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"Tales from the Crypt" (1989) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Year: 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Man Who Was Death

10 June 1989
After the death penalty is abolished, an executioner continues his former job through freelancing...

William Sadler ... Niles Talbot (as Bill Sadler)
J.W. Smith ... Charley Ledbetter
Roy Brocksmith ... Vic

David Wohl ... Warden Havers

Gerrit Graham ... Theodore Carne
Dani Minnick ... Cynthia Baldwin

Tony Abatemarco ... Detective

Mimi Kennedy ... Distraught Woman
Robert Winley ... Jimmy Flood

Eve Brent ... Judge #1
Edgar Small ... Judge #2
Mark Lowenthal ... District Attorney
F.J. O'Neil ... Priest

Raymond O'Connor ... Jury Foreman (as Raymond O'Conner)
Jennifer Evans ... Newscaster #1 (as M. Jennifer Evans)

Patti Yasutake ... Newscaster #2
Al Allen ... Attorney (as 'Al' M. Allen)
Kate Benton ... Waitress
Julie Ann Lucas ... Second Waitress
Ed DeFusco ... New Executioner

Laura Albert ... Go-Go Dancer

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Johnnie Johnson III ... John (uncredited)

D. David Morin ... FBI Detective (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: And All Through the House

10 June 1989
A greedy woman makes the mistake of murdering her husband while an escaped mental patient dressed in a Santa Claus outfit is on the loose.

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Mary Ellen Trainor ... Wife

Larry Drake ... Santa

Marshall Bell ... Husband
Lindsey Whitney Barry ... Carrie Ann
John E. Coates ... Police Officer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Dig That Cat... He's Real Gone

10 June 1989
A bum displays his ability to resurrect himself.

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Joe Pantoliano ... Ulric

Robert Wuhl ... Barker

Kathleen York ... Coralee

Gustav Vintas ... Dr. Emil Manfred
Steve Kahan ... Father (as Stephen Kahan)

Michael Bower ... Junior (as Michael Ray Bower)
Dorothy Neumann ... Old Lady
Jack O'Leary ... Archer
Paul Tuerpe ... Policeman

Rick Zumwalt ... Workman #1
Al Maines ... Workman #2

Richard Donner ... Audience Member (uncredited)

Larry Hankin ... Mortician (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Only Sin Deep

14 June 1989
A hooker learns that beauty is only skin deep.

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Lea Thompson ... Sylvia Vane
Britt Leach ... Pawnbroker

Brett Cullen ... Ronnie Price

Pamella D'Pella ... Raven

G. Smokey Campbell ... Smitty

Burke Byrnes ... Cop
Matthew Faison ... Doctor

Pamela Gordon ... Old Crone
Pamela West ... Date
Barry Thompson ... Doorman

Simon Baker ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Lover Come Hack to Me

21 June 1989
Peggy wants to make sure her honeymoon turns out perfect.

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Amanda Plummer ... Peggy

Stephen Shellen ... Charles
Lisa Figus ... Aunt Edith

Richard Eden ... Allen

Season 1, Episode 6: Collection Completed

28 June 1989
Jonas has been forced into mandatory retirement. He can't relax, though, because Anita's friends are driving him crazy.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Dead Right

21 April 1990
Cathy wants a rich and successful life, and fast. She visits a medium who tells her she will meet a man who will inherit a lot of money, and die in a violent way soon after. When she meets grossly overweight Charlie who informs her of his rich relatives, she promptly marries him. As it turns out, the medium is always right.

Demi Moore ... Cathy Marno

Jeffrey Tambor ... Charlie Marno

Natalija Nogulich ... Madame Vorna (as Natalia Nogulich)

Troy Evans ... Al

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Kate Hodge ... Sally

Earl Boen ... Mr. Clayton
Susan Lentini ... Leane
Joe Lerer ... TV Reporter
Phyllis Hamlin ... Reporter
Eric Poppick ... Manager

John Towey ... Justice of the Peace
Raina Manuel ... Young Woman
Darlene Hartwell ... Ora Lee
Tiffany Million ... Stripper #2 (as Sandra Margot)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Switch

21 April 1990
A wealthy and elderly man subjects himself to a revolutionary new treatment in order to please his gold-digger girlfriend. Unfortunately becoming young again turns out to be very expensive.

Season 2, Episode 3: Cutting Cards

21 April 1990
Reno and Sam are a pair of hardcore gamblers who don't play for fun, who challenge each other in a sample game of cards and the end result could be deadlier then they could've ever bargained for.

Lance Henriksen ... Reno Crevice

Kevin Tighe ... Sam Forney

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Roy Brocksmith ... Bartender

Diane Cary ... Hostess (as Diane Civita)

Allan Graf ... Driver (as Alan Graf)
Alisa Christensen ... Blonde Woman
David Avadon ... Dealer

Season 2, Episode 4: 'Til Death

24 April 1990
Logan is an unscrupulous gold digger who would do anything to catch the right woman with lots of money, including dabble into voodoo. When he meets Margaret, a sexy and rich widow on vacation, he immediately asks his partner, a voodoo priestess to conjure up a love potion for him which she takes unknowingly, she falls in love with him. How long will she love him for is the question?

D.W. Moffett ... Logan Andrews

Pamela Gien ... Margaret Richardson

Aubrey Morris ... Freddy

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Janet Hubert ... Psyche

Jeris Poindexter ... Noah (as Jeris Lee Poindexter)
Charles Hutchins ... Minister

Season 2, Episode 5: Three's a Crowd

1 May 1990
A married couple is trying to enjoy their anniversary. However, the husband is sure his wife is cheating on him.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Thing from the Grave

8 May 1990
Stacy is a really sexy model with a very abusive agent/boyfriend named Mitch. When her photographer friend Cates offers her refuge in his home from his terror, they ultimately fall in love and gives her a special necklace as symbol of love and also promises her that he'd protect her no matter what. When Mitch learns of this, he goes into a deadly rage and question is, will Cates' promise be kept?

