|"Judy, You're Not Yourself Today"|
|Air date||June 12th, 1990|
|Producers||Richard Donner; David Giler; Walter Hill; Stephen Semel; Joel Silver, Charles Skouras, III; William Teitler; Suzanne Todd; Robert Zemeckis|
|Starring||John Kassir; Frances Bay; Carol Kane; Brian Kerwin; David Dunard; Todd Field; Shari Maier|
"The Ventriloquist's Dummy"
"Judy' You're Not Yourself Today" is the eleventh episode of season two of the horror anthology series Tales from the Crypt and the seventeenth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Randa Haines and written by Scott Nimerfro. It first aired on HBO on June 12th, 1990.
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|John Kassir||The Crypt Keeper|
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- Tales from the Crypt was developed for television by Steven Dodd. It is based on the Tales from the Crypt comic book series, originally published by EC Comics, which ran from 1950 to 1955.
- This episode is available on disc two of the Tales from the Crypt: The Complete Second Season DVD collection.
- "Judy, You're Not Yourself Today" and TFTC: Judy, You're Not Yourself Today" both redirect to this page.
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