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Romance Times Three/Night of the Tormented Soul 

Answering-service operator Sally Harris meets the three men she's known up to now as voices over the phone; and siblings Jason and Beth Martinique face a weekend of horror while trying to find out how their father died when they were young.

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Mr. Roarke
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Tattoo
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Julie
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Richard Martinique
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Jack Simon
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Tony Edwards
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Blanche Barrens
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Sally Harris
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Ben Daniels
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Beth Martinique
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Jason Martinique
Stephanie Faulkner ...
Bartender
Melanie Vincz ...
Blonde
Dawn Agrella ...
Angela
Steve Stevens Jr. ...
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Answering-service operator Sally Harris meets the three men she's known up to now as voices over the phone; and siblings Jason and Beth Martinique face a weekend of horror while trying to find out how their father died when they were young.

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5 December 1981 (USA)  »

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One good, one mediocre
2 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

I'll get the boring story out of the way first, and that starred the annoying Georgia Engel, with the same annoying voice as always, as a woman who wants to meet the 3 men she only knows over the telephone. Look for familiar faces in Frank Bonner, who was equally annoying, Frank Converse, and David Groh, who actually gave the only credible performance in this barely average segment. The much better story has a brother and sister(Stephen Shortridge, Dianne Kay)looking to find out how their father died; he was played by the great Richard Anderson. I don't know much about Elinor Donahue, but she gave the best performance overall, as she was both creepy and sympathetic, and really stood out. This segment had a creepy mansion, the kind you'd see on Night Gallery, and some creepy unseen, heavy breathing adding to the atmosphere. Another interesting tidbit has Tattoo getting a scene or 2, and if you've been following along, you should notice that he's been absent for a few episodes, and Julie has taken his place, although she's only in the beginning of this episode, which is a good thing.


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