Chloroform scenes in television
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TITLE:  Acapulco H.E.A.T.         (1993  US TV)
        Episode:  1 – “Code Name: Checkmate”
Actress:  Susan Pari

TITLE:  Acapulco H.E.A,T.        (1993  US TV)
         Episode:  5 – “Code Name: Million Dollar Ladies”
Actress:  Catherine Oxenburg

TITLE:  Ace of Wands        (1970 UK TV)
          Episode:  Season 1; Story 1; Episode 2 – “One and One and One are Four”
Actress:  Judy Loe
Description:  The very lovely Lulli (Judy Loe) is fleeing some baddies, hiding in some bushes, she sees one of them go past her.  Running in the opposite direction, she runs right into a chloroformed pad held by another of the baddies.  She is placed in the backseat of a car which drives off.  Wake up scene follows.  Unfortunately, this episode of Ace of Wands, like all of the first two seasons, no longer seems to exist.

TITLE:  Adventure Inc.       (2003  US TV)
         Episode: 18 – “The Man Who Wouldn’t Be King”
Actress:  Pooja Shah
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Some bandits kidnap a princess (Pooja Shah) in India, only she turns out not to be the actual princess, but a decoy.  Anyway, she’s chloroformed in bed.  More detail coming soon.

TITLE:  Adventures of Superman         (1953  US TV)
           Episode:  16 – “Mystery in Wax”
Actress:  Phyllis Coates
My Rating:  2 stars
Description:  That pesky reporter, Lois Lane (Phyllis Coates) has discovered the villain’s secret lair, but then she hears them coming, so she hides under a table.  The villainess is sure someone’s there, and during an argument with her henchman, she slams her hand on the table, which swivels down and bops Lois on the head.  She yells out, “Ow!” and is discovered.  The villainess begins to wrestle with Lois, grabbing her close to her from behind in a chokehold.  She yells to her henchman to, “Get the chloroform!”  As he sets off to get it, Lois screams out, “Let me go!”  The villainess, holding the cloth and chloroform, tells the man to, “Pour it on there,” but she does it herself and then holds the cloth over Lois’s face.  Lois lets out a scream as the cloth is held over her face, and the villainess lets out an evil laugh, but the scene dissolves out way before completion.  When next we see Lois, she’s slumped over in a small cell, and there are several nice close ups of the slumbering beauty.  When Superman comes to the rescue, he bends open the bars of her cell, and holds the still unconscious Lois onto her feet, asked if she’s alright, Superman replies, “Yes, she’s just drugged.”

TITLE:  Adventures of Superman         (1956  US TV)
           Episode:  “Dagger Island”
Actress:  Noel Neill
My Rating:  2 stars
Description:  Sitting at her desk, Lois Lane is chloroformed from behind in a brief scene.  After she’s out, she slumps forward onto her desk.

TITLE:  Alarm für Cobra 11 – Die Autobahnpolizei      (1997  German TV)
          Episode:  20 – “Rache ist süss”
Actress:  Charlotte Schwab
My Rating:  2 1/2 stars
Description:  This brunette cop is chloroformed from behind in a good scene.  She drops a glass and at the end, we see her limp legs as she dragged off.  More detail coming soon.

TITLE:  Alarm für Cobra 11 – Die Autobahnpolizei        (2000  German TV)
          Episode: 55 – “Gefährliches Spielzeug”
Actress:  Susanne Caro
Description:  Answering the door, she’s chloroformed by a burly man who lifts her off the floor as he chloroforms her from behind.

TITLE:  Alarm für Cobra 11 – Die Autobahnpolizei        (2004  German TV)
         Episode:  ?
Actress:  Coming soon.
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Alfred Hitchcock Presents         (1988  US TV)
          Episode:  44 – “Houdini on Channel 4”
Actress:  Carolyn Dunn

TITLE:  Alias         (2002  US TV)
          Episode:  23 – “The Enemy Walks In”
Actress:  Jennifer Garner
My Rating:  1/2 a star
Description:  An infuriating scene, Sydney (Jennifer Garner) enters a room, we see an evil doctor clamp a cloth over her face from behind, but she manages to fight him off.

TITLE:  All Souls        (2001  US TV)
          Episode:  1 – “Pilot”
Actress:  unknown

TITLE:  All Souls        (2001  US TV)
          Episode:  6 – “One Step Closer to Roger”
Actress:  Cecile Cristobal; Leah Pinsent; Reiko Aylesworth
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Al salir de clase       (1997  Spanish TV)
          Episode:  “Senisas a senisas”   aka “Ashes to Ashes”
Actress:  ??
Description:  There are a pair of chloros.

TITLE:  Amazing Spider Man         (1978  US TV)
          Episode:  6 – “Escort to Danger”
Actress:  Madeleine Stowe

TITLE:  Angeles        (1999  Mexican TV)
        Episode:  ??
Actress:  unknown
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Pretty brunette is chloroformed in parking lot as she approaches her car.

TITLE:  Anna Lee        (1994  UK TV)
          Episode:  ?
Actress:  Imogen Stubbs

TITLE:  Antivicio        (2000  Spanish TV)
         Episode:  ? – “Poker with Mafia”
Actress:  Carmen Felix or maybe Carmen Elias

TITLE:  A.S. – Gefahr ist sein Geschäft     (1995  German TV)
          Episode:  11 – “Schande”
Actress:  Magdalena Ritter
Description:  Lady is chloroformed from behind and wakes up tape gagged and tied to the ground to some stakes.

