Night Gallery: Season 3, Episode 8

The Other Way Out (19 Nov. 1972)

TV Episode  -   -  Drama | Fantasy | Horror
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Executive Bradley Meredith is responsible for the unsolved murder of a go-go dancer, so the victim's vindictive grandfather Old Man Doubleday invites him to the family's dilapidated old ... See full summary »

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Bradley Meredith
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Estelle Meredith
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Executive Bradley Meredith is responsible for the unsolved murder of a go-go dancer, so the victim's vindictive grandfather Old Man Doubleday invites him to the family's dilapidated old farmhouse, which comes complete with a pack of wild dogs. Written by Anonymous

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Bradley Meredith (Ross Martin) is driving from Los Angeles to the high desert town of Hesperia. He comes to a sign which says "Hisperia 11 miles." See more »

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There were a few aspects which kept this from being a great segment, and I'll get to them in a minute, but Ross Martin(Bradley Meredith)absolutely stole the show as a man who killed a dancer, although we never see any of it. Perhaps this was edited, but watching a scene like that would've enhanced this episode; in any event, Martin was in fine form. I can't say the same for Burl Ives, who basically mumbles his way for most of the duration, while clumsily playing a banjo; he happens to be the grandfather of the dead girl, and he figures out that Meredith was her killer, and he decides to torment him in a revengeful way, although I thought Ives could've added more to what was an interesting role. The creepy house(a Night Gallery staple)and surrounding foggy atmosphere was filmed well, as were the "escape" routes in said house. I was also a little disappointed when we finally meet Sonny, played by Adam Weed(his only acting performance), as the brother of the dancer. Martin makes up for these little fuzzy details that bug me, as he was very convincing as the confused man uncertain just what's going on in this house. Let me also mention the noisy dogs in the yard to add to the craziness.


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