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The Twilight Zone TV Series (1959-1964): Character Actors' Paradise!

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Having laughed uproariously over the hue and cry of the media’s perceived panic from its Meteorologists, weather people and Doomsday oracles regarding Climate Change along the nation’s East Coast. 2,698 more words

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T/4 Rod Serling US Army (1943-1946)

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Short Bio: Serling served as a U.S. Army paratrooper and demolition specialist with the 511th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 11th Airborne Division in the Pacific Theater in World War II from January 1943 to January 1945 (Discharged stateside in 1946). 32 more words

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The First Writer I Knew

The first writer I remember being aware of was Rod Serling. The only reoccurring character in the anthology series, it was clear that the show was his vision and that he was the God of the… 107 more words

TV Classics: Happy Holler-Day!

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The 9 Lives Of Buffalo Tom Peabody & Gunther Tootie

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Twilight Zone Day: Right Idea, Wrong Date

I know a lot of Twilight Zone fans (big surprise, right?), and many of them are excited about the fact that May 11 is “Twilight Zone Day.” 488 more words

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365 Days of Leadership: Twilight Zone Day

May 11 is Twilight Zone Day. The TV series created by Rod Serling was cutting edge in its time. Controversial and outside the box, the Twilight Zone brought theatre of the mind into our homes and brought with it a twisted sense of reality that radio could not produce. 405 more words

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