Patricia Elliott (Actor)

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(07-21-1942 - 12-20-2015) Age 73

Patricia Elliot won a Tony in 1973 for A Little Night Music.

 

 

 

She appeared in the following 81 episodes of Radio Mystery Theater
Date Episode Title Plot
04/16/1974 0075 Men Without Mouths A gangster adopts the daughter of a dead comrade and sees her off faithfully until her happy marriage. With approaching old age however, he is tormented with visions of men without mouths despite the sincere aid from his sworn daughter.
05/23/1974 0096 The Bleeding Statue A magician disappoints his heirs by leaving his properties with his daughter and also promises to safeguard her against all harm through a statue in his estate courtyard. On her arrival in the estate, she finds his promise true to his word.
07/04/1974 0114 The Young Die Good The relationship of a married couple is tested when they transfer next to a strange house and its mysterious resident. The wife sees her as a frail old lady, while her husband sees a beautiful temptress and their clashing views put a strain on their marriage.
08/19/1974 0135 The Hands of Mrs. Mallory Shortly after the death of her husband, Mrs. Mallory loses control of both her hands mysteriously. She meets a woman in Central Park who seems to have lost her legs in a similar manner and decides to consult her doctor. The consequences are beyond her expectations.
09/26/1974 0153 The Spectral Bride After having moved on with his life to the point of re-marrying, a man forces his former wife's father to bring her back to life using a self-made formula.
12/05/1974 0183 The Body Snatchers A doctor meets a drunkard friend in a bar. They reminisce the times they defiled graves in order to sell the corpses to a medical school.
12/30/1974 0193 The Golem A man tries to aid an elderly Jew and his granddaughter evade the Nazis tailing them. The old man begins to resurrect a mythical being from old Hebrew legend to save them.
04/10/1975 0254 The Death of Halpin Fraser A nightmare journey through purgatory is in order for a man who is beset by the voices of his mother, father-in-law and the former wife whom he had murdered.
04/24/1975 0262 Bullet Proof Rocky Stark is put in prison for the murder of hoodlum Johnny Mallory.But he is innocent and his gun was kept with him at all times. But the real murderer is soon found dead with Rocky's gun doing him in and he must now find a way to escape execution. His faithful wife sets out to probe the case herself.
05/15/1975 0274 Deadly Dilemma A thriller up in the air. Someone among the passengers possess a bomb and the unlikely heroes of an attendant and a co-pilot must find him/ her out.
06/30/1975 0300 The Golden Cauldron Three friends, a haunted manor and a ghastly crime is the perfect recipe for a murder mystery in this \"House on Haunted Hill\' meets \'Clue\' thriller set in the heart of an ancient castle overlooking the ruins of Stonehenge.
07/28/1975 0316 The Lady Is a Jinx After falling for a woman with an unusual past, a police detective learns of the strange deaths that befell her previous lovers when the sister of her most recent victim requests his assistance in seeking justice for her brother.
08/15/1975 0327 The Unbearable Reflection In order to claim her soul, the Devil, masquerading as her husband's campaign manager tricks the reprehensible and adulterous wife of a prominent politician into killing her husband.
10/21/1975 0365 Million Dollar Murder A struggling businessman discovers his true nature and that of the people close to him when a rich woman asks him to dispose of someone for the sum of one million dollars.
10/27/1975 0368 A Living Corpse In an attempt to thwart the grim reaper, a professional hypnotist convinces a young man into hypnotizing him on his death bed. However, behind the obvious scam lies a more sinister scheme.
11/13/1975 0378 Home Is Where the Ghost Is In the midst of aiding a colleague in his desire to abandon his post, a scientist is haunted by the ghost of his dead wife.
12/08/1975 0392 How Quiet the Night After learning that his former flame is pregnant with his child, a man resorts to violence in order to safeguard his current betrothal. Before long, he begins being haunted by his deceased lover's ghost.
01/26/1976 0421 The Ferret

Time and again the United States' plan to become independent of foreign energy sources falls short as their partner; Energy Exploration, Inc.'s resources are sabotaged. Amory Mills, EEI's hotshot lawyer sets up an elaborate scheme to entrap a corrupt EEI executive suspected of selling out the company. The clock is ticking as he zeroes in on Clem Ferris and finally comes close to unmasking "The Ferret."

