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Turnabout (TV series)

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Turnabout
GenreSitcom
Written by
Directed byAlex March
Starring
Composer(s)
Country of originUSA
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes7
Production
Executive producer(s)Sam Denoff
Producer(s)
  • William P. D'Angelo
  • Arnold Kane
CinematographyMario DiLeo
Editor(s)
  • John Elias
  • Michael S. Murphy
Running time30 min
Production company(s)Sam Denoff Productions
DistributorUniversal Television
Release
Original networkNBC
Original releaseJanuary 26 (1979-01-26) –
March 30, 1979 (1979-03-30)

Turnabout is an American sitcom that first aired on NBC in 1979 and was based on a 1931 novel of the same title by Thorne Smith (which had already been developed into the 1940 movie, Turnabout). The plot was about a husband and wife who found themselves inhabiting each other's bodies. The series lasted seven episodes.

Plot

Sports writer Sam Alston (John Schuck) and his cosmetics-executive wife Penny (Sharon Gless) each envy the other's life. One day, Penny buys a small statue from a gypsy and the statue turns out to have the magical power to grant wishes. The next morning, Sam and Penny each discover that they have switched bodies. Once they realize that the switch is not going to simply wear off, they both try to adjust without letting anyone know about it: Sam discovers what it is like to live as a woman and Penny as a man.

Episodes

Title Directed by: Written by: Air date
1"Turnabout"Richard CrennaSteven Bochco,
Michael Rhodes
January 26, 1979 (1979-01-26)
Pilot episode: A cursed Gypsy's statue causes Sam and Penny's spirits to take flight and exchange bodies after they made an idle wish, each believing that the other has the better life. Now Sam is his wife and Penny is her husband.
2"Penny's Old Boyfriend"Alex MarchJim RogersFebruary 2, 1979 (1979-02-02)
Penny's old boyfriend shows up with a job offer that Penny hopes Sam won't refuse now that he literally speaks for her. Sam suspects that the ex-boyfriend is more interested in Penny than in business, and he's in a perfect position to find out.
3"We're a Little Late, Folks"Arnold LavenRichard BaerFebruary 9, 1979 (1979-02-09)
Penny informs Sam that her former body's "monthly visitor" is late; Sam goes to the gynecologist to find out if "he's" going to become a mother.
4"Cry Me a Touchdown"Alex MarchKen HechtFebruary 16, 1979 (1979-02-16)
Sam and Penny prepare to participate in a charity touch football game, only Sam is now the cheerleader and Penny is the quarterback and neither has a clue on how to perform the other's role!
5"Till Dad Do Us Part"William P. D'AngeloBarbara Avedon,
Barbara Corday
March 9, 1979 (1979-03-09)
Penny's family comes to visit on the occasion of her sister's wedding, and masculine-minded Sam has to be the daughter/sister instead of Penny, to Sam's annoyance and Penny's disappointment.
6"Crass Reunion"Bruce BilsonJim RogersMarch 23, 1979 (1979-03-23)
Sam is invited to a fraternity reunion, and the wives are not invited. Too bad Penny is now occupying Sam's body and is the one to get the news! So they both return to Sam's old college for a wild reunion.
7"Statutory Theft"Tony MordenteSylvia NechtMarch 30, 1979 (1979-03-30)
The magical statue is stolen! Will Sam and Penny be cursed to stay in each other's bodies forever?

TV-movie

Four episodes of the series — "Turnabout," "Penny's Old Boyfriend," "Till Dad Do Us Part," and "Statutory Theft" — were compiled into a single TV-movie titled Magic Statue.

Sources

References

  1. ^ Barnes, Mike (26 November 2012). "Actress Bobbi Jordan". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 8 December 2012.
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