One Step Beyond (1959–1961)
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The Peter Hurkos Story: Part 1 

Peter Hurkos, a resistance fighter in Holland during World War II, awakens from a coma and discovers that he not only has psychic powers, but that he can see the good or evil in someone ... See full summary »

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... Peter Hurkos
... Tante Elsa
... Dr. Molhaus
Violet Rensing ... Nurse
Maurice Marsac ... Prof. Grotius
Norbert Schiller ... Albert Breitner
Leni Tana ... Mrs. John Rheinwols
Stephen Bekassy ... John Rheinwols
Will J. White ... Spanish Man
... Himself - Host
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Peter Hurkos, a resistance fighter in Holland during World War II, awakens from a coma and discovers that he not only has psychic powers, but that he can see the good or evil in someone simply by touching them. Soon he is using his powers to help track down a crazed killer. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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19 April 1960 (USA)  »

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First Of Two Parts
16 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

Albert Salmi stars as real life psychic Peter Hurkos, who starts out the episode as a fleeing resistance fighter in Holland during World War II, who suffers an accidental fall from a roof and is hospitalized, left in a coma for several days until he awakens, but after shaking the hand of a departing patient, is astonished to discover that he has the power of second sight, as he correctly predicts that man's imminent death, which will inspire him to use his powers in a stage act, as it proves quite successful, though he still has dark moments between excessive drinking and seeing people's dark pasts that may end ruining his future... Good episode with interesting subject matter.


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