Alcoa Presents One Step Beyond

The Bride Possessed

Season/ Episode: 1/ 1
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

Matt feels his wife Sally is no longer who she was when they married – though they just on their honeymoon. While Sally doesn’t remember him, she knows eerily details about a woman long dead.

Night of April 14th

Season/ Episode: 1/ 2
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

A wave of fear engulfs Grace after she suffers a terrible nightmare about drowning. Reassured by her husband, she anyway boards the ocean liner he booked for them in April 1912: the MSS Titanic.

Emergency Only

Season/ Episode: 1/ 3
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Collier Young

Arthur’s road of life is sketched out in every detail: in his palm a fortuneteller reads at a party. First Arthur laughs but as the predicted events come to pass he fears so will the final one: a knife attack.

The Dark Room

Season/ Episode: 1/ 4
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Francis M. Cockrell

On a professional assignment, ambitious photographer Rita looks in France for new faces. That of the mysterious stranger she encounters is far older than visible – and might be contemplating crime.

Twelve Hours to Live

Season/ Episode: 1/ 5
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

After a heated argument between them, Carol’s husband Will rushes off in the rainy night for a drive. From then on a dark premonition tells Carol she might lose him forever if she doesn’t act.

Epilogue

Season/ Episode: 1/ 6
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Don Mankiewicz

A hallucination. With this diagnosis Dr. Sander writes off the account of recovering alcoholic Charles. He claims his wife called him to save their son’s life – from as far away as the hereafter.

The Dream

Season/ Episode: 1/ 7
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, John Dunkel

WWII brings elderly Blakely and a fearful private together in a fight that might be their last. Thanks to a warning dream, it isn’t for Blakely who in return has to face what could be an even greater loss.

Premonition

Season/ Episode: 1/ 8
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Paul David

Lisa feels crushed in the mansion she moved in with her father, quite literally. A recurring dream has the chandelier battering her to death. She feels it’s a horrible warning but deciphers it too late.

The Dead Part of the House

Season/ Episode: 1/ 9
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

No sooner has Mr. Burton settled in the house of his sister, his daughter Ann has made new friends. Rose, Mary and Jennifer live in other rooms Ann’s aunt keeps shut: because they hide a dark secret.

The Vision

Season/ Episode: 1/ 10
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

Cowardice in face of the enemy: that’s the sentence for four WWI soldiers who put down their guns in the middle of the fight. However their stories of a pacifying vision are confirmed: by the enemy.

The Devil’s Laughter

Season/ Episode: 1/ 11
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Alfred Brenner

Condemned to be hanged, murderer John still keeps up his spirits. He saw his end in a vision and knows it’s not on the gallows. What he doesn’t bank on is that it might come with gallows humor.

The Return of Mitchell Campion

Season/ Episode: 1/ 12
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

After narrowly surviving an accident, Mitchell looks for recreation on a spanish island. Though he has never been there, everyone remembers him – overall the lovely Francesca he falls in love with.

The Navigator

Season/ Episode: 1/ 13
Director: John Newland
Writer: Don Mankiewicz

On a 19th century ship near Greenland, the captain discovers the course altered: by a mysterious blind passenger who is stirring them to his own ship in distress – which he could never have left.

The Secret

Season/ Episode: 1/ 14
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

In her basement Sylvia finds an old ouija-board she uses to make contact to a man more caring than her selfish husband. He sees his chance to have her committed, not t his rather palpable opponent.

The Aerialist

Season/ Episode: 1/ 15
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Francis M. Cockrell

Trapeze artist Gino is son to aerialist Mario. After a dispute between them an accident, occurs, leaving Mario paralyzed and Gino ridden by guilt that might bring him down – in a fatal way.

The Burning Girl

Season/ Episode: 1/ 16
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

Young Alice is made to feel she isn’t welcome in the home of her cold-hearted aunt. As she accuses Alice of of playing with fire no one believes Alice’s word and smoldering conflicts soon spark fire.

