Charlie's Angels (1976)

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At the behest of their reclusive and wealthy boss, Charlie, new partner Kris Munroe joins Sabrina Duncan and Kelly Garrett for a series of challenging and dangerous undercover assignments.
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  1. 1. Angels In Paradise - Part 1
    September 13, 1977
    51min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Charlie's been kidnapped and the Angels go to Hawaii to save him. They break Billy Shan out of jail to use him as trade bait, but once the Angels free Billy, they learn that Charlie has a new captor.
  2. 2. Angels In Paradise - Part 2
    September 13, 1977
    47min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Charlie's been kidnapped and the Angels go to Hawaii to save him. They break Billy Shan out of jail to use him as trade bait, but once the Angels free Billy, they learn that Charlie has a new captor.
  3. 3. Angels On Ice - Part 1
    September 20, 1977
    50min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Performers for an ice show mysteriously disappear before the big opening. Kelly learns it's part of an assassination plot on the show's opening night, but she's captured before she can alert anyone.
  4. 4. Angels On Ice - Part 2
    September 20, 1977
    50min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Performers for an ice show mysteriously disappear before the big opening. Kelly learns it's part of an assassination plot on the show's opening night, but she's captured before she can alert anyone.
  5. 5. Pretty Angels All In A Row
    September 27, 1977
    49min
    13+
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    English
    Someone is trying to rig a beauty contest by releasing deadly spiders and kidnapping a judge. Charlie enters Kris and Kelly in the pageant to learn more, while Sabrina poses as a reporter.
  6. 6. Angel Flight
    October 4, 1977
    49min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    A student is killed and a teacher threatened at a school for airline stewardesses. The Angels enroll in the school, and on a final test flight, an attempted hijacking leaves Kelly to fly the plane.
  7. 7. Circus Of Terror
    October 18, 1977
    49min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    The Angels take jobs as circus performers to find out who is trying to ruin the show. Fingerprints provide key clues, while Sabrina falls for David, the son of the gypsy circus master.
  8. 8. Angel In Love
    October 25, 1977
    49min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    A murder at Utopia West brings the Angels to the resort to investigate. Sabrina becomes attached to one of the suspects, Doug O'Neal. Another guest is spotted snooping around the Angels' cabin.
  9. 9. Unidentified Flying Angels
    November 1, 1977
    49min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    The Angels investigate the "Celestial Research Foundation", a group that promises life in space for their wealthy donors. When one of the co-founders threatens Kris, the Angels take action.
  10. 10. Angels On The Air
    November 8, 1977
    48min
    13+
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    English
    Someone tries to kill radio newswoman Joy Vance and the Angels arrive to help. As they investigate, several suspects emerge including the station's helicopter pilot, a professor, and an ex-con.
  11. 11. Angel Baby
    November 15, 1977
    49min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Kelly's friend Tommy Anders is worried about his fiancée. The Angel's discover she is involved with the Warfield Home for Girls, a deadly group that imprisons pregnant women and takes their babies.
  12. 12. Angels In The Wings
    November 22, 1977
    49min
    13+
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    English
    A musical production needs the former stars of the show Ellen and Frank Jason to reconcile. Someone is determined to stop the act by any means necessary, until Kris becomes part of the performance.
  13. 13. Magic Fire
    November 29, 1977
    49min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Suspicious fires break out every time the flame-throwing magician Wendell Muse comes to town. The cops suspect him of arson, but the Angels have some tricks of their own to help clear his name.
  14. 14. Sammy Davis Jr. Kidnap Caper
    December 6, 1977