02/11/1976 0429 You Owe Me a Death Haunted by dreams and visions of the untimely death of her deceased twin, a woman desires to put the voices to rest. In order to do so, she must first unravel the mysteries surrounding her identical twin to find the truth.
03/11/1976 0446 Pandora Years into the future, a perfect society is born-- a society without fear, hate and all other negative emotions. Pandora seeks to inflict her sorrow on others and Mara's obsessive love for Willis and their baby threatens to destroy Paradise. This leads to Mara being sentenced to death, but at the last moment she is sent to the past where she begins to appreciate the life she had.
03/31/1976 0459 The Spit and Image His luck takes a turn for the better when an ex-football player lands an unusual job-- to be the stand in for an eccentric billionaire.
05/17/1976 0483 Blind Witness When a blind woman unknowingly experiences the killing of an innocent pharmacist, she begins her life on the run. It's a race against time to save her from the shooter as the police scour the city for their main witness.
06/07/1976 0489 The Corpse that Would Not Die To marry his lover, a man kills her husband despite being his best friend. Soon the weight of both their sins begins to slowly poison their love.
07/01/1976 0496 Loser Takes All When Jake Alexander, the world's top agent first sets eyes on the beautiful Delphi Carr, he takes both a professional and personal interest in her. Before he can act out on either, she gets married and instead urges Jake to sign on her husband, actor Deke Roberts. Jake willingly agrees with the evil intention of murdering him.
07/29/1976 0502 Shotgun Wedding Charlie, a man of about 30, is invited by his co-worker, Gus, to meet his daughter. Gus feels that Charlie will fall instantly in love with Elaine. When Charlie meets her, he does fall in love with her. Then things begin to get strange. Charlie goes back to visit his beloved, but he finds the house and its occupants gone.
09/20/1976 0521 A Very Dear Ghost Indeed Traveling through Ireland late in the late 1800\'s, a man and his daughter are waylaid by a washed out bridge.  In the old castle, they\'re told a story about the unfortunate happenings to a man who sold his child and his soul!
10/01/1976 0528 The Clairvoyant A clairvoyant forsees an unexpected love in the life of a young, British aristocrat on the eve of World War II.
10/14/1976 0535 The Living Corpse Henry Girard Flower Peabody VI, a member of Philadelphia society by birth and breeding, has always felt there was an element inside him that did not fit his sober side. As a young man, he kept his crazy, fun-loving girlfriend, Megan, a secret from his other friends and his strict but ailing mother. But when Megan suggests that Henry end his mother's lingering life or else, Henry realizes he can no longer lead a double life and must kill one of them.
11/11/1976 0550 Strike Force Dr. Orville Sanderson Jr. was brought up by his step-father Bob Watson. His mother, Andrea, was married to Bob after Orville's father went missing during the war. When a man possibly having know Orville Sr. turns up in the morgue, Orville Jr. begins to question everything he believes about his real father.
12/02/1976 0558 How to Kill Rudy A man discovers that his favorite detective novels predict true crimes. Then he finds a book about his future. The novel tells of how his boss and his wife plan to kill him so they can marry. He takes steps to pre-empt them.
12/13/1976 0564 Hit Me Again A financial planner quits his job to pursue a career as a professional gambler who applies an actuarial system to counting cards in Blackjack. His wife fights to get him back from his new mistress: Lady Luck.
12/28/1976 0573 The Artist A wealthy industrialist falls for a married knife throwing performer. He worries that her husband will find out and deliberately hit her with a knife.
02/10/1977 0598 The Recluse
A young son learns of the fate of his late father as well as the fortune that went missing together with his disappearance after his grandmother dies, leaving him to inherit the family inn as well as the host of secrets it keeps.

02/22/1977 0605 Jane Eyre A low-born governess falls in love with the lord of the manor in this classic tale of love and loss set in 19th century England. When she discovers he is wed to another, the poor woman flees her master and the mansion to make a new life for herself.
03/21/1977 0620 The Eighth Deadly Sin
A famous writer falls in love with a seductive actress with a penchant for walking on the wild side. When she continues to risk her life and fortune in a high stakes gamble, it sparks a dangerous and downward spiral that ultimately leads to the death of their relationship. 

04/08/1977 0631 Blood, Thunder, and a Woman in Green
A private detective in the 1940\'s stumbles into a murder investigation when his tabloid photographer friend is brutally slain over a controversial photo he took.

