- Edited for Syndication: Five "movies" consisting of Amazing Stories episodes edited together were released to local stations in the late '80s.
- Follow the Leader: This article from Cracked charges that five major films stole their plots from Amazing Stories episodes.list
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: Universal released the first season on DVD in 2006. The second season remains unreleased. Both seasons were available on Netflix for a time, but as of 2015, that is no longer the case.
- Market-Based Title: The BBC billed this as Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories, In Case You Forgot Who Wrote It (although Spielberg actually has "story by" credit on less than half the episodes, and only one - "Vanessa In The Garden" - is solely credited to him).
- Playing Against Type: Both in front of and behind the camera with "Vanessa in the Garden," a period fantasy romance starring Harvey Keitel as a bereaved artist, the only episode to be actually written by Steven Spielberg, and directed by Clint Eastwood (his only dramatic television work as a director to date).
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