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Night Gallery (Season 2)Director: John Badham, Jeannot Szwarc
Created and hosted by the master of mystery, The Twilight Zone’s Rod Serling, the spellbinding second season of this classic anthology series features a legendary roster of guest stars.
Night Gallery (Season 1)Director: Steven Spielberg, Daryl Duke, Boris Sagal, Barry Shear, Jeannot Szwarc, Don Taylor
Prepare for the chill of a lifetime as the master of suspense, Rod Serling (The Twilight Zone), hosts every spine-tingling episode from the complete first season of Night Gallery.
Night After NightDirector: Archie Mayo
An ex-thug intent on losing his street-smart manner, hires a proper spinster to accompany him and a formerly rich society girl to dinner at his swanky establishment. Complicating matters, his flamboyant ex-girlfriend breezes over to their table and innocently begins to expose his past.
Night PassageDirector: James Neilson
When the local railroad becomes the constant target of a band of desperadoes train officials recruit soft-spoken but life-hardened employee Grant McLaine to guard the payroll. Trouble is, the gang’s most skilled and lethal gunslinger is Grant’s kid brother.
Endless NightDirector: Sidney Gilliat
Michael marries Ellie to inherit her family fortune, but when their idyllic modern home on Gipsy's Acre turns out to be cursed, a series of bizarre events puts his plans in jeopardy.
Night TideDirector: Curtis Harrington
Mastered in HD from 35mm film elements restored by the Academy Film Archive, with support from The Film Foundation and Curtis Harrington. NIGHT TIDE remains one of the most influential indie horror films of the 1960s, launching the career of director Curtis Harrington and helping establish Dennis Hopper as one of cult cinema's most eclectic leading men. With extras including audio commentary by Harrington and Hopper and interviews with the director.
Night PeopleDirector: Nunnally Johnson
In this post-WWII suspense thriller, an American GI is abducted by the Soviets in West Berlin. Screen legend Gregory Peck plays Col. Van Dyke, a CIA officer stationed in Berlin who is put in charge of the case. Written, produced and directed by Nunnally Johnson and co-stars Broderick Crawford.