    49min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    The Angels are hired to guard Sammy Davis Jr. after a kidnapping attempt. Sammy's look-alike, Herbert Brubaker III, is mistakenly abducted and can't convince his captors that he's not the real Sammy.
  15. 15. Angels On Horseback
    December 20, 1977
    48min
    13+
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    A bus traveling to the Sunwest Dude Ranch has a passenger murdered on the trip, and the Angels arrive to investigate. A dramatic chase on horseback is the only way to catch the criminals.
  16. 16. Game, Set, Death
    January 3, 1978
    49min
    13+
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    English
    A player is killed at the "Hermosa Cup" tennis tournament, and Kris enters the competition. Sabrina and Kelly befriend Arlo Spinner, a man who will do anything to help his tennis supplies business.
  17. 17. Hours Of Desperation
    January 10, 1978
    49min
    13+
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    English
    A jewel thief named Murdoch betrays his two partners and escapes with a bag of rubies. His double-crossed sidekick, Dinsmore, attaches a belt of explosives to Sabrina and demands the Angels help.
  18. 18. Diamond In The Rough
    January 17, 1978
    49min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Freddie "the Fox" Brander is an old thief that wants to retire from crime. He asks for the Angels to help him steal the "Light of Arabia" diamond from an oil sheik, so he can return it to a museum.
  19. 19. Angels In The Backfield
    January 24, 1978
    49min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    A woman's football team is threatened by motorcycle riders before a big game. Sabrina goes undercover as a player for the team's archrival, as the Angles try to solve the case and win the game!
  20. 20. The Sandcastle Murders
    January 31, 1978
    49min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    The Angels are in Malibu Beach to find the surfside killer. When one of the victims turns out to be a personal friend of Kris, Charlie give the girls permission to handle their own investigation.
  21. 21. Angel Blues
    February 7, 1978
    49min
    13+
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    English
    Charlie sends the Angels to investigate the mysterious death of his favorite folk-rock singer, Amy Waters. Kris meets a taxi driver named Lenny who was one of the last people to see Amy alive.
  22. 22. Mother Goose Is Running For His Life
    February 14, 1978
    49min
    13+
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    English
    The president of a toy company hires the Angels when someone tries to blow up the corporate office. Sabrina learns that the company's design director is working for a notorious gangster.
  23. 23. Little Angels Of The Night
    February 21, 1978
    49min
    13+
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    English
    Kelly and Kris go undercover as prostitutes to try and solve a brutal double murder. The Angels quickly find two suspects that work at the Italian restaurant across the street from the brothel.
  24. 24. Jade Trap
    February 28, 1978
    49min
    13+
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    English
    A wealthy woman is murdered in her hotel room by a gigolo, but a jewel thief that was also there is framed for the crime. The Angels play various undercover roles at the hotel to solve the case.
  25. 25. Angel On The Run
    May 2, 1978
    48min
    13+
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    English [CC]
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    English
    A package of stolen diamonds is stashed in the truck of a gravel delivery driver named Larry Kantrelle, who is then kidnapped. Kelly poses as Larry's wife to set a trap for the criminals.
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Directors
Dennis DonnellyAllen BaronDon ChaffeyGeorge McCowanGeorg Stanford BrownKim MannersCliff BoleBob KelljanPaul StanleyRonald Austin
Producers
Aaron SpellingLeonard Goldberg
Season year
1978
Network
ABC Network
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Nad ZeugirdorReviewed in the United States on July 31, 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Cheryl Ladd Is In This, Need I Say More?
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Cheryl Ladd plays Chris Monroe.
HonkyTonkManReviewed in the United States on August 5, 2017
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"Charlie's Angels" was such a ground-breaking, sensational and unique private detective television series.

