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Season: 1 | 2
Year: 1960 | 1961 | 1962


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Twisted Image

13 September 1960
Business executive Alan Patterson's life takes a surreal turn when two mentally disturbed people independently wind up with fixations on his life. One wants to marry him, and the other wants to be him.

Boris Karloff ... Himself - Host

Leslie Nielsen ... Alan Patterson

George Grizzard ... Merle Jenkins

Natalie Trundy ... Lily Hanson

Dianne Foster ... Judy Patterson

Constance Ford ... Louise Jenkins

Virginia Christine ... Marge
Carol Kelly ... Miss Rudley

Ray Montgomery ... Bill Purdy
Pat McCaffrie ... Liquor Store Proprietor
Mickey Simpson ... Bert

Pamela Duncan ... Sue

Judy Whitney ... Leticia Patterson (as Judy Erwin)
Perry Ivins ... Landlord
Warren Parker ... Poker Player on Telephone
Bill Idelson ... Jenkins' Neighbor (as Billy Idelson)

Victor Sen Yung ... Bartender
William Yip ... Witness on Steps
Maura McGiveney ... Flirtatious Neighbor

Leon Alton ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Paul Cristo ... Waiter (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Photographer (uncredited)

Frank Sully ... Bystander at Murder Scene (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Child's Play

20 September 1960
An 11-year-old boy neglected by his father gets so caught up in his fantasy world that he takes a real rifle to hunt down his made-up enemy, the evil Black Bart.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Frank Overton ... Bart Hattering

Bethel Leslie ... Gale Hattering
Tom Nolan ... Hank Hattering (as Tommy Nolan)

Parley Baer ... Fisherman on Mountain
George Werier ... Fisherman in River

Season 1, Episode 3: Worse Than Murder

27 September 1960
When her dead husband's late uncle fails to leave her any money, a scheming temptress uses his diary to blackmail her sick mother-in-law, who may have committed murder.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Constance Ford ... Connie Walworth

John Baragrey ... Dr. Ralph Mitchell
Christine White ... Anne Walworth
Harriet E. MacGibbon ... Myra Walworth

Dan Tobin ... Ray

Jocelyn Brando ... Emma Snyder
Jay Jostyn ... Sinclair
Russ Bender ... Arresting Officer
Erma Robinson ... Bessie
Audrey Swanson ... Nurse
Mary Young ... Sarah Gedney

Noble 'Kid' Chissell ... Fireman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Mark of the Hand

4 October 1960
A young girl is accused of murder and refuses to speak to anyone ever again.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Mona Freeman ... Sylvia Walsh

Jessie Royce Landis ... Mrs. Kilburn

Shepperd Strudwick ... Douglas Kilburn

Rachel Ames ... Betty Follett

Judson Pratt ... Lt. Bill Gordon

Berry Kroeger ... Paul Mowry
Terry Burnham ... Tessa Kilburn

Jon Lormer ... Dr. Emil Berland (replaced by Marc Lawrence) (scenes deleted)

John Alvin ... Coroner

Charles Cooper ... Charles Mowry (uncredited)

Marc Lawrence ... Dr. Emil Berland (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Rose's Last Summer

11 October 1960
An aging actress is mysteriously found dead in a family's garden, and they may know more about her death than they will admit.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Mary Astor ... Rose French

Lin McCarthy ... Frank Clyde
Jack Livesey ... Haley Dalloway
Dorothy Green ... Ethel Goodfield

Hardie Albright ... Willet Goodfield

George N. Neise ... Replaced (credit only)
Loie Bridge ... Annie Cushman (as Loie E. Bridge)

Percy Helton ... Replaced (credit only)
Robert Osterloh ... Capt. Greer
Fred Sherman ... Doctor

Paul Kruger ... Spectator at Inquest (uncredited)

David McMahon ... Inquest Chairman (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Juror (uncredited)
Richard Reeves ... Truck Driver (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Juror (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Spectator at Inquest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: The Guilty Men

18 October 1960
A mobster tries to get his syndicate out of the narcotics business, but his mouthpiece lawyer half-unwittingly betrays him to a rival.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Everett Sloane ... Lou Adams

Jay C. Flippen ... Harry Gans

Frank Silvera ... Cesare Romano aka Charlie Roman

John Marley ... Dr. Tony Romano
Anne Barton ... Martha Adams

Argentina Brunetti ... Anna Romano

Anthony Caruso ... Johnny Longo (as Tony Caruso)
Ralph Neff ... Hymie
George Blagoi ... Mobster (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks ... Mobster (uncredited)

Marc Cavell ... Young Tony (uncredited)
Frank Dane ... Mr. Chase (uncredited)
George Nardelli ... Mobster (uncredited)
Emma Palmese ... Mourner (uncredited)

Andrew Prine ... Young Lou (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: The Purple Room

25 October 1960
A practical-minded skeptic must stay in the spooky Baton Rouge mansion his brother willed to him for one night or forfeit it to his cousin and her husband, who warn him of ghosts.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Rip Torn ... Duncan Corey

Patricia Barry ... Rachel Judson

Richard Anderson ... Oliver Judson

Alan Napier ... Lawyer Ridgewater

Ray Teal ... Sheriff Wiley
Joanna Heyes ... Caroline Vale Ransom

Season 1, Episode 8: The Watcher

1 November 1960
A schoolteacher and religious hypocrite takes a creepy interest in a handsome 20-year-old and the girl supposedly corrupting him. He murders her, but then discovers the young man has a more serious interest in another "corrupter".

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Martin Gabel ... Freitag

Stuart Erwin ... Uncle Florian (as Stu Erwin)

Olive Sturgess ... Beth Pettit

Richard Chamberlain ... Larry Carter

James Westerfield ... Al Matthews

Alan Baxter ... Sheriff Phil Archer

Irene Hervey ... Mrs. Edith Pettit
Gloria Clark ... Vida Tomlinson

Claire Carleton ... Eunice Appleby

Dan White ... Doctor (as Daniel M. White)

Nelson Olmsted ... Father

Season 1, Episode 9: Girl with a Secret

15 November 1960
A newlywed bride must hide a secret about her husband's whereabouts. She is blackmailed by an eavesdropping maid and pressured by others to tell her secret.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Fay Bainter ... Geraldine Redfern

Paul Hartman ... Uncle Gregory Stafford

Anne Seymour ... Aunt Hortense Stafford

Myrna Fahey ... Alice Page

Rhodes Reason ... Anthony Page

Cloris Leachman ... Beatrice Stafford

Harry Ellerbe ... Walter Devon

Ellen Corby ... Mrs. Peele

Esther Dale ... Ellen the Maid

James Seay ... Herb Innes

Rex Holman ... Evil Face Bluecher

Victor Buono ... Carolik

Season 1, Episode 10: The Prediction

22 November 1960
A fake mentalist suddenly has visions of people's violent deaths and attempts to stop them from coming true.

