Fantasy Island

Season 3 Episode 21

Jungle Man / Mary Ann and Miss Sophisticate

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Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Mar 08, 1980 on ABC
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Jungle Man / Mary Ann and Miss Sophisticate
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In "Jungle Man", David Farley is an actor whose life has been centered on the television character Jungle Man he created wishes to have one last adventure in that role before it's taken from him. In "Mary Ann and Miss Sophisticate" Mary Ann Karlen a ventriloquist wishes to rid herself of the tormenting split personality she shares with her puppet, Miss Sophisticate.moreless

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      • Tattoo: Is that Jungle Man?
        Mr. Roarke: Yes, Mr. David Farley the actor is better known as Jungle Man than by his own name.
        Tattoo: What has he been doing since his TV series ended?
        Mr. Roarke: Very little my friend, playing the role of Jungle Man for over a decade typecast him so badly that he hasn't been able to find any work at all over the last two years.

      • Mr. Roarke: Miss Karlen fears she is paying too high a price for that success. You see every person has a complex system of behaviorial patterns which we call personality, some patterns are good, some bad, in the case of Miss Karlen she has divided too many of her personality traits with her puppet Valerie.
        Tattoo: Are you saying that part of her personality lives in her puppet?
        Mr. Roarke: Precisely.
        Tattoo: What's her fantasy?
        Mr. Roarke: To separate herself from the Jezebel half of her personality, at least for this weekend, so she can sort out her life and determine which of her personalities is dominate.

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      • Mr. Roarke: Yes the people from your past whom I just mentioned will be there, alive, in the same way that other famous fictional characters, Oliver Twist, Sherlock Holmes, Sir Galahad and Hamlet can come alive with motives, passions and honesty true to themselves.

        References to fictional characters Oliver Twist Charles Dicken's second novel written in 1838. Sherlock Holmes written by Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887. Hamlet written by William Shakespeare in 1600.

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