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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Night Gallery' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Night Gallery':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)





November 8, 1969: The Cemetery
W: Rod Serling   D: Boris Sagal

With George Macready (Hendricks), Ossie Davis (Osmond Portifoy), Roddy McDowall (Jeremy Evans), Barry Atwater (Carson), Tom Basham (Gibbons), Richard Hale (Doctor).
A black-sheep nephew murders his ailing uncle for the inheritance, only to find some some disturbing changes in the old man's painting of the family graveyard.





December 16, 1970: The Dead Man
Season 1, episode 1
W: Douglas Heyes   D: Douglas Heyes

With Glenn Dixon (Minister), Louise Sorel (Velia Redford), Jeff Corey (Dr. Miles Talmadge), Carl Betz (Dr. Max Redford), Michael Blodgett (John Fearing).
A doctor instructs a patient in demonstrating the symptoms of various illnesses through the power of suggestion.

December 16, 1970: The Housekeeper
Season 1, episode 2
W: Douglas Heyes   D: John Meredyth Lucas

With Larry Hagman (Cedric Acton), Suzy Parker (Carlotta Acton), Jeanette Nolan (Miss Wattle), Howard Morton (Headwaiter), Cathleen Cordell (Miss Beamish).
A dabbler in black magic schemes to switch his rich wife's cold persona for a warm, loving soul.

December 23, 1970: Room With A View
Season 1, episode 3
W: Hal Dressner   D: Jerrold Freedman

With Larry Watson (Chauffeur), Joseph Wiseman (Jacob Bauman), Diane Keaton (Frances Nevins), Angel Tompkins (Lila Bauman), Morgan Farley (Butler).
An invalid schemes with the unwitting aid of his nurse to revenge himself on his unfaithful wife.

December 23, 1970: The Little Black Bag
Season 1, episode 4
W: Rod Serling   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Burgess Meredith (Dr. William Fall), Chill Wills (Hepplewhite), George Furth (Gillings), Johnny Silver (Pawnbroker), Arthur Malet (Ennis), Robert Terry (Dr. Nodella), Eunice Suarez (Mother), E.J. Andre (Charlie Peterson).
Miraculous healing -- and abrupt tragedy -- result when a 21st century medical bag falls into the hands of a discredited 20th century doctor.

December 23, 1970: The Nature Of The Enemy
Season 1, episode 5
W: Rod Serling   D: Allen Reisner

With Joseph Campanella (Simms), James B. Sikking (Reporter), Albert Popwell (Reporter #3), Jason Wingreen (Reporter #2), Richard Van Vleet (Astronaut).
Mission control scientists watch helplessly when members of a lunar expedition are mysteriously attacked.

December 30, 1970: Certain Shadows On The Wall
Season 1, episode 6
W: Rod Serling   D: Jeff Corey

With Louis Hayward (Stephen Brigham), Agnes Moorehead (Emma Brigham), Rachel Roberts (Rebecca Brigham), Grayson Hall (Ann Brigham).
An ailing woman dies under the care of her sinister brother, but her accusing shadow remains indelibly cast on the parlor wall.

December 30, 1970: The House
Season 1, episode 7
W: Rod Serling   D: John Astin

With Joanna Pettet (Elaine Latimer), Paul Richards (Peugot), Almira Sessions (Old Woman), Jan Burrell (Nurse), Steve Franken (Dr. Mitchell).
A former sanitarium patient discovers a house she has known all her life -- but never dared enter -- in a recurring dream.

January 6, 1971: Make Me Laugh
Season 1, episode 8
W: Rod Serling   D: Steven Spielberg

With Godfrey Cambridge (Jackie Slater), Tom Bosley (Jules Kettleman), Jackie Vernon (Chatterje), Tony Russel (Director), Michael Hart (Miss Wilson), Georgia Schmidt (Flower Lady), Sid Rushakoff (First Laugher), Don Melvoin (Second Laugher), John J. Fox (Heckler), Sonny Klein (Bartender #1), Gene Kearney (Bartender #2), Sidney Clute (David Garrick), Al Lewis (Myron Mishkin).
A desperate comic makes a deal with an inept miracle worker in a ploy to boost his sagging career.

January 6, 1971: Clean Kills And Other Trophies
Season 1, episode 9
W: Rod Serling   D: Walter Doniger

With Tom Troupe (Pierce), Herbert Jefferson Jr. (Tom), Barry Brown (Archie Jr.), Raymond Massey (Col. Archie Dittman).
A fanatical big-game hunter forces his son to shoot a deer to prove his manhood, inviting the vengeance of terrible gods.

January 13, 1971: Pamela's Voice
Season 1, episode 10
W: Rod Serling   D: Richard Benedict

With Phyllis Diller (Pamela), John Astin (Jonathan).
A nagging wife continues her diatribe against her husband even after he has murdered her.