05/31/1977 0657 The Boscombe Pool Mystery Sherlock Holmes solves the murder mystery of a young man who is accused of murdering his father. The evidence seems irrefutable, but Holmes dissects it.
06/28/1977 0673 The Adventure of the Speckled Band Sherlock Holmes is hired by a young heiress to find out who killed her sister in a sealed room murder.
08/22/1977 0698 Return to Pompeii An American widow tours Italy with her colleague. When their tour bus breaks down, they are forced to walk to Pompeii. There, the widow has a strange dream.
10/19/1977 0726 The Island on Silver Tree Lake A lady is forced to catch a boat ride to an island resort after an accident with her car. The island has a strange name and she ends up as an unwilling participant in a mystery.
11/08/1977 0737 The Haunted Mill A young voyager takes up a long journey lasting three years. His sweetheart back home falls for another man in his absence. But his subsequent return strokes her old passions much to the chagrin of her present beau who swears revenge. The traveller meanwhile is completely preoccupied with a decrepit, haunted mill.
11/17/1977 0742 Hunted Down A man's beloved is killed in order to effect an insurance scam. He vows revenge and sets down on a hunt to bring the murderer to justice.
12/16/1977 0755 The Ghost with a Knife Alleged to based on real-life incidents, this is the story of a family threatened by a knife-wielding spirit who kills their plants and repeatedly adjusts their thermostat. Ghost hunters try to talk to him and understand his strange behaviour.
02/24/1978 0788 Loser Take All A young boy seems content to be out-shined by a friend who seems more capable at everything. But he does have a surprise up his sleeve.
03/28/1978 0806 The Ghost in the Well An artist is obsessed with painting the portrait of the spirit of a woman as she recounts her tale.
05/02/1978 0826 The Figure in the Moonlight A mysterious engraving of a residence shows a person re-enacting a crime of the past. The curious couple who inherit it decide to look for its portents, they stumble across an acquaintance's family secret.
05/29/1978 0841 The Rich Ostrich An ostrich from a local circus makes off with a sizable diamond from an Arab delegate leading to a delicious farcical tale.
07/21/1978 0868 The Locked Trunk A woman takes her revenge spree too far when she tries to get even with her sister who stole the man she had long cherished a crush on. She must pay a high price for it.
07/28/1978 0872 Double Take Two women novelists write the same story without even being aware of the other's existence. Slowly, they realise they are also enacting the plot in their real lives.
10/13/1978 0905 How Much Land Does a Man Need? An Indian chief offers the deal of a lifetime to a greedy aristocrat in Colonial America. For the sum of one hundred pounds sterling, he can purchase the expanse of land he can travel around in one day.
10/27/1978 0911 The Sound of Terror The lover of a police detective becomes involved in a terrorist kidnapping when she unwittingly answers a call in a public pay phone.
02/26/1979 0957 Hickory, Dickory, Doom A grandfather clock is the central piece in this gruesome and morbid tale. A young couple from Pennsylvania pick up a grandfather clock at an estate sale to give to the local minister. What they do not know is that the malfunctioning time piece does more than tell time, it is actually a gateway to the demon world.
04/23/1979 0973 The Glass Bubble Believing it gives her the power to foresee death, a young woman isolates herself in a sterile glass room.
08/13/1979 1003 Tiger, Tiger Burning Bright A woman comes to a psychiatrist complaining of unexplained anxiety and sickness. Under hypnosis, she reveals a concealed memory of a vicious and fatal tiger attack that took place more than a hundred years ago.
01/10/1980 1048 The Last Days of Pompeii (4 of 5) - Danger, Love and Death Aware of his innocence, the lion refuses to attack Marcus. With his plans foiled, the High Priest kidnaps Orianna and the city is bathed in flames when Mount Vesuvius erupts.
01/14/1980 1050 The Better Half Despite having murdered her in a fit of envious rage, a young ad agency executive continues to receive advice from his brilliant and deceased wife.
01/28/1980 1054 The God Machine The cycle of procreation and the institution of marriage is regulated by a master computer in the future. Surprisingly, a young couple over-ride the system and fall in love. They rebel against the machine that tries to separate them.
03/10/1980 1066 You're Going to Like Rodney A couple babysitting their young nephew are tortured and harassed by his malicious antics. They begin to suspect he is more than he seems when the nature of his pranks become more and more sinister.
08/06/1980 1107 The Mysterious Hanging of Squire Huggins After embellishing the details of the death of a local squire, a young artist becomes the primary suspect in the crime.
