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Night Gallery: Season 3

Vincent Price , Mickey Rooney  |  Unrated |  DVD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)

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Product Details

  • Actors: Vincent Price, Mickey Rooney, Sally Field, Sandra Dee, Bill Bixby
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: April 10, 2012
  • Run Time: 390 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006TBYC76
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,179 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

Disc 1:
  • The Return of the Sorcerer Commentary with Night Gallery Historians Scott Skelton & Jim Benson


  • Disc 2:
  • Lost Tales from Season 2 Commentary with Night Gallery Historians Jim Benson & Scott Skelton

  • Editorial Reviews

    Join master of mystery Rod Serling (The Twilight Zone) as he invites you into the transfixing world of fantasy, horror and science fiction of the Night Gallery. In its third and final season, Serling once again presents stories that still leave an undeniable chill, filled with restless spirits, murderous spouses and unidentified terrors that go bump in the night. Featuring a sensational roster of entertainment legends including Vincent Price, Mickey Rooney, Sally Field, Sandra Dee, Bill Bixby, and Leonard Nimoy, you’ll want to be there as the final portrait of suspense is hung in the Night Gallery… forever.

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    178 of 181 people found the following review helpful
    Format:DVD
    I'm Jim Benson, co-author of the Night Gallery book with Scott Skelton. My production company TV Time Machine Productions and Scott, worked with Skip Martin of Universal Studios Digital Services and Universal Home Entertainment in the restoration of the "lost episode" for this DVD set (featuring the segments "Die Now, Pay Later," "Room For One Less," "Witches' Feast," and "Little Girl Lost"). Because of the complicated history of this series, sometimes there's some confusion. In the early 1970's, Night Gallery was heavily altered for syndication. Cut into half-hours, some segments were expanded with footage from other TV Shows and movies--totally unrelated to Night Gallery. Other segments were edited down drastically in order to meet time requirements for syndication. In the case of "Die Now, Pay Later," "Room For One Less," "Witches' Feast," and "Little Girl Lost," we worked from the original shooting scripts and from original studio notes, restoring these episodes to their original states, as intended by the original filmmakers back in the early 1970's.
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    127 of 134 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars Includes "Lost Episode" and Two All-Time Classics February 8, 2012
    Format:DVD
    By the third season of Night Gallery, the network had cut its running time to thirty minutes rather than sixty--which left the show's creative team much more limited in how they could pace the vignettes. Tensions between writer/face-man Rod Serling and workaholic writer/producer Jack Laird had gotten worse than ever, and the show's use of the cheap-looking "day for night" technique--in which outdoor scenes were shot in daylight and then filtered to unconvincingly appear as "nighttime"--had reached an all-time high. Season three had several meandering episodes that barely held together a narrative thread ("Whisper" and "Death on a Barge," for example), and of the seventeen stories that originally aired (fifteen episodes), two are useless vampire puns (courtesy of Jack Laird, if I recall) and another two focus on killer animals (a gorilla and a jungle cat) rather than ghosts or monsters.

    There are, however, two standouts that remain some of the best episodes of television to ever bear Serling's name. The first, "The Other Way Out," is a compelling tale, through-and-through, about a man who gets his comeuppance after murdering a "go-go dancer" and seemingly getting away with it--until he is lured to an isolated farm by a potential blackmailer. The second truly great story, "Finnegan's Flight," sees Burgess Meredith in his second and final Night Gallery appearance as a prison inmate whose imagination is so vivid that he can push the limits of the human mind's capabilities--and possibly bend the rules of reality.
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    56 of 61 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars It took long enough, Finally February 2, 2012
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    By the time Night Gallery hits its third season its down to a half hour now.19 more episodes with a rash of great guest stars like Sandra Dee, Leonard Nimoy, Joanna Pettit, John Astin, James Farentino,Stuart Whitman, Barbara Anderson, Dean Stockwell, Sally Field, Leslie Ann Warren, Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, Vincent Price, Diana Merill, Bill Bixby, Tisha Sterling,Gary Lockwood,and Joan Van Ark to name a few.Not too many duds in this batch.Most of the episodes are really spooky and well done for its last year. Lets hope there are some good extras in this dvd set.Look forward to adding this to my dvd library and have the whole Night Gallery Collection.God bless Rod Serling for his insomnia for thats when many of his Twilight Zone script ideas came from and the same for Night Gallery.
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    28 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars The Final Season February 4, 2012
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    Although Rod Serling was, by the start of the third season of 'Night Gallery', disillusioned, and ready to move on, there was quality to be had from many of the story segments aired. Instead of the hour long, multi-segment format, the powers that be decided in their infinite wisdom to cut the running time to 30 minutes with only one segment. Also, Gil Melle's AWESOME theme song of season 2 is replaced with an inferior replacement by composer Eddie Sauter. But, I digress...
    The season gets off to a great start with the excellent 'Return of the Sorceror' with the great Vincent Price and Bill Bixby. Other excellent segments include Joanna Pettet and the late James Farantino in 'The Girl with the Hungry Eyes', 'Something in the Woodwork', with Geraldine Page, and maybe the best of the season 'The Other Way Out' with Ross Martin an absolutely stunning script, that leaves you breathless. The rest of the season is admittedly a mixed bag, but there are more winners than losers ('Rare Objects' with Mickey Rooney is another winner) In short, a mixed bag, yes, but enough good and great segments to warrant a place on your DVD shelf.
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    17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
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    Always lingering in the shadow of "Twilight Zone", "Night Gallery" never received the love or critical respect that Rod Serling's first TV series received. Serling gave up creative control for "Night Gallery" hoping he would work less unfortunately that wasn't often the case as he would battle producer Jack Laird and others at Universal to insure a quality series. Although Sterling's name was above the title (so-to-speak), "Night Gallery" was as much writer-producer-director Jack Laird's show as it was Serling's.

    The third season of "Night Gallery" still managed to have a number of classic episodes even though they were sometimes fewer and far between compared to seasons one and two.

    Universal has done a stellar job with the transfers for the third season (much as they did with the second). The show does look soft on occasion but the overall presentation is quite nice. Image quality is surprisingly good with nice detail and although the colors are a bit subdued by modern standards, that's the look of the show itself and was pretty typical of early 70's TV shows.

    The mono soundtrack sounds nice and clear although there is some dullness that creeps in on some of the "lost" episodes simply because they had to use a variety of sources for the sound to complete them.

    Subtitles are in English (SDH).

    The special features include commentary tracks from Scott Skelton and Jim Benson who run TV Time Machine. Both Benson and Skelton worked with Universal to reconstruct the "lost" episodes from season two.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Great movies--thanks!
    Shipped out quickly. Great movies--thanks!!
    Published 7 days ago by noone
    3.0 out of 5 stars There's good stuff here, you just have to look a little harder for it.
    Season three of Rod Serling's Night Gallery was the season that the program "jumped the shark" as they say. This was not the fault of Mr. Read more
    Published 14 days ago by Deejay
    5.0 out of 5 stars it must be good!
    Gave as gift, so not sure but haven't heard any complaints -- having watched the show when it was new, it must be good!
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    4.0 out of 5 stars Ok Third Season Night Gallery
    I'm a huge Night Gallery fan as I was a kid when the series came out. Sadly the 3rd season is not up to par when it comes to the other 2 seasons. Read more
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