Universal City, CA : Universal Studios Home Entertainment, 
2 videodiscs (ca. 388 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
two-dimensional moving image
Special features: Audio commentaries from television historians Scott Skelton and Jim Benson on select episodes ; select episodes from Season 2
Episode "Return of the sorcerer" based on the story by Clark Ashton Smith ; "The girl with the hungry eyes" based on the story by Fritz Leiber ; "You can come up now, Mrs. Millikan" based on the story "Return to death" by J. Wesley Rosenquist ; "She'll be company for you" based on the story by Andrea Newman ; "The ring with the red velvet ropes" based on the story "The ring with the velvet ropes" by Edward D. Hoch ; "Something in the woodwork" based on the story "Housebound" by R. Chetwynd-Hayes ; "Death on a barge" based on the story "The canal" by Everil Worrell ; "Whisper" based on the story by Martin Waddell ; "The doll of death" based on the story by Vivian Meik ; "Hatred unto death" based on the radio play "The man from yesterday" by Milton Geiger ; "Die now, pay later" based on the story "Year-end clearance" by Mary Linn Roby ; "Little girl lost" based on the story by E.C. Tubb
Title from label
Disc 1. Return of the sorcerer ; The girl with the hungry eyes ; Rare objects ; Spectre in tap-shoes ; You can come up now, Mirs. Milikan/Smile please ; The other way out ; Fright night ; Finnegan's flight
disc 2. She'll be company for you ; The ring with the red velvet ropes ; Something in the woodwork ; Death on a barge ; Whisper ; The doll of death ; Hatred unto death/How to cure the common vampire ; Die now, pay later ; Room for one less ; Witches' feast ; Little girl lost
Presents stories that leave an undeniable chill, filled with restless spirits, murderous spouses and unidentified terrors that go bump in the night.
Branch Call Number:
DVD NIGHT G Season 3
Statement of Responsibility:
Writers include Rod Serling ; directors include Jeannot Szwarc, John Badham, Leonard Nimoy ; gallery paintings, Tom Wright ; gallery sculptures, Phil Vanderlei.
Host: Rod Serling ; guest stars include Bill Bixby, Sally Field, Sandra Dee, Leonard Nimoy, Mickey Rooney, Vincent Price, Burgess Meredith, Dean Stockwell, Slim Pickens, James Farentino, John Astin, Joanna Pettet, Raymond Massey, Fay Spain, Dane Clark, Christopher Connelly, Ozzie Nelson, Harriet Nelson, Lindsay Wagner, Michael Lerner, Burl Ives, Ross Martin, Stuart Whitman, Cameron Mitchell, Barry Sullivan, Chuck Conners, Gary Lockwood, Joan Van Ark, Geraldine Page, Leif Erikson, Lesley Ann Warren, Brooke Bundy, Susan Strasberg, Alejandro Rey, Barry Atwater, Steve Forrest, Dina Merrill, Fernando Lamas, Richard Deacon, Will Geer, Agnes Moorehead, Ruth Buzzi, William Windom.
Originally broadcast on television by NBC 1972-1973
DVD, region 1, full frame (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby digital 2.0 mono
Art museums Drama
Anthology television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Fantasy television programs
Science fiction television programs
Horror television programs
Fiction television programs