TITLE:  Automan         (1984  US TV)
          Episode:  12 – “Death by Design”
Actress:  Anne Lockhart
Description:  I am not sure there is a scene in this episode.  I saw it listed on an old database, but when they re-aired the program on the Sci-Fi Channel, if there was a scene in this episode, it was edited out.

TITLE:  Avengers          (1963  UK TV)
         Episode:  66 – “Dressed to Kill”
Actress:  Anthea Windham
My Rating:  1/2 a star
Description:  In this early Avengers episode, a blonde is rushing to take a pill, and she grabs a glass of water to wash it down, and just after she does, a white cloth comes from behind over her nose and mouth.  Her head is immediately pulled back and out of view.  Scene only lasts about a second.

TITLE:  Avengers        (1967  UK TV)
         Episode:  108 – “The See-Through Man”
Actress:  Diana Rigg
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  An invisible man is stealing government secrets.  Emma Peel (Diana Rigg) is at her flat trying to crack the formula for invisibility in her lap when there’s a knock at her door.  She opens the door, finds no one there, comes back inside, has the door slam behind her and is quickly chloroformed in a nice close up.  More detailed description coming soon.

TITLE:  Avengers         (1967  UK TV)
          Episode:  109 – “The Bird Who Knew Too Much”
Actress:  Diana Rigg
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Emma Peel (Diana Rigg) sets off to retrieve a parrot that may have something to do with secrets being smuggled out of the country.  She hears some noise in a back room, investigates and is chloroformed from the front while another man holds her arms from behind.  Better description coming soon.

TITLE:  Avengers          (1967  UK TV)
          Episode:  113 – “The Correct Way to Kill”
Actress:  Anna Quayle
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  When British and enemy Russian agents are getting bumped off by a third party, they decide to join forces with Emma getting a Russian partner and Steed getting a Russian partner named Olga (Anna Quayle).  They eventually track the bad guys to a chiropodist, and Steed sends in his partner.  Better description coming soon.

This episode is an almost scene for scene remake of an earlier Avengers adventure called “The Charmers;” but in that episode, Steed is tricked when he is given an actress rather than a real agent in exchange for Cathy Gale.  Instead of a chiropodist, Steed and his partner track the bad guys to a dentist, again Steed sends the girl in.  She sits down complaining of a toothache only to be promptly knocked out with gas.  Unfortunately, this scene fades out almost immediately and is shot from behind the girl so we never see her face as she’s gassed.

TITLE:  Avengers         (1968  UK TV)
           Episode:  130 – “Game”
Actress:  Linda Thorson
My Rating:  3 1/2 stars
Description:  Maybe the best of Linda’s many scenes.  A butler is sent to kidnap Tara to bait Steed into a trap (what else is new).  After a tussle, the butler gets the upper hand when he flips Tara over his shoulder and onto the floor.  Pinning her arms over her head from behind in a sort of half-nelson, he reaches into a pocket and pulls out a pre-soaked cloth in a plastic baggie.  He pulls off the plastic baggie with his teeth and begins to move the cloth toward the helpless agent.  I love Tara’s facial expression as she sees the cloth coming toward her face.  Her eyebrows dart up, but she’s powerless to stop it as the chloroform pad is placed securely over her nose and mouth.  After about four seconds, she emits a little “unh” and she’s unconscious, her arms pinned behind her head sway limply.  The pad is removed and we see her mouth is slightly open, and it shuts as the butler moves the sleeping girl onto the floor.  After finishing off a puzzle Tara was working on before being attacked, he scoops Tara up and cradle carries her off.

TITLE:  Avengers         (1968  UK TV)
          Episode:  133 – “Split”
Actress:  Linda Thorson
My Rating:  3 stars
Description:  Tara King pulls over to investigate an abandoned car on the road.  Looking inside, she doesn’t see a pair of men run up to her.  One man grabs her arms from behind while the other holds a chloroformed cloth over her mouth and nose.  The scene cuts from a long shot that shows her from her knees up to a close up of her face with the cloth held in place as her eyes close.  There are nice little “unhs” throughout the scene which lasts about six seconds.  We then cut back to the previous shot as she is lowered into the car unconscious.  We next see Tara, still sleeping, tied down to a stretcher being wheeled into an elevator.  She comes to and opens her mouth as if to scream when cotton is shoved into her mouth and she is gagged.