Boris Karloff ... Himself / Clayton Mace

Audrey Dalton ... Norine Burton

Alexander Davion ... Grant Dudley (as Alex Davion)

Abraham Sofaer ... Gus Kostopulos

Alan Caillou ... Roscoe Burton

Murvyn Vye ... 'Gunner' Gogan
Richard Peel ... Charlie
Seymour Green ... Harcourt
Keith McConnell ... Skeptic
Barbara Kelley ... Skeptic's Fiancee
Michael Gibson ... Gas Pump Attendant
Michael St. Clair ... Road Workman
Iris Bristol ... Helen Tate

Frank Baker ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Jack Deery ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Kenneth Gibson ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Audience Member (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Paul Power ... Doctor (uncredited)
Harry Raven ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Fatal Impulse

29 November 1960
A man fleeing from an attempt to assassinate a political candidate puts a small bomb in the bag of a woman in an elevator. The police spend the evening looking for the mystery girl and the bomb.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Robert Lansing ... Lieutenant Brian Rome

Whitney Blake ... Jane Kimball

Conrad Nagel ... Mayor Walker Wylie

Elisha Cook Jr. ... Harry Elser

Steve Brodie ... Sgt. George Dumont

Elaine Edwards ... Marjorie Dalquiss

Lance Fuller ... Robert Larrimore
Harry Bartell ... Mr. Dalquiss
Alice Backes ... Carolyn
Antony Carbone ... Bernie

Mary Tyler Moore ... Mary Snyder

Ed Nelson ... Brundage

Cynthia Pepper ... Receptionist
Ernestine Barrier ... Agnes Kimball
Ella Ethridge ... Martha Bailey

Fred Graham ... Sgt. Hannigan
Edwin Rochelle ... Waiter (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Big Blackout

6 December 1960
A recovering alcoholic who can not remember his past finds himself confronted by criminals and killers looking for a man who may or may not be him.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Jack Carson ... Burt Lewis

Charles McGraw ... Sheriff Cliff Wrights

Nan Leslie ... Midge Lewis

Jeanne Cooper ... Ethel Bankstrom
George Mitchell ... Doc Mulloy
Paul Newlan ... Paul Hawkins
Jean Engstrom ... Nurse Sue
Don Wilbanks ... Deputy Broot
Robert Carricart ... Nick Fisher

Chubby Johnson ... Charlie Pringle

Ron Harper ... Younger Thug
Raoul De Leon ... Louie Ramirez (as Raoul DeLeon)
James Cavanaugh ... Bartender (as Jimmy Cavanaugh)

Gil Perkins ... Eddie
Sol Gorss ... George Adams (as Saul Gorss)
Eddie Hice ... Barfly (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Man on Boat (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Knock Three-One-Two

13 December 1960
A man in need of money enlists the help of a serial killer to get the money from his wife.

Boris Karloff ... Himself
Joe Maross ... Ray Kenton

Beverly Garland ... Ruth Kenton

Charles Aidman ... George Mikos

Warren Oates ... Benny
David Alpert ... Joe Bedell

Murray Alper ... Older Bartender

Norman Leavitt ... Charlie
Meade Martin ... Silk Stocking Strangler

Clancy Cooper ... Police Captain
Lida Piazza ... First Waitress
Will J. White ... Lt. Tracy
Bunny Bishop ... Second Waitress
Lillian O'Malley ... Landlady

Season 1, Episode 14: Man in the Middle

20 December 1960
A man overhears a plot for kidnapping and murder. At first, he doesn't want to do anything about it, but eventually he gets caught in the middle of the plot.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Mort Sahl ... Sam Lynch

Werner Klemperer ... Mr. Clark

Sue Randall ... Kay Salisbury

Fred Beir ... Alan Dulain

Frank Albertson ... Charles Salisbury
Julian Burton ... 'Baby' Hoffman
Grace Albertson ... Martha Salisbury
Ashley Cowan ... Eddie Cowan
Fred Sherman ... Buddy
Anthony Jochim ... Alex

Bert Remsen ... First Detective
Jack Mann ... Second Detective

Pitt Herbert ... Fred
Gordon Richards ... Basil
Peter Leeds ... Larry (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Waiter (uncredited)

Paul Smith ... Bud (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Cheaters

27 December 1960
A man invents a pair of glasses that can see the truth in others and oneself. They lead to a series of suicides, murders, and tragedies for the wearers.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Mildred Dunnock ... Miriam Olcott

Harry Townes ... Sebastian Grimm

Jack Weston ... Edward Dean
Paul Newlan ... Joe Henshaw
Barbara Eiler ... Olive Dean

Linda Watkins ... Maggie Henshaw
Dayton Lummis ... Clarence Kramer
Molly Glessing ... Mrs. Ames

Alan Carney ... Burgin
Grandon Rhodes ... Judge Pfluger

Henry Daniell ... Dirk Van Prinn
Joan Tompkins ... Ellen Grimm
Ralph Clanton ... Thorgenson

Ed Nelson ... Charlie
Audrey Swanson ... Salesgirl

John Mitchum ... Policeman
Bess Flowers ... Party Guest (uncredited)
George Ford ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Kenneth Gibson ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Hungry Glass

3 January 1961
A married couple moves into a house that is haunted by images reflected in glass and mirrors.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

William Shatner ... Gil Thrasher
Joanna Heyes ... Marcia Thrasher

Russell Johnson ... Adam Talmadge

Elizabeth Allen ... Liz Talmadge

Clem Bevans ... Obed

Pitt Herbert ... Mr. Cabot

Donna Douglas ... Laura Bellman

Duane Grey ... Nephew

Ottola Nesmith ... Old Laura Bellman

Season 1, Episode 17: The Poisoner

10 January 1961
London critic and wit Thomas Edward Griffith finds himself in need of funds and saddled with abrasive in-laws and a disapproving uncle. The solution to his problems lies in his collection of rare poisons.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Murray Matheson ... Thomas Edward Griffith
Sarah Marshall ... Frances Abercrombie Griffith
Brenda Forbes ... Mrs. Abercrombie
Jennifer Raine ... Helen Abercrombie
David Frankham ... Proctor
Richard Peel ... Justin
Maurice Dallimore ... George Griffith

