Production number: #94320
Original US airdate: 15th May, 1995
Written by: Elizabeth Baxter
Directed by: Dennis Berry
Guest cast: Paudge Behan (Lucas Kagan), Geraldine Cotte (Simone Tomas), Michel Modo (Maurice), Dolores Chaplin
(Unknown), Robert Cavanah (Unknown); Richard Lintern (Tarsis), Jacques Ciron (Head Clerk), Didier Terron (Claude),
Rebecca Potok (Madame Camille), Laurence Mercier (Woman), Olivier Kandel (Young Kagan), Pierre Alexis Hollenbeck
(Rudy), Azzedine Melliti (Rene)
When helping an old friend negotiate the return of an old Da Vinci sketch, Duncan comes up against
an old adversary, someone he hasn't seen for over 60 years...
c1930, Paris, France: Duncan is checking up on an 'old' deposit when the bank is robbed by
two Immortals. The duo is led by Richard Tarsis, who later loses his head for killing a mortal.
+ Robert Cavanah later returns to the Highlander universe as the Immortal priest Father Liam
Riley in Highlander: The Raven. UK TV fans will have recently seen him scraping ice off his car windscreen
with his expired credit card in an advert for Morgan & Stanley. Find out more at his semi-official Web site.
Highlander really hit its stride in this season, which is why this episode offers more of
the same solid, reasonably unspectacular fare, with Lucas Kagan a reasonably well-rounded villain. B
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