Charlie's Angels

Season 1 Episode 20

I Will Be Remembered

Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Mar 09, 1977 on ABC
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Aging actress Gloria Gibson seems to be losing her mind, reliving the death scenes from her old movies. Because her hallucinations contain corpses, Charlie's Angels enter the case. Angel Kelly gets a job as an extra in Miss Gibson's "comeback" film. Sabrina poses as the leading lady's secretary and Jill pretends to be a magazine writer, covering the remake of her immortal picture, "The Heart of New York." Several attempts are made to kill the actress and the girls during the filming. Finally, the Angels discover that whoever wants Miss Gibson out of the way is after something in her mansion.

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  • Ms. Gibson the Original Art Piece

    I gave this a higher rating than the average because the suspects were attempting to drive Gibson crazy. Their plan was to make Gibson go bankrupt so they can get their hands on the original art piece in her home.

    All the Angels were undercover. Sabrina was Gibson's secretary, Kelly was an extra for Gibson's movie remake, and Jill a writer.

    The conclusion of the case was using movie special effects to make Gibson believe she was having hallucinations from her past movies. The two suspects were arrested and the third died while attempting to kill Jill.

    There was a lot of variety to keep your attention with this particular episode.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Sabrina: (Pulling her gun out on Frank on the catwalk.) Hold it! This makes a very nasty hole.

    • Kelly: (Speaking to Frank Ross.) Okay, you caught me. I confess-- Guilty as charged. I know I was warned but I figured just this once--
      Frank Ross: What are you babbling about?
      Kelly: Well, I know the extras aren't supposed to make phone calls from here, but I was short of change.

    • Jill: You been here long?
      Lunchies Munchies Man: Oh, about 10 minutes
      Jill: No, I mean, at the studio.
      Lunchies Munchies Man: Two Hours.
      Jill: (Laughing.) I mean how long have you been working at the studio?
      Lunchies Munchies Man: I come up with the right answer, do I get a prize?
      Jill: Definitely.
      Lunchies Munchies Man: 40 years. Been here 40 years.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Ida Lupino's association with Aaron Spelling dated back to Spelling's formative years on Four Star Playhouse. Lupino also starred in The Letters, a 1973 TV-movie produced by Spelling/Goldberg which also featured John Forsythe, the voice of Charlie.