Count Dracula is alive and well and teaching college in 1979 under false identity. However, someone is still trying to stop his evil plans. Originally aired as part of NBC's Cliffhangers TV series which featured three revolving serials.
In 19th century Wyoming, a U.S. marshal discovers a secret futuristic underground city run by a supervillain bent on conquering the surface. Originally aired as part of NBC's Cliffhangers TV series which featured three revolving serials.
Matt and George investigate a series of strange occurrences involving Newcomers, who are found to be programmed to carry out someone's dirty work. The method by which they are brainwashed ... See full summary »
When Detectives Sikes and Francisco are presented with the mysterious death of an Eeno, Matt is stupefied to discover that George had rudely snubbed the case. He, like most Newcomers, ... See full summary »
Stop Susan Williams was part of the Cliff Hangers TV series which featured three revolving serials. Susan Williams is a journalist whose investigation of her reporter brother's murder takes her around the world in pursuit of bad guy Anthony Kort. Susan narrowly escapes death episode after episode.Written by
Susan Anton starred in the feature film Golden Girl with Bruce Jenner See more »
Originally broadcast as part of the series "Cliffhangers." It was not completed prior to the series being cancelled. The complete story was edited together into the TV movie The Girl Who Saved the World (1979). See more »
I always looked forward to Tuesday nights to see the latest installments of the three stories. Of the three, my personal favorite was "Stop Susan Williams"...and it was great fun watching Susan Anton as the heroine getting herself out of every situation thrown at her. I was very disappointed when NBC cancelled the series (at least "The Curse of Dracula" ended beforehand; the whole purpose of that was to begin a brand-new "Cliffhanger" story while "The Secret Empire" and "Stop Susan Williams" conclude and another new story would circulate in place), but at least I got the chance to see the full-length movie version of "Williams" (as "The Girl Who Saved the World"). I would love to see this show again...maybe Sci-Fi Channel would consider rerunning it for awhile.
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