Fantasy Island - who can ever forget, "The Plane, The Plane, I See the Plane!"

Fantasy Island - who can ever forget, "The Plane, The Plane, I See the Plane!"

Immersive Theater’s Next Stop: A Sexy ’70s Fantasy Island - The New York Times The cast list totals 40, with 20 performing in each show. The production will accommodate an audience of 60.

Immersive Theater’s Next Stop: A Sexy ’70s Fantasy Island

Immersive Theater’s Next Stop: A Sexy ’70s Fantasy Island - The New York Times The cast list totals 40, with 20 performing in each show. The production will accommodate an audience of 60.

Ah, yes...Friday nights with "Fantasy Island" and "Love Boat".

Is America the ‘Fantasy Island’ of federal spending?

Ah, yes...Friday nights with "Fantasy Island" and "Love Boat".

As Patty Dworkin, Freedman went onto perform on stage in Ohio with the Kenley Players before moving onto Broadway, where she worked on “See Saw,” “Shenandoah” and “Sly Fox.” After working with Jackie Gleason on “Sly Fox,” impressed ABC casting executives put her under contract and relocated her to Los Angeles. The ABC contract brought her roles on shows including “The Love Boat,” “Fantasy Island,” “Dynasty,” “Happy Days,” “Delta House,” “One Day at a Time,” “Eight is Enough,” and “Shirley.”

Publicist and Actress Patty Freedman Dies at 64

As Patty Dworkin, Freedman went onto perform on stage in Ohio with the Kenley Players before moving onto Broadway, where she worked on “See Saw,” “Shenandoah” and “Sly Fox.” After working with Jackie Gleason on “Sly Fox,” impressed ABC casting executives put her under contract and relocated her to Los Angeles. The ABC contract brought her roles on shows including “The Love Boat,” “Fantasy Island,” “Dynasty,” “Happy Days,” “Delta House,” “One Day at a Time,” “Eight is Enough,” and “Shirley.”

Sylvia Sidney (Juno) Sidney was already a six-decade movie veteran -- known for such classics as "Fury" (1936), "Sabotage" (1936), and "Dead End" (1937) -- when Burton cast the 77-year-old as afterlife bureaucrat Juno in "Beetlejuice." Afterward, she continued to play comic roles, including the senile grandma in Burton's "Mars Attacks" in 1996. Her final gig was a recurring role as a supernatural travel agent on the revived "Fantasy Island".

Sylvia Sidney (Juno) Sidney was already a six-decade movie veteran -- known for such classics as "Fury" (1936), "Sabotage" (1936), and "Dead End" (1937) -- when Burton cast the 77-year-old as afterlife bureaucrat Juno in "Beetlejuice." Afterward, she continued to play comic roles, including the senile grandma in Burton's "Mars Attacks" in 1996. Her final gig was a recurring role as a supernatural travel agent on the revived "Fantasy Island".

"The Love Boat" was a romantic comedy series based on the adventures of passengers on a cruise liner.  The ship was the Pacific Princess, however, depending on where the show was set other ships were used in shooting the episodes.  The show was based on a couple of TV movies of the same title which itself was based on a book written by an actual cruise director entitled "The Love Boats". Read the full story>>

"The Love Boat" was a romantic comedy series based on the adventures of passengers on a cruise liner. The ship was the Pacific Princess, however, depending on where the show was set other ships were used in shooting the episodes. The show was based on a couple of TV movies of the same title which itself was based on a book written by an actual cruise director entitled "The Love Boats". Read the full story>>

'The Young and the Restless' Spoilers: Kelly's fantasy island won't hold Jack http://www.examiner.com/article/the-young-and-the-restless-spoilers-kelly-s-fantasy-island-won-t-hold-jack

'The Young and the Restless' Spoilers: Kelly's fantasy island won't hold Jack http://www.examiner.com/article/the-young-and-the-restless-spoilers-kelly-s-fantasy-island-won-t-hold-jack

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