Tales from the Crypt (1989–1996)
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Till Death Do We Part 

A young gigolo and husband of a female mobster begins an affair with a night club waitress and the two plots to overthrow the gangster.

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Crypt Keeper (voice)
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Smooth young gigolo Johnny Canaparo makes a living as the kept boy of dangerous mob-connected older woman Ruth Sanderson. Johnny incurs Ruth's lethal jealous wrath after Ruth finds out that Johnny has been romancing attractive young waitress Lucy Chadwick on the side. Written by Woodyanders

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8 December 1993 (USA)  »

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The storyline closely resembles the short story "The occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" by Ambrose Bierce See more »

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Tales from the Crypt Theme
Composed by Danny Elfman
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Sweet Dreams, Baby
21 November 2007 | by (Iowa, United States) – See all my reviews

A Crypt episode relying in clever writing and deadpan performances from a remarkable cast is pulled off well, despite it's lack of bloodshed and gore. John Stamos is Johnny, a young gigolo romancing an elderly mob-(Eileen Brennan). When the mobster discover's Johnny's affair with a young waitress (Kate Vernon), a swath of betrayal, bullets, and twists will be carved over the next twenty-odd minutes. Robert Picardo (Innerspace) and Frank Stallone add a touch of class as the mobster's head goons. Some of the episode's action is tepid, a little b-movie-ish, but the end is delightfully mean natured. Fun Fact: The Cryptkeeper's sportscaster routine in the opening features the name of some Crypt-artists and participants as he reveals ooze on first.


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