Thriller

Season 1 Episode 32

Mr. George

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM May 09, 1961 on NBC
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Mr. George
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A little girl is the sole heir to her mother's fortune and her greedy relatives are out to kill her for her money. What they don't realize is this little girl has a supernatural guardian.

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Virginia Gregg

Virginia Gregg

Edna Leggett

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Lillian Bronson

Lillian Bronson

Adelaide Leggett

Guest Star

Howard Freeman

Howard Freeman

Jared Leggett

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The outside facade of the house in this episode was also used as the ouside facade of the Munster home on the TV series The Munsters, (1964-1966).

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Boris Karloff: Our little friend Priscilla is obviously on urgent business. But at a cemetery, you say? Ah, my friends, this is no ordinary child, as you shall see. Oh, no indeed. You see, she has a very special friend and protector resting here. Oh, yes, to the rest of the world her friend is properly deceased and quite quite cold. But since Priscilla is not aware of adult concepts such as life and death, she simply knows that Mr. George has only changed his address. That's the title of our story, "Mr. George." And it concerns the fearful effect his untimely demise has on our leading players. They are Virginia Gregg, Lillian Bronson, and Howard Freeman. And most importantly, Priscilla herself, as played by Miss Gina Gillespie. And Mr. George. I warn you, hold tight to your own concepts of life or death, because before the hour has ended, Priscilla and her special guardian may change them.

  • NOTES (1)

    • This episode is based on the short story "Mr. George" by August Derleth writing under the pseudonym "Stephen Grendon". This story was first published in Weird Tales (March, 1947).

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