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  • I doubt the real Frank Buck had a girl popping out of the woodwork every other week

    • by Orrymain
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      It’s yet another romance for Frank Buck in Bring ‘Em Back Alive: The Shadow Women of Chung Tai. I doubt the real Frank Buck had a girl popping out of the woodwork every other week. Bruce Boxleitner fans may like it, but I’ve never liked the notion of the love of the week on this show or any other.

      It demeans the character, and while this TV Buck is meant to be somewhat of a playboy, it gets old real fast, especially when there is supposed to be a love brewing between he and Gloria (Cindy Morgan).

      The amour of the week is played by Jenilee Harrison, whose biggest claim to fame was a stint on Three’s Company as Suzanne ...


      • Somer’s replacement. She plays Stacey.

        Susie Coelho, back when she was capitalizing off of being Sonny Bono’s then-wife, has a part as Tah-Ri. She’s not exactly memorable.

        Christopher Connelly is much more enticing as a pilot named Bill Griffin, who is a friend of Buck’s and Stacey’s. He’s the one who brings her to Malaya. Of course, he isn’t

        exactly the picture of friendship, and while I won’t spoil exactly what happens, it is pretty predictable.

        Albert Salmi guest stars as Alfredo Astero, a hunter, only his version of hunts is trafficking — in women. He’s his usual evil self. Salmi could do these parts in his sleep.

        It’s an okay show, but nothing special.




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