Three people fly in for a weekend at a glamorous island paradise, where for $50.000 each, they can live out their most compelling fantasies.
At a mysterious island resort: a couple wish to meet the daughter they gave up for adoption at birth, a successful businesswoman finds herself in an unexpected situation; a young couple try to relive the past.
An escape artist seeks the ultimate challenge and two plain girls want to sample the jetsetters' life.
Lauren Tewes is an amnesia victim trying to prove she's entitled to a huge inheritance, and Juliet Mills and John Gavin are parents of a couple of kids trying to bring them together.
A retired race driver who was seriously injured in his last race hopes to recreate the devastating moment.
Sally Quinn is on Fantasy Island to fulfill her childhood dream of winning a beauty contest, something her dad disapproves.
There's comedy in the classroom of a famous comedienne (Marcia Strassman) to escape the spotlight and lead a normal life; and the rip-roaring fantasy of two young men(James McArthur and Christopher Connelly) to lead the infamous Hold-in-the-wall gang are Mr. Roarke's next challenges
Four depression era bank robbers who want to pull one last job and a pretty girl with aspirations of becoming a movie star seek fulfilment of their dreams on Fantasy Island.
Jill wants a reunion with fellow cheerleaders; Tom Elgin, an alcoholic, and his wife, Toni, learn they aren't married.
A gambler who would like to win every game for once in his life is cured of his vice. And a young woman may experience as a singer the career which her gifted grandmother enjoyed in the 20s.
A teacher who is tired of putting up with spoiled debutantes seeks his own harem and an amnesia victim mistakenly reported killed in Vietnam wants to be reunited with his family venture to Fantasy Island.
A celebrated painter (Sonny Bono) wants to become a pirate so that he can sweep the woman he loves, his ex-wife (Diana Canova), off her feet and a pickpocket's (Dan Rowan) little daughter wants him to ponder their future.
A famous mystery writer becomes involved in a murder plot, and an executive wants to become a beachcomber.
Barney T Hunter, a bookstore clerk fails to add the price of fame to his desires when he becomes a famed bestselling author with his book "Sex can make you inmortal" and a daughter's wish that her egyptologist father makes an important discovery becomes a horrifying adventure.
A carpenter craves the excitement of being a cat burglar; a young woman looks for Mr. Rignt to replace her fiance of 18 months.
A roller derby queen who wants to be a classy lady to impress her daughter's future inlaws and two men who want to relive the most emotional experience of their lives which took place in the war.
A young man (Paul Sand) dreams of reliving his days as "king of the strip," a recent bride (Pamela Franklyn) wants out of her marriage, and a macho journalist (Darren McGavIn) desires to stalk a dangerous jungle tiger.
1. A fashion designer gets a second trip to Fantasy Island, this time hoping to find the man she loves. 2. A mild-mannered engineer wants to be "the toughest man alive."
Dr. Carlson wants to colect 50 million dollars to build a large clinic, his wife harbors some doubts about the project. Tattoo becomes a middleman for two chorus girls eager to marry a pair of rich producers.
Singapur Malone is on the search for the Bigfoot and pays for an expedition using a yellow plane. Barney is a sailor who fantasizes about getting to island populated by Amazon warrior women.
A young woman (Carol Lynley) who wants to be reunited with a former love and two vaudevillians (Phil Silvers, Phil Harris) trying to put their act back together visit the island
Three gorgeous girls dream of cracking a case just like "Charlie's Angels", and a man dreams of being reunited with his World War II prison camp buddies.
Dracula lives again on 'Fantasy Island", with Robert Reed playing an actor who claims to be the count's relative and who wants to prepare for the role by visiting the vampire's hunting grounds.. Also, Eva Gabor plays a cosmetics tycoon who needs to meet a millionaire.
Dracula lives again when a famous actor wants to prepare for his most challenging role, and a flamboyant cosmetic tycoon uses an unusual plot to snag a millionaire when they visit Mr Roarke.
Eva Gabor is a nearly bankrupt cosmetics manufacturer who wants to marry a rich man and Robert Reed as a method actor preparing for a role by assuming the personality of the character — Count Dracula.
