Horror History: Wednesday, November 24, 1993: “Tales From The Crypt” episode “Oil’s Well That Ends Well” premiered

Horror History: Wednesday, November 24, 1993: “Tales From The Crypt” episode “Oil’s Well That Ends Well” premiered

Season 5 Episode 11

A con artist (Lou Diamond Phillips) and his girlfriend (Priscilla Presley) plan their next caper by tricking some Southern boys into thinking there is oil underneath a cemetery. Also starring Alan Ruck and Rory Calhoun. Note: This is the only episode to have John Kassir starring in an on-screen role other than providing the voice of the Crypt Keeper.

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Horror History: Friday, November 24, 1989: “The Hitchhiker” episode “Dying Generation” premiered

Horror History: Friday, November 24, 1989: “The Hitchhiker” episode “Dying Generation” premiered

Season 5 Episode 23

After the suicide of their friend Katie, Adam Ross and Stephanie Duvall are faced with their own mortality. They learn from a friend, Brian, that he believes Katie was murdered, and that it had something to do with a fortune teller she had gone to see. Adam and Stephanie visit the same fortune teller, a woman who has let herself become so bitter she taints the life of everyone she comes in contact with.

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Horror History: Sunday, November 24, 1985: “Tales From The Darkside” episode “The Trouble with Mary Jane” premiered

Horror History: Sunday, November 24, 1985: “Tales From The Darkside” episode “The Trouble with Mary Jane” premiered

Season 2 Episode 9

A family offers $50,000 to whoever can rid young Mary Jane of the demons possessing her. Guest starring – Phyllis Diller and Lawrence Tierney, written by Edithe Swensen.

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Horror History: Wednesday, November 23, 1994: “Tales From The Crypt” episode “The Bribe” premiered

Horror History: Wednesday, November 23, 1994: “Tales From The Crypt” episode “The Bribe” premiered

Season 6 Episode 6

A fire inspector (Terry O’Quinn) gets more than he bargained for when a sleazy strip club owner (Esai Morales) bribes him with a dangerous offer. Kimberly Williams-Paisley plays his daughter and Benicio del Toro plays Bill, a security guard at the strip club.

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Horror History: Friday, November 23, 1990: “The Hitchhiker” episode “Windows” premiered

Horror History: Friday, November 23, 1990: “The Hitchhiker” episode “Windows” premiered

Season 6 Episode 10

After spending all of his time with his paintings, an artist begins to believe that his art and life are melding together.

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Horror History: Sunday, November 23, 1986: “Tales From The Darkside” episode “Baker’s Dozen” premiered

Horror History: Sunday, November 23, 1986: “Tales From The Darkside” episode “Baker’s Dozen” premiered

Season 3 Episode 9

A voodoo witch opens a bakery, sells magic cookies and partners up with an unscrupulous advertising agent. Written by George A. Romero and guest-starring Mabel King.

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Horror History: Wednesday, November 23, 1983: “The Hitchhiker” episode “Shattered Vows” premiered

Horror History: Wednesday, November 23, 1983: “The Hitchhiker” episode “Shattered Vows” premiered

Season 1 Episode 1

Jeff Boder marries a much older woman to get at her fortune, but finds himself falling for her beautiful step-daughter. He uses a mysterious statuette he received from his grandmother to get rid of his wife, only to find that he must also pay the consequences for his actions.

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Horror History: Sunday, November 22, 1987: “Tales From The Darkside” episode “Sorry, Right Number” premiered

Horror History: Sunday, November 22, 1987: “Tales From The Darkside” episode “Sorry, Right Number” premiered

Season 4 Episode 9

A woman receives a bizarre and frightening phone call and figures out its meaning too late. Written by Stephen King.

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“Night Gallery” Season 1 Available November 23

“Night Gallery” Season 1 Available November 23

Prepare for the chill of a lifetime as the master of suspense, Rod Serling (The Twilight Zone), hosts every spine-tingling episode from the complete first season of Night Gallery. Thrill to stories performed by Hollywood greats including Joan Crawford, Ossie Davis, Larry Hagman, Diane Keaton, Roddy McDowall, Burgess Meredith and Agnes Moorehead, and directed by cinematic masters like Steven Spielberg (Jaws) in this unforgettable series—available for the first time in HD, from 2K scans of the interpositives! Night Gallery: Season 1 also features top-notch direction by acclaimed filmmakers Daryl Duke (The Silent Partner), Boris Sagal (The Omega Man), Barry Shear (Across 110th Street), Jeannot Szwarc (Jaws 2), Don Taylor (The Island of Dr. Moreau) with wonderful performances by John Astin, Diane Baker, Martine Beswick, Tom Bosley, Jack Cassidy, Godfrey Cambridge, Bert Convy, Phyllis Diller, Louis Hayward, George Macready, Raymond Massey, Joanna Pettet, John Randolph, Barry Sullivan, Torin Thatcher, William Windom & many others.

STARRING: Rod Serling, Joan Crawford, Roddy McDowall

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Horror History: Friday, November 20, 1959: “The Twilight Zone” episode “Time Enough at Last” premiered

Horror History: Friday, November 20, 1959: “The Twilight Zone” episode “Time Enough at Last” premiered

Season 1 Episode 8

A bank teller, Henry Bemis, longs for time alone to read books. He gets his wish…

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