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The show is now over 53-years old having started in 1959 and running thru 1964 on CBS. At the time this program was a must see due to it’s originality and science fiction twist. 704 more words

The Twilight Zone: Season 1 - Episode 5: 'Walking Distance' (1959) - TV Episode Review

Well… So far so good… So far the original, ‘Twilight Zone’ series is proving itself to be a pretty fun series, with some mostly good episodes… As a matter of fact, I think I am beginning to see a common theme to this series (well at least to season 1 so far anyway…) 434 more words

TV Episode Reviews

TWILIGHT ZONE (1954 - 1964)

Creator: Rod Serling.

Cast: Rod Serling, Robert McCord, Jay Overholts.

Rob Sterling modern Sci-Fi focuses on folks who suddenly find themselves in extraordinary situations usually in a supernatural situation. 293 more words

U.S. Series

Vintage TV: The Twilight Zone

My kids don’t likeĀ The Twilight Zone.

During my 1970s kidhood, this show was one of my favoriteĀ gems of syndicated television. I loved to come across it, especially late at night, and enjoy its tales of science fiction and fantasy, of warped human nature, and of dystopia. 395 more words


Rod Serling from The Twilight Zone

Rodman E. “Rod” Serling was an American screenwriter, playwright, television producer, and narrator best known for his live television dramas of the 1950s and his science fiction anthology TV series, The Twilight Zone. 24 more words

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"Last Night" of a Legend: Mickey Rooney and Rod Serling

“I want to be big!” thunders Michael Grady in Rod Serling’s “The Last Night of a Jockey.”

An ironic line, as it turns out. Grady, a horse jockey who’s been blackballed for a variety of racing infractions, is a small man who, by the episode’s end, gets his wish in the most literal way. 940 more words

Twilight Zone

Broken Pay Phone

an ancient pay phone
one dime gives birth to dial tone
Rod Serling answers