January 13, 1971: Lone Survivor
Season 1, episode 11
W: Rod Serling   D: Gene Levitt

With John Colicos (Survivor), Torin Thatcher (Captain), Hedley Mattingly (Doctor), Carl Milletaire (Quartermaster #2), Brendan Dillon (Quartermaster), Edward Colmans (Captain #2), William Beckley (Richards), Charles Davis (Wilson), Pierre Jalbert (Officer of Watch #2), Terence Pushman (Helmsman).
A passing ship rescues an unconscious man in a lifeboat labeled "Titanic" -- three years after the liner sank.

January 13, 1971: The Doll
Season 1, episode 12
W: Rod Serling   D: Rudi Dorn

With John Williams (Colonel Masters), Shani Wallis (Miss Danton), Henry Silva (Pandit Chola), John Barclay (Butler), Than Wyenn (Indian), Jewel Blanch (Monica).
A hideous doll becomes an agent of revenge against an officer in Queen Victoria's colonial forces.

January 20, 1971: The Last Laurel
Season 1, episode 13
W: Rod Serling   D: Daryl Duke

With Martin E. Brooks (Dr. Armstrong), Martine Beswick (Susan Davis), Jack Cassidy (Marius Davis).
A man who has learned the art of levitation decides to get revenge on his doctor whom he suspects of having an affair with his wife.

January 20, 1971: They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar
Season 1, episode 14
W: Rod Serling   D: Don Taylor

With Henry Beckman (Officer McDermont), William Windom (Randy Lane), Diane Baker (Lynn Alcott), Bert Convy (Harvey Doane), John Randolph (H. E. Pritkin), David Astor (Blodgett), Robert Herrman (Tim Riley), Frederic Downs (Father), John S. Ragin (Policeman), Susannah Darrow (Katy), Mary Gail Hobbs (Miss Trevor).
A lonely widower realizes that his world is falling apart, much like an old hangout which is about to be torn down.





September 15, 1971: The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes
Season 2, episode 1
W: Rod Serling   D: John Badham

With Michael Constantine (Wellman), Clint Howard (Herbie Bittman), Ellen Weston (Dr. Peterson), Bernie Kopell (Reed), William Hansen (Godwin), Rance Howard (Cameraman).
A youth's truthful predictions bring him to the attention of TV network officials. He becomes a commentator until one night he refuses to appear for reasons he will not explain.

September 15, 1971: Miss Lovecraft Sent Me
Season 2, episode 2
W: Jack Laird   D: Gene Kearney

With Sue Lyon (Betsy), Joseph Campanella (Vampire).
A babysitter arrives for work at the home of a strange-looking man -- a home which she flees in terror.

September 15, 1971: The Hand Of Borgus Weems
Season 2, episode 3
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: John Meredyth Lucas

With George Maharis (Peter Lacland), Robert F. Hoy (Everett Winterreich), William Mims (Brock Ramsey), Patricia Donahue (Dr. Innokenti), Peter Mamakos (Nico Kazanzakis), Joan Huntington (Susan Douglas), Ray Milland (Dr. Ravdon).
A desperate man seeks out the help of a surgeon when he discovers an invading presence has control of his right hand.

September 15, 1971: Phantom Of What Opera?
Season 2, episode 4
W: Gene Kearney   D: Gene Kearney

With Mary Ann Beck (Beautiful Prisoner), Leslie Nielsen (Phantom).
The Phantom of the Opera gets the shock of his life when he menaces a beautiful young singer.

September 22, 1971: A Death In The Family
Season 2, episode 5
W: Rod Serling   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With James B. Sikking (Trooper), Noam Pitlik (Driver), E.G. Marshall (Jared Soames), Desi Arnaz Jr. (Doran).
A mortician's interest in the deceased who are friendless is uncovered by a wounded gunman fleeing from the law.

September 22, 1971: The Merciful
Season 2, episode 6
W: Jack Laird   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Imogene Coca (Wife), King Donovan (Husband).
Bricks and mortar figure in a wife's plan to end her husband's suffering.

September 22, 1971: Class Of '99
Season 2, episode 7
W: Rod Serling   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Vincent Price (Professor), Brandon de Wilde (Johnson), Richard Doyle (Bruce), Hunter Von Leer (Templeton), John Davey (McWhirter), Barbara Shannon (Miss Peterson), Suzanne Cohane (Miss Fields), Frank Hotchkiss (Clinton), Lenore Kasdorf (Miss Wheeton), Hilly Hicks (Barnes), Randolph Mantooth (Elkins).
A graduating class of the future takes a particularly revealing final exam.

