|"The Mandrake Root"|
|Air date||December 10th, 1989|
|Director||Brian Thomas Jones|
|Producers||Michael Gornick; Richard P. Rubinstein; Jan Saunders; Diane Vilagi|
|Starring||Melba Moore; Frankie Faison; Byron Minns; Claudia Silver|
"Half as Old as Time"
"The Mandrake Root" is the tenth episode of season two of the American horror anthology series Monsters and the thirty-fourth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Brian Thomas Jones with a script written by Harvey Jacobs. It first aired in syndication on Sunday, December 10th, 1989. The episode stars Melba Moore as Angela Lyle, Frankie Faison as Jack Lyle, Byron Minns as the Mandrake Root, and Claudia Silver as Maude Villdorf.
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|Melba Moore||Angela Lyle|
|Frankie Faison||Jack Lyle|
|Byron Minns||The Mandrake Root|
|Claudia Silver||Maude Villdorf|
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