Sam Edwards ... Charles Larrimore
Seymour Green ... Sir John Herbert
Keith Hitchcock ... Lord Danforth
Nelson Welch ... Doctor
Donald Journeaux ... News Vendor (as Donald P. Journeaux)

Gertrude Astor ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Stuart Hall ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Harry Minsey ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Man in the Cage

17 January 1961
An American comes to Tangier to search for his missing brother and becomes embroiled in the search for a missing cache of heroin.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Philip Carey ... Darryl Hudson

Diana Millay ... Ellen McKinstry

Eduardo Ciannelli ... Inspector Le Boude

Barry Gordon ... 'Slip-Slip'

Al Ruscio ... Allah El Kazim

Theodore Marcuse ... Arthur Upshaw
Danielle Aubry ... Landlady (as Daniele Aubry)

Guy Stockwell ... Noel Hudson

Than Wyenn ... Jean Duval
Jonathan Kidd ... Duff McKinstry
Patrick Sexton ... Guard (as Pat Sexton)
Naji Gabbay ... Ali Atouf
Lilyan Chauvin ... Mrs. Barrister
Russ Bender ... Burdett

Robert Stevenson ... Phil Barriser
Booth Colman ... Hotel Desk Clerk
Arlette Clark ... T-Bone
Pedro Regas ... Gilali
Joe Abdullah ... Waiter
Eumenio Blanco ... Arab (uncredited)

Steve Carruthers ... Tourist (uncredited)
Jack Gordon ... Arab (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... Tourist (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Arab (uncredited)
Victor Romito ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Choose a Victim

24 January 1961
A beach bum locks onto a wealthy young woman whose sadness is as obvious as her flashy jewels and sports car. At first Ralphie Teal only desires a quick score, but when the comely Ms. Landers forgives his larceny in exchange for his serious attention, the heel sees a much bigger payoff looming, via her only relative, a harsh uncle who's loaded.

Boris Karloff ... Himself
Larry Blyden ... Ralphie Teal

Susan Oliver ... Edith Landers

Guy Mitchell ... Detective Hazlett

Vaughn Taylor ... Uncle Philip Landers
Tracey Roberts ... Fay

Henry Corden ... Detective Sid Benajain

Billy Barty ... Sam
Henry Hunter ... Larry Kirt
Ralph Brooks ... Counterman (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Passerby (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Hay-Fork and Bill-Hook

7 February 1961
On the Welsh Border, an old man suspected of witchcraft is gruesomely murdered with a hay-fork and bill-hook. The Scotland Yard inspector investigating has to wade through a morass of superstition to uncover the killer, but when his wife starts having visions of the Black Dog, harbinger of death, the locals focus their suspicions on her.

Boris Karloff ... Himself
Kenneth Haigh ... Detective Insp. Harry Roberts

Audrey Dalton ... Nesta Roberts

Alan Napier ... Constable Evans

Alan Caillou ... Sir Wilfred
Doris Lloyd ... Mother Evans

J. Pat O'Malley ... First Pub Patron

Lumsden Hare ... Thomas Watson

Ronald Long ... Mr. Jonas
Basil Howes ... Librarian

Kendrick Huxham ... Second Pub Patron
Richard Peel ... First Soldier
Gilchrist Stuart ... Second Soldier (as Gil Stuart)
Barry Bernard ... Senior Officer
Iris Bristol ... Maid

Mathew McCue ... Pub Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: The Merriweather File

14 February 1961
After a mysterious intruder fails to kill Ann Merriweather in her home, her husband Charles is framed for murder, leaving their lawyer Howard Yates to unravel a twisted scheme of revenge.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

James Gregory ... Howard Yates

Bethel Leslie ... Ann Merriweather

Ross Elliott ... Charles Merriweather

Edward Binns ... Lt. Giddeon

K.T. Stevens ... Virginia Grant
Bernard Fein ... I.L. Gluckman
Nesdon Booth ... Prosecuting Attorney
Richard Reeves ... Patrolman

Gil Perkins ... Mechanic
Albert Cavens ... Policeman (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Bailiff (uncredited)
Kenneth Gibson ... Judge (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Jake Harbor (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Garbage Collector (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: The Fingers of Fear

21 February 1961
The police manhunt for a serial killer of children ends with the arrest of a mentally-challenged brute named Ohrback, but the detective in charge of the case begins to wonder if they have the wrong man.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Nehemiah Persoff ... Lt. Jim Wagner

Robert Middleton ... Ohrback

H.M. Wynant ... Sid

Kevin Hagen ... Sgt. Spivak

Dick Wessel ... Mr. Zimmer
Thayer Roberts ... Mr. Merriman

Robert Stevenson ... Dr. Lascoe (as Robert J. Stevenson)

Sam Gilman ... Officer Pat Dutton

Ted de Corsia ... Commissioner Putnam

Richard Travis ... Mr. Carter
Jan Brooks ... Mary Wagner
Lucy Prentis ... Saleswoman
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Mr. Martinez (as Rodolfo Hoyos)

Angela Greene ... Mrs. Carlisle

Nina Varela ... Mrs. Salerno
Sam Bagley ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Morgan Brittany ... Doris Carlisle (uncredited)
Terry Burnham ... Joan Wilson (uncredited)

Michael Burns ... Jody Matthews (uncredited)
Albert Cavens ... Guard (uncredited)
Bud Cokes ... Suspect In Line-Up (uncredited)
Betsy Hale ... Kathy Wagner (uncredited)

Charles Morton ... Suspect In Line-Up (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Ambulance Attendant (uncredited)

John Zaremba ... Mr. Matthews (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: Well of Doom

28 February 1961
Fiendish Moloch and his huge creature Styx kill a chauffeur and kidnap his passengers, who are en route to a bachelor party. The two abductees (a bridegroom, who's heir to an English country estate, and the estate overseer), are forced to slog through foggy moors to an ancient Gothic fortress. As dawn approaches, the diabolic pair push their captives to speed up, because the demonic creatures fear the coming of light.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Ronald Howard ... Robert Penrose

Henry Daniell ... Squire Moloch

Torin Thatcher ... Jeremy Teal
Fintan Meyler ... Laura Dunning

Richard Kiel ... Master Styx
Billy Beck ... Cyril the Chauffeur
Molly Glessing ... Miss Price
Diana Bourbon ... Laura's Maid
Lillian O'Malley ... Servant (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: The Ordeal of Dr. Cordell

7 March 1961
In a lab mishap, chemist Dr. Frank Cordell is exposed to an experimental gas that causes him to turn into a homicidal maniac when he hears the sound of ringing bells.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Robert Vaughn ... Dr. Frank Cordell

Kathleen Crowley ... Dr. Lois Walker

Robert Ellenstein ... Dr. Brauner

Russ Conway ... Lt. Boutaric

Marlo Thomas ... Susan Baker
Helen Brown ... Mrs. Heath
Lorrie Richards ... Secretary

Aron Kincaid ... Speaker at Pep Rally (as Norm Williams)
Gordon Armitage ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: Trio for Terror

14 March 1961
3 stories in this episode. First, a young man kills his uncle, not realizing that his uncle was a warlock. In the second tale, a man breaks the bank at a casino, but may not live through the night. In the third tale, a sculptor/artist shows off his "Chamber of Horrors" of killers, but are they actually sculptures?

