List of Night Gallery episodes

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The horror anthology series Night Gallery began on December 16, 1969 and ended on May 27, 1973—with three seasons and 43 episodes. It was created by Rod Serling and broadcast on NBC. This list does not include the 25 The Sixth Sense episodes which were edited into Night Gallery for syndication.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
Pilot 1 November 8, 1969
1 6 December 16, 1970 January 20, 1971
2 22 September 15, 1971 March 1, 1972
3 15 September 24, 1972 May 27, 1973

Pilot[edit]

SegmentTitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
1"The Cemetery"Boris SagalRod SerlingNovember 8, 1969 (November 8, 1969)
After murdering his uncle, a man (Roddy McDowall) is haunted by a family painting that keeps changing.
2"Eyes"Steven SpielbergRod SerlingNovember 8, 1969 (November 8, 1969)
A blind woman (Joan Crawford) undergoes an operation that gives her 12 hours to see.
3"Escape Route"Barry ShearRod SerlingNovember 8, 1969 (November 8, 1969)
A fugitive Nazi (Richard Kiley) faces the consequences of his past actions.

Season 1 (1970–71)[edit]

No.
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No. in
season
Segment titleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
11a"The Dead Man"Douglas HeyesDouglas HeyesDecember 16, 1970 (December 16, 1970)

A physician's experiment in hypnosis comes to a terrifying conclusion.

Note: Based on a short story of the same name by Fritz Leiber
11b"The Housekeeper"John Meredyth LucasMatthew HowardDecember 16, 1970 (December 16, 1970)
A dabbler in black magic (Larry Hagman) attempts to improve his marriage by transferring the soul of his housekeeper into his cold-hearted wife's body.
22a"Room with a View"Jerrold FreedmanHal DresnerDecember 23, 1970 (December 23, 1970)

A wealthy invalid (Joseph Wiseman) uses his unwitting nurse (Diane Keaton) to help with his revenge against his unfaithful gold digger wife.

Note: Based on a short story of the same name by Hal Dresner
22b"The Little Black Bag"Jeannot SzwarcRod SerlingDecember 23, 1970 (December 23, 1970)

In 1971, a disgraced doctor (Burgess Meredith) finds a medical bag from 2098.

Note: Based on a short story of the same name by C.M. Kornbluth
22c"The Nature of the Enemy"Allen ReisnerRod SerlingDecember 23, 1970 (December 23, 1970)
A scientist (Joseph Campanella) at NASA Mission Control watches disaster unfold on the moon.
33a"The House"John AstinRod SerlingDecember 30, 1970 (December 30, 1970)

A young woman (Joanna Pettet) enters a house she's seen in her dreams.

Note: Based on a short story by André Maurois
33b"Certain Shadows on the Wall"Jeff CoreyRod SerlingDecember 30, 1970 (December 30, 1970)

The shadow of a recently deceased woman (Agnes Moorehead) remains cast on the parlor wall to haunt her sinister brother.

Note: Based on the short story "The Shadows on the Wall" by Mary E. Wilkins-Freeman
44a"Make Me Laugh"Steven SpielbergRod SerlingJanuary 6, 1971 (January 6, 1971)
A comic (Godfrey Cambridge) desperate for laughs makes a deal with an equally desperate miracle worker.
44b"Clean Kills and Other Trophies"Walter DonigerRod SerlingJanuary 6, 1971 (January 6, 1971)
A big-game hunter (Raymond Massey) faces the wrath of vengeful gods when he forces his son to shoot a deer.
55a"Pamela's Voice"Richard BenedictRod SerlingJanuary 13, 1971 (January 13, 1971)
A husband (John Astin) murders his wife (Phyllis Diller), only to have her haunt him.
55b"Lone Survivor"Gene LevittRod SerlingJanuary 13, 1971 (January 13, 1971)
A man (John Colicos) adrift in a lifeboat labeled Titanic is picked up.
55c"The Doll"Rudi DornRod SerlingJanuary 13, 1971 (January 13, 1971)

A hideous doll is used for revenge against an officer (John Williams) in the colonial forces of Queen Victoria.