September 22, 1971: Witches' Feast
Season 2, episode 8
W: Gene Kearney   D: Jerrold Freedman

With Ruth Buzzi (Hungry Witch), Allison McKay (Fourth Witch), Fran Ryan (Third Witch), Agnes Moorehead (Head Witch).
A brief incantation in verse while a coven hungrily awaits an overdue member.

September 29, 1971: Since Aunt Ada Came To Stay
Season 2, episode 9
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: William Hale

With James Farentino (Craig Lowell), Michele Lee (Joanna Lowell), Jeanette Nolan (Aunt Ada), Jonathan Harris (Nick Porteus).
A witch, back from the grave, seeks to inhabit the body of a wife.

September 29, 1971: With Apologies To Mr. Hyde
Season 2, episode 10
W: Jack Laird   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Jack Laird (Laboratory Assistant), Adam West (Dr. Jekyll / Mr. Hyde).
Dr. Jekyll tries out a new potion.

September 29, 1971: The Flip-Side Of Satan
Season 2, episode 11
W: Gerald Sanford, Malcolm Marmorstein   D: Jerrold Freedman

With Arte Johnson (J. J. Wilson).
A callous disc jockey is offered up as a hellish sacrifice at a deserted radio station.

October 6, 1971: A Fear Of Spiders
Season 2, episode 12
W: Rod Serling   D: John Astin

With Patrick O'Neal (Justus Walters), Kim Stanley (Elizabeth Croft), Tom Pedi (Boucher).
A woman who has been rejected by a writer vows that someday he will need her desperately.

October 6, 1971: Junior
Season 2, episode 13
W: Gene Kearney   D: Theodore J. Flicker

With Bill Svanoe (Junior), Barbara Flicker (Mother), Wally Cox (Father).
Parents have to cope with a demanding youngster in the middle of the night.

October 6, 1971: Marmalade Wine
Season 2, episode 14
W: Jerrold Freedman   D: Jerrold Freedman

With Robert Morse (Roger Blacker), Rudy Vallee (Dr. Deeking).
A rather vague youth seeks refuge from a storm with a retired surgeon who sees a special value in his guest.

October 6, 1971: The Academy
Season 2, episode 15
W: Rod Serling   D: Jeff Corey

With Pat Boone (Holston), Leif Erickson (Director), John Gruber (Cadet), E.A. Sirianni (Chauffeur), Robert Gibbons (Simmons), Stanley Waxman (Bradley), Ed Call (Drill Instructor), Larry Linville (Sloane).
A father decides to check out a military academy run by a director who claims he knows how to handle delinquent boys.

October 20, 1971: The Phantom Farmhouse
Season 2, episode 16
W: Halsted Welles   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With David McCallum (Dr. Joel Winter), Linda Marsh (Mildred Squire), David Carradine (Gideon).
After a patient from a hospital is murdered, a doctor goes looking in the forest for the woman the patient had set out to meet.

October 20, 1971: Silent Snow, Secret Snow
Season 2, episode 17
W: Gene Kearney   D: Gene Kearney

With Patti Cohoon (Deirdre), Francis Spanier (Mrs. Buell), Jason Wingreen (Doctor), Lisabeth Hush (Mother), Lonny Chapman (Father), Radames Pera (Paul Hasleman), Orson Welles (Narrator).
A boy's fascination with snow draws him into a seductive fantasy world.

October 27, 1971: A Question Of Fear
Season 2, episode 18
W: Theodore J. Flicker   D: Jack Laird

With Leslie Nielsen (Denny Malloy), Fritz Weaver (Dr. Mazi), Ivan Bonar (Fred), Jack Bannon (Al).
A former Army officer bets an acquaintance $10,000 that he can survive a night in a haunted house.

October 27, 1971: The Devil Is Not Mocked
Season 2, episode 19
W: Gene Kearney   D: Gene Kearney

With Mark de Vries (Machine Gunner), Gino Gottarelli (Radio Man), Martin Kosleck (Hugo), Hank Brandt (Kranz), Francis Lederer (Master of the Castle), Helmut Dantine (General von Grunn).
A Nazi general hunting for resistance fighters gets a strangely warm welcome at a Balkan castle.

November 3, 1971: Midnight Never Ends
Season 2, episode 20
W: Rod Serling   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Robert F. Lyons (Vincent Riley), Robert Karnes (Sheriff), Joseph V. Perry (Joe Bateman), Susan Strasberg (Ruth Asquith).
A woman picks up a hitchhiking Marine and as they drive to a roadside cafe, both realize that they have had this identical experience before.

November 3, 1971: Brenda
Season 2, episode 21
W: Douglas Heyes   D: Allen Reisner

With Laurie Prange (Brenda Alden), Glenn Corbett (Richard Alden), Pamelyn Ferdin (Francis Anne Emsden), Fred Carson (Creature), Sue Taylor (Elizabeth Emsden), Robert Hogan (Jim Emsden), Barbara Babcock (Flora Alden).
A love story about a friendless teenager and the slimy creature she traps in an abandoned quarry.

