The various versions of the beach painting used in this episode were done by Randy Jacobson and Jay Murray.
This episode is actually a remake of the episode of the classic supernatural anthology show One Step Beyond called 'Vanishing Point,' with several notable differneces. For example, in 'Landscape of Lost Dreams,' the woman disappears into a painting; in 'Vanishing Point,' the woman disappears into thin air in an empty house. However, much of the dialogue from 'Vanishing Point' has been left intact in 'Lanscape of Lost Dreams.'
Narrator: (closing) What can be worse than the loss of love, except perhaps the loss of belief that it can return again? For Harry and Margo Sloan, a flame that had once died has been rekindled for all time, and a landscape that was once unfinished is now complete.
Narrator: (opening) Harry and Margo Sloan are returning to the Fairview Inn, a place where their love first blossomed. It's been nine years since that cherished weekend they spent here. The hotel hasn't changed. But they have.