Kate Jackson was perfect in the role of Los Angeles police academy graduate Sabrina Duncan.
Jaclyn Smith was perfect in the role of Los Angeles police academy graduate Kelly Garrett.
Cheryl Ladd was perfect in the role of San Francisco police academy graduate Kris Munroe.
David Doyle was perfect in the role of John Bosley.

John Forsythe provided the voice of their boss, the unseen Charles Townsend,
who directed the 'Angels' crime-fighting operations over a speaker-phone.

I rated this 6-disc DVD set just three stars because the original two-hour ABC network versions of "Angels in Paradise" and
"Angels on Ice" weren't included.

"Angels in Paradise" originally aired on ABC on September 14, 1977 as a two-hour episode, not a two-part episode.
Following the opening credits, Part 2 opens with a few minutes worth of recap scenes from Part 1.

"Angels on Ice" originally aired on ABC on September 21, 1977 as a two-hour episode, not a two-part episode.
Following the opening credits, Part 2 opens with several minutes worth of recap scenes from Part 1.

So, that's four syndicated episodes that were included on this 6-disc DVD set.

The second season of "Charlie's Angels" originally aired on ABC from September 14, 1977 until May 10, 1978.

Here are the exact running times for all 26 episodes that were included on this Sony Pictures Home Entertainment 6-disc DVD set.

Disc 1:
"Angels in Paradise, Part 1" (50:08)
"Angels in Paradise, Part 2" (46:20)
"Angels on Ice, Part 1" (49:55)
"Angels on Ice, Part 2" (49:49)

Disc 2:
"Pretty Angels All in a Row" (48:49)
"Angel Flight" (49:10)
"Circus of Terror" (49:08)
"Angel in Love" (49:10)
"Unidentified Flying Angels" (49:03)

Disc 3:
"Angels on the Air" (48:01)
"Angel Baby" (49:13)
"Angels in the Wings" (49:05)
"Magic Fire" (49:13)
"Sammy Davis, Jr. Kidnap Caper" (49:01)

Disc 4:
"Angels on Horseback" (48:16)
"Game, Set, Death" (49:11)
"Hours of Desperation" (48:44)
"Diamond in the Rough" (49:06)

Disc 5:
"Angels in the Backfield" (48:59)
"The Sandcastle Murders" (49:14)
"Angel Blues" (48:59)
"Mother Goose is Running for His Life" (48:49)

Disc 6:
"Little Angels of the Night" (49:18)
"The Jade Trap" (49:13)
"Angels on the Run" (48:15)
"Antique Angels" (48:14)

There weren't any teasers included in any of the episodes on this Sony Pictures Home Entertainment 6-disc DVD set.
It might be possible that each of these episodes didn't have teasers when these episodes originally aired on ABC.

Cheryl Ladd joined the cast of "Charlie's Angels" in the second season.
She co-starred in every episode of seasons two, three, four and five of "Charlie's Angels".
She replaced Farrah Fawcett, who had departed "Charlie's Angels" following the end of the first season.
In seasons two, three, four and five of "Charlie's Angels", Ladd portrayed the younger sister of Fawcett's "Charlie's Angels" character.

The picture quality and audio quality on this 6-disc DVD set are both terrific.

The packaging that Sony Pictures Home Entertainment used for "Charlie's Angels: Season 2" is perfect.
The discs are stored on six different plastic DVD holding trays inside of a cardboard DVD case.
None of the discs share the same disc holding tray and none of the discs overlap any of the discs either.
A "Charlie's Angels: Season 2" episode guide insert is included that lists the full content of all six discs.
The cardboard DVD case and the episode guide insert are each stored inside of a cardboard slip-cover case.

To my surprise, the iconic and legendary Hawaiian singer Don Ho didn't sing in the two-hour episode "Angels in Paradise".
He appeared in just one scene in the episode and that scene lasted for a little more than a minute.
In that scene, he made a pineapple and coconut juice drink and then filled two glasses with it while speaking to Kate Jackson.
He offered her a chance to try the pineapple and coconut juice drink that he had just made, but, she declined the kind offer.

Notable guest stars from the two-hour second season premiere "Angels in Paradise" were Art Metrano, Don Ho, France Nuyen,
Norman Fell and Pat Suzuki.

Notable guest stars from the other two-hour second season episode "Angels on Ice" were Edward Andrews, James Gammon,
Jim Backus and Phil Silvers.