TITLE:  Avengers        (1968  UK TV)
          Episode:  137 – “Legacy of Death”
Actress:  Linda Thorson
My Rating:  2 stars
Description:  Probably the least interesting actual chloroform scene of Tara, but I really kind of like the set up.  Tara is cornered by the bad guy and his two henchmen, an Oriental and a dwarf, and they are questioning her about the whereabouts of a valuable dagger.  I love Tara’s cockiness in the dialogue leading up the chloroforming.  The bad guy says, “I want the dagger,” and Tara replies with a sly smile, “Well, you’re not going to get it.”  The bad guy then says, “I like a woman with courage, and believe me Fraulein King, you will need every ounce of courage you possess to resist my persuasion.”  Tara then replies, rather snobbily, “You’re wasting your time.”  The bad guy then says, “We have ways of finding out.”  The dwarf then sticks his little hatchet into a wooden crate beside Tara, causing her to turn in that direction and allowing the Oriental to grab her arms from behind.  The dwarf then pulls out a cloth and chloroforms Tara, unfortunately, the scene is ruined because it’s all one shot and her head is leaning way too far back, so that all we really see is a good view of her neck.  She gives two very short vocal protests.  She is then quickly lowered out the bottom of the frame.  The bad guy then says, “Prepare her,” and the scene fades to black.  Scene lasts about five seconds.

TITLE:  Avengers         (1969  UK TV)
          Episode:  156 – “Pandora”
Actress:  Linda Thorson (2x)
My Rating:  3 1/2 stars for scene one; 3 stars for scene two
Description:  Tara is kidnapped by a pair of brothers and spends the whole episode pretty much drugged.  In the first chloroform scene, she is lured to an empty antique shop, calling, “Hello,” she walks about and is grabbed from behind with a folded white cloth over her nose and mouth.  She struggles to pull the cloth away with her right arm while reaching into the assailant’s pockets with her left hand.  The man holds the cloth in place with both hands from behind.  There’s a cut to her left hand as it just manages to knock a piece of paper from the man’s pocket as her arm goes limp.  When we cut back to her, her legs and body are completely rubbery, and the second brother moves in to scoop her up in a cradle carry, the cloth is finally removed as she is lifted up and carried out.  Chloroform scene lasts ten seconds.

SECOND SCENE: After a fair bit of brainwashing Tara into believing she is Pandora, Tara discovers her old clothes on a skeleton.  She screams and has to be chloroformed.  In a big close up, mouth in full scream, a cloth comes in from the right and Tara is forced into a chair and held.  This is probably Linda Thorson’s best scene as far as mmmphing, but unfortunately, we don’t see her pass out, the last shot is of her hand falling limp and then a fade to black as she continues to mmph.  Scene lasts about nine seconds.  Wake up scene follows.

TITLE:  B.A.D. Cats        (1980  US TV)
Episode:  ???
Actress:  Michelle Pfeiffer
Description:  Sadly, a scene in this very short-lived show has never been confirmed, but a person can dream.

TITLE:  The Baker Street Boys        (1983  UK TV)
          Episode: 7 or 8 – “The Case of the Captive Clairvoyant”
Actress:  ?

TITLE:  Balko     (2004  German TV)
           Episode:  108 - “Ein eiskalter Plan”
Actress:  Lina Rabea Mohr

TITLE:  Batman: The Animated Series        (1995  US TV animated)
           Episode:  81 – “The Terrible Trio”
Actress:  ?
Description:  Implied only.

TITLE:  Baywatch         (1992  US TV)
          Episode:  56 – “Dead of Summer”
Actress: Pamela Anderson
My Rating:  3 stars
Description:  The governor is going to hold a speech on a pier so some bad guys decide to blow it up by ramming it with a boat loaded with a bomb.  To get the boat close, they decide to use one belonging to the lifeguards.  They manage to lure C.J. (Pamela Anderson) onto their boat by feigning an injury.  She jumps onboard in full rescue mode to assist a seemingly unconscious man who suddenly aims a gun at her.

Eventually, the decide to knock her out, saying, “Time to sleep, sweetheart.  Say ‘good night,’” as he holds a loosely crumpled white rag over her nose and mouth.  Better description coming soon.

Later in the episode, Mitch realizes something is wrong when he tries to radio C.J. and gets no response as we get several nice shots of C.J. slumped over the steering wheel of the boat, her arms tied to it.  Mitch rides out to her boat and leaps onboard, freeing the still unconscious girl from the boat’s steering wheel.  He lays her down and takes her pulse, but then sees that the boat is careering toward the pier.  A few more shots of the unconscious girl are scattered throughout the next few minutes as Mitch manages to steer the boat away from the pier.  There’s still a bomb on the boat, though, so he scoops up the still slumbering beauty and leaps off into the water.

TITLE:  Baywatch Nights        (1996  US TV)
           Episode:  16 – “The Curator”
Actress:  Yasmine Bleeth
My Rating:  3 stars
Description:  A wacko is obsessed with Caroline (Yasmine Bleeth) and can we really blame him.  After making several attempts to win her heart, he decides to kidnap her and lock her up in a cage.  Carrie is in a locker room when she hears something behind her.  She discovers a large box, and peeks in to find a bunch of kittens.  She’s delighted by them, saying, “Ah, what’s the matter, huh guys?  Somebody kick you out of the house?”  Distracted, with a big smile on her face, she doesn’t see the wacko who is suddenly standing behind her.  He grabs her from behind with his left arm holding her close to him while he holds a chloroform-soaked cloth over her face with his right hand.  She passes out after about ten seconds.  The guy says, “Sweet dreams, Carrie,” before walking her backwards out of the room, cloth still in place as the scene fades to black.  It’s a good scene, with one of the best vocal performances of any scene as she goes from screaming into the cloth to weak mmms as she begins to pass out and one final unh as she slips into unconsciousness.  The biggest problem is we don’t see the cloth removed from her face after she passes out.