The Haunted U-Boat

Season/ Episode: 1/ 17
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

At the end of WWII, a German submarine is trying to evade the Allies by submerging. Each time they do so, however, the crew is haunted by an unexplainable knocking that finally seals their fate.

Image of Death

Season/ Episode: 1/ 18
Director: John Newland
Writer: Lawrence B. Marcus

A marquis and his lover are haunted by a blood stain on his face which he can’t wash off; just as the blood on his hands that poisoned his wife. Is it madness or she seeking revenge from the hereafter?

The Captain’s Guests

Season/ Episode: 1/ 19
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Charles Beaumont

Sinister the portrait of Captain Clawson peers in the holiday home of stressed-out Andrew and his wife. She soon finds her husband overtaken by the spirit of Clawson who once murdered his wife.

Echo

Season/ Episode: 1/ 20
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

In the jury’s eyes, Paul is innocent of murdering his wife, but not in those of her brother. He comes looking for Paul in the seaside hotel where an eerie mirror gave Paul a terrifying peek in the future.

Front Runner

Season/ Episode: 1/ 21
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Don Mankiewicz

Jockey Ronnie is thrown off course practically and emotionally by his old rival Sam whom he once cheated in a race. Was it Ronnie’s imagination running wild or a harbinger of death on a pale horse?

The Riddle

Season/ Episode: 1/ 22
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

The indian trip of Leonard and Elizabeth becomes driven by providential guidance after Leonard encounters a strange beggar. Gratuitously he reacts as if they’d met before. Perhaps in another life?

Delusion

Season/ Episode: 2/ 1
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

Each time Harold donates blood he has an unwelcome vision of the receivers future. Still, he uses his rare blood type to save the life of a young girl, foreseeing she is in mortal danger. But by whom?

Ordeal on Locust Street

Season/ Episode: 2/ 2
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

Desperate about the physical defect of her young son Jason, Mrs. Parish turns for help to denounced quack Dr. Brown. He promises to cure the deformed by hypnosis – which not only involves Jason.

Brainwave

Season/ Episode: 2/ 3
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Charles Beaumont

On a navy vessel in WWII, pharmacist’s mate Harris is called to perform an operation that could save his captain’s life. He is guided by a surgeon, who is speaking via radio – or from the hereafter?

Doomsday

Season/ Episode: 2/ 4
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

In the dark ages, a curse is put on the Earls of Culdance that the first born son shall die before the father. Centuries later, the fear of death drives young William Culdance to hasten that of his father.

Night of the Kill

Season/ Episode: 2/ 5
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

For days little Davey is missing in the woods. After being found, he tells he was cared for by a begin giant creature. At first no one believes him but then the local people declare open season on it.

The Inheritance

Season/ Episode: 2/ 6
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

This time it’s host John Newland himself hearing the episode’s story from a countess‘ lover: the collier he stole from her dead bed turned out to be a literally deadly gem to have around one’s neck.

The Open Window

Season/ Episode: 2/ 7
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

By chance artist Tony sees a woman in the opposite apartment attempting suicide. When he rushes to save her, he finds the room empty. Was it a specter from the past or warning from the near future?

Message from Clara

Season/ Episode: 2/ 8
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

A ghostly message comes with a gift English teacher Lois Morrison accepts from a smitten student. It seems to come as a warning to Lois from his dead girlfriend – and it’s reason isn’t jealousy.

Forked Lightning

Season/ Episode: 2/ 9
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Merwin Gerard

Convinced by a nightmare he will die tonight, Alex decides to provide for his daughter by robbing a bank. There works a man warned by a similar dream of death – which still hits them by surprise.

Reunion

Season/ Episode: 2/ 10
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

Upon the news of the impending war, four German students arrange to meet again just after the war ended. The Place, date and hour are still the same but they changed more than they first want to see.

Dead Ringer

Season/ Episode: 2/ 11
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

Lately Esther is plagued by fever and frightening visions of burning buildings. Each fit follow the news of a fire. Like those laid years ago by her arsonist twin sister who might soon be back to town.

