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Scarecrow and Mrs. King 4 Seasons

Season 1
4.9 out of 5 stars (548) IMDb 7.2/10

Television icons Kate Jackson (Charlie's Angels) and Bruce Boxleitner (Babylon 5) star in this Emmy-winning action series that follows the exploits of a secret agent who reluctantly teams up with a divorced mother.

Starring:
Kate Jackson, Bruce Boxleitner

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Season 1

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1. The First TIme

Amanda King (KATE JACKSON), a cute divorcee, is handed a package at a train station--and becomes involved in a situation with a handsome operative (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) of a secret U.S. agency.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: October 3, 1983
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2. There Goes The Neighborhood

Posing as a married couple, Lee (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) and Amanda (KATE JACKSON) investigate a quiet suburban community and find it's a hotbed of international intrigue -- and lethal hair dryers.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: October 10, 1983
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3. If Thoughts Could Kill

When an old friend of Lee's loses it in the Bull pen and fires his gun randomly, Lee gets his knee broken trying to save him. He is therefore stuck in a hospital while he's recovering, under the dubious care of a doctor whose archaic experiments got him fired- thanks to Lee.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: October 17, 1983
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4. Magic Bus

Lee (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) and Amanda (KATE JACKSON) learn that life in a motor home can be hazardous to one's health, especially when the motor home is actually the world's most lethal mobile assault weapon.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: October 24, 1983
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5. The A.C.M. Kid

Lee (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) and Amanda (KATE JACKSON) can handle KGB spies, but what do you do with a 12-year-old computer genius (MEENO PELUCE) who wields his IQ of 185 like an undefeated street fighter?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: October 30, 1983
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6. Always Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth

Lee (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) and Amanda (KATE JACKSON) uncover an oil tycoon's plot to kill visiting royalty for his own personal gain.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: November 7, 1983
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7. Service Above and Beyond

Lee (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) and Amanda (KATE JACKSON) learn that a business deal between and American financier (PAUL SHENAR) and an East German representative (WALTER GOTELL) involves a lot more than a chain of restaurants serving instant chicken.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: November 14, 1983
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8. Saved by the Bells

In a daring "double-agent" switch, Amanda (KATE JACKSON) finds herself masquerading as the famous "Scarecrow," while Lee (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) discovers he must take a back seat to the "weaker sex."

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: November 28, 1983
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9. Sudden Death

Amanda (KATE JACKSON) and Lee (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) uncover a football team owner's plot to kill his foreign-born place kicker, who stands in the way of a political assassination attempt that will be monetarily rewarding to him.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: December 5, 1983
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10. The Long Christmas Eve

In coaxing a spy to come in from the cold after 23 years, Lee (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) and Amanda (KATE JACKSON) discover that the Christmas spirit can be a formidable weapon in international espionage ... when even more than lives are at stake.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: December 19, 1983
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11. Remembrance of Things Past

Lee (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) and Amanda (KATE JACKSON) must halt a string of assassinations before the killer, who has threatened to murder Lee, claims his next victim.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: January 9, 1984
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12. Lost and Found

"Till Death Do Us Part" takes on deeper significance as Lee (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) and Amanda (KATE JACKSON) protect an ESP expert (GEORGE CHAKIRIS) from the KGB and an unexpected enemy.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: January 16, 1984
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13. I Am Not Now, Nor Have I Ever Been...A Spy

The key to an assassination plot, that threatens not only a world leader but also an entire American city, is locked in Amanda's (KATE JACKSON) mind ... but she has amnesia!

TV-PG CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: January 30, 1984
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14. Dead Ringer

Francine (MARTHA SMITH) is in "double" trouble when she's abducted and held for ransom after being mistaken for a Hungarian defector.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: February 6, 1984
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15. The Mole

Lee and Amanda set out to uncover a traitor within the Agency, who has been repeatedly giving information to a Politburo operative -- which have made all attempts by the Agency to capture the operative failures.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: February 13, 1984
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16. Savior

Amanda (KATE JACKSON) sets out to save Lee (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) from an agent turned illegal arms dealer. When she unknowingly hauls a live bomb, Lee must save them both ... with humorous results.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: February 27, 1984
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17. The Artful Dodger

Amanda (KATE JACKSON) becomes the unwitting accomplice of "the artful dodger" (JARED MARTIN), a former jewel thief who now steals defense secrets. His latest heist promises to endanger national security.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: March 5, 1984
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18. Filming Raul

When a film school student photographs the kidnapping of a missing agent, Amanda King (KATE JACKSON) and Lee "Scarecrow" Stetson (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) go to work to save them both.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: March 19, 1984
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19. Fearless Dotty

Amanda's (KATE JACKSON) mother, Dotty (BEVERLY GARLAND), plunges Amanda, Lee (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) and a ring of international spies into a chase when she accidentally takes the wrong birthday present home.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: March 26, 1984
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20. Weekend

Lee and Amanda spend a weekend at a posh resort, where they play a deadly contest against kidnappers out to grab one of the guests -- a top think-tank genius whose knowledge of U.S. secrets is wanted behind the Iron Curtain.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: April 23, 1984
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21. Waiting for Godorsky

