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Night Gallery: The Phantom Farmhouse

The mysterious death of a patient at a mental institution leads the presiding physician, Dr. Joel Winter, to track down a mysterious farmhouse. When he arrives there, he falls in love with Mildred, the beautiful woman who resides there with her parents, but he soon realizes she hides a dark secret.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x17
Production Number: 34306
Airdate: Wednesday October 20th, 1971



 
Special Guest Stars

Guest Stars
David McCallumDavid McCallum
As Dr. Joel Winter
David McCallumDavid McCallum
As Dr. Joel Winter

Co-Guest Stars
Ivor FrancisIvor Francis
As Pierre
Recurring
Ivor FrancisIvor Francis
As Pierre
Recurring
Bill Quinn (1)Bill Quinn (1)
As Dr. Tom
Recurring
Bill Quinn (1)Bill Quinn (1)
As Dr. Tom
Recurring
Ford RaineyFord Rainey
As The Sheriff
Ford RaineyFord Rainey
As The Sheriff
Trina ParksTrina Parks
As Betty
Trina ParksTrina Parks
As Betty
Gail BonneyGail Bonney
As Mrs. Squire
Gail BonneyGail Bonney
As Mrs. Squire
Martin AsheMartin Ashe
As Mr. Squire
Ray BallardRay Ballard
As Mr. Grouch
Ray BallardRay Ballard
As Mr. Grouch
Frank ArnoldFrank Arnold
As Shepherd
Main Cast
Episode Notes
Based on the short story "The Phantom Farmhouse" by Seabury Quinn. This story was first published in Weird Tales (October 1923).



Other Episode Crew

CreatorRod Serling
ProducerJack Laird
Costume DesignerBill Jobe
Set DecoratorChester L. Bayhi  |  John M. Dwyer
Director of PhotographyLionel Lindon
Art DirectorJoseph Alves, Jr.
Main Title DesignWayne Fitzgerald
Film EditorLarry Lester  |  Jean-Jacques Berthelot
SoundRoger A. Parish  |  David H. Moriarty
Unit ManagerBurt Astor
Executive Story ConsultantGerald Sanford
Assistant To The ProducerAnthony Redman
Editorial SupervisorRichard Belding
Theme MusicGil Melle
Gallery PaintingsThomas J. Wright  |  Logan Elston  |  Phil Bandierle
 
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