The Love Boat/The Love Boat

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The Love Boat
Airdate September 17, 1976
Written by Dawn Aldredge and
Marion C. Freeman "Are There Any Real Love Stories?"
Robert Iles and
James R. Stein "Mr. and Mrs. Havlicek Aboard"
Carl Kleinschmitt "Mona Lisa Speaks"
Carl Kleinschmitt "Till Death Do Its Part"
Directed by Richard Kinon "Mona Lisa Speaks", "Mr. and Mrs. Havlicek Aboard", "Are There Any Real Love Stories?", "Till Death Do Its Part"
Alan Myerson "Mr. and Mrs. Havlicek Aboard", "Are There Any Real Love Stories?"
Network ABC
Style 120-minute romantic comedy
Company Douglas S. Cramer Company

Origin USA

P2 →
The Love Boat II
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The Love Boat is the first pilot movie for the series The Love Boat.

Guest Stars In Alphabetical Order: Don Adams (Donald Richardson), Tom Bosley (George Havlicek), Florence Henderson (Monica Richardson), Gabe Kaplan (Stan Nichols), Harvey Korman (Willard), Cloris Leachman (Iris Havlicek), Hal Linden (Andrew Canaan), Karen Valentine (Ellen Carmichael)

Starring: Ted Hamilton (Captain Thomas Ford), Dick Van Patten (Dr. Adam O'Neil), Teddy Wilson (Bartender Isaac Washington), Sandy Helberg (Yeoman Purser Gopher Smith), Joseph Sicari (Steward Nino) Kathryn Ish (Lounge Performer Dena DiMarco), Richard Stahl (Lounge Performer Danny DiMarco)

and Terry O'Mara (Cruise Director Gerry Landers)

Co-Starring: Jimmy Baio (Arnold Merritt), Joyce Jameson (Louella McKenzie), Beverly Sanders (Rita Merrit)

Co-Starring: William Bassett (The First Officer), David Man (The Photographer), Laurette Spang (Juanita Havlicek)

Jette Seear (Bianca), Ric Carrott (Richard Garrett III), Montana Smoyer (Momma)

Featuring: Mary Patton (Martha), Linda Borgeson (Dolores), Harry Wilmot (Bud Larsen), Timothy Wayne (Newlywed man) Linda Hutson (Newlywed Girl)

Uncredited: Vincent Di Paolo (Passenger), Peggy Frees (Attendant), Richard Bruce Friedman (Drummer), Annrae Walterhouse (Young Girl)


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The Show

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