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Old 03-07-2018, 04:17 AM   #46
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The Nazi (Rudolph Hess) episode had a high production value. They actually had everyone dress up in authentic garb of the time, had authentic vehicles of the time, and hired actors to play top Nazi officials. That had to cost some dough and take quite some time to produce.
This was exactly what I was going to post. From a strictly production based standpoint, the Hess segment has to be the very best UM has to offer. It’s pretty much perfect.

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Debbie’s segment is the clear winner.
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The Nazi (Rudolph Hess) episode had a high production value. They actually had everyone dress up in authentic garb of the time, had authentic vehicles of the time, and hired actors to play top Nazi officials. That had to cost some dough and take quite some time to produce.
Sorry, but it is SO riddled with errors.

As far as best-produced segments: Jim Baczkowski
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yes...it just makes you want to go to the grand canyon doesn't it? I love the music in this segment as well.
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For me, it would have to be the Audrey Moate and Thomas Chopard case. The vehicle 'Audrey' drove was a period car, and the woman playing Miss Caroline Slesher should have ended up with an Emmy.

The actress playing Tami Lynn Leppert was also very good, but I had a hard time getting past her hair. I know it was the style of the time, but her bangs are teased so high it looks as if she's wearing a wig.
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The actress playing Tami Lynn Leppert was also very good, but I had a hard time getting past her hair. I know it was the style of the time, but her bangs are teased so high it looks as if she's wearing a wig.
It was definitely a wig, and a terrible one at that. I think they could have done a way better job, even if they didn't want to hire a blonde actress for the role. That wig was almost as bad as the one in the Pamela June Ray segment.
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It was definitely a wig, and a terrible one at that.=
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It was definitely a wig, and a terrible one at that. I think they could have done a way better job, even if they didn't want to hire a blonde actress for the role.
Yeah, it was pretty bad. And the wig looked nothing like the real Tammy's hair. She had frizzy, shoulder length, blonde hair. The wig for the actress was straight and longer to her lower back and very light colored, which sometimes looked silver depending on the lighting of the scene.

Compare that to the Rhonda Hinson segment. The actress (who was so much a dead ringer for the real Rhonda that it bordered on creepy) actually posted here several years back and told us that the UM makeup/hair crew went through the long process of giving her actual hair those Farah Fawcett like curls, which was the style Rhonda and many girls from the early 80's wore.

But with the Tammy Leppert segment, it looks like they bought a cheap looking wig from the dollar store and put it on an actress who, granted she was pretty, didn't look at all much like the real Tammy. Maybe they were on a time budget and had to film in a hurry. This segment was filmed before the production values went down.
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God yes Audrey Moate, also Georgia Rudolph. Agatha Christie probably gets my top vote. The actors were very good amd the sepia tone set the mood
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Aside from the ones already mentioned:

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Clarence Roberts.

The concluding sequence in that graveyard is one of the best in the whole series, IMO.
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