Having read a couple of these types of threads on the HTF over the past few months, I can't think of a better place to post such a question. My details on this are a bit sketchy. I have been trying to track this visual imagery down for over thirty-five years. And it is possible that what I saw was from a television show and not a film. But I think it was a film, which is why I chose this arena in which to pose the question. Somewhere between 1960 and 1963-ish, I watched a film at night with my parents. I believe the film was in b&w; at the very least, I had to have seen it in b&w because we didn't get a color television until after 1967. This film involved a woman who looked into a mirror a couple of times throughout its course. When she came closer to the mirror, the visual atmosphere accompanying the scene became more and more frightening. And at least once, and maybe twice, when she looked into this mirror, either her face -- or the mirror -- cracked. There may also have been flowers as part of the imagery. (I don't believe the film was The Mirror Cracked, although I cannot rule that out until I see that film again.) For many years, I believed that this had to be from The Outer Limits. That's because I distinctly recall my father covering my eyes the first time I saw this face or mirror cracking. But I have since seen all 49 episodes from that series, and nothing clicks. If what I saw was from a television show, then it is possible that what I saw was from One Step Beyond. I'm sorry I don't have any more information on this. But one thing is for certain--the film cannot have been created after 1964 (maybe 1965, although I believe that this is too late) because I remember what home I was in when I saw it, and I know what years I lived in that home. Any help tracking this down (albeit with some less-than-helpful information) would be greatly appreciated!