TITLE:  Beauty and the Beast         (1989  US TV)
           Episode:  37 – “The Watcher”
Actress:  Linda Hamilton
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Benzin im Blut     (1999  German TV)
          Episode:  4 – “Die Geisel”
Actress:  unknown

TITLE:  Bergerac         (1990  UK TV)
           Episode:  74 – “Messenger Boy”
Actress:  Deborah Grant

TITLE:  Big Valley         (1968  US TV)
           Episode:  81 – “The Emperor of Rice”
Actress:  Barbara Stanwyck
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Bionic Woman         (1976  US TV)
          Episode:  7 – “Bionic Beauty”
Actress:  Lindsay Wagner
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Bionic Woman        (1976  US TV)
          Episode:  25 – “Jamie’s Shield, Part One”
Actress:  Lindsay Wagner
My Rating:  3 stars
Description:  Jamie is undercover as a police officer (say what?  aren’t police officers supposed to be the ones going undercover?), but she’s found out, handcuffed and chloroformed.  The scene is okay, but what makes it worth three stars is the dialogue spoken by the villainess, “I promise, you won’t feel anything.  Chloroform works quickly, doesn’t it, Jaime.”  The villainess talks with an accent, and I don’t think anyone has ever said “chloroform” more sexily than she does in this scene.

TITLE:  Bionic Woman        (1977  US TV)
          Episode:  47 – “Over the Hill Spy”
Actress:  Lindsay Wagner
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Bionic Woman         (1978  US TV)
          Episode:  48 – “All for One”
Actress:  Lindsay Wagner

TITLE:  B.J. and the Bear         (1981  US TV)
           Episode:  41 – “The Blonde in a Gilded Cage”
Actress:  Candi Brough; Randi Brough; Judy Landers

TITLE:  Bombmaker, The     (2001  UK TV movie in 2 parts)
           Episode: ??
Actress:  unknown (2x)

TITLE:  Broken Badges       (1990  US TV)
          Episode:  ?
Actress:  Jamie Rose

TITLE:  Brothers Brannagan        (1961  US TV)
          Episode: 31 – “Equinox”
Actress:  Anne Helm

TITLE:  Buffy the Vampire Slayer        (1997  US TV)
           Episode:  8 – “I Robot, You Jane”
Actress:  Alyson Hannigan
My Rating:  2 stars
Description:  A demon in a computer falls for Willow (Alyson Hannigan) and sends one of it’s minions to kidnap her.  There’s a knock on her door, but when Willow answers it, there’s no one there.  Turning back into her house, puzzled, she suddenly has a rolled up white towel held over her nose and mouth from behind.  She passes out after only about four seconds and then is moved off camera with the cloth still over her face.  A wake-up scene follows.

TITLE:  Buffy the Vampire Slayer         (1999  US TV)
            Episode:  45 – “Gingerbread”
Actress:  Sarah Michelle Gellar
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Buffy (Gellar) is chloroformed from the front by her mother.  Better description coming soon.

TITLE:  Buffy the Vampire Slayer         (2003  US TV)
          Episode:  143 – “End of Days”
Actress:  Michelle Trachtenberg
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  She gets chloroformed by Xander in an attempt by the good guys to get her out of danger.  Better description coming soon.

TITLE:  Bulle von Tölz, Der        (German TV)
           Episode:  unknown
Actress:  ??
My Rating:  3 stars
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Burke’s Law        (1965  US TV)
           Episode:  60 – “Who Killed Hamlet”
Actress:  Nina Shipman

TITLE:  Burning Zone        (1996  US TV)
           Episode:  8 – “Hall of the Serpent”
Actress:  Tamlyn Tomita
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Burning Zone         (1996  US TV)
            Episode:  10 – “Faces in the Night”
Actress:  Tamlyn Tomita
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Chloroformed by a stalker by a fence.  More detail soon.

TITLE:  Burning Zone        (1997  US TV)
             Episode:  15 – “The Last 5 Pounds are the Hardest”
Actress:  Kelly Rowan
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Cadfael        (1998  UK TV)
            Episode:  11 – “The Holy Thief”
Actress:  Louise Delamere
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Cannon        (1972  US TV)
           Episode:  37 – “Hear No Evil”
Actress:  Lynette Mettey

TITLE:  Cannon        (1975  US TV)
           Episode:  99 – “Search and Destroy”
Actress:  Lee Purcell
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Cannon        (1975  US TV)
          Episode:  106 – “A Touch of Venom”
Actress:  Sondra Locke
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Captain Nice        (1967  US TV)
           Episode:  ?
Actress:  Ann Prentiss

TITLE:  Caribe       (1975  US TV)
           Episode:  ?
Actress:  ?

TITLE:  Champions, The        (1968-1969  UK TV)
            Episode:  ?
Actress:  ?

TITLE:  Chappelle’s Show         (2004  US TV)
            Episode:  26 – “Ep. #212”
Actress:  Jessi Klein
My Rating:  1 1/2 stars
Description:  Dave is replaced with Wayne Brady after demanding too much money from the producers.  Desperate to get his show back, Dave sneaks backstage and chloroforms the show’s two producers, first a man and then Ms. Klein, in a short comedic scene.

