Fantasy Island

Season 4 Episode 4

Don Quixote / The Sex Symbol

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Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Nov 15, 1980 on ABC
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Don Quixote / The Sex Symbol
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In "Don Quixote" Texas millionaire Donald Quick wishes to become the heroic Don Quixote and find his Dulcinea encountering trouble along his journey. And in "The Sex Symbol" plain Jane, Helen Hendrix wishes to become adored and desired by men, as a sexy Marilyn Monroe type. She finds out that being a sex symbol gets her far more than she bargained for.moreless

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    Paul Williams

    Paul Williams

    Donald Quick/Don Quixote

    Guest Star

    David Doyle

    David Doyle

    Sam Woolf/Sancho Panza

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    Mary Louise Weller

    Mary Louise Weller

    Dulcie Merchant/Dulcinea

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      • Sam Woolf: Ah Mr. Roarke, I have to talk to you before Quick gets here.
        Mr. Roarke: Take a seat, won't you, now what can I do for you?
        Sam Woolf: Well you see Mr. Roarke, Don's cousin Harold wants to have Don declared incompetent, you see, so he can take over the business and the family fortune. So I thought that maybe we could keep all this fantasy stuff sort of quiet, you know what I mean.
        Mr. Roarke: Of course, of course, and I am sure you will be glad to stay by his side to see that nothing gets out of hand.
        Sam Woolf: Oh, but I'd love too, but I've got to...
        Don Quick: Mr. Roarke, I'm sorry I'm late.
        Mr. Roarke: That's all right Mr. Quick, have a seat won't you.
        Don Quick: When will we begin.
        Mr. Roarke: First of all, I must first apologize for not being able to transport you back to the age of chivalry, as you might have hoped.
        Don Quick: Well I thought that was the whole idea. I mean England under King Arthur and France in Charlemagne's time.
        Tattoo: Well the conditions were not quite alike.
        Mr. Roarke: But I promise you will not be disappointed Mr. Quick. Even if we can't provide the authentic scenery. I have something in there, that will allow you to retain the spirit of your intentions.

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