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  • WAY OUT {'WAY OUT}: FALSE FACE (TV)

    (May 26, 1961)

    One in this fantasy/science fiction anthology series, hosted by Roald Dahl. In this episode, actor Michael Drake, preparing for his role as Quasimodo, finds the perfect face upon which to model his makeup: the face of a deformed derelict he finds in a flop...

  • WAY OUT {'WAY OUT}: THE OVERNIGHT CASE (TV)

    (June 16, 1961)

    One in this fantasy/science fiction anthology series, hosted by Roald Dahl. In this episode, a woman awakens from a bad dream only to find that she doesn't recognize her husband. She grows increasingly hysterical as people she thinks she knows switch ident...

  • WAY OUT {'WAY OUT}: DISSOLVE TO BLACK (TV)

    (June 02, 1961)

    One in this fantasy/science fiction anthology series, hosted by Roald Dahl. In this episode, a young actress named Bonnie Draco finds that her first television acting job is much more than she had bargained for. As the replacement for another actress, Bonn...

  • WAY OUT {'WAY OUT}: HUSH HUSH (TV)

    (June 23, 1961)

    One in this fantasy/science fiction anthology series, hosted by Roald Dahl. In this episode, Professor Ernest Lydecker and his assistant William Rogers are successful in their experiments tranquilizing small mammals with sound waves. Lydecker's wife, Berni...

  • WAY OUT {'WAY OUT}: SIDE SHOW (TV)

    (June 30, 1961)

    One in this fantasy/science fiction anthology series, hosted by Roald Dahl. In this episode, a carnival side show attracts some curious customers -- especially after the barker describes the main attraction. Cassandra is the only live human being missing a...

  • WAY OUT {'WAY OUT}: THE SISTERS (TV)

    (April 14, 1961)

    One in this fantasy/science fiction anthology series, hosted by Roald Dahl. In this episode, a young woman named Louise wishes her overbearing sister, Harriet, dead. As luck would have it, the next day Harriet falls off the cliff behind their home and dies...

  • WAY OUT {'WAY OUT}: 20/20 (TV)

    (July 14, 1961)

    One in this fantasy/science fiction anthology series, hosted by Roald Dahl. In this episode, nebbishy encyclopedia salesman Hervey accidentally shows up on the doorstep of a very quirky taxidermy parlor. When he tries to peddle his "anthropological encyclo...

  • WAY OUT {'WAY OUT}: BUTTON, BUTTON (TV)

    (April 28, 1961)

    One in this fantasy/science fiction anthology series, hosted by Roald Dahl. This episode opens with an elaborate introduction by Dahl that explains the history of the "periodical cicada," an insect that lives seventeen years underground before living seven...

  • WAY OUT {'WAY OUT}: THE DOWN CAR (TV)

    (April 07, 1961)

    One in this fantasy/science fiction anthology series, hosted by Roald Dahl. In this episode, there has been a death in the offices of Ventry and Bayle, Importers. John Ventry has apparently taken his own life, and his partner, Nicholas Bayle, flashes back ...

  • WAY OUT {'WAY OUT}: THE CROAKER (TV)

    (May 12, 1961)

    One in this fantasy/science fiction anthology series hosted by Roald Dahl. In this episode, a nosy little boy named Jeremy accepts a job gathering flies for an eccentric scientist who believes that frogs are on the highest rung of the evolutionary ladder. ...

  • WAY OUT {'WAY OUT}: DEATH WISH (TV)

    (June 09, 1961)

    One in this fantasy/science fiction anthology series, hosted by Roald Dahl. In this episode, a man decides to murder his overbearing couch potato wife and meets an undertaker who is only too glad to help. George Atterbury has had it with his wife Hazel, wh...

  • NO WAY OUT (TV)

    (June 25, 1990)

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  • WAY OUT {'WAY OUT}: I HEARD YOU CALLING ME (TV)

    (May 05, 1961)

    One in this fantasy/science fiction anthology series, hosted by Roald Dahl. In this episode, Freda Mansfield prepares to run away with her married lover, George Forbisher, but a series of disturbing telephone calls disrupt her well-laid plans. The calls ar...

  • WAY OUT {'WAY OUT}: WILLIAM AND MARY {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (March 31, 1961)

    The premiere of this fantasy/science fiction anthology series hosted by Roald Dahl. Dahl begins by admonishing children, young lovers, and "people with stomach disorders" not to watch the program. In the ensuing drama, a doctor informs meek Mary Pearl that...

  • 'WAY OUT: SOFT FOCUS (TV)

    (July 07, 1961)

    One in this fantasy/science fiction anthology series, hosted by Roald Dahl. In this episode, everyone working with portrait photographer Ronald Pell begins to notice strange phenomena surfacing around the office and darkroom. When dethroned box-office quee...

  • WAY OUT: THE OVERNIGHT CASE (TV)

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  • ST. ELSEWHERE: WEIGH IN, WAY OUT (TV)

    (December 02, 1987)

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  • RAMPTON, EP. 2: EASTDALE A WAY OUT (TV)

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  • ST. ELSEWHERE: WEIGH IN, WAY OUT (TV)

    (December 02, 1987)

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