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A dancer, a major, a clown, a tramp and a bagpipe player are trapped inside a cylinder. Major: William Windom. Dancer: Susan Harrison. Clown: Murray Matheson. Tramp: Kelton Garwood. Bagpipe Player: Clark Allen. Woman: Carol Hill. Girl: Mona Houghton.
Expensive shoes taken off a corpse lead a Bowery bum (Warren Stevens) into a whole new world. Sam: Harry Swoger. Chips: Ben Wright. Wilma: Joan Marshall. Dagget: Richard Devon. Ben: Ron Hagerthy. Woman: Florence Marly. Jimmy: Joe Mell.
A mountain man and his dog return from a raccoon hunt to find folks think the man is dead. Written by “The Waltons” creator Earl Hamner Jr., the first of his eight scripts for “The Twilight Zone.” Simpson: Arthur Hunnicut. Rachel: Jeanette Nolan. G (more…)
Larry Blyden as an impudent cowboy star whose self-assurance vanishes when he encounters the real Jesse James (Arch Johnson). Director: Robert Cornthwaite. Property Man: William McLean. Cowboy No. 1: Troy Melton. Cowboy No. 2: Jay Overholts. Bartender: Rob (more…)
A nursing-home resident tries to convince others that a youthful mind means age doesn't matter. But his lifelong friend is disdainful. Whitley: Ernest Truex. Ben: Russell Collins. Cox: John Marley. Frietag: Hank Patterson. Agee: Earle Hodgins. Mrs. Summers (more…)
An alien fugitive (J. Pat O'Malley) brightens the world of a handicapped girl (Susan Gordon). Mrs. Gann: Nancy Kulp (Miss Hathaway on “The Beverly Hillbillies”). Doctor: Russ Bender. Man No. 1: Wesley Lau. Man No. 2: Paul Tripp. Howie: Stephen Talbot (more…)
A eulogy ends abruptly when the deceased (James Best) sits up in his coffin. Comfort: Sherry Jackson (earlier of “Make Room for Daddy”). Doc Bolton: Edgar Buchanan (later of “Petticoat Junction”). Peters: Dub Taylor. Gatewood: Lance Fuller. Pa Myrt (more…)
An elderly couple want to have their bodies rejuvenated, but can afford the process for only one of them. John: Joseph Schildkraut. Marie: Alma Platt. Vance: Noah Keen. Farraday: Theodore Marcuse. Young John Holt: Edson Stroll. Receptionist: Mary McMahon (more…)
In the first hour-long show, George Grizzard portrays a man whose sudden murderous impulse is followed by an apparent loss of memory and familiar surroundings. Jessica: Gail Kobe. Man: Wallace Rooney. Driver: George Petrie. Rod Serling is the host.
Anne Francis plays a mountain girl who wins back her fickle beau with the help of a witch (Jeanette Nolan), who exacts a high price for her love potion. Written by Earl Hamner Jr. (“The Waltons”). Billy-Ben: James Best. Ellwyn: Laura Devon. Ossie Stone (more…)
In his third series appearance, Jack Klugman plays one of three astronauts who find their lifeless look-alikes in a crashed spaceship on a distant planet. Mason: Ross Martin. Carter: Fredrick Beir. Ruth: Mary Webster. Jeannie: Tammy Marihugh. Kramer: Ross (more…)
Dennis Hopper stars as a neo-Nazi leader whose struggle for supporters is assisted by advice from a mysterious stranger with tips on attracting followers. Directed by Stuart Rosenberg (“Cool Hand Luke,” “The Amityville Horror”). Ganz: Ludwig Donath (more…)
Robert Duvall is a timid office clerk who finds life in the figurines of a museum's miniature 19th-century dollhouse. A lawsuit over the story idea kept the episode out of initial syndication. Myrna: Barbara Barrie. Mrs. Parkes: Pert Kelton. Buddie: Len We (more…)
A department-store shopper (Anne Francis) is told that the floor where she bought something doesn't exist. Saleswoman: Elizabeth Allen. Elevator Operator: John Conwell. Armbruster: James Millhollin. Miss Pettigrew: Nancy Rennick. Host: Rod Serling.
In his fourth and final series appearance, Burgess Meredith plays a linotypist who saves a dying newspaper by reporting on disasters---before they happen. Winter: Robert Sterling. Franklin: Ray Teal. Jackie: Patricia Crowley. Andy: Charles Thompson. Landla (more…)
A man awakens to find no one---including his wife---knows him, and all evidence of his identity has disappeared. Gurney: Richard Long. First Wilma: Shirley Ballard. Dr. Koslenko: Frank Silvera. Second Wilma: Julie Van Zandt. Policeman: Michael Keep. Cooper (more…)
A village is thrown into turmoil by an unknown traveler (Geoffrey Horne). Film director Paul Mazursky plays a policeman. Pedro: Edmund Vargas. Doctor: Nico Minardos. Manuelo: Cliff Osmond. Guitarist: Vladimir Sokoloff. Rudolpho: Vito Scotti. Sanchez: Henry (more…)
On a seemingly barren planet, two space pilots discover a Lilliputian civilization, to which one proclaims himself a god. Craig: Joe Maross. Fletcher: Claude Akins. Spaceman No. 1: Michael Ford. Spaceman No. 2: Robert Eaton. Host: Rod Serling.
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- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: A classic anthology of sci-fi, suspense and goose-bump-inducing tales that explore 'a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man.' Filled with invention and irony, the stories are tightly constructed, ingenious flights of imagination with often caut… (more)