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Alley of the Dolls Pt. 5

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Apr 14, 2003 | 12:07 PM EDT
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This episode marks the last in the "Alley of the Dolls" series for Dr. Shroud. Viewers ultimately decided the outcome of this adventure at Dr. Shroud will appear again in "La Maudite: The Damned". Coming soon!!



Rated 3 / 5 stars


it was well done..but i just didnt like it that much...and the blade movie was derived from a blade comic book which may or may not have been created before Dr. Shroud

robfeldman responds:

Yes- "Blade" was derived from the comic book of the same name. However, in that book he was not a vampire, but a "dhampir", one who has an immunity to vampires. It did come before Dr. Shroud, but not the movie version, which was altered to make it more interesting. If you look at "The Last Man on Earth" with Vincent Price, you will see that this conversation is pointless, as that was the first of its kind. Just goes to show: there are no new ideas. Thanks for the vote. :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


why is it all Vampire hunters or slayers are vampires?
Oh well I like it but it was too short.I do like your series though.Kinda like a old fashioned Childs Play movie

robfeldman responds:

Good point about the vampire slayers. Dr. Shroud was developed years before the Blade movie or Angel and my copyright for the background story reflects that. The story is meant (at least future episodes) to revolve more around him "fitting in" as a disguised human and his desire to get his human family back, mainly his missing daughter, Wendy.

Thanks for the vote---glad you liked it!! Look for "La Maudite" next time round!!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


incredible animation. whats with the all of a sudden ending?

robfeldman responds:

Thanks---glad you liked it. I considered a few endings, but decided there were very few that were satisfying ways that it could go. I thought the abrupt ending wrapped up the fact that there is very little that could be done, except for more fighting. If this happened in real life, the next scene would be the arrival of the fire trucks, which doesn't seem very fulfilling to me--ha!! ;)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


u have a interesting idea but the movie just ended too quickly and simple....

robfeldman responds:

Thanks. The movie is meant to be part of the series. See the other four previous episodes. Thanks for the vote.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's okay.

The animation and the style was great but really lacked alot.