Night Gallery [Pilot] (1969)

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Directed by: Boris Sagal(segment The Cemetery) Barry Shear (segment Escape Route) Steven Spielberg

Stars: Joan Crawford, Ossie Davis, Richard Kiley

Language: English | Subtitles: English, Spanish, French (embed)

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 4:3 | Dvdrip

Description: In the pilot of the television series Night Gallery (1969), Rod Serling introduces three separate paintings, each with its own story of uncanny vengeance against evil to tell. The first, “The Cemetery”, involves a black sheep nephew (Roddy McDowall) who murders his rich uncle to inherit his fortune – both much to the detriment of the uncle’s butler (Ossie Davis) – only to find that vengeance extends beyond the grave. In the second story, “Eyes”, a rich, heartless woman (Joan Crawford) who has been blind from birth blackmails an aspiring surgeon and a man who desperately needs money to give her a pair of eyes which will allow her to see for the first time – even though for only half a day’s time – only to have the plan backfire on her in ways she never imagined. In the third story, “The Escape Route”, a Nazi war criminal (Richard Kiley) is hiding from the authorities in South America, where he is confronted with his past demons and a curious Holocaust survivor (Sam Jaffe) and finds solace only in a serene painting in a museum, wanting nothing more than to enter into that world and stop running.

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4 Responses to Night Gallery [Pilot] (1969)

  1. OSMOSIS says:

    The Pilot to one of the best anthology series of the 1970s. Serling, Davis, Crawford, and some new kid…uhhh, what’s that name again…”Spielberg-something”? Beautiful, and Thanks, Rarelust.

  2. MTS says:

    Blu-ray is coming out in the US in about five weeks, FWIW.

  3. Wonderboy says:

    Beautiful! Thanks so much! You always come through!

  4. Wendel says:

    “Eyes” was directed by an up-and-coming director named Steven Spielberg. It was one of his first directorial jobs.

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