Series centering around
two brothers in the West, who were separated when one was taken by Indians. He
would spend several years with them until the army liberated him and reunited
him with his brother Together they search for their sister who is still with the
Indians. Pamela Sue played Ginger in episode: "Day of Outrage" (episode # 1.4)
which aired on 27 October 1976.
Tales of visitors
to a unique resort island that can fulfill literally any fantasy requested. Pamela
Sue appeared in the episode: "The Invisible Woman/The Snow Bird" (episode # 4.7)
airing on 6 December 1980 playing Velda Ferini.
The Love Boat
Passengers search for
romantic days and nights aboard a beautiful ship traveling to tropical or mysterious
countrie. Those who pass their vacation aboard the "Love Boat" are greeting by
a crew that try their best to please them and sometimes help them fall in love.
pamela Sue played Donna Dayton in episode: "Captain's Triangle/Boomerang/Out of
This World" (episode # 4.10) which aired on 13 December 1980
European show where celebrity guests have to bet on different contestants achieving
success in performing a specific stunt. pamela Sue appeared as a guest on the
episode: "Wetten, dass..? aus Kiel" (episode # 1.22) airing on 19 May 1984
Saturday Night Live
night live sketch comedy show. Pamela Sue hosted episode # 10.14 airing on16 February
1985. Musical guests: Power Station
The Star Games
Produced in 1985 and
released into syndication in October of that year, Star Games ran for 60 minutes
and consisted of 26 episodes total. PSM and Bruce Jenner acted as co-hosts while
former football player Dick Butkus acted as referee. Star Games was a variation
on the concept that had been pioneered by ABC in its series of Battle of the Network
Stars specials. Each week three teams of actors, each for a different television
series, would compete in assorted sports events with the winners moving up in
an elimination tournament. The sports included touch football, tennis, bicycle
racing, swimming, and running events.
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
series modeled after and frequently based upon the original series of the 1950s-1960s.
Pamela Sue played Melinda Jensen in the episode: "Anniversary Gift" (episode #
2.6) airing on 28 February 1987.
The Larry Sanders Show
sitcom about Larry Sanders, a talk-show host. This show goes 'behind-the-scenes'
to reveal Larry's humorous interactions with the producers and guests. Appeared
as herself in the episode: "The Warmth Episode" (episode # 1.11) which aired on
24 October 1992
While compiling this website, I rented The Larry Sanders Show DVD containing this
episode to see if I could get a screen shot of PSM. She never appeared on this
episode and is not listed in the closing credits.
***For what my 2 cents is worth on the whole thing, I
seriously believe that PSM appeared in an episode of Garry Shandling's first television
show called It's Garry Shandling's Show which aired from September 1986
to May 1990 in 30 minute episodes on Showtime. She is not, however, listed on
episode guides of this show from: Tvtome.com
Movie Database. I vaguely remember seeing her appearing on this show coming
through the front door of his home and down the steps into his living room. It
would also make more sense that she would appear in this show since it began in
1986 when she was at the height of of Dynasty fame.
you can solve this mystery! Please email me:
That '70s Show
Show centeres around
Eric Forman, a typical high school student growing up in Wisconsin in 1976 with
his family and his friends. Together, they have the same kind of joys and sorrows
that just about every teenager has while growing up. This show parodied many of
the attitudes, events and fads of the 70's. Pamela Sue appeared in episode: "Tornado
Prom" (episode # 4.15) airing on 5 February 2002 playing Miss Wizard.
Interesting video with pop,
soap and sport stars from the 70s, 80s and 90s in a sing a'long version of USA
for Africa classic "We are the world" (1985). None of them apeared in the original.
Watch closely for Pamela and some of her Dynasty cast-mates.
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