The Twilight Zone

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  • ISBN-13: 9781600473968
  • Publisher: Wasteland Press
  • Publication date: 1/15/2010
  • Pages: 280
  • Product dimensions: 0.63 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 6.00 (d)

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  • Posted January 28, 2010

    The Twilight Zone Revisited and Reviewed

    A Must read for T.Z. fans worldwide. Rod Serling and the executive producers did an outstanding job of screenwriting to almost bring this show to real life. Quite frankly, as a little kid I thought these strange events would happen to me. The series also did remarkable and memorable casting of prominent actors to play their roles. William Shanter, Telly Savalas, Burgess Meredith, Billy Mumy, Roddy McDowall, Susan Oliver, Vera Miles, Elizabeth Montgomery, Agnes Moorhead, just to name a few.
    I have many 'best-liked' which I have seen over and over again.
    Anytime there is a Twilight Zone marathon on tv I tune in to watch. I
    feel the need to re-visit and re-enter the 'Zone.' One of the all-time
    classics in my viewing has to be 'Mirror Image.' A parallel world has
    slipped into our world. As a result there is a duplicate that
    resembles you. Brilliant writing and creepy on every level.
    'Time Enough at Last.' A man who loves books survives a nuclear blast.
    'The Hitch-Hiker.' I love that passing line-"Going My Way."
    Anybody for a plane ride. How about 'Nightmare at 20,000 Feet.' Lookout for monsters on the wing.
    'To Serve Man.' Want a free ride to another planet?
    And of course who can forget 'Living Doll.' Better be nice to Tina.
    I could go on and on with stories in this series that are etched into
    my memory. No doubt my ratings will be favorable to say the least. This book gives a complete and thorough review of every episode in
    this new Yahoo discussion group. What a pleasure to explore
    this element again. Be sure to check the Sign Posts ahead. Ken Ardizzone

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