Thriller: Season 2, Episode 25

The Bride Who Died Twice (19 Mar. 1962)

TV Episode  |   |  Crime, Drama, Horror
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In a Latin American country, a sinister Colonel forces the Governor's daughter to marry him but she dies on their wedding night-or does she?


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Episode cast overview:
Consuelo De La Varra
Eduardo Ciannelli ...
Gen. De La Varra
Joe De Santis ...
Col. Sangriento
Robert Colbert ...
Capt. Bartolomeo Antonio Fernandez
Carl Don ...
Sgt. Vibora
Peter Brocco ...
Padre Herrera
Alex Montoya ...
Custodian of the Cemetery
Pepe Hern ...
Lt. Contreras
Marya Stevens ...
The Proprietor's Wife
Franco Corsaro ...
Natividad Vacío ...
Proprietor of the Cantina
Alberto Monte ...
1st Guerrilla
Roberto Contreras ...
2nd Guerrilla


In a Latin American country, a sinister Colonel forces the Governor's daughter to marry him but she dies on their wedding night-or does she?

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Once Was Enough
2 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Joe De Santis plays an evil Mexican Colonel named Sangriento who is determined to marry the beautiful daughter(played by Mala Powers) of a general(played by Eduardo Cianelli) or risk death, despite the fact that the daughter is already betrothed to a Captain Antonio, whom the general sends on a dangerous mission hoping it will mean his death, but fate will not be kind to any of them... Dreary, uninteresting and forgettable episode seems like an unfortunate throwback to the few misguided crime episodes of earlier in the series' run. Not what fans wanted or expected from a series which excelled at Gothic horror, which this is most obviously not.

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