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Bring Me the Head of Santanico Pandemonium 

With Uncle Eddie's help, Richie and Seth hatch a plan to complete Santanico's revenge and walk away with the score of a lifetime. Meanwhile, Freddie and Kate find themselves facing an unexpected foe after Malvado's attack.

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(as Dwight Little)

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(developed for television by), (based on the film screenplay by) | 6 more credits »
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Richie Gecko
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Santánico Pandemonium (as Eiza Gonzalez)
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Professor Aiden Tanner (credit only)
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Lord Amancio Malvado
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The Regulator
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Captain Chance Holbrook
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Tomás
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Alice
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With Uncle Eddie's help, Richie and Seth hatch a plan to complete Santanico's revenge and walk away with the score of a lifetime. Meanwhile, Freddie and Kate find themselves facing an unexpected foe after Malvado's attack.

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Action | Crime | Horror

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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6 October 2015 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Seth mentions that Malvado's bar (Jacknife Jed's) has a Merl Haggard meets Thulsa Doom vibe; Thulsa Doom was the leader of a snake cult in the original Conan The Barbarian film (john Milius 1980). See more »

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References I Love Lucy (1951) See more »

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The Devil's Got My Soul
(uncredited)
Written by Claude Le Henaff , Anthony Charles Merando
Performed by "The Crossroads Band
Uncle Eddie dressed in a suit getting ready in front of mirror
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