Art of Darkness: A Night Gallery Retrospective (2002)

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Behind the scene look at the making of the documentary "Art of Darkness: A Night Gallery Retrospective". Featuring Rod Serling Leonard Nimoy and other actors who appeared in the series.

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Behind the scene look at the making of the documentary "Art of Darkness: A Night Gallery Retrospective". Featuring Rod Serling Leonard Nimoy and other actors who appeared in the series.

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A Fresh Look Back
12 February 2003 | by (Denver, CO) – See all my reviews

Art of Darkness is a piece that flows very well for the entire 30 minutes. It is a fascinating look into the cult classic show Night Gallery. The directing and pace can be considered noteworthy. It takes a great deal of talent to take another person's work and give it a fresh spin. AOD provides its' viewers with this and more. All the interviews with the cast lets us in on an interesting view of television in the early seventies. Mr. Gallegos proves himself a worthy director and THE MAN!


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