These are the paintings that accompanied Rod Serling's introductions to the stories that comprised each episode. The paintings for seasons 1-3 were all by…
(Title Unknown) by Tom Wright. Unused painting for unproduced episode. It was most likely for either season 1 or 2, as it appears in the opening credits for those seasons. Note: considering its subject, it may have been an alternate canvas for season 2's "The Different Ones."
"Fright Night" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #35 (12/10/72) An inherited farmhouse holds unseen terrors for a young couple ( Stuart Whitman & Barbara Anderson) when the attic trunk they’re told never to move starts moving by itself. With Ellen Corby & Alan Napier.
"You Can Come Up Now, Mrs. Millikan" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #33.1 (11/12/72) Ozzie & Harriet Nelson star as a bungling inventor and his forgetful wife pool their ineptitude for an experiment in immortality. With Roger Davis. Written by Rod Serling. Directed by John Badham.
"Rare Objects" by Tom Wright Season 3 (1972-73) Episode #31 (10/22/72) This is the original unused version, painted before Raymond Massey was cast in the lead. The version used in the broadcast was altered so that the figure in the painting resembled Massey. This unused version was included in a set of lithographs of Night Gallery paintings sold through Universal Studios in 1973.
"The Return of the Sorcerer" (Unused version) by Tom Wright This painting was included under this title for a set of lithographs of selected Night Gallery paintings sold through Universal Studios in 1973. It is unclear whether this was the original painting for the episode or if it was painted for an unproduced episode and erroneously retitled.