The Immortal: Season 1, Episode 15

My Brother's Keeper (14 Jan. 1971)

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Jason Richards
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Allison Richards
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Final episode of the cult TV-series shows a devastating dip in inspiration...
18 June 2009 | by (las vegas, nv) – See all my reviews

"Where would you hide if you had million-dollar blood?" Last series episode from "The Immortal" has Christopher George's Ben Richards on the run from wealthy, evil Arthur Maitland and his pack of goons, finally locating his long-lost biological brother...or so he thinks; seems Jason Richards suffered a crack skull while serving in the military and awoke with amnesia! The casting of older-looking Michael Strong in the role of Jason was a misstep--he doesn't seem the type to be immune to age-progression, and in fact looks gray and frail enough to be convincing as Chris George's father! The show's focus has completely segued from taut storytelling to fisticuffs and stunt-work, while star-hero George is grim and tight-lipped throughout. Small wonder this series only lasted a single season; there's no driving force behind the narrative--just faceless bad guys versus the good guy--and no brains, either. The teleplay is illogical, the direction lax, and the voice-over narration at the climax a cheat. Goodbye "Immortal"!


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