Eve Plumb seeks the truth about her twin brother's death, and George Maharis plays a man wanting to be a millionaire, no matter who or what stands in his way.
Hugh O'Brien, Peter Lawford and Jayne Meadows are walking on a fantasy island episode relating the stories of a man who wants to be a rodeo hero (at any cost) and a woman seeking to pick her husband's next wife.
Hugh O'Brien guest stars as a man who hasn't seen his son for many years and Jayne Meadows Allen guest stars as a woman who wants the opportunity to pick her husband's (Peter Lawford) next wife.
"Photographs." A woman photographer believes she is being haunted by a little girl who mysteriously appears in her pictures. "Royal Flush." A young man wants to fulfill his dream of participating in the world's only $1-million poker game — where he will be forced to challenge the most famous card players.
Mr. Roarke helps Maureen Banning, a runaway heiress intent on marrying a poet, she is being stalked by a private eye hired by her dad. To escape from the detective, she joins a burlesque show as a stripper.
Billy, a dying boxer wants a final shot at the world title. His coach, Jake, wants him to shun Jennie, a former girlfriend who left him years ago.
In a special 90-minute episode, Don Knotts plays an avid movie fan who dreams of becoming a casting director ("Casting Director" written by Skip Webster). Lisa Hartman plays Sor Teresa, a nun who has doubts about her beliefs ("A Little Ball" by Michael Fisher). Florence Henderson plays Jane, a journalist who believes she is jinxed because her last boyfriends have died in freaky accidents ("Pentagram" by Arthur Rowe).
Two beautiful girls see if they can spend $500 million dollars in shopping items for one day and a big game hunter learns what it s like to be the target when he s hunted by killers.
A mother (Janeth Leigh) goes to her twins' 30th Birthday party in spite of the fact that she has not seen them since she gave them up for adoption at birth. A shy librarian tries to catch a real ghost to support the information he wrote in his book.
A woman wants to meet the twin children she gave up for adoption 30 years earlier and a chicken-hearted librarian wishes to be an exorcist.
Bar and grill owner Carol Oates longs to see the kids she dropped a long time ago Roarke obliges by
hiding her real identity and presetting her to
As Carol chats them up, she learns to her dismay that Tom is about to divorce his wife and that Tracy wants to give up her unborn child for adoption.
In the second plot, librarian Elliot Fielding needs experience in ghost breaking before he can write his book. So Roarke takes him to an old mansion, which houses a spooked girls' school, to exorcise a restless spirit dubbed The Gentleman Strangler.
A couple (Eleanor Parker, Craig Stevens) in the process of separation relives the past; a soldier of fortune (Dennis Cole) seeks the Fountain of Youth hired by an old rich man.
In the first premise Roarke allows Jerry Burton to step into the limelight and tell his jokes. Burton, the behind-the-scene man for top comedian Danny Baker, has always wanted to be a top star, and now he gets that chance. Unhappily for him, he blows it and nearly kills his career.
The second plot concerns paraplegic Sandy Larson who arrives just to see her pen pal Mike Banning - a convict in transit on the isle while being transported to another prison. But Banning, refusing to see her, attempts to escape.
Tattoo is kidnapped and held for ransom by an evil former island employee and his diminutive sidekick, and two orphaned children get the chance to choose ideal parents after making on exciting excursion by balloon to an uncharted part of the island.
Two stories — one about a mediocre bowler trying to
make it good at a top pro bowling tourney while the second deals with an ex circus owner bringing together her old circus for one last show.
In Bowling Lou seeks a winning place in the Fantasy Island bowling tourney. At the last minute he gets apprehensive about competing against such crack champions. But his wife,Margaret, reminds him
that his performance is only a fantasy.
In Command Performance, Naomi Gittings wants to bring together her old circus, not merely for a last performance, but also to ferret out the murderer of her ex-circus manager and booking agent. She is very sure that someone in the circus is responsible for their deaths. Prime suspicion falls on Richard, a down-and-out clown who has every reason to feel bitter.