November 10, 1971: The Diary
Season 2, episode 22
W: Rod Serling   D: William Hale

With Virginia Mayo (Carrie Crane), Patty Duke (Holly Schaefer).
A gossip columnist bent on destroying an aging star receives a diary from her in which entries begin to appear daily.

November 10, 1971: A Matter Of Semantics
Season 2, episode 23
W: Gene Kearney   D: Jack Laird

With Cesar Romero (Count Dracula), E.J. Peaker (Nurse), Monie Ellis (Candy Striper).
Count Dracula visits a blood bank.

November 10, 1971: Big Surprise
Season 2, episode 24
W: Richard Matheson   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With John Carradine (Hawkins), Vincent Van Patten (Chris), Marc Vahanian (Jason), Eric Chase (Dan).
An eccentric farmer promises a "big surprise" to a group of boys -- if they dig for it.

November 10, 1971: Professor Peabody's Last Lecture
Season 2, episode 25
W: Jack Laird   D: Jerrold Freedman

With Larry Watson (Derleth), Carl Reiner (Professor Peabody), Richard Annis (Bloch), Johnny Collins III (Lovecraft).
A lecturing professor unwisely scoffs at ancient cults.

November 17, 1971: House - With Ghost
Season 2, episode 26
W: Gene Kearney   D: Gene Kearney

With Alan Napier (Doctor), Eric Christmas (Chichester), Trisha Noble (Sherry), Bernard Fox (Canby), Jo Anne Worley (Iris Travers), Bob Crane (Ellis Travers).
A man plots to get rid of his wife so he can get her money and run off with his girlfriend.

November 17, 1971: A Midnight Visit To The Neighborhood Blood Bank
Season 2, episode 27
W: Jack Laird   D: William Hale

With Victor Buono (Vampire), Journey Laird (Victim).
A Count Dracula blackout.

November 17, 1971: Dr. Stringfellow's Rejuvenator
Season 2, episode 28
W: Rod Serling   D: Jerrold Freedman

With Forrest Tucker (Stringfellow), Murray Hamilton (Snyder), Lou Frizzell (Man), Don Pedro Colley (Rolpho).
An unscrupulous medicine man in the Old West promises restored health -- or a resurrection -- to a poor farmer's dying daughter.

November 17, 1971: Hell's Bells
Season 2, episode 29
W: Theodore J. Flicker   D: Theodore J. Flicker

With Gene Kearney (Third Demon), Jack Laird (Second Demon), Hank Worden (The Bore), Jody Gilbert (Fat Lady), Ceil Cabot (Mrs. Tourist), John J. Fox (Mr. Tourist), Theodore J. Flicker (The Devil), John Astin (Randy Miller).
A recent initiate is surprised to find Hell a little tame for his liking.

November 24, 1971: The Dark Boy
Season 2, episode 30
W: Halsted Welles   D: John Astin

With Gale Sondergaard (Abigail Moore), Steven Lorange (Edward Robb), Michael Laird (Joel Robb), Hope Summers (Lettie Moore), Michael Baseleon (Tom Robb), Elizabeth Hartman (Judith Timm), Ted Foulkes (Fourth Grader).
Despite warnings, a woman takes the newly available position of school teacher at a rural community and immediately begins seeing the ghost of a small black boy.

November 24, 1971: Keep in Touch - We'll Think Of Something
Season 2, episode 31
W: Gene Kearney   D: Gene Kearney

With Alex Cord (Erik Sutton), Joanna Pettet (Claire Foster), Mike Robelo (Chauffeur), David Morick (Officer Hruska), Paul Trinka (Motorcycle Cop), Richard O'Brien (Sgt. Joe Brice).
A distraught musician asks the police to help him find an elusive woman.

December 1, 1971: Pickman's Model
Season 2, episode 32
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Jack Laird

With Bradford Dillman (Richard Pickman), Louise Sorel (Mavis Goldsmith), Joan Tompkins (Mrs. DeWitt), Joshua Bryant (Eliot Blackman), Jock Livingston (Larry Rand), Donald Moffat (Uncle George).
A young woman of Victorian Boston finds herself drawn to a reclusive artist obsessed with ghouls.

December 1, 1971: The Dear Departed
Season 2, episode 33
W: Rod Serling   D: Jeff Corey

With Harvey Lembeck (Joe Casey), Maureen Arthur (Angela Casey), Patricia Donahue (Mrs. Harcourt), Steve Lawrence (Mark Bennett), Steve Carlson (Policeman), Rose Hobart (Mrs. Hugo), Stanley Waxman (Mr. Harcourt).
Bad luck follows a phony spiritualist and his assistant's unfaithful wife after an auto accident simplifies the triangle.