Note: Based on a short story of the same name by Algernon Blackwood
66a"They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar"Don TaylorRod SerlingJanuary 20, 1971 (January 20, 1971)
A has-been salesman (William Windom) tries desperately to return to the past.
66b"The Last Laurel"Daryl DukeRod SerlingJanuary 20, 1971 (January 20, 1971)

A crippled athlete (Jack Cassidy) plots to use mind over matter to commit murder.

Note: Based on The Horsehair Trunk by Davis Grubb.[1]

Season 2 (1971–72)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Segment titleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
71a"The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes"John BadhamRod SerlingSeptember 15, 1971 (September 15, 1971)

A phenomenally successful young seer (Clint Howard) refuses to continue making predictions.

Note: Based on a short story of the same name by Margaret St. Clair
71b"Miss Lovecraft Sent Me"Gene KearneyJack LairdSeptember 15, 1971 (September 15, 1971)
A vampire (Joseph Campanella), not dissimilar to Dracula, hires a babysitter (Sue Lyon).
71c"The Hand of Borgus Weems"John M. LucasAlvin SapinsleySeptember 15, 1971 (September 15, 1971)

A man (George Maharis) discovers that one of his hands has a murderous mind of its own.

Note: Based on the short story "The Other Hand" by George Langelaan
71d"Phantom of What Opera?"Gene KearneyGene KearneySeptember 15, 1971 (September 15, 1971)
The Phantom of the Opera (Leslie Nielsen) is surprised by the woman he has taken prisoner.
82a"Death in the Family"Jeannot SzwarcRod SerlingSeptember 22, 1971 (September 22, 1971)

A wounded killer takes refuge in a funeral home where the undertaker has an unusual compassion for his charges.

Note: Based on a short story by Miriam Allen deFord
82b"The Merciful"Jeannot SzwarcJack LairdSeptember 22, 1971 (September 22, 1971)

A woman's (Imogene Coca) effort to end her husband's (King Donovan) misery is not what it seems at first.

Note: Based on a short story of the same name by Charles L. Sweeney, Jr.; twist on "The Cask of Amontillado"
82c"Class of '99"Jeannot SzwarcRod SerlingSeptember 22, 1971 (September 22, 1971)
In the year 1999, a graduating class takes a rather revealing final exam.
82d"Witches' Feast"Jerrold FreedmanGene KearneySeptember 22, 1971 (September 22, 1971)

A group of witches goes through a menu.

Note: This segment was replaced by "Satisfaction Guaranteed" on the episode's repeat broadcast on March 22, 1972.
93a"Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay"William HaleAlvin SapinsleySeptember 29, 1971 (September 29, 1971)

A college professor (James Farentino) suspects his wife's (Michele Lee) aunt (Jeanette Nolan) of being a witch.

Note: Based on a short story "The Witch" by A. E. van Vogt
93b"With Apologies to Mr. Hyde"Jeannot SzwarcJack LairdSeptember 29, 1971 (September 29, 1971)
Dr. Jekyll (Adam West) tests a new potion.
93c"The Flip-Side of Satan"Jerrold FreedmanMalcolm Marmorstein & Gerald SanfordSeptember 29, 1971 (September 29, 1971)

A disc jockey (Arte Johnson) confronts his past in an old abandoned radio station.

Note: Based on a short story by Hal Dresner
104a"A Fear of Spiders"John AstinRod SerlingOctober 6, 1971 (October 6, 1971)

A heartless gourmet (Patrick O'Neal) is punished by his arachnophobia.

Note: Based on a short story "The Spider" by Elizabeth Walter
104b"Junior"Theodore J. FlickerGene KearneyOctober 6, 1971 (October 6, 1971)
A mother and father (Wally Cox) learn the hardships of parenting.
104c"Marmalade Wine"Jerrold FreedmanJerrold FreedmanOctober 6, 1971 (October 6, 1971)

A careless braggart (Robert Morse) has a fateful meeting with a reclusive surgeon (Rudy Vallée).

