Season 1

1 :01x01 - Where is Everybody?

A man wanders the streets of an abandoned town only to discover he is completely alone.
Guest Stars: Earl Holliman as Mike Ferris | James Gregory as Air Force General |
Co-Guest Stars: Paul Langton as Air Force Colonel | James McCallion as Reporter #1 | John Conwell as Air Force Colonel | Jay Overholts as Reporter Two (as Jay Overholt) | Carter Mullally Jr. as Air Force Captain (as Carter Mullally) | Garry Walberg as Reporter #3 (as Gary Walberg) | James Johnson (3) as Air Force Staff Sergeant (as Jim Johnson)
Director: Robert Stevens
Writer: Rod Serling

2 :01x02 - One for the Angels

Mr. Bookman, a sidewalk salesman convinces Mr. Death to allow him the one big pitch he has always dreamed of, before he is to die.
Guest Stars: Murray Hamilton as Mr. Death | Jay Overholts as The Doctor | Ed Wynn as Lew Bookman | Dana Dillaway as Maggie | Mickey Maga as Ricky | Merritt Bohn as The Truck Driver
Director: Robert Parrish
Writer: Rod Serling

3 :01x03 - Mr. Denton on Doomsday

A drunkard, Al Denton, receives a magic potion which restores his shooting skill... and sets him on the same path of destruction when he is challenged by every up-and-coming gunslinger looking to make a reputation. To save his life, Denton turns to a mysterious peddler named Fate.
Guest Stars: Dan Duryea as Al Denton |
Co-Guest Stars: Martin Landau as Dan Hotaling | Jeanne Cooper as Liz | Malcolm Atterbury as Henry J. Fate | Ken Lynch as Charlie Dalton | Arthur Batanides as Leader | Bill Erwin as Man | Robert Burton as Doctor | Doug McClure as Pete Grant
Director: Allen Reisner
Writer: Rod Serling

4 :01x04 - The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine

A one-time starlet of the motion pictures refers to her old films to relive those days of her glorious past.
Guest Stars: Ida Lupino as Barbara Jean Trenton | Martin Balsam as Danny Weiss | Jerome Cowan as Jerry Hearndan | Ted de Corsia as Marty Sall | Alice Frost as Sally |
Uncredited: John Clarke (1) as Hearndan in film
Director: Mitchell Leisen
Writer: Rod Serling

5 :01x05 - Walking Distance

Martin Sloane returns to his hometown where he discovers nothing has changed there since he was a child.
Guest Stars: Gig Young as Martin Sloan |
Co-Guest Stars: Frank Overton as Martin's Father | Irene Tedrow as Mrs. Sloan | Michael Montgomery as Martin as a child | Ron Howard as Wilcox Boy (as Ronnie Howard) | Byron Foulger as Charlie | Sheridan Comerate as The Gas Station Attendant | Joseph Corey as The 1959 Counterman | Buzz Martin as The Teenager | Nan Peterson as The Woman in the Park | Pat O'malley as Mr. Wilson
Director: Robert Stevens
Writer: Rod Serling

6 :01x06 - Escape Clause

A hypochondriac makes a deal with the Devil for immortality, but he soon grows bored when he discovers that he no longer gets a kick out of life.
Guest Stars: David Wayne as Walter Bedeker | Thomas Gomez as Mr. Cadwallader | Virginia Christine as Ethel Bedeker |
Co-Guest Stars: Raymond Bailey as The Doctor | Wendell Holmes as Mr. Cooper | Dick Wilson (2) as Jack | Joe Flynn (1) as Steve | Nesdon Booth as The Prison Guard |
Uncredited: Allan Lurie as Guard | George Baxter as Judge Cummings | Paul E. Burns as Janitor
Director: Mitchell Leisen
Writer: Rod Serling

7 :01x07 - The Lonely

A convicted murderer sentenced to 40 years on a deserted asteroid is given the company of a robot in the form of a beautiful woman.
Guest Stars: Jean Marsh as Alicia | John Dehner as Captain Allenby | Ted Knight as Adams | Jack Warden as James A. Corry | James Turley as Carstairs
Director: Jack Smight
Writer: Rod Serling

8 :01x08 - Time Enough at Last

Henry Bemis has one passion in life, reading. An H-bomb attack leaves Henry as the last man on Earth with all the time now to fulfill his obsession, until fate intervenes.
Guest Stars: Burgess Meredith as Henry Bemis | Jacqueline DeWit (1) as Helen Bemis | Lela Bliss as Mrs. Chester | Vaughn Taylor as Mr. Carsville
Director: John Brahm
Writer: Rod Serling

