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Rod Serling"s Night gallery

an after-hours tour

by Scott Skelton

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Published by Syracuse University Press in Syracuse, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Serling, Rod, 1924-,
  • Night gallery (Television program)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 385-390) and index.

    StatementScott Skelton and Jim Benson ; with a foreword by John Astin.
    SeriesThe television series
    ContributionsBenson, Jim, 1962-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN1992.77.N44 S54 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 397 p. :
    Number of Pages397
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL355419M
    ISBN 100815605358, 0815627823
    LC Control Number98015198

    Description. Creature Features is proud to present ROD SERLING’S NIGHT GALLERY: THE ART OF DARKNESS. PRE-ORDERS OPENING SOON! T his book culminates a year journey for authors Scott Skelton, Jim Benson, and publisher Taylor White of Creature Features. With the full support of Universal Studios, original series crew members, and principal artist Thomas J. Wright, we have . The Twilight Zone isn’t the only Rod Serling property getting a 21st century reboot. Syfy has landed a Night Gallery reboot, based on Serling’s horror anthology series. In the original.

    For those old enough to remember, Night Gallery was creator-host Rod Serling’s follow-up to The Twilight in a shadowy museum of the outré, Serling unveiled a dark and disturbing collection of canvases as preface to a highly diverse anthology of tales in the fantasy, horror, and science fiction vein.   Night Gallery, later officially titled Rod Serling's Night Gallery, was Serling's "follow up" series to his groundbreaking The Twilight Zone, which ran on CBS from to , and which still airs regularly in reruns. Everyone knows about The Twilight Zone. But far too few people know much about Night : David Juhl.

      Directed by Jeff Corey. With Stuart Whitman, Barbara Anderson, Ellen Corby, Alan Napier. An author and his lovely wife move into an old big house left to them by his late uncle Zachariah on the condition that they are never to open a mysterious trunk there that someone will come for. The house starts driving them insane. Night Gallery Books Horror Stories Multimedia. Rod Serling Original Movie Posters Rare Binghamton Movie Clips Rod Serling in Pop Culture Rod Serling Celebrity Auction Rod Serling Books. Books about the life and career of Rod Serling ~ Rod Serling ~ His Life, Work, and Imagination.


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The Night Gallery is one of three books written by Rod Serling based on stories he created for the television series by the same name. Similar to his Stories From The Twilight Zone books, he novelized six of the show’s scripts for this volume, including They’re Tearing Down Tim Riley’s Bar, Rod Serlings Night gallery book was nominated for an Emmy award/5(19).

Rod Serling’s Night Gallery: An After-Hours Tour By Scott Skelton and Jim Benson. Rod Serling’s Night Gallery: An After-Hours Tour is a compelling and comprehensive look at the making of dramatist and pop-culture icon Rod Serling’s last anthology series.

One of the most unusual and innovative television series of its day, Night Gallery captured the imagination of a generation of viewers. 'Rod Serling's Night Gallery' which ran from often falls by the wayside with critics and audiences alike, but that is doing this excellent series short thrift.

An anthology series containing elements of horror, fantasy, science fiction, and some more lighthearted fare.

Unfortunately, Serling, under pressure from the studio, and /5(37). Rod Serling's "Night Gallery" was more than an updated version of the "Twilight Zone", but a whole new take on his uniquely frightening scope on life.

I remember sitting glued to the family TV - afraid to see what was coming, yet even more afraid to miss out. Contains: The Sole Survivor - Make Me Laugh - /5(5). Rod Serling's Night Gallery Reader book.

Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A razor blade of fear slicing across your mind. A 4/5. Rod Serling's "Night Gallery 2"(Bantam Books, ) was a bit like the proverbial curate's egg- good in parts- although it didn't contain episodes such as " Professor Peabody's Last Lecture" and "You Can't Get Help Like That Any More"(the latter being a thinly veiled allegory for African American slavery I suspect), it did contain such forgotten classics as "Collector's Item" "The Different /5(8).

Rod Serling - Host "Night Gallery" is a classic anthology series that features supernatural and often macabre vignettes. The series is hosted by Rod Serling ("The Twilight Zone"), who acts as the.

Night Gallery is an American anthology television series that aired on NBC from Decem tofeaturing stories of horror and the macabre.

