DRUMS, NO TRUMPETS
This is the only time in the series where Andrea isn't
wearing her amulet.
Flight: "Oh Zephyr Winds Which Blow On High,
Life Me Now So I Can Fly."
Move Inanimate Object: "Oh Mighty Wind
That Blows so Far, Now Use Your Strength to Push This Car."
Mark Lambert (Fred) made a few guest appearances on
US television in the '70s, including such shows as The Fantastic
Journey, Medical Center and was also in the TV movie The
Quest (re-titled for video release as "The Longest Drive").
After the 1970s, it is unclear what happened to Lambert. The
International Movie Database suggests that he is the same Mark
Lambert who started acting in the U.K. since the 1980s, including
guest shots on such shows as The Bill, Bottom, Cracker, The
Young Ones, but as I know the IMDB can't always be reliable.
If anyone knows for sure whether the Mark Lambert who is a working
actor in the U.K. is the same person or not, please e-mail me.
Christopher Norris (Dorothy) probably achieved
the greatest fame among the guest stars for this episode. Perhaps
best known as Nurse "Ripples" in Trapper John M.D.,
she has also appeared in a number of other projects, including
Wonder Woman, Love Boat, Hotel, Diagnosis Murder, Battle of
the Network Stars, Santa Barbara, Guiding Light and most
recently in Another World as a series regular from 1998-99.
She previously co-starred with Joanna Cameron in the TV movie
"Great American Beauty Contest" as Miss Utah.
Michael Greene (Jim Danch, the chief villain
in this episode) has had a long and varied acting career
dating back to the 1960s. Some projects he's appeared in include
Gunsmoke, Lost in Space, Quantum Leap, Baywatch, Scruples,
"Play it Again Sam", "Moscow on the Hudson",
"Creator", "Batteries Not Included" and the
2001 TV movie "The Day Reagan Was Shot", playing George