Night Gallery: Season 3, Episode 14

The Doll of Death (20 May 1973)

TV Episode  -   -  Drama | Fantasy | Horror
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In the British West Indies, plantation owner Alex Brandon is humiliated on his wedding day when his bride Sheila Trent is enticed into the arms of her former suitor Raphael. So he plots ... See full summary »

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Sheila Trent
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In the British West Indies, plantation owner Alex Brandon is humiliated on his wedding day when his bride Sheila Trent is enticed into the arms of her former suitor Raphael. So he plots revenge with the help of an Obeah High Priest's knowledge of voodoo. Written by Anonymous

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Voodoo Revenge
13 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Barry Atwater stars as Alex Brandon, a plantation owner in the British West Indies who is planning on marrying a woman named Sheila Trent(played by Susan Strasberg) who ends up humiliating him and breaking his heart on their wedding day by running off with a former love named Raphael(played by Alejandro Rey). Enraged and despondent, he seeks revenge by using a voodoo doll to kill Raphael and win Sheila back, but this plan ends disastrously as one would expect... Mostly blah tale has a good cast but a stale plot, which ends about the way viewer would expect, though perhaps not hoped, as nobody here engenders much sympathy or interest. Murray Matheson comes off best in small role.


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