Night Gallery - Season 2 Episodes
“The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes”
A 10-year-old boy's forecasts of the future; strange happenings in the home of a babysitter's employer; the presence of alien spirits that control a man's hand; and abduction by a masked and cloaked phantom make up the season premiere of Night Gallery.
“Miss Lovecraft Sent Me”
A vignette about a babysitter and her latest client.
“The Hand of Borgus Weems”
A desperate man seeks out the help of a surgeon when he discovers an invading presence has control of his right hand.
“Phantom of What Opera?”
The Phantom of the Opera gets the shock of his life when he menaces a beautiful young singer.
“Death in the Family”
Four segments dealing with an eccentric mortician, an old married couple, a college classroom of the future and an employment counselor and client. Stars include E.G. Marshall, Desi Arnaz, Jr., Imogene Coca, King Donovan, Vincent Price, Victor Buono.
Bricks and mortar figure in a wife's plan to end her husband's suffering.
“Class of '99”
A graduating class of the future takes a particularly revealing final exam.
An employment agency official has difficulty trying to fill a position for an extremely particular customer.
A brief incantation in verse while a coven hungrily awaits an overdue member.
“Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay”
A college professor suspects that his visiting aunt is an ancient witch--with designs on inhabiting his wife's body.
“With Apologies to Mr. Hyde”
Dr. Jekyll tries out a new potion.
“The Flip-Side of Satan”
Three segments dealing with a witch returned from the grave searching for a new body to inherit, a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde treatment, and a disc jockey's endless nightmare. Stars Jeanette Nolan, James Farentino, Michelle Lee, Adam West, Arte Johnson.
“A Fear of Spiders”
A phobic gourmet columnist seeks help from a woman he spurned when he discovers a hairy--and obstinate--little guest crawling in his kitchen sink.
A twist on daddy's midnight feeding.
A heartless writer now needs the woman he rejected; parents faced with a demanding youngster in the middle of the night; a retired surgeon's interest is aroused by a dense young visitor; and a father determined to straighten out his troublesome son.
A widower investigates an unusually strict military academy for his delinquent son.
“The Phantom Farmhouse”
A psychiatrist finds himself falling for a mysterious woman whose last visitor was killed--so police conclude--by wild animals.
“Silent Snow, Secret Snow”
A murder case takes on supernatural overtones, and a youngster becomes more and more involved in his own secret world, in two separate offerings. Stars: David McCallum, Linda Marsh, David Carradine, Radames Pera, Lisabeth Hush, Lonny Chapman.
“A Question of Fear”
An intrepid mercenary accepts a $15,000 bet to stay overnight in a haunted house.
“The Devil Is Not Mocked”
A man bets $10,000 that he can survive a night in a haunted house, and, in a second drama, the master of a castle is unperturbed when his domain is invaded by the Nazis. With Leslie Nielsen, Fritz Weaver, Francis Lederer, Helmut Dantine, Hank Brandt.
“Midnight Never Ends”
A man and a woman experience a strangely familiar encounter and, in the second story, a child, entering adolescence, discovers and befriends a monster. Stars Susan Strasberg, Robert F. Lyons, Laurie Prange and Glenn Corbett.
A love story about a friendless teenager and the strange creature she traps in an abandoned quarry.
A vitriolic gossip columnist and her victim meet in final confrontation, Count Dracula and a blood bank nurse have a misunderstanding, an eccentric farmer indulges the curiosity of some kids, and a professor belittles the power of some ancient cults.
“A Matter of Semantics”
Count Dracula visits a blood bank.
An eccentric farmer promises a "big surprise" to a group of boys . . . if they dig for it.
“Professor Peabody's Last Lecture”
While debunking ancient cults, an academic unwisely scoffs at the wrong god.
“House - with Ghost”
A philandering husband schemes to murder his wife with the aid of a ghost.
“A Midnight Visit to the Neighborhood Blood Bank”
An unscrupulous medicine man in the Old West promises restored healthâ€”or a resurrectionâ€”to a poor farmer's dying daughter.
“Dr. Stringfellow's Rejuvenator”
Bob Crane, Jo Anne Worley, Victor Buono, Forrest Tucker and John Astin star in four separate segments dealing with a haunted house, Count Dracula, a patent medicine man in the early West and a new arrival in hell.
A recent initiate is surprised to find Hell a little tame for his liking.