Season 2, Episode 7: The Sacrifice

15 May 1990
Hotshot insurance salesman James becomes involved with the beautiful and seductive Gloria Fleming, who's the wife of crude tycoon Sebastian Fleming. James and Gloria decide to bump Sebastian off for his considerable money. They succeed with killing Sebastian, but things go awry when the meddlesome Jerry enters the picture claiming he has photographic evidence of the murder.

Kim Delaney ... Gloria Fielding

Kevin Kilner ... James
Don Hood ... Sebastian Fielding

Michael Ironside ... Jerry

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Willie C. Carpenter ... Mallory
Deborah Packer ... Voice of Parrot (voice)
Dana Craig ... Doorman

Season 2, Episode 8: For Cryin' Out Loud

22 May 1990
A greedy rock promoter tries to steal the money raised at a benefit concert when his conscience intervenes.

Season 2, Episode 9: Four-Sided Triangle

29 May 1990
Farmer George is attracted to Mary Jo, the nubile young woman who helps out with the chores. The problem is... she's in love with a scarecrow.

Season 2, Episode 10: The Ventriloquist's Dummy

5 June 1990
Amateur ventriloquist Billy Goldman learns that being a ventriloquist might not be the best career for him.

Don Rickles ... Mr. Ingles, Ventriloquist

Bobcat Goldthwait ... Billy Goldman

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Shelley Taylor Morgan ... Sally
Symie Dahut ... Hooker (as Symie)
Steve Susskind ... Dick Feinwold
April Clawson ... Singer
Joycee Katz ... Mrs. Goldman
Courtney Mellinger ... Young Billy
Jacqueline Jacobs ... Wife (as Jaclynne G. Jacobs)
Robert Katims ... Husband
Mindy Rickles ... Girl at Bar

Richard Donner ... Man at Bar (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Judy, You're Not Yourself Today

12 June 1990
A housewife stressed out by her husbands reckless behavior welcomes an elderly cosmetics saleswoman in to her home. Only to discover that the old hag has another more devious motive.

Frances Bay ... Witch

Carol Kane ... Judy

Brian Kerwin ... Donald

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
David Dunard ... Joe

Todd Field ... Eugene
Shari Stagliano Maier ... Corpse (as Shari Maier)

Season 2, Episode 12: Fitting Punishment

19 June 1990
When funeral director Ezra Thornberry gets his very polite young nephew Bobby as a roommate, he eventually learns his rude harsh behavior towards him could be fatal.

Moses Gunn ... Uncle Ezra Thornberry
Jon Clair ... Bobby Thornberry
Teddy Wilson ... Clyde

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Nick LaTour ... Doctor (as Nick La Tour)
Al Fann ... Mr. Jeffries
Joanne Jackson ... Woman in Mourning

Season 2, Episode 13: Korman's Kalamity

26 June 1990
Jim Korman (Anderson) is a comic book artist for the popular comic, "Tales From the Crypt." His overbearing and ruthlessly mean wife (Camp) is constantly nagging him and bothering him at work. While taking some experimental fertility pills, the side effects start to take hold. Strange things begin to happen all over the city, strange creatures start to appear... creatures that Jim has drawn.

Harry Anderson ... Jim Korman

Cynthia Gibb ... Lorelei Phelps

Colleen Camp ... Mrs. Mildred Korman

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Austin Straus ... Bob Grimes

Lance Davis ... Art Goldstein

Richard Schiff ... Lester Middleton
Abel Franco ... Lt. Bushmill
Michael Lee Owens ... Douglas
Eric Mettner ... Butch
Artis Phillips Jr. ... News Vendor

Tom Woodruff Jr. ... Utility Monster

Season 2, Episode 14: Lower Berth

3 July 1990
Enoch, the two-faced man, an attraction at a sideshow, falls in love with a 2,000 year old mummy, eventually leading up to the conception of their bastard child, The Crypt Keeper.

Lewis Arquette ... Ernest Feeley

Stefan Gierasch ... Mr. Sickles

Mark Rolston ... Dr. Zachary Cling

Jeff Yagher ... Enoch, The Two-Faced Man

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Cindy Riegel ... Mother
Alexandra Prager ... Elizabeth
Kenneth White ... Sheriff

Season 2, Episode 15: Mute Witness to Murder

10 July 1990
Young woman Suzy looks out of the window of her apartment and witnesses a man murdering a woman in the apartment directly across from hers. Suzy is so traumatized by what she sees that she's rendered mute. Suzy is placed in the care of Dr. Trask, who alas turns out to be the man who committed the murder she witnessed.

Season 2, Episode 16: Television Terror

17 July 1990
A TV shock journalist gives an on-air tour of an eerie haunted house.

Morton Downey Jr. ... Horton Rivers
Dorothy Parke ... Sam

Peter Van Norden ... Booth

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Warren Burton ... Roland

Michael Harris ... Trip (as M.K. Harris)
Ami Rothschild ... Lisa
Candace Savalas ... A.D.
Jeannie Epper ... Ada Ritter
Victor Paul ... Rudy Deluca
Wally Rose ... Man in Tub
Steve Picerni ... Man on Staircase
Ted Grossman ... Weird Old Man with Camera

Season 2, Episode 17: My Brother's Keeper

24 July 1990
The reckless Eddie and the correct Frank are Siamese brothers connected by their waists. Eddie wants to convince Frank to be submitted to a surgery with 50% of chances of success, but Frank is afraid. When Frank meets Marie in a bar, he falls in love for her and decides to risk. But a secret is disclosed with fatal consequences, affecting the relationship of the brothers.

