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Ghost Story: The Graveyard Shift

A couple is haunted by the ghosts of old horror-film monsters who want to possess a baby, because the studio that they haunt is in danger of being torn down.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x19
Airdate: Friday February 16th, 1973

Director: Don McDougall
Writer: Mann Rubin


Starring Roles
Patty DukePatty Duke
As Linda Colby (as Patty Duke Astin)
John AstinJohn Astin
As Fred Colby
William CastleWilliam Castle
As J.B. Filmore (as special cameo appearance)

Guest Stars
Don Don 'Red' Barry
As Charlie Durham (as Donald Barry)
Recurring
Joe RenteriaJoe Renteria
As Johnny Horne

Co-Guest Stars
Douglas HendersonDouglas Henderson
As Jack Willis (as Doug Henderson)
Recurring
Paul PicerniPaul Picerni
As Dr. Richardson
Royce WallaceRoyce Wallace
As The Nurse
Anthony EldridgeAnthony Eldridge
As Royal Warlock
Eric GethersEric Gethers
As Royal Warlock
Skip RileySkip Riley
As Royal Warlock
Roger GarrettRoger Garrett
As Royal Warlock
David Garfield (2)David Garfield (2)
As Royal Warlock (as John D. Garfield)

Featuring
I. Stanford JolleyI. Stanford Jolley
As The Wolfman
Hal BokarHal Bokar
As The Apeman
Mathias ReitzMathias Reitz
As The Claw
Jim BolesJim Boles
As Dr. Death
Allen JaffeAllen Jaffe
As The Hunchback
Episode Notes
The setting of a deserted movie studio is the original Columbia Pictures lot.

John Astin and Patty Duke were married to each other at the time this was filmed.



Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerWilliam Castle
ProducerJoel Rogosin
CastingShelley Ellison
Unit Production ManagerJames H. Brown
MusicBilly Goldenberg  |  Robert Prince
Set DecoratorBob Signorelli
Production CoordinatorLouis H. Goldstein
Director of PhotographyEmmett Bergholz
Art DirectorCary Odell  |  Ross Bellah
Special EffectsPhil Cory
Film EditorJohn Sheets
Assistant DirectorMurray Schwartz
Assistant To The Executive ProducerRick Blum
Story ConsultantMark Weingart  |  Jimmy Sangster
Make-up SupervisorBen Lane
Casting ExecutiveRenee Valente
DeveloperRichard Matheson
ThemeBilly Goldenberg
 
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