A handicapped girl (Eve Plumb) visits the island in hopes of finding a cure for her paralysis and a bankrupt man (David Doyle) takes a hit contract on himself so that his family can collect the life Insurance.
A female cook wants to compete and win in a famed cuisine competition held in Fantasy Island; a stuntman wishes to reunite with his long-lost son.
This time Mr. Roarke grants a wish to his assistant Tattoo. He dreams of becoming the Love God of the islanders. However, poor Tattoo soon finds himself overwhelmed with the situation. Meanwhile, two girls (Lisa Hartman and Pamela Franklin) want to do "Gone with the Wind" as they scour the Civil War South for the one-and-only Rhett Butler. Dack Rambo and Christopher Connelly are featured. While two girls want to be Scarlett O'Haras, Tatoo longs to be admired and surrounded by beautiful women. Christoper Connelly. Gene Evans. Pamela Franklin and Lisa Hartman guest.
Tattoo is given a special assignment: He must find new parents for the baby of a deceased islander. Tattoo has to choose between his own fantasy and the future well-being of the baby he wants to keep. Meanwhile, Olaf and his friends run in a marathon. Two girls participate in a sports endurance contest hampered by a dishonest competitor and his trainer. Guest stars: Barbi Benton, Dick Martin.
A young woman wants to become the head of a large corporation, and a man seeks to avenge his father s death. Dennis Cole plays a man out to avenge his father's murder, and hot on the trail of the suspected killer (Cameron Mitchell), while Donna Mills plays a beautiful young woman who wants to head a large corporation where she is employed and gets in a power struggle with her real-life boss (Brett Halsey), the man she loves. Lots of maneuvering by host Ricardo Montalban) and clucking (by Herve Villechaize, as Tattoo.)
Cornelius Wieselfarher, a shy locksmith and scoutmaster, fulfills his fantasy of becoming an ace flier during WW I. But the plot thickens when he must help French rebels and face a great adversary, The Red Baron himself. Cornelius falls in love with Monique, a French spy.
Helen Phillips, a 57-year-old lady wants to be young again and feel love with a younger man. Mr Roarke provides her with a serum which turns her into a younger woman instantly. She must drink the potion three times or the process will reverse. She falls for David Hanks, a handsome engineer. Unexpectedly George Crane, her fiance, arrives looking for her.
Excitement and romance amid preparations for a spectacular wedding overwhelm the island when Mr. Roarke realizes his ultimate fantasy-- marrying the beautiful woman of his dreams.
A hoodlum (Sonny Bono) being stalked by a murderer seeks refuge at an orphanage. Tattoo wants to leave the island after he falls in love with an attractive country-music singer (Audrey Landers). Guest star: Shelley Fabares.
A Texan self-made millionaire wants to meet the elusive prima-ballerina who was the inspiration for his success. A beautiful but naive private eye is desperate to crack her first case. Guest stars: Max Baer, Carol Lynley.
A plump young lady uses Roarke's mysterious powers to become a ravishing, voluptuous woman to seek a bizarre revenge on an old high school acquaintance; and a former boxer is urged by his devoted son to fight the world champion for the title.
A woman (Joan Prather) discovers that her dream of finding the perfect man (James Darren) has taken an unexpected twist.
Two young women (Georgia Engel and Patricia McCormick) seek the excitement and romance of being cheerleaders for a pro football team. Melvin wishes to spend the weekend with the woman of his dreams, famous movie star Liz Merrill.
A widow (Janette Nolan) is accompanied by her grandson to the island where she is determined to her dream of meeting with her deceased husband.
Harry Simpson is sure he has a double of himself somewhere in the world, and once Roarke finds him Harry insists to trade places with his lookalike. Sister Veronica comes to Fantasy Island in search of the first prize in a famed wine competition
"Lookalikes" An ordinary man is thrilled when he gets to lead the swinging life of his fabulously wealthy double, but the fun turns dangerous when he learns that he is responsible for his double's huge gambling debts; and "The Winemaker" A comedy of errors ensues when a nun enlists Tattoo's aid to help her win a wine-judging contest.
