Charlie's Angels (1976 - 1981)

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Series Info

Aaron Spelling's jiggly classic about gorgeous gumshoes working for an unseen boss garnered as much derision as it did male viewers. Launched in September 1976, the show took flight in the ratings, turned the three leads into major stars and inspired countless imitators (and, two decades later, a couple of hit theatrical movies). Numerous cast changes occurred during the show's run, most notably the replacement of Farrah Fawcett-Majors with Cheryl Ladd in 1977.

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Seasons

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1980, ABC, 16 episodes

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1978, ABC, 26 episodes

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1978, ABC, 24 episodes

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1977, ABC, 26 episodes

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1976, ABC, 23 episodes

Cast

Kate Jackson
as Sabrina Duncan
Farrah Fawcett
as Jill Munroe
Jaclyn Smith
as Kelly Garrett
David Doyle
as John Bosley
Cheryl Ladd
as Kris Munroe
Shelley Hack
as Tiffany Welles
Tanya Roberts
as Julie Rogers
Rossano Brazzi
as Donettelli
L.Q. Jones
as Sergeant Billings
Dennis Cole
as Bordinay
Phil Silvers
as Max Brown
Bert Convy
as Hollister
Richard Bakalyan
as Thad Roper
Cameron Mitchell
as Frank Desmond
Robert Pine
as Dr. Robert Walker
Art Metrano
as Mr. Blue
David Hedison
as Carter Gillis
Bob Seagren
as Bob Sorensen
Edward Power
as Jim Taylor
Barry Sullivan
as Dumajeran
Robert Reed
as Glenn Staley
Norman Alden
as P.J. Wilkes
Lee Terri
as Prof. MacKendrick
Wynn Irwin
as Barney
Lynne Marta
as Linda Reed
Dick Gautier
as Barry Kingsbrook
Vincent Baggetta
as Harley Dexter
Mark Pinter
as Ted Markham/Mr. See
Edward E. Power
as Jim Taylor
Ed Begley Jr.
as Kenny Daniels
Stephen Shortridge
as Cotton Harper
Neva Patterson
as Warden Sorenson
Walter Brooke
as Twilliger
Lee Delano
as Dressler
Don Reid
as Larry
Marie Windsor
as Eve Le Deux
Sidney Clute
as Lembeck
Carole Cook
as Mme. Dorian
Simon Scott
as Richard Carver
Don Ho
as Don Ho
Herb Edelman
as Joey January
Parley Baer
as Captain McGuire
Fran Ryan
as Nurse Fager
Edward Andrews
as Mason Fairchild
Sherry Jackson
as Tina Fuller
Ray Milland
as Oliver Barrows
Jack Albertson
as Edward Jordan
David Huddleston
as Sheriff Clint
Edward Bell
as Greeves
Hugh O'Brian
as Tony Mann
Hari Rhodes
as Ben Brody
Jeanette Nolan
as Lydia Danvers
Eric Braeden
as Reardon
Richard Mulligan
as Kevin St. Clair
John Van Dreelen
as Alexander Cruz
Edward Winter
as Tomlinson
Larry Block
as Spinner
Bert Freed
as Stambler
Zalman King
as Harry Owens
Pat Delany
as Ingrid
Louis Jourdan
as Dr. Redmont
William Beckley
as Alec Witt
Laurette Spang
as Tracy Martel
John McIntire
as Paul Danvers
Kurt Grayson
as Ted Kale
Bibi Besch
as Carrie Jo
Casey Kasem
as Tom Rogers
Cesar Romero
as Elton Mills
Howard Duff
as Harrigan
Bruce Watson
as Edward Ford
Roger Callard
as Ron Gates
Anthony James
as Karl Stern
Alan Fudge
as Paul Erhard
Chris Mulkey
as Reggie Martin
Darleen Carr
as Darlene Warden
John Horn
as Wardlow
Jack Knight
as Ben Pawl
E.J. Andre
as Wendell Muse
Ben Hammer
as Faylon
Noah Keen
as Sergeant Dirkson
John Colicos
as Anton Karazna
Timothy Dalton
as Damien Roth
Paul Burke
as Clifford Burke
Pat Cooper
as Tobias
Mayf Nutter
as Eddie Dirko
Hugh Gillin
as Harvey Sunday
Tom Simcox
as Lon Molton
Rudy Solari
as Danzini
Sarah Purcell
as Millicent Krail
Joanna Barnes
as Julia Lathrop
Beverly Garland
as Pat Justice
George Ball
as Dr. Jackson
Jan Peters
as Galbraith
Gary Frank
as Ted Grainger
Craig Ludwin
as Masters
Philip Roth
