Night Gallery

The Waiting Room - S2-E51

Continuity mistake: The shot of Dichter looking out the window shows him close to it and facing it straight on. The next shot Dichter is far away from the window with his head turned to his right shoulder.

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The Waiting Room - S2-E51

Continuity mistake: The spittoon by Bristol's right foot magically moves from close to his foot to further away.

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The Waiting Room - S2-E51

Continuity mistake: Dichter's right arm is either higher or lower as the camera angles change between shots.

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The Waiting Room - S2-E51

Continuity mistake: It's the 1800s, and Dicter rides up to a building that has every window, upstairs and down, blazing with what is obviously electric light. When he walks into the ground floor saloon, however, there are no bright lights. It's dark and dim inside. (00:03:00)

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A Death in the Family - S2-E5

Continuity mistake: The shots of Doran from his left rear shows him a couple feet away from the wall while frontal shots show him backed up against the wall.

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Rod Serling: For those of you who've never met me, you might call me the under-nourished Alfred Hitchcock.

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Smile, Please - S3-E8

Trivia: The scene of the spooky castle on the rocky shore was used in episodes of "Gilligan's Island" featuring Vito Scotti as mad scientist Boris Balinkoff.

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