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Twilight Zone 11
     

Twilight Zone 11

 
This disc contains four episodes of the beloved science fiction anthology series The Twilight Zone: "The Dummy, "The Fever, "Living Doll, and "The After Hours." Each is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Mono. There are neither subtitles nor closed captions on

Overview

This disc contains four episodes of the beloved science fiction anthology series The Twilight Zone: "The Dummy, "The Fever, "Living Doll, and "The After Hours." Each is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Mono. There are neither subtitles nor closed captions on this release. Supplemental materials include trivia, reviews, information on cast members, and an inside look at the history of the show written by the author of The Twilight Zone Companion.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Tony Nigro
Though cancelled in 1964, The Twilight Zone remains television's most treasured anthology program. The brainchild of writer/narrator Rod Serling -- no doubt inspired by the pulp comics, novels, and sci-fi films of his youth -- the series introduced its own special brand of weirdness to viewers on October 2, 1959. Five years followed, and The Twilight Zone went through the show business wringer as network executives tried to squeeze more profits from the already successful show. Experiments ranged from cutting costs with six episodes shot on videotape to dropping "The" from the series' title -- but no matter what, rave reviews continued, and every week loyal fans tuned in to enter the infamous dimension of sight, sound, and mind. Episodes included here are:
  • "The Dummy" (Ep. 98, May 4, 1962): A ventriloquist (Cliff Robertson) is convinced that his dummy, Willie, is alive and evil. He makes plans for a new act with a new dummy. Plans that Willie does not support!
  • "The Fever" (Ep. 17, January 29, 1960): Tight-fisted Franklin Gibbs is not pleased when his wife wins a trip for two to Las Vegas. But things change when he falls under the spell of a slot machine that calls his name.
  • "Living Doll" (Ep. 126, November 1, 1963): Erich (Telly Savalas) is displeased when his wife buys an expensive doll for his step-daughter. He becomes even more displeased when the doll tells him it doesn't like him!
  • "The After Hours" (Ep. 34, June 10, 1960): A woman (Anne Francis) discovers that the floor of a department store, on which she bought a gold thimble, doesn't exist -- and that her "saleslady" is really a mannequin!
  • Product Details

    Release Date:
    04/03/2001
    UPC:
    0014381899122
    Rating:
    NR
    Source:
    Image Entertainment
    Region Code:
    1
    Presentation:
    [B&W]
    Time:
    1:40:00

    Special Features

    Special "Inside The Twilight Zone" section, written by Marc Scott Zicree, author of the bestseller "The Twilight Zone Companion," includes biographical information on Rod Serling, history of "The Twilight Zone," reviews of each episode, cast information, and a season-by-season commentary; Digitally remastered episodes; Animated menus; Twilight Zone trivia

    Cast & Crew

    Performance Credits
    Anne Francis Marsha White
    Cliff Robertson Jerry Etherton
    Everett Sloane Franklin Gibbs
    Telly Savalas Erich Streator
    Elizabeth Allen Saleswoman
    Frank Sutton Frank
    Mary Laroche Annabelle
    Vivi Janiss Flora Gibbs
    Art Lewis Drunk
    George Murdock Willy
    James Millhollin Armbruster
    Tracy Stratford Christie
    John Conwell Elevator Operator
    John Harmon Georgie
    June Foray Talky Tina
    William Kendis PR Man
    Lee Sands Floor Manager
    Nancy Rennick Miss Pettigrew
    Sandra Warner Noreen

    Technical Credits
    Abner Biberman Director
    Douglas Heyes Director
    Richard Sarafian Director
    Robert Florey Director

    Scene Index

    Side #1 --
    0. Episodes
    1. Living Doll [:09]
    2. The Dummy [9:31]
    3. The Fever [9:46]
    4. The After Hours [5:41]

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