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Roarke's goddaughter, about to marry her unsuspecting fiancé, wants him to rid her of her magical powers; and a scientist hoping to uncover the proverbial missing link winds up facing something he never imagined.

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Mr. Roarke
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Tattoo
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The Great Zachariah
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Kyle Mason
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Madge Nolan
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Elizabeth 'Liz' Drake
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Greg Randolph
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Delphine McNab
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Roarke's goddaughter, about to marry her unsuspecting fiancé, wants him to rid her of her magical powers; and a scientist hoping to uncover the proverbial missing link winds up facing something he never imagined.

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Not much magic
22 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

In what could've been a much better episode, there were way too many familiar faces including Ann Jillian, Vic Tayback, Annette Funicello, Randolph Mantooth, Alex Cord, Doris Roberts, Carl Ballentine, and Elinor Donahue. Let me mention the somewhat good part first, and that revolves around an odd looking creature living under the island, even though it was obviously a guy in a suit. If you've read my past reviews regarding this show, then you know that I prefer the "darker" segments, and while the story in question wasn't that "dark", it did have a cheesy monster, and that has to count for something, right? That's about all I got, because most of the rest was either boring, or bordered on the sublime. Jillian plays Mr. Rourke's goddaughter, and it gets a tad annoying when she calls him "uncle", and their a little touchy feely with each other, in my opinion, and I also think they lacked chemistry. The segment she starred in was rather boring, and it revolved around magic, and perhaps the only saving grace was Ballantine's performance, as he was magician in real life. The other segment had decent moments with the monster, but there were also some silly parts too, such as when Cord's character sexually assaults Liz(Funicello), and nothing comes of it, considering he's the one that made her fall into a cave where the monster lives. The other head scratcher is when both men start throwing huge rocks at the monster while he's carrying Liz away, considering they could've hit her in the head also. As I said above, both stories were fairly original, but could've been written better, as they both failed to pack a punch.


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