Note: Based on a short story by Joan Aiken
104d"The Academy"Jeff CoreyRod SerlingOctober 6, 1971 (October 6, 1971)

A widower (Pat Boone) investigates the unusual strictness of a military school his son wants to attend.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by David Ely
115a"The Phantom Farmhouse"Jeannot SzwarcHalsted WellesOctober 20, 1971 (October 20, 1971)

A psychiatrist (David McCallum) falls for a mysterious woman (Linda Marsh) when one of his patients (David Carradine) tempts him into visiting her.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Seabury Quinn
115b"Silent Snow, Secret Snow"Gene KearneyGene KearneyOctober 20, 1971 (October 20, 1971)

A boy's (Radames Pera) fascination with snow lures him into a fantasy world.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Conrad Aiken; narrated by Orson Welles
126a"A Question of Fear"Jack LairdTheodore J. FlickerOctober 27, 1971 (October 27, 1971)

An adventurer (Leslie Nielsen) accepts a bet that he can stay overnight in a haunted house for $15,000.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Bryan Lewis
126b"The Devil Is Not Mocked"Gene KearneyGene KearneyOctober 27, 1971 (October 27, 1971)

A Nazi general (Helmut Dantine) receives a strangely warm welcome at a Balkan castle.

Notes: Based on a short story of the same title by Manly Wade Wellman. Francis Lederer reprises his role as Dracula from The Return of Dracula.
137a"Midnight Never Ends"Jeannot SzwarcRod SerlingNovember 3, 1971 (November 3, 1971)

A woman (Susan Strasberg) experiences déjà vu when she picks up a marine hitchhiker (Robert F. Lyons).

Note The conclusion of this episode is foreshadowed by the painting, which shows a confused Rod Serling.
137b"Brenda"Allen ReisnerMatthew HowardNovember 3, 1971 (November 3, 1971)

A lonely girl (Laurie Prange) falls in love with a slimy creature she traps in a quarry.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Margaret St. Clair
148a"The Diary"William HaleRod SerlingNovember 10, 1971 (November 10, 1971)
A diary's entries predict the future.
148b"A Matter of Semantics"Jack LairdGene KearneyNovember 10, 1971 (November 10, 1971)

Count Dracula (Cesar Romero) comes to a blood bank.

Note: Actress E.J. Parker has said that she remembers the director of A "Matter of Semantics" to be Steven Spielberg. However, Jack Laird is the officially credited director.[2]
148c"Big Surprise"Jeannot SzwarcRichard MathesonNovember 10, 1971 (November 10, 1971)

A strange old man (John Carradine) persuades a group of boys to dig for a big surprise.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Richard Matheson
148d"Professor Peabody's Last Lecture"Jerrold FreedmanJack LairdNovember 10, 1971 (November 10, 1971)
A professor (Carl Reiner) gives a lecture on ancient cults that turn out to be real.
159a"House - with Ghost"Gene KearneyGene KearneyNovember 17, 1971 (November 17, 1971)

A philandering husband (Bob Crane) and his unsuspecting wife (Jo Anne Worley) move into a haunted house.

Note: Based on a short story by August Derleth
159b"A Midnight Visit to the Neighborhood Blood Bank"William HaleJack LairdNovember 17, 1971 (November 17, 1971)
A thirsty vampire (Victor Buono) visits a young woman, with disappointing results for him.
159c"Dr. Stringfellow's Rejuvenator"Jerrold FreedmanRod SerlingNovember 17, 1971 (November 17, 1971)
A medicine man (Forrest Tucker) in the Old West promises to heal a farmer's dying daughter.
159d"Hell's Bells"Theodore J. FlickerTheodore J. FlickerNovember 17, 1971 (November 17, 1971)

A newly-deceased man (John Astin) is in for a shock when he goes to hell.

Note: Based on a short story by Harry Turner
1610a"The Dark Boy"John AstinHalsted WellesNovember 24, 1971 (November 24, 1971)

A teacher (Elizabeth Hartman) tries to reach a strange fourth-grader.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by August Derleth
1610b"Keep in Touch – We'll Think of Something"Gene KearneyGene KearneyNovember 24, 1971 (November 24, 1971)
A man (Alex Cord) searches for a very special woman (Joanna Pettet).
1711a"Pickman's Model"Jack LairdAlvin SapinsleyDecember 1, 1971 (December 1, 1971)

A woman (Louise Sorel) of Victorian Boston develops a relationship with an artist (Bradford Dillman) obsessed with ghouls.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by H. P. Lovecraft
1711b"The Dear Departed"Jeff CoreyRod SerlingDecember 1, 1971 (December 1, 1971)

A fake medium (Steve Lawrence) has an affair with his assistant's unfaithful wife (Maureen Arthur).