The Stone Cutter

Season/ Episode: 2/ 12
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Gail Ingram

Elderly Mr. Lockhart has an appointment with death. It will come for him the day a stone mason once engraved on his tombstone. His doctor thinks it’s all mania but that could turn out no less fatal.

Father Image

Season/ Episode: 2/ 13
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

Rational lawyer Dan inherits an old theater from his late father who apparently had a personal tie to the place. There Dan becomes witness to a play from the past; and its final act still has to be written.

Make Me Not a Witch

Season/ Episode: 2/ 14
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Gail Ingram

Emily’s parent’s are shocked to learn from their little daughter she can read: their and other people’s minds. While they condemn the psychic gift, a local priest believes the curse might be a blessing.

The Hand

Season/ Episode: 2/ 15
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

Jazz pianist Tom stabs his former girlfriend in a fit of jealous rage. After covering up the crime, he realizes he literally can’t wash his hands from his guilt. Soon also his state of mind is a bloody mess.

The Justice Tree

Season/ Episode: 2/ 16
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

Condemned murderer Calvin escapes on the way to his execution. He goes to hide in a nearby town, empty apart from a widow and her son as well as an old tree that shows him a miraculous reminder.

Earthquake

Season/ Episode: 2/ 17
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

The guests of a San Francisco hotel are all ears: for Enrico Caruso’s arias, not for those of bellboy Gerard. He had a vision no one listens to until all start shaking due to the great earthquake of 1906.

The Forests of the Night

Season/ Episode: 2/ 18
Director: John Newland
Writer: Catherine Turney

When rain spoils their day on a hunting trip, three friends pass time with a curious Chinese game. It promises to turn a man into his animal opposite, leaving the most timid one with a killer instinct.

Call from Tomorrow

Season/ Episode: 2/ 19
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

Wherever she goes, an actress recovering from a nervous break down hears her little daughter’s voice. A condition most disconcerting to her husband since their child recently died in an accident.

Who Are You?

Season/ Episode: 2/ 20
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard,

After narrowly surviving a pitch of scarlet fever, young Laurie is no longer who she was. Rejecting her own parents, she believes herself to be to the child of the Masons – who just lost their daughter.

The Day the World Wept – The Lincoln Story

Season/ Episode: 2/ 21
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

According to legend, in 1865 Abraham Lincoln experienced a dream in which he saw himself lying in a coffin. Despite his wife’s warnings he ignored it, going to Ford’s Theater and meeting his fate.

The Lovers

Season/ Episode: 2/ 22
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lrussel Beggs

In Vienna, senior postman Otto falls in love with a younger waitress. Their acquaintances are solid against the relationship but what more troubling are the ghostly oppositions the couple encounters.

Vanishing Point

Season/ Episode: 2/ 23
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, J. G. Ezra

As Fred Graham’s estranged wife disappears without a trace, everyone suspects foul play. However, the solution to the mystery lies in an old house several persons entered before to never leave again.

The Mask

Season/ Episode: 2/ 24
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Russel Beggs

During WWII, Lieutenant Wilenski makes a forced landing in the desert. When finally reaching an emergency camp, he unexplainably possesses strange knowledge of ancient Egyptian burial place.

The Haunting

Season/ Episode: 2/ 25
Director: John Newland
Writer: Lawrence B. Marcus, Gabrielle Upton

It’s not merely the uncanny cold in the house that runs shivers down the spine of Colin and his bride. Is the frostwork on the window a salute from her former lover who died – aided by Colin?

The Explorer

Season/ Episode: 2/ 26
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Don Mankiewicz

In 1911, geography professor Felix Borgner is told by the survivor of a desert expedition how they were saved by his son. The latter died of dehydration – but on a fever while being at home just then.

The Clown

Season/ Episode: 2/ 27
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

Tom is insanely jealous on his child-like wife. As she is charmed by a mute clown from a traveling carnival, Tom murders her. The clown is not amused and makes the laughter stick in Tom’s throat.

