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Ida Lupino directed this gripping tale of a dying millionaire who makes his heirs wear masks reflecting their inner natures. Foster: Robert Keith. Wilfred: Milton Selzer. Emily: Virginia Gregg. Paula: Brooke Hayward. Wilfred Jr.: Alan Sues. Doctor: Willis (more…)
On the morning of a hanging, the sun fails to rise. The cast includes Michael Constantine (“Room 222”), George “Goober” Lindsey, Ivan Dixon (“Hogan's Heroes”) and Paul Fix (“The Rifleman”). Jagger: Terry Becker. Ella: Eve McVeagh.
A man's obsession with loud noises prompts his wife's departure, which is followed by a radical change within himself. Directed by Richard Donner (“Superman,” “The Omen”). Flemington: John McGiver. Mrs. Flemington: Penny Singleton. Psychiatrist: Mi (more…)
Martin Landau plays a political refugee in a cat-and-mouse game with an assassin, whose penchant for artistry proves ill-advised. Directed by Richard Donner (“Superman,” “The Omen”). Vassiloff: John Van Dreelen. Boris: Robert Kelljan. Host: Rod Ser (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…)
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…)
Two children are offered escape from their quarreling parents by a child who appears in their swimming pool. Script by Earl Hamner Jr. (“The Waltons”). Sport: Mary Badham (Oscar nominated as Scout in “To Kill a Mockingbird”). Jeb: Tim Stafford. Whi (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.
Townsfolk grow apprehensive after a stranger (John Dehner) resurrects a dead dog and promises the same for the town cemetery. Jensen: Stanley Adams. Sheriff: Norman Leavitt. Gooberman: J. Pat O'Malley. Lapham: Percy Helton. Ace: John Mitchum.
Richard Deacon (“The Dick Van Dyke Show”) plays a factory owner determined to replace men with machines. Directed by Richard Donner (“Superman,” “The Omen”). Hanley: Paul Newlan. Technician: Jack Crowder. Bartender: Shawn Michaels. Watchman: Bu (more…)
A used-car dealer can't tell a lie after buying a jalopy from an old man who claims it's haunted. Hunnicut: Jack Carson. Grimbley: Loring Smith. Young Man: Jack Ging. Young Woman: Nan Peterson. Old Man: George Chandler. Host: Rod Serling.
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…)
Ed Nelson plays a newspaper reporter who stumbles into a small town where residents have extraordinary powers, which they insist remain hidden from the outside world. Dorn: David Opatoshu. Ellen: Natalie Trundy. Connelly: Jacques Aubuchon. Girl: Suzanne Cu (more…)
Burgess Meredith plays a meek man turned strong thanks to a Martian experiment. Bettor: Don Rickles. Bartender: James Westerfield. Callahan: Edward Ryder. Martian No. 1: Douglas Spencer. Venusian No. 1: Donald Losby. Venusian No. 2: Greg Irvin. Written by (more…)
Gary Crosby plays a singing star who looks for an authentic folk tune in the hinterland, where he runs afoul of some locals. Directed by Richard Donner (“Superman,” “The Omen”). Mary: Bonnie Beecher. Rayford: John Bolt. Storekeeper: Hank Patterson (more…)
An engineer scoffs at a curse put on him by natives opposed to his building a dam on their ancestral land. Richards John Dehner. Doris: Emily McLaughlin. Cooper: Walter Brooke. Templeton: Hugh Sanders. Hardy: Howard Wright. Sinclair: Donald Foster. Rod Ser (more…)
Confined to a hospital, a dancer (Barbara Nichols) continually imagines being led to the morgue---where there's a vacancy. Doctor: Jonathan Harris. Barney: Fredd Wayne. Morgue Nurse: Arline Sax. Day Nurse: Mary Adams. Night Nurse: Norma Connolly. Airline A (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…)
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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)