Night Gallery

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These are the paintings that accompanied Rod Serling's introductions to the stories that comprised each episode. The paintings for seasons 1-3 were all by artist Tom Wright. Artist Jaroslav Gebr painted the three paintings for the pilot as well as all of "The Sixth Sense/Night Gallery" episode paintings that appeared in the syndication run.

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"The Other Way Out" by Tom Wright Season 3 Episode Lured to an isolated house, a murderer (Ross Martin) is made to pay for his crime by a coldly calculating avenger (Burl Ives). Tom Wright, Night Gallery, Artists Like, Fantasy Tv, Horror Show, Old Shows, Creepy Art, All Art, Original Paintings
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"The Other Way Out" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #34 (11/19/72) Lured to an isolated house, a murderer (Ross Martin) is made to pay for his crime by a coldly calculating avenger (Burl Ives).

"How to Cure the Common Vampire" by Tom Wright Season 3 Episode A pair of vampire hunters debate the most efficient method to dispatch their nemesis. With Richard Deacon and Johnny Brown. George Orwell Quotes, Tom Wright, Night Gallery, Vampire Hunter, Macabre, Horror, Art Gallery, Cure, Portrait

"How to Cure the Common Vampire" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #43.2 (05/27/73) A pair of vampire hunters debate the most efficient method to dispatch their nemesis. With Richard Deacon and Johnny Brown.

"Hatred Unto Death" by Tom Wright Season 3 Episode Blood memories surface when an anthropologist responds in kind to a captive gorilla’s primeval hatred. With Steve Forrest, Dina Merrill, and Fernando Lamas. Tom Wright, Night Gallery, Famous Monsters, Creepy Art, Rembrandt, Horror Art, Macabre, Cool Art, Awesome Art
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"Hatred Unto Death" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #43.1 (05/27/73) Blood memories surface when an anthropologist responds in kind to a captive gorilla’s primeval hatred. With Steve Forrest, Dina Merrill, and Fernando Lamas.

"You Can Come Up Now, Mrs. Millikan" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #33.1 (11/12/72) Ozzie & Harriet Nelson star as a bungling inventor and his forgetful wife pool their ineptitude for an experiment in immortality. With Roger Davis. Written by Rod Serling. Directed by John Badham. Tom Wright, From Here To Eternity, Night Gallery, Artists Like, Horror Art, Pictures To Paint, Macabre, Van Gogh, Lovers Art
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"You Can Come Up Now, Mrs. Millikan" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #33.1 (11/12/72) Ozzie & Harriet Nelson star as a bungling inventor and his forgetful wife pool their ineptitude for an experiment in immortality. With Roger Davis. Written by Rod Serling. Directed by John Badham.

(Title Unknown) by Tom Wright. Unused painting for unproduced episode. It was most likely for either season 1 or 2, as it appears in the opening credits for those seasons. Note: considering its subject, it may have been an alternate canvas for season 2's "The Different Ones." Tom Wright, Night Gallery, Artists Like, Macabre, Van Gogh, All Art, Horror, Art Gallery, Fine Art
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(Title Unknown) by Tom Wright. Unused painting for unproduced episode. It was most likely for either season 1 or 2, as it appears in the opening credits for those seasons. Note: considering its subject, it may have been an alternate canvas for season 2's "The Different Ones."

"Finnegan's Flight" by Tom Wright Season 3 Episode A prison lifer (Burgess Meredith) yearning for freedom submits to a cellmate’s experiments in mind over matter. With Cameron Mitchell & Barry Sullivan. Written by Rod Serling. Tom Wright, From Here To Eternity, Night Gallery, Thing 1, Horror Art, Pictures To Paint, Original Paintings, Portrait, Art Night
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"Finnegan's Flight" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #36 (12/17/72) A prison lifer (Burgess Meredith) yearning for freedom submits to a cellmate’s experiments in mind over matter. With Cameron Mitchell & Barry Sullivan. Written by Rod Serling.

"Rare Objects" by Tom Wright Season 3 Episode Mickey Rooney stars as a gangster marked for death who engages a specialist (Raymond Massey) who guarantees him sanctuary—at a precipitous cost. Written by Rod Serling. Night Gallery, Creature Feature, Pictures To Paint, Macabre, Dark Art, Twilight, Science Fiction, Original Paintings, Horror

"Rare Objects" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #31 (10/22/72) Mickey Rooney stars as a gangster marked for death who engages a specialist (Raymond Massey) who guarantees him sanctuary—at a precipitous cost. Written by Rod Serling.