December 1, 1971: An Act Of Chivalry
Season 2, episode 34
W: Jack Laird   D: Jack Laird

With Deidre Hall (Blonde), Jimmy Cross (Passenger), Ron Stein (Spectre).
A vignette about elevator manners.

December 8, 1971: Cool Air
Season 2, episode 35
W: Rod Serling   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Barbara Rush (Agatha Howard), Karl Lukas (Iceman), Larry J. Blake (Crowley), Beatrice Kay (Mrs. Gibbons), Henry Darrow (Dr. Juan Munoz).
A haunting love story of a young woman and her late father's colleague, a man clinging desperately to life in a refrigerated apartment.

December 8, 1971: Camera Obscura
Season 2, episode 36
W: Rod Serling   D: John Badham

With Ross Martin (Gingold), John Barclay (Sharsted Sr.), Philip Kenneally (Sanderson), Brendan Dillon (Amos Drucker), Milton Parsons (Lamplighter), Arthur Malet (Abel Joyce), Rene Auberjonois (William Sharsted).
A heartless moneylender gets his just desserts with the help of a client's unusual telescopic device.

December 8, 1971: Quoth The Raven
Season 2, episode 37
W: Jack Laird   D: Jeff Corey

With Marty Allen (Edgar Allan Poe), Mel Blanc (Voice of the Raven).
Edgar Allan Poe receives some unwanted coaching during a bout with writer's block.

December 15, 1971: The Messiah On Mott Street
Season 2, episode 38
W: Rod Serling   D: Don Taylor

With Edward G. Robinson (Abraham Goldman), Yaphet Kotto (Buckner), Tony Roberts (Dr. Morris Levine), John J. Fox (Santa Claus), Ricky Powell (Mikey Goldman), Anne Taylor (Miss Moretti), Joseph Ruskin (Fanatic).
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.

December 15, 1971: The Painted Mirror
Season 2, episode 39
W: Gene Kearney   D: Gene Kearney

With Zsa Zsa Gabor (Mrs. Moore), Arthur O'Connell (Frank Standish), Rosemary DeCamp (Ellen Chase).
A mirror reflecting an alien landscape figures in an antique dealer's scheme to rid himself of a hateful business partner.

December 29, 1971: The Different Ones
Season 2, episode 40
W: Rod Serling   D: John Meredyth Lucas

With Dana Andrews (Paul Koch), Jon Korkes (Victor Koch).
A father agrees to send his misfit son to another planet in accordance with the Federal Conformity Act of 1993.

December 29, 1971: Tell David...
Season 2, episode 41
W: Gerald Sanford   D: Jeff Corey

With Sandra Dee (Ann Bolt), Jared Martin (Tony Bolt/David Blessington), Chris Patrick (David Bolt), Anne Randall (Julie), Francoise Ruggieri (Yvonne), Jan Shutan (Jane Blessington), Jenny Sullivan (Pat Blessington).
A chance encounter with a strange couple convinces a young woman that she has had a glimpse of the future.

December 29, 1971: Logoda's Heads
Season 2, episode 42
W: Robert Bloch   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Denise Nicholas (Kyro), Brock Peters (Logoda), Albert Popwell (Sgt. Imo), Zara Cully (Emba), Patrick Macnee (Major Crosby), Roger E. Mosley (Askari), Tim Matheson (Henley).
Searching for a lost explorer in Africa, British authorities accuse a powerful witch doctor of his murder.

January 5, 1972: Green Fingers
Season 2, episode 43
W: Rod Serling   D: John Badham

With Elsa Lanchester (Mrs. Bowen), Cameron Mitchell (Michael J. Saunders), Harry Hickox (Sheriff), Bill Quinn (Doctor), George Keymas (Crowley), Michael Bell (Ernest).
A woman who can make anything grow stands in the way of industrial development.

January 5, 1972: The Funeral
Season 2, episode 44
W: Richard Matheson   D: John Meredyth Lucas

With Joe Flynn (Milton Silkline), Jerry Summers (Bruce), Jack Laird (Ygor), Diana Hale (Female Vampire), Laura Lacey (Jenny), Charles Macaulay (Count), Harvey Jason (Morrow), Werner Klemperer (Ludwig Asper).
A vampire plans his belated, lavish -- and noisy -- final obsequy.

January 5, 1972: The Tune In Dan's Cafe
Season 2, episode 45
W: Gerald Sanford, Garrie Bateson   D: David Rawlins

With Pernell Roberts (Joe Bellman), Susan Oliver (Kelly Bellman), Jerry Wallace (Jukebox Singer), James Davidson (Roy Gleason), James Nusser (Dan), Brooke Mills (Red).
A couple stopping at a roadside diner encounter a jukebox that plays only one song, a tune connected with a tragic romance.