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Reginald Owen ... The Hussar ('A Terribly Strange Bed')

John Abbott ... Kriss Milo ('The Mask of Medusa')

Robin Hughes ... Collins ('A Terribly Strange Bed')

Michael Pate ... Shanner ('The Mask of Medusa')
Richard Lupino ... Simon ('The Extra Passenger')
Terence de Marney ... Uncle Julian ('The Extra Passenger')
Noel Drayton ... Superintendent ('The Mask of Medusa')

Peter Brocco ... Major Domo ('A Terribly Strange Bed')
Richard Peel ... Inspector ('The Mask of Medusa')
Richard Flato ... Croupier ('A Terribly Strange Bed')
Jacqueline Squire ... Old Woman ('A Terribly Strange Bed')
Iris Bristol ... Katie ('The Extra Passenger')
Francis Bethencourt ... Ashton ('A Terribly Strange Bed')
Gilchrist Stuart ... Train Guard ('The Extra Passenger') (as Gil Stuart)
Nelson Welch ... Doctor ('The Extra Passenger')
George Pelling ... Reporter ('The Mask of Medusa')

Kenner G. Kemp ... Pub Patron with Newspaper (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... Waiter (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Casino Patron (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Harry Raven ... Pub Patron (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Pub Patron (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Casino Patron (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Casino Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: Papa Benjamin

21 March 1961
A composer in need of inspiration turns to Voodoo melodies, but finds himself the victim of a Voodoo curse by Papa Benjamin.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

John Ireland ... Eddie Wilson

Jeanne Bal ... Judy Wilson

Robert H. Harris ... Jerry Roberts
Henry Scott ... Tommy Statts
Peter Forster ... Insp. Daniels
Jester Hairston ... Papa Benjamin
Alex Finlayson ... Doctor with Nurse
Caleb Peterson ... First Doctor
Cora Lang ... Nurse (as Cora C. Lang)
Alibe Coppaga ... Voodoo Dancer (as Alibe Copage)
Bess Flowers ... Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Harry Minsey ... Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Lillian O'Malley ... Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
Harry Raven ... Nightclub Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: Late Date

4 April 1961
A brother helps his brother cover up the murder of his philandering wife by framing her lover.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Larry Pennell ... Larry Weeks

Edward Platt ... James Weeks
Jody Fair ... Helen Weeks
Chris Seitz ... Gordon
Richard Reeves ... Truck Driver

Stuart Randall ... Sgt. Crowell
Steve Mitchell ... Sid
Stuffy Singer ... Art Brinkerhoff
Judy Crowder ... Judy Singer
Ruth Warren ... Mrs. Rooney
Edwin Rochelle ... Mr. Rooney (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 28: Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper

11 April 1961
70 years after the Jack the Ripper killings in London, Sir Guy (John Williams) convinces the police that Jack may still be alive, eternally young, and still killing, currently in New York.

Boris Karloff ... Himself - Host

John Williams ... Sir Guy

Donald Woods ... Dr. John Carmody
Edmon Ryan ... Capt. Pete Jago

Ottola Nesmith ... Rowena

Adam Williams ... Hymie Kralik
Nancy Valentine ... Arlene
Ransom M. Sherman ... Police Commissioner (as Ransom Sherman)

Sam Gilman ... Police Lieutenant
Pamela Curran ... Second Victim
Jill Livesey ... First Victim
Johnny Melfi ... Arist

Gloria Blondell ... Maggie Radevik

J. Pat O'Malley ... Street Singer
Ralph Clanton ... Lester Baston
Art Lewis ... Dr. Fisher
Beverly Powers ... Miss Beverly Hills (as Miss Beverly Hills)

Noble 'Kid' Chissell ... Observer at Crime Scene (uncredited)
George Ford ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Jimmie Horan ... Artist (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Waiter (uncredited)

Mathew McCue ... Palbearer (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Mourner at Funeral (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: The Devil's Ticket

18 April 1961
A artist "pawns" his soul to the devil and must retrieve it by painting a portrait of another person whose soul will be exchanged for his.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Macdonald Carey ... Hector Vane

Patricia Medina ... Nadja
Joan Tetzel ... Marie Vane

John Emery ... The Pawnbroker

Robert Cornthwaite ... Mr. Spengler

Hayden Rorke ... Dr. Frank

Bartlett Robinson ... Art Critic
Audrey Swanson ... The Nurse
Paul Bradley ... Art Gallery Patron (uncredited)

Steve Carruthers ... Art Gallery Patron (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Art Gallery Patron (uncredited)
Bess Flowers ... Art Gallery Patron (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 30: Parasite Mansion

25 April 1961
A young woman is held captive in a mansion by a family of recluses hiding a supernatural secret.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Pippa Scott ... Marcia Elizabeth Hunter

Jeanette Nolan ... Granny Harrod

James Griffith ... Victor Harrod
Tom Nolan ... Rennie Harrod (as Tommy Nolan)

Beverly Washburn ... Lollie Harrod

Season 1, Episode 31: A Good Imagination

2 May 1961
A bookworm uses his good imagination and some storylines from Poe to dispose of his cheating wife's paramours.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Edward Andrews ... Frank Logan

Patricia Barry ... Louise Chase Logan

Ed Nelson ... George Parker
William Allyn ... Randy Hagen

Ken Lynch ... Joe Thorp
Britt Lomond ... Arnold Chase

Mary Grace Canfield ... Celia Perry

Jim Bannon ... Sheriff

Glenn Strange ... Indian (scenes deleted)

Season 1, Episode 32: Mr. George

9 May 1961
Priscilla, a young girl, lives with her scheming relatives who are trying to get hold of her inheritance... and a ghostly protector, Mr. George.

