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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Rod Serling; Bert Granet; Joseph M Newman; Jack Klugman; Billy Mumy; Connie Gilchrist; Richard Matheson; Don Weis; Lee Marvin; Joe Mantell; Richard Donner; William Shatner; Christine White; John Rich; Dick Erdman; Herbie Faye; Leon Belasco; William Froug; Mickey Rooney; Richard C Sarafian; Telly Savalas; Alan Crosland, Jr.; James Coburn; John Anderson; Don Siegel; Cedric Hardwicke; Constance Ford; Ted Post; Richard Basehart; Antoinette Bower; Ron Foster; Warren Oates; Randy Boone; Bernard Girard; Patrick O'Neal; Ruta Lee; Roger Kay; Ed Wynn; Carolyn Kearney; Earl Hamner; Maggie McNamara; John Brahm; Edward Andrews; Helen Westcott; Robert Lansing; Mariette Hartley; Jerry McNeely; Don Gordon; Gail Kobe; Vaughn Taylor; Tomerlin John.; Abner Biberman; Collin Wilcox Paxton; Richard Long; Lee Kinsolving; Shelley Fabares; Michael Forest; Jacques Tourneur; Gladys Cooper; Bernard C Schoenfeld; Wally Cox; Elliot Silverstein; Diana Hyland; Robert Enrico; Marcel Ichac; Paul de Roubaix; Roger Jacquet; Ann Blyth; Lee Philips; Martin M Goldsmith; Richard L Bare; Joan Blondell; William Demarest; Ida Lupino; Robert Keith; Milton Selzer; Michael Constantine; Paul Fix; John McGiver; Adele T Strassfield; Robert Butler; Jackie Cooper; Martin Landau; John Van Dreelen; Ronald Winston; Barry Nelson; Nancy Malone; Neville Brand; George Takei; John Dehner; Stanley Adams; J Pat O'Malley; Richard Deacon; Gary Crosby; Peter Mark Richman; Hazel Court; Mary Badham; Susan Lacy; Cayuga Productions.; CBS Television Network.; Image Entertainment (Firm)|
|Language Note:||Subtitled for the hearing impaired.|
|Notes:||Title from container.
Videodisc release of 36 episodes from the television program originally broadcast in 1963-1964.
Special features include: audio commentaries, isolated music scores, interviews, Twilight zone radio dramas, excerpts from a Rod Serling's Sherwood Oaks Experimental College lecture, conversations with Rod Serling (pt. 2), rare George Clayton Johnson home movies, billboards, highlights from the Museum of Television and radio seminar, Alfred Hitchcock promo, and a photo gallery.
Released in 2006 by Image Entertainment as part of the 28 DVD set The Twilight Zone: The Complete Definitive Collection.
|Credits:||Producers, Bert Granet, William Froug, Marcel Ichac, Paul de Roubaix.|
|Performer(s):||Narrated by Rod Serling.|
|Description:||5 videodiscs (ca. 18 hr.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 videodisc (86 min. : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.)|
|Details:||DVD (NTSC region 1); full screen (1.33:1) presentation; discs 1-5 are dual layer format; Dolby Digital mono.; high definition transfer.|
|Contents:||disc 1. In praise of Pip / written by Rod Serling ; directed by Joseph M. Newman ; starring Jack Klugman, Billy Mumy, Connie Gilchrist (Sept. 27, 1963) --
Steel / written by Richard Matheson ; directed by Don Weis ; starring Lee Marvin, Joe Mantell (Oct. 4, 1963) --
Nightmare at 20,000 feet / written by Richard Matheson ; directed by Richard Donner ; starring William Shatner, Christine White (Oct. 11, 1963) --
A kind of a stopwatch/ written by Rod Serling ; based on a story by Michael D. Rosenthal ; directed by John Rich ; starring Richard Erdman, Herbie Faye, Leon Belasco Oct. 18, 1963) --
The last night of a jockey / written by Rod Serling ; directed by Joseph M. Newman ; starring Mickey Rooney, Living doll / written by Chariles Beaumont ; directed by Richard C. Sarafian ; starring Telly Savalas, Mary La Roche (Nov. 1, 1963) --
The old man in the cave / teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on a shor story "The old man" by Hery Slesar ; directed by Alan Crosland, Jr. ; starring James Coburn, John Anderson (Nov. 8, 1963). disc 2. Uncle Simon / written by Rod Serling ; directed by Don Siegel ; starring Cedric Hardwicke, Constance Ford (Nov. 15, 1963) --
Probe 7, over and out / written by Rod Serling ; directed by Ted Post ; starring Richard Basehart, Antoinette Bower (Nov. 29, 1963) --
The 7th is made up of phantoms / written by Rod Serling ; directed by Alan Crosland, Jr. ; starring Ron Foster, Warren Oates, Randy Boone (Dec. 6, 1963) --
