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I Do Not Belong to the Human World 

Tina Morris has persistent visions of her brother Randy, a soldier presumed killed in action in Vietnam. She receives a telepathic message from Randy in Chinese by "automatic writing," a ... See full summary »

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Alf Kjellin

Writers:

Anthony Lawrence (creator), Stanley Shpetner (developer) (as Stan Shpetner) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Gary Collins ... Dr. Michael Rhodes
Belinda Montgomery ... Tina Norris
Jim McMullan ... Peter Martin (as James McMullan)
Catherine Ferrar Catherine Ferrar ... Nancy Murphy
Kip Niven ... Randy Blake
Bert Freed ... Prof. Calvin Blake
John Milford ... Detective Sgt. Crowell
Christina Crawford ... Betty Blake
Paul Bryar ... Fire Captain
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Tina Morris has persistent visions of her brother Randy, a soldier presumed killed in action in Vietnam. She receives a telepathic message from Randy in Chinese by "automatic writing," a psychic phenomenon in which one receives thought impulses and transcribes them while in a trance-like state. Tina seeks the help of Dr. Rhodes, who believes that Randy may still be alive, and seeking escape from a P.O.W. camp. Unfortunately, somebody close to Randy wants to keep his location a secret, and will use any means, including arson and murder, to hide the truth from Dr. Rhodes.

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Language:

English

Release Date:

15 January 1972 (USA) See more »

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Universal Television See more »
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Mono

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Color (Technicolor)

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1.33 : 1
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The background for this episode is the Vietnam War. This episode aired January 15,1972. Direct U.S. military involvement in the Vietnam War ended on August 15,1973 as a result of the Case- Church Amendment passed by the U.S. Congress. See more »

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Very good start
22 October 2013 | by stones78See all my reviews

This episode started a terrific series, although it seems as if I'm in the minority with that opinion, but this was a surprisingly good segment for a series opener. The Sixth Sense only had a total of 25 episodes, but mostly all of them were interesting with some solid acting performances and original stories. Back to this episode, which stars Belinda Montgomery as Tina Norris, she has visions of seeing a man, who is either her boyfriend/husband/brother(I couldn't tell with the poor editing), being held captive during the Vietnam war; the man is named Randy Blake(Kip Nivin), and the visions weren't the best of the series, but was adequate enough. Look for a very weird performance by Christina Crawford(Betty Blake), the adopted daughter of legend Joan Crawford, as this was her final acting performance, but it adds to the charm of this episode, I suppose. The final sequence of Randy's vision and him being eventually released was a bit underwhelming and seemed a bit rushed, but this is passable for the series opener.


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