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The Crystal Skull 

Penniless recluse Orvy Potter has just passed away. In his will, he has bequeathed a Mexican crystal skull to May. Orvy states in a note to May that the skull has psychic powers, but also ... See full summary »

Director:

Ken Jubenvill

Writers:

Kevin Sullivan (creator), Arnold Margolin

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Shirley Douglas ... May Bailey
Cynthia Belliveau ... Honey Sutton (credit only)
Kathryn Greenwood ... Grace Bailey
Dylan Provencher Dylan Provencher ... Hub Bailey
Tyrone Savage ... Fat Bailey
James Carroll James Carroll ... Max Sutton
Robin Craig ... Toppy Bailey
Dalene Irvine Dalene Irvine ... Maisey McGinty
Philip Granger ... Eddy Jackson
Christopher Bondy Christopher Bondy ... George Murphy
Rodger Barton Rodger Barton ... Sgt. Stoneman
Debra McGrath ... Reenie Bigelow
Peggy Mahon Peggy Mahon ... Iris Barlow
Françoise Vallée Françoise Vallée ... Martha Wanless
Kristin Fairlie ... Ruby Trammel
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Penniless recluse Orvy Potter has just passed away. In his will, he has bequeathed a Mexican crystal skull to May. Orvy states in a note to May that the skull has psychic powers, but also contains a curse that will be unleashed to anyone who disposes of it unwisely. Despite not having any emotional ties, Orvy's bequest to May was because he figured she of everyone he knew would know what to do with it. May thinks that claims of the skull's powers are nonsense, but Grace, Toppy, Fat and Maisey are intrigued. Grace and Toppy decide to test Orvy's claim regarding the skull; one by one, the questions they ask of the skull are answered in some fashion. News of the skull's powers quickly spreads among town, especially to May's friends and even Sergeant Stoneman, who wants to consult the skull on some unsolved petty theft cases. May is still skeptical until she inadvertently gets an important answer to a personal question in the presence of the skull. In another situation, she has a dream in... Written by Huggo

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Genres:

Drama | Family

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 February 1999 (Canada) See more »

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References The Woman I Stole (1933) See more »

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