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Season 4

63 :04x01 - The Devil and Mandy Breem/Instant Millionaire

"The Devil and Mandy Breem" Mandy Breem (Carol Linley) has to come to the island to renegotiate the deal he made with the Devil (Roddy McDowall) years ago. The Devil accepts only on the condition that she brings him a rare flower.
Guest Stars: Arte Johnson as Fred Catlett | Richard Sanders as Race Track Announcer | Roddy McDowall as Mephistopheles the Devil | Carol Lynley as Amanda 'Mandy' Breem | Arlene Golonka as Ava Foster | Ross Martin (1) as Ace Scanlon | Adam West as Philip Breem |
Co-Guest Stars: Joe Turkel as Herb Glazer
Director: Vince Edwards

64 :04x02 - Flying Aces/The Mermaid Returns

Tony Chilton, a commercial airline pilot, has a dream of joining a famous flying squad during WW II, but he's keeping a secret; Princess Nyah, a mermaid, beseeches Roarke a chance to meet her dream lover.

"The Mermaid Returns", in which a beautiful mermaid (Michelle Phillips) convinces Mr Roarke to exchange her tail for a pair of legs so that she might experience for herself human love, and "The Flying Aces", in which a young pilot (Sam Melville) travels back to World War II to find the father (Tom Wopat)he never knew.
Guest Stars: John Nolan (1) as the Bartender | Janet Hills as Belinda | Donald Petrie as Flyer | Tom Bailey (1) as Barman | Tom Demenkoff as Eddie Allen | Charles Lucia as Jerome | Dolly Read as Betty | Hal England as Harvey | Tom Wopat as David Chilton | Sam Melville as Tony Chilton | Robert Mandan as Captain Rosacker | Michelle Phillips as Princess Nyah
Director: Earl Bellamy

65 :04x03 - The Skater's Edge/Concerto of Death

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Guest Stars: Bradford Dillman as Vincent Stollmann | Peggy Fleming as Laura Henderson | Mary Ann Mobley as Linda Roth | Allen Ludden as Judge Meyer | Paul Flick as Farrell | Jack Carter as Morgan Townsend | Dick Shawn as Burnstein | Juliet Mills as Viola Burnstein | Dack Rambo as Mike O'Brien | Dennis Cole as Jeremy Hale | Chet Swiatkowsky as Sir Gay Marco | Erin Gray as Carla Marco | Charlene Tilton as Charlotte 'Charlie' Johnson

66 :04x04 - Don Quixote/The Sex Symbol

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Guest Stars: Dawn Merrick as Biker Girl | Doug Llewelyn as Newsman | John Furlong as Biker | Robert F. Lyons as Carl | Edd Byrnes as Ron Barker | Don Stroud as Orville Weems | Mary Louise Weller as Dulcie Merchant/Dulcinea | Michael Callan as Sterling | Phyllis Davis as Helen Hendrix | David Doyle as Sam Woolf/Sancho Panza | Paul Williams (1) as Donald Quick/Don Quixote
Director: Mike Vejar

67 :04x05 - The Love Doctor/The Pleasure Palace / Possessed

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Guest Stars: Leo Gordon as Jim Corbett the Bartender | Heather Hewitt as Wilma | Barbara Stock as Pru | B.J. Ralke as Samantha | Ken Medlock as Spaceship Commander | Ruben Moreno as the Jungle Chief | Jade McCall as Alien Commander | Yolanda Márquez as the Mother | Roz Kelly as Olivia | Missy Gold as Unknown | France Nuyen as Unknown | Loni Anderson as Kim Holland | Christopher George (1) as Dr. Greg Miller | Barbi Benton as Molly Delahanti | Gary Burghoff as Gordon Hughes | Barbara Parkins as Lorna Hendricks | Dane Clark as Lt. Bob Blainey | Henry Jones (1) as Judge Ralph | Ruta Lee as Lily Niles McHenry

