Actor admitted he had trouble finding work after show's cancellation
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New anthology mystery series gets outstanding use out of its two visitors from the movies
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A member of the Five-Timers Club makes his return to Studio 8H
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Includes:Lola (1969), MPAA Rating: PG Cold Sweat (1970), MPAA Rating: PG Someone Behind the Door (1971) Lola A couple tries to hold their relationship together despite the twenty-three year gap in their ages in this romantic comedy/drama. Scott Wardman (Charles Bronson) is an 39-year-old American author living in England who supports himself by writing pornographic novels. Scott meets Twinky (Susan George), an attractive young woman who tells him she's almost 20. Scott quickly falls for her beauty and charm, but he discovers her definition of "almost" is looser than that of most people -- it seems Twinky is only 16 years old. In a moment of romantic impulse, Scott and Twinky travel to Scotland and get married, but Twinky's parents are less than enthusiastic when they hear the news. Scott soon brings his new bride to New York City to meet his friends, and while they're not as upset, they have a hard time believing this is true love, especially after the differences in Scott and Twinky's ages become increasingly apparent. Lola (also released as Twinky) was an early film credit for director Richard Donner, who at the time was still best known for his work in television. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide Cold Sweat From Dr. No director Terence Young comes this action thriller starring Charles Bronson as Joe Moran, an ex-con whose old gang of drug dealers has just been released from prison. When it turns out the thugs have been holding a grudge against him, they kidnap Moran's wife, played by Liv Ullmann. In order to get her back and get his revenge, Moran is forced to take on the whole crew by himself. Written by Albert Simonin and Shimon Wincelberg, Cold Sweat was based on the novel Ride the Nightmare by Twilight Zone scribe Richard Matheson. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Someone Behind the Door Larry (Anthony Perkins) is not someone it is wise to cross, as his wife Frances (Jill Ireland) discovers. In this English-language French melodrama/thriller, Larry uses his skills as a neurologist and brain surgeon in an attempt to manipulate a hapless amnesiac (Charles Bronson) into murdering his wife and her lover. The amnesiac was found on a beach along with the body of a dead woman, and he is already suspected of her murder--why not add another to the list? ~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide
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The series ends prematurely with one final sacrifice
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Where do 'Ant-Man,' 'The Hobbit' and 'Twilight Zone' end up?
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No word on what this means for a 'Tron' sequel or 'The Black Hole'
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It is sad to see him go, but he leaves behind an amazing body of work
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Will M. Night Shyamalan ever get a fair shake again?
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The iconic genre writer is set to co-write the new version with his son