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At a luxurious but remote tropical island resort, the enigmatic Mr. Roarke somehow makes the secret dreams of his well-heeled guests come true, although twists of fate occasionally turn those dreams into nightmares. He is assisted by Tattoo, a little person who could be trusted to sing out, "Da plane! Da plane!" as each group of guests arrived. In the final season of the series, Roarke is joined by Lawrence, a dapper Englishman. As a sort of anthology series, the show featured new guest stars each week, and many big names of the era made a trip onto "Fantasy Island."

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aired 535 days ago
An amnesiac (Lauren Tewes) seeks her identity.
aired 536 days ago
A man (Vic Tayback) becomes owner of a women's roller-derby team; two people compete to win $1 million.
aired 536 days ago
A jazzman (Cleavon Little) visits turn-of-the-century New Orleans; a TV writer (Trish Stewart) looks for a plane missing for 50 years.
aired 536 days ago
A securities analyst (Robert Goulet) takes a billionaire's place; a widower (James Broderick) wants his wife back.
aired 542 days ago
Tattoo falls in love with a Parisian dancer; a shy man (Larry Linville) wants his secret love to notice him.
aired 542 days ago
A deaf dancer (Lisa Hartman) temporarily hears; a compulsive gambler (John Saxon) may lose his 8-year-old daughter.
aired 543 days ago
A couple (Peter Marshall, Jane Powell) wants to fall in love again; the past may destroy a bride's happiness.
aired 543 days ago
A woman (Pamela Franklin) courts danger to write her grandmother's biography; two feuding hillbilly clans vie for a still.
aired 543 days ago
A killer (Martin Milner) posing as a journalist seeks a mercenary; an older woman (Barbi Benton) wants youth to gain revenge.
aired 543 days ago
A young bride desperately seeks her father; a married couple return to their old neighborhood hoping to renew their marriage.
aired 549 days ago
A dying woman (Eve Plumb) wants to see her unborn child mature; a mediocre painter (Donny Most) wants to create one masterpiece.
aired 549 days ago
A con man (Shecky Greene) preys on temporarily rich hillbillies; an insecure girl (Maureen McCormick) misuses power Roarke gave her.
aired 549 days ago
A deceased man (Gene Barry) helps his widow find love; a poisoned man (Bobby Sherman) searches for his killer.
aired 549 days ago
A singer (Toni Tennille) dreams of meeting a famous composer; a man (Hugh O'Brian) must disprove a charge of cowardice.
aired 550 days ago
A man (Doug Barr) falls for a trapeze artist he never met; a woman (Elaine Joyce) spies on her fiance and his female musical partners.
aired 550 days ago
A lawyer (Lynda Day George) thinks she has seen Jack the Ripper; a loser (Ken Berry) wants to be a dashing ladies' man.
aired 550 days ago
A romance writer (Mary Ann Mobley) becomes one of her heroines; a man (James MacArthur) wants to impress his wife with heroics.
aired 556 days ago
A millionaire (Paul Williams) becomes Don Quixote; a quiet woman (Phyllis Davis) wants to be a sex symbol.
aired 556 days ago
A commercial pilot (Sam Melville) experiences aerial combat; a mermaid (Michelle Phillips) asks about human love.
aired 556 days ago
A woman sells her soul to the devil (Roddy McDowall); Tattoo makes a man (Arte Johnson) wealthy, and a target.
aired 556 days ago
A man (Bob Denver) becomes a comic-book hero to impress his son; a journalism student seeks an infamous fugitive (Ralph Bellamy).

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