Other notable guest stars from the second season of "Charlie's Angels" were Alan Feinstein, Alex Courtney, Barry Bostwick, Bert Remsen,
Bibi Osterwald, Bill Duke, Bruce Fairbairn, Craig T. Nelson, Dan O'Herlihy, Dennis Cole, Denny Miller, Dirk Benedict, Edward Winter,
Elaine Joyce, Fawne Harriman, Gene Barry, Hari Rhodes, Jack Knight, James Darren, James Sikking, Jason Evers, John Karlen,
Judith-Marie Bergan, Ken Olfson, L.Q. Jones, Linda Dano, Marshall Thompson, Martin Kove, Melissa Converse, Michael Warren,
Murray Matheson, Natalie Core, Norman Alden, Patricia Barry, Peter Haskell, Ramon Bieri, Robert Pine, Ross Martin, Rudy Solari,
Sammy Davis Jr., Scott Colomby, Sid Haig, Steve Franken, Taurean Blacque, Taylor Lacher, Tiffany Bolling, Tim Rossovich, Tom Simcox
and Vincent Schiavelli.
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UncleCliffyReviewed in the United States on June 24, 2004
4.0 out of 5 stars
Imagine Sabrina wherever she goes . . .
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The second season of Charlie's Angels is interesting at first because it includes the first change in the series' cast. Once you get over that (and it is not lingered upon by the characters), the second season is much more enjoyable than the first, with the Angels involved in some off-the-beaten-track locales (an antique-car rally, a circus, Sammy Davis Jr.'s Hollywood mansion, a football field) and indulging in some good comedy. The cases seem more varied, though, as in season one, each episode involves a change of venue. The Angels, however, have a wider range of undercover assignments; we expect them to play prostitutes, but Jaclyn Smith's pose as an alien, Cheryl Ladd's disguise as a Swedish film star, and Kate Jackson's turns as a bag lady and a farm boy are true surprises.
The most successful episodes are those that don't follow the usual Angels pattern; that is, a crime followed by a briefing by Charlie, then off to solve the crime. Consequently, the best episodes include The Sandcastle Murders and Hours of Desperation. Some episodes have great setups (Angel Blues, Angels on the Run) that turn altogether conventional, and some (Angels in the Wings, Angel Flight, Angels in the Backfield) are obvious from beginning to end and are perfectly dreadful as a result. The best episode of the season is the season opener Angels in Paradise, with its many twists and turns, its sumptuous locale, and its well-conceived villainess (played by France Nuyen). The first runner-up is the hilarious Pretty Angels All in a Row.
This second season is a showcase for Kate Jackson. Smith, though she does some good work, disappears into the woodwork far too often in this collection. Ladd does some surprisingly good work as well, but Jackson outshines the others in terms of range. She does some outstanding work in Angel in Love, and her French designer disguise in Magic Fire is so obviously bad that it cannot be taken seriously and touches the heights of hilarity. Far more interesting is her come-on to an executive in The Sandcastle Murders -- the writers don't allow us to see how she gets out of what has plainly become a steamy situation, which is unfortunate. She also does the bubble-head routine in Angels in Paradise, a characterization usually reserved for the other Angels. Nobody shakes down a criminal like Sabrina, and immediately following her empty-headed interplay with Mr. Blue, Jackson gets down to business with her customary cool.
Though there are no commentaries, no subtitles, and no extras (except for yawningly boring trailers of the Charlie's Angels movies), I recommend this collection as better than the first season. However, I may have reached my Angels limit; we'll see what kind of mood I am in when season 3 comes out.
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TuckerReviewed in the United States on April 14, 2004
4.0 out of 5 stars
New Season, New Angel
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Sony Entertainment has finally released season two of "Charlie's Angels" on this 6 DVD set. Arguably the best of the Kate Jackson era, the second season pretty much follows the same story structure as the first season but places more emphasis on comedy in its story telling, which I personally find to be an asset to the series. The show is mindless fantasy and the producers seem to acknowledge this with more quirky and tongue-in-cheek situations. "Pretty Maids All in a Row" is a great send up of beauty pagents and all three Angels are given a spotlight to show off there lesser seen comedic sides. Season 2 also introduces Cheryl Ladd into the group and although the chemistry between Ladd, Jackson and Jaclyn Smith doesn't quite match that of the first season with Farrah Fawcett, it comes pretty darn close. Ladd was never my favorite Angel, but she was a remarkably good choice for replacing Fawcett and fits in nicely.
Like most everything, there is both good and bad in this DVD set. First the good: 1. Sony Entertainment did a much better job packaging this collection. The box is eye-catching with great shots of Jackson, Smith and Ladd (although perhaps a little overly touched up). The DVDs within are contained in a booklet style case, with a single DVD per page. Much better than those flimsy plastic covers from Season One. 2. The overall quality of the DVDs is very good, providing a clear picture and sound for the most part. 3. The episodes themselves. With the exception of a few clunkers (Angel Flight, Angels in the Wings) the majority of the episodes in season two are enjoyable and action packed. (Gotta love those stunt doubles with the really BAD wigs).
Now the bad: 1. EDITED EPISODES! Rather than showing them as two-hour episodes the way they originally aired, "Angels in Paradise" and "Angels on Ice" are presented here in a two-part format as they were for syndication. Unfortunately, this means that both episodes have been trimmed down a bit. Frustrating to say the least, especially since it probably means that in Season Three the two hour episodes "Angels in Vegas" and "Terror on Skis" will be similarly chopped up. 2. No extras at all in this package. Granted, the extras in Season One were nothing great but at least it had some extras.
Overall, a step up from the Season One set, both in packaging and in the story telling. Farrah who?
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MattReviewed in the United States on October 1, 2008
5.0 out of 5 stars
One Pretty Ladd'y
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Before I begin, I would just like to say that I am writing this review much like a "first time" viewer would. I was ten years old when Charlie's Angels hit the airwaves and watched the show each week as if it were required by law! That was, however, over 30 years ago! Before purchasing Season's One and Two, I had not seen a single episode since it's original run.

