At the very end of the end credits, a freeze-frame used as a background image for the production company's title shows a man sitting up in a coffin trying to strangle another man standing next to the coffin. This freeze-frame is from another scene deleted from the workprint when Mr. Strack is attempting to come up with a scene for a novel, dictating his thoughts into a tape recorder, and in the background behind him this scene is shown with the coffin and the two actors. It can also be seen online on YouTube. See more »
I remember this show vividly because I had taped it when it aired and watched it over and over again when I was a kid. To the best of my knowledge there was only one episode. It was about a really eccentric author played by Anthony Perkins who marries your all around average woman. Both had children, who were also radically different from each other. Everything is just peachy until Perkins' ex-(and I should mention deceased) wife decides to have her say in his remarriage.... It's like the Brady Bunch meets The Munsters meets Ghost. I loved it for the cheesy special effects, the corny jokes, and for of course, Anthony Perkins. If anyone out there is able to get their hands on the episode, I would definitely give it a try!
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