Timothy Stack ... Frank

Jonathan Stark ... Eddie

Jessica Harper ... Marie

Ron Orbach ... Doctor
Valerie Bickford ... Dominatrix

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Charles Stransky ... Detective
Connie Johnson ... Attractive Nurse (as C.J. Johnson)
Trixie Hall ... Bimbette
D.J. Johnson ... Officer #1 (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Secret

31 July 1990
Orphan boy Theodore is adopted by the Colbys, who are an eccentric rich couple with a very dark secret.

Larry Drake ... Tobias

Grace Zabriskie ... Mrs. Colbert

Mike Simmrin ... Theodore

Georgann Johnson ... Miss Hagstead
Stella Hall ... Miss Heather
William Frankfather ... Mr. Colbert

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Nicolas Ostrogovich ... Joey
Jordan Metzner ... Orphan

Gary Schwartz ... Werewolf (voice)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Loved to Death

15 June 1991
A classic "boy wants girl, girl is unresponsive to his attentions" storyline gets the Tales from the Crypt treatment, as a young man gets a Love Potion by his mysterious landlord, in an attempt to win over the girl of his dreams. But things soon get out of hand...

Season 3, Episode 2: Carrion Death

15 June 1991
A sadistic serial killer has unforeseen complications when pursued by a determined motorcycle cop in a barren desert.

Season 3, Episode 3: The Trap

15 June 1991
An abrasive husband comes home to tell his wife that he has lost his job again. She reminds him that they are behind on their bills and suggests she get a job. He refuses. Instead, he comes up with a scheme to make a lot of money quick. Calling his coroner brother over, he tells them his plan to fake his own death and collect his half a million dollar life insurance policy. Making it look like a burglar has murdered him, all he has left to do is fly to Brazil, have plastic surgery to change his appearance, and wait for his wife to meet him. How could anything go wrong?

Teri Garr ... Irene Paloma

Bruno Kirby ... Billy Paloma

Bruce McGill ... Luigi "Lou" Paloma

James Tolkan ... Sgt. McClaine

Carroll Baker ... Mother Paloma

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Carlos Lacamara ... Paolo

Michael J. Fox ... Prosecutor

Yvette Freeman ... Jury Forewoman
Ben Hartigan ... Chaplain

Season 3, Episode 4: Abra Cadaver

19 June 1991
A former potential surgeon sets out to wreak revenge on the brother whose cruel practical joke prevented him from realizing his dream.

Season 3, Episode 5: Top Billing

26 June 1991
An unattractive and unlucky actor can't get a role because of his looks. His agent and girlfriend leave him. But he doesn't intend to give up - he wants the role of Hamlet.

Jon Lovitz ... Barry Blye

Bruce Boxleitner ... Winton Robbins

John Astin ... Nelson Halliwell

Louise Fletcher ... Agent

Kimmy Robertson ... Lisa

Paul Benedict ... Beaks
Gregory Cooke ... Hamlet Actor

Sandra Bernhard ... Sheila Winters

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Bob Larkin ... Gravedigger
Joe S. Cardi ... Mr. Kroger (as Joseph Cardinale)
Jason Kelly ... Officer

Season 3, Episode 6: Dead Wait

3 July 1991
Red Buckley is a natural red head in search of a one-of-a-kind black pearl. He gets a job on a plantation owned by Mr. Duval where the pearl is said to be. Shown to his room in Duvall's home by Peligre, he finds a ram head behind the door. She says it is there for his protection but he demands it be removed. After spending a night with Duvall's girlfriend, Kathrine, they decide to become partners in stealing the pearl. Waking up to find a dying chicken in his bed, Peligre warns him that Kathrine is dangerous. Is she or is Peligre the dangerous one? Will he get the pearl?

Whoopi Goldberg ... Peligre / Herself

John Rhys-Davies ... Duval

Vanity ... Kathrine

James Remar ... Red Buckley

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Orlando Bonner ... Bartender

Henry Brown ... Phillipe
Paul Anthony Weber ... Charlie

Season 3, Episode 7: The Reluctant Vampire

10 July 1991
A good natured vampire takes a more novel approach to satisfying his blood lust with his chosen undercover employment.

Malcolm McDowell ... Donald Longtooth
Sandra Dickinson ... Sally (as Sandra Searles Dickinson)

George Wendt ... Mr. Crosswhite

Michael Berryman ... Rupert Van Helsing

Paul Gleason ... Det. Robinson

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Gloria Dawson ... Old Lady

Rick Avery ... Mugger (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Easel Kill Ya

17 July 1991
Painter Jack Craig gains himself a wealthy patron when he sells a morbid painting. He soon finds that in order to please his patron, he must continue to paint pictures of death - and this leads him down a murderous path.

Tim Roth ... Jack Craig
Roya Megnot ... Sharon

Nancy Fish ... Landlady

Debra Mooney ... Ellen

William Atherton ... Malcolm Mayflower

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Stuart Mabray ... Dr. Mowbray
Mary McKuen ... Group Leader

Rod Britt ... Man

Kevin Brief ... Detective
Ken Gutstein ... Producer (uncredited)

Arabella Holzbog ... Dead Corpse (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Undertaking Palor

24 July 1991
Four boys find out that the local undertaker and a pharmacist are in cahoots to murder rich locals and profit from their funerals.

John Glover ... Undertaker

Graham Jarvis ... Grundy

Aron Eisenberg ... Aaron

Scott Fults ... Norm

Jason Marsden ... Jess

Jonathan Ke Quan ... Josh (as Jonathan Quan)

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Season 3, Episode 10: Mournin' Mess

31 July 1991
There's a killer on the loose who preys on the homeless. Dale Sweeney is a recently fired reporter. He's approached by a homeless man named Robert who is accused of committing these murders. He tells Dale that he will give him the whole story with names to help prove his innocence if Dale will go the Grateful Homeless Cemetery and hang out until sunset then meet him after. Dale gets sidetracked by Jess Gilchrist, the spokesperson for the Grateful Homeless Society. By the time he meets up with Robert, he finds he has become the latest victim of the homeless killer. Dale is on his own to uncover the identity of the killer.

Steven Weber ... Dale Sweeney

Rita Wilson ... Jess Gilchrist

Ally Walker ... Elaine Tillman

Vincent Schiavelli ... Robert
Nick Angotti ... Copard

Frank Kopyc ... Climsky

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Stack Pierce ... Dancer
Gary Pagett ... Minister
Jacqylyn Moet ... Woman

Season 3, Episode 11: Split Second

7 August 1991
A beautiful waitress marries the owner of a lumber camp and then quickly starts to realize that he is not what she really wants.

