Running Time: [excluding opening title sequence] 28 minutes 05 seconds.
Music: Composed by Alan Silvestri.
Crypt Keeper Wardrobe: In the opening and closing wraparound segments the Crypt Keeper is dressed as a mortician.
Goof: When Carl turns the dead ladies head towards him her eyes are still looking up at the ceiling when they should be looking at him.
Goof: When Carl is rubbing the breast of the female corpse, the mic is visible.
Goof: Carl blinks several times when he is supposed to be 'dead'.
Goof: There's a boom mic visible in several shots when the two brothers are standing over the naked female body.
Carl: [In inner monologue as a pair of morticians prepare to do the final autopsy] Martin was wrong about one thing, the sense of touch isn't the first thing to go... it's the last! [Lets out an inner blood curdling scream as the saw comes across his forehead]
Carl: [To a nude female corpse] Honey, I'd turn necro for you in a second.
Mitch: [In Jamaican accent] One thing about my ganja, I tell you, it won't go kill you. [laughs]
Mitch: [In Jamaican accent] What are you doing down there, Johnny Doe, sir? You don't like the accommodations? You want to change to another hotel at this time? Too late, man. Club Dread for you.
[Opening wraparound segment with the Crypt Keeper dressed as a doctor]
The Crypt Keeper: Ah, a corpse by any other name would smell as sweet. Unless, of course, it isn't dead yet! [laughs] Tonight's tawdry tale is about a man whose bravely concerned about matters of life and death. Why he'd care about that remains to be seen. [laughs] I call this putrid piece "Abra Cadaver".
[Closing wraparound segment.]
The Crypt Keeper: And Carl thought he was the family's practical joker. Wanna play doctor? Then open wide and say 'AHHHHHHH!'
EC Comic Connection: Adapted from the story, "Dead Right!" from Tales From The Crypt #37, Aug-Sept.1953. Art by Jack Davis.
This story was renamed from it's original comic title "Dead Right!" because episode seven was also titled "Dead Right".
There were quite a few EC comic stories that shared the same title but different premise.
The Burns And Allen Show
Popular sitcom which aired on CBS from 1950-1958 and starred real life husband and wife, George Burns and Gracie Allen. At the end of every episode, Burns would tell his wife to "Say Goodnight, Gracie." Her response was "Goodnight".
In this episode, Martin says "Say Goodnight, Gracie" before injecting Carl with the serum.