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Night Gallery

By Anonymous

A master of suspense, Rod Serling continued his great work after the Twilight Zone ended with the Night Gallery series. But there was a slight difference between the two shows. While the Twilight Zone dealt mostly with science fiction, Night Gallery was more in the nature of horror/suspense.

The pilot show, first aired in 1969 and directed by Steven Spielberg, brought about the series' run from 1970-1973. Each show consisted of two or more episodes along with a darkly humorous short story. The beginning was always the same: Rod would walk through a dark art gallery with several specifically lit-up paintings, introducing each painting by explaining the episode that accompanied it. Each episode was different from the others but all had an ironic twist and unusual endings.

Unlike horror stories of today that rely on violence and gore, these stories had a Edgar Allen Poe feel to them. Two episodes were nominated for Emmys ("Pickman's Model" and "They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar"), and some of today's most well-known actors were in these episodes.

The first season is now available on DVD. Like all classic and well made series, the longevity of its syndication (still being shown on TV for over thirty years!!) is a tribute to the show's uniqueness and to the great talent of Rod Serling.

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My favorite episode was "The Messiah on Mott Street". I co-starred with Edward G. Robinson playing his grandson, Mickey.

--Ricky

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TV TIDBITS

Aired: December 16, 1970 - August 12, 1973

Cast: Rod Serling

Network: NBC

Genre: Supernatural Anthology

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