Judy Landers Guest TV Appearances
The following episode summaries and guest apperances were taken from various episode guides I have found. They are listed in chronological order where available. Show titles that are linked will take you to vidcaps of that episode.
Updated June 5, 2012
Season: 2 Episode: 47 Angel on the Run
February 22, 1978
Directed by: Bob Kellian. Story by: Laurie Lakso
Guest Starring: Don Reid as Larry Kantrelle;
Carole Mallory as Rosey ("Rosie" on diner); Belinda Balaski as Sue Kantrell;
Bill Duke as David Pearl; Alex Courtney as Taylor
Special Guest Star: Elaine Joyce as Nancy
Co-Starring: Judy Landers as Mrs. Chicken
The Man Who Loved Women / A Different Girl / Oh, My Aching Brother
September 30, 1978
A Charming Bachelor Falls Genuinely in Love With Three Women At The Same Time; Young Marrieds, Who Have Been Separated For Two Years Because Of Military Service, Discover Both Have
Changed; And Two Conmen Stage A Phony Accident And Plan To Sue.
Guest Stars: Bess Armstrong, Sonny Bono, Cathryn Damon, David Doyle, Grant Goodeve, Marty
Ingels, Judy Landers, Jo Ann Pflug And Brett Somers
Episode 108 The Other Woman
February 21, 1979
Directed by Jack Shea. Written by Jerry Perzigian and Don Seigel
A business trip of Tom's sparks an argument between him and Helen which gets even worse when she discovers that a beautiful blond is accompanying him.
Guest Stars: Judy Landers (as Judy Smith) Jack Manning (as Mr. Kramer) Darlene Conley (as mother)
Season: 4 Episode: 72 Love Boat Angels
September, 12 1979
Directed by: Allen Baron Written by: Edward J Lakso
Co-Starring: Judy Landers as blond [sic] girl; Louie Elias as Stack; Read Morgan as Kadin
Special Guest Star: Bert Convy.
Guest Starring (in alphabetical order):
Bo Hopkins, Sandy McPeak as Elenor Case, Dick
Sargent as Avery, Barry Sullivan, Lee Travis
and the Love Boat Crew:
Gavin MacLeod, Bernie Kopell, Fred Grandy, Ted
Lange and, Lauren Tewes
Suggested by Jeraldine Saunders' "The Love Boats"
Filmed entirely on location in the Caribbean.
Episode 58 The Swinger/Terrors of the Wind
February 9, 1980
Directed by Cliff Bole. Written by Worley Thorne, Sam Orr and Ken Pettus
A middle-aged man wishes for the swinging youth he feels he never enjoyed and a young woman wishes to see what the future holds for her, unaware of the dangers such a vision can hold.
Guest stars: Frankie Avalon, Jack Carter, Anne Francis, Lisa Hartman, Judy Landers, Stephen McNally, Howard Morris
February 21, 1980
Directed by: Guy Magar. Written by: Chris Bunch, Allan Cole
Andromeda, the top rock group in the 25th Century, are preparing a galaxy-wide concert from the orbiting satellite Musicworld. Lars Mangros, their manager, plots to take over the galaxy by piggy-backing a mind-control wave on the concert. Simultaneous riots by the youth of the galaxy will create a power vacuum into which he will step!
GUEST CAST: Lars Mangros: Jerry Orbach. Karana: Nancy Frangione. Huer: Tim O'Connor. Joanna: Judy Landers. Cirus: Leonard Lightfoot.
October 24, 1981
A woman in search of the most chivalrous and romantic man
of all time winds up meeting Cyrano de Bergerac; and a magician trying
to perfect his craft faces a huge problem after he makes his assistant
The Fall Guy
Three for the Road
April 14, 1982
Kay Faulkner and Colt team up and head for Mexico on a mission to recover a bail-jumping jewel thief (Judy Landers)and her stolen gems.
Episode 12 Forget Me Not
December 12, 1982
Credits: Micki Bradburn: Judy Landers, Rudy del Fuego: Alejandro Rey, Marie Elena: Maria Conchita, Jerry: Michael Lane, David Burns/The Eagle: Reid L. Shelton, Eduardo Casafranca: Victor Millan, Ray: Fred Lerner, The Frenchman: David Olivier, Margo: Katia Christine, Valet Attendant: Michael Horsley, Male Guest: Michael Lamont, Actress: Helen Duffy
Michael's only hope of preventing the assassination of a Latin American president is a girl who knows the plan, but has amnesia.
December 14, 1983
Two sisters who have lived together all their lives hire a real estate agent to find them separate homes. Audrey Landers. Judy Landers.
