Thriller: Season 2, Episode 25

The Bride Who Died Twice (19 Mar. 1962)

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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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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 ...
Monsignor
Natividad Vacío ...
Proprietor of the Cantina
Alberto Monte ...
1st Guerrilla
Roberto Contreras ...
2nd Guerrilla
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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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Huh?!
14 April 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

"The Bride Who Died Twice" is set in a fictional South or Central American dictatorship. The leader for life wants a woman and is willing to do anything to get her. But, she has a boyfriend and el Presidente orders his general to send this man to his certain death so he can have the girl for himself. Sounds familiar? It's the story of David and Bathsheba from the Old Testament--updated, of course, and with some plot twists reminiscent of Romeo and Juliet!

Early on in the series, I did not particularly like "Thriller" because I assumed it would be a bit like "The Twilight Zone" or "The Outer Limits". However, despite being hosted by Boris Karloff, the first few episodes were about such mundane topics as crime and a woman posing as a dead lady. There were no twists or creepiness to the episodes at all. Fortunately, as the show progressed, the writing improved and the show got very creepy. But, even with improved scripts, there were still, from time to time, some real duds that didn't seem to fit in the series- -and "The Bride Who Died Twice" is clearly a dud. The acting isn't bad but there is no horror, supernatural or even interesting plot elements! It never engaged me and seemed like a show better off included on some other anthology series. See it for yourself and you'll no doubt see what I mean. Dull and not particularly enjoyable.


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