TITLE:  Charlie’s Angels        (1976  US TV)
          Episode:  9 – “Lady Killer”
Actress:  Martha Smith; Farrah Fawcett
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Someone is murdering beautiful waitresses and models at a club and cutting off all their hair.  Descriptions coming soon.

TITLE:  Charlie’s Angels        (1977  US TV)
           Episode:  27 – “Angels on Ice, part 2”
Actress:  unknown
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Charlie’s Angels        (1978  US TV)
           Episode:  48 – “Angels on the Run”
Actress:  Jaclyn Smith
My Rating:  2 1/2 stars
Description:  Ah, my favorite of the Angels is chloroformed, but the scene is only so-so.  Kelly (Jaclyn Smith) is undercover as a nightclub singer to help another performer find her missing husband, but the bad guys decide to kidnap Kelly as well.  Dressed in a long green dress, she does a spin to show Bosley her dress when he is karate chopped from behind.  In rush a pair of assailants.  Kelly rushes to her purse, probably to get a gun, but the attacker is too quick, pulling out a white rage and holding over her face from behind.  Kelly is pulled back and tries to pull his arm off with her arms.  Finally, her muffled cries stop, and the other man comes in and scoops her up into a cradle carry, but the camera keeps moving down until we see the unconscious Bosley (doh!).  We next see the black man cradle carrying her into the hallway, and telling some passer-by, “It’s okay, she fainted, going to give her some air.”  On walks the most gullible man in the world and the kidnappers carry Kelly outside and to their car.  The two other Angels discover Bosley and run outside just in time to see the bad guy’s car speed off, the unconscious Kelly just visible in the back seat.  The chloroform scene lasts about eight seconds.  What’s worst about this scene is we never get a good shot of her face as she’s being put out.  What’s best about the scene is Jaclyn Smith gives one of my favorite of all vocal performances.

TITLE:  Charlie’s Angels        (1979  US TV)
          Episode:  84 – “Angels on Campus”
Actress:  Sandie Newton; Shelley Hack
My Rating:  1/2 a star for Newton scene; 2 1/2 stars for Hack scene
Description:  The first scene is a blink-and-miss-it scene, but there is a very nice eye check of the drugged girl on a bed.  Later in the episode, my least favorite Angel is kidnapped.  Tiffany (Shelley Hack) has just finished flirting with a guy, and is walking off, watching him depart when she is grabbed from behind and chloroformed.  The man chloroforms her holding the cloth in his right hand while hugging her close to his body with his other arm, and she struggles with both her arms to pull his arm off her.  After four seconds, one of her arms drops away and he removes the cloth revealing her face.  He then puts grabs on under her arms and drags her away.

TITLE:  Charmed         (2000  US TV)
           Episode:  37 – “Give Me a Sign”
Actress:  Shannen Doherty
My Rating:  2 stars
Description:  Prue (Shannen Doherty) is kidnapped.  We see her reflection in a mirror as she’s looking over a camera, and we see a man approach her from behind.  He says, “Hello, Prue,” and she spins around, startled, and the camera pans quickly to a shot of her as the man holds onto the back of her head with his left hand while holding a white cloth over her face.  The cloth is placed a little too high at first, but then it moves a bit and we can see her eyes as the close.  She passes out after about four seconds and is lowered down out of frame, with the cloth still held in place.  When we next see her, she is tied up on a chair, gagged and blindfolded.

TITLE:  CI5: The New Professionals        (1999  UK TV)
          Episode:  2 – “Phoenix”
Actress:  Mary Tamm

TITLE:  Cleveren, Die         (2001  German TV)
         Episode:  23 – “Der Messias”
Actress:  Astrid Fünderich
Description:  Blonde leading lady is chloro’d from behind and left tied up and gagged.

TITLE:  Cleveren, Die        (German TV)
          Episode:  ?
Actress:  ?

TITLE:  Cliffhangers: The Curse of Dracula       (1979  US TV)
aka  edited movie versions: World of Dracula and The Loves of Dracula
           Episode:  ??
Actress:  unknown

TITLE:  Clown, Der        (German TV)
         Episode:  ?
Actress:  ?

TITLE:  Clown, Der        (German TV)
          Episode:  ?
Actress:  ?

TITLE:  Columbo        (1989  US TV movie)
           Episode:  5 – “Murder: a Self Portrait”
Actress:  Fionnula Flanagan
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  An artist murders his ex-wife on a beach by knocking her out and dumping her in the ocean.  More detail soon.

TITLE:  Columbo        (1992  US TV movie)
          Episode:  15 – “No Time to Die”
Actress:  Joanna Going
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Bride chloroformed and kidnapped.  More soon.

TITLE:  Counterstrike        (1991-1993  US TV)
           Episode: ??
Actress:  Sophie Michaud

TITLE:  Dallas         (1985  US TV)
          Episode:  190 – “Deliverance”
Actress:  Priscilla Presley
My Rating:  1 star
Description:  She’s grabbed from behind, pulled into a room, and chloroformed in a very dark scene.