Danny Collier is a carefree bachelor from Chicago who wants to get married when the weekend gets over since he has been engaged to his girlfriend for two years and they have not been able to tie the know due to weird circumstances; Lisa Corday wants to end a nightmare she's been having on her 30th birthday.
Mark, a young lawyer has arrived to the Island in search of his client and pal, Pete Gilbert. Amy's wish is to relive to the night of her mother's murder and change the past.
A man travels back in time to the 18th century and a girl who has been mute since she witnessed her mother's death wishes to relive the horrifying night.
An ex-centerfold model (Barbi Benton) desiring to treat men as sex objects and a man dreaming of leading a commando raid visit Fantasy Island.
A female doctor is transformed into an exotic but violent beauty, and a professor finds Aphrodite (Britt Ekiand), the Greek Goddess of love.
A middle-aged man wanting to lead the life of a swinging young bachelor and a beautiful girl desiring a look into her own future are Mr. Roarke's guests.
Two women desire to return to prehistoric times when women were totally dominated by the primitive men and a blind detective wants his eyesight back to find his missing love, Nona. Roarke grants the detective his eyesight for 48 hours only.
David Farley wants to replay the role he used to portray on TV, Jungle Man. A ventriloquist lady feels her puppet is dominating her personality.
Lucy's wish is to travel back in time to the land of Pharaohs and fulfil her fantasy of becoming herself Cleopatra; Fred Webster wants to hold a special power, the power to move things at will. "My Fair Pharaoh"
Cleopatra and the pageantry of Rome come olive when a woman travels backward in time to become the Egyptian queen and faces death because of her torrid love for Mark Anthony; and in "The Power" a man endangers himself by seeking supreme power over other.
Morris Binstock, an insurance salesman (Bob Denver) wants to earn the respect of Barney, his son, by turning himself into a superhero, The Eagleman; Rochelle McKenzie, a waitress (Vernee Watson) who has studied to become a journalist wishes to find Dr. Arthur Gates, a missing physician (Ralph Bellamy ), famous for being a refugee from justice.
"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. "Instant Millionaire" Tattoo has accepted the fantasy of a man who wants to become a millionaire. The problem is that he did it without Roarke's authorization.
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.
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.
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.
"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.
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.
"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.
"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.
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?
"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.
In "Show Me a Hero" a woman (Connie Stevens) arranges to meet the lover (David Hedison) from long ago whose memory still affects her life after a mysterious separation and in "Slamdunk" a sportswriter (Sonny Bono) of short stature fights for a place on a professional basketball team to gain a lady's (Jenilee Harrison) admiration. Professional basketball players Brad Holland and Roy Hamilton go one-on-one with Bono, Harrison and Peter Isacksen.
Mephistopheles tries to enslave Mr. Roarke, two women in their seventies relive their days as Ziegfeld girls, and a and a salesman teams up with a bank robber.
A modern young woman experiences the chivalry and dangers of 17th. century France when she meets famed poet Cyrano de Bergerac and the evil Marquis de Sade; and an amateur magician suddenly possesses the secrets of the most brilliant sorcerers.
"The Last Cowboy" A gray-haired Urban Cowboy discovers that the Old West was not quite the romantic adventure he perceived it to be. "The Lady and the Monster" A female scientist encounters that the fictional Dr. Frankenstein really lived and comes face to face with his hulk in the process.
"Mr. Nobody (aka The World's Strongest Man)" A man comes to the island looking for inner strength, but Julie grants his physical strength instead; "La Liberatora" a flamboyant classical guitarist wants to go back to the days of Spanish California in order to retrace her roots as a musician.
A young man finds himself in deep trouble after wishing to spend a night in a harem; a young woman finds herself in a perilous situation when she ends up becoming an ancient queen after she wishes to always be the center of attention. A young woman who wants the center of attention is shocked to learn she is to be a human sacrifice; a young engineer craving a night in a harem finds his experience better than his wildest dreams; a visitor to medieval Paris is disappointed in the Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Susan Sullivan and Lyle Waggoner guest star in "Perfect Husband," a segment of the ABC Television Network's Fantasy Island," in which Ms. Sullivan travels to the island paradise in search of a new husband, but what she discovers seems too good to be true. A wealthy widow, played by Susan Sullivan, can't believe the new man in her life, Lyle Waggoner, is as perfect as he seems. In "Volcano" George Maharis plays a scientist who puts his life on the line to prove his new theory about volcanoes.
