| Season 6, Episode 4 |
#115 in Series
|Network:||CBS-TV / U.S.|
|Air date:||October 21, 1979|
|Written by:|| Writers: Mary-David Sheiner and Sheila Judis Weisberg |
Story by: Susan Straughn Harris
|Directed by:||Bob Lally|
|Production code:||6.4 / 606|
|IMDb||Now You See It, Now You Don't: Part One|
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Now You See It, Now You Don't: Part One was the 115th overall episode of The Jeffersons TV series, also the fourth episode of Season 6. Directed by Bob Lally and written by Nary-David Sheiner and Sheila Judis Weisberg from an original story by Susan Straughn Harris, the episode made its premiere on CBS-TV on October 21, 1979.
Halloween arrives, and everyone is dressing up as their favorite movie stars; but instead of treats it becomes a night of tricks when Louise witnesses a man dressed like a rabbit killing someone.
It's Halloween, and the Jeffersons and the Willises are all gearing up for a costume contest, they're each going as old movie stars. Meanwhile, Harry brings his telescope over onto the Jefferson's balcony to view a specific star, this leads to Louise taking a peek but what she sees is totally unexpected, she sees someone dressed as a rabbit murder someone.
Recurring cast/Guest starsEdit
- Danny Wells as Charlie the Bartender
- Bill Calvert as Wally
- James Calvert as Willy (as Jim Calvert)
- Patrick Collins as Killer Rabbit
- Timothy Gibbs as Binky (as Timmy Gibbs)
- Charles Walker as Policeman Rabbit