Lee (BRUCE BOXLEITNER) and Amanda (KATE JACKSON) run up against an Iron Curtain assassination team attempting to silence an émigré speaking out for a dissident writer. But it's Amanda's mother, Dotty (BEVERLY GARLAND), who literally smashes the plot.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 47 minutes Release date: May 7, 1984
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Product Details

Genres Adventure
Director Rod Holcomb
Starring Kate Jackson, Bruce Boxleitner
Supporting actors Beverly Garland, Mel Stewart, Martha Smith, Greg Morton, Paul Stout, John Saxon, Kate Reid, Thomas Babson, Madison Arnold, Thomas Bellin, Paul Willson, Suzanne von Schaack, Robert S. Telford, Dorothy Constantine
Network Warner Bros.
Producers Brad Buckner, Bill McCutchen, Christopher Nelson, Eugenie Ross-Leming
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By Brian Perry on September 23, 2005
Format: DVD
How Many People Have To Ask For It To Get It Released??????, September 4, 2006

43 people have now taken the time to review this show and ask for its release on dvd (including myself almost a year ago).I have already given up on Dynasty and Hart to Hart being released in their complete series runs and purchased each complete series (probably illegally) from another website.The quality wasn't the best,but at least I have seen Dynasty and Hart to Hart from beginning to end.It looks like I will have to do that with Scarecrow and Mrs. King too.I am tired of waiting for it to be released.It amazes me that shows that are still airing daily on television in repeats (and many of them lousy ones at that)are being released every week to dvd and yet a quality show such as this is being ignored!
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MY ORIGINAL REVIEW............SEPTEMBER 2005
I have to agree with Michelle.I loved this show growing up and would order each and every season as soon as they were released.Good luck trying to find shows these days without blood and gore,horrific violence,mental or physical cruelty.This was a show the whole family could enjoy.I have already pre-ordered season 1 of Hart to Hart,so come on and release Scarecrow and Mrs. King next.PLEASE.
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I just don't understand why scarecrow and mrs. king hasn't been released on DVD. This is one of my all time favorite shows. Kate Jackson and Bruce Boxleitner were the best partners on the show. Come on I know I am not the only Scarecrow and Mrs. king fan out here. They finally released Lois and Clark the new adventures of Superman on DVD then why can't they release Scarecrow and Mrs. King.
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Considering the sheer number of television show DVDs released every year, I find it baffling why a show as enjoyable (it was my favorite show of the era) to watch as 'Scarecrow and Mrs. King' has not been among them. From the very first show in which Mrs. King (Kate Jackson) is inadvertently sucked into a world of handsome spies [believe me, Boxleitner would make any woman want to 'look for the man in the red hat'], international intrigue, and catty co-workers -- 'Scarecrow' takes us on a fun, exciting, and witty fantasy ride. The chemistry between Boxleitner (Scarecrow) and Jackson's characters is instantaneous but of course, neither is willing to acknowledge it to the other. Thus, we have the setup for several years' worth of good, exciting, and relatively wholesome entertainment. Along the way, the housewife's natural instincts for the world of espionage are polished and she earns the respect of her co-workers at the 'Agency'. But during those first four years, there are enough laughs, thrills, intrigue and romance to keep fans coming back for more. What more can I say? Oh yes. Bring on the DVDs!
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With all the horrible shows being released on DVD, isn't it time for a quality show like SMK to be released? I loved this series as a kid and would really like to share it with my children. At last they would be able to watch an "adventure" show without gratuitous sex or violence. Remember those days?
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Hey people, if you really want to see this out on DVD, you need to tell the people that own the rights to producing it on DVD, Warner Brothers Home Video! They've got a customer service page with a "DVD/Video [title requests]" category under 'this is regarding...' at their website (sorry, links aren't allowed anymore, apparently...) so go and tell them what you want!

Edit : 3/22/10 - I was so happy when this finally came out on DVD. I'd been spying on TV Shows on DVD dot com for ages, waiting for some news. I'm already on the second disc and it's just as hilarious and awesomely 80s as I remember. The picture quality is great. I'm trying to drag it out, rather than watching it all in one sitting, since I don't even see a listing for season 2, yet...sigh. I'm not too worried, since this is WB and not Disney (who has a terrible habit of dropping a show in the middle of putting it out on DVD), but I am crossing my fingers that they release the whole thing. Please, WB! You might break some of our hearts if you don't!
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I couldn't believe it when I saw that "Hart to Hart" was on DVD, but not Scarecrow and Mrs. King. This is one that so many of us grew up on, and now you can appreciate it all the more. How cool is it to see characters actually talk and have personality and not just have sex and then dump each other inside of two episodes?

The allure of this series was the brilliant and often funny culture clash between the prim housewife and the dashing secret agent. They were the Scully and Mulder of their time: usually bickering and not understanding each other, but ultimately working together and teasing the audience with relationship tension that always kept us coming back.

They don't write shows like this very often. You have to watch "Lost" now if you want real boy/girl tension, and the heroism that was mainstream in the 80s is all but extinct in modern TV.

We've also learned that terrible reality shows rule the schedule ("The Bachelor," Skating with Celebrities), icky shows rule the popular crowd (CSI, Fear Factor), truly stellar shows get canceled (Firefly), and classics like Scarecrow need to be revived.

We need it now, more than ever!
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