A dying white man from Haiti comes to the city and hires Gunn to find out why he, his wife and his farm are having trouble. Gunn travels to Haiti to find out if Negro voodoo is the cause or... See full summary »

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Arthur Cotswold
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Abel Gunther
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A dying white man from Haiti comes to the city and hires Gunn to find out why he, his wife and his farm are having trouble. Gunn travels to Haiti to find out if Negro voodoo is the cause or something more tangible-like the local Sugar King. Due to reluctant local police cooperation, Gunn may be stymied. Written by dubchi

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19 June 1961 (USA)  »

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Based on plot from Richard Diamond radio program Little Shiva. See more »

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Atmospheric but Otherwise Average
15 November 2013 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Normally Pete's urban haunts is a long way from voodoo land. But here he goes to Haiti to investigate strange occurrences that are forcing small landowners to sell to a big one (Cotswold). Pretty good hook that has an old guy talking about voodoo curses as he dies. However, the screen soon warms up with Edie and Pete in one of their patented clinches.

The episode has a lot of voodoo sounds and visuals, but story-wise is not very distinguishable from more ordinary entries. Then too, the acting is sub-par from a no-name supporting cast. Except for the exotic atmospherics, there's nothing much else to recommend from this otherwise innovative series.


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