January 12, 1972: Lindemann's Catch
Season 2, episode 46
W: Rod Serling   D: Jeff Corey

With Harry Townes (Suggs), Jack Aranson (Dr. Nichols), Jim Boles (Bennett), Annabelle Garth (Mermaid), Stuart Whitman (Captain Lindemann).
The story of a lonely sea captain whose crew catches a mermaid, which he then tries to keep alive.

January 12, 1972: A Feast Of Blood
Season 2, episode 47
W: Stanford Whitmore   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Patrick O'Hara (Frankie), Barry Bernard (Gippo), Sondra Locke (Sheila Gray), Norman Lloyd (Henry Mallory), Hermione Baddeley (Mrs. Gray), Cara Burgess (Girl at Bar), Gerald S. Peters (Chauffeur).
A repulsive suitor evens the score with a calculating beauty by presenting her with an unusual gift: a fur brooch that seems almost alive.

January 12, 1972: The Late Mr. Peddington
Season 2, episode 48
W: Jack Laird   D: Jeff Corey

With Randy Quaid (John), Kim Hunter (Cora Peddington), Harry Morgan (Thaddeus Conway).
A businesslike widow goes shopping for the cheapest funeral she can buy.

January 19, 1972: The Miracle At Camafeo
Season 2, episode 49
W: Rod Serling   D: Ralph Senensky

With Harry Guardino (Charlie Rogan), Julie Adams (Gay Melcor), Ray Danton (Joe Melcor).
An insurance investigator working on a fraud case follows a man and his wife to a religious shrine in Mexico. The man, who collected $500,000 claiming to be paralyzed in an accident, is seeking a miracle cure.

January 19, 1972: The Ghost Of Sorworth Place
Season 2, episode 50
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Ralph Senensky

With Jill Ireland (Ann Loring), Patrick O'Moore (MacLeod), Mavis Neal Palmer (Mrs. Ducker), John Schofield (Alistair Loring), Richard Kiley (Ralph Burke).
An American drifter protects a Scottish widow from the spectre of her late husband.

January 26, 1972: The Waiting Room
Season 2, episode 51
W: Rod Serling   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Larry Watson (Max Auburn), Steve Forrest (Sam Dichter), Buddy Ebsen (Dr. Soames), Gilbert Roland (Bartender), Albert Salmi (Joe Bristol), Lex Barker (Charlie McKinley).
A gunfighter rides past a hanging figure, then enters a bar where poker-playing occupants know about his past, present and future.

January 26, 1972: Last Rites For A Dead Druid
Season 2, episode 52
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Janya Braunt (Marta), Ned Glass (Bernstein), Bill Bixby (Bruce Tarraday), Carol Lynley (Jenny Tarraday), Donna Douglas (Mildred McVane).
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.

February 9, 1972: Deliveries In The Rear
Season 2, episode 53
W: Rod Serling   D: Jeff Corey

With Cornel Wilde (Dr. John Fletcher), Rosemary Forsyth (Barbara Bennett), Walter Burke (Jameson), Gerald McRaney (Tuttle), Marjorie Bennett (Old Woman), Ian Wolfe (Dillingham), Peter Brocco (Dr. Shockman), Larry D. Mann (Hannify), Peter Whitney (Grave Robber), John Maddison (Grave Robber).
A turn-of-the-century surgeon in need of cadavers never asks questions of his suppliers.

February 9, 1972: Stop Killing Me
Season 2, episode 54
W: Jack Laird   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With James Gregory (Sgt. Bevelow), Geraldine Page (Frances Turchin).
Convinced that her husband is trying to worry her to death, a distraught housewife files a complaint with the police.

February 9, 1972: Dead Weight
Season 2, episode 55
W: Jack Laird   D: Timothy Galfas

With Bobby Darin (Landau), Jack Albertson (Bullivant), James Metropole (Delivery Boy).
A gangster on the lam engages the services of a compliant exporter.

February 16, 1972: I'll Never Leave You - Ever
Season 2, episode 56
W: Jack Laird   D: Daniel Haller

With John Saxon (Ianto), Royal Dano (Owen), Peggy Webber (Old Crone), Lois Nettleton (Moragh).
A woman is so in love with a man that she can't wait for the death of her ailing husband.

February 16, 1972: There Aren't Any More MacBanes
Season 2, episode 57
W: Alvin Sapinsley   D: John Newland

With Howard Duff (Arthur Porter), Darrell Larson (Elie Green), Vincent Van Lynn (Servant), Ellen Blake (Demon), Barry Higgins (Mickey Standish), Joel Grey (Andrew MacBane), Mark Hamill (Messenger Boy).
A sorcery student invokes an ancient spirit to rid himself of a bothersome uncle.

