Friday's Curse: Season 2, Episode 9

13 O'Clock (2 Jan. 1989)
"Friday the 13th" 13 O'Clock (original title)

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Ryan, Micki and Jack track down an antique pocket watch that allows its owner to freeze time.

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Ryan Dallion (as John D. Le May)
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Ryan, Micki and Jack track down an antique pocket watch that allows its owner to freeze time.

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In the scenes in which character Reatha Wilkerson experiences stoppage of time, she steals a wrist watch from "Wertheimer's Jewellery" and a syringe and drugs from "Haws Drugs." The Executive in Charge of Production for the series was Robert Wertheimer, and one of the series' cameramen was Travor Haws. Later in the same season in "A Friend to the End" the drug store shown is called Wertheimer's. See more »

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An Emmy nomination was deservedly given!
2 April 2006 | by (Camilla, GA) – See all my reviews

The series, as a whole, was far superior to the theatrical films from which came the title. Featuring the exploits of a trio of curiosity shop owners, seeking to retrieve cursed objects, the show had uniqueness about it that separated it from many of the shows that aired during its three year run.

This particular installment features actress Gwyneth Walsh as the owner of a watch that enables her to stop time around her, allowing her to do all sorts of mischief, from robbery to murder.

The special effects of this episode were so impressive that the show garnered an Emmy nomination.

It was certainly an exceptional presentation in a show that deserved another season.


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