Night Gallery (1969–1973)
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She'll Be Company for You 

After years of caring for his invalid wife, newly widowed Henry Auden thinks he'll be happy living alone. His wife's friend sends him her orange tabby cat to keep him company while she's away on vacation, but the loneliness gets to him.

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David Rayfiel (teleplay), Andrea Newman (short story)
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Episode credited cast:
Leonard Nimoy ... Henry Auden
Lorraine Gary ... Barbara Morgan
Kathryn Hays ... June
Bern Hoffman Bern Hoffman ... Reverend
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Rod Serling ... Self - Host
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After years of caring for his invalid wife, newly widowed Henry Auden thinks he'll be happy living alone. His wife's friend sends him her orange tabby cat to keep him company while she's away on vacation, but the loneliness gets to him.

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Kathryn Hays also appeared with Leonard Nimoy in the Star Trek episode "The Empath." See more »

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When your wife dies let the cat get your tongue!
20 November 2012 | by blanbrnSee all my reviews

Just caught this "Night Gallery" episode called "She'll Be Company for You" a catch phrase of an episode that's odd and clever. It features the well known of the "Star Trek" series Mr. Spock himself Leonard Nimoy. Nimoy plays Henry a man who's recently widowed and lost his wife. However he gets a gift in the form of a cat from her best friend and this cat is a little cursed with magic powers! Slowly strange things start to happen at Henry's house as he misses his wife soon the cat transforms into a big tiger and claws and growls it's way at Henry! This big cat literally drives him speechless and into a scared manner. Overall good episode that's memorable with Mr. Spock it proves the cat can get your tongue!


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Language:

English

Release Date:

24 December 1972 (USA) See more »

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Universal Television See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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