9 :01x09 - Perchance to Dream

Edward Hall is terrified that if he falls asleep he will be murdered by the woman in his reoccurring nightmare.
Guest Stars: Richard Conte as Edward Hall | John Larch as Dr. Rathmann | Suzanne Lloyd as Maya/Miss Thomas | Eddie Marr as Girlie Barker | Russell Trent as Rifle Range Barker | Ted Stanhope as Man on the Street
Director: Robert Florey

10 :01x10 - Judgment Night

Carl Lanser tries to convince those aboard a wartime freighter that the ship will be sunk by a Nazi submarine at exactly 1:15a.m., but no one will believe him.
Starring Roles: Nehemiah Persoff as Carl Lanser |
Guest Stars: Deirdre Owens as Miss Stanley | Patrick Macnee as First Officer | Ben Wright as Captain Wilbur | Leslie Bradley as Major Devereaux | Kendrick Huxham as The Bartender | Hugh Sanders as Jerry Potter | Richard Peel as First Steward | Donald Journeaux as Second Steward | Barry Bernard as Mr. McCloud | James Franciscus as Lieutenant Mueller |
Uncredited: Debbie Joyce as Little Girl
Director: John Brahm
Writer: Rod Serling

11 :01x11 - And When the Sky Was Opened

Three astronauts return from man's first trip into space and begin disappearing one by one... and no one remembers that they ever existed.
Guest Stars: Rod Taylor as Col. Clegg Forbes | Jim Hutton as Major William Gart (as James Hutton) | Charles Aidman as Col. Ed Harrington |
Co-Guest Stars: Maxine Cooper as Amy | Paul Bryar as Bartender | Sue Randall as The Nurse | Joe Bassett as Medical Officer |
Uncredited: Gloria Pall as Girl at the Bar | Elizabeth Fielding as Blonde Nurse
Director: Douglas Heyes
Story: Richard Matheson | Teleplay: Rod Serling

12 :01x12 - What You Need

A down-and-out man tries to turn an old man's psychic ability of knowing exactly what each person needs the most, into a get-rich-quick scheme.
Guest Stars: Steve Cochran as Fred Renard | Ernest Truex as Pedott |
Co-Guest Stars: Read Morgan as Lefty | Arlene Martel as Girl in Bar (as Arline Sax) | William Edmonson as Bartender | Doris Karnes as Woman on the Street | Fred Kruger as Man on the Street | Norman Sturgis as Hotel Clerk |
Uncredited: Frank Allocca as Waiter | Mark Sunday as Photographer
Director: Alvin Ganzer

13 :01x13 - The Four of Us are Dying

Petty con-man Arch Hammer has the ability to change his face to look exactly like someone else's. He uses it to get money and women, but soon finds himself depending on it to survive.
Guest Stars: Harry Townes as Arch Hammer | Phillip Pine as Hammer as Virgil Sterig | Ross Martin (1) as Hammer as Johnny Foster | Don Gordon as Hammer as Andy Marshak |
Co-Guest Stars: Harry Jackson (1) as Trumpet Player | Bernard Fein as Penell | Peter Brocco as Pop Marshak | Beverly Garland as Maggie | Milton Frome as Detective |
Uncredited: Bob Hopkins as Man in Bar | Pat Comiskey as Man Two | Sam Rawlins as Ramon
Director: John Brahm

14 :01x14 - Third From the Sun

Two workers at a rocket ship factory plan for their families to flee the planet before an imminent atomic war begins.
Guest Stars: Lori March as Eve | Denise Alexander (1) as Jody | Fritz Weaver as William Sturka | Joe Maross as Jerry Riden | Edward Andrews as Carling | Jeanne Evans as Ann | Will J. White as Guard | S. John Launer as Loudspeaker Voice
Director: Richard L. Bare
Writer: Rod Serling

15 :01x15 - I Shot an Arrow into the Air

After his spaceship crashes on a deserted asteroid, an astronaut begins to kill off his companions as a means of self preservation, only to get a shock from his real location.
Guest Stars: Dewey Martin as Corey | Edward Binns as Col. Donlin | Ted Otis as Pierson | Harry Bartell as Langford | Leslie Barrett as Brandt
Writer: Rod Serling

16 :01x16 - The Hitch-Hiker

While driving cross-country, a young woman notices the same hitch-hiker on the road ahead, beckoning her toward a fatal accident.
Guest Stars: Inger Stevens as Nan Adams | Leonard Strong as Hitch-Hiker | Adam Williams as Sailor | Lew Gallo as Gas Pump Boy | Russ Bender as Counterman | George Mitchell as Gas Station Attendant | Dwight Townsend as Highway Flagman | Eleanor Audley as Mrs. Whitney
Director: Alvin Ganzer
Writer: Rod Serling

