Queen of Swords (2000–2001)
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Cornered by Captain Grisham and his men, the Queen of Swords escapes into an abandoned mine, and is followed by Grisham himself. Just when he's got her where he wants her, an earthquake ... See full summary »
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Episode credited cast:
Tessie Santiago ... Maria Teresa Alvarado / The Queen of Swords
Anthony Lemke ... Capt. Marcus Grisham
Elsa Pataky ... Vera Hidalgo (archive footage)
Peter Wingfield ... Dr. Robert Helm (archive footage)
Paulina Gálvez ... Marta (as Paulina Galvez)
Valentine Pelka Valentine Pelka ... Col. Luis Montoya (archive footage)
Cristián de la Fuente ... Antonio (archive footage) (as Cristian De La Fuente)
José Sancho ... Don Rafael Alvarado (archive footage) (as Jose Sancho)
David Carradine ... The Serpent (archive footage)
Daisy Fuentes ... Isabel Selvera (archive footage)
Enrique Sarasola Enrique Sarasola ... Sergeant Perez
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Enric Benavent Enric Benavent ... Don Selvera (archive footage)
Dan Fredenburgh ... Teodoro Selvera (archive footage) (as Daniel Fredenburgh)
James Innes-Smith James Innes-Smith ... Latham (as James I. Smith)
Frederick Stuart ... Ramon (archive footage) (as Freddy Douglas)
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Cornered by Captain Grisham and his men, the Queen of Swords escapes into an abandoned mine, and is followed by Grisham himself. Just when he's got her where he wants her, an earthquake traps them inside. With a dwindling air supply, the two foes vow to keep up the good fight - until the bitter end.

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26 May 2001 (Spain) See more »

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Behind the Mask
[Theme from Queen of Swords]
Performed by José Feliciano
Composed by Spencer Proffer and Steve Plunkett
Produced and Arranged by Spencer Proffer
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flashback filler has me gypped
24 October 2015 | by RavenGlamDVDCollectorSee all my reviews

Penultimate episode of one of my favorite TV shows. I've been doing some work on QUEEN OF SWORDS for Wikipedia, and my research told me about an upcoming flashback episode, so this afternoon, while I was confirming my suspicion that today's DVD session would be mostly a repeat, I also got an inadvertent spoiler, something that led me to believe Grisham was going to unmask the Queen. Tore my eyes away, but thought Wikipedia's List of Episodes had given the game away entirely. Settled in for the story, cursing my luck for the spoiler, and was perturbed by the low quality.

Yes, it was shot in a studio in London. It has a completely different feel to it, with bad lighting, supposedly because the inside of the old mine is lit by torches only. Well, if it was an abandoned mine it would not have been lit at all, d-uh!

Apparently, 22 is a magical number in SyndicationTVLand, and if you only really have enough in the budget for 21 episodes, you gotta make a shrewd plan, huh? So this episode has very little new material and was clearly shot on a low budget using only three cast members and one very inept walk-on who, as Sgt. Perez, gave a truly lackluster 'performance'. The whole set-up of Grisham and the Queen being trapped in an old mineshaft reeks of a desperate attempt to bring home the bacon at a bargain basement price.

And, no, Wikipedia did not spoil anything. I only thought I had seen more than I should have.

But the episode is weak, with the new material of shoddy quality, looking even weaker next to those excerpts from great episodes like the pilot and "Running Wild".

I complain so bitterly because this is such a beloved show, and I feel the fans were robbed.


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