February 23, 1972: You Can't Get Help Like That Anymore
Season 2, episode 58
W: Rod Serling   D: Jeff Corey

With Broderick Crawford (Joe Fulton), Lana Wood (Maid), Severn Darden (Dr. Kessler), Henry Jones (Malcolm Hample), Cloris Leachman (Mrs. Fulton).
A couple of the future becomes upset with their domestic robot and destroys it. When they obtain another one from Robot-Aids, they're warned that the firm cannot tolerate such abuse.

February 23, 1972: The Sins Of The Fathers
Season 2, episode 59
W: Halsted Welles   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Richard Thomas (Ian Evans), Barbara Steele (Widow), Michael Dunn (Servant), John Barclay (4th Mourner), Terence Pushman (3rd Mourner), Alan Napier (2nd Mourner), Cyril Delevanti (1st Mourner), Geraldine Page (Mrs. Evans).
In a tale of an old Welsh funerary custom, a devastating famine forces a young boy to play the part of a sin-eater at a dead man's wake. His duties: to cleanse the departed of sin by feasting in the presence of his corpse.

March 1, 1972: The Caterpillar
Season 2, episode 60
W: Rod Serling   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Laurence Harvey (Stephen Macy), Joanna Pettet (Rhona Warwick), Don Knight (Tommy Robinson), John Williams (Doctor), Tom Helmore (John Warwick).
A frustrated man living in Borneo finds a young wife irresistable and decides to eliminate her husband.

March 1, 1972: Little Girl Lost
Season 2, episode 61
W: Stanford Whitmore   D: Timothy Galfas

With Ed Nelson (Tom Burke), Ivor Francis (Dr. Cottrell), Nelson Cuevas (Waiter), Sandy Ward (Irate Man), John Lasell (Colonel Hawes), William Windom (Professor Putman).
Military strategists unwittingly plant the seeds of the apocalypse when they humor a scientific genius unbalanced by his daughter's death.

March 22, 1972: Satisfaction Guaranteed
Season 2, episode 62
W: Jack Laird   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Cherie Franklin (Miss Blodgett), Eve Curtis (Miss Caraway), Leigh Christian (Miss Ransom), Marion Charles (Miss Walters), Victor Buono (Customer), Cathleen Cordell (Mrs. Mount).
An employment agency official has difficulty trying to fill a position for an extremely particular customer.





September 24, 1972: The Return Of The Sorcerer
Season 3, episode 1
W: Halsted Welles   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Bill Bixby (Noel Evans), Tisha Sterling (Fern), Vincent Price (John Carnby).
A man answers an ad placed by a sorcerer who is desperate to know the meaning of an ancient Arabic manuscript passage over which two previous translators quit.

October 1, 1972: The Girl With The Hungry Eyes
Season 3, episode 2
W: Robert Malcolm Young   D: John Badham

With James Farentino (David Faulkner), John Astin (Munsch), Kip Niven (Harry Krell), Joanna Pettet (The Girl).
A struggling photographer's career takes off when the perfect model walks through his door, demanding only that he doesn't falter.

October 15, 1972: Fright Night
Season 3, episode 3
W: Robert Malcolm Young   D: Jeff Corey

With Stuart Whitman (Tom Ogilvy), Barbara Anderson (Leona Ogilvy), Ellen Corby (Miss Patience), Alan Napier (Zachariah Ogilvy).
A writer and his wife inherit a farmhouse and an old trunk which is not to be moved or opened.

October 22, 1972: Rare Objects
Season 3, episode 4
W: Rod Serling   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Raymond Massey (Dr. Glendon), Mickey Rooney (Augie Kolodney), Ralph Adamo (Tony), Victor Sen Yung (Butler), Regis Cordic (Doctor), David Fresco (Blockman), Fay Spain (Molly Mitchell).
The world's most feared racketeer is marked for death, but a physician promises him safety and security forever -- for a small price.

October 29, 1972: Spectre In Tap Shoes
Season 3, episode 5
W: Gene Kearney   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Sandra Dee (Millicent/Marion Hardy), Dane Clark (William Jason), Christopher Connelly (Sam Davis), Michael Laird (Michael), Russell Thorson (Dr. Coolidge).
A woman continues to be haunted by the seeming presence of her twin sister who died under mysterious circumstances.

November 5, 1972: The Ring With The Red Velvet Ropes
Season 3, episode 6
W: Robert Malcolm Young   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Gary Lockwood (Jim Figg), Chuck Connors (Roderick Blanco), Joan Van Ark (Sandra Blanco), Ralph Manza (Max), Charles Davis (Hayes), Ji-Tu Cumbuka (Big Dan Anger), James Bacon (2nd Reporter), Frankie Van (Referee).
The new heavyweight boxing champion of the world is suddenly faced with an unscheduled fight against a supernatural challenger.