68 :04x06 - With Affection, Jack the Ripper/Gigolo

A determined young woman travels back in time to pursue murderous Jack the Ripper, and ends up leading him back to Fantasy Island, where he finds a whole new world of victims; and a shy man runs into romantic trouble when his fantasy of being paid to love women is fulfilled.
Guest Stars: Patricia Everly as Terry | Kathryn Fuller (1) as Old Woman | Angela Slater as Gracie | Michael Hadlow as Barman | Rosemary Lord as Lelani | Catherine Campbell (1) as Helga | Frank Birney as Head Waiter | Charissa Ann Ewing as Mavis | Robert West as Unknown | Lyle Waggoner as Monty | Meredith MacRae as Dina DeWinter | Carolyn Jones (1) as Jessie DeWinter | Barbara Horan as Lana | Ken Berry as Stanley Hocker | John Brandon (1) as Bobby | Philece Sampler as Lola | Alex Cord as Robert West | Lynda Day George as Lorraine Peters | Victor Buono as Dr. Albert Z. Fell
Director: Mike Vejar

69 :04x07 - The Invisible Woman/The Snow Bird

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Guest Stars: George Maharis as Mario Ferini | Jon Crosby as Unknown | Betty Jean Samuelson as Roseanna | Debra Jo Fondren as Rose | Bob Boyd as Kenneth De Jong | Neile Adams as Trish | Sonny Bono as Monty Green | Dick Gautier as Denny Palumbo | Pamela Sue Martin as Velda Ferini | Don Ameche as Ferini | Douglas Barr as Ned Pringle | Elaine Joyce as Harriet Winkler
Director: Don Weis

70 :04x08 - Crescendo/Three Feathers

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Guest Stars: Cliff Carnell as the Bartender | James Hong as the Butler | Skip Homeier as Mike Thurwood | James Wainwright as Jake Lawrie | Peter Lawford as Jesse | Diane Baker as Lena Jordan | Toni Tennille as Susan Lohman | Hugh O'Brian as Alan Colshaw | Monte Markham as Edmond Dumont

71 :04x09 - My Late Lover/Sanctuary

Eva Gabor appears as a woman trying to decide which of three men to marry on Fantasy Island, and taking cues from his deceased lover's ghost.
Guest Stars: Georganne LaPiere as Sandra | Russell Nype as Donald McKenzie | Sid Haig as Harlen | Craig Stevens (1) as Walter Blair | John Ericson as Ellis Lathrop | Morgan Brittany as Tessa Brody | Michael Cole as Falco | Gene Barry as 'Dex' Dexter | Eva Gabor as Anastasia Dexter | Bobby Sherman as Thomas Henshaw

72 :04x10 - High Off the Hog/Reprisal

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Guest Stars: Misty Rowe as Emily Boggs | Bob Seagren as Chad | Kathrine Baumann as Kathi Fox | Ed Ruffalo as Frank | Joan Benedict as Matron | Richard Gilliland as Bud Simmons | Noah Beery, Jr. as Otis T. Boggs | Janis Paige as Mabel Martin | Stephen Shortridge as Hadley Boggs | Lewis Arquette as Slocumb | Holly Gagnier as Janet Martin | Dody Goodman as Mona Boggs | Shecky Greene as Roger Fox | Maureen McCormick as Trudy Brown
Director: Mike Vejar

73 :04x11 - Elizabeth's Baby/The Artist and the Lady

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Guest Stars: Susan Cotton as Helen | Jerome Guardino as Eddie | Frank Arno as Stranger | Michael Shackleford as One of the twins | Kim Marie as Liza Blake | Jenny Sherman as Maybelle | David Shackleford as One of the twins | Nanci Roberts as Beauty | Jeff Pomerantz as Victor | Heather O'Rourke as Liza Blake | Don Hutton as Hud | Eve Plumb as Elizabeth Blake | Michelle Pfeiffer as Deborah Dare | John Myhers as Spencer | Peter Brown (1) as Patrick O'Herlihy | Alison Arngrim as Liza Blake | Don Reid (1) as Steven Blake | Don Most as Kermit Dobbs | Mike Henry (2) as Mike
Director: Mike Vejar

