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Tales from the Darkside (TV Series 1983–1988) Poster

(1983–1988)

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Episode 4.19, with its characters named Ruthie, a drum-playing Micky, and "Little Micky," is a thinly-disguised parody of I Love Lucy (1951).
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Famed horror writer Stephen King contributed two stories to the series: "Word Processor of the Gods" and "Sorry, Right Number." Both have subsequently been reprinted in the author's anthology works.
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The series originally aired as a pilot in October 1983 as "Trick Or Treat" starring Barnard Hughes. Apparently, this was before it became "Tales From The Darkside". The original broadcast wasn't intended as a episode of it until the "Tales From The Darkside" intro was tacked on future repeats of it.
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Actor Vic Tayback appeared in both the first ("The New Man") and final ("Basher Malone") episodes of the series.
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