Night Gallery

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An anthology series featuring tales of the macabre, each episode of 'Night Gallery' begins with host Rod Serling standing in a creepy art gallery, where he unveils a painting thematically tied to that night's tale. The series features adaptations of classic fiction by authors such as H.P. Lovecraft as well as original scripts, many of which were penned by Serling. A departure from the science fiction that defined Serling's earlier series, 'The Twilight Zone,' 'Night Gallery' keeps its focus on tales of a dark and horrific nature.

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  • 7/22 11:00PMTune in Dan’s Cafe, The/Marmalade Whine
  • 7/22 11:30PMLindemann's Catch
  • 7/23 5:00AMFeast of Blood, A / Last Laurel, The
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Episode Guide

Season 1
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Ep 1: The Housekeeper

A dabbler in black magic schemes to switch his rich wife's cold persona for a warm, loving soul. Aired: 12/16/1970

Ep 1: The Dead Man

An experiment in hypnosis leads to a terrifying conclusion when a physician attempts to revive his subject from death. Aired: 12/16/1970

Ep 2: Room With a View / The Late Mr. Peddington

An invalid husband plots revenge against his faithless wife with the unwitting aid of his nurse. Impoverished Cora Peddington shops for a cheap funeral for her husband. Aired: 12/23/1970

Ep 2: The Little Black Bag

Miraculous healing—and abrupt tragedy—result when a 21st century medical bag falls into the hands of a discredited 20th century doctor. Aired: 12/23/1970

Ep 2: The Funeral / The Nature of the Enemy

A vampire plans his belated, lavish—and noisy—final obsequy. NASA mission control watches helplessly as members of a space mission are mysteriously attacked. Aired: 12/23/1970

Ep 3: The House

In a recurring dream, a former sanitarium patient sees a house she has known all her life—but never dared enter. Aired: 12/30/1970

Ep 3: Certain Shadows on the Wall

An ailing woman dies under the care of her sinister brother, but her accusing shadow remains indelibly cast on the parlor wall. Aired: 12/30/1970

Ep 4: Make Me Laugh

A desperate comic makes a deal with an inept miracle worker in a ploy to boost his sagging career. Aired: 1/6/1971

Ep 4: Clean Kills and Other Trophies

A fanatical big-game hunter forces his son to shoot a deer, inviting the vengeance of terrible gods. Aired: 1/6/1971

Ep 5: The Academy / Pamela's Voice

A widower investigates an unusually strict military academy for his delinquent son. Jonathan kills his wife, Pamela, to silence her shrill voice, but finds himself arguing with her at the funeral. Aired: 1/13/1971

Ep 5: Lone Survivor

A passing ship rescues an unconscious man in a lifeboat labeled "Titanic" —three years after the liner sank. Aired: 1/13/1971

Ep 5: The Doll

A hideous doll becomes an agent of revenge against an officer in Queen Victoria's colonial forces. Aired: 1/13/1971

Ep 6: A Feast of Blood / The Last Laurel

A repulsive suitor evens the score with a calculating beauty by presenting her with an unusual gift: a fur brooch that seems almost alive. Crippled Marius Davis uses astral projection to exact revenge on his wife, Susan, and her lover. Aired: 1/20/1971

Ep 6: They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar

A has-been salesman is haunted by phantoms from a happier past. Aired: 1/20/1971

Ep : I Do Not Belong to the Human World

Rhodes receives a psychic plea for help from a POW who's being tortured in a Viet Cong prison camp. Aired: 1/15/1972

Ep : The Heart That Wouldn’t Stay Buried

An ailing neurosurgeon has a terrifying vision that leads him to believe he will die from the same mysterious disease that claimed the life of his son. Aired: 1/22/1972

Ep : Lady, Lady, Take My Life

Rhodes (Gary Collins) investigates the death of a research official who opposed psychic experiments by staff scientists. Aired: 1/29/1972

Ep : The House That Cried Murder

Carol Lynley is drawn to an old mansion by visions of two drownings: a woman in a bathtub—and herself at the bottom of a lake. Aired: 2/5/1972

Ep : The Man Who Died at Three and Nine

Diplomat Paul Crowley is attacked by a powerful psychic force that afflicts him with lapses of memory and visions of a woman drowning. Aired: 2/5/1972

Ep : Can a Dead Man Strike From the Grave?

Edwin Danbury is tormented by a vision of murder. The killer is a long since deceased old man and the victims are a young couple in love. Aired: 2/26/1972

Ep : With This Ring, I Thee Kill!

