"Dead of Night" was a 1977 science fiction/horror anthology tele-movie consisting of three stories:
The first involves a vintage car that transports its driver back to 1926,
The second see the mistress of an old mansion terrified by vampires
The third has a mother tormented by the spirit of her dead son.
The movie is narrated by John Dehner.

From IMDB:
John Dehner was born on 23 November 1915 in Richmond, New York City, USA and passed away on 4 February 1992 in Santa Barbara, California, USA.

Dehner started out as an animator for Walt Disney Studios, then worked as a disc jockey and a professional pianist. He made his film debut in the 1940's, and has appeared in many of movies. A tall and distinguished looking man with a rich voice and somewhat flamboyant demeanor, Dehner often was cast as an outlaw leader, crooked banker or saloon owner in westerns and adventure films, although he was occasionally cast against type in comedies, and played a crusading newspaper reporter in the television series "The Roaring 20's" (1960).

The following are some clips from the show:

"Dead of Night" - clip from The Professor's Scary Clips on Vimeo.


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