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Twilight Zone 29
     

Twilight Zone 29

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Director: Abner Biberman, James Sheldon, John Brahm, Paul Stewart

Cast: Abner Biberman, James Sheldon, John Brahm, Paul Stewart

 
This home video release collects four episodes from the classic television fantasy series The Twilight Zone. In "A Nice Place to Visit, a recently deceased man (Larry Blyden) discovers there's a downside to having everything he wants. "A Penny for Your Thoughts" features Dick York as a bank clerk who finds a lucky coin that allows him to read

Overview

This home video release collects four episodes from the classic television fantasy series The Twilight Zone. In "A Nice Place to Visit, a recently deceased man (Larry Blyden) discovers there's a downside to having everything he wants. "A Penny for Your Thoughts" features Dick York as a bank clerk who finds a lucky coin that allows him to read minds. "Little Girl Lost" tells the disturbing tale of a young girl trapped in another dimension. And after a man is put to death in a race-related murder, a small town is cursed with constant night in "I Am the Night -- Color Me Black."

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Greg Fagan
Part of the fun of discovering old TV shows is catching familiar faces from other old TV shows in unfamiliar surroundings. Twilight Zone 29 delivers the goods with four fun blasts from the TV Land past, including Mr. French (Sebastian Cabot) from "Family Affair" in the first of the DVD's four episodes. Mr. French, er, Cabot sports an all-white coif as he grants wishes to the pleased -- if flummoxed -- Rocky Valentine (portrayed by early '70s game-show giant Larry Blyden) in "A Nice Place to Visit." The second episode delivers our favorite Bewitched Darren, Dick York, as a bank clerk who suddenly develops the ability to read minds in "A Penny for Your Thoughts." The boomer TV flashbacks continue in "I Am the Night -- Color Me Black," with the great character actor Michael Constantine (Principal Kaufman from Room 222) as a local sheriff confronting what seems to be a politically motivated eclipse. (Hey, it's the Twilight Zone, remember?) The disc's fourth episode, "Little Girl Lost," comes up short on star power but is a haunting tale of a child trapped between dimensions. She's heard, but not seen, in a characteristic Rod Serling twist. With a modern effects budget, who knows how spooky it could have been?

Product Details

Release Date:
07/11/2000
UPC:
0014381894622
Rating:
NR
Source:
Image Entertainment
Presentation:
[B&W]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital, monaural]
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

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Charles Aidman Bill
Dick York Hector B. Poole
Larry Blyden Rocky Valentine
Michael Constantine Sheriff Charlie Koch
June Dayton Miss Turner
Paul Fix Colbey
Robert Sampson Chris Miller
Sebastian Cabot Mr. Pip
Dan Tobin Mr. Bagby
John Close Policeman
Sarah Marshall Ruth Miller
Terry Becker Jagger
Cyril Delevanti Mr. Smithers
George Lindsey Deputy Pierce
Tracy Stratford Tina
Wayne Tucker Croupier
Hayden Rorke Mr. Sykes
Ivan Dixon Rev. Anderson
Rhoda Williams Tina
Sandra Warner 1st Beautiful Girl

Technical Credits
Abner Biberman Director
James Sheldon Director
John Brahm Director
Paul Stewart Director

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. A Nice Place To Visit
1. Rocky is Hot! [12:58]
2. End Credits [11:19]
0. A Penny for Your Thoughts
1. Thinking Out Loud [10:47]
2. End Credits [13:28]
0. Little Girl Lost
1. The Fourth Dimension [14:09]
2. End Credits [9:57]
0. I Am the Night - Color Me Black
1. A World of Hate [12:27]
2. End Credits [12:04]

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