I Saw You Tomorrow

Season/ Episode: 2/ 28
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

When turning up early to a socializing at an english country estate, Donald witnesses the murder of a woman. The same one he later meets among the guests one of which is destined to be her killer.

Encounter

Season/ Episode: 2/ 29
Director: John Newland
Writer: DeWitt Copp

A pilot and his plane are wiped off the sky, his last radiogram telling of a strange shape. After he is found alive he can’t remember a thing. Not even that which might have been from another world.

The Peter Hurkos Story: Part 1 + 2

Season/ Episode: 2/ 31 + 32
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Gerome Gruskin

A danish resistance fighter fleeing from the nazis suffers a great fall. Upon recovering he discovers he suddenly can tell people’s intentions by touch. The weird gift gets him on to the track of a killer.

Delia

Season/ Episode: 2/ 32
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

It seems a dream come true as lonely Philip meets Delia on vacation on a tropical island. The more painful is the awakening: she is suddenly gone and might have never bee there from the beginning.

The Visitor

Season/ Episode: 2/ 33
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

Joan Fontaine plays Ellen who after years of alcoholism and nervous break down decides to divorce her husband. Before going through with it she is visited by a man she once loved: the younger him.

Gypsy

Season/ Episode: 2/ 34
Director: John Newland
Writer: Gabrielle Upton, Lawrence B. Marcus

Juvenile delinquent Tom joins a prison break lead on by other inmates. One of them nicknamed Gypsy gets shot and warns Tom to stay behind. Advice from a veteran criminal or a higher place?

Contact

Season/ Episode: 2/ 35
Director: John Newland
Writer: Paul David, Lawrence B. Marcus

Since his wife gave him a mysterious watch for a gift, Bill feels pressured by a ghostly voice to commit a murder. Time is running out for him while he gets trapped in a mechanism of paranoia.

The Lonely Room

Season/ Episode: 2/ 36
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

Lonesome Henri sees himself walking down the street with a lovely girl. Not only in his fantasy but when he looks outside the window of a certain room. Trying to catch the specter comes with a risk.

House of the Dead

Season/ Episode: 2/ 37
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Don Mankiewicz

Lieutenant Fraser and Chinese Mai Ling are in love but she fears they won’t overcome the cultural divide. When Fraser gets separated from her, it takes a special guide to reunite them: from hereafter.

Goodbye Grandpa

Season/ Episode: 2/ 38
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

Nan and her brother life in poverty but are comforted by the stories and care of their grandfather. After his death they are inconsolable. So much he returns from the other side for a last farewell.

The Storm

Season/ Episode: 2/ 39
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Jerome Gruskin

Although everybody around former art student Adelle confirms the authenticity of a recent picture painted by her former fellow student Pedro, she knows it can’t be. Years ago Pedro died – or did he?

Tidalwave

Season/ Episode: 3/ 1
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Charles Larson

Wheelchair-bound Margaret and hard-of-hearing Tom are brought together by stormy waters. If not for a strange coincidence they’d both be killed by the disastrous tsunami hitting Honolulu in 1960.

Anniversary of a Murder

Season/ Episode: 3/ 2
Director: John Newland
Writer: Collier Young, Fred Remington

A hidden affair isn’t the only secret of married Gerald and Fran. Driving from a rendezvous late, they caused a hit-and-run accident that still haunts them: as the victim’s voice speaking from tape.

The Death Waltz

Season/ Episode: 3/ 3
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

At a cavalry fort, a Commander’s daughter callously plays with the love of her two rival admirers. As one is rides on a mission she promises him a waltz which for both becomes a danse macabre.

The Return

Season/ Episode: 3/ 4
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

In the Korean war young corporal Fred Cossage is seriously wounded and separated from his unit. Although blinded, he seeks a way back to his comrades and finds a guidance of supernatural kind.

If You See Sally

Season/ Episode: 3/ 5
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

Blamed by her father for her brother’s death, young Sally moved away. Finally he relents and ask her to return. Due to a fatal accident, she never makes it but keeps on trying. Even after death.

