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This distinguished pair of volumes also includes critical commentary and biographical information about the writers of these marvelous old tales. This volume ...
This distinguished pair of volumes also includes critical commentary and biographical information about the writers of these marvelous old tales. This volume contains:
"The Incredible World of Horace Ford" by Reginald Rose
"What's In the Box" by Martin M. Goldsmith
"The Encounter" by Martin M. Goldsmith
"Number 12 Looks Just Like You" by John Tomerlin
"Dreamflight" by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson (unproduced) "Come Wander With Me" by Anthony Wilson
Thicker in size than the first volume, this book contains six different scripts from The Twilight Zone. Two versions of one script and "Dreamflight" was an unproduced script. Each scritp contains 2 or 3 pages of commentary by the author.<BR/><BR/>Whether this is your cup of tea depends on what you want from The Twilight Zone. Enjoy reading scripts as they air on television? Then you might get a kick out of this. The commentary is delightfully engaging. Except for "Dreamflight" I am at a loss why the title is "Forgotten Gems".<BR/><BR/>One of the scripts is "Come Wander With Me" and is regarded as one of the worst episodes of the series. So I skipped reading the script altogether.<BR/><BR/>If you are looking for a trivia book (question and answers) and crossword puzzles, Bill DeVoe's "Trivia from the Twilight Zone" book is a must. if you are looking for a book that universally covers every aspect of the TV series from production dates and costs to behind-the-scenes trivia and stories, Martin Grams's "Twilight Zone: Unlocking the Door to a Television Classic" is a must-have.
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Posted November 28, 2010
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