Tales from the Crypt: Season 4, Episode 11

Split Personality (26 Aug. 1992)

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A swindler, Jack loves money and... twins. One day he meets rich twins that show interest in him.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Vic / Jack
Jacqueline Alexandra Citron ...
April Dobbs Blair (as Jacqueline Alexandra)
Kristen Amber Citron ...
June Echeson Blair (as Kristen Amber)
Crypt Keeper (voice)
Michael Klastorin ...
Reginald D. Hunter ...
Tow Truck Driver (as Reginald Hunter)
Bill Cho Lee ...


A swindler, Jack loves money and... twins. One day he meets rich twins that show interest in him.

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During the Crypt Keeper's outro, if you listen closely, you can hear the exact same sound effects (including a scream and a wolf howling) isolated from the opening sequence of the series. See more »


Prostitute: Did you pay me to talk, or listen to your life's story?
Vic: Shut up! Shut the fuck up! I pay you to be whatever!
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References The Parent Trap (1961) See more »


Everybody Needs Somebody
Written by Ken Lane and Irving Taylor and Sam Coslow
Performed by Dean Martin
Courtesy of Sasha Corp
By Arrangement of Warner Special Products
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Thanks for Joe Pesci, and nice to see Burt Young in a small role.
26 October 2006 | by (Petersburg, Virginia) – See all my reviews

I disagree with the last poster I think this episode "Split Personality" is one of the stronger episodes of season 4. Featuring one of my favorites funny man Joe Pesci who stars as a rich con-man who wants to become richer after leaving a casino where he picked up money off a shady deal, it's off on the road to more supposed riches or maybe he should be careful of witches! So fate has a funny way to play, as the Pesci character finds two beautiful twin sisters who have inherited a fortune. So it's a plan marry both of them for the money! At first Pesci convinces both twins, he has a twin and separate marriages occur. Only his plot is seen with a clear white streak by the twins. These two strange beauties want to share him they feel only one should be split between them, hey nothing that a high powered chainsaw want do! Good episode with a killer twist, plus it was nice to see legendary character actor Burt Young who has a small cameo at first.

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