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Aloha Paradise: Fantasie Impromptu/ Engaged to Be Dumped/ Fiona

Guest stars arrive in the tropical paradise for three miniplots: Joanna Pettet (who is courted by Curtis) and Joan Fontaine (playing an aging movie
star) are featured in two. For contrast, there is a little romance thrown in, between a 13-year-old piano prodigy (Brad Savage) and a sweet young thing (Olivia Barash) who socks him in the arm.

"Engaged to be Dumped" An aging actress (Fontaine) forges a friendship with Richard; "Fantasie Impromptu" a teen boy (Savage) experiences love for the first time; "Fiona" Curtis is pleased when Fiona (Pettet) accepts his advances.

Richard falls in love with his image of an old-time actress (Fontaine); a child prodigy (Savage)is smitten with puppy love; Curtis falls for Fionna, an attractive woman.

A child prodigy named Scott is easily drawn away from his piano when he is smitten with a girl named Fredi. To win her attention, he must compete athletically with one of Fredi's boyfriends.
Meanwhile, a veteran actress is afraid of losing her image as a beautiful star and so she tries to hide behind a swath of scarves. But a movie buff named Richard recognises her and tries to use his charms to help her.
Curtis, who is a loser with women, gets Fran to coach him on how to go about befriending women. Curtis meets and falls in love with Fiona, a ravishing woman, and conducts his courtship with lightning speed so much so his colleagues are worried as to whether he is doing the right thing.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x4
Production Number: 1.8
Airdate: Wednesday March 25th, 1981

Director: Bob Sweeney
Writer: Lew Gallo

Special Guest Stars
Joan FontaineJoan Fontaine
As Herself

Guest Stars
Brad SavageBrad Savage
As Scott
Brad SavageBrad Savage
As Scott
Ralph BellamyRalph Bellamy
As Horace
Ralph BellamyRalph Bellamy
As Horace
Pat KlousPat Klous
As Fran
Karen MontgomeryKaren Montgomery
As Miss Abel
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