Night Gallery (1969–1973)
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The Girl with the Hungry Eyes 

Photographer David Faulker is frightened by the "hungry eyes" of his new reclusive model that no man can resist.

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Photographer David Faulker is frightened by the "hungry eyes" of his new reclusive model that no man can resist.

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1 October 1972 (USA)  »

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In both this episode and the "Night Gallery" episode "Since Aunt Ada Came to Stay", James Farentino uses fire to vanquish the villain. See more »

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The eyes have it!
3 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The most notable aspect for many may be the appearance of veteran Night Gallery actress Joanna Pettet, who portrays the mysterious woman with the strange brightly lit eyes. Look for a few other familiar faces in James Farentino(David)and John Astin(Munsch), who are both intrigued by her, as David agrees to photograph her as a model, and Munsch makes her the face of his beer company; also, look for Kip Nivin(Magnum Force), who plays Harry, a close friend of David's who is also infatuated by the woman. She warns David to not ever follow her and even though he warns the men to stay away from her, they decide to follow her anyway, with dire consequences. I thought the special effects were done reasonably well, considering many episodes have rather cheesy effects, but these were effective to this reviewer. The same can be said for the acting here, as the performances were decent enough, as opposed to many other segments. If I have a small complaint, it would be how such a big city, that this episode obviously takes place in, could be so desolate for the outdoor filming. I still would recommend this episode that happens to be the final season of the series.


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