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Teacher's Aide/Paladin of the Lost Hour 

"Teacher's Aide": A teacher at a tough inner-city school is possessed by a malevolent spirit. "Paladin of the Lost Hour": An old man with a special watch bonds with a tormented veteran.

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(as Alan Smithee), (as B.W.L. Norton) | 1 more credit »

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Ms. Peters (segment "Teacher's Aide")
Adam Postil ...
Wizard (segment "Teacher's Aide")
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Trojan (segment "Teacher's Aide") (as Miguel Nunez)
Josh Richman ...
Fury (segment "Teacher's Aide")
Fred Morsell ...
Hugh Costin (segment "Teacher's Aide")
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12th Grader (segment "Teacher's Aide")
Sarah Partridge ...
Student Teacher (segment "Teacher's Aide")
Richard Brainard ...
Younger Brother (segment "Teacher's Aide")
Susanne Sasson ...
Jennifer (segment "Teacher's Aide")
Al Christy ...
Security Guard (segment "Teacher's Aide")
Noelle Harling ...
Amanda (segment "Teacher's Aide")
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Gaspar (segment "Paladin of the Lost Hour")
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Billy Kinetta (segment "Paladin of the Lost Hour")
John Bryant ...
Punk #1 (segment "Paladin of the Lost Hour")
Corkey Ford ...
Punk #2 (segment "Paladin of the Lost Hour") (as Corky Ford)
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"Teacher's Aide": A teacher at a tough inner-city school is possessed by a malevolent spirit. "Paladin of the Lost Hour": An old man with a special watch bonds with a tormented veteran.

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8 November 1985 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Mina Gaspar died in January 1966. See more »

Quotes

Gaspar: You show me anyone who'll eat lima beans without being at gunpoint, and I'll show you a pervert!
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References Lost Horizon (1937) See more »

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Silly Monster Episode/The Course of True Love
28 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Having been a public school teacher for over forty years, I could relate to the urge to do what Adrienne Barbeau did to those jerks. Of course, she was possessed. I don't know what the deal was with that school, but had it been realistic, there would have been something positive about it. This is a base monster movie with little to recommend it. The second episode was much better. It features Danny Kaye as a wise old man who has a magical watch. It seems that once the Pope had to reset the clocks in the world and as a result and hour was lost. But this is a story about friendship between two men, both of whom have suffered inestimable losses. One is a guy who was still alive after facing near certain death in Vietnam. The other who misses his wife desperately. They are strangers at first but form a loving bond. It's quite a wonderful, well written episode.


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