74 :04x12 - The Heroine/The Warrior

"The Heroine" Florence, an authoress of romance novels, wishes to become one her heroines. A romance novelist (Mary Ann Mobley) wants to star in one of her own stories. "The Warrior" Bob Graham, a mediocre martial arts student dreams to defeat “the very best in that field” as Mr. Roarke puts it. As the prize, the dude offers up his wife, Linda. Hopefully, he’s better at karate than he is at being a husband. A mild-mannered man (James MacArthur) hopes to prove his love to his wife (Shelley Fabares) by displaying a mastery of the martial arts.
Guest Stars: Robert Loggia as Porter C. Brockhill | Don Galloway as Peter Styles | Cesare Danova as Brent Hampton | James MacArthur as Robert Graham | Shelley Fabares as Linda Graham | Mary Ann Mobley as Florence Richmond | Mako as Kwong Soo Luke |
Co-Guest Stars: Victoria Carroll as Nina | Kieu Chinh as Oriental Woman | Richard Lee Sung as Mongolian Warrior
Director: George McCowan

75 :04x13 - The Man from Yesterday/World's Most Desirable Woman

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Guest Stars: Camille Villechaize as Camille | M.G. Kelly as Mark Strutton | Mary Bower as Joyce | Blane Savage as Grady | Delores Cantú as Kathi | Melanie Vincz as Judy | William Marquez as 1st Fisherman | Rummel Mor as Petie | Stephanie Faulkner as Pauline | Dennis Cole as Major Calvin Doyle | Martin Milner as William T. Keating/Jed Morrison | Barbi Benton as Marsha Garnett/Carla Baines | Elizabeth Baur as Mrs. Keating/Lucy Carson | Edie Adams as Liz Fuller | Teri Copley as Joanne

76 :04x14 - The Chateau/White Lightning

Vicky Lee wants to spend a weekend with a famous silent film star. She arrives at his chateau only to learn he worships "the great god Pan" and owns a creepy self-portrait.
Guest Stars: Ernie Lively as Bobby Joe Scoggins | Richard Lineback as Otis McAllister | Ed Begley, Jr. as Amos NcAllister | Randolph Powell as R.J. Scoggins | Pamela Franklin as Vicky Lee | David Hedison as Karl Dixon/Claude Duncan | George Lindsey as Norris Scoggins | Carolyn Jones (1) as Clora McAllister | Wendy Schaal as Ruth Ann McAllister

77 :04x15 - Loving Strangers/Something Borrowed, Something Blue

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Guest Stars: Catherine Campbell (1) as Francine | J. Pat O'Malley as Reverend | Marjoe Gortner as Nick Corbin | Cesar Romero as Maestro Roger Alexander | Peter Marshall (2) as Tom Wilkerson | Jane Powell (1) as Margaret Chase Wilkerson | John Gavin as Jack Foster | Shelley Smith as Pamela Archer
Director: Cliff Bole

78 :04x16 - Chorus Girl/Surrogate Father

"Surrogate Father" A compulsive gambler wants to hit it big on Fantasy Island. But his daughter’s fantasy is for daddy to stop gambling and start being a father.

A talented deaf dancer receives the gift of hearing and a compulsive gambler crosses fantasies with a social worker.
Guest Stars: Charles Picerni as Donovan | Vince Howard as the Teller | Nita DiGiampaolo as Elena | Dave Johnson (4) as Track Announcer | Elven Havard as Waiter | Joe Bennett as Maxim Leonard | Jason Evers as Ben | Nicole Eggert as Amy Watkins | John Saxon as Evan Watkins | Lisa Hartman as Sheila Richards | Rosemary Forsyth as Margo Glenn | Stuart Whitman as Franklin Adams

79 :04x17 - Also Rans/Portrait of Solange

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Guest Stars: Dennis Kort as Ice Cream Vendor | Don Porter as Emmett Latham | Joan Prather as Delia Latham | David Groh as Mark Ellison | Larry Linville as Jerome Pepper | Arlene Dahl as Amelia Selby | Macdonald Carey as Alfred Gerrard | Elissa Leeds as Solange Latienne