Note: Based on a short story of the same name by Alice-Mary Schnirring
1711c"An Act of Chivalry"Jack LairdJack LairdDecember 1, 1971 (December 1, 1971)
A living skeleton gets a lesson in elevator manners.
1812a"Cool Air"Jeannot SzwarcRod SerlingDecember 8, 1971 (December 8, 1971)

A young woman (Barbara Rush) falls for her father's late colleague (Henry Darrow) – a man who can't stand warmth.

Note: Based on a short story by H.P. Lovecraft
1812b"Camera Obscura"John BadhamRod SerlingDecember 8, 1971 (December 8, 1971)

A moneylender (Rene Auberjonois) gets his due thanks to a client's (Ross Martin) unusual telescope.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Basil Copper
1812c"Quoth the Raven"Jeff CoreyJack LairdDecember 8, 1971 (December 8, 1971)
Edgar Allan Poe (Marty Allen) finds inspiration for his poem The Raven.
1913a"The Messiah on Mott Street"Don TaylorRod SerlingDecember 15, 1971 (December 15, 1971)
A near-penniless Jew (Edward G. Robinson) determined to stay alive for his grandson hopes the Messiah will give him salvation.
1913b"The Painted Mirror"Gene KearneyGene KearneyDecember 15, 1971 (December 15, 1971)

An antique dealer uses a mirror reflecting an alien landscape to get rid of his hateful business partner.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Donald Wandrei
2014a"The Different Ones"John Meredyth LucasRod SerlingDecember 29, 1971 (December 29, 1971)
A grotesque-looking teenager lives at the turn of the century.
2014b"Tell David…"Jeff CoreyGerald SanfordDecember 29, 1971 (December 29, 1971)

A woman (Sandra Dee) encounters a friendly yet odd couple.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Penelope Wallace
2014c"Logoda's Heads"Jeannot SzwarcRobert BlochDecember 29, 1971 (December 29, 1971)

A major (Patrick Macnee) deals with African black magic.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by August Derleth
2115a"Green Fingers"John BadhamRod SerlingJanuary 5, 1972 (January 5, 1972)

A tycoon (Cameron Mitchell) takes drastic steps to force a widow (Elsa Lanchester) off her land, only to discover her strange gardening talent.

Note: Based on a short story by R. C. Cook
2115b"The Funeral"John Meredyth LucasRichard MathesonJanuary 5, 1972 (January 5, 1972)

A funeral is held for a vampire.

Note: Based on the short story of the same name by Richard Matheson
2115c"The Tune in Dan's Café"David RawlinsGerald Sanford & Garrie BatesonJanuary 5, 1972 (January 5, 1972)

A song linked to a tragic romance gives a bickering couple (Pernell Roberts, Susan Oliver) a second chance.

Note: Based on a short story by Shamus Frazier
2216a"Lindemann's Catch"Jeff CoreyRod SerlingJanuary 12, 1972 (January 12, 1972)
A strange metamorphosis occurs when a sea captain (Stuart Whitman) captures a mermaid.
2216b"The Late Mr. Peddington"Jeff CoreyJack LairdJanuary 12, 1972 (January 12, 1972)

A widow (Kim Hunter) goes shopping for the cheapest funeral she can find for her husband.

Note: Based on a short story "The Flat Male" by Frank Sisk
2216c"A Feast of Blood"Jeannot SzwarcStanford WhitmoreJanuary 12, 1972 (January 12, 1972)

A suitor (Norman Lloyd) gives a woman (Sondra Locke) a brooch that looks almost alive.

Note: Based on a short story "The Fur Brooch" by Dulcie Gray
2317a"The Miracle at Camafeo"Ralph SenenskyRod SerlingJanuary 19, 1972 (January 19, 1972)

An insurance agent (Harry Guardino) seeks to expose a swindler (Ray Danton) who plans to stage a cure for his fake paralysis at a Mexican shrine.

Note: Based on a short story by C. B. Gilford
2317b"The Ghost of Sorworth Place"Ralph SenenskyAlvin SapinsleyJanuary 19, 1972 (January 19, 1972)

An American tourist (Richard Kiley) protects a Scottish widow (Jill Ireland) from the ghost of her husband.