Rhodes fulfills the dying wish of an old friend by examining his daughter's impending marriage to a man she only met a month before. Aired: 3/4/1972

Ep : Witch, Witch, Burning Bright

Cloris Leachman plays a New Englander convinced that her daughter is the avenging agent of an ancestor burned at the stake. Aired: 3/11/1972

Ep : Eye of the Haunted

A looming shadow, sitar music and a staring eye are apparitions connected to the murder of the woman Rhodes loved. Aired: 3/18/1972

Ep : Echo of a Distant Scream

Visions of a ghost horse on a guest ranch begin haunting Paula Norris (Stefanie Powers). Aired: 4/1/1972

Ep : Whisper of Evil

Rhodes struggles to find the sister of a woman in need of a kidney transplant. It appears as though the ailing woman has been having visions of her sister participating with a satanic ritual. Aired: 4/8/1972

Ep : The Shadow in the Well

Mysticism, dreams of immortality and an avenging ghost enter this mystery about a drowning victim. Aired: 4/15/1972

Ep : Face of Ice

An amnesiac claims she had a vision of a man shooting a motorcyclist. Aired: 4/22/1972

Ep 7: The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes

A phenomenally successful young seer suddenly refuses to make further predictions. Aired: 9/15/1971

Ep 7: You Can’t Get Help Like That Anymore / Miss Lovecraft Sent Me

The Fultons delight in the sadistic torture of servants, but they may have met their match when a new robotic maid arrives. A babysitter is alarmed at her clients' behavior. Aired: 9/15/1971

Ep 7: The Hand of Borgus Weems

A desperate man seeks out the help of a surgeon when he discovers an invading presence has control of his right hand. Aired: 9/15/1971

Ep 7: Phantom of What Opera?

This episode presents a comic twist on 'The Phantom of the Opera.' Aired: 9/15/1971

Ep 8: Death in the Family

E.G. Marshall plays a gentle undertaker with compassion for his charges. Aired: 9/22/1971

Ep 8: The Merciful

A wife uses bricks and mortar to help her husband. Aired: 9/22/1971

Ep 8: Class of '99 / Satisfaction Guaranteed

A graduating class of the future takes a chilling final exam. An employment service has a difficult time fulfilling a customer's request for staff. Aired: 9/22/1971

Ep 8: House - With Ghost / Witches' Feast

A philandering husband schemes to murder his wife with the aid of a ghost. Witches await a missing member of their coven. Aired: 9/22/1971

Ep 9: Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay

A college professor suspects that his visiting aunt is an ancient witch—with designs on inhabiting his wife's body. Aired: 9/29/1971

Ep 9: With Apologies to Mr. Hyde

Doctor Jekyll drinks his potion with unusual results. Aired: 9/29/1971

Ep 9: The Flip-Side of Satan

A callous disc jockey is offered up as a hellish sacrifice at a deserted radio station. Aired: 9/29/1971

Ep 10: The Tune in Dan’s Cafe / Marmalade Whine

A couple stopping at a roadside diner encounter a jukebox that plays only one song, a tune connected with a tragic romance. Braggart Roger Blacker waits out a storm with a surgeon. Aired: 10/6/1971

Ep 10: A Fear of Spiders / Junior / An Act Of Chivalry

A phobic gourmet columnist seeks help from a woman he spurned when he discovers a spider crawling in his kitchen sink. A father wakes up to quench his son's thirst. When a woman enters an elevator, a ghoul is asked to remove his hat. Aired: 10/6/1971

Ep 11: The Phantom Farmhouse

A psychiatrist finds himself falling for a mysterious woman whose last visitor was killed—so police conclude—by wild animals. Aired: 10/20/1971

Ep 11: Silent Snow, Secret Snow / Hell's Bells

The Haslemans are concerned when their son escapes from reality into a fantasy world of snowy landscapes. Hippie Randy Miller finds out what eternity in Hell is like. Aired: 10/20/1971

Ep 12: A Question of Fear

An intrepid mercenary accepts a $15,000 bet to stay overnight in a haunted house. Aired: 10/27/1971

Ep 12: The Devil Is Not Mocked / Stop Killing Me

A Nazi general hunting for resistance fighters gets a strangely warm welcome at a Balkan castle. A panicking woman goes to the police to report her husband for attempted murder. Aired: 10/27/1971

Ep 13: Midnight Never Ends

A motorist and a Marine hitchhiker experience an uncanny sensation that they've shared previous experiences. Aired: 11/3/1971

Ep 13: Brenda

A friendless teenager traps a strange creature in an abandoned quarry. Aired: 11/3/1971

Ep 14: The Diary

A vicious gossip columnist receives a diary that appears to write its own fearful entries—before the events occur. Aired: 11/10/1971

Ep 14: The Dear Departed / A Matter of Semantics

A phony fortune-telling racket is disrupted by adultery. Dracula visits a blood bank with an odd request. Aired: 11/10/1971

