CTVA US Drama - "Fantasy Island" Season 4 (1980-81)

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Season 4 (ABC) (1980-81)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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ABC Saturdays 10:00 pm
Wendy Schaal as Julie (season 4,5) joins the cast

4.01 [063] Fantasy Island : <prod. no. 181825>
25Oct80 ABC Sat
Produced by Skip Webster /  Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
directed by Vincent Edwards.
written by Ruel Fischmann & Skip Webster
director of photography: Emmett Bergholz / film editor: William B. Stich.
*
(1) THE DEVIL AND MANDY BREEM
A young woman who sold her soul to Satan in order to save the life of
her husband seeks Mr. Roarke's help in saving her from the devil's grasp
(2) THE MILLIONAIRE
Tattoo takes on a young man's fantasy to become an instant millionaire which could end up getting him killed.
*
guest stars [DR]
Arlene Golonka as Ava Foster
Arte Johnson as Fred Catlett
Carol Lynley as Mandy Breem
Ross Martin as Ace Scanlon
Roddy McDowall as Mephistoteles the devil
Richard Sanders as Race Track Announcer
Adam West as Philip Breem

4.02 [064] Fantasy Island : <prod. no. 181818>: 1Nov80
Produced by Don Ingalls / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Earl Bellamy (both stories)
director of photography: Emmett Bergholz / film editor: Steven C. Brown /  music by Ken Harrison
*
(1) FLYING ACES
Written by Don Ingalls
An airline pilot (Sam Melville) goes back to World War II to experience the thrill of combat flying and to make the
acquaintance of someone special who died in that war.
(2) THE MERMAID RETURNS
Written by Ron Frieman
Mermaid Princess Nyah returns to visit Mr. Roarke with the desire to learn what human love is like.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:(complete)
Robert Mandan
Dolly Martin
Sam Melville (1)(as Tony Chiltern)
Michelle Phillips (2)(as Princess Nyah, the Mermaid)
Tom Wopat (1)

4.03 [065] Fantasy Island Special: 8Nov80 (Special - Possibly 90 min or 120 min slot)
<prod. no. 181816>
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe/ Produced by Skip Webster / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
director of photography: Emmett Bergholz /  film editors: Richard H. Williams & Ronald Lavine / music by Charles Albertine
*
(1) THE SKATER'S EDGE
Written by Judy Burns
Directed by Cliff Bole
A young, untrained farm-girl (Charlene Tilton) from the mid-west gets her chance to compete as a world-class figure skater
(2) CONCERTO OF DEATH
Written by Arthur Rowe
Directed by Cliff Bole
A second rate piano player (Dennis Cole) comes to terms with the tormenting memory of his dead but famous concert pianist
brother.
(3) THE LAST GREAT RACE
Written by Skip Webster
Directed by Vincent Edwards
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Jack Carter
Dennis Cole (2)
Bradford Dillman (as Vincent Stollmann)
Peggy Fleming
Erin Gray (as Clara Marko)
Allen Ludden
Mary Ann Mobley
Juliet Mills (3)
Dack Rambo
Charlene Tilton (1) (as Charlotte Johnson)

4.04 [066] Fantasy Island: 15Nov80
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe / Produced by Don Ingalls / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
director of photography: Emmett Bergholz / film editor: William B. Stich /  music by Charles Albertine
*
(1) DON QUIXOTE
Written by Pat Dunlop
An eccentric millionaire gets into a bit of trouble when he becomes the heroic Don Quixote for the weekend
(2) THE SEX SYMBOL
Written by Don Ingalls
Directed by Mike Vejar (both stories)
A young woman (Phyllis Davis), fed up with her unromantic life, gets far more than she bargained for when she is transformed
into an adored sex symbol.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
Edd Byrnes
Michael Callan
Phyllis Davis (2) (as Helen Hendricks)
David Doyle (as Sam Woolf)
Robert F. Lyons
Don Stroud
Mary Louise Weller
Paul Williams

4.05 [067]  Fantasy Island Special:  <prod. no. 421753>:  22Nov80   (90 min version)  (60 min version in syndication)
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe /  Produced by Skip Webster /  Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore.
director photography: Emmett Bergholz / film editor: Ronald LaVine / art directors Ross Bellah & David Marshall
*
THE LOVE DOCTOR
written by Sandra Kay Siegel / directed by Earl Bellamy
THE PLEASURE PALACE
written by Ron Friedman / directed by Cliff Bole
POSSESSED (this story not in 60 min. version)
written by Stephen Lord / directed by Cliff Bole
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
Loni Anderson
Barbi Benton
Gary Bughoff
Dane Clark
Christopher George
Missy Gold (not in 60 min. version)
Henry Jones
Roz Kelly
Ruta Lee
France Nuyen (not in 60 min. version)
Barbara Parkins(not in 60 min. version)
A young man's attitude about his life is dramatically altered when he travels back to find his "roots"
A very worried mother brings her suddenly cold and very changed little girl to Mr. Roarke for help.

