Eerie, Indiana (1991–1992)
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Marshall's Theory of Believability 

Professor Zirchon, renowned authority on the para-believable, announces that an extraterrestrial object he is tracking will land in Eerie. Marshall and Simon hope that they've finally found someone who might believe them.

Director:

Bob Balaban

Writers:

Matt Dearborn (executive story editor), Matt Dearborn | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Omri Katz ... Marshall Teller
Justin Shenkarow ... Simon Holmes
Mary-Margaret Humes ... Marilyn Teller
Francis Guinan ... Edgar Teller
Julie Condra ... Syndi Teller
John Standing ... Professor Nigel Zirchon
Harry Goaz ... Sgt. Knight
Archie Hahn ... Mr. Radford
Gregory Itzin ... The Mayor
Steve Peri Steve Peri ... Old Elvis (as Steven Peri)
Michael J. Pollard ... Claude
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Storyline

Professor Zirchon, renowned authority on the para-believable, announces that an extraterrestrial object he is tracking will land in Eerie. Marshall and Simon are thrilled to see the professor's museum and hope that they've finally found someone who might believe them. Marshall's dad on the other hand, doesn't believe any of it and is worried that Marshall will be disappointed when he discovers that Professor Zirchon is a fraud. Written by Phil G

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Certificate:

TV-Y7
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Language:

English

Release Date:

2 February 1992 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The Eerie news station is WERD-TV (weird). See more »

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