An author wants to finish her biography on singer Lillian Russell, and is sent back in time to get more answers, but she finds herself actually becoming the singer herself; a man wishes for nothing more than pure solitude. A real-estate salesperson is transformed into a glamorous 1890s belle, and a taciturn man attempts to recapture the peaceful times of his boyhood.
An answering-service operator meets the man of her dreams or rather the three men, and a brother and sister return to the house in which their father died and unravel the mysteries of his death.
A young couple try to get money out of a stingy millionaire in "A Very Strange Affair". In "The Sailor", Florence Henderson portrays a wealthy but lonely woman who meets the legendary Flying Dutchman (Peter Graves). As the story goes the Dutchman was doomed to sail the seas forever unless he could win the love of a woman. It's not that easy though, the woman must be willing to die for him.
A woman is desperate to find out who her father is, as she wants him to give her away at her upcoming wedding; a scientist is determined to make an incredible discovery, but his wish brings him a weekend of absolute terror.
A young woman with a criminal past wishes for a chance to turn her life around; a woman sees a painting in which the subject looks a lot like her, so she wishes to find the identity of the painting's subject and the story behind the painting.
An oil-rig worker, who hasn't seen a woman in a year, wants to meet a beautiful centerfold model (Lydia Cornell) just to win a bet. A female airline pilot (Mary Ann Mobley) wants to fulfill her Indian tribe's prophecy and tame the legendary thunderbird in an Air
Force fighter jet.
Amanda wants to be an expert in the occult, and she'll win $100,000 if she can stay two hours in the home of Captain Timothy Black's ghost.
A track coach (Raymond Buktenica) tries to save a Gay Nineties beauty (Audrey Landers) from a crazed sculptor, and a movie star (Laraine Stephens) meets William Shakespeare (Robert Reed).
Edward Ross, a successful magazine publisher, arrrives to the island seeking to make amends to his ex-wife and son.
"Island of Horrors" Erica Nelson's fantasy is locating her missing fiance, Dr. Yates, who went to Mexixo on an expedition and disappeared without a trace.
Mr. Roarke becomes the object of an engaged woman's (Stephanie Faracy) affections, while a widow (Juliet Prowse) and her daughter (Jamie Rose) fall for the same man.
A housewife (Katherine Helmond) attempts to demonstrate the difficulty of her duties to her husband, and a prostitute (Melinda Culea) seeks a genuine relationship.
To reward a trio of nurses (Joanna Cassidy, Pat Klous, Eleanor Parker) who cared for him during a hospital stay, a businessman (Peter Graves) gives them each a dream vacation fantasy.
A youngster (Victoria Spelling) asks an elderly grouch (George Kennedy) about her parents' death, and a showbiz legend (Milton Berle) seeks a reunion with his old partners (Imogene Coca, Howard Morris).
A retired dancer (Cyd Charisse) wants to perform again, and a wealthy widow (Lee Meriwether) in love with her butler (Efrem Zlmbalist, Jr.) hopes to learn that he also cares for her.
A man (Stuart Damon) interferes with his widowed mother's (Dorothy McGuire) new romance, and a woman (Cristina Ferrare) tries to win back her husband (Geoffrey Scott) from his mistress.
The wife (Jeannie Wilson) of a doctor (Gordon Thomson) relives her wedding day by leaving him for someone else, and a man (Richard Gilliland) finds himself isolated with two lovely women.
A terminally ill billionaire (Jose Ferrer) seeks someone to dispense his fortune, and a divorced mother (Florence
Henderson) wants a carefree life.
A beauty contest promoter (Paul Burke) plans to make his daughter the winner, and a movie star (Stella Stevens) wants back the children she gave up for adoption years earlier.