Carol Gates gave up her twins for adoption and now wants to be present for their birthday; and librarian Elliot Fielding can't get his ghost-busting guide published so he wants to exorcise a real ghost to prove his skills.

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A woman who gave up her twins for adoption and hasn't seen or heard of them since then wants to be present for their 30th birthday; and a man who can't get his ghost-busting guide published wants to exorcise a real ghost to prove he knows what he's talking about. Written by Kim West

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3 March 1979 (USA)  »

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The "Ghostbreaker" story reunites Ken Berry and Larry Storch, who previously appeared together on the 1960's TV series F Troop. See more »

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1 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Although I was unaware that some members of the LA Rams were making an appearance on this show, it was pleasantly surprising when I found out, only because the NFL team meant a lot to me a kid back then. The Rams included head coach Ray Malavasi, and players Frank Corral, Jim Youngblood, and Anthony Davis. The other more recognizable faces include Janet Leigh, who gives a strong performance, Christopher Stone, Ken Berry, who's not annoying for a change, Annette Funicello, and Larry Storch. Without going into much detail, both stories were decent enough, and neither was much stronger than the other, but they were both carried out well. The story with Carol Gates(Leigh)finding the twins she left for adoption was fairly touching, and the story of Elliot Fielding(Berry)had a tinge of playful horror, and was entertaining, and as I always mention, I'm a fan of the "darker" stories. I'll say the best aspect for me was the Rams segment, as I'm a little sentimental about that team which doesn't exist anymore.


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