4.06 [068] Fantasy Island: 29Nov80
<prod. no. 181834>
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe /Produced by Don Ingalls / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Mike Vejar
director of photography: Emmett Bergholz / film editor: Ronald Lavine / music by Charles Albertine.
*
(1) WITH AFFECTION, JACK THE RIPPER
Written by Don Ingalls
A pretty female criminologist (Lynda Day George) sets out to discover the identity of Jack the Ripper and finds herself
marked as his next victim.
(2) GIGOLO
Written by Ron Friedman
A shy man (Ken Berry) totally inadequate in matters dealing  with the opposite sex, dreams of becoming a modern day Don Juan.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical order (complete)
Ken Berry (2) (as Stanley Hocker)
Victor Buono
Alex Cord (1)(as Robert West)
Lynda Day George (1)(as Lorraine Peters)
Carolyn Jones
Meredith MacRae
Lyle Waggoner

4.07 [069] Fantasy Island: 6Dec80
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe / Produced by Don Ingalls / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Don Weis (both stories)
director of photography: Emmett Bergholz / film editor: William B. Stich.
*
(1) THE INVISIBLE WOMAN
Written by Ron Friedman
A young woman (Eliane Joyce) makes herself invisible in order to spy on her Don Juan-ish fiancee.
(2) THE SNOWBIRD
Written by Larry Forrester
A young man(Doug Barr) takes on the dangerous role of a trapeze artist in order to get close to the girl he loves.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
Don Ameche (as Ferini)
Doug Barr (2)(as Ned Pringle)
Sonny Bono
Dick Guatier
Elaine Joyce (1)(as Harriet Winkler)
George Maharis
Pamela Sue Martin (as Velda Ferini)
Neile McQueen
 
4.08 [070] Fantasy Island: <prod. no. 181813>: 20Dec80
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe / Produced by Skip Webster / Co-produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Michael Preece (both stories)
director of photography: Emmett Bergholz / film editor: Ronald Lavine.
*
CRESCENDO
Written by Worley Thorne
A pretty young singing star's hopes of romance with a successful composer are shockingly dashed when they meet.
THREE FEATHERS
Written by Larry Forrester
A man unjustly accused of cowardice has a desperate need to exonerate himself.
*
Guest Star in Alphabetical Order
Diane Baker (as Lena)
Skip Homeier
James Hong
Peter Lawford
Monte Markham
Hugh O'Brian
Toni Tennille (as Susan Lohman)
James Wainwright

4.09 [071] Fantasy Island no. 71
3Jan81
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe / Produced by Don Ingalls / Co-produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson (both stories)
director of photography: Emmett Bergholz / film editor: Herbert H. Dow.
*
(1) MY LATE LOVER
Written by Ron Friedman
A lovely widow (Eva Gabor) gets some unexpected help in choosing which of her three suitors she will marry.
(2) SANCTUARY
Written by Leigh Vance
A young man (Bobby Sherman) who has been poisoned for some  unknown reason, and with only hours to live,
searches for the  identity of his killer.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order (complete)
Gene Barry
Morgan Brittany (as Tessa Brody)
Michael Cole
John Ericson (1) (as Ellis Lathrup)
Eva Gabor (1)(as Anastasia Dexter)
Russell Nype
Bobby Sherman (2) (as Thomas Henshaw)
Craig Stevens (1) (as Walter Blair)

4.10 [072] Fantasy Island no. 72: 10Jan81
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe / Produced by Skip Webster / Co-produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Mike Vejar (both stories)
director of photography: Emmett Bergholz / film editor: William B. Stich.
*
(1) HIGH OFF THE HOG
Written by Skip Webster
When a hillbilly family becomes millionaires for the weekend they fall prey to unscrupulous con men.
(2) REPRISAL
Written by Margaret Armen
An insecure young woman abuses the power Mr. Roarke grants her to gain confidence nearly destroying herself and others.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
Noah Beery (Jr.)
Richard Gilliland
Dody Goodman
Shecky Greene
Maureen McCormick
Janis Paige
Misty Rowe
Bob Seagren
Stephen Shortridge

