"Dr. Angelo Marcabienti", returns home to the small Italian village he grew up in his. His father, also a doctor, is old and tired and "Angelo" wants him to retire and move to the city to ... See full summary »

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Dr. Carlo Marcabienti
Tony Travis ...
Dr. Angelo Marcabienti
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Maria
Elvira Curci ...
Mother Bianchi
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Father Bianchi
Bruno Della Santina ...
Guiseppe
Domenick Delgarde ...
Tony Bianchi
Inez Palange ...
Grandmother Bianchi
Dominica Hauser ...
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Lauren Perreau ...
Francesca Bianchi (as Laurie Perreau)
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"Dr. Angelo Marcabienti", returns home to the small Italian village he grew up in his. His father, also a doctor, is old and tired and "Angelo" wants him to retire and move to the city to live with him, but the townspeople won't let him. When the elder doctor is called to the home of a patient, "Angelo" attends to another patient, but the family won't allow him to operate until the "real" doctor arrives. Will the elder "Marcabienti" arrive in time? Look "Behind The Veil" to find out! Written by Anonymous

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Pretty good.
5 January 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is an odd episode of "The Veil" because everyone in the show except for the two leads talks with thick Italian accents. However, the two doctors are supposed to be Italian--so why no accent? The show begins with Dr. Angelo Marcabient returning home to his small town. He is a very proficient doctor in the big city and his father, Carlo (Boris Karloff) is a small-town doctor--and a very tired one. Carlo is old and his patients keep him VERY busy. Angelo hopes to get his father to retire and come back to the city with him--Carlo will have none of that. Soon after this discussion, Carlo is called away to deal with a patient. Soon after, someone comes looking for Carlo as there is an emergency, so Angelo goes in his place. What happens next is one of those supposedly real (it ain't) cases of the supernatural.

Apart from the missing accents, this was an intriguing and well made show. Like other episodes I've seen from the series, Karloff not only narrated but was one of the principal players in the episode.


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