Rod Serling, who had gained fame from an earlier series, The Twilight Zone, served both as the on-air host of Night Gallery and as a major contributor of scripts, although he did not have the same control of content and tone as he had.

InNBC aired a television film pilot for a new series, Night Gallery, written by Serling. Set in a dimly lit museum after hours, the pilot film featured Serling (as on-camera host) playing the curator, who introduced three tales of the macabre, unveiling canvases.

For those old enough to remember, Night Gallery was creator-host Rod Serling's follow-up to The Twilight Zone. Set in a shadowy museum of the outré, Serling unveiled a dark and disturbing collection of canvases as preface to a highly diverse anthology of tales.

The Night Gallery is one of three books written by Rod Serling based on stories he created for the television series by the same name. Similar to his Stories From The Twilight Zone books, he novelized six of the show’s scripts for this volume, including They’re Tearing Down Tim Riley’s Bar, which was nominated for an Emmy award/5(20).

Rod Serling's Night Gallery - The Art of Darkness. 2, likes talking about this. ROD SERLING'S NIGHT GALLERY: THE ART OF DARKNESS is a deluxe page hardbound book. The horror anthology series Night Gallery began on Decem (after the television pilot for the series was aired on November 8, ) and ended onwith three seasons and 43 episodes.

It was created by Rod Serling and broadcast on list does not include the 25 episodes of The Sixth Sense which were edited into Night Gallery for syndication. Night Gallery 2 collects a handful of Rod Serling-penned short story adaptations from his television series of the same name.

While these are not bad tales, they’re not particularly earthshaking either, and it would be difficult make the claim that they represent Serling’s finest work/5. Rod Serling Books The Twilight Zone Books The Twilight Zone Comic Books The Twilight Zone Magazines Night Gallery Books.

Paperback books based on the television series. Night Gallery. Back to Top. HOURS OF OPERATION: Tuesday-Saturday – 11am - 5pm Sunday and Monday – Closed. Everyone knows Rod Serling for The Twilight Zone, of he also did a show in the early 70s called Night Gallery, which was more focused on horror and the supernatural than book features six short-story versions of Night Gallery scripts – one of which, “Does The Name Grimsby Mean Anything To You?”, was never filmed/5.

Night Gallery. Rod Serling’s third series, Night Gallery, began as a made-for-TV movie airing over NBC on Saturday, November 8, Featuring three separate stories, all written by Rod Serling, the pilot included performances by Roddy McDowall, Joan Crawford, Richard Kiley, under the direction of Boris Sagal, Barry Shear, and a young years-old Steven Spielberg, just beginning his career.

The Night Gallery is one of three books written by Rod Serling based on stories he created for the television series by the same name.

Similar to his Stories From The Twilight Zone books, he novelized six of the show’s scripts for this volume, including They’re Tearing Down Tim Riley’s Bar, which was nominated for an Emmy award/5(15).

Rod Serling Books is an imprint whose mission is to preserve his legacy and provide a platform for talented writers to publish works of a similar genre. Editorial board members Jim Benson & Scott Skelton, co-authors of the definitive book on the Night Gallery, have provided a foreword to the new edition.

Item: Quantity: Signed Editions Brand: ROD SERLING BOOKS. When CBS cancelled Serling's series, The Twilight Zone, Serling sought a similar concept in Night Gallery in the early s as a new forum for his brand of storytelling, a mosaic of classic horror and fantasy tales.

In this work, the authors explore the genesis of the series and provide production detail and behind-the-scenes material. They offer critical commentary and off-screen anecdotes. Fascinating, engrossing, and boasting a stunning design, Rod Serling’s Night Gallery: The Art of Darkness is a must-read for any fan of Rod Serling, s television history, or the development of the macabre in twentieth-century art.

At this time just say that you’ll post where to order the book as soon as the information is available. Christopher Brown returns to The Night Gallery Podcast after a two years for this special Christmas episode looking at one of Rod Serling's lesser known works: A Carol For Another Christmas.

44 min An extraordinary television companion, Rod Serling’s Night Gallery: An After-Hours Tour provides a comprehensive review of this beloved science-fiction/fantasy series. Often compared (unfavorably) to The Twilight Zone, Rob Serling’s Night Galley was a different type of anthology series with its own unique voice that ran for three seasons.

Authors Scott Skelton and Jim Benson have conducted /5.