Boris Karloff ... Himself - Host

Virginia Gregg ... Edna Leggett

Howard Freeman ... Jared Leggett

Lillian Bronson ... Adelaide Leggett

Gina Gillespie ... Priscilla
Joan Tompkins ... Laura Craig

John Qualen ... Streetcar Conductor
Ruth Perrott ... Mrs. Noonan

Les Tremayne ... Mr. George (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 33: The Terror in Teakwood

16 May 1961
A concert pianist, so obsessed by the death of an arch-rival that he desecrates his grave, announces he will play a sonata written especially for the dead man's oversized hands.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Guy Rolfe ... Vladimir Vicek

Hazel Court ... Leonie Vicek

Charles Aidman ... Jerry Welch

Vladimir Sokoloff ... Papa Glockstein

Reggie Nalder ... Gafke

Linda Watkins ... Sylvia Slattery
Bernard Fein ... Stage Manager
George Kane ... Sonny

John Craven ... Dr. Hilton
Monika Henreid ... Miss Curtis (as Monica Henreid)
Bess Flowers ... Concert Spectator (uncredited)

Forbes Murray ... Concert Spectator (uncredited)
Harry Raven ... Concert Spectator (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Concert Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 34: The Prisoner in the Mirror

23 May 1961
A professor studying the depraved sorcerer Count Cagliostro, brings to the U.S. the mirror which was instrumental in the Count's murder spree. The looking glass was blacked over to entrap Cagliostro, but Prof. Harry Langton, obsessed with the magician's secrets, scrapes off the paint and installs the mirror in his residence.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Lloyd Bochner ... Prof. Harry Langham

Henry Daniell ... Count Alexander Cagliostro

Marion Ross ... Kay Forrest

Jack Mullaney ... Fred Forrest

Patricia Michon ... Yvette Dulaine (as Pat Michon)
David Frankham ... Marquis Robert de Chantenay

Peter Brocco ... Prof. Thibault
Pamela Curran ... Laura

Walter Reed ... Police Sgt. Burke

Frieda Inescort ... De Chantenay's Mother

Erika Peters ... Marie Blanchard
Louis Mercier ... Monsieur Armand

Season 1, Episode 35: Dark Legacy

30 May 1961
A second-rate nightclub magician inherits a genuine book of sorcery from his occultist uncle. He uses it to summon a demon to create impossible magic feats for his act but there is a price to pay.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Harry Townes ... Mario Asparos / Radan Asparos
Ilka Windish ... Monika Asparos

Henry Silva ... Toby Wolfe

Alan Napier ... Attorney Pinchot

Richard Hale ... Lars Eisenhart
Doris Lloyd ... Mrs. Edith Pringle

Ned Glass ... Vince Fennaday
Milton Parsons ... Butler
Ralph Brooks ... Show Spectator (uncredited)

Harold Miller ... Show Spectator (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 36: Pigeons from Hell

6 June 1961
Two stranded motorists and a local sheriff battle evil forces that inhabit a run-down, abandoned mansion in the middle of a swamp in the middle of nowhere.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Brandon De Wilde ... Timothy Branner

Crahan Denton ... Sheriff Buckner
Ken Renard ... Jacob Blount
David Whorf ... Johnny Branner

Guy Wilkerson ... Howard

Ottola Nesmith ... The Zuvembie, Eula Lee Blassenville

Season 1, Episode 37: The Grim Reaper

13 June 1961
Celebrity author Beatrice Graves purchases a cursed painting of the Grim Reaper; her nephew Paul warns her that most of its previous owners have died violently but she scoffs-until blood appears on the Reaper's blade.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

William Shatner ... Paul Graves

Natalie Schafer ... Beatrice Graves

Henry Daniell ... Pierre Radin

Elizabeth Allen ... Dorothy Lyndon
Scott Merrill ... Gerald Keller

Fifi D'Orsay ... Toinette
Paul Newlan ... Sgt. Bernstein

Robert Cornthwaite ... Mr. Phillips

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: What Beckoning Ghost?

18 September 1961
When a concert pianist envisions her own coffin in her drawing room, she doubts her sanity. No one else sees it or hears a phantom organ's funeral music in the isolated, haunted mansion. Wealthy, but plain Mildred's been housebound with a weak heart, tended by her sensual sister and ne'er-do-well husband, who Mildred dangles on a short financial leash.

Season 2, Episode 2: Guillotine

26 September 1961
France, 1875. A condemned man learns of a legal loophole that he would be pardoned if the executioner dies before his execution. He then enlists his wife in a scheme to make sure that this improbable scenario comes to pass.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Robert Middleton ... Monsieur de Paris

Danielle De Metz ... Babette Lamont

Alejandro Rey ... Robert Lamont
Gregory Morton ... The Prison Director
Marcel Hillaire ... The Barber, M. Guillaume
Gaylord Cavallaro ... The Cabbie, Francois Trintineaux
Janine Grandel ... Madame LeClerc

Peter Brocco ... The Assistant Director
Louis Mercier ... The Wall Guard
Peter Camlin ... Louis
Peter Balakoff ... The Prisoner (as Ted Roter)
Guy De Vestel ... The Priest
David Cross ... Guard 1 (as David R. Cross)
Charles La Torre ... The Doctor
Vance Howard ... The Gendarme
Jacques Villon ... The Waiter

James Dime ... Guard (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Diner Patron (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Hanging Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Premature Burial

2 October 1961
An aging millionaire survives being buried alive, but his devilish fiancée plans to take advantage of his next cataleptic seizure, by marrying him and then making sure he stays in his grave. Then the gorgeous Victorine will inherit his estate, and run off with her young lover, a painter. But the cataleptic millionaire and his loyal physician Dr. Thorn take every possible measure to allow him to survive another mistaken entombment.

Boris Karloff ... Himself - Host / Dr. Thorne

Sidney Blackmer ... Edward Stapleton

Scott Marlowe ... Julian Boucher

Patricia Medina ... Victorine Lafourcade
William D. Gordon ... Doctor March
Richard Flato ... The Friar
Lillian O'Malley ... The Housekeeper

Pat O'Malley ... The Butler
Albert Cavens ... Pallbearer (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Pallbearer (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Pallbearer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Weird Tailor

16 October 1961
A man seeks to resurrect his son by using a suit crafted using black magic.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Henry Jones ... Erik Borg

George Macready ... Mr. Smith

Abraham Sofaer ... Nicolai

Stanley Adams ... Mr. Schwenk
Sondra Blake ... Anna Borg (as Sondra Kerr)
Iphigenie Castiglioni ... Madame Roberti

Gary Clarke ... Arthur Smith
Diki Lerner ... Hans the Dummy (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... Bartender (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Waiter (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: God Grante That She Lye Stille

