Night Gallery (1969–1973)
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The Miracle at Camafeo/The Ghost of Sorworth Place 

A con artist pays the price for faking a recovery from paralysis in front of a Mexican shrine. / A Scottish widow turns to an American tourist for protection from the ghost of her husband.



(teleplay), (short story "The Miracle at Campofeo") | 2 more credits »

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Episode cast overview:
Charlie Rogan (segment "The Miracle at Camafeo")
Ralph Burke (segment "The Ghost of Sorworth Place")
Gay Melcor (segment "The Miracle at Camafeo")
Ann Loring (segment "The Ghost of Sorworth Place")
Joe Melcor (segment "The Miracle at Camafeo")
Mavis Neal Palmer ...
Mrs. Ducker (segment "The Ghost of Sorworth Place") (as Mavis Neal)
Patrick O'Moore ...
Mr. MacLeod (segment "The Ghost of Sorworth Place")
Priest (segment "The Miracle at Camafeo") (as Richard Yñiguez)
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ...
Bartender (segment "The Miracle at Camafeo") (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
John D. Schofield ...
Alistair Loring (segment "The Ghost of Sorworth Place")
Margarita García ...
Woman (segment "The Miracle at Camafeo")
Tomas Trujillo ...
Blind Boy (segment "The Miracle at Camafeo") (as Thomas Trujillo)


An insurance claims investigator follows a con-man to a shrine in the village of Camafeo, where the man plans to be miraculously "healed" of injuries which are nonexistent. / An American traveler stumbles upon a mansion in Scotland which houses a widow and the ghost of her former husband, who vowed to return to her one year after his death. Written by page8701

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19 January 1972 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Miracles & Ghosts
12 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

'The Miracle At Camafeo' - Harry Guardino plays an insurance investigator out to get a con man who has gone to a small village in order to be cured by a faith healing, that way he can stop pretending to be injured, but gets more than he bargained for in a most ironic twist of poetic justice.

'The Ghost Of Sorworth Place' - Richard Kiley plays an American traveler hiking through Scotland who stumbles upon a mansion inhabited by a beautiful if cold woman(played by Jill Ireland) who uses him in a clever plan of revenge against her late husband, whose ghost she hopes to get rid of, but the plan turns out differently than either had hoped... Surprise ending, though how many men would have made the same choice?

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