When I came to the end of Season One, I was a bit upset that I was going to have to make the transition from Farrah Fawcett to Cheryl Ladd. To my ultimate delight, I barely noticed the switch. Ms. Ladd took over in a way that made my heart go "pitter-patter!" It's truly amazing how well she immediately fit in with Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith. To me, she completely leveled the playing field for the show.

In Season One, it's not difficult to figure out that Farrah stole a bit of thunder from Kate and Jaclyn. I personally don't feel this way, but the producers obviously did. Farrah wore the super-sexy outfits, she had the big beautiful hair, and she rarely wore a bra. I think that they tried to portray her as the woman every man wanted, but could never have.

When Cheryl Ladd emerged on the screen she was the ultimate "girl next door." Her constant smile and charming personality was a great addition to the show. At times, they did dress her in the super-sexy outfits like they did with Farrah. While Cheryl definitely "filled them out" far better than Farrah did, she never seemed unapproachable. Yes she was sexy, but first and foremost...she was just plain cute!

Season Two of Charlie's Angels is a great collection complete with action, glamour, glitz, and light-hearted humor. It's also a bargain! You get 26 episodes at a running time of 1127 minutes. That's almost 19 hours of entertainment at a very low cost.

Furthermore, you will be introduced to the wonderful Cheryl Ladd, and fall even more in love with Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith.
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Rodney BogardusReviewed in the United States on May 29, 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars
The Angels are Back and Better than Ever!!!
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After the hugely popular debut season of Charlie's Angels (in fact, it held the record for the show with the highest ratings during its 1st season for many years until ER took the title in the 1990's) and the departure of the show's most popular angel, "Jill" played by Farrah Fawcett, the brains behind the jiggle drama decided to introuduce the new character, "Kris" played by Cheryl Ladd, as Jill's younger sister. Replacing a main star after only one season was a huge risk, but the results were spectacular as audiences fell in love with the spunky new Angel, and the ratings for the show increased over those of the previous season!
In its 2nd season, Charlie's Angels started to mature as a television show with better writing and acting. Although the same dyn-o-mite chemistry that existed between the Angels of the original trio was missing in the 2nd season, that which did exist between Kate Jackson, Jaclyn Smith, and Cheryl Ladd took the show in a different direction. Namely, the show stopped taking itself so seriously, which allowed for more comedic situations to occur between the characters, and it broke up the sometimes monotonous angels-in-peril theme of the episodes from the 1st season.
The DVD packaging for this season is an improvement over that of the 1st season, with heavenly artwork throughout the DVD set and with the discs presented in a bound booklet-style holder. The only real down-side to the DVD set is the editing of the first 2 episodes, "Angels in Paradise" and "Angels on Ice," each of which originally aired as 2-hour episodes, but appear in the DVD set as 2-part episodes which were edited for syndication. Also, the DVD set offers no extra features, which isn't that great of a loss as the episodes alone are well worth the price.
