Night Gallery (1969–1973)
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I'll Never Leave You - Ever/There Aren't Any More MacBanes 

Two vignettes about the black arts: Adulterous Morah uses witchcraft to dispose of her sickly husband Owen. / Arthur Porter threatens to cut off his freeloading nephew, who turns to the occult for revenge and summons a demon.

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Stephen Hall (short story "By One, By Two and By Three"), Jack Laird (teleplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Joel Grey ... Andrew MacBane (segment "There Aren't Any More MacBanes")
Lois Nettleton ... Moira (segment "I'll Never Leave You - Ever")
Royal Dano ... Owen (segment "I'll Never Leave You - Ever")
Howard Duff ... Arthur Porter (segment "There Aren't Any More MacBanes")
Darrell Larson ... Elie Green (segment "There Aren't Any More MacBanes")
John Saxon ... Ianto (segment "I'll Never Leave You - Ever")
Barry Higgins Barry Higgins ... Mickey Standish (segment "There Aren't Any More MacBanes")
Peggy Webber ... Old Crone (segment "I'll Never Leave You - Ever")
Mark Hamill ... Francis, Messenger Boy (segment "There Aren't Any More MacBanes")
Vincent Van Lynn Vincent Van Lynn ... Manservant (segment "There Aren't Any More MacBanes") (as Vincent VanLynn)
Ellen Blake Ellen Blake ... Evil Woman (segment "There Aren't Any More MacBanes")
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rod Serling ... Himself - Host
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Two vignettes about the black arts: Adulterous Morah uses witchcraft to dispose of her sickly husband Owen. / Arthur Porter threatens to cut off his freeloading nephew, who turns to the occult for revenge and summons a demon.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 February 1972 (USA) See more »

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Universal Television See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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When Elie and Mickey find Uncle Arthur's body, it is lying face down. Without turning him over, one of them says, "Look at his throat." The throat would not have been visible. This is repeated in the later flashback. See more »

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Dark Magic
12 November 2014 | by AaronCapenBannerSee all my reviews

'I'll Never Leave You - Ever' - A young woman stuck married to a sickly older man has an affair with a younger man, and in order to be with him uses voodoo to finish off her husband, but the plan goes quite wrong indeed... Graphic tale is quite merciless and grim though also presents its story in starkly stylish terms.

'There Aren't Any More MacBanes' - Joel Grey plays a young man and black magic student who conjures up a demon to get rid of his rich uncle in order to inherit, but finds that the demon doesn't then want to leave... Another grim but effective tale with a memorably scary female monster.


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