The Dresden Files (2007– )
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Pilot: Storm Front 

A college co-ed and a mob henchman are murdered with black magic, and the cheif suspect is Dresden.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lt. Connie Murphy
Susan Rodriguez
Detective Sid Kirmani
Bob / Hrothbert of Bainbridge
Monica Cutler (as Sheryl Miller)
Victor Cutler
Ancient Mai
Grace Cutler
Demon Akiahacaric (as John De Santis)
Jennifer Randall
Tommy Tomm
Shannon Boodram ...
Linda Atwater


A college co-ed and a mob henchman are murdered with black magic, and the cheif suspect is Dresden.

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5 January 2008 (Canada)  »

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This pilot was re- edited and aired as the eighth episode. See more »


Harry Dresden: Hair, blood. For a wizard, they're like the keys to your car. The wrong person gets them and he can take you for a ride, one way, to the desert outside of Vegas, and your very own, newly dug, six by two hole in the ground. Now, thanks to Gimpy, Victor had my hair and my blood, which meant my grave was already being excavated and I had to make sure it stayed empty.
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Want to see the whole thing!
6 May 2007 | by See all my reviews

I really would love to see the entire two hours of Storm Front.

I am sorely disappointed that the Dresden Files seems to be on hiatus, because I have friends who wanted to see the show from the beginning and were disappointed that they would not be repeated this summer.

At the very least, I would like to see the full length of Storm From. Robert H. Wolfe has given me some of my favorite episodes of other shows, such as DS9. I want to watch what this script was like before it got chopped in half.

This is a really good show, and I am certain that it will draw a loyal and diverse audience of intelligent and employed folks, just the sort who buy the things sponsors sell.... So, Sci-Fi Channel, COME ON!

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