Season 1 Episode 20 1961 , Hosted by Boris Karloff , In a lab mishap, chemist Dr. Frank Cordell is exposed to an experimental gas that causes him to turn into a homicidal maniac when he hears the sound of ringing bells.
Written by: Donald S. Sanford
Directed by: Laszlo Benedek
Starring: Robert Vaughn , Kathleen Crowly , and Marlo Thomas
Original Air Date: March 7, 1961
Season 1 Episode 23 1961 , Hosted by Boris Karloff , Fiendish Moloch and his huge creature Styx kill a chauffeur and kidnap his passengers, who are en route to a bachelor party. The two abductees (a bridegroom, who’s heir to an English country estate, and the estate overseer), are forced to slog through foggy moors to an ancient Gothic fortress. As dawn approaches, the diabolic pair push their captives to speed up, because the demonic creatures fear the coming of light.
Fans of spy flicks will recognize Richard Kiel, who portrayed the character known as Jaws in a couple of the James Bond entries. Genre fans have seen him in numerous movies and TV shows, including classics like The Wild Wild West, The Twilight Zone, and Kolchak: The Night Stalker.
Written by: Donald S. Sanford
Directed by: John Brahm
Starring: Torin Thatcher, Ronald Howard, Fintan Meyler, Henry Daniell,
and Richard Kiel
Original Air Date: February 28, 1961
Season 1 Episode 14 1961 , Hosted by Boris Karloff , A man overhears a plot for kidnapping and murder. At first, he doesn’t want to do anything about it, but eventually he gets caught in the middle of the plot.
Yes, that is the Mort Sahl—caustic comedian from whose mould were cast the likes of Lenny Bruce, Sam Kinison, and Andrew Dice Clay—appearing as the writer. TV fans might also be interested in seeing Sue Randall, better known as Miss Landers on TV’s Leave It to Beaver, and Werner Klemperer, later to be forever associated with his Emmy-winning role as Colonel Klink on Hogan’s Heroes.
Written by: Howard Rodman
Directed by: Fletcher Markle
Starring: Mort Sahl , Sue Randall , and Werner Klemperer
Original Air Date: December 20, 1960
Season 1 Episode 28 1961 , Hosted by Boris Karloff , 70 years after the Jack the Ripper killings in London, Sir Guy (John Williams) convinces the police that Jack may still be alive, eternally young, and still killing, currently in New York. The director of this episode, Ray Milland, is probably most familiar to genre fans as the star of flicks like 1963’s X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes and 1972’s campy The Thing with Two Heads, though he has appeared in starring roles and guest spots in many other movies and TV shows throughout the years. The teleplay for this episode is based on a story by Robert Bloch, well known to horror-movie aficionados as the man who penned the novel on which Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho was based.
Written by: Barre Lyndon, from a story by Robert Bloch
Directed by: Ray Milland
Starring: John Williams , Edmond Ryan , Donald Woods , and Ransom Sherman
Original Air Date: April 11, 1961
Dangerous Afternoon is a 1961 British crime film directed by Charles Saunders and starring Ruth Dunning.
Director: Charles Saunders
Producer: Guido Coen
Written by Gerald Anstruther (play), Brandon Fleming
Starring: Ruth Dunning, Nora Nicholson, Joanna Dunham, Howard Pays
Music: Norman Percival
Cinematography: Geoffrey Faithfull
Edit: Peter Bezencenet
Distribution: Bryanston Films
Release date: 1961
Running time: 62 minutes
Country: United Kingdom
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SEASON (1) EPISODE (14). April 21 1959.
SEASON (2) EPISODE (8). November 10 1959.
Season 4, Episode 2. Nelson and Crane fight a master puppeteer (Vincent Price!) in one of the most bizarre episodes of the series.
starring Lee Remick, Yves Montand, Bradford Dillman and Odetta; screenplay by Ruth Ford and James Poe, based on works by William Faulkner; directd by Tony Richardson
In 1928 Mississippi, the black maid of a white woman kills the latter’s newborn in order to give her employer a way out of a predicament and then faces the death penalty.