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Everybody Goes to Gilley's/Face of Fire 

Country singer Mickey Gilley plays himself, seeking the fame and fortune that have eluded him; and reclusive philanthropist Philip Camden promises a million dollars to Nevada nurse Jean Harrigan if she survives a weekend at his island home.

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Country singer Mickey Gilley plays himself, seeking the fame and fortune that have eluded him; and reclusive philanthropist Philip Camden promises a million dollars to Nevada nurse Jean Harrigan if she survives a weekend at his island home.

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20 November 1982 (USA)  »

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A weird entry
2 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was one of those episodes that seemed rushed and had potential, as one story, "Everybody Goes to Gilley's" was fairly routine, and the other, "Face of Fire", was more interesting, but left me wanting more. The familiar faces include David Hedison, Dennis Cole(8th of 9 total episodes), Lynn Redgrave, Mickey Gilley, Phyllis Davis, Johnny Lee, Linda Thompson, and Rod McCary. Special mention deserves to go out for Victoria Vanderkloot, who played an insane woman convincingly. If you know me, you know I don't go into full detail usually, and I'll keep it that way for this too. A few things I liked, and as I said above, was the creepy insane woman being held hostage; come to think of it, that's probably the only thing I liked, as there were a few creepy scenes with her. Vanderkloot was basically a stuntwoman, and has a few acting credits here and there, but not much. Speaking of her, she was married to Hedison's character, as we find out later, but I don't like the fact that he falls in love with Redgrave's character. A few interesting tidbits has a person get killed in a fire on the show, as that doesn't happen often, and we get to see Tattoo dancing while donning a cowboy hat, and I don't think I'll ever recover from seeing that. Gilley's story wasn't that memorable, but it certainly wasn't that bad either.


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