Lights Out (1946–1952)
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The Mad Dullaghan 

A man finds his missing fiancé in a mental hospital. She believes she's possessed a Dullaghan, a spirit of Irish folklore that jumped to her from her late father when she kissed him ... See full summary »

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(as Herbert Swope Jr.)
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Steve Denham
Stella Andrew ...
Catherine 'Kitty' Riordan
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Dr. Farrow
Doris Rich ...
Madame Flora
Norma Dubrova ...
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John Gerstad ...
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Frank Gallop ...
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A man finds his missing fiancé in a mental hospital. She believes she's possessed a Dullaghan, a spirit of Irish folklore that jumped to her from her late father when she kissed him farewell at his funeral. The finance investigates and learns that her parent had been a famous ventriloquist and his dummy was named Mr. Dullagham. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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2 April 1951 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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A compelling story

That's a genuine authentic nightmarish tale, the kind I love viewing in this show. I understand that in the early days of the TV industry this story may have terrorized legions of audiences. Especially if viewed at night, alone in the dark. I am surprised that I has not been commented yet. I won't repeat the topic, already explained in the story line above, but trust me, this episode is worthwhile. The ending astonishing. Terrific. That's one of the few episode saved, from the tons of other ones lost in the time fog, or simply never recorded at the early times of TV, when all show were aired in live broadcast. This explains that. And when you think there were hundreds of épisodes between LIGHTS OUT or TALES OF TOMORROW series, and most of them are lost, when you think of this you feel hurt Inside of yourself. Really. At least me, I am sick thinking about this.


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