Jonathan's nagging wife Pamela, whom he killed after years of being pushed around by her, haunts him. / In 1915, Allied ship finds a confused man in a lifeboat from the Titanic. / British Army Colonel Masters fights his niece's evil doll.
A man kills his annoying wife to be rid of her voice, only to find the situation to be less permanent than he hoped for. A luxury liner picks up an unconscious man in a lifeboat labeled "Titanic" - three years after the ship sank. A British colonel in Victorian era England finds himself being stalked by a hideous looking doll that has been sent as an agent of revenge.
In "The Lone Survivor" episode, The Survivor (John Colicos) refers to himself as a Flying Dutchman made of flesh and bone. A Flying Dutchman is a legendary ghost ship that can never make port and is doomed to sail the oceans forever. See more »
Though both the scenes in India and England are supposed to be happening in the year 1907, In "The Doll", The Colonel refers to her Majesty, and a portrait of Queen Victoria is on the wall, though she died six years earlier, and King Edward VII would be reigning monarch. See more »
'Pamela's Voice' - John Astin plays a man who can't understand how his deceased wife(played by Phyllis Diller) is alive again to torment him with her horrendous voice... Obvious tale will have audience sympathy squarely with Astin!
'Lone Survivor' - A man seems to be doomed to a perpetual state of ship rescue and sinking for some past sin... Effective but predictable tale was already done on "The Twilight Zone".
'The Doll' - A British Colonel comes home to his young niece only to find her in possession of a sinister looking doll which is intent on murder, though two can play this game... Effective segment with a scary looking doll and satisfying twist ending. Best of the three.
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