Unprepossessing Herbert Snyder gets more than he asked for when he requests a night with a harem; young Lauren Fandell wants to be the center of all attention but learns that being a queen can be perilous.

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Julie
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Contessa (as Jayne Meadows Allen)
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Lisa
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Etain
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Unprepossessing Herbert Snyder gets more than he asked for when he requests a night with a harem; young Lauren Fandell wants to be the center of all attention but learns that being a queen can be perilous.

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14 November 1981 (USA)  »

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Pan, I am
9 December 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is yet another episode that features the Greek god named Pan, and while he really isn't depicted as evil in mythology, the writers go out of their way to make him evil in both stories that featured him. In any event, this particular story was tons better than the other one, which I'll only make a short mention of in a bit. The story titled, "Druids", starred Joan Prather(who is she again?), Dennis Cole, and Elke Sommer, and it was about Lauren's(Prather)fantasy to be revered like a queen, although she gets more than she bargained for. Without giving too much away, the confrontation between her and Pan near a dark cliff was pretty cool, and easily the best moment of this entire episode. The other pathetic story stars Paul Williams as a man looking to spend a night in a harem, and most of the performers seemed to go through the motions, as if they knew the script was silly. Other familiar faces include Pat Klous(not that familiar), Jayne Meadows, Cliff Carnell, who isn't listed on here as an acting credit on this segment for some reason, and Jack Riley, who I don't recall seeing at all in the story.


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