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Several members of the Great Lakes Symphony are seeing a mysterious doppelganger of the conductor, Ryder Bond, and then apparently dying from "spontaneous combustion".


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x6
Airdate: Friday November 08th, 1974

Director: Don Weis
Writer: Bill S. Ballinger


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Guest Stars
Carol Ann SusiCarol Ann Susi
As Monique Marmelstein
Recurring
Gary GlanzGary Glanz
As Bert, The Stage Manager
Recurring
Alice BackesAlice Backes
As Dr. Shropell
Carol VeazieCarol Veazie
As Mrs. Sherman
David DoyleDavid Doyle
As Cardinale
Fred BeirFred Beir
As Ryder Bond
Joshua ShelleyJoshua Shelley
As George Mason
Madlyn RhueMadlyn Rhue
As Marie
Marcus SmithMarcus Smith
As Young Man
Martha ManorMartha Manor
As Woman
Patricia EstrinPatricia Estrin
As Felicia Porter
Philip CareyPhilip Carey
As Sgt. Mayer
Virginia VincentVirginia Vincent
As Mrs. Markoff
Main Cast
Darren McGavinDarren McGavin
As Carl Kolchak
Simon OaklandSimon Oakland
As Tony Vincenzo

Recap

Remember the penny arcades that used to be so much fun when you were a kid? For a handful of coins you could test your strength, your skill at a pinball machine. Those arcades were a lot of things to a lot of kids. But there was one particular arcade that represented something special for me. It was here that began one of the most terrifying experiences of my life...

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Episode Notes
Don Weis directs his second of four episodes with "Fire Fall". The others were #4 "The Vampire", #14 "The Trevi Collection", and #16 "Demon In Lace".

This episode marks Carol Ann Susi's last appearance as Monique.



Episode Quotes
Carl: (opening narration) Remember the penny arcades that used to be so much fun when you were a kid? For a handful of coins you could test your strength, your skill at a pinball machine. Those arcades were a lot of things to a lot of kids, but there was one particular arcade that represented something special for me. It was here that began one of the most terrifying experiences of my life.

Tony: (to Carl) Kolchak, when you get back to the swindle and fraud story, write about how you're employed here. Which is one of the biggest swindles in memory!

Carl: Listen to me Markoff. This is your body, here. You are dead. You are not Ryder Bond, you will never be Ryder Bond. Leave Ryder Bond alone. Return to your own body!

Carl: (to Bond in the church) You know what they're gonna do when they take you out of here? They're gonna put you in a hospital. Then you know the first thing they're gonna do? They're gonna give you a sedative...A SEDATIVE! You know what that means...that's just what he's (Carl points up at the spectre) waiting for!

Ryder Bond: He keeps staring at me, makes noises, won't let me sleep. Lord...Lord, he's creeping into my skin...



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