Set in a sinister art gallery, Rod Serling's follow-up to "The Twilight Zone" has the host and curator selecting macabre portraits from his collection, then unfurling the nightmarish tales captured on canvas. The adapted stories of H.P. Lovecraft, Bernard Malamud and Richard Matheson join Serling's original teleplays in such episode highlights as "A Question of Fear," "The Caterpillar" and "Make Me Laugh" -- all chockablock with memorable guest stars.
Summary of Season 1 (1970) - 3 discs
The entire first season of Rod Serling's "Night Gallery" is presented in its entirety in this gripping, sometimes-frightening and always entertaining collection. Shorter versions were aired, but this volume makes use of the originals. The horror begins with a frightening painting hung in a most unusual gallery, and then there's the episode in which a blind wealthy woman convinces a down-on-his-luck guy to sell his eyes to her.
Full Screen 1.33:1
English: Dolby Digital Mono
TV-PG - This program contains material that parents may find unsuitable for younger children.
- Rod Serling