Rhodes fulfills the death wish of an old friend by looking into his daughter's impending marriage to a man she only met a month before.



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Marguerite Webster
Edmond Breakstone
Henry Webster
Kimberly Hyde ...
Girl in Hell
Clayton Ross
Larry Watson ...


Margarita is planning to marry a man she just met, but her father is against it. On the night of the nuptials, her father sees a terrifying vision and dies in a fall as a result. On his deathbed, dad pleads with former student Michael Rhodes to look after his daughter. When he does so, Rhodes discovers the intended bridegroom lives in an old house once belonging to an actor whose first wife committed suicide on their wedding night. Soom Michael is seeing visions himself, and is convinced that the presence of the actor hasn't really left his old house. Written by Ron Kerrigan <mvg@whidbey.com>

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4 March 1972 (USA)  »

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A familiar sound effect is heard during this episode. It's almost identical to the bionic sound that's frequently heard in The Six Million Dollar Man series. Incidentally, this episode's guest features none other than Lee Majors who would go on to star in TSMDM about a year later. The bionic sound was not used until very late in Season 1 of TSMDM but really became prominent in Season 2 and later. Aside from those two programs, the bionic sound can be heard in at least one Magnum P.I. episode about 10 years later. See more »

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Another bad edit, but still good
12 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have to mention the poor editing that was done to this show because this is a very solid story, and has some star power in a very young Lee Majors, a very old Will Geer, and Lucie Arnaz, who I guess was a special guest star, even though I never heard of her. It revolves around the father of Marguerite(Arnaz)being attacked by a vision of a man in an armor suit and mask, and eventually dying in a hospital; the father was played by Stacy Harris, who passed away about a year later. Clayton Ross(Majors)is infatuated with this big house that he recently bought, mainly because an old movie star named Edmond Breakstone used to live there, although his wife hanged herself, but I don't think we were even given a reason why. It seems every Sixth Sense or Night Gallery episode must include a spooky old mansion, but I digress. An interesting twist has a blind reverend named Jordan(Will Geer), who also stars as the same reverend in another episode, watching an old film with Dr. Rhodes about Breakstone's performance in a version of Faust; Jordan doesn't do much, but that's probably bad editing once again. Richard Loo(Matsuo)plays the butler of the old house and has a few interesting scenes, as he was also the late actor's butler. The conclusion was slightly underwhelming, but it was still entertaining and had a different formula than several episodes before this one.

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