At this point, I imagine that Columbia-Tristar is going to hold onto any extra features until the release of the 5th season, in order to help fill out the DVD set (it was a shorter season due to writers' strikes) and to help boost sales (the season was unpopular among viewers, sliding out of the top 20 in the ratings). At any rate THANK YOU, Columbia-Tristar, for season 2 of Charlie's Angels-- we're all looking forward to the remaining angelic episodes!!!
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TheClassicsNut65Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2012
5.0 out of 5 stars
Enter Cheryl Ladd. Good or bad?
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Considering I was a newcomer to Charlie's Angels with the DVD releases, I must admit I did not want to order Season Two, because Farrah Fawcett is not in it. I wondered if Cheryl Ladd (whom I had not heard of) could fill Farrah's shoes. When the price for this season dropped, I decided to give it a try, though I was uneasy about the outcome.

Season Two has an acceptable premiere with "Angels in Paradise," which airs in two installments. In the first part of the episode, we meet Kris Munroe (Cheryl Ladd), Jill's younger sister, who graduated from the San Francisco police academy. Not as foxy as Jill, Kris does have a pretty face. Kris is a rookie and starts off on a shaky note with the Townsed agency.

Despite the early flaws with Kris, she goes on to become a very likable character. She is given my chances to shine throughout the season, especially in those oh so popular bikini scenes.

Highlight episodes from this season include: "Pretty Angels All in a Row," "Angel Flight," "Circus of Terror," "Angels on Horseback," and "Little Angels of the Night" to name a selective list.

Without Farrah as Jill, many seemed to believe Charlie's Angels wouldn't, or couldn't, go on. Cheryl Ladd shows us that it can. Now don't get me wrong, though, it just not quite the same without Jill, but Kris will become a likable character to most.

Season Two does not shine as well as Season One, but its worth the shot, especially since the price is under $7 now. Give it a try, you should not be disappointed. It just depends how attached you were to Farrah.
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P. M. ConnollyReviewed in the United States on March 19, 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars
Season 2 At Last...
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I have to say that I love Charlies Angels and have all the episodes taped from the TV (even the 4th and 5th seasons) and bought Season 1 when it came out as soon as it hit the shelves so I stumbled onto this little gem by accident an pre-ordered it at once. Does anyone know what the extra's are if any the last box set had very little but the picture quality was excellent and the sound fab!.
as for season 2 i feel of the Kate Jackson Seasons this is the weakest thats not to say it is not excellent but I prefer season 3 and season 1 will always be a classic...
For me there is way to much slap-stick style humor in this season with episodes like "The Sammy Davis Jnr Kidnap Caper" "Pretty Angels All In A Row" and "The Jade Trap" being good examples of this though the latter is not a bad episode.
Also "Angel in the Wings" is truly an awful episode (yes I know Cheryl Ladd can sing but to build a whole episode around it....).
Moan outta the way there are mostly good eps standouts are the baby selling racket of "Angel Baby" the Angels trapped on a Plane with the pilot out for the count in "Angel Flight" The Psyco killers of "The Sandcastle Killer" "Little Angels Of the Night". all in all well worth buying but i cannot wait for season 3....(Will they do 4&5 I wonder)
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