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

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Chris Carter (created by)
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Original Air Date:
10 December 1993 (Season 1, Episode 10)
Genre:
Plot:
Mulder and Scully search for two missing girls who disappeared after their fathers were murdered in an identical fashion. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
User Reviews:
Eve, meet Eve and Eve and Eve. See more (8 total) »

Cast

 (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
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
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
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)
 
Stunts
Scott Hubbell .... marine coordinator (1993-2002)
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

Music Department
Lolita Ritmanis .... orchestrator
John Rodd .... orchestral scoring recordist
Jonathan Sacks .... orchestrator
 
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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"The X Files: Eve (#1.10)" - USA (original title)
Runtime:
44 min
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Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
At one point, Eve 6 says, "I am her and she is me and we are all together", which is a reference to the first line of the song "I Am the Walrus" by the Beatles. ("I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together").See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: At the truck stop diner Mulder and Scully stop at with the two girls, a key is needed to enter the restrooms. However, the doors on the restrooms have no outer locks or keyholes.See more »
Quotes:
Mulder:Abducted.
Scully:Kidnapped.
Mulder:Pot-ay-toe, pot-ah-toe.
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Movie Connections:
Features "Eek! the Cat" (1992)See more »

FAQ

Did the rock band Eve 6 name themselves after this episode?
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Eve, meet Eve and Eve and Eve., 4 February 2013
Author: tyler-and-jack from Edinburgh.

Mulder and Scully set about investigating the death of a man found, exsanguinated, in his back yard and Mulder starts coming up with the usual set of possibilities that makes Scully roll her eyes. However, when a similar death occurs in another part of the country and the duo head on over to check it out they are stunned by what they see. The deceased man had a daughter who is the spitting image of the daughter of the OTHER deceased man. The link between the girls seems to go back to a Dr. Sally Kendrick (Harriet Harris), who has been experimenting in eugenics, with potentially deadly results.

Directed by Fred Gerber and written by Chris Brancato and Kenneth Biller, it's perhaps telling that none of these people ever worked on anything beyond this episode. Some fans, myself included, really enjoyed this little slice of strangeness while others hated it and will cite it as an example of the worst that the show can offer.

Duchovny and Anderson are, of course, great, Harriet Harris is pretty good in both of her roles and twins Erika and Sabrina Krievins do an acceptable job as the two young girls who may be in danger, or who may end up being a danger to others.

It's not up there with the best episodes, but it's far above the very worst and benefits from a fun second half that takes a few interesting twists and turns.

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