Fantasy Island (1977–1984)
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Let the Goodtimes Roll/Nightmare/The Tiger 

Buddies Duke Santucci and Ernie Kowalski relive the good old days of the late 60s; Janine Sanford experiences a recurring nightmare to the end to find out what it means; and game hunter Victor Duncan tracks an elusive dangerous tiger.


George McCowan


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Episode cast overview:
Ricardo Montalban ... Mr. Roarke
Hervé Villechaize ... Tattoo
John Ericson ... Policeman
Pamela Franklin ... Janine Sanford
Brett Halsey ... Arthur Sanford
Peter Isacksen Peter Isacksen ... Ernie 'Smooch' Kowalski
Darren McGavin ... Victor Duncan
Ray Milland ... Colonel James Weston
Mary Ann Mobley ... Sheila Crane
Paul Sand ... Duke Manducci
Danny Bonaduce ... Hot Rod
Muffi Durham Muffi Durham ... Debbie
Darrell Fetty ... Kenny 'Brains' Mathews
Suzanne Niles ... Cindy


Two buddies want to relive the good old days of the late 60s; young newlywed Janine Sanford wants to experience a recurring nightmare to the end, to find out what it might mean; and game hunter Victor Duncan wants to track down and kill an elusive and very dangerous tiger. Written by Kim West

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Release Date:

4 November 1978 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Welcome to my nightmare
10 February 2014 | by stones78See all my reviews

The segment entitled "Nightmare" is my cup of tea, and even though some of the graphics are a bit cheesy, I enjoyed the atmosphere of dolls catching on fire and exploding in a woman's(Pamela Franklin)nightmare, and the creepy clown effect was done very well for a 1978 show. This story was the better of the 2, although there was supposed to be another called "The Tiger", which was omitted from the channel I saw this episode from. For those who may have noticed, the other 2 actors(Brett Halsey, Ray Milland)also starred in an earlier Columbo episode from 1971. My only real gripe was that the same exact nightmare is shown twice, plus a few added moments which has the woman finally see the nightmare until the end, and to see the reason behind it. The other story revolves around Duke, played by a very wooden Paul Sand, and his fantasy is to be king of the racing strip once again, and while this wasn't a weak segment, it pales in comparison to the other one. Look for familiar faces in Mary Ann Mobley and Danny Bonaduce to round out the cast.

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