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"Dollhouse" Epitaph Two: Return (2010)

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29 January 2010 (Season 2, Episode 13)
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Plot:
In the year 2020, events finally come full-circle as Echo and the few surviving Dollhouse staff struggle... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Fantastic Final Concept. See more (6 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Eliza Dushku ... Echo

Harry Lennix ... Boyd Langton (credit only)

Fran Kranz ... Topher Brink

Tahmoh Penikett ... Paul Ballard

Enver Gjokaj ... Anthony Ceccoli

Dichen Lachman ... Priya Tsetsang

Olivia Williams ... Adelle DeWitt

Felicia Day ... Mag

Summer Glau ... Bennett Halverson

Adair Tishler ... Caroline Farrell

Alan Tudyk ... Alpha

Zack Ward ... Zone

Nate Dushku ... Clive Ambrose

Noah Harpster ... Matthew Harding

Christian Monzon ... Romeo
Brandon Dieter ... T
Jim Lindsey ... Active

Maurissa Tancharoen ... Kilo
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jeff Corbin ... SWAT Officer

Kyle Shaw ... SWAT Officer #1

Mark Kubr ... Butcher #3 (uncredited)

Brandon Molale ... X-Ray (uncredited)

Damion Poitier ... Yankee (uncredited)

Jed Whedon ... Man at Table (uncredited)
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Episode Crew
Directed by
David Solomon 
 
Writing credits
Joss Whedon (created by)

Maurissa Tancharoen (written by) &
Jed Whedon (written by) &
Andrew Chambliss (written by)

Produced by
Tim Minear .... executive producer
Joss Whedon .... executive producer
 
Cinematography by
Lisa Wiegand 
 
Film Editing by
Peter Basinski 
 
Makeup Department
André Dubois .... department head hairstylist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matt Buckler .... second assistant director
Imhotep Coleman .... second second assistant director
Angie Read .... dga trainee
W. Scott Wolf .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
James L. Eddy .... assistant property master
Donald S. Foster .... set dresser
Michael Voelker .... on-set dresser
Amy Smith .... art department coordinator (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
William Dotson .... supervising sound editor
Shawn Kennelly .... foley mixer supervisor
Scott C. Kolden .... sound effects editor
Laura Macias .... foley artist
Zeke Richardson .... sound editor
Cathie Speakman .... supervising adr editor
 
Visual Effects by
O.T. Hight .... visual effects artist
Michael D. Leone .... visual effects supervisor
Joseph Silva .... visual effects artist: Lion VFX
Zachariah Zaubi .... digital compositor
 
Stunts
Robert Alonzo .... stunt performer
Clay Cullen .... stunts
John Dixon .... stunt double
Zach Hudson .... stunt double: Alan Tudyk "Alpha" (uncredited)
Mark Kubr .... stunts (uncredited)
Jade Quon .... stunt double: Maurissa Tancharoen 'Kilo' (uncredited)
Lee Whittaker .... stunt performer (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Brian Cantrell .... light board operator
John Farr .... rigging gaffer
Micky Froehlich .... camera operator: second unit
Jay Hunter .... camera operator: "a" camera
Jay Hunter .... director of photography: second unit
Austin Keller .... rigging electrician
Ben Krout .... key rigging grip
Kathryn Moss .... assistant camera (as Kathryn Comkowycz)
Michael Mull .... grip
Dylan Pomerleau .... rigging electrician
Sean Prichard .... dolly grip
Andrea Ruane .... additional dolly grip (as Andi Ruane)
L. Andrew Sigler .... best boy grip
Reza Tabrizi .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Ty Trullinger .... video playback coordinator
Matt Valentine .... camera operator
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Antonina Lerch .... costume cutter/fitter (as Antonina Grib)
Cleo Mannell .... key costumer
Joseph T. Mastrolia .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Richard Flores Jr. .... telecine colorist
Ione Soyangco .... assistant editor
Jim Darby .... on-line editor (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Jonatha Brooke .... composer: theme song
Jonatha Brooke .... performer: theme song
Jessica Garey .... music coordinator
Russ Howard III .... composer: additional music
Andrea von Foerster .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Brian Avery .... production assistant
Daniel Beals .... set production assistant
Tracy Bellomo .... story editor
Josh Botana .... office production assistant
Chris Campbell .... location manager (as Chris Campbell)
Andrew Chambliss .... story editor
Travis Coles .... office production assistant
Dave Landaker .... video and computer playback operator
Nicki Maron .... assistant to executive producer: Joss Whedon / assistant to producers
Brian Peralez .... production assistant
Tammy Thomas .... production assistant
Joy Wingard .... production assistant
Amy D'Alessandro .... titles by (uncredited)
Tammy Dugen .... photo double: Eliza Dushku (uncredited)
Tony Rudenko .... video computer graphics operator (uncredited)
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Elizabeth Craft  2008
Sarah Fain  2008

Costume and Wardrobe Department
Tina Ficaro .... wardrobe supervisor (2008)
 
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Did You Know?

Quotes:
Paul Ballard:I've been knocking 10 years, you still won't let me in.
Echo:I've let you in a few times.
Paul Ballard:When you were sure we were gonna die. What happens if you're sure we're gonna live?
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Movie Connections:
References The Wizard of Oz (1939)See more »
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24 out of 25 people found the following review useful.
Fantastic Final Concept., 5 February 2010
Author: CarmineVendetta from Canada

It's rather unfortunate that "Dollhouse" was sent to the attic. However, I was very impressed with the direction of the final episode. The post-apocalyptic look was very well integrated. You can tell Joss is an enthusiast of classics like Mad Max and other post-apoc. movies because he did this episode so well.

I was glad to see his attention to detail in this final vision of "Dollhouse". My Favourite element was the various clans of people, for example, the Tech Freaks. These were soldiers who are addicted to uploading themselves with the best skill sets and the goal is to be like "Echo". Even the dialogue felt futuristic and appropriate. When Victor was talking to one of soldiers and he was getting aggravated with him, he told him to "Log off". I got a big smile on my face when I heard this because I thought it was such a clever representation of how conversation has changed and what "lingo" is used in their time.

While watching this episode, I kept thinking to myself that Joss should turn this into a feature film. Maybe not "Dollhouse" per se (Although, I'd still watch it if he managed to do that) but more so use the fundamentals of this final episode to create a feature length story out of it. The final episode has so MUCH potential to grow and expand into a powerful story and I have faith that Joss could do it.

He created a movie out of Firefly, I think he could pull it off for "Dollhouse" or more specifically out of this final episode, Epitaph Two: Return.

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