4.11 [073] Fantasy Island : no. 73:  17Jan81
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe / Produced by Don Ingalls / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Mike Vejar (both stories)
director of photography: Al Francis / film editor: Steven C. Brown.
*
(1) ELIZABETH'S BABY
Written by Don Ingalls
A terminally ill but very expectant mother wishes to look ahead into her unborn baby's future
(2) THE ARTIST AND THE LADY
Written by A. Bass
Ann untalented artist wishes to possess the  talent to paint a great masterpiece.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
Alison Arngrim (1)(as Lisa Blake)
Peter Brown
Mike Henry
Donny Most (2)(as Kermit Dobbs)
John Myhers
Michelle Pfeiffer (as Deborah Dare)
Eve Plumb (1)(as Elizabeth Blake)
Don Sutton

4.12 [074] Fantasy Island:  no. 74 : 24Jan81
<prod. no. 181835>
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe / Produced by Don Ingalls / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by George McCowan (both stories)
director of photography: Al Francis / film editor: Patrick S. Stafford  / music by Charles Albertine
*
(1) THE HEROINE
Written by Deborah Davis
A writer, (Mary Ann Mobley) of very steamy romance novels, who's own life is  rather dull, wishes to become
one of her book's wild and  lusty heroines.
(2) THE WARRIOR
Written by Paul Savage
A mild-mannered husband (James McArthur) wishes to become a martial arts warrior in a fight to the finish
in order to impress his wife.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
Cesare Danova (1)
Shelley Fabares (2) (as Linda Graham)
Don Galloway (1)
Robert Loggia (1)
James MacArthur (2)(as Mr. Graham)
Mako (2)
Mary Ann Mobley (1) (as Florence Richmond)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Victoria Carroll ...... Nina

4.13 [075] Fantasy Island: 31Jan81
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe/ Produced by Skip Webster / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Robert C. Thompson (both stories)
director of photography: Travis Hill / film editor: William B. Stich / music by Ken Harrison.
*
(1) THE MAN FROM YESTERDAY
Written by Larry Forrester
A man posing to be a photo-journalist arrives with the intent to kill, not interview, his subject.
(2) WORLD'S MOST DESIRABLE WOMAN
Written by Skip Webster
A middle-aged woman (Barbi Benton) is transformed into the sexy beauty she was twenty years ago in order
to get revenge on her soon-to-be-ex husband.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
Edie Adams
Elizabeth Baur (1)(as Mrs. Keating)
Barbi Benton (2) (as Carla Baines/ Marsha Garnett)
Dennis Cole
Bert Convy
Martin Milner (1)(as William T. Keating)

4.14 [076] Fantasy Island: prod. no. 181815
7Feb81
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe/ Produced by Don Ingalls / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
director of photography: Cliff D. Ralke / film editor: Steven C. Brown / music by Charles Albertine
*
(1) THE CHATEAU
Written by Steve Fisher
A woman (Pamela Franklin) journalist wishes to spend the weekend with the man her grandmother
was in love with in order to  complete her biography
(2) WHITE LIGHTENING
Written by Don Ingalls
A couple wish to enter a contest to find homemade whiskey.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
Pamela Franklin (1) (as Vicky Leigh)
David Hedison (1) (as Karl Dixon/Claude Duncan)
Carolyn Jones
George Lindsey
Randolph Powell
Wendy Schaal (2)(as Ruth Ann McAllister)

4.15 [077] Fantasy Island: 14Feb81
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe/ Produced by Don Ingalls / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Cliff Bole
director of photography: Emmett Bergholz / film editor: Herbert H. Dow /  music by Charles Albertine
*
(1) LOVING STRANGERS
Written by Deborah Davis
A couple (Jane Powell & ??) who have been happily married for 25 years become strangers to see if they
will fall in love all  over again.
(2) SOMETHING BORROWED, SOMETHING BLUE
Written by Don Ingalls
A young bride-to-be's (Shelley Smith) future happiness threatens  to be destroyed when an element from
her past makes an  unexpected appearance.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
John Gavin
Marjoe Gortner
Peter Marshall
J. Pat O'Malley
Jane Powell (as Mrs. Margaret Wilkinson)
Cesar Romero
Shelley Smith (as Pamela Archer)