09/01/1980 1114 The Power of Zeus A pair of scientists is sent to the planet Zeus, and subsequently meets the planet's pompous and overbearing commander who sports a Texas drawl. On the alien world, they must discover a way to avert the world-wide threat of starvation caused by a massive hole in the Earth's ozone layer.
10/08/1980 1125 Portrait of an Assassin This classic tale of intrigue and deception recounts the life of Charles Guiteau and his grandiose plan of getting President Garfield elected, as well as his subsequent assassination at a DC train station by Guiteau's hand.
11/10/1980 1134 The Dagger of Almohades The tables are turned when a beautiful woman encounters a man with a possessed dagger. It seems that her usual feminine ploys will not work on the wily stranger.
01/02/1981 1142 Sins of the Fathers A young reporter discovers that she was adopted while investigating a case of fraud and begins a search for the parents who seemingly abandoned her.
02/09/1981 1157 Transplant When a local surgeon performs open heart surgery on their husbands, a group of wives are disturbed by the changes in they begin to manifest. Problems crop up when they look into the mystery.
02/23/1981 1163 The Frog Prince In order to keep them safe while driving, a team of race driver's relies on the power of voodoo. Things begin to fall apart when the black magic goes wrong.
05/18/1981 1199 A Shocking Affair A plot to assassinate a prominent political figure goes awry when the occupants of an apartment building return unexpectedly and foil his mission.
06/19/1981 1213 Henrietta's Revenge After seducing a high-powered female executive on vacation and subsequently marrying her, a professional con man asks his new wife to help him pay off his gambling debts to the tune of $25,000. She exacts revenge upon him for his treachery in a most ingenious way.
07/10/1981 1219 A Man of Honor On the verge of finally attaining his life-long dream, a college professor is struck by an unusual malady and melancholia before receiving his book award. He must set out to discover the secrets he has hidden in his subconscious.
07/22/1981 1224 Toy Death Like her late mother, a young woman harbors an unusual fascination with dolls. When a voodoo doll arrives from India, her boyfriend and father becomes disturbed- especially when terrible things happen after the doll's arrival.
01/04/1982 1273 The Acquisition After getting marooned on a mysterious island, a wealthy businessman discovers that his financial prowess is useless and cannot save him from becoming a slave to the island's inhabitants.
02/08/1982 1287 Change of Heart Business magnate Roger Skipworth is rushed to the hospital for an open-heart surgery a few days after the end of his engagement. He recalls the parting words of his fiance in which she likened him to a pig when he begins to exhibit swine-like tendencies after the heart valve replacement.
05/07/1982 1325 The Wedding Present A duo of professional swindlers enlists the services of a hapless American painter in a plot to scam the king of a Balkan country. Determined to pull off the con of the century, the unlikely tag-team work together and in the process, learn that they share a great deal more in common than they realized.
05/19/1982 1330 The Brooch A governess finds employment at the hand of a strange and extremely prosperous couple. The husband and wife each have their own unique brand of eccentricity.
06/21/1982 1341 Universe Hollow In order to regain her lost credibility, Patricia Ellicott attempts to discredit the people of Universe Hollow when she is assigned to cover a U.F.O. sighting in the town. Phantoms in her past force her to take stock of her life and she must make a difficult choice.
07/20/1982 1353 Formula Z -- The Protector The new wonder paint, Formula Z is the main ingredient in manufacturing the ink used in fingerprinting suspects and criminals. This becomes the focal point in a game of international intrigue and espionage.
08/26/1982 1364 Barn Burner Chaos ensues when a pair of racehorse owner's substitutes ringers for their steeds in order to pull-of the scam of the century.
09/09/1982 1368 The Riddle At an estate sale, a married couple purchases an old camera and a bunch of yellowed missives. They soon discover that the old letter and pictures in the camera contain clues that will lead them in a mysterious treasure hunt.
09/16/1982 1370 Two Sisters In order to gain an edge against her more popular sister and win the affections of the doctor they are both in love with, the shy sibling is convinced by their Indian servant to impersonate her more gregarious twin.
10/06/1982 1378 The Abraham Lincoln Murder Trial On trial for murder, circuit lawyer Abraham Lincoln works to ensure the freedom of a man wrongfully charged. Loosely based on the early years in the life of Lincoln.
10/18/1982 1383 Desert Maiden In order to come up with a name for their latest fragrance, a middle-aged advertising agent seeks inspiration in the desert. He embarks on a journey of enlightenment when he bumps into a former lover in the sandy dunes.
11/04/1982 1390 The School Mistress In pre-revolutionary Moscow, a beautiful Russian teacher sets the town ablaze with her torrid love affair.