November 12, 1972: You Can Come Up Now, Mrs. Millikan
Season 3, episode 7
W: Rod Serling   D: John Badham

With Ozzie Nelson (Henry Millikan), Harriet Nelson (Helena Millikan), Roger Davis (George Beaumont), Michael Lerner (Dr. Burgess), Don Keefer (Dr. Coolidge), Margaret Muse (Dr. Steinhem), Lew Brown (Detective Stacy), Stuart Nisbet (Detective Kimbrough).
A scientist, whose far-out ideas keep failing, is convinced his final, ultimate experiment will succeed despite the taunts from his fellow colleagues.

November 12, 1972: Smile, Please
Season 3, episode 8
W: Jack Laird   D: Jack Laird

With Cesare Danova (Man), Lindsay Wagner (Girl).
A vignette about photographing a vampire.

November 19, 1972: The Other Way Out
Season 3, episode 9
W: Gene Kearney   D: Gene Kearney

With Ross Martin (Bradley Meredith), Burl Ives (Old Man), Peggy Feury (Estelle), Jack Collins (Potter), Elizabeth Thompson (Miss Flannagan), Paul Micale (Waiter), Adam Weed (Sonny).
A dapper businessman receives letters tying him to the mysterious slaying of a go-go dancer and summoning him to a rendezvous with the anonymous author.

December 3, 1972: Finnegan's Flight
Season 3, episode 10
W: Rod Serling   D: Gene Kearney

With Burgess Meredith (Charlie Finnegan), Cameron Mitchell (Pete Tuttle), Barry Sullivan (Dr. Simsich), Kenneth Tobey (Warden), John Gilgreen (Infirmary Guard), Roger E. Mosley (Prisoner #2), Raymond Mayo (1st Prisoner), Michael Masters (Tower Guard).
A prison lifer yearning for freedom submits to a cellmate's experiments in mind over matter -- with tragic results.

December 24, 1972: She'll Be Company For You
Season 3, episode 11
W: David Rayfiel   D: Gerald Perry Finnerman

With Leonard Nimoy (Henry Auden), Lorraine Gary (Barbara Morgan), Kathryn Hays (June), Bern Hoffman (Reverend).
A man is given a cat by his late wife to keep him company and to divert his attentions from his secretary.

January 14, 1973: Something In The Woodwork
Season 3, episode 12
W: Rod Serling   D: Edward M. Abroms

With Geraldine Page (Molly Wheatland), Leif Erickson (Charlie Wheatland), John McMurtry (Jamie Dilman), Paul Jenkins (Joe Wilson), Barbara Rhoades (Julie).
A woman who has become an alcoholic decides to avenge herself against her former husband with the aid of a ghost living in her home.

March 4, 1973: Death On A Barge
Season 3, episode 13
W: Halsted Welles   D: Leonard Nimoy

With Lesley Ann Warren (Hyacinth), Lou Antonio (Jake), Brooke Bundy (Phyllis), Robert Pratt (Ron), Artie Spain (Coastguardsman), Jim Boles (Father).
A dockside merchant ignores the warnings of his friends when he falls desperately in love with a wraith-like young woman.

May 13, 1973: Whisper
Season 3, episode 14
W: David Rayfiel   D: Jeannot Szwarc

With Sally Field (Irene), Dean Stockwell (Charlie), Kent Smith (Dr. Kennaway).
An American couple, seeking peace and tranquility in an old, remote English country house, start hearing the voices of the dead and are soon communicating with the spirits.

May 20, 1973: The Doll Of Death
Season 3, episode 15
W: Jack Guss   D: John Badham

With Alejandro Rey (Raphael), Murray Matheson (Dr. Strang), Henry Brandon (Vereker), Jean Durand (Andrew), Susan Strasberg (Sheila Trent), Barry Atwater (Alec Brandon).
An English colonel in the British West Indies uses the power of voodoo to claim his fiancee, who runs off with a former boyfriend.

May 27, 1973: Hatred Unto Death
Season 3, episode 16
W: Halsted Welles   D: Gerald Perry Finnerman

With Steve Forrest (Grant Wilson), Dina Merrill (Ruth Wilson), Fernando Lamas (Ramirez), George Barrows (N'gi).
A husband and wife writing team, who hope to capitalize on a gorilla captured in Africa, are stunned to learn that the gorilla becomes enraged whenever he is in the presence of the husband.

May 27, 1973: How To Cure The Common Vampire
Season 3, episode 17
W: Jack Laird   D: Jack Laird

With Johnny Brown (Man with Stake), Richard Deacon (Man with Mallet).
A pair of vampire hunters debate the most efficient method to dispatch their nemesis.


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