McCloud

McCloud Meets Dracula

Season 7, Ep 6, Aired 4/17/77
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  • Episode Description
  • Murder victims are found to be drained of blood, and an elderly star of vampire films is suspected; Chief Clifford is on the hunt for a random sniper.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Dennis Weaver

    Deputy Marshal Sam McCloud, Taos, New Mexico

  • Terry Carter

    Sergeant Joe Broadhurst

  • J.D. Cannon

    Peter B. Clifford, Chief of Detectives, City of New York

  • Dee Timberlake

    Maggie

  • Glen A. Larson

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (17)

    • Loren Belasco: (To a policeman advancing toward him.) We'll fly together to eternity! (Leaps from tower.)

    • (Atop the Third Street Bridge.) McCloud: Ya know, you've got things confused with your films! This is no role you're playing now! Loren Belasco: Was it a role, or a convenient fa├žade for the Prince of the Undead?

    • (On the Third Street Bridge, McCloud and an officer are climbing up a tower after Belasco.) 2nd Officer: Hey, cowboy, who does he think he is, Batman? McCloud: Dracula.

    • Chief Clifford: (Of the sniper, to Det. Grover and the squad on rooftop stakeout.) So far, he's made his way up 4th Avenue like a military operation. I'm going with the theory that we've got a psycho ex-GI on our hands.

    • Loren Belasco: (After emerging from coffin, hearing her scream.) Really, Miss Coughlin. I'd have thought you'd have been more amused.

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    Notes (1)

    • The Third Street Bridge where the final confrontation takes place is evidently, and perhaps with some humor, another bridge entirely.

    Trivia (1)

    • (Starved for information about the case, the newspaper prints a curous headline as "a joke to sell some papers".) CREATURE FROM SPACE or Bureaucratic Snafu

    Allusions (1)

    • Late Night Manhattan Film Festival: "Dracula Week"
      Chris Coughlin watches House of Dracula (1945, dir. Erle C. Kenton) on television.

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