Route 66: Season 2, Episode 31

Hell Is Empty, All the Devils Are Here (25 May 1962)

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Tod is in Thousand Oaks, California "wrangling camels" at the Jungleland zoo. The zoo's owner has nightmares about the tiger which killed his first wife, a famous animal trainer. His second... See full summary »

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Buz Murdock (credit only)
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Peter Hale
Eva Stern ...
Julie Hale
Charles H. Radilak ...
Brauner (as Charles H. Radilac)
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Philip Tager
Henry Beckman ...
Wasson
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Tod is in Thousand Oaks, California "wrangling camels" at the Jungleland zoo. The zoo's owner has nightmares about the tiger which killed his first wife, a famous animal trainer. His second wife and Tod are puzzled as to what else he has in his thoughts. Buz is not seen - Tod mentions he has "a buddy in the Pacoima Hospital". Written by dubchi

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Excellent Opening Nightmare Sequence
20 May 2008 | by (Indianapolis, Indiana) – See all my reviews

Intriguing story about a lion tamer (Graves) who keeps and cares for a lion that killed his first wife. The show opens with a well done nightmare sequence that alone makes this episode worth watching. The story behind this man's strange behavior and inner turmoil unfolds nicely and culminates with a rather shocking and intense finale. It's also fun to see Graves before his trademark gray hair. Milner again appears solo and has very little to do as the guest stars pretty much take over the show in this one. This is a drawback as the chemistry and dialogue between Maharis and Milner was always a lot of fun and helped carry many of the shows. The episode title is the best one of the series and it's a line that gets mentioned several times by the Graves character during the course of the story.

Grade B+


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