Night Gallery (1969–1973)
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The Different Ones/Tell David.../Logoda's Heads 

Paul Koch agrees to a unique solution that might help his hideously ugly son find acceptance. / A woman asks a couple for directions only to realize they represent her future. / A witch doctor is suspected of murdering an explorer.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Koch (segment "The Different Ones")
Ann Bolt (segment "Tell David...")
Major Crosby (segment "Logoda's Heads")
Official (segment "The Different Ones")
Tony Bolt / David Blessington (segment "Tell David...")
Logoda (segment "Logoda's Heads")
Jon Korkes ...
Victor Koch (segment "The Different Ones")
Kyro (segment "Logoda's Heads")
Jenny Sullivan ...
Pat Blessington (segment "Tell David...")
Henley (segment "Logoda's Heads")
Dennis Rucker ...
Boreon Man (segment "The Different Ones")
Jan Shutan ...
Jane Blessington (segment "Tell David...")
Albert Popwell ...
Sergeant Imo (segment "Logoda's Heads")
Françoise Ruggieri ...
Yvonne (segment "Tell David...") (as Francoise Ruggieri)
First Phone Operator (segment "The Different Ones")


A man considers sending his deformed son to another planet where he will hopefully entertainers with similar appearances. After an encounter with a strange clue, a woman thinks she has just seen a glimpse of the future. British authorities in Africa suspect a missing archaeologist was killed by a very powerful witch doctor.

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29 December 1971 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Same old song and dance
7 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode of "Night Gallery" is quite honestly just Rod Serling blatantly ripping himself off. "The Different Ones" is just "Eye Of The Beholder" from the original "The Twilight Zone" series with a boy instead of a girl and a planet of disfigured inhabitants...or is it two? The problem is that "Eye Of The Beholder" was directed with style and made the viewer care about the central characters of the story. The only thing "The Different Ones" has going for it is...well...that it's in color and incorporates some N.A.S.A. footage which I'm sure was riveting at the time. Oh, there was also some stock footage of what I believe was the monorail from Disney World to help make the planet Earth look futuristic...that was absolutely hilarious...along with some random announcements over a P.A. system concerning "flying policemen" (on very visible wires and some very bad green screen) and something about aliens landing and then later being found to be "friendly"...not sure what that was except possibly a way of stretching out the story to fit the formatted running time. This is definitely not one of the better "Night Gallery" episodes.

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