Night Gallery: Season 2, Episode 3

Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay/With Apologies to Mr. Hyde/The Flip Side of Satan (29 Sep. 1971)

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Craig Lowell suspects that his wife's sweet Aunt Ada is actually a witch. / Doctor Jekyll drinks his potion with unusual results. / Callous disc jockey J. J. Wilson finds himself spinning platters at a hellish radio station.

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Episode credited cast:
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Craig Lowell (segment "Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay")
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Joanna Lowell (segment "Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay")
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Prof. Nicholas Porteus (segment "Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay")
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Aunt Ada Burn Quigley (segment "Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay")
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J.J. Wilson (segment "The Flip Side of Satan")
Eldon Quick ...
Frank Heller (segment "Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay")
Charles Seel ...
Cemetery Caretaker (segment "Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay")
Alma Platt ...
Housekeeper (segment "Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay")
Arnold F. Turner ...
Messenger Boy (segment "Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay") (as Arnold Turner)
Jack Laird ...
Laboratory Assistant (segment "With Apologies to Mr. Hyde")
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Craig Lowell suspects that his wife's sweet Aunt Ada is actually a witch. / Doctor Jekyll drinks his potion with unusual results. / Callous disc jockey J. J. Wilson finds himself spinning platters at a hellish radio station.

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The segment "The Flip Side of Satan" employs an optical effect which uses some of the same footage (a man's face shot in close wide angle) that is used briefly in the Night Gallery opening title sequence. See more »

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Craig Lowell: I think it may be entirely logical that I am going mad.
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Credit Jeanette Nolan
23 November 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Jeanette Nolan's performance in Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay is my personal favorite aspect of this episode, as she's very effective portraying a crabby old witch in disguise as dear Aunt Ada, who's looking to inhabit the body of a young Michelle Lee, who's character's name I forget at the moment. James Farentino and Jonathan Harris also have significant roles in their battle against the clever witch, and Harris' Professor Porteus is a hoot while warning the suspecting husband of the evil witch in his house ready to take over his wife's body. I enjoyed the typical Night Gallery mansion and atmosphere at the flowery graveyard, which always adds to my viewing pleasure. I do wish they would figure that night shots shouldn't be shot during the day, but this happens in many episodes. This is a pet peeve of mine, but I digress. As another reviewer also mentioned, what colleges have classes near midnight? Anyhow, I highly recommend this segment mainly for Nolan's over the top performance, as she's very convincing and makes this episode worth while. That being said, you may be slightly disappointed by the abrupt ending as it leaves us with no convenient answers.


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