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Christmas gift ideas for your Twilight Zone-loving friend

One of the most entertaining anthology television series in history is The Twilight Zone, hosted by Rod Serling, which first aired in 1959. The fantastical stories, many written by Serling himself, took the viewer on a suspenseful ride through science fiction and horror. 141 more words


"There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity"*...

Somewhere in your life, a door opens, you enter, and you suddenly find yourself in another dimension—a place beyond that which is known to man. A dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity.

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The Twilight Zone–Episode “The Lonely”

This episode originally aired on November. 13, 1959. The writer was Rod Serling, and starred Jack Warden, John Dehner, and Jean Marsh.

Authors Note: When I watch any TV show from when I was small, or simply too young to watch, I am always on the lookout for stars that would become popular many years later. 817 more words

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The Twilight Zone 1.34 - The After Hours

Great day in the morning, was THAT ever entertaining! Sure, “The Monsters are Due on Maple Street” is the most important of the fourteen episodes that we watched, but Rod Serling’s “The After Hours” is downright fun. 202 more words

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Classic Franchise - Planet of the Apes (1968)

Director: Franklin J Schaffner

Writer: Michael Wilson, Rod Serling (Screenplay) Pierre Boulle (Novel)

Starring: Charlton Heston, Roddy McDowall, Kim Hunter, Maurice Evans, James Whitmore, James Daly, Linda Harrison… 512 more words


The dating blues

I began to gig in jazz clubs in my late teens back when I lived in Los Angeles.  I had decided to eschew college in pursuit of a career as a jazz musician – a decision that has netted me upwards of hundreds, if not thousands of dollars.  112 more words


The Twilight Zone 1.33 - Mr. Bevis

On the off chance that I’ve infuriated any hardcore Zone fans with some of my frustrated commentary, I’m happy to say that “Mr. Bevis,” the pilot for a lighthearted show that never got off the ground, was much more entertaining. 335 more words

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