Gilligan's Island

Season 3 Episode 2

Gilligan vs. Gilligan

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Aired Saturday 8:30 PM Sep 19, 1966 on CBS
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Gilligan vs. Gilligan
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Gilligan meets his double, a foreign spy.

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    5.0
    Just saw the TVLand syndicated version-only problum is that they not only cut out the ending for the series-but in this epsiode thye cut out the part at the end where the Professor finds the goldplatted pocketknife; after the Skipper remarks its just s pocket knife; the professor remarks that its ruined now but that it had 200 uses-a laser; a tape recorder; a radio/receiver even a death ray-the skipper is shocked that Gillgian WAS RIGHT AFTER ALL!!!moreless
Bob Denver

Bob Denver

Gilligan

Jim Backus

Jim Backus

Thurston Howell III

Tina Louise

Tina Louise

Ginger Grant

Alan Hale

Alan Hale

Jonas Grumby (The Skipper)

Natalie Schafer

Natalie Schafer

Eunice Wentworth 'Lovey' Howell

Dawn Wells

Dawn Wells

Mary Ann Summers

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    • Theme of episode: Governments, like people, are forever looking for hidden meanings, and very often there are none.

    • The second "Castaway Double" Episode. Both Joanna Lee and Jerry Hopper would collaborate (Lee as writer, Hopper as director), on the next, involving Tina Louise as Ginger Grant and Eva Grubb, December 12, 1966's "All About Eva", which is the last of the trilogy. "Will The Real Mister Howell Please Stand up", broadcast on March 17, 1966--was the first in the trilogy. This was the only one written by a different writer/director team, writer Budd Grossman, director Jack Arnold. But the others, this and "All about Eva" interestingly were both written by the same person and directed by the same, writer Joanna Lee and director Jerry Hopper. Henry Corden, the voice of the later Fred Flinstone, is said to have done the voice of the foreign "Gilligan."

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