Night Gallery (1969–1973)
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House - With Ghost/A Midnight Visit to the Neighborhood Blood Bank/Dr. Stringfellow's Rejuvenator/Hell's Bells 

Adulterer takes his wife to a house that's haunted to get rid of her. / A vampire is repelled by a good excuse. / A charlatan sells a fake healing potion in the Old West. / Hippie Randy Miller finds out what eternity in Hell is like.

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(teleplay) (as Gene Kearney), (short story) | 4 more credits »
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Ellis Travers (segment "House - With Ghost")
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Iris Travers (segment "House - With Ghost")
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Vampire (segment "A Midnight Visit")
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Randy Miller (segment "Hell's Bells")
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Mr. Canby-Ghost (segment "House - With Ghost")
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Mr. Chichester (segment "House - With Ghost")
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Doctor (segment "House - With Ghost")
Trisha Noble ...
Journey Laird ...
Intended Victim (segment "A Midnight Visit")
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Lou Frizzell ...
Man (segment "Dr. Stringfellow's Rejuvenator")
Theodore J. Flicker ...
Devil (segment "Hell's Bells")
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Fat Lady (segment "Hell's Bells")
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A cheating husband tries to engage the services of a ghost to try and kill his wife. A vampire gets a surprise when he tries to suck the blood out of a sleeping woman. A crooked medicine doctor promises to either cure or resurrect a poor farmer's dying daughter. A recently deceased hippie finds that Hell is not the way he imagined it to be.

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17 November 1971 (USA)  »

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In the segment "Hell's Bells", Theodore J. Flicker, who plays the Devil, also wrote the script and directed it. See more »

Goofs

At one point "Dr. Stringfellow" (Forrest Tucker), while sitting in the bar, refers to himself as "Dr. Strings". See more »

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Rod Serling - Host: As our third selection, an item from the past. That uniquely American institution known as the pitchman. The wheeler and dealer of magical nostrums guaranteed to cure, to palliate, to bring back the glow of health to everything but a cadaver. Bottled dreams, if you will. Our painting is called *Dr. Stringfellow's Rejuvenator*. Drink hearty
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A Vampire's tale
8 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

This isn't the strongest episode in Night Gallery's library, but it's not even 2 minutes long, so there's not much time to get philosophical about it. The opening music and painting for this short vignette are both creepy and eerie, but that's as far as that goes. Victor Buono stars as the vampire out to collect blood from a sleeping young lady, although Buono would prefer a man(if you catch my drift), but that's another story for another time. The room's dark atmosphere and open window are OK, even when the bat transforms into the vampire is at least average for the early 70's. There isn't much dialog except the punch line when the woman utters "I gave at the office.", then the once hungry vampire sighs and says "sorry" then sighs and flies away, changing from vampire to bat, after he puts his notebook and pencil back in his pocket.


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