- A little girl spends her first night in the Great House of Collinwood, a night of strange, weird discoveries. For she finds an ancient telephone, its wires hanging loose. But when she picks up the receiver, she hears a faint voice from the past, a voice which orders her to come to him. She knows not why.
David and Amy hold a seance to contact Quentin, however they don’t reach him. Chris comes to see Amy and Chris tells her he will not be able to take care of her. Carloyn steps in and volunteers to keep Amy at Collinwood. Carolyn and Chris have a drink at the Blue Whale and Chris see the mark of the pentagram on the witness. Later a werewolf breaks into the Blue Whale and kills the waitress.
Memorable quotes Edit
David (about the seance): I've done this lots of times.
Dramatis personae Edit
- Denise Nickerson as Amy Jennings
- David Henesy as David Collins
- Nancy Barrett as Carolyn Stoddard
- Betsy Durkin as Victoria Winters
- Don Briscoe as Chris Jennings
- Alex Stevens as The Werewolf (uncredited)
- Carol Ann Lewis as The Barmaid
Background information and notes Edit
- Alex Stevens is uncredited for his role as the Werewolf, but is instead credited for stunts in the middle of the cast list.
- Alex Stevens's first appearance
- This is the first shot of the werewolf in full makeup.
Bloopers and continuity errors Edit
- David says, "I know what we can do," and Amy sensing a long pause, asks, "What?" After another long pause, David tells her!
- The shadow of a boom microphone can be seen over Carolyn’s head as Vicki takes Chris upstairs to see Amy.
- Amy’s underwear can be seen as Chris picks her up.
- David says something about "I like to feel my relatives..." before changing it to "I like to see my relatives..." and then flubs again when he says, "..you'd be...you'd like..."
- It is getting dark early but the clock on the Blue Whale wall says 1 o'clock so it can't be 1pm or 1am. Later as the bar shuts down, the camera shows us 1am on the clock...which has not moved its hands and it is dark outside and Carolyn has gone. The time moved but the clock hands have not.