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Double Identity - November 8, 1965 

Sam leaps into a mafia hit-man who may not live long since he is romancing the godfather's girlfriend. Also an attempt to bring Sam home causes the 1965 east coast blackout.

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Don Geno Frascotti (as Michael Genovese)
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Tony La Palma
Tom Silardi ...
Segundo La Palma
Page Mosely ...
Francesco 'Frankie' La Palma
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Primo La Palma (as Nick Casavettes)
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Momma
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Adriano
Dean Fortunato ...
Father Sebastian
Ric Mancini ...
Al
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Student (as Joseph Svezia)
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Burt
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Charlie
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Sam leaps into a mafia hit-man who may not live long since he is romancing the godfather's girlfriend. Also an attempt to bring Sam home causes the 1965 east coast blackout.

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21 April 1989 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

In 1988, Dean Stockwell starred in Married to the Mob (1988), a movie about the Mafia, in which he played a Don-like character named Tony having an affair with a woman who cheats on him with a hit-man named Frank and eventually becomes a hairdresser. This episode has Sam (Scott Bakula) leaping into a situation with a Don-like character named Tony having an affair with a hairdresser who is cheating on him with a hit-man named Frankie. See more »

Goofs

In Double Identity they say that Frankie is the first born son of his family, yet his brothers are named Primo and Segundo which means "first" and "second" in Italian. They would probably only have been named this if they were the first and second children of the family, not the second and third. See more »

Quotes

[repeated line]
Teresa: If I'm lyin', I'm dyin'.
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Connections

References Doctor Zhivago (1965) See more »

Soundtracks

Volare
Written by Franco Migliacci and Domenico Modugno, English lyrics by Mitchell Parish
Performed by Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell
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