Season 3, Episode 12: Deadline

14 August 1991
Charles McKenzie is a drunk out of work reporter who would do anything for a story. He meets Vicki in a bar who makes him feel like he can turn his life around. He quits drinking and can get his old job back as long as he can stay on the wagon and prove he can still bring in a good murder story. While reading a newspaper in Niko's Grill, he hears the owner kill his wife in the back. This is just the story he needs...

Richard Jordan ... Charles McKenzie

Jon Polito ... Nikos Stano

Richard Herd ... Phil Stone
John Capodice ... Mike

Rutanya Alda ... Mildred

Marg Helgenberger ... Vicki

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Judy Jean Berns ... Globe Secretary

Season 3, Episode 13: Spoiled

21 August 1991
Janet is married to a doctor who's married to his work. She wants to live her life with passion, danger, and romance like Fuchsia Monroe, a soap opera character she watches religiously. When her television goes haywire, her friend Louise convinces her to get cable. With her husband unresponsive to her "needs," she begins a steamy affair with the cable guy.

Faye Grant ... Janet

Alan Rachins ... Leon

Anita Morris ... Fuchsia Monroe

Tristan Rogers ... Evian Monroe

Annabelle Gurwitch ... Louise

Anthony LaPaglia ... Abel, the Cable Guy

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Parker Kane ... Quebec

Season 3, Episode 14: Yellow

28 August 1991
The year is 1918. During World War I, somewhere in France, it's the 49th day of continuous battle on the front lines. Lieutenant Martin Kalthrob doesn't want to be in the army anymore and asks his father, General Kalthrob, for a discharge. His father refuses but says he will transfer him to the rear if he leads a patrol to the German lines and fix the broken communication line. When he proves himself to be a coward, his father orders a court martial with penalty of death by firing squad.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: None But the Lonely Heart

27 June 1992
A con-man who meets and marries rich old widows through a dating service, then murders them and takes the inheritance, finally gets the date of his dreams - the very worst of them.

Treat Williams ... Howard Prince

Frances Sternhagen ... Effie Gluckman

Henry Gibson ... Stanhope

Tom Hanks ... Baxter

Sugar Ray Leonard ... Gravedigger

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Bibi Osterwald ... Matilda
Clive Rosengren ... Morty
Edward Penn ... Minister
Gracia Lee ... Mrs. Huntington
Don Perry ... Mr. Huntington
Constance Pfeifer ... Elizabeth (as Constance Pfeiffer)
Louise Lewis ... Woman (as Louise Fitch)

Craig Shoemaker ... Ray (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: This'll Kill Ya

27 June 1992
Sophie Wagner and Pack Brightman are a couple of scientists who work at a research center with their sleazy and sadistic diabetic boss George Gatlin. Sophie and Pack decide to teach George a lesson by lacing his insulin with an unstable experimental serum that they have been working on.

Season 4, Episode 3: On a Deadman's Chest

27 June 1992
Danny Darwin learns that his new tattoo might be more than just a tattoo.

Yul Vazquez ... Danny Darwin

Paul Hipp ... Nick Bosch

Tia Carrere ... Scarlett

Sherrie Rose ... Vendetta

Heavy D ... Farouche

Gregg Allman ... Toland

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Steve Jones ... Hulk
Don Michaelson ... Dr. Roberts
Richard Danielson ... Drummer
Karen Kalensky ... Groupie

Season 4, Episode 4: Seance

4 July 1992
A pair of con artists, Benny Polosky and Alison Peters, want to swindle a rich man, Presco Chalmers, and make up this story: Benny is the lawyer of Chalmers' dead uncle Albert Peters, Alison is his daughter. Albert robbed $200,000 from the Wilmington bank in 1901, opened an illegal account where he put all the money, got arrested, spent 20 years in jail, then began a new life in Chicago, started a business, married, raised a family, and died last year. The amount of the money in the bank has reached almost $3 million. Chalmers and Alison will get the money if they pay 10% to Benny for not telling authorities that the investment was illegal in the first place. Chalmers buys the made-up story. But Benny spoils everything at the last moment, when Chalmers is about to pay the money...

Season 4, Episode 5: Beauty Rest

11 July 1992
Life hasn't been easy for model Helen. She is getting older and her dreams of hitting the big time are drying out. So when she finally gets the chance to take part in a beauty contest, she is determined to do ANYTHING in her hands to win.

Mimi Rogers ... Helen

Jennifer Rubin ... Druscilla

Kathy Ireland ... Joyce

Buck Henry ... George

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Robert Trebor ... Archie

Anders Hove ... Emilio

Michael Wiseman ... Rudy
Marie Pecci ... Sheila (as Maria Pecci)
Ryal Haakenson ... Advertising Executive (uncredited)
Asbjørn 'Bear' Riis ... Security Officer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: What's Cookin'

22 July 1992
Married couple Fred and Erma's restaurant has seen better days. But things change once a stranger walks in, with a rather unique steak recipe...

Christopher Reeve ... Fred

Bess Armstrong ... Erma

Art LaFleur ... Phil

Meat Loaf ... Chumley

Judd Nelson ... Gaston

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Jeannette Lewis ... First Secretary
Helen Nassilski ... Second Secretary (as Helen Nasillski)

Season 4, Episode 7: The New Arrival

25 July 1992
An abnormally difficult child tests a psychologist.

David Warner ... Dr. Alan Goetz

Joan Severance ... Rona

Zelda Rubinstein ... Nora

Twiggy ... Bonnie

Robert Patrick ... Lothar

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Laura Dash ... Felicity White (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Showdown

1 August 1992
A gunfighter confronts his past.

David Morse ... Tom McMurdo

Neil Giuntoli ... Billy Quintaine (as Neil Gray Giuntoli)
Roderick Cook ... Cornelius Bosch

Thomas F. Duffy ... Deputy Wilson

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Monty Bass ... Frank Little Bear
Grant Gelt ... Little Boy

Paul T. Murray ... Harley
Tommy Townsend ... Big Bart
Mel Coleman ... Blacksmith

Season 4, Episode 9: King of the Road

8 August 1992
A life on the edge hot rodder named Billy comes to town run by Sheriff Garrett, he immediately dates and romances his daughter with ulterior motives linked to Garrett's past, for which he was once a champion of the hot rodding. Will Garrett accept Billy's challenge to the death?

