Tales from the Darkside: Season 3, Episode 10

Deliver Us from Goodness (30 Nov. 1986)

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Julian Cantrell's bid for mayor in an Alabama town is undermined by his saintly wife Valeria's miraculous behavior. So she decides to change her ways and break the Ten Commandments in order to help Julian get elected.

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Kaiulani Lee ...
Mrs. Valeria Cantrell
Mary Louise Wilson ...
Ruby
Albert Macklin ...
Young Priest
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Julian Cantrell
Bill McIntyre ...
Mr. Tabbitt
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Charlotte Rose Cantrell
Paul Sparer ...
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Julian Cantrell's bid for mayor in an Alabama town is undermined by his saintly wife Valeria's miraculous behavior. So she decides to change her ways and break the Ten Commandments in order to help Julian get elected.

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One of the series worst due to it's lame script.
17 August 2008 | by (Petersburg, Virginia) – See all my reviews

"Deliver Us from Goodness" was an episode of "TFTD" that simply seemed out of place and it just didn't fit due to it's lame and odd uneven script. As really no feel or chills of creep or fright could be found with this light hearted tale. It's theme centers around a Southern family as a woman Mrs. Cantrell(Kaiulani Lee)wants to get her life and her family's image just right for the town so that her husband can be elected mayor of the town. Suddenly she develops a light and glow to try and please people only sometimes she tries to hard and this simply just gives off a bad vibe. Then upon meeting a saint Mrs. Cantrell obtains heavenly power of good it's like all of her sins and bad choices have been forgotten. Really overall a bad episode that just didn't seem to fit the series as the script was just so lame it didn't have any realness to it and the acting and filming seemed cheap and second rate.


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