A short drink from a certain fountain / teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on a story by Lou Holz ; directed by Bernard Girard ; starring Partick O'Neal, Ruta Lee (Dec. 13, 1963) --
Ninety years without slumbering / teleplay by Richard de Roy ; story by Johnson Smith ; diected by Roger Key ; starring Ed Wynn, Carolyn Kearney ; (Dec. 20, 1963) --
Ring-a-ding girl / written by Earl Hamner, Jr. ; directed by Alan Crosland, Jr. ; starring Maggie McNamara (Dec. 27, 1963) --
You drive / written by Earl Hamner, Jr. ; directed John Brahm ; starring Edward Andrews, Hellena Westcott (Jan. 4, 1964). disc 3. The long morrow ; written by Rod Serling ; directed by Robert Florey ; starring Robert Lansing, Mariette Hartley (Jan. 10, 1964) --
The self-improvement of Salvadore Ross / teleplay by Jerry McNeely ; based on a short story by Henry Slesar ; directed by Don Siegel ; starring Don Gordon, Gail Kobe, Vaughn Taylor (Jan. 17, 1964) --
Number 12 looks just like you / written by Charles Beaumont and John Tomerlin ; directed by Abner Biberman ; starring Collin Wilcox, Richard Long (Jan. 24, 1964) --
Black leather jackets written by Earl Hamner, Jr. ; directed by Joseph M. Newman ; starring Lee Kinsolving, Shelly Fabares, Michael Forest (Jan. 31, 1964) --
Night call / written by Richard Matheson ; directed by Jacques Tourneur ; starring Gladys Cooper (Feb. 7,1964) --
From Agnes-with love / written by Bernard C. Schoenfeld ; directed by Richard Donner ; starring Wally Cox (Feb. 14, 1964) --
Spur of the moment / written by Richard Matheson ; directed by Elliot Silverstein ; starring Diana Hyland (Feb. 21, 1964). disc 4. An occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge / from a story by Ambrose Bierce ; adapted and directed by Robert Enrico ; starring Roger Jacquet, (Feb. 28, 1964) --
Queen of the Nile / written by Charles Beaumont ; directed by John Brahm ; starring Ann Blyth, Lee Philips (Mar. 6, 1964)--
What's in the box / written by Martin M. Goldsmith ; directed Richard L. Bare ; starring Joan Blondell, William Demarest (Mar. 13, 1964) --
The masks / writte Rod Serling ; directed by Ida Lupino ; starring Robert Keith, Milton Selzer (Mar. 20, 1964) --
I am the night--color me black / written by Rod Serling ; directed by Abner Biberman ; starring Michael Constantine, Paul Fix (Mar. 27, 1964) --
Sounds and silences / written by Rod Serling ; directed by Richard Donner ; starring John McGiver (Apr. 3, 1964) --
Caesar and me / written by Adele T. Strassfeild ; directed by Robert Butler ; starring Jackie Cooper (Apr. 10, 1964) --
The jeopardy room / written Rod Serling ; directed by Richard Donner ; starring Martin Landau, John van Dreelen (Apr. 17, 1964). disc 5. Stopover in a quiet town / written by Earl Hamner, Jr. ; directed by Ron Winston ; starring Barry Nelson, Nancy Malone (Apr. 24, 1964) --
The encounter / written by Martin M. Goldsmith ; directed by Rober Butler ; starring Neville Brand, George Takei (May 1, 1964) --
Mr. Garrity and the graves / written by Rod Serling ; based on a story by Mike Korologos ; directed by Ted Post ; starring John Dehner, Stanley Adams, J. Pat O'Malley (May 8, 1964) --
The brain center at Whipple's / written by Rod Serling ; directed by Richard Donner ; starring Richard Deacon, Paul Newlan (May 15, 1964) --
Come wander with me / written by Anthony Wilson ; directed by Richard Donner ; starring Gary Crosby, Bonnie Beecher (May 22, 1964) --
The fear / written by Rod Serling ; directed by Ted Post ; starring Mark Richman, Hazel Court (May 29, 1964) --
The bewitchin' pool / written by Earl Hamner, Jr. ; directed by Joseph M. Newman ; starring Mary Badham (June 19, 1964). [disc 6] Rod Serling, submitted for your approval / produced and directed by Susan Lacy ; written by Thomas Wagner and John Goff ; narrated by Lee Grant (1995).
|Other Titles:||Twilight Zone: The Complete Definitive Collection.
Twilight zone (Television program : 1959-1964).
American masters (Television program)
|Responsibility:||[created by Rod Serling ; produced by Cayuga Productions in association with the CBS Television Network].|
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