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Night Gallery: Fright Night

A couple inherits a farmhouse that has a most ungodly trunk "that will be called for".

Episode Info


Episode number: 3x8
Production Number: 35210
Airdate: Sunday December 10th, 1972



Guest Stars
Stuart WhitmanStuart Whitman
As Tom Ogilvy
Recurring
Barbara AndersonBarbara Anderson
As Leona Ogilvy

Co-Guest Stars
Alan NapierAlan Napier
As Cousin Zachariah
Recurring
Larry Watson (1)Larry Watson (1)
As Longhair
Recurring
Michael LairdMichael Laird
voiced 1st Goblin
Recurring
Ellen CorbyEllen Corby
As Miss Patience
Glenna SergentGlenna Sergent
voiced 2nd Goblin
Main Cast
Stanley WaxmanStanley Waxman
voiced Announcer

Recap

Tom and Leona Ogilvy arrive at the house belonging to Tom’s recently deceased cousin, Zachariah. The housekeeper, Miss Patience, isn’t there to meet them as promised so they go inside. She comes downstairs and tells them that she never stays in the house after dark. As Miss Patience shows the couple the upstairs, the doors behind them close on their own...

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Episode Quotes
Host: We're truly delighted that you've come. I mean, anyone can go to the movies or a night double-header or a discotheque or what-have-you, but only the tasteful visit a place like this. Their taste, of course, must of necessity run toward the slightly odd or, at the very least, the bizarre. That's what we deal with here: the bizarre -- the expected unexpected, if you will. As in the case of this painting here. It's called Fright Night, featuring that beloved star of stage and screen... the name eludes me, but there is, you'll note, a familiarity about it. Actually, this fiery apparition is the sort of thing that appears in strange houses. Because that's what this painting depicts: a very strange house--and you're welcome to share it with us, because this is the Night Gallery.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorRod Serling
ProducerJack Laird
Associate ProducerHerbert Wright  |  Anthony Redman  |  Burt Astor
MusicEddie Sauter
Music SupervisorHal Mooney
Costume DesignerBill Jobe
Set DecoratorJohn M. Dwyer
Director of PhotographyGerald Perry Finnerman
Art DirectorJoseph Alves, Jr.
Main Title DesignWayne Fitzgerald
Film EditorAlbert J.J. Zúñiga
SoundMelvin M. Metcalfe, Sr.
Assistant DirectorRalph Sariego
Unit ManagerBurt Astor
Editorial SupervisorRichard Belding
Gallery PaintingsThomas J. Wright  |  Phil Bandierle
 
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