Note: Based on the short story "Sorworth Place" by Russell Kirk
2418a"The Waiting Room"Jeannot SzwarcRod SerlingJanuary 26, 1972 (January 26, 1972)
A gunman (Steve Forrest) faces his day of reckoning.
2418b"Last Rites for a Dead Druid"Jeannot SzwarcAlvin SapinsleyJanuary 26, 1972 (January 26, 1972)
A woman (Carol Lynley) is tempted to buy a statue that resembles her husband (Bill Bixby) ...and is modeled after a satanic sorcerer.
2519a"Deliveries in the Rear"Jeff CoreyRod SerlingFebruary 9, 1972 (February 9, 1972)
A surgery instructor (Cornel Wilde) uses cadavers from a most unexpected source.
2519b"Stop Killing Me"Jeannot SzwarcJack LairdFebruary 9, 1972 (February 9, 1972)

A wife (Geraldine Page) believes her husband (James Gregory) is literally worrying her to death.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Hal Dresner
2519c"Dead Weight"Timothy GalfasJack LairdFebruary 9, 1972 (February 9, 1972)

An exporter (Jack Albertson) who helps gangsters on the lam has a client (Bobby Darin) like no other.

Note: Based on the short story "Out of the Country" by Jeffry Scott
2620a"I'll Never Leave You – Ever"Daniel HallerJack LairdFebruary 16, 1972 (February 16, 1972)

A wife (Lois Nettleton) uses witchcraft to murder her husband (Royal Dano), whose spirit goes on and on.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Rene Morris
2620b"There Aren't Any More MacBanes"John NewlandAlvin SapinsleyFebruary 16, 1972 (February 16, 1972)

A student (Joel Grey) of sorcery summons an ancient spirit to get rid of his bothersome uncle (Howard Duff).

Notes: Based on the short story "By One, By Two and By Three" by Stephen Hall; features a brief, early appearance by Mark Hamill.
2721a"The Sins of the Fathers"Jeannot SzwarcHalsted WellesFebruary 23, 1972 (February 23, 1972)

A man (Richard Thomas) must cleanse himself of his father's sins by feasting in front of the father's corpse.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Christianna Brand
2721b"You Can't Get Help Like That Anymore"Jeff CoreyRod SerlingFebruary 23, 1972 (February 23, 1972)
A family's robot servants develop an instinct for survival.
2822a"The Caterpillar"Jeannot SzwarcRod SerlingMarch 1, 1972 (March 1, 1972)

A British expatriate (Laurence Harvey) in Borneo plots a gruesome assassination of a romantic rival (Tom Helmore).

Note: Based on the short story "Boomerang" by Oscar Cook
2822b"Little Girl Lost"Timothy GalfasStanford WhitmoreMarch 1, 1972 (March 1, 1972)

A scientific genius is troubled by the death of his daughter.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Edwin Charles Tubb
8 (Repeat)2d Replacement Segment"Satisfaction Guaranteed"Jeannot SzwarcJack LairdMarch 22, 1972 (March 22, 1972)
A well-dressed gentleman presents himself at a secretarial agency that hasn't failed to satisfy a client in twenty-five years. (NOTE: This segment was a replacement for "Witches Feast" when the episode was repeated).

Season 3 (1972–73)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Segment titleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
291"The Return of the Sorcerer"Jeannot SzwarcHalsted WellesSeptember 24, 1972 (September 24, 1972)

A sorcerer (Vincent Price) hires a translator (Bill Bixby) to decode an ancient Arabic manuscript that's connected to his twin brother's death.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Clark Ashton Smith
302"The Girl with the Hungry Eyes"John BadhamRobert Malcolm YoungOctober 1, 1972 (October 1, 1972)

A photographer (James Farentino) hires a model (Joanna Pettet) whose eyes burn with a mysterious glow.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Fritz Leiber
313"Rare Objects"Jeannot SzwarcRod SerlingOctober 22, 1972 (October 22, 1972)
A gangster (Mickey Rooney) targeted for death meets a specialist (Raymond Massey) who guarantees him sanctuary ... at a very high price.
324"Spectre in Tap-Shoes"Jeannot SzwarcStory by : Jack Laird
Teleplay by : Gene R. Kearney
October 29, 1972 (October 29, 1972)
A woman is haunted by the ghost of her sister (both played by Sandra Dee) who committed suicide.
335a"You Can Come Up Now, Mrs. Millikan"John BadhamRod SerlingNovember 12, 1972 (November 12, 1972)

An inventor (Ozzie Nelson) and his wife (Harriet Nelson) trade in their clumsiness for an experiment in immortality.

