Fantasy Island

Season 5 Episode 2

The Devil and Mr. Roarke / Ziegfeld Girls / Kid Corey Rides Again

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Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Oct 17, 1981 on ABC
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The Devil and Mr. Roarke / Ziegfeld Girls / Kid Corey Rides Again
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In "The Devil and Mr. Roarke" Mephistopheles, the devil himself has come with a very specific purpose in mind: to capture the immortal soul of Mr. Roarke. In "Ziegfeld Girls" two ex-showgirls wish to return to their former youth and glory when they were Ziegfeld Girls. And in "Kid Corey Rides Again" Ned Plummer who is enamored with the outlaws of the old west wishes to go back in time to ride with one of the legendary and deadly lawbreakers of that era.moreless

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    Roddy McDowall

    Roddy McDowall

    Mephistopheles

    Guest Star

    Jack Elam

    Jack Elam

    Kid Corey

    Guest Star

    Arte Johnson

    Arte Johnson

    Ned Plummer

    Guest Star

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      • Julie: Here is the box.
        Mr. Roarke: Thank you Julie, we will build a fire of juniper wood and burn the contents of the box, it's a vital condition.
        Julie: But the brick won't burn.
        Mr. Roarke: No but it has confirmed my worst fears. Julie would not have known about the brick. My Godchild would never have broken her word and looked inside the box. Oh I know what you have done.
        Mephistopheles: Not bad Roarke, that brick really had me going it was a clever ruse.
        Mr. Roarke: It was nothing compared to the convulted deviousness of your traps. You are after me and yet you ensnare Julie of all people.
        Mephistopheles: Oh come on now Roarke, you didn't think I'd be such a fool as to attack indirectly, not with your dear little Godchild so near at hand, ready to be plucked.
        Mr. Roarke: She hasn't had an evil thought in all her life.
        Mephistopheles: All the more reason Roarke, why I delighted in her downfall, excuse me.

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