Tales from the Darkside (1983–1988)
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Ring Around the Redhead 

Death Row inmate Billy Malone tells a journalist of how he survived an earthquake and found a portal to another dimension. Out of that portal popped young Keena, whose ensuing relationship with Billy seals his fate.

Director:

Theodore Gershuny (as Ted Gershuny)

Writers:

Theodore Gershuny (teleplay) (as Ted Gershuny), John D. MacDonald (story)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
John Heard ... Billy Malone
Penelope Ann Miller ... Keena (as Penelope Miller)
Caris Corfman Caris Corfman ... Adele
Greg Thornton Greg Thornton ... Jimbo
John Snyder ... Guard
Paul Sparer Paul Sparer ... Narrator (voice)
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Storyline

Death Row inmate Billy Malone tells a journalist of how he survived an earthquake and found a portal to another dimension. Out of that portal popped young Keena, whose ensuing relationship with Billy seals his fate.

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Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 October 1985 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Tales from the Darkside Theme
Composed by Donald Rubinstein
Written by Erica Lindsay
Co-written by Donald Rubinstein
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Features the incandescent personalities of John Heard and newcomer Penelope Ann Miller
13 February 2007 | by b-jacobsonsSee all my reviews

"Tales From The Darkside: Ring Around the Redhead" is the godchild of "The Twilight Zone" and "Alfred Hitchcock Presents". Lovers of wronged-men suspensers, sci-fi fantasies, and ethereal beauties simply can't go wrong with this one. It features the incandescent personalities of John Heard and the brand-newcomer Penelope Ann Miller...and an ending to die for. The traditional mixed genres that came out of radio and grew into unforgettable post-war television series continue to serve the imagination of millions everywhere. Stories like this one attract both child and adult alike. And as is often the case in American TV, there is the added charm of the two stars' unique talents...


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