9 Responses to Elliott Patricia

My favorite episode Patricia was in was The Acquisition. Great actor!

Don Heiland,Jr.

Rest In Paradise, Patricia Elliott

Russ

One of my favorite RMT performers. RIP.

Brain

Most of my fav cbsrmt actors are men but PE was one of the best actresses...she was terrific with John Lithgow in 'Portrait of an Assasin'

Brian Collins

I love Patricia Elliot's voice!

Cathy

I loved watching Care 54 Where Are You! On Nick @ Nite in the 80s. He was quoted as saying: "Voice work is the kindest thing that can happen to an old actor." (Though wasn't he a judge in "My cousin Vinny", long after the last RMT episode - think it was Mr. Gwynne's final role before he passed.)

Chris

I rate this episode ★★★☆☆ for AVERAGE. I’ll review what I enjoyed the most first and then finish off what I disliked. First, I enjoyed the cast: Kevin McCarthy (as William Gillette/Sherlock Holmes), Jada Rowland (as Pamela Watson), Russell Horton (as Jim Watson), and Carol Teitel (as the Tour Guide and Mrs. Hudson). Carol Teitel was terrific in her 2 roles. Jada Rowland is my favorite actress in the CBSRMT series and having her partner up with Russell Horton again, like many episodes before, was delightful. And Kevin McCarthy was entertaining, just like his performance as Sherlock Holmes in previous episodes before this one. Next up, music and sound effects. Dozens of dramatic tunes were used, but no suspenseful or chilling tracks were used to match the feel of being trapped in a castle. Sound effects of car engine running, tires screech, footsteps, tourists murmuring, sliding doors, cat meowing, howling wind, gong, lamp breaking, doors, cane hitting clothing, gun shot, tapping of the phone, drawing the curtains, carriage rolling up, pouring of drinking glasses, and doorbell were very supportive in this tale. Next is our Host and his narrations. E.G. Marshall’s Prologue focused on castles and our story takes place at a castle in New England. In ACT-1, meet Jim & Pamela Watson where one of them is a Sherlock Holmes buff. In ACT-2, knowing so little about William Gillette’s career and we get a sense that some actors like him can go too far to create an illusion of reality. In ACT-3, after the strange turn of events, our Host’s only explanation to the Climax is to mention a quote from a playwright about the 6th sense of the Imagination. In his Epilogue, he recommends CBSRMT listeners to take a tour of the Gillette Castle itself in Connecticut. Good recommendation, but no Resolution explained on what happened to our characters afterwards. And so, it comes down to the final segment: the Script. Elizabeth Pennell has written decent drama mysteries and even did the adaptations of #0605-JANE EYRE and #0643-WUTHERING HEIGHTS. But this story was Fair. So-so, I should say. I was expecting it to be a haunting mystery about a haunted castle with the Sherlock Holmes references. But instead, this story’s turn of events created massive questions to think about. Like, how did the Jim & Pamela Watson hear about this castle? Was Mrs. Hudson going through nightmare problems? Was William Gillette really dead? Was he putting on a show for his guest just so he can play Sherlock Holmes for fun? Did these 2 tourists actually travel back in time? Was the castle actually haunted? Was it really a nightmare? Was anything resolved after Jim & Pamela Watson escaped from the castle? There are so many fill-in-the-blanks in this, the episode’s title should be changed and call it “A Bad Case Of The Jitters” or “Elementary, My Dear Guests.” Tune in to this, if you like. There are better castle stories in the CBSRMT vault. SPECIAL BONUS: This episode has commercials of AMEX travelers checks, Bob Armstrong’s Diamond Center, “The Ritual” novel, CBS-News, First Federal of Gary, Radio Advertising Bureau, Jewel’s Discount Grocery Store, CBS-Sports News in Chicago, CBS-News on Election 1980, Susan Anton for Serta Sleeper Mattresses, and Smokey Bear Program. Until next time…pleasant dreams.