Note: Based on the short story "The Secret of the Vault" by J. Wesley Rosenquist
335b"Smile, Please"Jack LairdJack LairdNovember 12, 1972 (November 12, 1972)
A woman (Lindsay Wagner) tries to get a photo of a vampire (Cesare Danova).
346"The Other Way Out"Gene KearneyStory by : Kurt van Elting
Teleplay by : Gene R. Kearney
November 19, 1972 (November 19, 1972)
A murderer (Ross Martin) is lured to an isolated house where a cold, calculating avenger (Burl Ives) makes him pay for his crime.
357"Fright Night"Jeff CoreyStory by : Kurt van Elting
Teleplay by : Robert Malcolm Young
December 10, 1972 (December 10, 1972)
A young couple (Stuart Whitman, Barbara Anderson) inherits a farmhouse where they experience unseen terrors.
368"Finnegan's Flight"Gene KearneyRod SerlingDecember 17, 1972 (December 17, 1972)
A prison lifer (Burgess Meredith) wishing for freedom subjects himself to his cellmate's (Cameron Mitchell) mind-over-matter experiments.
379"She'll Be Company for You"Gerald Perry FinnermanDavid RayfielDecember 24, 1972 (December 24, 1972)

A widower (Leonard Nimoy) is watched by a strangely menacing cat.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Andrea Newman
3810"The Ring with the Red Velvet Ropes"Jeannot SzwarcRobert Malcolm YoungJanuary 7, 1973 (January 7, 1973)

A boxing champ (Gary Lockwood) learns he has one more bout before he can claim the title.

Note: Based on a short story of the same title by Edward D. Hoch
3911"Something in the Woodwork"Edward M. AbromsRod SerlingJanuary 14, 1973 (January 14, 1973)

An alcoholic woman (Geraldine Page) asks a reluctant ghost for help in her plot for revenge against her ex-husband (Leif Erickson).

Note: Based on the short story "Housebound" by R. Chetwynd-Hayes
4012"Death on a Barge"Leonard NimoyHalsted WellesMarch 4, 1973 (March 4, 1973)

A fishmonger ignores his friends' warnings when he falls for a vampire (Lesley Ann Warren).

Note: Based on the short story "The Canal" by Everil Worrell; Nimoy's directing debut
4113"Whisper"Jeannot SzwarcDavid RayfielMay 13, 1973 (May 13, 1973)

Irene, a young woman (Sally Field) listens to the voices of the dead. Charlie (Dean Stockwell) is her husband and caretaker.

Note: Based on a short story by Martin Waddell
4214"The Doll of Death"John BadhamJack GussMay 20, 1973 (May 20, 1973)

An Englishman (Barry Atwater) uses voodoo to get revenge on a romantic rival (Alejandro Rey).

Note: Based on a short story by Vivian Meik
4315a"Hatred unto Death"Gerald Perry FinnermanHalsted WellesMay 27, 1973 (May 27, 1973)
Anthropologists (Steve Forrest, Dina Merrill) respond to a captive gorilla's primeval hatred.
4315b"How to Cure the Common Vampire"Jack LairdJack LairdMay 27, 1973 (May 27, 1973)
Two men (Richard Deacon, Johnny Brown) debate the best way to kill vampires.

Syndication-only segments[edit]

TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
"Die Now, Pay Later"Timothy GalfasStory by : Mary Linn Roby
Teleplay by : Jack Laird
1973 (1973)

An undertaker (Will Geer) slashes funeral prices at a January clearance sale.

Note: This segment was produced for the second season but never aired during the series' original broadcast.
"Room for One Less"Jack LairdJack Laird1973 (1973)

A creature teaches an elevator operator some manners.

Note: This segment was produced for the second season but never aired during the series's original broadcast.

References[edit]

Citations[edit]

  1. ^ Skelton & Benson 1998, p. 89.
  2. ^ Skelton, Scott; Benson, Jim (1999). Rod Serling's Night Gallery: An After-hours Tour. Syracuse University Press. p. 188. ISBN 9780815627821.

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