The Immortal (1969–1971)
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My Brother's Keeper 

Director:

Charles R. Rondeau (as Charles Rondeau)

Writers:

Bob Duncan (teleplay & story), Wanda Duncan (teleplay & story) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview:
Christopher George ... Ben Richards
Michael Strong ... Jason Richards
Don Knight ... Fletcher
Marj Dusay ... Allison Richards
James Sikking ... Administrator
Michael Masters ... Dalby
Frank Orsatti Frank Orsatti ... Heavy
Tom Stewart Tom Stewart ... Assistant
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Language:

English

Release Date:

14 January 1971 (USA) See more »

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Paramount Television See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The title is derived from the common expression: I am not my brother's keeper. See more »

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Final episode of the cult TV-series shows a devastating dip in inspiration...
18 June 2009 | by moonspinner55See all my reviews

"Where would you hide if you had million-dollar blood?" Last episode from "The Immortal" TV series has Christopher George's Ben Richards on the run from wealthy, evil Arthur Maitland and his pack of goons, finally locating his long-lost biological brother...or so he thinks! Seems Jason Richards suffered a cracked skull while serving in the military and awoke with amnesia. Unfortunately, the casting of Michael Strong in the role of Jason was a fatal misstep--he doesn't seem the type to be immune to age-progression, and in fact looks gray and frail enough to be convincing as Chris George's father! The show's focus has completely segued from taut storytelling to fisticuffs and stunt-work, while star-hero George is grim and tight-lipped throughout. Small wonder this series only lasted a single season; there's no driving force behind the narrative--just faceless bad guys versus the good guy--and no brains, either. The teleplay is illogical, the direction lax, and the voice-over narration at the climax a cheat. Goodbye "Immortal"!


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