Night Gallery (1969–1973)
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Die Now, Pay Later 

Sheriff Ned Harlow thinks that the skyrocketing death rate in town is tied in to funeral director Walt Peckinpah's January clearance sale.

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Sheriff Ned Harlow thinks that the skyrocketing death rate in town is tied in to funeral director Walt Peckinpah's January clearance sale.

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Much Later
13 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Slim Pickens stars as small town sheriff Ned Harlow, who has become concerned by the escalating death rate among its more unpopular citizens, which he traces back to funeral director(and rumored Warlock) Walt Peckinpah(played by Will Geer) whose January clearance sale of caskets has gone very well indeed... Mediocre tale is fitfully amusing mostly due to its two well-matched stars, otherwise forgettable.

This only aired as part of the syndication package that the studio created, which now notoriously re-edited many episodes with new material or old studio footage, including the separate series "The Sixth Sense" shoe-horned in as well. At least now "Night Gallery" can be found complete and unedited on DVD, though not "The Sixth Sense" yet.


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