A ruthless tycoon takes extreme measures to try and force an old lady to sell her property, only to discover that the obstacle standing in his way is the woman's unusual talent for gardening. A funeral home director ends up having his hands full when a vampire makes plans for his own funeral. A couple stop at a roadside diner, where they encounter a jukebox that plays only one song: a tune connected to a tragic romance that took place at the diner years ago.
Did You Know?
The sign on the door to the funeral parlor states, "Silkline's Cut Rate Catafalque." A catafalque (pronounced kada-falk) is raised bier, box, or similar platform, often movable, that is used to support the casket, coffin, or body of the deceased during a Christian funeral or memorial service. See more
In "Green Fingers", Saunders looks at Mrs. Bowen's house and calls it "a crummy stone cottage". The house is frame construction with clapboard siding. See more
References The Phantom of the Opera
Written by Gerald Sanford
, music by Hal Mooney
From the segment "The tune in Dan's Cafe" See more