Raymond J. Barry ... Joe Garrett (as Ray Barry)

Brad Pitt ... Billy
Michelle Bronson ... Carey Garrett

Jack Kehler ... Joe's Mechanic (as Jack Keeler)

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Alva L. Petway ... Dispatcher

Season 4, Episode 10: Maniac at Large

19 August 1992
A mousy librarian over-react reports of a serial killer.

Blythe Danner ... Margaret

Salome Jens ... Mrs. Pritchard

Clarence Williams III ... Grady

Obba Babatundé ... Deputy Jameson (as Obba Babatunde)

Adam Ant ... Pipkin

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Dion Basco ... Gino
Harper Roisman ... Elderly Patron
Laurie Franks ... Bag Lady

Irwin Keyes ... Figure

Season 4, Episode 11: Split Personality

26 August 1992
A swindler, Jack loves money and... twins. One day he meets rich twins that show interest in him.

Joe Pesci ... Vic / Jack
Jacqueline Alexandra Citron ... April Dobbs Blair (as Jacqueline Alexandra)
Kristen Amber Citron ... June Echeson Blair (as Kristen Amber)

Burt Young ... Gambler

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Heidi Thomas ... Prostitute
Michael Klastorin ... Cashier

Troy Evans ... Preacher

Reginald D. Hunter ... Tow Truck Driver (as Reginald Hunter)
Bill Cho Lee ... Gardener

Julie Michaels ... Waitress (uncredited)

Joe Pantoliano ... Casino Dealer (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: Strung Along

2 September 1992
An aging puppeteer suspects his much younger wife has a lover.

Season 4, Episode 13: Werewolf Concerto

9 September 1992
An Agatha Christie-style mystery sees the inhabitants of a remote hotel terrorized by rumors of a werewolf prowling the area. Not to fear, as a self-appointed werewolf hunter is amongst them. But might he have a dark secret of his own?

Timothy Dalton ... Lokai

Dennis Farina ... Antoine

Walter Gotell ... Mr. Hertz

Charles Fleischer ... Carl Rechek

Reginald VelJohnson ... Mercedes' Husband

Lela Rochon ... Mercedes

Beverly D'Angelo ... Janice Baird

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Wolfgang Puck ... Wolfgang Puck
Jason Rainwater ... Peiter (as Jason Iorg)
Marci Simon ... Chamber Maid
Andre Bustanoby ... Werewolf (as Andre P. Bustanoby)

Season 4, Episode 14: Curiosity Killed

16 September 1992
Two radically contrasting elderly couples -- the bitter and bickering Jack and Cynthia and the more content and laid-back Harry and Lucille -- spend a weekend together in the woods. Lucille and Harry produce a magical voodoo potion that restores one's youth and beauty, but the shrewish Cynthia puts a damper on everyone's plans to become young again.

Margot Kidder ... Cynthia

Kevin McCarthy ... Jack

J.A. Preston ... Harry

Madge Sinclair ... Lucille

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Marshall R. Teague ... Frank (as Marshall Teague)
Constance Wiggins ... Selma
Cynthia Windham ... Kat

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Death of Some Salesmen

2 October 1993
A conniving con-man posing as a salesman gets more than he bargained for when he comes knocks at the door of the wrong family.

Tim Curry ... Pa Brackett / Ma Brackett / Winona Brackett

Ed Begley Jr. ... Judd Campbell

Yvonne De Carlo ... Mrs. Jones

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Kathe Weeks ... Stella

Season 5, Episode 2: As Ye Sow

2 October 1993
Wealthy and successful middle-aged businessman Leo Burns suspects that his much younger wife Bridget is having an extramarital affair. Leo hires sleazy private investigator G.G. Devoe to find out the identity of Bridget's lover.

Hector Elizondo ... Leo Burns

Patsy Kensit ... Bridget

John Shea ... Father John Sejac

Adam West ... Chapman

Sam Waterston ... G.G. Devoe

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Miguel Ferrer ... Hitman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: Forever Ambergris

2 October 1993
A jaded, has-been photographer plots the demise of his younger, talented protégé when they go on assignment in Central America.

Roger Daltrey ... Dalton

Steve Buscemi ... Ike

Paul Dooley ... Randolph

Marshall Bell ... Rock

Lysette Anthony ... Bobbi

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Tim Ahern ... Uncle Salty

Titus Welliver ... Salucci

Luis Antonio Ramos ... Pirate (as Luis Ramos)

Kevin Benton ... Little Wing

Season 5, Episode 4: Food for Thought

6 October 1993
The great Zambini is an old carnival psychic who performs his act of mind reading with the aid of his young assistant Connie. She however is a slave to her cruel master who often beats her. But when she and a handsome fire eater called Johnny become secret lovers, things look set to change. Sadly Zambini has the advantage of being able to read his desperate assistant's mind.

Ernie Hudson ... Zambini

Joan Chen ... Connie

John Laughlin ... Johnny

Phil Fondacaro ... Emmet

Kathryn Howell ... Twin #1
Margaret Howell ... Twin #2

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Granville Ames ... Farmer

Doug Jones ... Contortionist
Reginald Hunter ... Reggie (as Reginald Horter)

Season 5, Episode 5: People Who Live in Brass Hearses

13 October 1993
Hot-tempered convict Billy DeLuca gets out of prison after serving a two year sentence. Billy convinces his mentally challenged brother Virgil to help him rob a warehouse as a means of getting revenge on kindly ice cream vendor Mr. Byrd, who's responsible for sending Billy to jail. However, the plan goes seriously awry.

