Production info

The Egyptian Cruise
USA, 1986  TV  

TV-series The Love Boat

Gavin MacLeod, Bernie Kopell, Pat Klous


Cruising the Nile ... the Captain and his friend's widow share memories; a producer wants a starlet to play Cleopatra; a woman eyes the gold ankh Doc was given in a bazaar; a busy man may lose his schoolteacher wife to a former student. (source:

Double episode (numbers 234 and 235) from the highly successful series "The Love Boat", which ran for 249 episodes between 1977 and 1987. Set on the cruise ship "Pacific Princess", the passengers and crew have romantic and funny adventures every week. The series' attraction was in the casting of well-known actors in guest-starring roles as well as genuine legends like Lillian Gish, Helen Hayes and Olivia de Havilland. This particular double episode was acutally filmed on location in Egypt and shows the cast and guests visiting various monuments along the Nile.

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