Russ

I rate this episode ★★★★★ for EXCELLENT. I'd think that Robert Barr would have been pleased of the adaptation of this by James Agate, Jr. It has intricate clues, it has peculiar motives, and it has a surprising twist in the end. And above all, it has a great detective in this: Eugène Valmont. Robert Barr’s character ranks up with Jacques Futrelle’s Professor Augustus S.F.X. Van Dusen and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. Another way to title this story would be “A Case Of Interest” or even “The Parisian Detective.” In our Host’s Prologue, E.G. Marshall starts it off by comparing one of the characters as a “Scrooge.” In ACT-1, the bloodline of the James Dudley Hills on their fortunes. As the plot thickens, we realize that not all clues were divulged in the first Act alone. In ACT-2, questions pop up. More importantly, they see the evidence clearly, but not recognize it. In ACT-3, quoting Sir Francis Bacon about suspicions and our main detective plays a waiting game. In the end, after discovering where the loot was hiding all along and discovering who else was related to the family, we learned a private post-mortem joke that money would bring out the worst in those with the least character. In his Epilogue, E.G. Marshall finishes it off with the comparison of the Midas myth - great wealth does not equal great happiness. Outstanding narrations. Sound effects of bells, footsteps, background noise at the police station, phone receiving line, seals, patrons murmuring, paper note, newspapers, doors, dog wincing, phone ringing, paper bills, intercom buzzer, emergency sirens, pulling off wallpaper were terrific. As for the music, great selection of dramatic tunes that moved the story forward. And let us not forget our amazing cast: Norman Rose (as Eugène Valmont), Russell Horton (as James Dudley Hill III and Inspector Graves), and Robert Dryden (as James Dudley Hill, Jr. and Elijah Browning). These 3 worked well together. Norman Rose, performing with a French accent, was very entertaining. This is one mystery story that CBSRMT fans should not pass up on. Until next time…pleasant dreams.

Russ

I rate this episode ★★★★☆ for GOOD. I admire Murray Burnett’s work, particularly his adaptions of the Sherlock Holmes stories. But the story originally from Edith Wharton was better. The novelist’s ghost story had a Narrator without a name. In Murray Burnett’s version, we got a fashion designer that’s interested in the castle while the other male characters act persuasive and vulnerable. I was more interested in the mystery of the dogs and hope that they would play a bigger part to this tale. Other ways to title this would be “Dogs Of Kerfol” or “Strange Vendetta.” In our Host’s Prologue, that I had to find on other OTR websites, E.G. Marshall’s topic is about castles with ghosts. In ACT-1, meet our main character who’s interested in buying a castle. After digging into the story within the story, our Host points out the lifestyle differences of adultery from 2 different time periods. Our main character must’ve seen dogs or ghost dogs. After too many conflicts about pets getting killed in this story, E.G. Marshall mentions ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals). Was E.G. Marshall trying to advertise this non-profit organization into the episode? In ACT-3, he understands the reaction that our main character felt when reading the history book. When the story was over, E.G. Marshall stated that when he talked about this story to a psychiatrist and what was his take on this? Was E.G. Marshall talking about his personal life on this? Or was this something that Murray Burnett wrote for him? What’s even weirder, is the Epilogue. E.G. Marshall tells the world’s shortest horror story ever. It’s a classic, but it’s irrelevant to this particular story. E.G. Marshall wasn’t off topic with his narrations, but he could’ve saved the ASPCA mentioning, the psychiatrist moment, and the shortest horror story for other episodes. The music was OK, but the tunes for the chilling moments kept on repeating in every Act. Sound effects of birds chirping, bell ring, iron gate squeaking, footsteps, car tires screech, jewelry case, door knocking, howling wind, violin music, and unbolting the door were good. And of course, the sounds of dogs barking were helpful. And finally, our cast: Mercedes McCambridge (as Paula Randall and Anne de Cornault), William Redfield (as Herve de Lanrivain and Andre de Lanrivain), Ian Martin (as Baron Yves de Cornault), and Guy Sorel (as the Judge and the Gypsy). I like this choice of cast members. In fact, this was my favorite part of the episode. All of the actors were great. But it was Mercedes McCambridge, our leading lady, who was superb. Her performance in this reminds me of her performance in Ep. #0318-CARMILLA where she played 2 roles: The Narrator and the Woman who dealt with death. Fans of her would enjoy this episode. Check this one out, but also check out Edith Wharton’s original ghost story. Until next time…pleasant dreams.

Russ


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