A futuristic university exam, presided over by professor Vincent Price.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
1 of the best t.v. shows ever. Class of 99 was 1 of the best night gallery episodes.
@gymnastix It took about three days in 1970 to make this, the exterior shots were taken at Ca Arts in Santa Clarita. I do believe it was the full episode. In those days they would run two or three shows back to back for an hour episode or lots of commercials for a 30 min segment.
Im calling for a class reunion.
@gymnastix This is the full episode, I worked on it in 1970.
I was 17 when this was filmed. I am the android wearing the blue blazer sitting next to Mr Johnson. We didnt have human emotions and had to be taught them. Failure wasnt an option.
This isn’t how people behave toward one another at all…unless you’re a leftist – to whom the entire human race is nothing but self-absorbed emotion-driven wrecks.
Does anyone know of an episode where a women buys a gift for her husband and it is a deadly snake. She gives the box to him and thinks he is dead but the snake escapes and hides. She goes in to take a bath and finds it.
What are they majoring in? Practically applied socialism for beginners?
this is some deep shit!
great! 2 people are uneducated
LMAO girl got spat on!
The “supposed” behaviors shown here, really brought it HOME ( so to speak). Given the opportunity, that’s generally how people behave towards each other ( Shudder). Now that’s a scary story.
@rvanegasp Rod Serling was an incredible satirist(Only mentioning because he wrote this episode.)
No mention of “Emergency” star?
Was this episode severely cut? Because a half-hour program, less commercials, should still run 23-25 minutes in this era, which was the late 1960s/early ’70s.
Wow, so this is what it’s going to be like in the future!
typical western fun, but pathetic. Rod Serling cringed to the shows he showed-GET IT!!(making a point to viewers but in the fine print) instigator
The guy with the sweater around his neck is Greg Marmalard!!!
Ah, I miss The Night Gallery. Used to watch with my mom, what fun!
I was watching a repeat of this episode back in the 70′s while reading a magazine. I heard a famliar voice, looked up & saw Randy Mantooth. My friend & I had crushes on him from Emergency. I called her up & told her to turn on the channel & we both gushed over the fact that this was the first show, other than Emergency, that we ever saw him on.
Vincent Price rules! I really miss him. My Mom got his autograph for me in 1972 at a cookbook signing he did in Pittsburgh.
Vincent Price was AWESOME!!!
an interesting excercise about racism, classism and xenophobia………..Discrimination in its purest way
What the hey?!