Are You Afraid of the Dark?

Season 4 Episode 4

The Tale of Cutter's Treasure (1)

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Oct 29, 1994 on Nickelodeon
8.4
out of 10
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The Tale of Cutter's Treasure (1)
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After opening a treasure chest, Rush Keegan unleashes the ghost of Jonas Cutter, an evil pirate. Captain Cutter kidnaps Rush's little brother, and he must use his instincts to finish what his ancestors started and get his brother back. Both Dr. Vink and Sardo team up with Rush to help him battle the phantom pirate.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • God I miss this show so much.

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    God I miss this show so much, I remember watching this show when it was on Nickelodeon, God that Network had Great Cartoons and Shows Back Then, Oh God I wish that there was an Entire DVD Box Set of these Awesome Cartoons and Shows, because Kids Today don't even know what's good right now, all there is now is the crappy, boring, cartoons, not naming any cartoon shows, I'm about getting tired of seeing JEM and . Joe on the Hub Network Too, I just wish that there was a Network That Only Shows Old Cartoons and Shows, That way Kids Today would be able to watch Good Cartoons, I remember watching Fox Kids, That Network Had Great Cartoons and Shows. For Example, Animaniacs, and Tiny Toon Adventures Taught Me About Comedy, Batman The Animated Series, X-Men The Animated Series, Spider-Man The Animated Series, Have Taught Me About What It Takes To Be A Hero.moreless
  • Frank and Gary team up to tell this tale of magic, wisdom and ancient curses. Ian Keegan gathered up all the power of Jonas Cutter's victims into a tiny dagger. Centuries later, his ancestor opens the chest containing it to avenge their wrongful deaths.moreless

    8.4
    Since this was a two part show, there was more time for character development and other small things to happen. Rush Keegan buys his younger brother a magic set so that he'll leave him alone for the weekend. While he's at Sardo's shop he opens a chest that claims a prize for the opener. The prizes seem worthless...an old dagger and a "busted" spyglass. Despite, he takes the items home and finds that they have much more value than he imagined. Part I was good, even if there wasn't much action until the pirates came.moreless
JoAnna Garcia

JoAnna Garcia

Samantha (Seasons 3-5)

Jason Alisharan

Jason Alisharan

Frank (Seasons 1-4)

Ross Hull

Ross Hull

Gary (Seasons 1-5)

Jodie Resther

Jodie Resther

Kiki (Seasons 1-5)

Daniel DeSanto

Daniel DeSanto

Tucker (Season 3+)

Raine Pare-Coull

Raine Pare-Coull

Betty Ann (Seasons 1-5)

Dominic Zamprogna

Dominic Zamprogna

Rush Keegan

Guest Star

Susan Almgren

Susan Almgren

Mrs. Keegan

Guest Star

Mark Bromilow

Mark Bromilow

Mr. Noise

Guest Star

Richard Dumont

Richard Dumont

Sardo

Recurring Role

Aron Tager

Aron Tager

Doctor Vink

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • In the end, Gary and Frank had to cut their story short because of a thunderstorm.

    • Gary describes each storyteller's style during the campfire scene:

      Gary: Some of us tell stories of adventure(Tucker), other's have tales of the macabre and grotesque(Betty Ann). Some tell stories about real people trapped in an unreal world(Kiki), or heroes searching for the truth(Sam).

  • QUOTES (1)

    • (Story Intro)
      Gary: No two stories are alike, thats beacuase no two of us is alike.
      Frank: Thats why two of us are telling the story tonight.
      Sam: You're kidding. Why?
      Frank: Because it's so major, it needs the best of both of us.
      Gary: It's got magic-
      Frank: And mayhem! It's about an evil power so strong...
      Gary: That it survived for centuries, waiting to rise up and spread it's terror. Submitted for the approval of The Midnight Society, we call this story...
      Frank and Gary: The Tale Of Cutter's Treasure.

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  • ALLUSIONS (0)

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