Ep 14: Big Surprise / Professor Peabody's Last Lecture / Quoth the Raven

An eccentric farmer promises a "big surprise" to a group of boys...if they dig for it. Professor Peabody publicly ridicules the gods. Edgar Allen Poe experiences a terrible case of writer's block. Aired: 11/10/1971

Ep 15: Tell David... / A Midnight Visit to the Neighborhood Blood Bank

A chance encounter with a strange couple convinces a young woman that she has had a glimpse of the future. A vampire seeks his next victim. Aired: 11/17/1971

Ep 15: Dr. Stringfellow's Rejuvenator

An unscrupulous medicine man in the Old West promises restored health—or a resurrection—to a poor farmer's dying daughter. Aired: 11/17/1971

Ep 16: The Dark Boy

A schoolteacher in a frontier town tries to reach a timid, hauntingly strange fourth grader. Aired: 11/24/1971

Ep 16: Keep in Touch - We'll Think of Something

A distraught musician asks the police to help him find an elusive woman. Aired: 11/24/1971

Ep 17: Pickman's Model

A young woman of Victorian Boston finds herself drawn to a reclusive artist obsessed with ghouls. Aired: 12/1/1971

Ep 18: Cool Air

A love story unfolds between a young woman and her late father's colleague, a man clinging desperately to life in a refrigerated apartment. Aired: 12/8/1971

Ep 18: Camera Obscura

A heartless moneylender gets his just deserts with the help of a client's unusual telescopic device. Aired: 12/8/1971

Ep 19: The Messiah on Mott Street

Desperate to stay alive for the sake of his nine-year-old grandson, an elderly, near-penniless Jew on the brink of death pins his hopes for salvation on the coming of the Messiah. Aired: 12/15/1971

Ep 19: The Painted Mirror

A mirror reflecting an alien landscape figures in an antique dealer's scheme to rid himself of a hateful business partner. Aired: 12/15/1971

Ep 20: The Different Ones

In a rigidly conformist future society, an anguished father agrees to send his deformed son to a distant planet. Aired: 12/29/1971

Ep 20: Logoda's Heads

Searching for a lost explorer in Africa, British authorities accuse a powerful witch doctor of his murder. Aired: 12/29/1971

Ep 21: Green Fingers / Room for One Less

An unscrupulous tycoon takes drastic steps to force an old widow off her land. His stumbling block: her strange talent for gardening. In an office building, an elevator operator copes with crowding on his car. Aired: 1/5/1972

Ep 22: Lindemann's Catch

A captured mermaid awakens emotions in a cold-hearted sea captain, who desperately seeks a way to keep her alive. Aired: 1/12/1972

Ep 23: The Miracle at Camafeo

Instead of spending his insurance settlement on a medical solution, a man looks for a miracle at a Mexican shrine to heal his paralyzed legs. Aired: 1/19/1972

Ep 23: The Ghost of Sorworth Place

An American drifter protects a Scottish widow from the specter of her late husband. Aired: 1/19/1972

Ep 24: The Waiting Room

A gunfighter's final reckoning awaits him in a frontier saloon. Aired: 1/26/1972

Ep 24: Last Rites for a Dead Druid

When a woman buys a statue bearing an uncanny resemblance to her husband, he soon feels the influence of its model: an ancient druid sorcerer. Aired: 1/26/1972

Ep 25: Deliveries in the Rear

An anatomy instructor is in for a ghastly shock when he becomes unconcerned about the source of his cadavers. Aired: 2/9/1972

Ep 25: Die Now, Pay Later / Dead Weight

Sheriff Ned Harlow thinks that the skyrocketing death rate in town is tied in to funeral director Walt Peckinpah's January clearance sale. Bank robber Landau doubts the credentials of aging exporter Bullivant. Aired: 2/9/1972

Ep 26: I'll Never Leave You — Ever

Adulterous Morah (Lois Nettleton) uses witchcraft to dispose of her sickly husband, Owen. Aired: 2/16/1972

Ep 26: There Aren't Anymore MacBanes

Arthur Porter threatens to cut off his freeloading nephew, who turns to the occult for revenge. Aired: 2/16/1972

Ep 27: The Sins of the Fathers

In a tale of an old Welsh funerary custom, a devastating famine forces a young boy to play the part of sin-eater at a dead man's wake. His duties: to cleanse the departed of sin by feasting in the presence of his corpse. Aired: 2/23/1972

Ep 28: The Caterpillar

A bored colonial on a Malaysian plantation employs an exotic accomplice—an earwig—in his gruesome plot to assassinate a romantic rival. Aired: 3/1/1972

Ep 28: Little Girl Lost

Military strategists unwittingly plant the seeds of the apocalypse when they humor a scientific genius unbalanced by his daughter's death. Aired: 3/1/1972

