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Time Express

Time Express
Format Fantasy drama
Created by Ivan Goff
Ben Roberts
Starring Vincent Price
Coral Browne
Woodrow Parfrey
William Phipps
James Reynolds
Composer(s) Richard Hazard (all episodes)
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 4
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Production companies Warner Bros
Distributor Warner Bros
Broadcast
Original channel CBS
Audio format Monaural
Original run April 26, 1979 (1979-04-26) – May 17, 1979 (1979-05-17)

Time Express was a short-lived American fantasy TV series, broadcast April–May 1979 on CBS and later syndicated. The series was created by Ivan Goff and Ben Roberts who had both previously been involved in the creation of Charlie's Angels. The series ran for only four episodes before being cancelled.

Series profile

Each episode consists of two tales.[1]

The show stars the husband and wife team of Vincent Price and Coral Browne, playing the roles of Jason and Margaret Winters, the sophisticated hosts of the Time Express, a train that takes its passengers back in time to relive a crucial point in their lives. The train is staffed by James Reynolds as the conductor R.J.Walker; Woodrow Parfrey as the ticket clerk; and William Phipps as Engineer Callahan, who collectively appear in the first three episodes.


Episodes

# Episode titles Guest star(s) Writer(s) Director Original airdate Notes
1 "The Garbage Man" and "The Doctor's Wife"[2] Jerry Stiller, James MacArthur[3] Gerald Sanford[4] Arnold Levan[2] April 26, 1979
2 "The Figure Skater" and "The Copy Writer"[5] Richard Masur, Terri Nunn[3] Pat Fiedler, Stephen Kandel, Richard Bluel[4] Michael Caffey[5] May 3, 1979
3 "Rodeo" and "Cop"[6] Anne-Marie Martin, Marcia Strassman[3] Al Hayes[4] Alan S. Levy[6] May 10, 1979
4 "Death" and "The Boxer"[7] Steve Kanaly, Paul Sylvan[3] Ian Goff[4] Alan S. Levy[7] May 17, 1979 This episode did not feature the train's conductor, ticket clerk or engineer.

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