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"The Sixth Sense" Shadow in the Well (1972)

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Episode was from a short-lived series called "The Sixth Sense"

Author: charlayned from United States
21 July 2008

The channel "chiller" ran this episode under the title "Night Gallery" and not under the title "Sixth Sense", July 21, 2008. Mary Ann Mobley's character's, "lisa", husband, Daniel, is murdered and she is believing that she is the one who did it. Dr. Rhodes (Gary Collins) is a doctor who is trying to convince her that she is not the one who killed him. The swami, Linchou, the Reverend, Arnold Jordan, and the old lady, Lisa's dead husband's mother, Mrs. Wolfe, are all working on their own motives. Dr. Rhodes is able, at times, to see what Lisa is seeing. This episode was one of the better ones out of the series, which was an off-shoot of the "Night Gallery" series.

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Author: stones78 from United States
19 September 2013

This was simply a great segment, which had the rare tinge of horror, and many familiar faces which made this my favorite episode of this fine series. The impressive cast included Mary Ann Mobley(wife of star Gary Collins), Henry Silva, Will Geer(makes his 2nd and final appearance as Rev. Jordan), and wacky Jeanette Nolan, although she only had a few moments on screen. The premise was interesting from the very beginning, just as soon as Lisa(Mobley)has a vision of her dead husband returning to haunt her; it turns out that he fell in a well accidentally after arguing with her. It takes Dr. Rhodes to figure out the dead man has rope burns on both of his hands during another vision, and he deduces that he was hanging on a rope before he fell, but someone else knocked him off the rope and murdered him. Without giving the ending away, I'm certain you'll figure out who murdered Lisa's husband, and all because of money and greed, as usual. It seems most episodes have a time when things get a tad boring, but not this fine segment, as every scene was interesting, added with fine acting performances.

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