Weekly anthology series consisting of stories involving ghosts, monsters, witchcraft, possession and other supernatural wonders. Every episode featured at least one famous American star, ...
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Weekly anthology series consisting of stories involving ghosts, monsters, witchcraft, possession and other supernatural wonders. Every episode featured at least one famous American star, such as Leslie Nielsen, Harry Guardino, Vic Morrow or Darren McGavin. 26 half-hour episodes were produced. Written by
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[at close of every episode]
And so until next we meet, this is Anthony Quayle reminding you that there is a touch of evil in all of us. Good night.
[starts to leave, then turns to camera]
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I love this show, despite it all but having disappeared from the world. As a 10 year old i was freaked by this, especially in Australia where it was filmed. Bits of the shows come to mind when i try hard to remember. I am looking for copies of the scripts if anyone has them. It's time someone (maybe me) had a go at bringing it back in a modern style.) If anyone has any info they want to share, then you can get in contact with me via this site. As with others, it was Anthony Quayle, and his "Goodnight....Pleasant Dreams!" and the smoke and music that got to me. The shows weren't great by todays standards, but they were good. A lot of them wouldn't get past the censors or the "do-gooder" brigade, in some cases i guess rightly so, but mores the pity. I like this show and would love to see it again.
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