Stop Susan Williams was part of the Cliff Hangers TV series which featured three revolving serials. Susan Williams is a journalist whose investigation of her reporter brother's murder takes...
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Stop Susan Williams was part of the Cliff Hangers TV series which featured three revolving serials. Susan Williams is a journalist whose investigation of her reporter brother's murder takes her around the world in pursuit of bad guy Anthony Kort. Susan narrowly escapes death episode after episode. Written by
I, too, remember this television series and I was a devoted fan. I never missed one single episode, I remember how much fun it was to watch and how I looked forward to each segment from week to week, and I was furious when the final episode was NEVER AIRED!!! It was astonishing, the whole point of the show was that you didn't know what was going to happen until the following week, and there was never any resolution to two of the stories. Fortunately the Dracula story, which was my favorite one, did get an ending, and it turned up several times later on cable networks edited together into a full-length movie, but I never saw the "Susan Williams" story or the "Secret Empire" story resolved, nor have I seen them on cable.
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