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The series followed the comic adventures of seven castaways as they attempted to survive the island on which they had been shipwrecked. Most episodes revolve around the dissimilar castaways' conflicts and their unsuccessful attempts, for whose failure Gilligan was frequently responsible, to escape their plight. Gilligan's Island ran for a total of 98 episodes. The first season, consisting of 36 episodes, was filmed in black and white. These episodes were later colorized for syndication.

The show's second and third seasons 62 episodes and the three television movie sequels aired between and were filmed in color. The show received solid ratings during its original run, then grew in popularity during decades of syndication, especially in the s and s when many markets ran the show in the late afternoon after school.

Today, the title character of Gilligan is widely recognized as an American cultural icon. The two-man crew of the charter boat SS Minnow and five passengers on a "three-hour tour" from Honolulu run into a tropical storm and are shipwrecked on an uncharted island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. The island was close enough to Hawaii to clearly pick up Hawaiian AM radio transmissions on a portable receiver. The location given in the series varies.

The pilot episode , titled "Marooned", was filmed in November The pilot featured seven characters as in the series , but only four of the characters—and their associated actors—were carried forward into the series: Because of the three significant character and casting changes between the pilot episode and the first series episode, the pilot was not shown before the series first aired on 26 September The original pilot eventually aired over 29 years later on TBS 16 October The three characters who did not carry forward from the pilot were two secretaries and a high school teacher.

In the pilot, the scientifically inclined Professor was instead a high school teacher played by John Gabriel. Ginger the movie star was still red haired Ginger, but worked as a secretary, played by Kit Smythe.

The pilot's opening and ending songs were two similar Calypso -styled tracks written by John Williams and performed by Sherwood Schwartz impersonating singer Sir Lancelot. The lyrics of both were quite different from those of the TV series and the pilot's opening theme song was longer.

The short scenes during this initial music include Gilligan taking the Howells' luggage to the boat before cast-off and Gilligan attempting to give a cup of coffee to the Skipper during the storm that would ultimately maroon the boat.

After the opening theme song and credits end, the pilot proper begins with the seven castaways waking up on the beached SS Minnow and continues with them performing various tasks, including exploring the island, attempting to fix the transmitter, building huts, and finding food.

Contrary to some descriptions, the pilot's storylines contained no detailed accounts of the pilot characters' backgrounds. The pilot concludes with the ending theme song and credits. The background music and even the laugh tracks of the pilot appear all but identical to those used during the series. The first episode actually broadcast, "Two on a Raft", is sometimes wrongly referred to as the series pilot.

This episode begins with the same scene of Gilligan and the Skipper awakening on the boat as in the pilot though slightly differently cut, to eliminate most shots of the departed actors and continues with the characters sitting on the beach listening to a radio news report about their disappearance.

No equivalent scene or background information is in the pilot, except for the description of the passengers in the original theme song. Rather than reshooting the rest of the pilot story for broadcast, the show just proceeded on.

The plot thus skips over the topics of the pilot; the bulk of the episode tells of Gilligan and the Skipper setting off on a raft to try to bring help, but unknowingly landing back on the other side of the same island.

The scene with the radio report is one of two scenes that reveal the names of the Skipper Jonas Grumby and the Professor Roy Hinkley ; the names are used in a similar radio report early in the series.

The name Jonas Grumby appears nowhere else in the series except for an episode in which the Maritime Board of Review blames the Skipper for the loss of the ship. The name Roy Hinkley is used one other time when Mr. Howell introduces the Professor as Roy Huntley and the professor corrects him, to which Mr. Howell replies, " Brinkley , Brinkley. The plot for the pilot episode was eventually recycled into that season's Christmas episode, "Birds Gotta Fly, Fish Gotta Talk", in which the story of the pilot episode, concerning the practical problems on landing, is related through a series of flashbacks.

Footage featuring characters that had been recast was reshot using the current actors. For scenes including only Denver, Hale, Backus, and Schafer, the original footage was reused. The last episode of the show, " Gilligan the Goddess ", aired on April 17, , and ended just like the rest, with the castaways still stranded on the island. It was not known at the time that it would be the series finale, as a fourth season was expected but then cancelled.

It was followed for the first 16 weeks by the sitcom Run, Buddy, Run. The time slot from 7: The shipwrecked castaways desperately want to leave the remote island, and various opportunities are frequently presenting themselves. They typically fail owing to some bumbling error committed by Gilligan with the notable exception of "The Big Gold Strike", where everyone except Gilligan is responsible for their failed escape and the Professor in one episode where he admitting to reading a tablet wrong.

Sometimes this would result in Gilligan saving the others from some unforeseen flaw in their plan. The first deals with life on the island. A running gag is the castaways' ability to fashion a vast array of useful objects from bamboo and other local material. Some are simple everyday things, while others are stretches of the imagination.

Russell Johnson noted in his autobiography that the production crew enjoyed the challenge of building these props. These bamboo items include framed huts with thatched grass sides and roofs, along with bamboo closets strong enough to withstand hurricane-force winds and rain; the communal dining table and chairs, pipes for Gilligan's hot water, a stethoscope , and a pedal-powered car. Many scenes occur at the dining table, where the castaways enjoy many dishes that Ginger and Mary Ann prepare while a portable radio provides news and entertainment.

