Night Gallery (1969–1973)
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The Different Ones/Tell David.../Logoda's Heads 

Paul Koch agrees to a unique solution that might help his hideously ugly son find acceptance. / A woman asks a couple for directions only to realize they represent her future. / A witch doctor is suspected of murdering an explorer.


Robert Bloch (teleplay), August Derleth (short story) | 3 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dana Andrews ... Paul Koch (segment "The Different Ones")
Sandra Dee ... Ann Bolt (segment "Tell David...")
Patrick Macnee ... Major Crosby (segment "Logoda's Heads")
Monica Lewis ... Official (segment "The Different Ones")
Jared Martin ... Tony Bolt / David Blessington (segment "Tell David...")
Brock Peters ... Logoda (segment "Logoda's Heads")
Jon Korkes ... Victor Koch (segment "The Different Ones")
Denise Nicholas ... Kyro (segment "Logoda's Heads")
Jenny Sullivan ... Pat Blessington (segment "Tell David...")
Tim Matheson ... Henley (segment "Logoda's Heads")
Dennis Rucker Dennis Rucker ... Boreon Man (segment "The Different Ones")
Jan Shutan ... Jane Blessington (segment "Tell David...")
Albert Popwell ... Sergeant Imo (segment "Logoda's Heads")
Françoise Ruggieri ... Yvonne (segment "Tell David...") (as Francoise Ruggieri)
Peggy Webber ... First Phone Operator (segment "The Different Ones")


A man considers sending his deformed son to another planet where he will hopefully entertainers with similar appearances. After an encounter with a strange clue, a woman thinks she has just seen a glimpse of the future. British authorities in Africa suspect a missing archaeologist was killed by a very powerful witch doctor.

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Did You Know?


The government building briefly shown on "The Different Ones" is actually the Brazilian Congress Building, in Brasilia. See more »


In "Tell David", when Ann (Sandra Dee) dials a phone number on a futuristic touch-tone telephone, she dials the same first three digits (the fake-number "555"). But three different tones can be heard. See more »

Alternate Versions

The syndication version took this The Different Ones segment and worked it into a whole half hour segment. This was done by using stock footage from Fahrenheit 411 and Silent Running. Silent Running was released after the network airing of the segment. See more »


Edited from This Island Earth (1955) See more »

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Footage From Oskar Werner film
3 May 2013 | by PiafreduxSee all my reviews

The monorail, red Jaguar police loudspeaker car, and the quartet of flying policemen footage was ripped off from the (quite good) Oskar Werner & Julie Christie film 'Fahrenheit 451.'

I never cared for the 'Night Gallery' series, as I consider it to have been poorly written and crudely filmed in comparison to Serling's far superior 'The Twilight Zone' series.

'Night Gallery' also included a lot of occult/horror episodes, a genre rarely seen in 'The Twilight Zone' program, and occult/horror has never appealed to me.

Have fun, Folks!

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29 December 1971 (USA) See more »

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Color (Technicolor)

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1.33 : 1
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