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Six Degrees of The Island to Gilligan's Island
Contest Hosted by Joe Crowe, September 29, 2005

Four Degrees:

Michael Clarke Duncan was Starkweather in The Island. He was in The Green Mile with Tom Hanks, who was in Catch Me if You Can with Martin Sheen, who was in Beverly Hills Brats with Natalie Schafer (Mrs. Howell) (bblatt11@aol.com)

Three Degrees:

Tina Louise was in Johnny Suede with Samuel L. Jackson. Samuel L. Jackson was in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones with Ewan McGregor. Ewan McGregor was in The Island. (mark@northguard.com)

Ewan McGregor was in "Big Fish" with Danny Devito Danny Devito was in "Johnny Dangerously" with the Skipper, Alan Hale, Jr. (dodgerwinslow@hotmail.com)

Two Degrees:

Bob Denver once did a guest voice spot on "The Simpsons" as himself; so did Steve Buscemi, who was in the Island. (rtjhnsn1@memphis.edu)

Steve Buscemi played "McCord" on "The Island" and played "Map to the Stars" Eddie on "Escape from L.A." with Kurt (Snake Plissken) Russell who played "jungle Boy" on Gilligan's Island. (mike@kwikfix.org)

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