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August 25, 1969
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- The full moon is about to rise over Collinwood. This is the night that Quentin Collins has been dreading, but his most terrible dreams have never been as awful as this moment. For now, with the moon about to rise, Quentin Collins is trapped by the hated Gregory Trask, knowing there is no way to keep Trask from seeing him change from man to beast.
Trask torments Quentin as they wait for the moon to rise. Yet at moonrise, Quentin remains unchanged, and demands to be released. Trask, believing that he has recovered his written confession for the murder of Minerva, releases Quentin, but vows to destroy him.
At the Collinsport Inn, Tim Shaw and Amanda Harris continue to plot to use Trask's lust against him.
Quentin questions Petofi, who has just brought the protrait of Quentin to Collinwood, but Petofi will only reveal that his cosmic plan for Quentin is just beginning to unfold. Later, Quentin is aghast to see that the portrait has transformed into an image of the werewolf.
As Amanda is installed at Collinwood by Trask, her charms do not escape Quentin's notice; and afterward, Amanda's reluctance to go through with Tim's plan evaporates.
Memorable quotes Edit
Dramatis personae Edit
- Thayer David as Count Petofi
- David Selby as Quentin Collins
- Jerry Lacy as Gregory Trask
- Don Briscoe as Timothy Shaw
- Donna McKechnie as Amanda Harris
Background information and notes Edit
- There are no credits or cast list for this episode.
- Collinsport 46 contacts Tim Shaw at the Collinsport Inn.
- INTERNAL MONOLOGUE: Gregory: Final resting place; Quentin: If the miracle hadn't happened.
Bloopers and continuity errors Edit
- Don Briscoe accidentally snorts when he plans what Amanda should say to Gregory.
- Over drinks in the drawing room of Collinwood, Quentin denies that Count Petofi is reponsible for Quentin's failure to transform into a werewolf that evening. They both seem to struggle to contain a giggle in the middle of Quentin's line of dialogue: "If you were, you'd be claiming all the credit for it, putting the stamp of Petofi on me."