The Snoop sisters uncover a satanic cult when they endeavor to unravel the murder of an airline passenger.

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Cyril Ritchard ...
Morlock
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Madame Mimi
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Karen
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Lieutenant Tate
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Robert Duware
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Prince
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David Anders (as Lawrence Casey)
Gertrude Flynn ...
Woman
George Sawaya ...
Scarface
Dick Ryal ...
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Jeff Burton ...
Phillips
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The Snoop sisters uncover a satanic cult when they endeavor to unravel the murder of an airline passenger.

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5 March 1974 (USA)  »

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some fun guest stars
29 January 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Have to say I really enjoyed "The Snoop Sisters" and am sorry to see that I only have one episode left. I had seen a couple of them many years ago and picked up the DVD set.

"The Devil Made Me Do It" has to do with a man Ernesta (Helen Hayes) meets on an airplane, and he's found murdered once they've de-planed. Turns out he slipped an amulet into her purse and people come a'calling for it. And if Ernesta and her sister (Mildred Natwick) aren't home, they just trash the place.

In searching for its owner, Ernesta and G come across some real characters: Mr. Morlock (Cyril Ritchard), Madame Mimi (Joan Blondell) and a singer named Prince (Alice Cooper). George Maharis and Barbara Baxley also appear.

It's great fun, with the sisters always in trouble with their nephew Stephen (Bert Convy) or their driver-security guard (Lou Antonio).

I've posted before that I think this and the Ellery Queen series anticipated this "Murder, She Wrote"-"Golden Girls" demographic by about ten years or so and would have done well in the mid-'80s. The 60-somethings loved seeing those old stars while their boomer kids watched the nighttime soaps. By the time the '90s hit, TV was finished catering to both groups and started working on the new crop of 18 year olds. Gotta know when to strike in the television biz.


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