4.16 [078] Fantasy Island : no. 78 : 21Feb81
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe/ Produced by Skip Webster / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Richard Benedict
director of photography: Cliff D. Ralke / film editor: Ronald LaVine /  music by Ken Harrison
*
(1) CHORUS GIRL
Written by Ron Friedman
When a dance teacher (Stuart Whitman) gives his deaf (Lisa Hartman) pupil the gift of hearing, he runs the
risk of losing  her forever.
(2) SURROGATE FATHER
Written by Skip Webster
If the loving father (John Saxon) of a precocious  8-year-old girl (Nicole Eggert) fails to conquer his addiction
to gambling, his daughter will be taken away.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
Jason Evers (2)
Rosemary Forsyth (2) (as Margo Glenn)
Lisa Hartman (1)(as Sheila Richards)
John Saxon (2)(as Evan Watkins)
Stuart Whitman (1)(as Franklin Adams)
*
End Cast Credits:
Guest Starring:
Joe Bennett (as Maxim)
Nicole Eggert (2)(as Amy Watkins, Gambler's Daugther)
Co-Starring:
Charles Picerni (as Donovan)
Vince Howard (as the Teller)
with:
Nita Dee (as Elena)
Dave Johnson (as Track Announcer)

4.17 [079] Fantasy Island: no. 79
28Feb81
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe/ Produced by Skip Webster / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
director of photography: Emmett Bergholz / film editor: Ronald LaVine / music by Ken Harrison
*
(1) ALSO RANS
Written by Ron Friedman
A very shy young man (Larry Linville) hopes to catch the attention of the girl he's loved from afar for seven years.
(2) PORTRAIT OF SOLANGE
Written by Judy Burns
Tattoo's birthday fantasy turns bittersweet when he falls in love with a dancer he is painting a portrait of.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
MacDonald Carey
Arlene Dahl
David Groh
Elissa Leeds
Larry Linville (as Jerome Pepard)
Don Porter
Joan Prather

4.18 [080] Fantasy Island :<prod. no. 181877> 7Mar81
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe /Produced by Don Ingalls / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
director of photography: Cliff D. Ralke / film editor: William B. Stich / music by Charles Albertine
*
THE SEARCHER
Written by A. Bass
A young woman has a desperate need to find her father, who's whereabouts have been kept a secret to her since she was a child.
THE WAY WE WEREN'T
Written by Ron Friedman
A married couple are in for disappointment when they return to their  neighborhood in search of relighting old sparks.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
Hermione Baddeley
Paul Burke
Jack Carter
James Darren
Laurette Spang (as Karen Sanders-Holmes)
Laraine Stephens (as Dotty Cooper)
Jerry Van Dyke
Dawn Wells
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Leo Gorodn .......... the Chief Guard
Jenny Neumann ....... Lisa

4.19 [081] Fantasy Island : <prod. no. 181855> 21Mar81
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe/ Produced by Skip Webster / Co-produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Richard Benedict
director of photography: Cliff D. Ralke / film editor: Steven C. Brown / music by Ken Harrison.
*
(1) THE PROXY BILLIONAIRE
Written by Brian McKay
A wall street analyst (Robert Goulet) gets into some very big  trouble when he becomes a billionaire for the weekend.
(2) THE EXPERIMENT
Written by Anthony Yerkovich
A doctor driven by grief (James Broderick) and his lonely daughter (Laurie Walters) both wish to do some
resurrecting of  the dead.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
James Broderick(2}(as Dr. Lucas Bergmann)
Phyllis Davis (1)(as Jennifer Leston)
Troy Donahue (1)
Britt Eckland (1)
Robert Goulet (1)(as Frank Miller)
Woody Strode (2)
Laurie Walters (2)(as Lisa Bergmann)

4.20 [082] Fantasy Island:  <prod. no. 181879>  11Apr81
Suopervising Producer Arthur Rowe/ Produced by Skip Webster / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Cliff Bole.
director of photography: Cliff D. Ralke / film editor: William B. Stich /  music by Charles Albertine
*
(1) DELPHINE
Written by Larry Forrester
Mr. Roarke's pretty young god-daughter (Ann Jillian) comes to him for help in solving a most unusual problem.
(2) THE UNKILLABLE
Written by Stephen Lord
A scientist and his assistant make a scientific discovery  that threatens to cost them both their lives.
*
Guest Stars in Alhabetical Order (complete)
Carl Ballantine
Alex Cord (2)
Elinor Donahue
Annette Funicello (2)(as Felicity Drake)
Don Galloway (1)(as Greg Randolph)
Ann Jillian (1)(as Delphine McNab)
Randolph Mantooth
Doris Roberts (1)
Vic Taybeck (1)

