At a masquerade party, a lonely man dressed as comedian Oliver Hardy is about to leave, when he meets a woman costumed as Hardy's comic partner Stan Laurel ! Captivated with each other, ... See full summary »

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... John Griffths
... Alicia Hart
... Hotel Clerk
Olwyn Chipman ... Party Person #1
Sharolyn Sparrow ... Party Person #2
Michael Healy ... Stockbroker (Bear)
Adrian Paul ... Stockbroker (Bozo)
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At a masquerade party, a lonely man dressed as comedian Oliver Hardy is about to leave, when he meets a woman costumed as Hardy's comic partner Stan Laurel ! Captivated with each other, they run off into the night. They stay in love and in their fantasy, until the man muses if this dream can last ? The woman suggests they see, by playing a game she calls Gotcha ! Written by David Stevens

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Dance of the Cuckoos
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Composed by Marvin Hatley
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Deceptive Conclusion
28 March 2009 | by See all my reviews

The lonely John Griffths (Saul Rubinek) meets Alicia Hart (Kate Lynch) in a masquerade party and they immediately fall in love for each other. They are always laughing together and his life is like a dream. One day, John asks Alicia if their relationship could last since everything ends and she proposes him to play a game that she calls Gotcha! In a very low-budget hotel.

Like many other intriguing and promising episodes of "The Ray Bradbury Theater", the conclusion of "Gotcha!" is a great deception and without explanations. Maybe it makes sense for the readers of Ray Bradbury, but the episode unfortunately has a terrible conclusion. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil: "Gotcha!"


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