Moment of Hate

Season/ Episode: 3/ 6
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Charles Larson

Karen approaches psychologist Dr. Llewllyn with a confession of murder. One she claims to have committed with her mental powers. The doctor doesn’t believe her. Then the bodies start piling up.

To Know the End

Season/ Episode: 3/ 7
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

In a stormy night, a wounded stranger is brought to Emily’s house. He professes his love to her and dies. All of it is only a nightmare – and about to become reality as she meets the man of her dreams.

The Trap

Season/ Episode: 3/ 8
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

For no apparent reason Dominic suffers dehydration and convulsions, calling the name of a strange woman. She turns out to be the wife of the twin brother he never kew and who is trapped in a mine.

The Voice

Season/ Episode: 3/ 9
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

In a backwards small town are accused of attempted murder. Reporter Jared discovers the motive to be evil blandishments. He, too, starts to hear them, evoked by a little girl with a devlish connection.

The Promise

Season/ Episode: 3/ 10
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

William Shatner plays a former German POW, now working for a London bomb disposal squad. Before a risky job he promises his wife to return to see their first born. He does – from the afterlife.

Tonight at 12:17

Season/ Episode: 3/ 11
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

Pregnant Laura hallucinates repeatedly a plane will crash on her home. To calm her, her husband researches the flight number and finds uncanny hints of a very real danger hovering over them.

Where Are They?

Season/ Episode: 3/ 12
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Gabrielle Upton

It’s raining stones for the rural town city reporter Towers is called to. His incredulity is shaken when responsibility is claimed by a person who once revealed a physical innovation but then disappeared.

Legacy of Love

Season/ Episode: 3/ 13
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Lawrence B. Marcus

“Seaside” it says on the train ticket Marianne holds in her hand, not remembering she ever bought it. A strange force draws her to the coastal resort where she meets a stranger who shares her fate.

Rendezvous

Season/ Episode: 3/ 14
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

Two years have passed since Kate’s husband went missing but she clings to her believes in his return. Therefor she rejects the proposal of a suitor who turns out to be as persistent as her hopes.

The Executioner

Season/ Episode: 3/ 15
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Bob Duncan, Wanda Duncan

During the civil war confederate spy Jess and his dog Tom are captured by brutal Colonel Martin. After shooting Tom, Martin wants to proceed with Jess but finds he is dogged by a vengeful spirit.

The Last Round

Season/ Episode: 3/ 16
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Don Mankiewicz

Charles Bronson’s down-at-heel boxer rather throws the towel than getting in the ring with a ghost opponent. Is the latter just a tactical rumor spread by an adverse manager or a deadly knockout?

Dead Man’s Tale

Season/ Episode: 3/ 17
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

With their last dollars newspaper hack Phil and his wife check into a dingy hotel. There they find an old manuscript about gold-seeking that inspires Phil to a story that might be literally ghost-written.

The Sacred Mushroom

Season/ Episode: 3/ 18
Director: John Newland
Writer: Collier Young, Lawrence B. Marcus

For the cult episode host John Newland himself dares to go one step beyond as he crosses the line of sensory perception. Immanent to the self-attempt are the psychedelic fungi of the title. Far out!

The Gift

Season/ Episode: 3/ 19
Director: John Newland
Writer: Charles Larson

Though she hoaxes her customers into believing different, fortune teller Madame Lola can’t see the future. That is, until the day when she actually is gets a glimpse of her son’s fatally dark prospects.

Person Unknown

Season/ Episode: 3/ 20
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, James Crenshaw

Wanted revolutionary Dr. Atl takes refuge in an ancient Mexican monastery. Its halls are said to be haunted by an Aztec warrior who this very night demands a victim. Will he take Atl’s life or save it?

Night of Decision

Season/ Episode: 3/ 21
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard

In 1777 George Washington is musing the cost of war. His old war comrade Otumac convinces him to fight on and George wisely takes the advice: knowing it comes from the happy hunting ground.