4.21 [083] Fantasy Island: 2May81
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe/ Produced by Don Ingalls / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by George W. Brooks.
director of photography: Cliff R. Ralke / film editor: Ronald Lavine / music by Ken Harrison.
*
BASIN STREET
Written by Arthur Rowe
A would-be musician (Cleavdon Little) visits New Orleans during the heyday of ragtime jazz.
A New Orleans jazz enthusiast learns much more than he bargained for about the old days of Louisiana jazz.
THE DEVIL'S TRIANGLE
Written by Worley Thorne
An adventure film crew wants to solve the mystery of the the Devil's Triangle.
A young woman, and two men who both happen to be in love with her, set out to take on the perilous
region known as the devil's triangle.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
Christopher Connelly (as Tom Spencer)
Mabel King (as Mama Parker)
Cleavdon Little (as would-be jazz musician)
Joe Namath
Trish Stewart (as Kerry Dawson)
Raymond St. Jacques (as Camptown Dodds)
Belinda Tolbert (as Billie Joe)
*
Also Starring: (end credits)
Howard George ......... Lieutenant Lavalle
Co-Starring:
Kedren Jones .......... Ginger
John Schull ........... Sgt.McAndrews

4.22 [084] Fantasy Island: <prod. no. 181884>: 9May81 ABC
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe / Produced by Don Ingalls / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Don Weis
director of photography: Emmett Bergholz / film editor: Steven C. Brown / music by Ken Harrison,
*
HARD KNOCKS
Written by George Schenck and Frank Cardea
Co-Supervising Producer Frank Cardea and George Schenck
An ambitious young man gets some helpful pointers from Bogey (Robert Sacchi) himself as he sets out to become one of those
hard-boiled private eyes of the 1940's.
LADY GODIVA
Written by Linda Elstad
A young woman (Michelle Phillips) who wants to be an accomplished equestrienne gets much more than she bargained
for when she becomes Lady Godiva.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order (complete)
Ken Berry
Gunilla Hutton
Philip Levien
Michelle Phillips (as Sheila Godfrey)
Robert Sacchi (as Humphrey Bogart)
Patrick Wayne
Morgan Woodward
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
John Chandler .......... Eddie Gunn
Michael Alldredge ...... Tom
Janet Brandt ........... Mady
with:
Marland Proctor ........ Cop
Julie Inouye ........... Masseuse
And:
Nina Axelrod ...........Doreen Rich

4.23 [085] Fantasy Island :16May81
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe/ Produced by Skip Webster / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by George W. Brooks
director of photography: Emmett Bergholz / film editor: Ronald Lavine / music by Ken Harrison.
*
(1) MAN-BEAST
Written by Stephen Lord
A young man (David Hedison) with a horrifying and recurring nightmare discovers he is actually some kind of monster.
(2) OLE ISLAND OPREY
Written by Valerie Allen
A man (Jimmy Dean) wishes for his daughter (Wendy Schall) turn out to be quite different from those of her own.
*
Guest Star in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
Jimmy Dean (2)
Anne Francis
David Hedison (1)(as David Tabori)
Carol Lynley (1)(as Elizabeth Tabori)
Wendy Schall (2) (as Julie Rowlands)
*
Guest Starring: (end credits:
Kevin Hagen ............ Sam Hagen
Co-Starring:
Keith Atkinson ......... Joe Henderson
Calvin Bartlett ........ Shepherd

4.24 [086] Fantasy Island : 23May81
Supervising Producer Arthur Rowe / Produced by Skip Webster / Co-Produced by Carl Pingitore
Directed by Don Weis
director of photography: Emmett Bergholz / film editor: William B. Stich /  music by Ron Ramin
*
(1) PAQUITO'S BIRTHDAY
Written by William Douglas Lansford
A desire for happiness for their young son may cause his parents to lose him altogether
(2) TECHNICAL ADVISOR
Written by Chester Krumholz
A young woman (Randi Oakes), totally naive to the ways of romance, gets an expert teacher in Helen of Troy.
*
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order: (complete)
Linda Cristal (1)
A. Martinez (1)(as Manuel Lopez)
Randi Oakes (2)(as Nancy Harvester)
Victoria Racimo ()1)(as Consuelo Lopez)
Jim Stafford
Jill St. John (2)(as Helen of Troy)

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