Rod Serling’s Night Gallery (1971)

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“The Sole Survivor”: Years after the sinking of the Titanic, one of her lifeboats is discovered by a luxury liner crossing to Europe. Miraculously, the boat is still afloat– and its only passenger is alive!

“Make Me Laugh”: Fat, ugly Jackie Slater is a third rate comic playing the desperation circuit of sleazy nightclubs. Enter Chatterje, the miracle guru. Suddenly, Jackie is a big-time TV comic…but the laughs are tinged with hysteria.

“Pamela’s Voice”: Jonathan has ever-so-neatly “disposed” of his nagging, druid-like wife, Pamela. Strange, then, that she should return from the grave in full bloom– and bitchier than ever.

PLUS “Does the Name Grimsby Do Anything to You?”– The worst space risk of all: Lunar insanity…”Clean Kills and Other Trophies”…Father and son play the most dangerous game….and the Emmy Award Nominee “They’re Tearing Down Tom Riley’s Bar”.

Additional information

Binding

Paperback

Publishing Date

1971

Publisher

Bantam Books

Pages

147

Condition

Good

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