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Rod Serling's first major live drama "Patterns," aired on this date in 1955 on NBC's anthology series "Kraft Television Theatre" It was so popular the cast reunited and performed it live the following month. And in 1956, a feature film version was released. Photo of serling from the L.A. Times files

Rod Serling: "There is a fifth dimension, beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition.

Carroll O'Connor as Sparta, Mississippi police chief, Bill Gillespie.

"In the Heat of the Night," NBC's drama series based on the John Ball novel and the Oscar-winning 1967 best film, premiered on this dated in


On this day in 1966 Liberace guest starred on the ABC series "Batman" in a dual role of a good and bad pianist.

"The Scarlet Empress," the lavish Josef von Sternberg/Marlene Dietrich epic about Catherine the Great