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One Strobe Over the Line - June 15, 1965 

Sam leaps into a fashion photographer and must save a model from a drug dependency due to an ambitious agent.

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Sam leaps into the body of high-fashion photographer Karl Granson. According to Al, Sam's job is to keep up and coming model Edie Landsdale from dying of an overdose of drugs and alcohol. Modeling is a tough job and Edie's agent, Helen Le Baron, is giving her pills to make it through the day. Edie is a down home type of girl who would like nothing better than to make a little money and then return home to take care of her family and perhaps become a vet. When she crashes at a photo shoot, Sam has to move quickly to save her life. Written by garykmcd

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19 October 1990 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

In the original history, Edie Landsdale died of an overdose of pills and alcohol on June 18, 1965. See more »

Goofs

In Karl's apartment the stereo equipment is of much later vintage. The amplifier, preamplifier and tuner are Accuphase units that were made around 1975. See more »

Quotes

[Helen has suspected Sam - as Karl - of dumping her in favor of Edie]
Dr. Sam Beckett: Look, Helen, believe me...
Helen Le Baron: Yeah, well. Enjoy it while you can.
Dr. Sam Beckett: What'd you mean by that?
Helen Le Baron: She might be younger and prettier, but she won't be for long, no, not at the rate that she's going.
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Features Double Indemnity (1944) See more »

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Stop! In the Name of Love
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Written by Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, and Eddie Holland
Performed by The Supremes
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