The Sixth Sense: Season 1, Episode 5

The Man Who Died at Three and Nine (12 Feb. 1972)

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Episode cast overview:
Joseph Campanella ...
Paul Crowley
Susan Howard ...
Simon Scott ...
Stuart Forbes
Catherine Ferrar ...
Nancy Murphy
Aly Wassil ...
Hari Narada
Chandrika ...


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Another fine episode
10 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The more I watch this show and see the guest stars involved, the more confusing it is to me at why so many seem to loathe the Sixth Sense, which keeps the silly comedic aspects away for the most part, unlike the Night Gallery, for which this show gets compared to usually. Regarding this fine entry, the main guest star is Joseph Campanella(Paul Crowley), who's been in just about everything, and does a fine job here as a man tormented by visions of a woman drowning, even though he doesn't know who she was. Even though he enlists Dr. Rhodes'(Gary Collins)help, there are times when the invading spirit almost takes over Crowley, as he then forgets why Rhodes is there in the first place, and simply walks out on him a few times. During one of the vicious spells that Crowley suffers, Dr. Rhodes notices a fading medallion around the man's neck, but it disappears soon after, and Crowley never wore one to begin with. This leads Rhodes to a client of Crowley's, as I believe Crowley was an important politician, but since this episode was probably edited, we never find out his actual job, and exactly why Hari Narada(Aly Wassil)chose to torment him, as the woman in the visions was Narada's wife, who was left to drown by Narada, I believe. I wouldn't call this the strongest episode of this show I've seen so far, but it's still worthy of a recommendation.

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