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Tales from the Crypt
Episode 2 : Last Respects

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Episode 2 : Last Respects

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Season 7

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27m

Three bickering sisters left in charge of their late father's struggling curiosity shop come into possession of a cursed monkey's paw, and try to use it to their advantage - with deadly results.


Episodes
Episode 1 : Fatal Caper
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Episode 3 : A Slight Case of Murder
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Episode 4 : Escape
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Episode 5 : Horror in the Night
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Episode 6 : Cold War
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Episode 7 : Kidnapper
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Episode 8 : Report from the Grave
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Episode 9 : Smoke Wrings
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Episode 10 : About Face
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Episode 11 : Confession
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Episode 12 : Ear Today... Gone Tomorrow
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Episode 13 : The Third Pig
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