80 :04x18 - The Searcher/The Way We Weren't

"The Searcher"— a young woman and her new husband want to solve the mystery of her father's disappearance: and "The Way We Weren't" — which deals with a couple who have been married for six years and want to recreate the early days of their marriage.
Guest Stars: Jenny Neumann as Lisa | Leo Gordon as Chief Guard | Dawn Wells as Myra | Hermione Baddeley as Aunt Bella | Paul Burke (1) as Noah Jansen/John Saunders | Jack Carter as Vic Fletcher | James Darren as Brian Holmes | Laraine Stephens as Dorothy 'Dottie' Cooper | Laurette Spang as Karen Saunders-Holmes | Jerry Van Dyke as Fred Cooper

81 :04x19 - The Proxy Billionaire/The Experiment

Robert Goulet and Ricardo Montalban will prove that most folks like fantasy over fiction tonight, especially fiction about cops 'n' robbers. Roarke grants Goulet, a Wall St. analyst, his wish to exchange places with a wealthy client. And James Broderick is a doctor who wants to make the dead live. Did he clear this with Bela Lugosi?
Guest Stars: Ashley Hester as Dancer | Delores Cantú as Waitress | Laurie Walters as Lisa Bergmann | Woody Strode as Makalo | Britt Ekland as Berniece Williams | Troy Donahue as Wallis Jaeger | James Broderick as Dr. Lucas Bergmann | Phyllis Davis as Jennifer Leston | Robert Goulet as Frank Miller/Avery Williams

82 :04x20 - Delphine/The Unkillable

"Delphine" Mr. Roarke's goddaughter tries to free herself from her gift for sorcery and in "The Unkillable" two scientists search for a missing link to man's development.

"The Unkillable" Three scientists arrive to the island hoping to find an ancient silicon creature.
Guest Stars: Carl Ballantine as The Great Zachariah | Doris Roberts as Madame Clooney | Randolph Mantooth as Dr. Paul Todd | Don Galloway as Greg Randolph | Annette Funicello as Elizabeth 'Liz' Drake | Ann Jillian as Delphine McNab | Elinor Donahue as Madge Nolan | Alex Cord as Kyle | Vic Tayback as Chet Nolan
Director: Cliff Bole

83 :04x21 - Basin Street/The Devil's Triangle

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Guest Stars: Kedren Jones as Ginger | John Schull as Sgt. McAndrew | Howard George as Lieutenant Lavalle | Joe Namath as Clay Garrett | Trish Stewart as Kerry Dawson | Christopher Connelly as Tom Spencer | Berlinda Tolbert as Billie Joe | Raymond St. Jacques as Camptown Dodds | Mabel King as Mama Parker | Cleavon Little as Charles Raines

84 :04x22 - Hard Knocks/Lady Godiva

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Guest Stars: Morgan Woodward as Hall | John Davis Chandler as Eddie Gunn | Janet Brandt as Mady | Marland Proctor as Cop | Julie Inouye as Masseuse | Nina Axelrod as Doreen Rich | Philip Levien (1) as Steve Pryor | Patrick Wayne as John Apensdale | Michael Alldredge as Tom | Ken Berry as Lord Leo Pomeroy | Michelle Phillips as Sheila Godfrey | Robert Sacchi as Humphrey Bogart | Gunilla Hutton as Lady Godiva | Martha Smith as Monica Hall
Director: Don Weis

85 :04x23 - Man-Beast/Ole Island Oprey

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Guest Stars: Cal Bartlett as Shepherd | Keith Atkinson as Joe Henderson | Kevin Hagen as Sam | Wendy Schaal as Jennie Rowlands | Anne Francis as Lottie McFadden | Jimmy Dean as Charlie Rowlands | Carol Lynley as Elizabeth Tabori | David Hedison as David Tabori

86 :04x24 - Paquito's Birthday/Technical Advisor

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Guest Stars: Susan Saldivar as Elena | Jerry Velasco as Jose | Anthony Trujillo as Paquito 'Paco' Lopez | Victoria Racimo as Consuelo Lopez | Jim Stafford as Gene Jefferson | Jill St. John as Helen of Troy | Linda Cristal as Donna Delores | A. Martinez as Manuel Lopez | Randi Oakes as Nancy Harvester | Blane Savage as Brad
Director: Don Weis
Warning: Fantasy Island (1977) guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Fantasy | Mystery
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Airs: Saturdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 28, 1978
Ended: May 19, 1984
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