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Spielberg Blogathon: Night Gallery - "Eyes"

Night Gallery
Episode Title: Eyes
Episode #: Pilot
Season: Pilot
Format: Anthology
Original Airdate: November 8, 1969
Written by: Rod Serling
Directed by: Steven Spielberg… 1,023 more words

TV

Rod Serling Contribution to Science Fiction Genre

So as I watch the twilight zone series it got me to thinking. Who or what was the creative mind behind this series. Some shows or videos or only on television and good because an extensive amount of marketing has been put behind it and so people like. 102 more words

Creative Arts

The Twilight Zone: Mr. Denton on Doomsday

Rod Serling’s Introduction: “Portrait of a town drunk named Al Denton. This is a man who’s begun his dying early – a long, agonizing route through a maze of bottles.

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Book Review: The Stranger by Chris Martin

Wow! This was definitely one for Twilight Zone.
If you had demanded a reviewed based on the first 3 pages, I would have given Chris a 3, just to be kind. 514 more words

Steven Spielberg On Directing "Night Gallery"

Long before “Jaws”, “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” and “Raiders of the Lost Ark” made him a household name, Steven Spielberg was just another unknown director with hopes for fame and fortune.  251 more words

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Night Gallery Vamps: Lesley Ann Warren


Naturally, Night Gallery Vamps explores the eternal magnificence of the amazing actresses who enlivened Rod Serling’s haunting anthology series Night Gallery (1969-1973).

While British actresses such as Ingrid Pitt and Eileen Daly have seemingly cornered the market on the sensuous vampire due to Hammer and its latter day ilk, luckily, lovely New York-born performer Lesley Ann Warren graced the small screen with Hyacinth, her truly erotic creature of the night, in the steamy 1973 episode of… 203 more words

Entertainment

The Twilight Zone: One for the Angels

A Look At Both The Television Episode And The Radio Adaptation.

Rod Serling’s Introduction: “Street scene: Summer. The present. Man on a sidewalk named Lou Bookman, age sixtyish.

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