“The Dark Boy”
A schoolteacher in a frontier town tries to reach a timid, hauntingly strange fourth grader.
“Keep in Touch - We'll Think of Something”
A rural school haunted by a child's ghost and a man's search for the girl in his dreams are the themes of two segments of "Rod Serling's Night Gallery" starring Elizabeth Hartman, Gale Sondergaard, Alex Cord and Joanna Pettet.
A young woman of Victorian Boston finds herself drawn to a reclusive artist obsessed with ghouls.
“The Dear Departed”
A ghoulish artist, a phony spiritualist, and a weird elevator occupant figure in three separate segments of "Rod Serling's Night Gallery." Starring Bradford Dillman, Louise Sorel, Steve Lawrence, Maureen Arthur, Harvey Lembeck and Patricia Donahue.
“An Act of Chivalry”
A vignette about elevator manners.
A haunting love story of a young woman and her late father's colleague, a man clinging desperately to life in a refrigerated apartment.
A heartless moneylender gets his just desserts with the help of a client's unusual telescopic device.
“Quoth the Raven”
Life after death, here and in the hereafter, are the themes of two segments, followed by a "fractured classic" involving Edgar Allan Poe and his raven. Stars Barbara Rush, Henry Darrow, Beatrice Kay, Ross Martin, Rene Auberjonois and Marty Allen.
“The Messiah on Mott Street”
Desperate to stay alive for the sake of his nine-year-old grandson, an elderly, near-penniless Jew on the brink of death pins his hopes for salvation on the coming of the Messiah.
“The Painted Mirror”
A mirror reflecting an alien landscape figures in an antique dealer's scheme to rid himself of a hateful business partner.
“The Different Ones”
In a rigidly conformist future society, an anguished father agrees to send his deformed son to a distant planet.
A chance encounter with a strange couple convinces a young woman that she has had a glimpse of the future.
Searching for a lost explorer in Africa, British authorities accuse a powerful witch doctor of his murder.
“The Tune in Dan's Cafe”
A couple stopping at a roadside diner encounter a jukebox that plays only one song, a tune connected with a tragic romance.
An unscrupulous tycoon takes drastic steps to force an old widow off her land. His stumbling block: her strange talent for gardening.
A vampire plans his belated, lavish--and noisy--final obsequy.
A captured mermaid awakens emotions in a cold-hearted sea captain, who desperately seeks a way to keep her alive.
“The Late Mr. Peddington”
A businesslike widow goes shopping for the cheapest funeral she can buy.
“A Feast of Blood”
A repulsive suitor evens the score with a calculating beauty by presenting her with an unusual gift: a fur brooch that seems almost alive.
“The Miracle at Camafeo”
An insurance swindler stages a miraculous recovery from his fake paralysis at a Mexican shrine.
“The Ghost of Sorworth Place”
An American drifter protects a Scottish widow from the spectre of her late husband.
“The Waiting Room”
A gunfighter's final reckoning awaits him in a frontier saloon.
“Last Rites for a Dead Druid”
When a woman buys a statue bearing an uncanny resemblance to her husband, he soon feels the influence of its model: an ancient druid sorcerer.
“Deliveries in the Rear”
A ghastly shocker about a surgery instructor unconcerned about the source of his cadavers.
“Stop Killing Me”
Convinced that her husband is trying to worry her to death, a distraught housewife files a complaint with the police.
A gangster on the lam engages the services of a compliant exporter.
“I'll Never Leave You - Ever”
The wife of a loathsomely ill farmer decides to force nature's hand with the help of an old crone skilled in the black arts.
“There Aren't Anymore MacBanes”
A sorcery student invokes an ancient spirit to rid himself of a bothersome uncle.
“The Sins of the Fathers”
In a tale of an old Welsh funerary custom, a devastating famine forces a young boy to play the part of a sin-eater at a dead man's wake. His duties: to cleanse the departed of sin by feasting in the presence of his corpse.
“You Can't Get Help Like That Anymore”
An abusive couple find that their latest robot maid is developing survival instincts.
A bored colonial on a Malaysian plantation employs an exotic accomplice--an earwig--in his gruesome plot to assassinate a romantic rival.
“Little Girl Lost”
Military strategists unwittingly plant the seeds of the apocalypse when they humor a scientific genius unbalanced by his daughter's death.