TITLE:  Dallas         (1990  US TV)
           Episode:  334 – “Three, Three, Three, Part 2”
Actress:  Shannon Wilcox
My Rating:  2 1/2 stars
Description:  JR knocks on her door and she slinks out in a negligee and looks coyly at him, but he just wraps an arm around her back and shoves a rag over her face.  Her head is shoved back a bit, but she mmms nicely and passes out after about seven seconds.  He then removes the rag and we see her mouth open as he walks her back into her room and sets her on her bed.

TITLE:  Danger Man        (1960  UK TV)
            Episode:  8 – “The Lonely Chair”
Actress:  Liz Lanchbury
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Cute young blonde is lured into a car by a man feigning illness and chloroformed.  More coming soon.

TITLE:  Danger Man        (1964  UK TV)
aka 
Secret Agent
            Episode:  48 – “No Marks for Servility”
Actress:  Francesca Annis
My Rating:  2 stars
Description:  Sitting in the back seat of an automobile, she’s told that a woman she’s supposed to meet has just departed.  A good samaritan offers to get in and show where the woman has gone.  The girl agrees.  As soon as the good samaritan sits beside her, a puzzled look crosses the girl’s face.  She asks her driver, “Joseph, what’s that smell, like ether…”  The man sitting beside her has a sudden look of panic, as he pulls out a white cloth and holds it over her face with the right hand while holding the back of her neck with his left hand.  The car darts away and the scene fades to black.  Chloro scene lasts two seconds.

TITLE:  Dark Justice       (US TV)
           Episode:  ?
Actress:  ?

TITLE:  Dark Shadows         (1968  US TV)
           Episode:  583
Actress:  Kathryn Leigh Scott
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Wacky Willie pleads and pleads with Maggie (Kathryn Leigh Scott) to get out of town because Barnabas is planning to use her life force to awaken a bride for the Frankenstein’s monster character, Adam, or something like that.  Anyway, being a sensible girl not wont to listen to crazy Willie, she stays put, so Willie decides to kidnap her and hide hide her away in the Collins family crypt.  She’s chloroformed in bed.  More detail soon.

TITLE:  Dark Shadows      (1968  US TV)
          Episode:  587
Actress:  Kathryn Leigh Scott
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Trapped in the crypt by Willie, Maggie (Kathryn Leigh Scott) refuses to understand he’s just trying to protect her.  Needing to leave the crypt to bring her food, he decides to knock her out again so she won’t be awake to discover how he opens the secret door.  More soon.

TITLE:  Dellaventura        (1997  US TV)
           Episode:  1 – “Pilot”
Actress:  Meg Gibson

TITLE:  Diagnosis Murder         (1996  US TV)
           Episode:  71 – “Murder in the Family”
Actress:  Stacy Van Dyke
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Doctor Who       (1966  UK TV)
            Episode:  story 30 – “The Power of the Daleks, Part 3” – episode 137
Actress:  Anneke Wills
Description:  This is one of the lost episodes of this long running sci-fi show that the BBC junked, burned or wiped.  The episode no longer exists, but there are some photos of the scene available at the BBC’s website for Doctor Who in the photonovel recreation of the story.

TITLE:  Doctor Who         (1977  UK TV)
           Episode:  91 – “Talons of the Weng-Chiang, Part 6” – ep 453
Actress:  Louise Jameson
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  The Doctor’s savage companion, Leela (Louise Jameson), trades in her usual loincloth and skins for a Victorian style dress in this serial as they travel to 19th Century England where they run afoul of a villain from the future passing himself off as a Chinese god.  The Doctor has a key Weng-Chiang needs, so the Doctor is expecting him.  He leaves Leela alone for just a second, but it’s enough time for her to get chloroformed and kidnapped.  More on why I especially like this scene, even though it’s rather mediocre, coming soon.

TITLE:  Doctor Who         (1977  UK TV)
           Episode:  94 – “Image of the Fendahl, Part 2” – ep 463
Actress:  Wanda Ventham
My Rating:  3 stars
Description:  She’s chloroformed from the front and lowered to the floor.  More detail soon.

TITLE:  Doctor Who        (1984  UK TV)
            Episode:  135 – “The Caves of Androzani, Part 3” – ep 626
Actress:  Nicola Bryant
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  A disfigured mad scientist is obsessed with the Doctor’s young companion, Peri (Nicola Bryant), and really, who could blame him.  After she falls into the custody of some soldiers he’s been battling, the masked figure kidnaps her while she’s recuperating from a disease she contracted earlier in the serial.  More detail coming soon.

TITLE:  Dog and Cat         (1977  US TV)
            Episode:  ??
Actress:  Kim Basinger
Description:  Again, a never confirmed scene from a very short-lived TV series.

TITLE:  Doppelter Einsatz        (German TV)
           Episode:  ?   (sometime from 1995-1998)
Actress:  Sylvia Haider
My Rating:  3 stars
Description:  Leading lady cop Haider enters a room with her gun drawn, but she is grabbed from behind, pinned against a wall and chloroformed.  She drops her gun and is lowered to the floor.  When the cloth is removed, she’s barely conscious, as she looks up just before completely passing out from the drug.

TITLE:  Doppelter Einsatz        (1996  German TV)
           Episode:  30 – “Happy Birthday”
Actress:  Despina Pajanou
Description:  Brunette leading cop is chloro’d from behind by man and dragged to blue van.  She wakes up gagged in a white tank top, arms bound over her head.

