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Unholy Wedlock/Elizabeth 

Young bachelor Danny Collier gets into trouble in his quest to marry his fiancée; and thirty-year-old Lisa Corday needs Roarke's help to defeat a dangerous ghost and end a nightmare.

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Rod Holcomb

Writers:

Steve Fisher, Gene Levitt (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Ricardo Montalban ... Mr. Roarke
Hervé Villechaize ... Tattoo
Michael Ansara ... Marco
David Cassidy ... Danny Collier
Tina Louise ... Lisa Corday
Eddie Mekka ... Ken Jason
Misty Rowe ... Christie Collier
Jesse Doran Jesse Doran ... Turner
Anthony Pena ... Policeman (as Anthony Penya)
John Colton ... Hal
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Young bachelor Danny Collier gets into trouble in his quest to marry his fiancée; and thirty-year-old Lisa Corday needs Roarke's help to defeat a dangerous ghost and end a nightmare.

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Language:

English

Release Date:

12 January 1980 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Ginger, the Big Ragoo, and Keith Partridge
5 August 2015 | by stones78See all my reviews

This was a terrific episode, and maybe the best one I've seen so far, and it had the elements I prefer regarding this show. That would be horror, or to be more exact, sinister. Many familiar faces include Tina Louise(a 46 year old playing a 30 year old), Michael Ansara, David Cassidy, Misty Rowe, and Eddie Mekka. Louise did a commendable job as both Lisa Corday AND the evil Countess Elizabeth Bathory, who's famous for killing several young women hundreds of years ago. A few aspects worth mentioning is the eerie candlelit castle where the ghost resides, and the same ghost rising from an old bed covered with cobwebs; these tidbits really added to the creepiness of this story. Obviously, I feel this is the better story of the two, but the other one was still pretty good too, after a slow start. Cassidy was decent as a man looking to actually marry his fiancé, who we never see, but every time he tries going through with the marriage, a weird accident befalls him to prevent it from happening, as he explains to Mr. Roarke. The first half of this story is fairly routine, but things take a quick turn, and this is where Rowe shined a bit, and I didn't expect the story to lead where it finally did. It was a welcome surprise, especially the cameo by Ansara. It's rare when I find both stories to be solid, but that's certainly the case here, especially when my horror need is satisfied.


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