as Eddie Williams
Hector Elias
as Sanchez
Stephen McNally
as Joseph Thurgood
Ed Nelson
as George Starrett
Don Gordon
as Gene Wells
Peter Leeds
as General Greene
Jack Bannon
as Danworth
Tom Clancy
as Williams
Belinda Balaski
as Sue Kantrelle
Nita Talbot
as Willie Campbell
Bob Levine
as Frank Harris
John Lupton
as Sheriff Hunt
Richard Foronjy
as Danny Auletta
Lee de Broux
as Leo Harris
Don Knight
as Orwell
Bill Vint
as Danny
Amy Stryker
as Eve Perkins
Bill Fletcher
as Stratton
Ronnie Schell
as Ernie Flack
Jesse Doran
as Edward Dain
Alex Henteloff
as Heinz Brandon
George Wyner
as La Plante
Sid Clute
as Lembeck
Jeff Druce
as Freddie
Hermione Baddeley
as Mrs. McNaughton
Lory Walsh
as Rita Morgan
Steve Hanks
as Bobby Dan
Andra Akers
as Jessica
Lurene Tuttle
as Mrs. Machlin
Rose Gregorio
as Matron Wallace
Elyssa Davalos
as Maria Bartone
Erin O'Reilly
as Mary Jo Walker
John "Red" Fox
as McMasters
Bill Striglos
as Teddy Nolan
Barbara Tarbuck
as Frau Himbeere
Steve Kanaly
as Harold Sims
John J. Fox
as McMasters
Eda Reiss Merin
as Esther Goldman
Joan Leslie
as Catherine
Jack Murdock
as Dr. Harris
Marla Pennington
as Jenny Warren
Ken Olfson
as Seth Corday
Jeff Eagle
as Waiter
John Agar
as Colonel Blaylock
Judson Pratt
as Dr. Dignam
Audrey Christie
as Maggie Cunningham
Arch Johnson
as Halvorsen
David Watson
as Tom Lavin
Sammy Davis Jr.
as Sammy Davis Jr.
E.J. Peaker
as Donna Dawson
Gene Evans
as Webner
Virginia Gregg
as Mrs. Craig
Carol Bruce
as Louise Pattison
Eloise Hardt
as Barbara
Jenny O'Hara
as "Bloody" Mary Barrows
Arnold Soboloff
as Ralph Steiner
Jackie Stewart
as Jackie Stewart
Ed Bakey
as Ed Jackson
Eric Mason
as Castor
Conrad Bachmann
as Sen. Langston
John Lehne
as Henry Bancroft
Robert Tafur
as Col. Morales
Jonathan Lippe
as Arlo Marsden
Roger Aaron Brown
as Reverend Green
Robert Karnes
as Gordon Sanders
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr.
as General Ranez
Louis R. Plante
as Motel Manager
Alex Sheafe
as Dale Parker
Ken Del Conte
as Bartender
Larry Anderson
as Young Director
Joan Hotchkis
as Dr. Slavin
Karl Held
as Paul Kohler
Brad Maule
as Joe Fairgate
Cis Rundle
as Lee Thomas
Bob Basso
as Victor
Harold J. Stone
as John Strauss
Tad Tadlock
as Waitress
Saundra Sharp
as Miss James
Mike Robelo
as Giovanni
Ward Wood
as Cooley
Ken Scott
as Slade
Jack Fletcher
as Blackmoor
Irene Tedrow
as Sister Anne
John Zaremba
as Dr. Stafford
Vidonne
as June
Danielle Aubry
as Secretary
Nancy Cameron
as Miss Ohio
Ned Wilson
as Mallin
Meg Wyllie
as Mrs. Gow
Lew Palter
as Mancino
Jenny Neumann
as Mrs. Nibbs
Andrew Masset
as Abercrombie
Dean Santoro
as Jessie Woodman
Kim Basinger
as Linda Oliver
Tara Tyson
as Mary Thomas
Ed Walsh
as Tolan
Jason Wingreen
as Bill Storm
Robert Walker Jr.
as Burt Marshall
Ken Sansom
as Hotel Clerk
Lauren Tewes
as Christine Hunter
Raymond Singer
as Lanny Press
David Healy
as Cavendish
Tonya Crowe
as Young Kelly
Herb Vigran
as Joe Weatherby
Tracy Dennison
as Nurse Warren
Frank Maxwell
as Fitzgerald
Lindsay Bloom
as Sally Fairgate
Brian Cutler
as Deputy Dan Winston
Clarke Gordon
as George Anderson
Rawn Hutchinson
as Attendant
Richard Seff
as Simmons
Arthur Malet
as James Hannah
Ivan Bonar
as Reverend DePugh
Ron Stein
as Hicks
Erin Russell
as Belinda
Hope Newell
as Mrs. Brown
Nolan Leary
as Casey Wynn
Glenn Robards
as Richard Guzman
Colette Bertrand
as Bathing Beauty
Owen Cunningham
as First Veteran
Russ Grieve
as Sheriff
Rolfe Sedan
as Second Veteran
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Series Details

TV Network: ABC
Premiere Date: Mar 21, 1976
Genre: Action & Adventure
Executive Producers: Aaron Spelling, Leonard Goldberg, Leonard J. Goldberg
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