Night Gallery: The Devil is Not Mocked (TV)

USA 1971

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Night Gallery: The Devil is Not Mocked (TV)
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Directed by Gene R. Kearney

A Nazi general hunting for resistance fighters gets a strangely warm welcome at a Balkan castle. From the TV series Night Gallery. Original Air Date: 27 October 1971 (Season 2, Episode 12). Based on the short story of the same name by Manly Wade Wellman.

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