Bill Paxton ... Billy DeLuca

Lainie Kazan ... Mrs. Grafungar

Brad Dourif ... Virgil

Michael Lerner ... Mr. Byrd

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Pat Asanti ... Cooter
Raushan Hammond ... Danny (as Raushan Hamond)

Cam Clarke ... Mr. Byrd's Puppet (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: Two for the Show

20 October 1993
A man murders his beautiful younger wife when she threatens to leave him. He then packs her body in a big suitcase and boards a train, where he is stalked by an inquisitive detective.

David Paymer ... Andy Conway

Vincent Spano ... Officer Fine

Traci Lords ... Emma Conway

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Wesley Thompson ... Officer Smith
Steven Kravitz ... Porter (as Steve Kravitz)

Willie Gault ... Cop
Sal Ortiz ... Waiter in Train (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: House of Horror

27 October 1993
Three pledges for a fraternity on probation run by a soft-spoken leader and his two sidekicks are visited by a beautiful young sorority gal, who is looking for a frat to pledge her own sorority ends up tagging along with the pledges to an abandoned house where an "urban legend" murder took place years before. Led by the obnoxious head pledge master, the three pledges must enter the house and past each test given to them. The question is will they survive to join the frat?

Keith Coogan ... Waters

Michael DeLuise ... Sparks

Courtney Gains ... Frat Boy

Brian Krause ... Tex Crandell

Jason London ... Henderson

Meredith Salenger ... Mona

Wil Wheaton ... Arling

Kevin Dillon ... Les Wilton

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Bill Kohne ... DeWitt

Shannon Day ... Shapely Woman

Season 5, Episode 8: Well Cooked Hams

3 November 1993
Inept struggling magician Miles Federman murders rival master magician Kraygen so he can steal Kraygen's Box of Death trick and finally achieve the success he's been striving for. However, events from Federman's past come back to haunt him on the night he premieres his new act.

Martin Sheen ... Kraygen / Thomas Miller / Zorbin the Magnificent

Billy Zane ... Miles Federman

Maryam d'Abo ... Greta Kreutzel

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Candi Brough ... Cassandra
Randi Brough ... Rachel

Season 5, Episode 9: Creep Course

10 November 1993
Stella Bishop is a full blown geek taking a course on Egyptian mythology led by the pompous Professor Finley, who also happens to be a collector of Egyptian antiquity and one undead, horny mummy! Little does Stella know that she's intended to be the target [sacrifice] for his undead living collectible and is soon wooed by the charismatic Reggie, who has his own sinister plans. In the end, who will be the one to survive this Creep Course?

Jeffrey Jones ... Prof. Finley

Anthony Michael Hall ... Reggie Skulnick

Nina Siemaszko ... Stella Bishop

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Julius Carry ... Detective Connors

Rende Rae Norman ... Dean Edna Cume (as Rae Norman)
Ivan E. Roth ... The Mummy

Damon Hines ... Jerry (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 10: Came the Dawn

17 November 1993
A lecherous millionaire offers a lift to a beautiful seductress in the middle of nowhere with horrific consequences.

Brooke Shields ... Norma

Perry King ... Roger

Michael J. Pollard ... Ed

Valerie Wildman ... Woman at Restaurant

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Season 5, Episode 11: Oil's Well That Ends Well

24 November 1993
A gold digger who believes no one can top her in extortion gets the ultimate prize. Gina teams with Jerry or is it Carl to plant her husband Larry and resurrect him for a payoff. Gina and Jerry/Carl devise a plot to bilk some hoped for investors at the Legion bar of money in return for delaying notification of an oil strike. Gina is unaware that the guys are all in cahoots. When Gina learns her plans are turned upside down by the guys revelations. Gina lights up the stage with another discarded flame.

Season 5, Episode 12: Half-Way Horrible

1 December 1993
The owner of a chemical company's sinister past dealings come back to haunt him when he identifies the body of a business associate.

Clancy Brown ... Roger Lassen

Martin Kove ... Detective

Costas Mandylor ... Dan King

Charles Martin Smith ... Colin

Jon Tenney ... Alex
Brian Wimmer ... Kevin

Cheech Marin ... Dr. Beneloy

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Mark J. Goodman ... Interviewer (as Mark Jay Goodman)

Judith Baldwin ... Withers

Season 5, Episode 13: Till Death Do We Part

8 December 1993
Smooth young gigolo Johnny Canaparo makes a living as the kept boy of dangerous mob-connected older woman Ruth Sanderson. Johnny incurs Ruth's lethal jealous wrath after Ruth finds out that Johnny has been romancing attractive young waitress Lucy Chadwick on the side.

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Let the Punishment Fit the Crime

31 October 1994
Predatory, shameless, and obnoxious ambulance chasing lawyer Geraldine Ferrett gets busted in the remote small town of Stuecksville for a moving violation. Ferrett initially thinks that she can simply resolve the situation by paying a fine, but soon discovers that the folks in Stuecksville have a very odd and strict concept of justice.

Catherine O'Hara ... Geraldine Ferrett

Peter MacNicol ... Austin Haggard

Joseph Maher ... Judge #1 / Judge #2 / Judge #3

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Wesley Mann ... Purdy Lee Dreyfus

Scott Nimerfro ... Fouser

Kevin Cooney ... Prosecutor

Peter Van Norden ... Ghoul #1

Season 6, Episode 2: Only Skin Deep

31 October 1994
Carl, a brutish, violent, and hot-tempered man with a history of abusive relationships, crashes a Halloween party held by his ex-wife Linda. Carl meets a masked and mysterious, yet attractive and alluring young woman named Molly at said party. Carl returns to Molly's decrepit abode for a passionate one night stand. However, Carl discovers too late that Molly is harboring a very dark secret of her own.