Episode 3 The Former Harry Stone
January 18, 1984
Terry Kiser, Judy Landers, Joey Aresco, Barney Martin
Lana learns that Harry has a criminal record when she tries to find out his age
to settle a bet.
Episode 151 Bojangles and the Dancer/ Deuces are Wild
May 12, 1984
Directed by Bob Sweeney. Written by Shiela R. Allen and David Chambers
A married couple come to the Island with a mixed agenda - he is intent
upon performing with his idol, Mr. Bojangles - she, however, is intent upon keeping him from fulfilling his fantasy for fear it may kill him and two sisters hope to fulfill their lifelong fantasy - to be taken seriously.
Guest stars: Sammy Davis, Jr., John Ericson, Walter Gotell, Telma Hopkins, Audrey Landers, Judy Landers, Glynn Turman, Stuart Whitman
Episode 62 Knight Strike
April 5, 1985
Credits: Sheila: Judy Landers, Tyler: Kathrine Baumann, Jastrow: Richard Herd, Rawleigh: Jack O'Halloran, Fletcher: Paul Tuerpe, Edgar: Logan Ramsey, Tom O'Malley: Bill Yeager, Sgt. Gottlieb: Mark Giardino, Clerk: Wendy Oates, Tuxedo: Michael Masters, Martha: Virgina Peters
To find stolen laser rifles, Michael attends a survivalist convention where pistols taken in the same robbery have been sold.
Where Is The Monster When You Need Him?
October 1, 1985
While helping a friend who's filming a monster movie in Mexico, the team encounters some restless natives. Jerry: Michael Lerner. Jenny: Judy Landers. Charles: Dennis Cole. Dunnigan: Mike Preston. White Angel: Walter Gotell. One Shot: Rick Garcia.
Episode 50 The Apartment
January 30, 1986
Judy Landers, Keye Luke, Bumper Robinson
Harry throws a surprise birthday for Dan, whose date is extremely anxious to be home by midnight.
Episode 3 The House of the Rising Flan
October 10, 1986
Directed by E W Swackhamer. Story by Les Carter & Susan Sisko
Bill Macy, Michael Horton, Joanna Frank [ as Sheila Brackman ], Roy Brocksmith, David Wohl, Bel Sandre, Judy Landers, Cec Verrell, Felton Perry
Sifuentes suffers through dinner at the Brackmans, Markowitz is in the middle of a fierce tax-audit between a millionaire hot-dog vendor and an alcoholic IRS agent, Kuzak's personal-injury suit against an amusement park is complicated by his young client's adoptive father and Abby has more trouble from her husband when he kidnaps thier son Eric.
Episode 4 The Princess and the Weiner King
October 17, 1986
Directed by Sharron Miller. Written by Jacob Epstein
Bill Macy, Cynthia Harris, Judy Landers, Pierrette Grace, Richard Gates, Dean Devlin, Carol Potter, David Andrews, Adam Arkin
McKenzie takes a dim view of future lawyers after his guest lecture at a law school is followed by questions dominated by self-interest, and at the office, his secretary Iris takes a dim view of her future with the firm. Meanwhile, a lovesick client follows Becker's advice, then blames Arnie when his wife won't return to him; Sifuentes goes to bat for a young girl facing charges she shot her brother; Kuzak meets his competition for Grace's affections and Stuart wows Ann with his private life.
Murder, She Wrote
Season 3 Episode 11 Night of the Headless Horseman
January 4, 1987
Director: Walter Grauman. Writer: R. Barker Price
The 'headless' horseman rides again, but his costume becomes more realistic.
Dorian Beecher: Thom Bray, Sheriff Rankin: Doug McClure, Dorn Van Stotter: Dean Stockwell, Doc Walker: Charles Siebert, Sarah Dupont: Karlene Crockett, Edwin Dupont: Fritz Weaver, Charlotte Newcastle: Hope Lange, Nate Findley: Barry Williams, Bobbie: Judy Landers, Todd Carrier: Brandon Douglas, Robert: Donald Thompson, Brendan: Adam Ferris.
Episode 101 Danny Got His Gun
May 12, 1988
Judy Landers, George Murdock
Dan flip-flops on his active duty for the Army Reserve until he learns it will be in a tropical paradise with a beautiful lady officer.
Judy has also appeared in Dragnet '90, ALF, Out Of This World, Lottery!, Happy Days several other episodes of The Love Boat and 8 episodes of Fantasy Island
Judy has also been in several TV pilots, such as What Really Happened to the Class of '65 (this was Judy's first TV appearance), and Rock Candy (With Audrey).
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