The Streets of San Francisco: Season 3, Episode 4

Mask of Death (3 Oct. 1974)

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John Davidson's best acting performance (in the eyes of nearly everyone associated with the show) comes when he plays a nightclub entertainer who dresses up as a famous female torch singer.... See full summary »

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Ken Scott
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Sam
Marianne McAndrew ...
Lori
Anne Helm ...
Bobo Stanfield
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Mr. Winkler
Ivor Barry ...
Raymond Howard
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Arthur Ganz
Denny Miller ...
Harvey Ross
Phillip Pine ...
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John Zaremba ...
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John Davidson's best acting performance (in the eyes of nearly everyone associated with the show) comes when he plays a nightclub entertainer who dresses up as a famous female torch singer. Unfortunately he is schizophrenic, and becomes her and him -- at the same time. Even worse, "she" is a psychotic killer. Watch for a chilling scene where "he" talks to "her" in a mirror. Written by Peter Harris

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