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This film is composed of three shorts, each involving a painting of a woman. In the first section, entitled "The Cemetery," a young man (Roddy McDowall) is hypnotized by a picture, with murderous results. Next, in "Eyes," an affluent blind woman (Joan Crawford) goes to devious lengths in order to see for one day. Lastly, in "The Escape Route," a former Nazi (Richard Kiley) is being hunted for his past crimes. In a supernatural attempt to avoid capture, he morphs into a gallery painting.

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  • Aug 20, 2008
    Learn the definition of "irony" with these stories from the Master: Rod Sterling. This show influenced all dark fantasy that came after.
    Anthony V Super Reviewer
  • Mar 09, 2008
    The last segment is okay but the first two are a couple of the best suspense dramas of 70's TV.
    jay n Super Reviewer
  • Jan 04, 2008
    A three & a half star pilot that launched a four star television series. Notable for a number of reasons, including a very young Steven Spielberg directing a "mature" Joan Crawford. Fans of Rod Serling's <i>Twilight Zone</i> series will enjoy this darker, creepier incarnation. *NOTE: If you can get it, the new "CHILLER" tv network carries <i>Night Gallery</i> as well as <i>Dark Shadows</i>, <i>Tales from the Crypt</i>, <i>The Night Stalker</i>, <i>The Alfred Hitchcock Hour</i>, and <i>Tales from the Dark Side</i>(!!!).
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