Night Gallery "The Girl with the Hungry Eyes" by Tom Wright Season 3 Episode A photographer (James Farentino) hires a mysterious model (Joanna Pettet) whose eyes burn with a seductive—yet frightening—glow. With John Astin. Directed by John Badham. Tom Wright, Night Gallery, Horror Fiction, Thing 1, Old Shows, Great Tv Shows, Creature Feature, Dark Beauty, Pictures To Paint
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"The Girl with the Hungry Eyes" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #30 (10/01/72) A photographer (James Farentino) hires a mysterious model (Joanna Pettet) whose eyes burn with a seductive—yet frightening—glow. With John Astin. Directed by John Badham.

Night Gallery - another painting for an unproduced episode. (Art by Tom Wright). Perfect decor for Halloween!

(Title Unknown) by Tom Wright. Unused painting for unproduced episode. Most likely intended for season 1 or 2, as it appears in opening credits. Note: considering the subject, it looks like it might have been an alternate canvas for the 1st season story, "The Doll."

Night Gallery "Spectre in Tap Shoes" by Tom Wright Season 3 Episode After witnessing her sister’s suicide, a young woman (Sandra Dee) begins to see and hear evidence of her continued presence. With Dane Clark.

"Spectre in Tap Shoes" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #32 (10/29/72) After witnessing her sister’s suicide, a young woman (Sandra Dee) begins to see and hear evidence of her continued presence. With Dane Clark.

Painting for the Night Gallery episode "Death on a Barge". By Tom Wright Creepy Art, Scary, Fantasy Tv Series, Tom Wright, Night Gallery, Artists Like, Horror Art, Macabre, Nocturne
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"Death on a Barge" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #40 (03/04/73) A young fishmonger ignores the warnings of his friends when he falls desperately in love with a wraith-like young woman. Starring Lesley Ann Warren. Directed by Leonard Nimoy.

Painting for the Night Gallery episode "She'll Be Company for You". By Tom Wright. "Night Gallery" was such a great and bizzare show, and the paintings at the beginning were masterful. Love this series! Perfect decor for Halloween! Tom Wright, From Here To Eternity, Night Gallery, Horror Films, Macabre, Cat Art, Creepy, Art Photography, Art Gallery
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"She'll Be Company for You" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #37 (12/24/72) With his invalid wife finally dead, a relieved widower (Leonard Nimoy) now finds himself under the watchful eye of a strangely menacing cat. With Lorraine Gary.

 Tom Wright painting for Night Gallery - Unproduced Episode (? Horror Comics, Horror Art, Tom Wright, Night Gallery, Fantasy Tv, Dangerous Minds, Creepy Art, Scary, Creature Feature
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"The Return of the Sorcerer" (Unused version) by Tom Wright This painting was included under this title for a set of lithographs of selected Night Gallery paintings sold through Universal Studios in 1973. It is unclear whether this was the original painting for the episode or if it was painted for an unproduced episode and erroneously retitled.

"The Doll of Death" by Tom Wright Season 3 Episode A spurned Englishman in the British West Indies enlists the power of voodoo to avenge himself against a romantic rival. With Susan Strasberg and Alejandro Rey. Directed by John Badham. Tom Wright, Childhood Fears, Night Gallery, Wil Wheaton, Horror Nights, Horror Show, Gothic Horror, Creepy Art, Macabre

"The Doll of Death" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #42 (05/20/73) A spurned Englishman in the British West Indies enlists the power of voodoo to avenge himself against a romantic rival. With Susan Strasberg and Alejandro Rey. Directed by John Badham.

"Fright Night" by Tom Wright Season 3 Episode An inherited farmhouse holds unseen terrors for a young couple ( Stuart Whitman & Barbara Anderson) when the attic trunk they’re told never to move starts moving by itself. With Ellen Corby & Alan Napier. Tom Wright, The Lovely Bones, Night Gallery, Fantasy Tv, Horror Comics, Horror Art, Demonology, Classic Monsters, Fright Night
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"Fright Night" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #35 (12/10/72) An inherited farmhouse holds unseen terrors for a young couple ( Stuart Whitman & Barbara Anderson) when the attic trunk they’re told never to move starts moving by itself. With Ellen Corby & Alan Napier.

"Rare Objects" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #31 (10/22/72) This is the original unused version, painted before Raymond Massey was cast in the lead.  The version used in the broadcast was altered so that the figure in the painting resembled Massey. This unused version was included in a set of lithographs of Night Gallery paintings sold through Universal Studios in 1973.

"Rare Objects" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #31 (10/22/72) This is the original unused version, painted before Raymond Massey was cast in the lead. The version used in the broadcast was altered so that the figure in the painting resembled Massey. This unused version was included in a set of lithographs of Night Gallery paintings sold through Universal Studios in 1973.