A Nazi scientist uses a cursed amulet to bring a Nazi colonel back to life in a bid to rebuild the Third Reich in the US. Under an alias, the colonel becomes a popular fascist talk radio host and starts hunting down Jack's army buddies.

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Chris Wiggins ...
Jack Marshak
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Rausch / Walden
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Simpson
John Gilbert ...
Shaw
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Horst Mueller
Robert McKenna ...
Voll
Les Rubie ...
Lefty Cook
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Barry Stevens ...
Detective
Tom Masek ...
Warden
David Blacker ...
Young Jack
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Bartender (as Charles Gray)
Bill Vibert ...
German Soldier
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A Nazi scientist uses a cursed amulet to bring a Nazi colonel back to life in a bid to rebuild the Third Reich in the US. Under an alias, the colonel becomes a popular fascist talk radio host and starts hunting down Jack's army buddies.

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24 April 1989 (Canada)  »

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The object in this episode (a Thule amulet) did not come from the store, and is instead connected to people from Jack's wartime past. See more »

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The Nazis are coming! (Again)
22 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

A Faustian metaphor warning against the return of Nazism. Somewhat prescient. The piece preceded the popularity of Limbaugh and Howard Stern, both of whom could be seen as prototypes to an immensely popular radio personality capable of capturing the imagination of America's more susceptible bigots. Now we have Trump as a viable candidate for the real-life reanimated Hitler with many of the same easy answers to complicated issues: EG "...round 'em up and deport 'em...", "... ban Muslim immigration and register them all...". The piece was intended to remind people that fascism, like a dormant virus, may very well erupt and permanently destroy the legacy our founding fathers had in mind.


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