Night Gallery

Night Gallery (1970)

58 mistakes in season 2

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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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A Question of Fear - S2-E18

Other mistake: After Malloy shoots himself his hand does not drop the gun onto the table. Instead, his hand places the gun on the table then his fingers gently shoves the gun out of his hand.

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A Question of Fear - S2-E18

Continuity mistake: Malloy places his flashlight on the floor about a foot and a half away from the door and at an angle. When he opens the door, the flashlight is now right up against the door and directly perpendicular to it.

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A Question of Fear - S2-E18

Continuity mistake: A brick being shoved into place attracts Malloy's attention. The mortar is not neat and tidy, wet, and the bricks are slightly askew. When Malloy turns to face the brick wall, the mortar is neat, dry, and the bricks neatly laid.

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Rod Serling: Good evening, and welcome to a private showing of three paintings, displayed here for the first time. Each is a collectors' item in its own way - not because of any special artistic quality, but because each captures on a canvas, and suspends in time and space, a frozen moment of a nightmare.

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Camera Obscura - S2-E36

Trivia: The closing scenes were shot through green-gold filters to give the streets a drab, hellish appearance. An appalled film lab technician tried to dye the sequence pink, and defied the director's order to "leave it green." NBC, the lab tech argued, would never accept those scenes because this was supposed to be color television. After demanding several re-dos, the director won the shouting match, the green prevailed, and NBC, apparently, never noticed.

Jean G

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