Fantasy Island

Season 5 Episode 5

Mr. Nobody / La Liberatora

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Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Nov 07, 1981 on ABC
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Mr. Nobody / La Liberatora
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In "Mr. Nobody" A man who wishes for inner strength and confidence is accidentally made into another Hercules when Julie gives him the wrong type of strength. And in "La Liberatora" a young woman of Spanish descent wishes to go back to the hard times of old California in order to help liberate the poor and oppressed.moreless

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    Keenan Wynn

    Keenan Wynn

    Willie

    Guest Star

    Alex Cord

    Alex Cord

    Captain Juan Arguello / El Lobo

    Guest Star

    Charo

    Charo

    Dolores DeMosa

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      • Dolores: Although I was born in Spain, I have traced my family tree back to my great greay Grandmama, Conchita Dolores Arguello Ortego Bategi Sanchez. She was the Miss of the Governor of California when California was still in Spanish possession. He was a very greddy and cruel man and she married a caballero named Don Rafael. Perhaps in fact he may have been her lover because all of my life I have Ciudades de hormigas.
        Mr. Roarke to Julie: Ants in her pants.
        Dolores: Yes, all my life, I have felt this need, this passion, yes passion is the word, to help the dog that is under.
        Mr. Roarke: Eh, the Underdog.
        Dolores: Right, right, but only nowadays you know...
        Mr. Roarke: Please, please Ms. DeMosa, you have convinced me that you are convinced that the blood of La Liberatora flows in your veins.
        Dolores: Oh yes, ever since I was a little girl, he has been my hero, my hero, what a man! WOW!!!! what a man. I have his costume, I even learned how to ride and fence like him.
        Mr. Roarke: That's wonderful my dear Senorita, your carriage awaits.

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