Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman

Season 3 Episode 6

Halloween II

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Oct 29, 1994 on CBS
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Halloween II
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Dr. Mike helps a former railroad engineer (whose face is disfigured in a train wreck) overcome the ghosts of the past when she performs an operations to restrusture his face. Meanwhile, the townsfolk suspect Michaela is creating a Frankestein monster when she keeps the operation a secret.moreless

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    Chad Allen

    Chad Allen

    Matthew Cooper

    Erika Flores

    Erika Flores

    Colleen Cooper (1993-1995)

    Jane Seymour (I)

    Jane Seymour (I)

    Dr. Michaela "Mike" Quinn

    Shawn Toovey

    Shawn Toovey

    Brian Cooper

    Joe Lando

    Joe Lando

    Byron Sully

    Richard Moll

    Richard Moll

    John

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    Barbara Babcock

    Barbara Babcock

    Dorothy Jennings

    Recurring Role

    William Shockley

    William Shockley

    Hank Lawson

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    Jonelle Allen

    Jonelle Allen

    Grace

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Richard Moll is best known for his role as Bull Shannon on the 80s sitcom Night Court. Ironically, Henry G. Sanders and former cast member Gail Strickland both guest starred on the sitcom.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Michaela: Wait, you can't just…
        Sully: Let him go, let 'im go. You did everything you could for him, everything in your power.
        Michaela: But…
        Sully: You made him a man again, and a man makes his own decisions, and this man decided to walk away.

      • Horace: So the rumors are true!
        Loren: Well, of course they're true, That's how they become rumors?

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • "Halloween II" revolves around the classic novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. It was first published in London, England in 1818. Frankenstein has now been made into several movies and TV adaptations.

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