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Rod Serling's Night Gallery 1 Season

Season 1
4.3 out of 5 stars (22) IMDb 8/10

In 1969, the master of suspense, Rod Serling, followed up his run on the legendary series The Twilight Zone with his next chilling creation - Night Gallery. The series ran through 1973, spinning out of rotating anthology series Four In One, and eventually incorporating episodes from the short-lived supernatural series The Sixth Sense. In the end, the Emmy-winning Night Gallery stands as an all-time classic in the realm of televised terror. Prepare for scares with this special selection of episodes, because you're about to experience the chill of a lifetime.

Starring:
Rod Serling, Larry Watson

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Season 1

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1. The Dead Man/ The Housekeeper

Two half hour segments, one dealing with the power of suggestion and the other dealing with a soul transfer. Larry Hagman guest stars.

TV-NR Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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2. They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar/The Last Laurel

The power of levitation and the gradual merging of past and present figure in two half hour segments.

TV-NR Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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3. The House/Certain Shadows on the Wall

Two different types of haunted houses feature in two half hour segments combined to create a gripping hour of drama.

TV-NR Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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4. Make Me Laugh/Clean Kills and Other Trophies

Two half hour segments. The first deals with an inept comic desperate for laughs and the second with a sportsman who puts his unwilling son to the test of the kill.

TV-NR Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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5. Pamela's Voice/Lone Survivor/The Doll

A trilogy featuring a shrewish woman, a Titanic survivor, and a voodoo doll.

TV-NR Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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6. Room With A View/The Little Black Bag/The Nature of the Enemy

An invalid, a skid row bum, and an astronaut figure in this collection of three gripping stories.

TV-NR Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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7. I Do Not Belong To The Human World

Psychic investigator, Michael Rhodes, Ph. D., makes contact with a young prisoner of war believed to be dead.

TV-NR Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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8. The Heart That Wouldn't Stay Buried

A mysteriously ill man fears the fiance of his late son.

TV-NR Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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9. Lady, Lady, Take My Life

Michael Rhodes tests members of a scientific group to ascertain who willed an abusive official's death.

TV-NR Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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10. The House That Cried Murder

Dr. Rhodes investigates Gail Sumner's visions of a murder and of herself in a car sinking in a lake.

TV-NR Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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11. The Man Who Died At Three & Nine

Michael Rhodes helps a diplomat whose psyche is being taken over by an unknown telepath.

TV-NR Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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12. Can A Dead Man Strike From the Grave?

Dr. Rhodes investigates the case of Edwin Danbury who is haunted by eerie visions and plays piano masterfully while in a trance-like state.

TV-NR Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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13. With This Ring, I Thee Kill

Dr. Rhodes is asked to protect Marguerite Webster, a young woman in love and victim of a shocking psychic illusion.

TV-NR Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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14. Witch, Witch, Burning Bright

Judith Eaton believes her daughter Damaris is a witch like previous Eatons.

TV-NR Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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15. Eye of The Haunted

Psychic investigator Michael Rhodes seeks the slayer of the teacher, Diana Parker, whom he loved.

TV-NR Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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16. Echo of a Distant Scream

Michael Rhodes' life is at stake as he investigates a white ghost horse that menaces his friend Paula Norris.

TV-NR Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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17. Whisper of Evil

Dr. Rhodes races to find the sister of Alice Bennington, whose life depends on a successful kidney transplant.

TV-NR Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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18. The Shadow In The Well

Rhodes helps Lisa Wolf, frightened by an apparition of her late husband whom she believes she accidentally drowned.

TV-NR Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

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19. Face Of Ice

Rhodes helps a girl suffering from amnesia after witnessing a murder through astral projection.

TV-NR Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: January 1, 1969

Customer Reviews

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By D. Nolte on November 27, 2007
Format: Amazon Video
Looking over the descriptions for these video downloads, most of them are NOT from the TV show "Night Gallery," but rather from a show called "The Sixth Sense" (which was a '70s TV show about a psychic - not to be confused with the M Night movie).

