Night Gallery (1970 - 1973)


Night Gallery

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A stylish anthology of tales focusing on the nightmarishly macabre and the supernatural. Some episodes were adaptations of classic stories, others based on original scripts---including some by host Rod Serling, creator of `The Twilight Zone.' His entries include the deeply moving, Emmy-nominated `They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar,' with William Windom; and `The Caterpillar,' with Laurence Harvey, an episode that Stephen King has described as `one of the most frightening ever telecast on TV.'

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1972, NBC, 17 episodes

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1971, NBC, 62 episodes

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1970, NBC, 14 episodes

Cast

Joan Crawford
as Miss Menlo
Ossie Davis
as Portifoy
Richard Kiley
as Strobe
Barry Sullivan
as Dr. Heatherton
Norma Crane
as Gretchen
George Murdock
as First Agent
Tom Basham
as Gibbons
Shannon Farnon
as First Nurse
Cathleen Cordell
as Miss Beamish
Stuart Whitman
as Sea Captain
Jeff Corey
as Dr. Miles Talmadge
Rene Auberjonois
as Sharsted Jr.
Jeanette Nolan
as Miss Wattle
Geraldine Page
as Mrs. Evans
Pat Boone
as Widower
William Hansen
as Grandfather
Arte Johnson
as Disc Jockey
David McCallum
as Psychiatrist
Joel Grey
as Sorcery Student
E.G. Marshall
as Undertaker
Forrest Tucker
as Dr. Stringfellow
Alex Cord
as Erik Sutton
Gale Sondergaard
as Miss Abigail
Mickey Rooney
as Kingpin Hood
John Calicos
as Survivor
Shani Wallis
as Miss Danton
Roger Davis
as George Beaumont
Ivor Francis
as Psychiatrist
Diane Baker
as Miss Alcott
Anabel Garth
as Mermaid
Julie Adams
as Gay Melcor
Leif Erickson
as Charlie Wheatland
Chill Wills
as Hepplewhite
Patrick Macnee
as Major Crosby
Linda Marsh
as Mildred
Tom Troup
as Pierce
Glenn Corbett
as Richard Alden
Beatrice Kay
as Mrs. Gibbons
Ray Milland
as Dr. Ravdon
Cloris Leachman
as Mrs. Fulton
Barbara Anderson
as Leona Ogilvy
Burl Ives
as Avenger
Clint Howard
as Young Seer
Jon Korkes
as Victor
Henry Silva
as Pandit Chola
Suzy Parker
as Carlotta
Tony Roberts
as Dr. Levine
Ray Danton
as Joe Melcor
Ellen Corby
as Miss Patience
Peggy Feury
as Estelle
Patricia Donahue
as Dr. Innokenti
Fay Spain
as Molly Mitchell
Don Keefer
as Coolidge
Carl Betz
as Max Redford
Peter Brocco
as Dr. Shockman
Paul Jenkins
as Joe Wilson
Mavis Neal
as Mrs. Ducker
Bill Quinn
as Dr. Tom
David Fresco
as Blockman
Ned Glass
as Bernstein
Margaret Muse
as Steinhem
Al Lewis
as Mishkin
E.J. Andre
as Charlie
John Lasell
as Colonel Hawes
Hope Summers
as Miss Lettie
Lex Barker
as McKinley
Alan Napier
as Cousin Zachariah
Russell Thorson
as Dr. Coolidge
Adam West
as Mr. Hyde
Peter Mamakos
as Kazanzakis
Ellen Blake
as Creature
Larry Watson
as Longhair
Lew Brown
as First Officer
Anne Taylor
as Miss Moretti
Elizabeth Thompson
as Miss Flannagan
Jack Laird
as Assistant
Stuart Nisbet
as Second Officer
Adam Weed
as Sonny
Gail Bonney
as Mrs. Squire
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Series Details

TV Network: NBC
Premiere Date: Dec 16, 1970
Genre: Horror
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