23 October 1961
In 1661 Elspeth Clewer is burned as a witch, cursing her family with her dying breath. Three hundred years to the day afterward, Lady Margaret Clewer returns to her ancestral home to claim her inheritance and finds the ghost of Elspeth trying to seize her body so she can walk the Earth once more.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Ronald Howard ... Dr. Edward Stone
Sarah Marshall ... Lady Margaret Clewer / Elspeth Clewer

Henry Daniell ... Vicar John Weatherford
Avis Scott ... Nurse Emmons

Madeleine Taylor Holmes ... Sarah (as Madeleine Holmes)

Victor Buono ... Dr. Van de Velde

Charles Morton ... Garth (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Masquerade

30 October 1961
A family of cannibalistic thieves menace a young couple, but the husband laughs off their scary Southern hotel as a joke. The lovebirds became lost on a second honeymoon and sought shelter in the spooky Baits Hotel, but were quickly locked in by the Carta Family. The gorgeous wife Rosalynn is appalled to find the Cartas have a private jail cell, containing haggard female relative Ruth Carta, who pleads for the young woman to release her.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Elizabeth Montgomery ... Rosamond Denham

Tom Poston ... Charlie Denham

John Carradine ... Jed Carta

Jack Lambert ... Lem Carta

Dorothy Neumann ... Ruthie Carta

Season 2, Episode 7: The Last of the Sommervilles

6 November 1961
Dragging a murder victim to burial is just 1 chore a servant undertakes to become the last Sommerville standing, to win a wealthy old woman's inheritance. As a distant relative, Ursula steps up her elimination contest when a closer, desperate Sommerville arrives to drain off some of his aunt's estate for a business bailout.

Boris Karloff ... Himself / Dr. Albert Farnham

Phyllis Thaxter ... Ursula Sommerville

Martita Hunt ... Celia Sommerville
Chet Stratton ... Harvey Parchester
Peter Walker ... Rutherford Sommerville

Season 2, Episode 8: Letter to a Lover

13 November 1961
After the murder of a London doctor, emotionally disturbed Sylvia Lawrence secretly sends a letter to her ex-lover Donald revealing that her husband Andrew is holding her a virtual prisoner at their remote vacation home; Andrew claims to be protecting her but what is he really hiding? And why is he being blackmailed by the late doctor's nurse?

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Ann Todd ... Sylvia Lawrence

Murray Matheson ... Andrew Lawrence
Felix Deebank ... Donald Carver
Avis Scott ... Estelle Weber
Jack Greening ... Inspector Rogers
Richard Peel ... Sergeant Lathrop
Brendan Dillon ... Coggins (as Brendon Dillon)

Season 2, Episode 9: A Third for Pinochle

20 November 1961
Milquetoast plans bumping off his spouse, unaware the nosy sisters across the street just killed one's husband. Layabout Maynard has a cozy love nest for his kept woman Babs, but his stingy wife severely cramps his cheating style, so the would-be bon vivant accelerates his scheme.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Edward Andrews ... Maynard Thispin
Doro Merande ... Melba Pennaroyd

Ann Shoemaker ... Mrs. Thispin

June Walker ... Dierdre Pennaroyd
Barbara Perry ... Babs Dawson

Ken Lynch ... The Lieutenant

Vito Scotti ... Buddy Welsh

Tommy Farrell ... The Messenger

Burt Mustin ... The Redcap

Season 2, Episode 10: The Closed Cabinet

27 November 1961
A medieval curse has hung over the Mervyn family for three hundred years, dictating that there will be a murder in the clan in every generation. A young American visitor is determined to break the curse by solving the riddle of the mysterious locked cabinet in the murder room.

Olive Sturgess ... Evie Bishop
David Frankham ... Alan Mervyn
Jennifer Raine ... Lucy Mervyn
Peter Forster ... George Mervyn
Doris Lloyd ... Dame Alice
Patricia Manning ... Lady Beatrice
Myra Carter ... The Maid

Kendrick Huxham ... Andrews
Molly Glessing ... Agnes

Boris Karloff ... Himself - Host
Isobel Elsom ... Mrs. Purdy (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Dialogues with Death

4 December 1961
Two tales of terror centering on communicating with the dead. In the first, an elderly morgue attendant can speak to the cadavers in his charge and he learns the identity of the gunman who killed a noted racketeer. In the second story, a greedy nephew returns to his family home in the Lousiana bayou to claim his inheritance but why does his dotty old aunt insist that he is dead?

Boris Karloff ... Himself / Pop Jenkins / Col. Jackson Beauregard Finchess

Norma Crane ... Nell Le Jean ('Welcome Home')

Ed Nelson ... Tom Ellison / Daniel Le Jean

Estelle Winwood ... Aunt Emily Finchess ('Welcome Home')

William Schallert ... Prof. John MacFarland ('Friend of the Dead')
George Kane ... Harry Jervis ('Friend of the Dead')
Jimmy Joyce ... Burt ('Friend of the Dead')
Dan Hammer ... Dan (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Return of Andrew Bentley

11 December 1961
White magic practitioner Amos Wilder kills himself after securing his nephew's sworn promise to guard his body against evil spirits. The nephew must never leave his uncle's mansion, to protect the shire from the return of black necromancer Bentley, cast back to Hell by Wilder.

Boris Karloff ... Himself - Host

John Newland ... Ellis Corbett

Antoinette Bower ... Sheila Corbett
Philip Bourneuf ... Dr. Weatherbee

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Rev. Burkhardt (as Oscar Beregi)
Ken Renard ... Jacob
Terence de Marney ... Amos Wilder

Reggie Nalder ... Andrew Bentley
Tom Hennesy ... The Familiar

Season 2, Episode 13: The Remarkable Mrs. Hawk

18 December 1961
Cissy Hawk's farm keeps gaining massive blue ribbon hogs, while the passing drifters she hires magically disappear. Well-read grifter Jason Longfellow figures he'll last a lot longer at her Isle of Aiaie via blackmail, but seductive Cissy keeps local Sheriff Ulysses wound around her finger tighter than a pig's tail.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Jo Van Fleet ... Mrs. Cissy Hawk

John Carradine ... Jason Longfellow
Paul Newlan ... Sheriff Tom Ulysses Willetts

Hal Baylor ... Pete Gogan
Martin Eric ... Larkin

Donald Elson ... Clemins

Bruce Dern ... Johnny Norton
Raymond Cavaleri ... Billy
James Parnell ... Al
Kevin Enright ... Al's Helper
Hurley Bell ... The Drifter

Season 2, Episode 14: Portrait Without a Face

25 December 1961
Six months after an artist is mysteriously murdered, a blank canvas in his studio begins filling itself in, portraying the crime and building up to the revelation of the killer's identity.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Jane Greer ... Ann Moffat

