Rescue 8 (1958– )
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Wes and Skip must avoid an assassin's gunfire as they attempt to rescue a foreign prince from a car wreck.

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Nancy Rennick ...
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Sgt. Frank Hogan
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Prince Raj Tamal
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Namel Pasha
Lou Krugman ...
Panda Lal
John McKee ...
Officer Marty Gray
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Dal Singh
Jacqueline Holt ...
Nora Hogan
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Wes and Skip must avoid an assassin's gunfire as they attempt to rescue a foreign prince from a car wreck.

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17 March 1959 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Nothing exceptional here but...

Directed by the great William Witney, this RESCUE 8 episode is not exceptional here. It is not on the same scale as the one I saw last week, with the bus trapped under a mountain after a titanic explosion. This episode was very unexpected. But the one I am commenting today, well, it bored me. The predictable scheme, but only one little thing woke me up: the music score, especially during the climax. This is EXACTLY the same music score that will be used thirteen years later in NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, when the zombies walk to the farm in the final assault. I heard it again and again to be sure. Positive at one hundred percent. OK, I guess many épisodes in many shows used it. But I nevertheless found that surprising.

That's the only thing that woke me up in this episode, despite Bill Witney's direction.


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