TITLE:  Doppelter Einsatz       (1997 German TV movie)
           Episode:  49 – “Der Mörder mit der Maske”
Actress:  Anna Loos (2x);  Sylvia Haider
My Rating:  3 stars for Loos first scene; 2 1/2 for her second and the Haider scene
Description:  Blonde Anna Loos is chloro’d outside at night.  She later wakes up, gagged, and is chloroformed back to sleep.  Later, leading lady Haider is chloro’d in her car by the old bad guy in the back seat trick.  More detail to come soon.

TITLE:  Dov’è Anna        (1976  Italian TV mini series)
          Episode:  7 – the last episode
Actress:  unknown

TITLE:  Drehkreuz Airport         (2001  German TV)
           Episode:  11 – “Party mit Folgen”
Actress:  Tina Ruland

TITLE:  Duckman        (1997  US TV animated)
            Episode:  43 – “Dammit Hollywood”
Actress:  Julie Moran

TITLE:  Dynasty        (1986 or 1987  US TV)
           Episode:  ?
Actress:  Kate O’Mara
My Rating:  2 1/2 stars
Description:  She’s chloroformed in a car by the old villain in the back seat gimmick.  Fairly good scene, though there is a bad cut half way through the scene.

TITLE:  Early Edition         (2000  US TV)
           Episode:  86 – “Occasionally Amber”
Actress:  Constance Marie
My Rating:  2 stars
Description:  The hero has gotten mixed up with a female jewel thief.  Sexy Latina Det. Brigatti (Constance Marie) has caught up to them, gun drawn, but another man comes up behind her with a gun.  Brigatti surrenders her gun and badge to the jewel thief but she’s still defiant.  The man tells her, “You will come with me now, please.”  She says, “I will not.  That’s kidnapping.”  The man puts away his gun and pulls out a white handkerchief, but Brigatti doesn’t see him, she has turned her attention back to the hero, who she tells, “You’re in serious trouble, all of you, I suggest you turn your…” but then, she’s cut off by the handkerchief being shoved into her face.  The man holds it in his right hand while holding the back of her neck with his left.  We can’t see her eyes, and there’s a bad cut to the hero after only about a second.  When we cut back, her head is leaning back and the man is saying, “Shh, shh, shh” as she passes out.  She passes out after a couple more seconds, then is scooped up into a cradle carry and taken out of the room.  It’s not a very good scene, but I do like the way she is cut off in mid sentence with the chloroform-soaked handkerchief.  She comes to tied to a chair and gagged.

TITLE:  Earth: Final Conflict       (2001  US TV)
           Episode:  94 – “Termination”
Actress:  Jayne Heitmeyer
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  A serial killer scientist is broken out of prison by the good guys in the hope that she’ll be able to help them defeat an alien race, but things don’t go exactly as planned.  More detail soon.

TITLE:  18 Wheels of Justice         (2000  US TV)
           Episode:  22 – “Revelation, Part 3”
Actress:  Lisa Thornhill
My Rating:  1 star
Description:  Cie (Lisa Thornhill) is kidnapped by some mobsters.  The initial kidnapping occurs the episode before and consists of them roughing her up.  At the start of this episode, she’s still pretty bloody, and she’s tied up and tape-gagged in the back of a van.  She sees a police car pull up, and the villains put her back out with chloroform.

TITLE:  18 Wheels of Justice          (2001  US TV)
           Episode:  42 – “The Game”
Actress:  Lisa Thornhill  (3x)
My Rating:  3 1/2 stars for scene one; 1/2 a star for scene two; 2 1/2 stars for final scene
Description:  Coming soon

TITLE:  Enterprise         (2003  US TV)
            Episode: 63 – “Carpenter Street”
Actress:  Donna Duplantier
My Rating:  1 1/2 stars
Description:  Some aliens are on Earth have a human agent kidnapping people with a certain blood type for them.  A prostitute gets into his car and is chloroformed.  More soon.

TITLE:  Equalizer, The          (1987  US TV)
           Episode:  34 – “High Performance”
Actress:  Doris Belack

TITLE:  Equalizer, The          (1987  US TV)
          Episode:  48 – “In the Money”
Actress:  Ashley Crow
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Equalizer, The         (1988  US TV)
           Episode:  59 – “Something Green”
Actress:  ?

TITLE:  Equalizer, The         (1988  US TV)
           Episode:  67 – “The Last Campaign”
Actress:  Laila Robins; unknown
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Eugenie Sandler P.I.         (2000  Australian TV)
           Episode:  7
Actress:  Xaris Miller
Description:  The young title heroine is chloroformed and carried into a van by a group of men who are actually the good guys.

TITLE:  Eurocops        (1988  Italian TV)
           Episode:  20 – “Nel cuore della notte”
Actress:  unknown

TITLE:  Eurocops       (1988  Italian TV)
           Episode:  50 – “Stelle Cadenti”
Actress:  unknown

TITLE:  Fahnder, Der         (2002  German TV)
           Episode:  163 – “Geld oder Liebe”
Actress:  Rena Zednikova

TITLE:  Fala Zbrodni        (2004  Polish TV)
           Episode: Seryjniak (aka Serial Killer)
Actress:  Adrianna Jaroszewicz
My Rating:  3 stars
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Falcon Crest         (1980’s US TV)
            Episode:  ?
Actress:  Margaret Ladd
My Rating:  2 1/2 stars
Description:  She chloroformed from behind while sitting in a chair.

