Remington Steele (1982–1987)
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Steele Crazy After All These Years 

A woman from Mr. Michaels college days seeks help solving the mystery disappearance of a mutual friend. It appears an poltergeist is murdering former members of her 1960's anti-war group.

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Laura Holt
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Remington Steele
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Bernice Foxe (credit only)
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Annie Carpenter
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Nat Shavers
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Lynette Mercer
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Hector Sanchez
John C. Becher ...
Dean Percy Winfield
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Jillian Montague
Roger Hampton ...
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A woman from Mr. Michaels college days seeks help solving the mystery disappearance of a mutual friend. It appears an poltergeist is murdering former members of her 1960's anti-war group.

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18 February 1983 (USA)  »

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Steele Crazy After All These Years
29 January 2018 | by See all my reviews

This episode is elevated by an all star cast. Annie Potts (one year before Ghostbusters) Allyce Beasley (two years before Moonlighting) Sharon Stone (nine years before she crossed her legs) Xander Berkeley (eight years before Terminator 2) Tony Plana (two decades before becoming Ugly Betty's dad.)

Michael Murphy attends his college reunion and finds out that one of their friends Dan Kowalski is found hanging from the flagpole in front of the campus building. It seems Dan was part of a group that were anti war protesters which included more violent means of actions. When Remington gets involved there is a theory that a poltergeist might be involved.

A good mix of action, mystery and comedy. One of the stronger episodes because of the before they were famous faces.


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