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Buffy the Vampire Slayer

  • 1997
  • Season 2
  • 22 episodes
  • Fantasy
  • Drama

Summary

The minions of deceased enemy the Master plot to bring him back to life; Buffy discovers grave-robbers are trying to build a woman out of parts from dead bodies; and vampire couple Spike (James Marsters) and Drusilla (Juliet Landau) arrive in Sunnydale to wreak havoc.

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Episode 18: Killed by Death

Summary

Buffy collapses during a flu epidemic and is rushed to hospital, forcing her to relive memories of a traumatic childhood incident. She becomes convinced an invisible monster is lurking in the hospital, preying on the patients in the children's ward - but her friends suspect illness and bad memories are making her hallucinate. Supernatural adventure, with Sarah Michelle Gellar

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Details

Released on
2000-02-17
Languages
English
Formats
Colour

Credits

Cast

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Buffy SummersSarah Michelle Gellar
Xander HarrisNicholas Brendon
Willow RosenbergAlyson Hannigan
Rupert GilesAnthony Stewart Head
Cordelia ChaseCharisma Carpenter
Angel/AngelusDavid Boreanaz
Joyce SummersKristine Sutherland
Dr Stanley BackerRichard Herd
RyanAndrew Ducote
Der KindestodJames Jude Courtney
Dr WilkinsonJuanita Jennings
Young BuffyMimi Paley
CeliaDenise Johnson

Crew

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DirectorDeran Sarafian
WriterRob Des Hotel

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