Robert Webber ... Arthur Henshaw
Katherine Squire ... Agatha Moffat
George Mitchell ... Sheriff Pete Browning
Brian Gaffikin ... Nat Fairchild

John Banner ... Prof. Martin Vander Hoven
Gage Clarke ... Dr. Josiah Grant
Alberta Nelson ... Marie Browning

John Newland ... Robertson Moffat (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: An Attractive Family

1 January 1962
Family that kills together seeks to stay together in style, by icing the heir of one of their victims, before she comes into her inheritance. If the heiress audits the books, she'll discover that the family has already blown her share of the estate. Her newlywed sister was backed off a cliff while having her photo snapped, so the younger sister is understandably leery of heights, but not of her very understanding new in-laws.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Richard Long ... Dick Farrington

Leo G. Carroll ... Major Downey

Otto Kruger ... Bert Farrington
Joan Tetzel ... Marian Farrington

Joyce Bulifant ... Jinny Wells

Will Wright ... Constable Tom Walker
William Mims ... George Drake
Paul Barselou ... Mr. Lamb (as Paul Barselow)
Deirdre Owens ... Alice Wells (as Deirdre Owen)

Season 2, Episode 16: Waxworks

8 January 1962
A murder outside a traveling wax museum attracts the attention of the police--and a European detective who claims that the wax figures of murderers are brought to life by black magic so they can kill again.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Oskar Homolka ... Pierre Jacquelin

Martin Kosleck ... Col. Andre Bertroux

Antoinette Bower ... Annette Jacquelin

Ron Ely ... Lt. Mike Hudson

Alan Baxter ... Sergeant Dane
Booth Colman ... Lieutenant Bailey

J. Pat O'Malley ... The Morgue Attendant
Amy Fields ... Irene Coulter
George Spicer ... Ronnie

June Kenney ... The Girl

Noble 'Kid' Chissell ... Wax Figure (uncredited)

Harry Wilson ... Wax Figure holding Knife (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: La Strega

15 January 1962
Three men try to drown a young woman, fearing she's a witch. A wandering painter pulls her from the river, refusing to believe in such rural superstition. The young artist shelters her, but her elderly aunt who rules the 18th Century Italian countryside via supernatural power, plots to keep her niece as a sorcerer's apprentice - no matter what.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Ursula Andress ... Luana

Alejandro Rey ... Tonio Bellini

Ramon Novarro ... Maestro Giuliano

Jeanette Nolan ... La Strega

Frank DeKova ... Lieutenant Vincoli

Ernest Sarracino ... Padre Lupari
Rita Conde ... Woman (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Constable (uncredited)
Victor Romito ... Constable (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Storm

22 January 1962
Woman & her jumpy black cat Baba increasingly besieged by amorous loon of a cabbie, power outages, and menacing sounds throughout her isolated home during a devastating storm. The newlywed just returned early from 2 weeks caring for her sister. As she prays for her husband's arrival, she decides to confront strange sounds emanating from the storm cellar.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Nancy Kelly ... Janet Willsom

David McLean ... Ben T. Willsom

James Griffith ... Ed Brandies
Jean Carroll ... Drucie (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: A Wig for Miss Devore

29 January 1962
An aging actress tries for a comeback in a film about a witch hanged for murder. As a stunt she insists on wearing the historical woman's wig, which turns out to be cursed, changing her into a literal man-killer.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Patricia Barry ... Sheila Devore

John Baragrey ... George Machik

John Fiedler ... Herbert Bleake

Herbert Rudley ... Max Quinke

Linda Watkins ... Arabella Foote

Ina Victor ... Betty
Bernard Fein ... Lester Clyne

William O'Connell ... Chester #2

Pamela Searle ... Meg Peyton
Maurice Dallimore ... Bokor #1
Barry Bernard ... Chester #1

Kendrick Huxham ... Bishop
Jonathan Morris ... Bokor # 2
Ralph Brooks ... Film Crew Member (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Film Crew Member (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Film Crew Member (uncredited)
Paul Palmer ... Film Crew Member (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Film Crew Member (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Film Crew Member (uncredited)
Jerry Rush ... Film Crew Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: The Hollow Watcher

12 February 1962
An Irish mail-order bride marries into a family in North Carolina, with a scheme to steal their hidden fortune. She murders her autocratic father-in-law and hides his body inside a scarecrow--but the vengeful scarecrow is now stalking her.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Audrey Dalton ... Meg O'Danagh Wheeler

Sean McClory ... Sean O'Danagh

Warren Oates ... Hugo Wheeler

Sandy Kenyon ... Mason

Walter Burke ... Croxton

Denver Pyle ... Ortho Wheeler

Norman Leavitt ... Hendricks

Lane Bradford ... Boles
Eve McVeagh ... Mrs. Curtis

Mary Grace Canfield ... Ally Rose

Season 2, Episode 21: Cousin Tundifer

19 February 1962
Mass murderer's descendant plots quicker inheritance options when his ill, rich uncle Pontifex, takes up with Queenie De Lyte, a stripper turned art fancier. A psychologist cured Pontifex's obsession with restoring ancient family homes, destroying nephew Tundifer's hope of having Pontifex declared incompetent. Tundifer looks exactly like his evil ancestor, a portrait of whom hangs in one family mansion, whose expensive renovation may include a portal to a prior century.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Edward Andrews ... Miles Tundifer

Sue Ane Langdon ... Queenie de Lyte

Vaughn Taylor ... Pontifex Tundifer

Howard McNear ... Jack Passasstroy
Dayton Lummis ... Millard Braystone
Hallene Hill ... The Old Woman
Cyril Delevanti ... The Old Man
Chet Stratton ... Dr. Alfred Marvin
Bart Patton ... Joe

Jim Bannon ... The Police Lieutenant

Clem Bevans ... The Old Gaffer
Edgar Dearing ... The Police Sergeant

Season 2, Episode 22: The Incredible Doktor Markesan

26 February 1962
Penniless Fred Bancroft, along with his new wife Molly, visits a sinister uncle he hasn't seen in years in hopes of living rent-free in his musty, decaying mansion.

