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Very good TV episode with the look of a feature film. I worked in it as a funeral director on a chilly morning at Universal Studios.
The scene was done at the Bates Motel mansion site on a hill in the middle of the big Universal lot.The director was a young 25 year old Timothy Hutton who was much better known as an actor. He looked a lot like a young Tony Perkins. It was somewhat eerie being on the Psycho set with a Norman Bates moving around behind the camera.
This series just did not find an audience for some reason, but it will stand the test of time.
I didn't see anyone at the windows of the mansion, but I knew someone was watching. Highly recommended.
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