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The Chimes at Midnight 

After Vincent entrusts Snow's ring to Diana, she quickly discovers Gabriel's henchman have targeted her and soon kidnap her and take her to Gabriel. Meanwhile, Vincent's son has fallen ill ... See full summary »

Director:

Ron Perlman

Writers:

Ron Koslow (created by), Linda Campanelli | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ron Perlman ... Vincent
Jo Anderson ... Diana Bennett
Roy Dotrice ... Jacob 'Father' Wells
Jay Acovone ... Deputy D.A. Joe Maxwell
Stephen McHattie ... Gabriel
Kenneth Kimmins ... Doctor
John Lehne John Lehne ... Jonathan Pope
Steven Gilborn ... Martin
Leonard R. Garner Jr. ... Carlo (as Lenny Garner)
Tom Donaldson Tom Donaldson ... Nash
Steve Mittleman Steve Mittleman ... Sonny (as Steven Mittleman)
Kathryn Spitz ... Rebecca
June Kyoto Lu ... Tenko (as June Kyoko Lu)
Rahla Kahn Rahla Kahn ... Woman
Sol Pavlovsky Sol Pavlovsky ... Stall Owner
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Storyline

After Vincent entrusts Snow's ring to Diana, she quickly discovers Gabriel's henchman have targeted her and soon kidnap her and take her to Gabriel. Meanwhile, Vincent's son has fallen ill and Gabriel convinces Diana to have Vincent surrender to him. Feeling that his son is slowly dying, Vincent surrenders and Gabriel quickly has him locked in a cage but allows him to meet his son for the first time.

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 January 1990 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The title is taken from the following line in William Shakespeare's play 'Henry IV, Part II': "We have heard the Chimes at Midnight". See more »

Quotes

Vincent: Gabriel! He's dying. I can feel him dying. Bring him to me, Gabriel. He needs more than my blood; he needs me. Are you listening? Go to him. Look at him. Touch him. He's dying. Can't you feel it? He's your son only in life, but in death, he's mine. If he dies, you will have lost. Bring him to me. Let him live.
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