Tales from the Crypt (1989–1996)
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You, Murderer 

Plastic surgery makes a criminal look like Humphrey Bogart. Years later, he's a successful businessmen. His angry wife finds out about his past and threatens him. He asks his plastic surgeon friend to end her. Twist after twist ensues.

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Lou Spinelli (archive footage)
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Erika
Robert Sacchi ...
Lou Spinelli (voice)
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Crypt Keeper (voice)
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Doris
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Paramedic #2
José Rey ...
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Plastic surgery makes a criminal look like Humphrey Bogart. Years later, he's a successful businessmen. His angry wife finds out about his past and threatens him. He asks his plastic surgeon friend to end her. Twist after twist ensues.

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25 January 1995 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The season six, episode fifteen, "You, Murderer", was the only episode that used computer graphics imagery. This was for "resurrecting" the long deceased Humphrey Bogart, by using old films to digitally insert his face on either a stand-in, or a dummy, in scenes where the main character's face is shown in mirrors and other reflective surfaces, since the whole episode is seen through his point of view. The effects were done by Industrial Light & Magic, which also previously worked on Robert Zemeckis' Oscar winning film, Forrest Gump (1994). See more »

Goofs

Dr. Oscar observes and points out two dents in Lou's head after being killed with the statue, but the dents aren't visible in any of the following shots of Lou's reflection. See more »

Quotes

Lou Spinelli: I had decided that this wasn't hell. Hell couldn't possibly be this stupid.
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Spoofs Forrest Gump (1994) See more »

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Tales from the Crypt Theme
Composed by Danny Elfman
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Here's Looking At Ewe, Kid.
13 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

This episode stand out in my memory as one of the greatest and strangest episodes to date. I would have to had seen it once again to recall the details but I believe it uses the same First Person Narration/Perspective as the episode 'Abbra Cadaver' in Season 3 of the series and is in black & white. The plot centers around a Humphrey Bogart style character, following his appearance in Casablanca in the 1940's and those whom he encounters and the events leading up to his demise. John Lithgow also has a stellar role in this episode, but a much more serious role than his typical wacky 3rd Rock From The Sun style. I can't wait for this season to arrive on DVD so i can watch this episode once again.


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