The Stranger

Season/ Episode: 3/ 22
Director: John Newland
Writer: Martin Benson

American Hadley is helping with the rescue work in an asian city after an earthquake. As little as the chances for the buried people are, they still survive: in what turns out to be another mans grave.

Justice

Season/ Episode: 3/ 23
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Martin Benson

Police constable Jones and respectable citizen Mr. Roberts both agree on the murder of the latter’s mistress: Roberts killed her. But how could he if he was seen sleeping in a church at the same time?

The Face

Season/ Episode: 3/ 24
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Derry Quinn

Night after night Stephen has death in his sight; in his dreams haunted since his childhood by a threatening visage. Now, that the owner also reveals a knife to Stephen he has to face his fears.

The Room Upstairs

Season/ Episode: 3/ 35
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Martin Benson

Because of several cases of insanity in her family Esther decides not to have children. As she move in a new house, her motherly feelings are evoked by a lost little girl – from another place and time.

Signal Received

Season/ Episode: 3/ 26
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Martin Benson

Three British marine soldiers hear a strange radio broadcast while on shore leave. Their ship was sunk with all hands. Seeing it’s still at anchor and unchanged, they go aboard the M.H.S. Hood.

The Confession

Season/ Episode: 3/ 27
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Martin Benson

Donald Pleasance is haunted by the ghosts of the past as a judge who once voluntarily sent an innocent man to his death. The witness he wouldn’t hear now speaks again – only in his mind?

The Avengers

Season/ Episode: 3/ 28
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Martin Benson

A french village under nazi occupation: Before sending the people to their deaths a German general coerces them to join the imitation of a historical feast – who’s ghostly guests follow the invitation.

The Prisoner

Season/ Episode: 3/ 29
Director: John Newland
Writer: Lawrence B. Marcus, Martin Benson,

After the war death camp survivor Ruth meets her nazi tormentor. Taking the chance for justice she kills him. According to the coroner, though, the stiff died years ago: when forsaking his humanity.

Blood Flower

Season/ Episode: 3/ 30
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard,

Visiting a South American university politics Professor Carroll smells a flower stained with a famed partisan’s blood. Soon the sober academic’s mind seems literally possessed by revolutionary spirit.

The Sorcerer

Season/ Episode: 3/ 31
Director: John Newland
Writer: Derry Quinn, Martin Benson

During WWI, Christopher Lee’s German soldier uses a man said to be psychic: first to see a vision of his lover, then to murder her out of jealousy. He can escape the law but not his own conscience.

The Villa

Season/ Episode: 3/ 32
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Martin Benson

On holiday in Italy a group of tourist plays a game of hypnosis. The fun turns dead serious as young Mary won’t awake from her trance, telling about a woman who is herself stuck in a murderous trap.

Midnight

Season/ Episode: 3/ 33
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Martin Benson

Shot a decade earlier for “Stars over Hollywood” but never broadcasted, the ghostly lore has a penniless writer fall for his nightly date Lilith; a mysterious seductress who lives up to her name.

The Tiger

Season/ Episode: 3/ 34
Director: John Newland
Writer: Ian Stuart Black, Martin Benson

Since she the arrival of mean governess Miss Cartwright, little Pamela has to put up with ever new chicaneries. Her only comfort is her toy tiger who becomes the girl’s agent in showing her claws.

Nightmare

Season/ Episode: 3/ 35
Director: John Newland
Writer: Merwin Gerard, Martin Benson

All paintings of artist Paul are portraits of the same lady. She is literally the woman of his dreams he can’t shake off. They finally lead him to the very real Lady Metcalf who is mourning her husband.

Eyewitness

Season/ Episode: 3/ 36
Director: John Newland
Writer: Lawrence B. Macus, Martin Benson

Reporter Henry dazzles his editor with a precise account of a natural disaster. The newspaper scoop is threatened to become a hoax as it is revealed Henry was never there. Only in a visionary dream.