Gilligan and the Skipper often catch fish, and the island has citrus trees to avoid scurvy and a good supply of fresh water to drink and to prepare tropical drinks. While most are explained by the Professor's or occasionally Gilligan's ingenuity, sometimes they are also explained by things being washed up on shore or falling off cargo ships. Naturally, despite their obvious skill and inventiveness, the castaways never quite manage to put together a functional raft out of bamboo or repair the holes in the Minnow , though the entire ship fell apart in the eighth episode, "Goodbye Island" [8].

In the television movie Rescue from Gilligan's Island , the castaways tie all their huts together and use that as a raft for escape, taking advantage of a tsunami 's propulsion. The second theme involves visitors to the uncharted island. One challenge to a viewer's suspension of disbelief is the remarkable frequency with which the island is visited by an assortment of people who repeatedly fail to assist the castaways in leaving the island.

Some have hidden motives for not aiding the castaways. Others are simply unable to help, are incompetent, or are foiled in their efforts to help by Gilligan's bumbling. There were episodes in which look-alikes of each of Gilligan, Ginger, and Mr. Howell visit the island played by the actors in dual roles. The island is also home to an unusual assortment of animal life, some native, some visiting.

The third recurring theme is the use of dream sequences in which one of the castaways "dreams" he or she is some character related to that week's storyline. All of the castaways appeared as other characters within the dream. In later interviews and memoirs, nearly all of the actors stated that the dream episodes were among their personal favorites. The fourth recurring theme is a piece of news concerning the castaways arriving from the outside world that causes discord among them.

Then, a second piece of news arrives that says the first was incorrect. An exception to the latter part of this statement is the episode "The Postman Cometh", where Gilligan and the Skipper hear over the radio that Mary Ann's boyfriend eloped and the three single men try to cheer her up by wooing her; Mary Ann actually lied about having a boyfriend, and she created a romance with "a real creep" so that the others would think she had someone waiting for her back home.

The fifth recurring theme is the appearance or arrival of strange objects, like a WWII mine, a crate of radioactive vegetable seeds, or a "Mars Rover" that the scientists back in the USA think is sending them pictures of Mars, and in one episode a meteorite. Most of the slapstick comedic sequences between Hale and Denver were heavily inspired by Laurel and Hardy , particularly by Hale breaking the fourth wall by looking directly into the camera expressing his frustration with Denver's clumsiness as Oliver Hardy often did.

The lagoon was drained and used as a parking lot during the show's off-season and was the last surviving element of the show when it was demolished in as part of an expansion project. Four boats played the part of the SS Minnow. Another boat, the Bluejacket , was used in the opening credits shown during the second and third seasons and eventually turned up for sale on Vancouver Island in August , after running aground on a reef in the Hecate Strait on the way south from Alaska. One boat was used for beach scenes after being towed to Kauai in Hawaii.

FCC , who was most famous for describing television as "a vast wasteland ". The final day of filming the pilot was Friday, November 22, , the day of the assassination of President John F. As the Minnow is leaving the harbor and heading out to sea, an American flag flying at half staff can be seen briefly in the background. The United States Coast Guard occasionally received telegrams from concerned citizens, who apparently did not realize it was a scripted show, pleading for them to rescue the people on the deserted island.

The Coast Guard simply forwarded these telegrams to producer Sherwood Schwartz. However, the resultant smoke attracts the attention of a US Coast Guard helicopter, whose pilot commends Gilligan's fire; otherwise the castaways would have been adrift and unnoticed. One version was used for the first season and another for the second and third seasons.

In the original song, the Professor and Mary Ann, originally considered "second-billed co-stars", were referred to as "the rest", but with the growing popularity of those characters, their names were inserted into the lyrics in the second season. The Gilligan theme song underwent this one major change because star Bob Denver personally asked studio executives to add Johnson and Wells to the song. The studio caved in, and "the Professor and Mary Ann" were added.

The first-season version was recorded by the folk group The Wellingtons. The second-season version, which incorporated more of a sea shanty sound, was uncredited, but according to Russell Johnson in his book Here on Gilligan's Isle , it was performed by a group called the Eligibles.

The show's original pilot episode featured a Calypso theme song by future film composer John Williams , and different lyrics. The original length of the voyage was "a six-hour ride", not "a three-hour tour". Yankovic also used one verse from the closing theme lyrics in " Amish Paradise " , a parody of Coolio 's " Gangsta's Paradise " During the — television season, Gilligan's Island aired on Monday nights at 7: Though the sitcom's ratings had fallen well out of the top programs, during the last few weeks of its third season, the series was more than holding its own against its chief competitor, The Monkees , which aired at the same time on NBC -TV.

CBS, however, had signaled its intention to cancel the long-running Western series Gunsmoke , which had been airing late on Saturday nights during the — television season. Paley and his wife Babe, along with many network affiliates and longtime fans of Gunsmoke , CBS rescheduled the Western to an earlier time slot on Monday evenings at 7: As a result, Gilligan's Island was quietly cancelled at practically the last minute, while the cast members were all on vacation.

Some of the cast had bought houses based on Sherwood Schwartz's verbal confirmation that the series would be renewed for a fourth season. In a made-for-television movie, Rescue from Gilligan's Island , the castaways do successfully leave the island, but have difficulty reintegrating into society. During a reunion cruise on the first Christmas after their rescue, fate intervenes and they find themselves wrecked on the same island at the end of the film.

It starred the original cast, except for Tina Louise, who refused to participate because of her disputes with the producers and was replaced by Judith Baldwin. The plot involved Soviet agents seeking a memory disc from a spy satellite that landed on the island and facilitated their rescue.

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