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Kolchak: The Night Stalker: The Trevi Collection

Fashion models and snitches are being murdered and the only link is Madame Trevi and her salon. When Carl starts to poke around, he finds evidence that witchcraft may be involved.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x14
Airdate: Friday January 24th, 1975

Director: Don Weis
Writer: Rudolph Borchert


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Guest Stars
Chuck WatersChuck Waters
As Mickey Patchek
Recurring
Dennis McCarthyDennis McCarthy
As The Figure
Recurring
Bernie KopellBernie Kopell
As Doctor
Beverly GillBeverly Gill
As Melody Sedgwick
Diana QuickDiana Quick
As Ariel
Douglas FowleyDouglas Fowley
As Superintendant
George ChandlerGeorge Chandler
As Model Agency Manager
Henry SlateHenry Slate
As Hood #2
Lara ParkerLara Parker
As Madelaine
Marvin MillerMarvin Miller
As The Lecturer
Nina FochNina Foch
As Madame Trevi
Peter LeedsPeter Leeds
As Photographer
Main Cast
Darren McGavinDarren McGavin
As Carl Kolchak
Simon OaklandSimon Oakland
As Tony Vincenzo

Recap

Tuesday May 2nd, 1:00pm. Mickey Patchek was a snitch, a dealer, a peddler of information. His clothes were as cheap as his reputation. So when he phoned me with some information to sell I was surprised that he wanted to meet me in the heart of Chicago’s chic-chic high fashion district. What started out as a mild surprise culminated in stark raving terror...

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Episode Notes
Don Weis directs his third of four episodes with "The Trevi Collection". The others were #4 "The Vampire", #6 "Fire Fall", and #16 "Demon In Lace".



Episode Quotes
Carl: (opening narration) Tuesday, May 2nd, 1:00pm. Mickey Patchek was a dealer, a snitch, a peddler of information. His clothes were as cheap as his reputation. So when he phoned me with some information to sell, I was surprised that he wanted to meet me in the heart of Chicago's chichi high-fashion district. What started out as mild surprise culminated in stark raving terror.

Carl: He gave me a deadline – with the accent on “dead”.
Tony: Well, threats are the standard situation with newsmen, Carl. You know that. It goes with the territory like the high salary.

Carl: Can you get up out of your chair and walk to the window? Can you make it??
Tony: [arriving at window] Now what do I do? Jump?
Carl: You want me to open the window for you? Look. Look, look down there in the street. See the guy leaning up against the car reading the newspaper?
Tony: Yeah…
Carl: Well, does he look like a scoutmaster to you?!?
Tony: Well look, Carl. We can call the police; they’ll pick him up and shake him down.
Carl: On what charge? Slow reading in public?

Carl: Okay, how much is it?
Witch: There is no charge. A nominal contribution will be appreciated.
(The witch offers a bowl and Carl puts some money into it.)
Witch: Not that nominal.

(Carl has discovered that Madelaine can kill people with a kind of doll.)
Madelaine: I could make you… so important.
Carl: How? By killing off all my enemies? You’d have to buy out a controlling interest in a doll factory for that!



Cultural References
Carl: Yeah, yeah, floats like a butterfly...
Carl is quoting part of prizefighter Muhammad Ali's most famous tagline: "Floats like a butterfly, stings like a bee." It referred to the boxer's tactic of tiring opponents with footwork and then finishing them with fist work.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorJeff Rice
 
Warning: Kolchak: The Night Stalker season 1 episode 14 guide may contain spoilers
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