Boris Karloff ... Himself / Dr. Konrad Markesan

Dick York ... Fred Bancroft

Carolyn Kearney ... Molly Bancroft

Richard Hale ... Prof. Everett Latimore
Henry Hunter ... Prof. Angus Holden
Basil Howes ... Prof. Charing
Billy Beck ... Prof. Grant

Season 2, Episode 23: Flowers of Evil

5 March 1962
A faithless wife and her lover murder her husband and sell his skeleton to a medical school. The skeleton keeps returning, however--and screaming.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Luciana Paluzzi ... Madalena

Kevin Hagen ... Arno Lunt

Jack Weston ... Maurice Reynard

Vladimir Sokoloff ... The Janitor

Gregory Gaye ... The President (as Gregory Gay)
David Garcia ... The 1st Student
David Whorf ... The 2nd Student

Season 2, Episode 24: 'Til Death Do Us Part

12 March 1962
Undertaker Carl Somers murders his nagging wife so he can head west to marry a wealthy spinster. The joke's on him though: eloping with the old maid gets her disinherited, leaving him with another unwanted wife. A new doctor in town hiding from a murder charge comes in handy at this point.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Henry Jones ... Carl Somers

Jim Davis ... The Marshal

Reta Shaw ... Celia Hooper Somers

Edgar Buchanan ... Doc O'Connor

Philip Ober ... Elmer Hooper

Jocelyn Brando ... Myrtle Hooper
Eve McVeagh ... Bonnie

Walker Edmiston ... Jerry Flagg
Frances Morris ... Abbie Somers
Phil Arnold ... Curly
Delores Wells ... Flo
Hurley Bell ... The Cowhand (as Hurly Bell)

Season 2, Episode 25: The Bride Who Died Twice

19 March 1962
In a Latin American country, a sinister Colonel forces the Governor's daughter to marry him but she dies on their wedding night-or does she?

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Mala Powers ... Consuelo De La Varra

Eduardo Ciannelli ... Gen. De La Varra

Joe De Santis ... Col. Sangriento

Robert Colbert ... Capt. Bartolomeo Antonio Fernandez
Carl Don ... Sgt. Vibora

Peter Brocco ... Padre Herrera
Alex Montoya ... Custodian of the Cemetery
Pepe Hern ... Lt. Contreras
Marya Stevens ... The Proprietor's Wife

Franco Corsaro ... Monsignor
Natividad Vacío ... Proprietor of the Cantina
Alberto Monte ... 1st Guerrilla

Roberto Contreras ... 2nd Guerrilla

Season 2, Episode 26: Kill My Love

26 March 1962
Apparent "family man" Guy Guthrie murders his mistress when she threatens to expose him, then his wife when she figures out what he's done. But what will he do about his beloved teenage son when the boy begins to puzzle out that his father killed his mother?

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Richard Carlson ... Guy Guthrie

Patricia Breslin ... Dinah Duffay

K.T. Stevens ... Olive Guthrie

David Kent ... Julian Guthrie

Kasey Rogers ... Anthea Jason
Raymond Greenleaf ... Harold Carson
Amy Douglass ... Mrs. Carson

Larry J. Blake ... Larry The Bartender

Season 2, Episode 27: Man of Mystery

2 April 1962
An author is murdered when his book exposing an ex-employer, a secretive international financier, is to be published. A reporter tracks the case, but everyone he tries to interview dies under suspicious circumstances. Meanwhile, the financier gets a comic fired because he's obsessed with ensnaring the funny-man's girlfriend, a leggy nightclub chanteuse.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Mary Tyler Moore ... Sherry Smith

John Van Dreelen ... Joel Stone

William Windom ... Lou Walters

Walter Burke ... Lucas
Mercedes Shirley ... Jill Naylor

Robert Sampson ... Reporter

Willis Bouchey ... Lt. Farnham
Ralph Clanton ... Dr. John Grail

William Phipps ... Harry Laxer

Ken Lynch ... Rudy
Yuki Shimoda ... Koto

Season 2, Episode 28: The Innocent Bystanders

9 April 1962
Jacob Grant and John Paterson, a pair of Victorian-era bodysnatchers, turn to murder to supplement their income. First they take Grant's visiting sister-in-law, then set their sights on the unsuspecting boarders.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

John Anderson ... Jacob Grant

George Kennedy ... John Paterson
Janet Lake ... Elsie Evans

Steven Terrell ... Bruce Evans (as Steve Terrell)

Carl Benton Reid ... Dr. Marcus Graham

Gale Robbins ... Mary Jerold
Jean Engstrom ... Anne Grant

Than Wyenn ... Vane
Clegg Hoyt ... Kyle

Clancy Cooper ... Chief Constable
Anthony Jochim ... The Beggar
Diki Lerner ... Little Jamie (as Dikki Lerner)

Harry Wilson ... Body Snatcher (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: The Lethal Ladies

16 April 1962
2 twisted tales of timid people hitting their breaking point. A philandering investor dreams of independence from his wife, a wealthy, bold geologist, but when his latest scheme plummets down the big board, Myron plots murder. Alice Quimby's entire life is her work at a university library, but she's passed over to be chief librarian, in favor of Dr. Wilford Bliss, a martinet who's going to clean house, forcing her out before she can collect her pension.

Boris Karloff ... Himself

Howard Morris ... Myron Sills / Dr. Wilfred Bliss

Rosemary Murphy ... Lavinia Sills / Alice Quimby
Pamela Curran ... Gloria ('Murder on the Rocks')

Marjorie Bennett ... Mercedes ('Murder on the Rocks')
Robert Carson ... Albert White ('Murder on the Rocks')
Jackie Russell ... Martha Foster ('Goodbye, Dr. Bliss')
Hank Brandt ... Mr. Sutter ('Goodbye, Dr. Bliss') (as Henry Brandt)
Chet Stratton ... Mr. Charles Delevant ('Goodbye, Dr. Bliss')

Ralph Moody ... Mr. Jacobson ('Goodbye, Dr. Bliss')
William Remick ... Mr. Dick Grant ('Goodbye, Dr. Bliss')
Jackie Joseph ... Miss Martin ('Goodbye, Dr. Bliss')

Season 2, Episode 30: The Specialists

30 April 1962
An elite team of federal agents is formed to take down an international ring of jewel thieves.

Boris Karloff ... Himself - Host

Lin McCarthy ... Peter Duncan

Robert Douglas ... Antony Hugh Swinburne

Suzanne Lloyd ... Helen Coleman

Ronald Howard ... Martin Gresham

Sean McClory ... Patrick Galt
David Frankham ... Joe Carter
Lucy Prentis ... Peggy Duncan
Lauren Gilbert ... Tracy
Doris Lloyd ... Landlady
Anthony Scott ... Montaigne

Alan Caillou ... Police Superintendent
Richard Peel ... London Bobby

Paddi Edwards ... The Nurse
Hedley Mattingly ... Canadian Man
Jack Greening ... The Specialist

Ray Montgomery ... Ray Coleman

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