Ricky Frost has been wrongly convicted of murder and sent to prison, but his musical talent might see him free if he continues to play a certain piano.

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Ricky Frost
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Eddie O'Hara
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Mickey Shaughnessy
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Dr. Puckett
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Max
Cristen Kauffman ...
Ellen
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Thompson (as Tony de Longis)
Burton Collins ...
Shorty
Raymond O'Keefe ...
Guard
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1st Prisoner
James McIntire ...
2nd Prisoner
Chad Krentzman ...
Soldier
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Ricky Frost has been wrongly convicted of murder and sent to prison, but his musical talent might see him free if he continues to play a certain piano.

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11 December 1986 (UK)  »

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Has no narration, at either the beginning or the end - atypical for any "Twilight Zone" show.. See more »

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Ricky's hands never move in musical motion any of the times that he plays the piano. See more »

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Maple Leaf Rag
Written by Scott Joplin
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It Pays to Practice!
30 June 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a decent episode involving a prisoner who is a skilled pianist. He isn't fitting in very well, partly because he was falsely convicted. Piano is his life and one day an older prisoner shows him a dilapidated old piano that had been in the prison for decades. When he starts to play it, he goes back to the Twenties. There is a connection here with the Al Capone era and an event that occurred back then. He is also able to pay back a man who gave him a break.


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