Philadelphian Marjorie Denton seeks the most chivalrous romantic man of all time and meets Cyrano de Bergerac; Cleveland magician Timothy Potter trying to perfect his craft faces a huge problem after he makes his assistant Suva vanish.

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Tattoo (credit only)
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Julie
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Timothy Potter
Carmine Caridi ...
Angry Husband
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Suva
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Marjorie Denton
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Gaston du Brielle
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Cyrano de Bergerac / Monsieur Berandt Sabatier
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Wife in Towel
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Innkeeper
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Cavalier
Arnie Moore ...
Loban
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Philadelphian Marjorie Denton seeks the most chivalrous romantic man of all time and meets Cyrano de Bergerac; Cleveland magician Timothy Potter trying to perfect his craft faces a huge problem after he makes his assistant Suva vanish.

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24 October 1981 (USA)  »

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Nothing magical
13 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Let me get this out of the way quickly, the segment titled "The Magician" was quite possibly the worst and most boring story I've watched up to now, and it starred the unimpressive Bart Braverman(Timothy Potter), and Judy Landers, who plays the typical bimbo she always seems to play. Come to think of it, there was also a chimp in this segment, who probably gave the best performance between all of them. I just found Braverman a bore, and I felt he added nothing of consequence to keep my interest, and thankfully, this was his only appearance on this show. The other segment titled "Cyrano" starred Carol Lynley, who's been on this show way too many times, but this story is slightly better than the other one. You should notice familiar faces in John Saxon(Cyrano de Bergerac), Lloyd Bochner(Marquis de Sade), and Simon MacCorkindale. Saxon and Bochner were very good in their roles, and at least made this segment somewhat interesting. Let me add that Tattoo is nowhere to be found, as Herve Villechaize was probably in a salary dispute. Wendy Schaal takes his place as Julie, but she is just plain ordinary and doesn't add much to the show.


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