Near Aix-les-Bains (South-East of France), two women, Kassia and Leonora, are driven by a fanatical blackmailer, named André, in a white Rolls Royce at full speed. Suddenly, they stop near ... See full summary »

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Near Aix-les-Bains (South-East of France), two women, Kassia and Leonora, are driven by a fanatical blackmailer, named André, in a white Rolls Royce at full speed. Suddenly, they stop near a lake, in the middle of the woods, where the man decides to have a swim. He asks the two women for a drink. The women plan to assassinate him by introducing a deadly leaf from a Thanatos tree in the cocktail. The man dies by poisoning and drowning and the women stare at him without moving. They put the dead body in the trunk of the fancy car. Later, they've lost their way in the countryside and, finally, find a mansion where an old blind man, Colas, opens the door. Upstairs, a strange inventor, Tone Hobart, built a time machine which could resurrect the dead. Unfortunately, André is now alive and ready for a revenge. Written by Thomas Rucki (filigrane@hotmail.com)

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4 May 1964 (USA)  »

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To those who are familiar with "Sapphire and Steel" (the UK series from late '70s-early '80s) which starred David McCallum and Joanna Lumley, the two appeared as extra-dimensional beings assigned to repair the fabric of time and set events on proper course on earth. It is ironic that McCallum in his role as Tone Hobart figured out how to "tilt time". In Assignment Three of "Sapphire and Steel", Steel commented that no one should be "... messing around with time ..." but Sapphire and himself. See more »

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A double life.
17 February 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not one of my personal favorites, this was also shown as part of the SF Anthology series :The Outer Limits, episode titled "The Forms of Things Unknown". Other than having the beautiful Barbara Rush the only thing I enjoyed this particular episode for was brief interlude when we hear the opening strains of Frontiere's theme for "The Invaders".


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