Kolchak is on assignment to interview singles aboard a cruise ship, and finds out some kind of wolf creature is killing passengers during the full moon.

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Mel Tarter
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Captain Julian Wells
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Paula Griffin
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Bernhardt Stieglitz
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When a tax audit interrupts Vincenzo's plans to take a cruise ship vacation, he sends Kolchak in his place to follow up on a story about swinging singles. Kolchak becomes more interested in a series of mutilations that begin taking place on the ship, perpetrated by a creature that seems to be half man, half wolf. Written by acidxian

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The episode was filmed aboard the RMS Queen Mary, although the at sea pictures show the SS France (later known as the Norway before it was scrapped). See more »

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Kolchak describes the "fifth column" as a Nazi spy ring. The term was actually coined by General Mola during his advance on Madrid and referred to his supporters inside the city. See more »

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Ron Updyke: I think I'm getting sick.
Tony Vincenzo: Well, how about all those megavitamins you've been taking, and the massive doses of Vitamin "C"?
Ron Updyke: They're making me sick.
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Cruise Ship Horror
10 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Carl Kolchak(Darren McGavin) is assigned on a cruise ship to do an expose on the singles scene, but instead(and of course!) gets involved with another supernatural case, as it appears that one of the passengers is indeed a werewolf, a cursed lycanthrope, and only Carl, with the help of blessed silver bullets he uses in a convenient rifle, can stop him, assuming he isn't locked up by the skeptical and irate captain. Good location and premise are used well, with the usual effective humor, the only problem is the horrid makeup used on the werewolf, which hurts its effectiveness, but episode still manages to entertain in spite of this.


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