Rod Serling as Himself - Host; Larry Watson as Kid Max (segment The Waiting Room); Jack Laird as Second Demon (segment Hell's Bells); Leslie Nielsen as Col. Dennis Malloy (segment A Question of Fear); James Sikking as State Trooper (segment Death in the Family); Alan Napier as Doctor (segment House - With Ghost); Bill Quinn as Doctor (segment Green Fingers); Ray Milland as Dr. Archibald Ravadon (segment The Hand of Borgus Weems); Bob Harks as Cadet (segment The Academy); Victor Buono as Vampire (segment A Midnight Visit); Geraldine Page as Frances Turchin (segment Stop Killing Me); Rosemary DeCamp as Ellen Chase (segment The Painted Mirror); Joanna Pettet as Claire Foster (segment: Keep in Touch - We'll Think of Something); John Barclay as William Sharsted Sr. (segment Camera Obscura); John J. Fox as Mr. Tourist (segment Hell's Bells)
Lionel Lindon; Gerald Perry Finnerman; Charles Straumer; Leonard J. South; Bud Thackery
Night Gallery was creator-host Rod Serling's follow-up to The Twilight Zone. Set in a shadowy museum of the outre, Serling weekly unveiled disturbing portraiture as preface to a highly diverse anthology of tales in the fantasy-horror vein. Bolstering Serling's thoughtful original dramas were adaptations of classic genre material--short stories by such luminaries as H. P. Lovecraft, Fritz Leiber, A.E. van Vogt, Algernon Blackwood, Conrad Aiken, Richard Matheson, August Derleth, and Christianna Brand. Variety of material brought with it a variety of tone, from the deadly serious to the tongue-in-cheek, stretching the television anthology concept to its very limits.