Circle of Fear: Season 1, Episode 16

Earth, Air, Fire and Water (19 Jan. 1973)
"Ghost Story" Earth, Air, Fire and Water (original title)

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A collective of six artisans find a trunk containing six colorful glass containers. Each chooses one, and soon, one by one, their art becomes more disturbing until the artist vanishes.

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Frank Converse ...
Sam Richards
Joan Blackman ...
Ellen Parrish
Tim McIntire ...
Jake Freeman
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Anna Freeman
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Holly McCory
Scott Marlowe ...
Paul Cepeda
Oliver Clark ...
Marks
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Harry Bell
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A collective of six artisans find a trunk containing six colorful glass containers. Each chooses one, and soon, one by one, their art becomes more disturbing until the artist vanishes.

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The Six
15 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Most unusual and eerie tale is about six young people who rent out a store(with a dark past) in order to open an arts and crafts business of their own creations. They then discover six glass canisters with different colored liquids in an old trunk, and each takes one for themselves. It turns out that the glass canisters contain some evil entities determined to posses or absorb each of them, and indeed as their personalities change, one by one they disappear until the last one left decides to take action, but it may already be too late... Hard to know what to say about this original yet bizarre episode that ends in a surprising yet strange way. Memorable regardless.


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