Offered to you now, a selection of Night Gallery teleplays. Featuring some of the finest writing on television in the early 1970s, Rod Serling’s Night Gallery enlisted the talents of many of the industry’s most accomplished scribes. The incomparable Rod Serling wrote all but three of the first season episodes, more than half of the non-vignette dramas for the second year, and one-third of the scripts for the final season. Producer Jack Laird (Emmy nominee for the “I Remember a Lemon Tree” episode of Ben Casey) penned sixteen teleplays. The series also featured the contributions of Halsted Welles (3:10 to Yuma, The Hanging Tree), Alvin Sapinsley (Moon of the Wolf, Sherlock Holmes in New York), Gene Kearney (Games), and David Rayfiel (Three Days of the Condor, Round Midnight, The Firm).
Enter, if you will, a most bizarre little salon where the writing is out of this world.