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Cheap and cheerful short-story series that sometimes
looked as though it was shot on a home video camera. The acting was low
key, the effects were weak, but despite that the stories were often
entertaining. It was run first of all in the TVS region, in the Night Time
slot. The other regions were not quick to pick it up.
Executive Production: Excel Telemedia
International Corporation Producers: Nathan Klien and James Percelay Music: Paul Mesches
A PMA Production
5 colour 15-minute episodes
UK Screening: 20th March - 24th April 1992
A pathologist discovers that the latest item in her
specimen collection is the hand of a mad murderer.
(20th March 1992)
Of A Murder
An embezzler murders his partner who then returns to
(27th March 1992)
A greedy man's visit to the dentist is more than he
(3rd April 1992)
Ethan is told to clean out his cupboard, but his parents
won't believe him when he says there is a monster in there. (Ethan's father
was played by one of the show's producers, Nathan Klien.)
(10th April 1992)
(Re-shown 8th May 1992)
Cold Day In July
The part owner of a butcher's shop puts the company's
money on a horse. But it doesn't win.
(24th April 1992)
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