The only thing a woman amnesiac remembers is that she witnessed the murder of a man riding a motorcycle.



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Episode credited cast:
Dr. Michael Rhodes
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Anna Harris
Victor Harris
Sheriff Grayson
Himself - Host


When a woman without her memories winds up under Dr. Rhodes' care she claims she saw a murder even though she was lying unconscious in woods yards away from the place the killing happened. Rhodes thinks she had an out of body experience and tries to reproduce the woman's astral projection abilities to find out who she is and what trauma caused her memory loss. Written by Ron Kerrigan <>

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22 April 1972 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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When Victor lights his pipe there are three different shot of him doing it; two show him using his right hand holding the match, the other one shows him holding it with his left hand. See more »

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Cool episode
29 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

Get it? Cool, as in ice! You can stop laughing now. Anyway, this is a solid episode with a different twist and cool(another funny by me)subject matter, which has Dr. Rhodes investigating why a woman named Anna(Christine Belford)has a vision of a man on a motorcycle being shot by her husband Victor, played by an evil looking George Murdock. What I wanted to know(and we never find out in the edited version)is why Anna cheats on her husband in the first place? Even though he's a jerk, it doesn't seem that would be the main reason, but that question's never answered. Look for a familiar face in Bradford Dillman who portrays Anna's brother, George, although he doesn't have many scenes in this edited version, but he is integral for the outcome. I thought Belford was decent enough, but not memorable by any stretch, although Murdock was in fine form as a creep. Michael Pataki also starred, but we don't get to see him in this chopped up segment, and that's also unfortunate; also, look for Dr. Rhodes' ugly convertible Chevy. In conclusion, this was as solid as many others in this fine series, even considering a few questions went unanswered.

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