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Night Gallery: Deliveries in the Rear

An unethical doctor looks the other way when bodies are frequently procured for his medical school.

Episode Info
Episode number: 2x54
Production Number: 34319
Airdate: Wednesday February 09th, 1972

Director: Jeff Corey
Writer: Rod Serling

Guest Stars
Cornel WildeCornel Wilde
As Dr. John Fletcher
Rosemary ForsythRosemary Forsyth
As Barbara Bennett
Walter BurkeWalter Burke
As Jameson

Co-Guest Stars
Peter WhitneyPeter Whitney
As The First Man
Larry D. MannLarry D. Mann
As Hannify
Peter BroccoPeter Brocco
As Dr. Shockman
Ian WolfeIan Wolfe
As Dillingham
Marjorie BennettMarjorie Bennett
As Old Woman (Mrs. Woods)
John MaddisonJohn Maddison
As Second Man
Main Cast
Episode Quotes
Host: Good evening, and welcome to an art museum of the unique. Paintings offered up that infrequently find themselves hung in the more prosaic places. Paintings that are frequently as much formaldehyde as they are pigment. So upon viewing, if you sense a touch of the grave, the morgue, the concrete slab, count yourself more or less normal in terms of your taste in art, at least this art. Number 1 entry, a painting that suggests a story very replete with gaslight, hansom cabs, and cadavers. An all-star cast of corpses appearing in what we call Deliveries in the Rear. Delivered to you now on Night Gallery.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorRod Serling
ProducerJack Laird
Costume DesignerBill Jobe
Set DecoratorJohn M. Dwyer
Director of PhotographyGerald Perry Finnerman  |  Charles Straumer
Art DirectorJoseph Alves, Jr.
Main Title DesignWayne Fitzgerald
Music ScorePaul Glass
Film EditorJohn Kaufman Jr.  |  Larry Lester
Assistant DirectorLester William Berke  |  Ralph Sariego
Production AssociateAnthony Redman  |  Herbert Wright
Unit ManagerBurt Astor
Editorial SupervisorRichard Belding
Theme MusicGil Melle
Gallery PaintingsThomas J. Wright  |  Phil Bandierle  |  Logan Elston
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