TITLE:  Falcon Crest         (1980’s US TV)
            Episode:  ??
Actress:  Abby Dalton

TITLE:  Family Ties Vacation        (1985  TV movie)
            Episode:  72 – “Family Ties Vacation”
Actress:  Justine Bateman
My Rating:  1/2 a star
Description:  A blink-or-you miss it scene.

TITLE:  Faust         (1995  German TV)
            Episode:  9 – “Todesangst”
Actress:  unknown; Gruschenka Stevens

TITLE:  F.B.I., The         (1967  US TV)
            Episode:  53 – “The Hostage”
Actress:  Delphi Lawrence

TITLE:  F.B.I: The Untold Stories         (1990’s US TV)
            Episode:  ??
Actress:  ?
My Rating: 2 stars
Description:  One episode tells the true story also featured in The Longest Night and ’83 Hours Til Dawn, and there is a reenactment of the mother being chloro’d on her bed.

TITLE:  Filthy Rich         (1980’s US TV)
             Episode:  ?
Actress:  Dixie Carter

TITLE:  Fine Romance        (1989  US TV)
            Episode:  ?
Actress:  Margaret Whitton

TITLE:  First Wave        (2001  US TV)
            Episode:  61 – “Checkmate”
Actress:  Traci Lords
My Rating:  2 stars
Description:  She is chloroformed from the front and slumps forward when out.  More soon.

TITLE:  Forever Knight         (1993  US TV)
            Episode:  23 – “Love You to Death”
Actress:  Andrea Roth
My Rating:  1/2 a star
Description:  All seen from the shadows.  Wasted opportunity.

TITLE:  Forever Knight         (1994  US TV)
            Episode:  27 – “Forward Into the Past”
Actress:  Stephanie Morgenstern
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Chloroformed in a car.  More coming soon.

TITLE:  Freunde fürs Leben        (2001  German TV)
            Episode:  92 – “Lösegeld”
Actress:  Alexandra Helmig

TITLE:  Friday the 13th: The Series         (1989  US TV)
            Episode: 37 – “The Sweetest Sting”
Actress:  Elva Mai Hoover

TITLE:  Friday the 13th: The Series        (1989  US TV)
            Episode:  41 – “Better Off Dead”
Actress:  Camilla Scott
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Chloroformed and taken out of a car.  More detail soon.

TITLE:  Friday the 13th: The Series         (1990  US TV)
            Episode:  71 – “Tree of Life”
Actress:  Brenda Bazinet
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Very pregnant woman doesn’t want any drugs, but the cult overseeing her decides to knock her out.  More soon.

TITLE:  FX the Series         (1996  US TV)
           Episode:  5 – “Payback”
Actress:  Carrie-Anne Moss

TITLE:  FX the Series          (1998  US TV)
            Episode:  37 – “Evil Eye”
Actress:  Leelee Sobieski
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.  She is later seen tied to a chair in an airtight chamber.

TITLE:  FX the Series          (1998  US TV)
            Episode:  38 – “Chiller”
Actress:  Christina Cox

TITLE:  Geisterjäger John Sinclair      (1999 German TV)
           Episode:  ?
Actress:  ?

TITLE:  Get Smart        (1965  US TV)
            Episode:  2 – “The Diplomat’s Daughter”
Actress:  ?
My Rating:  1 star
Description:  A blink or you miss it scene right at the start of the episode.  The blonde diplomat’s daughter gets into a car and is quickly chloroformed and kidnapped right under the bumbling Max’s nose, naturally.

TITLE:  Girl from U.N.C.L.E., The         (1966  US TV)
           Episode:  6 – “The Horns-of-the-Dilemma Affair”
Actress:  Stefanie Powers

TITLE:  Girl from U.N.C.L.E., The         (1966  US TV)
            Episode:  12 – “The Romany Lie Affair”
Actress:  Stefanie Powers (2x);  Audrey Dalton
My Rating:  Coming soon.
Description:  Coming soon.

TITLE:  Gorille, Le    aka Codename: Gorilla       (1990  French TV movie)
            Episode:  “Le Gorille et les Corses”
Actress:  Cristina Marsillach

TITLE:  Greatest American Hero        (1981  US TV)
            Episode:  10 – “The Two-Hundred-Mile-an-Hour Fastball”
Actress:  Markie Post
My Rating:  2 stars
Description:  The scene is hurt big time because it is viewed by the title character through his second-site vision, which is shown as a little circle intruding upon a flat surface, in this case, a wall.  More detail coming soon.

TITLE:  Green Hornet         (1967  US TV)
           Episode:  22 – “Trouble for Prince Charming”
Actress:  Susan Flannery
My Rating:  2 1/2 stars
Description:  The fiancée of a prince is kidnapped to force him to abdicate.  Summoned to a room for a phone call, she takes the receiver and is promptly chloroformed from behind and lowered down out of frame.  More detail soon.

TITLE:  Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten    (1990’s German TV)
             Episode:  ?  long, long running show; mid-1990s
Actress:  Sandra Keller; Maren Thurm
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