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"The X-Files" Eve (1993)"The X Files" Eve (original title)

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The X-Files: Season 1: Episode 11 -- Mulder and Scully search for two girls who disappeared after their fathers were murdered in an identical fashion.


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Original Air Date:
10 December 1993 (Season 1, Episode 11)
Mulder and Scully search for two missing girls who disappeared after their fathers were murdered in an identical fashion. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

David Duchovny ... Fox Mulder

Gillian Anderson ... Dana Scully

Harriet Sansom Harris ... Dr. Sally Kendrick / Eve 6 (as Harriet Harris)
Erika Krievins ... Cindy Reardon - Eve 10
Sabrina Krievins ... Teena Simmons - Eve 9

Jerry Hardin ... Deep Throat

George Touliatos ... Dr. Katz

Tasha Simms ... Ellen Reardon
Janet Hodgkinson ... Waitress
David Kirby ... Ted Watkins
Tina Gilbertson ... Donna Watkins
Christine Upright-Letain ... Ms. Wells
Gordon Tipple ... Detective
Garry Davey ... Hunter
Joe Maffei ... Guard #1
Maria Herrera ... Guard #2
Robert Lewis ... Officer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Diane Brown ... Hunter's wife (uncredited)

Finn Michael ... Joel Simmons (uncredited)
Derek Peakman ... Doug Reardon (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Fred Gerber 
Writing credits
Chris Carter (created by)

Chris Brancato (written by) &
Kenneth Biller (written by)

Produced by
Larry Barber .... co-producer
Paul Barber .... co-producer
Chris Carter .... executive producer
Joseph Patrick Finn .... line producer
Alex Gansa .... supervising producer
R.W. Goodwin .... co-executive producer
Howard Gordon .... supervising producer
Glen Morgan .... co-executive producer
Paul Rabwin .... co-producer
James Wong .... co-executive producer
Original Music by
Mark Snow 
Cinematography by
John S. Bartley 
Film Editing by
Stephen Mark 
Casting by
Rick Millikan 
Art Direction by
Graeme Murray 
Set Decoration by
Shirley Inget 
Costume Design by
Larry S. Wells  (as Larry Wells)
Makeup Department
Stacey Butterworth .... wig maker
Fern Levin .... makeup artist
Malcolm Marsden .... hair stylist
Production Management
Joseph Patrick Finn .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tom Braidwood .... first assistant director
Suzan Derkson .... third assistant director
Collin Leadlay .... second assistant director (as Collin Leadley)
Art Department
Liz Goldwyn .... assistant set decorator
Kenneth H. Hawryliw .... property master (as Ken Hawryliv)
Rob Maier .... construction coordinator
Christopher Parker .... set dresser
Sound Department
Thierry J. Couturier .... supervising sound editor
Chris Higgins .... sound: second unit
Rick Hinson .... sound effects editor
Maciek Malish .... dialogue editor
Michael T. Williamson .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Manuel Beccaro .... special effects assistant
David Gauthier .... special effects
W.A. Andrew Sculthorp .... special effects
Terence 'Doc' Popolo Rubbio .... special effects crew (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
John Basset .... visual effects coordinator (remastered version)
Mat Beck .... visual effects producer
Simon Haslett .... digital effects artist
Jordan Hassay .... lead compositor: remastered version
Matthew Mullarkey .... visual effects artist
Paul Patrick Quinn .... vfx facility producer (1993-2002)
Michael Van Fleet .... systems administrator: remastered version
Ken Kirzinger .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Al Campbell .... key grip
Chris Helcermanas-Benge .... still photographer
Dan Henshaw .... second assistant camera
Marty McInally .... focus puller
Rob Parisien .... video playback operator
Rod Pridy .... camera operator
Dave Riopel .... dolly grip
David Tickell .... chief lighting technician
Casting Department
Lynne Carrow .... casting: Vancouver
Randy Stone .... original casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jenni Gullett .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Mark Nowicki .... colorist (digitally restored version)
G.R. Potter .... post-production coordinator
Ron South .... assistant editor
Music Department
Jeff Charbonneau .... music editor
Transportation Department
Bob Bowe .... transportation coordinator
Stephen Carr .... driver: cast
Tana Tocher .... driver: cast (uncredited)
Other crew
James Castle .... title designer
Louisa Gradnitzer .... location manager
Roberta Henriksen .... production coordinator
Wendy Mclean .... script supervisor (as Wendy McLean)
Anita Meehan-Truelove .... assistant production coordinator (as Anita Truelove)
Scott Steyns .... playback coordinator
Mike Sudrow .... weapons specialist
Angela Will .... production accountant

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Chris Carter  created by

Production CompaniesDistributors

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"The X Files: Eve (#1.11)" - USA (original title)
44 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

The footage shown on the television (the cartoon cats and following news segment) is the same footage used in _"Millennium" Human Essence (1998)_.See more »
Errors in geography: Highway 49 in California is nowhere near Point Reyes.See more »
Mulder:Pot-ay-toe, pot-ah-toe.
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Movie Connections:
References The Silence of the Lambs (1991)See more »


Did the rock band Eve 6 name themselves after this episode?
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11 out of 50 people found the following review useful.
You can't be serious?, 17 August 2008
Author: ametaphysicalshark from

The only script by Chris Brancato and Kenneth Miller (thank God!), whose credentials include "Species II" and "Beverly Hills 90210" (eek!), the concept behind "Eve" is silly, and the execution does nothing to improve on the base idea, with little good dialogue, no good character moments, and lots and lots and LOTS of stupid, scientifically laughable technobabble.

I really expect more from "The X-Files". Seasons 2 through 8, even with some lulls in quality, rarely featured episodes as generally dumb as this one, and for all the praise for the twin girls' acting among fans, they're pretty laughable really. This is exactly the sort of episode that makes season one so much weaker than most seasons of this show, and considering that it's supposed to be a highlight of the season in terms of standalone episodes shows how weak this is, generally.


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