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Fantasy Island

Season 4 Episode 21

Basin Street / The Devil's Triangle

Aired Saturday 10:00 PM May 02, 1981 on ABC
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Basin Street / The Devil's Triangle
In "Basin Street" a would-be musician visits New Orleans during the heyday of ragtime jazz, and learns much more than he bargained for about the old days of Louisiana jazz. And in "The Devil's Triangle" an adventure film crew consisting of one woman and two men want to solve the mystery of the Devil's Triangle, the men are also both in love with the woman.moreless

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    Mabel King

    Mabel King

    Mama Parker

    Guest Star

    Raymond St. Jacques

    Raymond St. Jacques

    Camptown Dodds

    Guest Star

    Cleavon Little

    Cleavon Little

    Charles Raines

    Guest Star

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      • Mr. Roarke: Do come in Mr. Raines, please have a seat won't you. You look troubled.
        Charles Raines: Well to tell you the truth, I think I'm a little scared.
        Mr. Roarke: Of what may I ask.
        Charles Raines: Maybe of actually having my fantasy fulfilled, actually meeting Camptown Dodds. You see I'm just an amateur, I haven't played an instrument since High School.
        Mr. Roarke: Perhaps you should have been a professional musician.
        Charles Raines: Oh no I'm realistic about one fact Mr. Roarke, that is I don't have real talent for music except listening.
        Mr. Roarke: Well I'm sure we can do something about that, afterall this is your fantasy Mr. Raines. Take it.
        Charles Raines: Coronet, I don't play horn.
        Mr. Roarke: Try it, just a few notes. Try it Mr. Raines.
        Tattoo: He's right boss, he doesn't know how to play horn.
        Mr. Roarke: Well however take the instrument along anyway, perhaps you will improve. Now if you come this way Mr. Raines.

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