Season 6, Episode 3: Whirlpool

31 October 1994
Struggling comic book artist Rolanda gets fired from her job by her mean and demanding boss Vern. However, Rolanda finds herself experiencing the events of this one fateful day over and over again with some changes, but the same dismal results.

Season 6, Episode 4: Operation Friendship

9 November 1994
Put upon computer programmer Nelson DeMears doesn't have an easy time at work. He doesn't have the respect of his co-workers or his boss. He doesn't have any friends either. That is except for his imaginary friend Eddie. One day a beautiful young psychologist moves in to the apartment building where the meek Nelson lives. Threatened by the fact that she is a psychologist. Eddie is none too pleased by the growing attraction and fed up of taking a back seat to Neslon's wimpy personae. He sets about resolving the situation.

Season 6, Episode 5: Revenge Is the Nuts

16 November 1994
Residents at a shelter for the blind turn the tables on their cruel overseer.

Anthony Zerbe ... Arnie Grunwald

Teri Polo ... Sheila

John Savage ... Benny

Bibi Besch ... Armelia

Isaac Hayes ... Samuel

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Tim Sampson ... Osgood

Season 6, Episode 6: The Bribe

23 November 1994
Newly appointed fire marshal Inspector Martin Zeller aims to shut down the strip club that his daughter Hilery works as a dancer at. However, Zeller finds out Hilery isn't getting a scholarship for college, so he takes a bribe from sleazy club owner Puck to pay for her tuition. Nonetheless, Zeller still decides to go through with his plan to close down the club.

Terry O'Quinn ... Inspector Martin Zeller

Kimberly Williams-Paisley ... Hiley Zeller (as Kimberly Williams)

Benicio Del Toro ... Bill

Hal Williams ... Nick Ciola

Max Grodénchik ... Bic

Esai Morales ... Puck

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Ron Carlson ... Ron

Wayne Grace ... Fire Chief
Kylie Ireland ... Dancer (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 7: The Pit

30 November 1994
Felix Johnson and Aaron Scott are two of the top martial arts fighters in their game. Their last fight was a draw, and for the most part, they can accept that. Its their wives who are a different story. Their hatred for one another has gotten the two fighters into a no holds barred death match. However, the wives are in for a shock on fight night.

Mark Dacascos ... Felix Johnson

Debbe Dunning ... Aubrey Scott

Marjean Holden ... Andrea Johnson

Stoney Jackson ... Aaron Scott

Wayne Newton ... Wink Barnum

John Kassir ... The Crypt Keeper (voice)
Rick Garcia ... Augusto King
Joseph C. Fowler ... Sportscaster

Season 6, Episode 8: The Assassin

7 December 1994
A happy housewife is pitted against three CIA agents, who have come to kill her husband, a supposed rogue agent.

Shelley Hack ... Janet McKay

Chelsea Field ... Simone 'Gwen' Bardou

Jonathan Banks ... William

Marshall R. Teague ... Jeremy McKay (as Marshall Teague)

Corey Feldman ... Todd

William Sadler ... The Grim Reaper

John Kassir ... The Crypt Keeper (voice)

Cam Clarke ... Ronald (voice) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 9: Staired in Horror

14 December 1994
Fugitive Clyde is on the lam from an angry mob. He seeks refuge in a decrepit old mansion owned by an elderly woman. Unbeknownst to Clyde, said creepy abode has an unusual curse attached to it.

D.B. Sweeney ... Clyde

Rachel Ticotin ... Charbonnet / Lilian

R. Lee Ermey ... Sheriff

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Season 6, Episode 10: In the Groove

21 December 1994
Abrasive shock jock Gary gets demoted to the graveyard shift by his bitchy radio station owner sister Rita because of poor ratings. Gary manages to regain his stride thanks to his eager new partner Valerie. Gary and Valerie plot together to murder Rita, but things don't go according to plan.

Miguel Ferrer ... Gary

Linda Doucett ... Valerie

Wendie Malick ... Rita

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Slash ... Hank

Rusty Schwimmer ... Carla

Season 6, Episode 11: Surprise Party

28 December 1994
No-count Ray Wells kills his dying father so he can inherit an old ruined farmhouse. Unbeknownst to Ray, said farmhouse has a nightmarish legacy attached to it.

Season 6, Episode 12: Doctor of Horror

4 January 1995
A Mad Doctor enlists the help of two security guards in a morgue in an attempt to unlock the secrets of the human soul.

Season 6, Episode 13: Comes the Dawn

11 January 1995
Colonel Parker and Sergeant Burrows are two ex-soldiers with a murky past. They head in to the Alaskan wilderness to do some illegal hunting. Bringing a local girl called Jeri Drumbeater to act as a scout. Unknown to the two army men they are going to be made to face the consequences of their evil past actions in the dark, cold region.

Season 6, Episode 14: 99 & 44/100 Pure Horror

18 January 1995
Luden Sandelton is the meek president of a company that manufactures bars of soap. When the advertising campaign for the latest line of soap is deemed a failure, Luden has no choice but to fire his artist wife Willa who designed the artwork for said campaign. However, the greedy and unfaithful Willa has her own deadly ideas about rectifying the situation.

Bruce Davison ... Luden Sandelton
Cristi Conaway ... Willa Sandleton

Darin Heames ... Tom

Kelly Coffield Park ... Talk Show Host (as Kelly Coffield)

Ricky Dean Logan ... Renaldo Escuarita
Rodman Flender ... Brian

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Season 6, Episode 15: You, Murderer

25 January 1995
Plastic surgery makes a criminal look like Humphrey Bogart.

Humphrey Bogart ... Lou Spinelli (archive footage)

John Lithgow ... Dr. Oscar Charles

Isabella Rossellini ... Betty Spinelli

Sherilyn Fenn ... Erika
Robert Sacchi ... Lou Spinelli (voice)

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Julie Ariola ... Doris

Carl Gilliard ... Paramedic #2
José Rey ... Paramedic #1

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Fatal Caper

19 April 1996
Two adult brothers come to blows over the the fortune of their wealthy father, whose interests are protected by a lovely young woman with questionable loyalties.

