Hackman Robert Hackman ... Bartender
Montana Smoyer Montana Smoyer ... Waitress
Randy Stone ... Stable Boy


Thieves steal works of art from an antiques dealer because of the precious diamonds hidden in a frog, Sabrina & Jill go undercover as a couple of veterinarians to take hold of something the thieves want in exchange for the diamonds & their clients' son. Written by Pafpdd

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Release Date:

8 December 1976 (USA) See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Jill facetiously said she thought a photograph of Harry S. Truman was James Whitmore. Whitmore portrayed Truman in a one-man play, movie and album entitled Give 'em Hell, Harry! (1975). This would relate to Sabrina's line, "Give 'em Hell, Maggie. See more »


The photograph of Cunningham that Kelly pulls out of her bag to show the bartender differs from the one he's shown holding in close up. One has Cunningham facing right and the other has him facing left. See more »


John Bosley: [about Jill] Like pudding... on springs.
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References Give 'em Hell, Harry! (1975) See more »

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"I have the feeling one of us is gonna get to play call-girl..."
19 February 2009 | by moonspinner55See all my reviews

This episode of Aaron Spelling's "Charlie's Angels", only the tenth show of the program's first season, already knew how to exploit Farrah Fawcett-Majors' appeal to budding male (and female) teenagers: put her on a skateboard and have her roll for her life! The Angels are assigned to the case of a missing man, an antiques dealer and sometime-mama's boy, who was also the unwitting victim of a prostitution/robbery racket. All three of our girls get a chance to shine here: Jaclyn Smith gently shakes down a bartender for vital info (just after ordering tequila with lime salt!); Kate Jackson climbs over a barbed-wire fence and into an industrial yard, only to be taken hostage by the two goons who pull off the robbery schemes; and Farrah, well, she aids in the nabbing of a prized racehorse and then outruns the nutcracker-wielding villain on her trusty skateboard. Sure, it's '70s kitsch, and not without flaws (the biggest lapse comes when Jill and Sabrina pick up the racehorse, with the horse's maniacal owner apparently nowhere in sight; they return to the office and call him, and he's right there on the property!). Still, the dialogue is sometimes fun (Farrah to prostie Laurette Spang: "Your name isn't Tracy. It rhymes with Stacy and Macy and all those other JIVE names hookers pick up!"). The repartee between the Angels ultimately holds this episode (and dozens of others) together, and when Bosley gets involved it's usually a hoot.

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