After working for two years in the electric workshop of a penitentiary, the electrician Niles Talbot has been promoted to executioner, operating an electric chair, and he appreciates his job. When the death penalty is abolished in his state, Niles loses his job. But he decides to become a vigilante, punishing criminals that are released by justice system. Until the day that the death penalty is implemented again in the state.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
Roy Brocksmith would play a bartender in the episode, "Cutting Cards." See more
electrocuting the female dancer in the cage as he tries by connecting the cables to the cage would actually not work, as the one safe place is inside the cage (cage of Faraday). See more
[talking about the electric chair
They say the electric current's so fast that the brain gets cooked just as soon as the switch is thrown... prisoner never feels a thing. Boy, I'd hate to think that was true.
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