Thriller (1960–1962)
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The Hungry Glass 

A married couple moves into a house that is haunted by images reflected in glass and mirrors.

Director:

Douglas Heyes

Writers:

Robert Bloch (story), Douglas Heyes (adaptation)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Boris Karloff ... Himself
William Shatner ... Gil Thrasher
Joanna Heyes Joanna Heyes ... Marcia Thrasher
Russell Johnson ... Adam Talmadge
Elizabeth Allen ... Liz Talmadge
Clem Bevans ... Obed
Pitt Herbert ... Mr. Cabot
Donna Douglas ... Laura Bellman
Duane Grey ... Nephew
Ottola Nesmith ... Old Laura Bellman
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A married couple moves into a house that is haunted by images reflected in glass and mirrors.

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Release Date:

3 January 1961 (USA) See more »

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The house sits on a cliff many feet above the water, but in the view out the window, the sea appears to be at the same level as the house. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
[a man who has a hook for a hand knocks loudly on the door, then turns to the doctor]
Nephew: I know she's in there, Doctor. She's always in there! With her cursed mirrors.
Old Laura Bellman: Go away! Oh, go away! Leave me alone, can't you? Leave me alone... with my mirrors.
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Not bad but kind of slow
30 September 2017 | by preppy-3See all my reviews

Gil and Margaret Thrasher (William Shatner, Joanna Heyes) buy this creepy old house from friend Adam Talmadge (Russell Johnson). However the house has no mirrors. It seems that their friend neglected to tell them about a number of deaths that happened in the house...and they all seem to be tied into mirrors. But it's just a superstition...or is it? It has a great opening on a dark and stormy night but quickly quiets down and starts to move at a snails pace. It's pretty obvious from the beginning what's happening so there's not much suspense. However the ending is impressive and its great seeing future TV stars Shatner, Johnson and Donna Douglas so early in their careers. A pretty good entry in the "Thriller" TV series.


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