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Fantasy Island

Season 3 Episode 16

Rogues and Riches / Stark Terror

Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Jan 19, 1980 on ABC
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Rogues and Riches / Stark Terror
In "Rogues and Riches" Mark Hendricks, an attorney from Chicago, Illinois must travel to the 18th century England to try and convince his client and business partner to come back to the present to seal a land deal. And in "Stark Terror" Amy Marsden a traumatized girl wishes to relive the night of her mother's murder in order to see, once and for all, if she is guilty of the death and try and regain her speech.moreless

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Mr. Roarke: Oh in this case it was something old. He wanted to experience the adventure, the excitement of 18th century England. He wanted to be a swashbuckler.
        Mark Hendricks: Well it figures. Pete even took fencing lessons, if you can imagine and guess who his favorite movie hero was?
        Mr. Roarke: Who?
        Mark Hendricks: Errol Flynn, of course. 18th century England shades of Tom Jones, of course you told him it's impossible.

      • Mark: Finally!
        Pete: Mark!
        Mark: Yes Mark, you do remember your friend and attorney whom you tried to run over with your horse this afternoon!
        Pete: That was you!
        Mark: Yes that was me, who was chasing you anyways.
        Pete: A country squire whom I found lacking in honesty in a game of chance. And I found it only fair to relieve him of his purse, but what are you doing here, how did you get here?
        Mark: Mr. Roarke
        Pete: OH
        Mark: Oh, now you listen to me Pete, I've been try...
        Priscilla: Who's your friend Peter?
        Pete: Mark, I'd like you to meet Priscilla, the sauciest wench this side of the channel and I might add the lovliest Lady it's been my good fortune to meet.
        Priscilla: Go on with you, you'll not bed me down with sweet words.
        Pete: Well then get my friend here a tankard of ale while I think of a new approach.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Mark Hendricks: Errol Flynn, of course. 18th century England shades of Tom Jones, of course you told him it's impossible.

        Allusions to swashbuckling actor Errol Flynn and to the 1749 Henry Fielding novel The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling made into an award winning motion picture in 1963.