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Old 18-03-2019, 03:26 PM
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The Devil’s Ticket:
Season 1, Episode 29.
Starring MacDonald Carey as Hector Vane as a struggling artist when he meets the Devil as he taken over a pawn shop that Hector goes to and the Devil gives him fame and fortune in exchange for his soul and involves a literal ticket.
Quite a tragedy at the end due to a mistake that Hector’s wife unwittingly made.
Also featuring Hayden Rorke as Hector’s psychiatrist Dr Frank. Rorke would later play another psychiatrist Dr Bellows in I Dream of Jeannie.
April 3 is brought up as a key date here. It is of special significance to me as it marked my wife Karen Gillan’s Amy Pond debut in The Eleventh Hour in 2010.
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Old 19-06-2019, 03:55 PM
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The Last of the Sommervilles:
Season 2, Episode 7.
Third of five episodes in which host Boris Karloff is part of the narrative.
Intriguing episode as the last of the Sommervilles seeks a wanted inheritance and does so in treacherous ways and leave no stone unturned.
Perhaps unsurprising the coda provided by the Karloff character.
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Old 30-06-2019, 02:36 AM
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Letter to a Lover:
Season 2, Episode 8.
A complicated love triangle is played out here which got triggered by the murder of a doctor.
Murray Matheson is very good as the sinister husband involved in all this.
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Old 10-07-2019, 11:22 PM
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A Third for Pinochle:
Season 2, Episode 9.
Starring Edward Andrews as a man who murdered his wife but funny when Boris Karloff revealed at the end that the Andrews character confessed to the murder and what led him to that confession.
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Old 02-08-2019, 11:34 PM
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Dialogues with Death:
Season 2, Episode 11.
Fourth of five episodes in which Boris Karloff is part of the narrative, this time in a dual role each in two stories that makes up this episode.
Along with Karloff both stories featured Ed Nelson.

Friend of the Dead:
Karloff plays Pop Jenkins, a morgue attendant who can talk to cadavers while Nelson plays a reporter.
Intriguing on the reporter and his colleague investigates a murder and how Pop comes into this.


Welcome Home:
Karloff plays a Southern gentleman, kind of Colonel Sanders in appearance and Nelson plays his visiting nephew.
The nephew and his wife come to visit the said uncle and aunt with the aunt saying that the nephew and wife are dead.
This statement leads to that shocking end.

The aunt says that the wife (Norma Crane) has red hair and green eyes.

Anoher person that has red hair and green eyes is my wife Karen Gillan.
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The Return of Andrew Bentley:
Season 2, Episode 12.
What a dull episode this is as there is nothing scary about the said Andrew Bentley’s return.
Quite a waste of Antoinette Bower’s talent here.
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The Remarkable Mrs. Hawk:
Season 2, Episode 13.
Starring Jo Van Fleet as the said Mrs Hawk and she is devious and villainous as her especially as she can turn people into pigs literally.
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Portrait Without a Face:
Season 2, Episode 14.
Guest stars John Banner.
Well known as Sgt Schultz in Hogan’s Heroes which came later in which Banner as him is remembered for saying “I see nothing”.
Here in this Thriller episode he plays an art expert, a minor role, in which he definitely sees something that of the said portrait painted by a dead artist after his death!
Fascinating episode leading to the reason why the artist was killed with the said portrait providing clues to his murderer’s identity.
The reason certainly revealed that the artist truly brought it on himself and there was never any doubt that the artist was anything but a nice guy.
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An Attractive Family:
Season 2 , Episode 15.
The said family are ones that murders for money.
Not bad episode which culminates with the family getting themselves in a trap due to a blunder that they made.
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