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"Thriller" Murder Motel (1975)

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Brian Clemens (writer)
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24 May 1975 (Season 5, Episode 7)
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A young woman looking into the disappearance of her fiance discovers that the last place he was seen was at a very strange motel. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)
Robyn Millan ... Kathy
Ralph Bates ... Michael Spencer
Edward Judd ... Charles Burns
Derek Francis ... Sam
Allan McClelland ... Lee
John Hallam ... Roscoe
Anne Rutter ... Helen Spencer
June Watson ... Petra
Gillian McCutcheon ... Janice Freeman
Patrick Jordan ... Inspector Turner
Paul Humpoletz ... Osgood

Patrick Tull ... Terry
Keith Anderson ... Auditor
Lynne Miller ... Young Woman

Adrian Shergold ... Young Man
Peter Mackriel ... Mr. Taylor

Episode Crew
Directed by
Malcolm Taylor 
 
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Brian Clemens  writer

Produced by
Ian Fordyce .... producer
 

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USA:73 min
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'thriller' at its best!, 29 July 2007
Author: chrisblackburn2 from United Kingdom

This episode is one of the highlights of the final series. It has a tense storyline that will keep you on the edge of your seat right up to the very cleverly done final scene. OK, there are one or two dodgy acting performances, but they don't detract too much from the well written script.The storyline is so gripping, you feel that you want the story to run a lot longer than it actually does. The Derek Francis line 'He called himself an opportunist, but he called at a most inopportune time' is one of the moments of light relief. I remember watching this episode when it was first aired in 1976, and subsequently being wary of Motels for many years afterwards! A fine series from first episode to last, get the entire series on DVD while you can!

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