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The Beast Below 

During a rehearsal, the manager of a band is thrown from a balcony and killed while having an argument with the band's lead singer. Duncan, who is there with Tessa and Richie as guests of ... See full summary »

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Duncan MacLeod
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Tessa Noel
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Richard H. 'Richie' Ryan
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During a rehearsal, the manager of a band is thrown from a balcony and killed while having an argument with the band's lead singer. Duncan, who is there with Tessa and Richie as guests of the backup singer, believes the manager was killed by a mentally handicapped immortal he once befriended. Written by page8701

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6 March 1993 (Canada)  »

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In the final battle, after Duncan knocks Ursa down and says "Don't make me do this!" you get a good view of his sword's hilt. A few seconds later, after Ursa knocks Duncan down the side of the roof we get another view of Duncan's sword's hilt, this time there appears to be white tape wrapped around it. Another few seconds later, Ursa knocks Duncan down the side of the roof a second time. Ursa's sword has obviously fallen out of his hands, like it did when he knocked Duncan down the first time. You can see it sliding down before Duncan. But in the next shot, you can see only Duncan, and Ursa's sword has suddenly disappeared. Next, it's back in Ursa's hands, but he couldn't have retrieved it that fast. See more »

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Phantom hunchback diva of the Notre Dame Opera
10 February 2006 | by See all my reviews

Throw in some bits from the TV series, 'Beauty and the beast'& 'Fame' and you're got all the mish mash elements of this episode. And as you might expect from such a mix of stolen ideas, it turns out to be one of the poorest as well.

Even the regular cast seem bored as they sleepwalk through this turgid mess to the end. It's only seeing how the guest star resembles Diana Ross and wondering if her diva like role is based on La Ross, that keeps any interest.

Otherwise,it's playing along with the plot and filling in the gaps as it goes along as any experienced viewer will be able to write it as predictable is the word here.


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