|Continuity:||Kolchak: The Night Stalker|
|1st appearance:||"The Trevi Collection"|
Madame Trevi was the manager of the Trevi fashion agency. She was aware that one of her top models, Madelaine, was a witch who was using her power to gain control over her rivals. Madame Trevi possessed materials that she used to keep Madelaine in line, but Madelaine ultimately managed to weaken her, casting a spell that choked Trevi nearly to the point of death. Madame Trevi was taken to the hospital shortly after revealing the truth about Madelaine to Independent News Service reporter Carl Kolchak. Kolchak managed to defeat Madelaine, after which, the spell was broken and Trevi was able to recuperate.
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- The character of Madame Trevi was created by director Don Weis and writer Rudolph Borchert based on concepts originally developed by Jeffrey Grant Rice.
- Actress Nina Foch appeared in the 1945 film A Song to Remember, which also happened to mark the cinematic debut of Kolchak: The Night Stalker star Darren McGavin.
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