Ep : Flying Sepulcher of Death

A girl is wracked by premonitions that everyone on board a plane is about to die. Aired: 9/23/1972

Ep : Dear Joan: We're Going to Scare You to Death

Joan Crawford (in what would be her final acting role) plays a woman who stumbles upon a group of ESP enthusiasts who decide to scare her to death. Steven Spielberg directs. Aired: 9/30/1972

Ep : Witness Within

June Allyson plays a blind woman whose daughter has visions of a murder that she "saw" from within her mother's womb. Aired: 10/7/1972

Ep : With Affection, Jack the Ripper

Patty Duke Astin plays an ESP researcher probing into London of the 1880s. Aired: 10/14/1972

Ep : Once Upon a Chilling

A woman working at a foundation researching cryogenics sees frozen visions of her dead boss. Aired: 10/28/1972

Ep : Through a Flame Darkly

A woman has visions that cause her to believe a childhood friend is in trouble. Aired: 11/4/1972

Ep : I Did Not Mean to Slay Thee

ESP comes to the aid of physicians in the case of a woman dying from a liver condition. Aired: 11/11/1972

Ep : Candle, Candle, Burning Bright

A woman under psychic attack has visions of a wax doll melting in a ring of fire. Aired: 11/25/1972

Ep : If I Should Die Before I Wake

When she returns to her old home, Ruth Ames (Jane Wyman) begins seeing visions, including that of her long-dead daughter, Mindy. Aired: 12/2/1972

Ep : Five Widows Weeping

Barry Sullivan plays a millionaire who scoffs at his daughter-in-law's visions depicting her husband's death. Aired: 12/9/1972

Ep : Double Exposure

A woman has visions of death while she and others are trapped by a hurricane. Aired: 12/16/1972

Ep : The Eyes That Wouldn’t Die

When her sight is restored via transplanted eyes, Kathy sees visions of murder. Aired: 12/23/1972

Ep 29: The Return of the Sorcerer

A sorcerer hires a translator to divine the meaning of an ancient Arabic manuscript that has some grisly connection with his twin brother's death. Aired: 9/24/1972

Ep 30: The Girl with the Hungry Eyes

A photographer hires a mysterious model whose eyes burn with a seductive—yet frightening—glow. Aired: 10/1/1972

Ep 31: Rare Objects

A gangster marked for death engages a specialist who guarantees him sanctuary—but at a cost. Aired: 10/22/1972

Ep 32: Spectre in Tap-Shoes

After witnessing her twin sister's suicide, a young woman begins to see and hear evidence of her continuing presence. Aired: 10/29/1972

Ep 33: You Can Come Up Now, Mrs. Millikan / Smile Please

Bumbling inventor Henry Millikan wants to improve his reputation among colleagues by bringing his loving wife, Helena, back from the dead—but she hasn't died yet. A photographer meets a vampire. Aired: 11/12/1972

Ep 34: The Other Way Out

Ross Martin plays an executive responsible for a go-go dancer's death. The victim's grandfather, played by Burl Ives, calculates vengeance. Aired: 11/19/1972

Ep 35: Fright Night

A locked trunk in an attic begins to take on a life of its own. Aired: 12/10/1972

Ep 36: Finnegan's Flight

Charlie Finnegan is serving a life sentence in a federal penitentiary and longs to escape. Fellow prisoner Pete Tuttle tries to help him with the aid of his talent for hypnosis. Aired: 12/17/1972

Ep 37: She'll Be Company for You

After his invalid wife dies, a relieved widower finds himself under the watchful eye of a strangely menacing cat. Aired: 12/24/1972

Ep 38: The Ring with the Red Velvet Ropes

The new heavyweight champion of the world discovers that he has one more unscheduled bout before he can claim his title. Aired: 1/7/1973

Ep 39: Something in the Woodwork

A lonely alcoholic plots revenge against her ex-husband by calling on a reluctant ghost she finds in her attic. Aired: 1/14/1973

Ep 40: Death on a Barge

A dockside merchant, ignoring the warnings of his friends, falls desperately in love with a young woman who refuses to leave the barge on which she lives for fear of crossing running water. Aired: 3/4/1973

Ep 41: Whisper

Enjoying the thrill of possession, a young wife in a remote country house seeks out spirits of the dead for her entertainment. Aired: 5/13/1973

Ep 42: The Doll of Death

A spurned plantation owner in the British West Indies enlists the power of voodoo to avenge himself against a romantic rival. Aired: 5/20/1973

Ep 43: Hatred Unto Death / How to Cure the Common Vampire

Blood memories surface when an anthropologist responds in kind to a captive gorilla's primeval hatred. Vampire hunters encounter a coffin containing a member of the undead. Aired: 5/27/1973