"Night Gallery" was a great, but short-lived anthology show, similar to Rod Serling's previous work "The Twilight Zone." After the series was done, the studio tried to make enough episodes so that they could sell the series into syndication. They took the hour-long episodes of "Night Gallery" and re-edited them to fit into 30-minute slots. But that wasn't quite enough - so they took this completely different TV show called "The Sixth Sense" and cut all of its hour-long episodes into 30-minute stories (hiring Rod Serling to film new introductions so that they'd appear to be actual "Night Gallery" episodes).

It seems these butchered episodes of "The Sixth Sense" will forever be thought of as "those horrible Night Gallery episodes that starred Gary Collins." And that's really not the case.

The "Sixth Sense" episodes are the ones featuring Gary Collins (or the character "Michael Rhodes"). So it looks like downloads #1-6 are "Night Gallery" episodes, while #7-19 are from "The Sixth Sense" (which isn't a bad series, just not on par with the "Night Gallery").
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Please say you're going to add the second season of Night Gallery to Amazon Instant Video (hopefully prime)! My all-time favorite episode is called "Caterpillar" and appears in Season 2 of Rod Serling's "Night Gallery. Actually, I think it was one of the last episodes for that season -- and left many a child shaking in their boots before bed, wondering when an earwig was going to take up residence in their brain -- me included.
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I've been a die hard Rod Serling fan for over 40 years. Of course it all began with the Twilight Zone and my addiction to that show has never waivered. In addition to the Ultmate Collection on DVD I must have every book on Serling and contine to stream epsiodes I must have seen hundreds of times.

I'm thrilled Amazon brought Night Gallery to it's customers, I loved the show and waited, literally for it to air. That wasback in the 70's and it's wondeful to seenot only the look and feel of that awkward time - but to stream favorite episodes. In this case I still find "The Doll" incredibly disturbing as I do with Lone Survivor. But the real gem here is the performance by the iconc and legendary Phyllis Diller in Pamela's Voice talk about perfect casting!

John Astin is terfic as the tortured husband who get's his unseen due in an unexpected twist of fate. Well, the show of course looks dated but it's nostalgic and brings the viewer back to perhaps what was a simpler time. If you're a fan of the show your going to love seeing your favorites again - if you've never seen Night Gallery, try the episode staring Joan Crawford, you're bound to get hooked!
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Rod Serling's Night Gallery Season 1 is just what I need to start off my Amazon Instant Movie collection. I cannot believe I was able to snag it for the price $7.99) I did notice the first half of the disc is missing (The ones that include Joan Crawford and Ozzie Davis) but it was a nice twist to add the first season of "Sixth Sense," I remember those growing up as well.

Do you think you will attain the rights for Night Gallery Season 2-3 as well?

I am a ROD SERLING addict!!!! Twilight Zone and Night Gallery are my favorites!

No complaints here...I am pleased!
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I always enjoy The Night Gallery and shows like it. The stories are interesting and sometimes bazaar. They're Tearing Downs Tim Riley's Bar is a story of feeling the world has passed you by. It connects with us because we all get that feeling eventually that the world has changed all around us and left us behind. In life, there comes a time when we don't understand the music, when we don't like anything on television anymore or "don't get the younger generation" (weren't we once the younger generation?). It's a wonderfully poignant episode and anyone will love it.
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This t.v. series is one of the most enjoyable
from Rod Serling[ the twilight zone]It has several
diffrent episodes from a mystery horror theme.
A few of the funniest are Pamelas Voice which stars
John Astin,Another is The black bag.It also has
some episodes from the old Gary Collins series E.S.P.
This is worth owning in your collection.
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The episode with the doll was what made me afraid of my sister's dolls growing up. I am 40 now and I still hate dolls. This was what did it and no one understood. I finally found it and if nothing else, I am not as freaked out by dolls now. But my wife is. :)
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I grew up watching this show and I still absolutely love it and love Rod Serling.
I could see how some people - especially younger - might find the pacing too slow and technicals too dated, but the stories never disappoint and no show hits that perfect tone of horror like these episodes did.
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