Night Gallery (1969–1973)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Drama, Fantasy, Horror


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Rod Serling presents tales of horror illustrated in various paintings.


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  • Joseph Wiseman in Night Gallery (1969)
  • Steven Spielberg and Joan Crawford in Night Gallery: Pilot (1969)
  • Steven Spielberg and Joan Crawford in Night Gallery: Pilot (1969)
  • Joan Crawford in Night Gallery: Pilot (1969)
  • Tom Bosley in Night Gallery (1969)
  • Paul Stewart in Night Gallery (1969)

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27 January 2000 | yenlo
Paintings from a macabre zone.
Rod Serlings follow up to Twilight Zone. This series originally began as a four in one alternating with three other shows and each would get one airing per month. Night Gallery was easily the best and became a weekly. While Twilight Zone dealt with Science Fiction Gallery dealt on the macabre horror side. Rod as host would introduce each story via a painting.

A few (mostly the short ones) had tongue in cheek humor. The others could be very spooky. The theme music was equally eerie. The show now airs on the Sci-Fi channel. Having watched it when it originally aired it seems that the episodes are edited here and there. Later episodes were added from another series entitled The Sixth Sense and they were not nearly as good as the Serling ones.

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