Natasha Richardson ... Fiona Havisham

Bob Hoskins ... Redmond

Greg Wise ... Justin Amberson

Leslie Phillips ... Mycroft Amberson
James Saxon ... Evelyn Amberson

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Season 7, Episode 2: Last Respects

26 April 1996
Three bickering sisters left in charge of their late father's struggling curiosity shop come into possession of a cursed monkey's paw, and try to use it to their advantage - with deadly results.

Emma Samms ... Yvonne

Kerry Fox ... Dolores

Julie Cox ... Marlys
Michael Denison ... Richard
Dulcie Gray ... Mrs. Wilder

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Peter Waddington ... Basil
Molly Weir ... Grandma Oakfist
Roger Brierley ... William Curd (as Roger Brierly)
Sarah London ... Mortician

Season 7, Episode 3: A Slight Case of Murder

3 May 1996
A game of cat and mouse ensues between a female mystery novelist and her jealous former boyfriend when he accuses her of having a love affair with her nosy neighbor's son.

Francesca Annis ... Sharon Bannister

Christopher Cazenove ... Larry

Elizabeth Spriggs ... Mrs. Trask
Patrick Barlow ... Joey Trask

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Season 7, Episode 4: Escape

17 May 1996
A traitor in the second World War is restricted to a prison camp and one of the men he betrayed is transported to the camp and promises to reveal his identity.

Martin Kemp ... Lieutenant Luger
Nickolas Grace ... Albert Frye / Lieutenant Forsyth
Nick Reding ... Krupp

Roy Dotrice ... Major Nicholson

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Al Ashton ... Sgt. Cornwall (as Al Hunter Ashton)
Lucy Bayler ... Kitty
Chris Armstrong ... English Soldier
Bill Weston ... Schlosse

Murray McArthur ... George Heathcote

Season 7, Episode 5: Horror in the Night

24 May 1996
A double-crossing jewel thief is shot and hides out in a hotel where he starts to hallucinate about a mysterious beautiful woman.

Elizabeth McGovern ... Laura Kendall

James Wilby ... Nick Marvin

Ronan Vibert ... T

Edward Tudor-Pole ... Lou (as Edward Tudor Pole)

Peter Guinness ... Mr. Starr

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Season 7, Episode 6: Cold War

31 May 1996
After one too many botched jobs, a young female criminal leaves her partner and all is not what it seems to be when she finds someone to make him jealous.

Ewan McGregor ... Ford

Jane Horrocks ... Cammy

Colin Salmon ... Jimmy Picket
John Salthouse ... Cutter
Willie Ross ... Barman

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Peter Lurie ... Armed Robber #1
Alan Liu ... Armed Robber #2
Nigel Fan ... Armed Robber #3

Season 7, Episode 7: The Kidnapper

7 June 1996
A young man takes in a pregnant woman and falls in love with her but becomes jealous when her baby is born so he sets out to get rid of the kid forever.

Steve Coogan ... Danny Skeggs

Julia Sawalha ... Teresa
Tim Stern ... Baby Broker
Serena Gordon ... Mother In Park

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Matthew Scurfield ... Detective
Gerry Crampton ... Snaps

Season 7, Episode 8: Report from the Grave

14 June 1996
A scientist named Elliot invents a way to read memories of the dead. To test the device, Elliot and his girlfriend Arianne break into the crypt of a dead serial killer.

James Frain ... Elliot

Siobhan Flynn ... Arianne

Jonathan Firth ... Malcolm
Gordon Peters ... Sergeant Baker

Roger Ashton-Griffiths ... Valdemar Tymrak

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Julian Kerridge ... Policeman

Season 7, Episode 9: Smoke Wrings

21 June 1996
A young man with a strange device is hired onto an advertising company by an esteemed executive--but what the exec doesn't know is that the young man is in cahoots with her enraged ex-partner who is out for revenge.

Ute Lemper ... Jacqueline
Chris Stanton ... Fakir Muto

Tres Hanley ... Joanna

Daniel Craig ... Barry

Gayle Hunnicutt ... Ellen

Denis Lawson ... Frank

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Julian Kerridge ... Policeman

Paul Freeman ... Alistair Touchstone

Season 7, Episode 10: About Face

28 June 1996
A sleazy minister in Victorian England gets a nasty surprise when he discovers he previously fathered twin daughters.

Anthony Andrews ... Jonathan

Imelda Staunton ... Sarah

Anna Friel ... Angelica / Leah

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)
Paddy Navin ... Bertha

Finty Williams ... Lucy
Emma Bird ... Emma

Pip Torrens ... Gordon (as Pip Torens)
Lone Vidahl ... Miss Prichard

Season 7, Episode 11: Confession

5 July 1996
A man suspected in a series of murders is questioned by a hard case detective.

Season 7, Episode 12: Ear Today... Gone Tomorrow

12 July 1996
A gambling safecracker with a slight hearing loss gets entangled in a game between a mobster and his beautiful, exotic wife and ends up getting the auditory system of an owl.

Robert Lindsay ... Glynn Fennell

Gretchen Palmer ... Kate Lawson

Richard Johnson ... Malcolm Lawson

Philip Davis ... Henry (as Phil Davis)

David Gant ... Doctor

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Season 7, Episode 13: The Third Pig

19 July 1996
An animated horror version of the Three Little Pigs story. When the third pig is tried and convicted for the murder of his two brothers by a wolf jury, he builds a zombie Frankenpig to take out his revenge on the actual murderer.

John Kassir ... Crypt Keeper (voice)

Bobcat Goldthwait ... Wolf (voice)

Cam Clarke ... Dudley / Bailiff (voice)

Charles Adler ... Smokey (voice) (as Charlie Adler)

Brad Garrett ... Drinky / Zombie Pig (voice)

Corey Burton ... Chief Wolf / Bartender (voice) (as Cory Barton)

Jim Cummings ... Judge Wolf (voice)

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