17 :01x17 - The Fever

A man fanatically opposed to gambling, battles a Las Vegas slot machine which seems to have a will of its own.
Guest Stars: Everett Sloane as Franklin Gibbs | Vivi Janiss as Flora Gibbs | Art Lewis as Drunk | Lee Millar (1) as Photographer | William Kendis as Mr. Henson | Lee Sands as Floor Manager | Marc Towers as Cashier | Arthur Peterson as Sheriff | Carole Kent as Jackpot Winner | Jeffrey Sayre as Croupier
Director: Robert Florey
Writer: Rod Serling

18 :01x18 - The Last Flight

A British pilot leaves a WWI dogfight, flies into a mysterious white cloud, and lands his 1917 biplane at a U.S. air base in France... in the year 1959.
Guest Stars: Kenneth Haigh as Flight Lt. Decker | Alexander Scourby as General Harper | Simon Scott as Major Wilson |
Co-Guest Stars: Robert Warwick as Air Vice Marshal Alexander Mackaye | Harry Raybould as Corporal | Jerry Catron as Guard |
Uncredited: Jack Perkins as Mechanic | Paul Baxley as Jeep Driver

19 :01x19 - The Purple Testament

A soldier discovers he has the unwanted power to spot imminent death in the faces of men about to do battle.
Guest Stars: Dick York as Captain Riker | William Phipps as Sergeant | William Reynolds (1) as Lt. Fitzgerald | Barney Phillips as Captain Gunther | Ron Masak as Harmonica Man | S. John Launer as Colonel | Michael Vandever as Smitty | Paul Mazursky as Orderly | Marc Cavell as Freeman | Warren Oates as Jeep Driver
Director: Richard L. Bare
Writer: Rod Serling

20 :01x20 - Elegy

Three space travelers land on a strange planet similar to Earth, except all the people stand motionless.
Guest Stars: Cecil Kellaway as Jeremy Wickwire | Jeff Morrow as Kurt Meyers | Don Dubbins as Peter Kirby | Kevin Hagen as Captain James Webber
Director: Douglas Heyes

21 :01x21 - Mirror Image

A young woman is frightened by the sight of her double that keeps appearing in a bus depot.
Guest Stars: Vera Miles as Millicent Barnes | Martin Milner as Paul Grinstead | Joseph Hamilton (1) as Ticket Agent (as Joe Hamilton) | Naomi Stevens as Bathroom Attendant | Therese Lyon as Old Woman | Ferris Taylor as Old Man | Edwin Rand as Bus Driver
Director: John Brahm
Writer: Rod Serling

22 :01x22 - The Monsters are Due on Maple Street

An unexplainable power failure causes paranoid suburban residents to suspect one another of being visitors from outer space.
Guest Stars: Claude Akins as Steve Brand | Jack Weston as Charlie | Barry Atwater as Mr. Goodman | Amzie Strickland as Woman | Anne Barton as Mrs. Brand | Jan Handzlik as Tommy | Burt Metcalfe as Don | Mary Gregory as Sally | Jason Johnson as Old Man | Leah Waggner as Mrs. Goodman | Joan Sudlow as Old Woman | Ben Erway as Pete Van Horn | Lyn Guild as Charlie's Wife | Sheldon Allman as First Alien | William Walsh (3) as Second Alien
Director: Ron Winston
Writer: Rod Serling

23 :01x23 - A World of Difference

A businessman discovers his office is really only a set for a movie in which he is a character.
Guest Stars: David White (1) as Brinkley | Howard Duff as Arthur Curtis | Frank Maxwell as Marty | Eileen Ryan as Nora | Gail Kobe as Sally | Peter Walker (1) as Sam | Susan Dorn as Marian Curtis | Bill Idelson as Stagehand
Director: Ted Post

24 :01x24 - Long Live Walter Jameson

A college professor is shocked to learn that his prospective son-in-law and colleague was born 2000 years ago and has the gift of eternal life.
Guest Stars: Kevin McCarthy as Prof. Walter Jameson | Edgar Stehli as Prof. Samuel Kittridge |
Co-Guest Stars: Estelle Winwood as Laurette Bowen | Dodie Heath as Susanna Kittridge
Director: Anton Leader

25 :01x25 - People Are Alike All Over

The first astronaut to visit Mars is happy to find that the Martians greet him warmly and have even built him a home exactly like his back on Earth — but with one big difference.
Guest Stars: Roddy McDowall as Sam Conrad |
Co-Guest Stars: Susan Oliver (1) as Teenya | Paul Comi as Warren Marcusson | Byron Morrow as First Martian | Vic Perrin as Second Martian | Vernon Gray as Third Martian
Director: Mitchell Leisen
Story: Paul Fairman | Teleplay: Rod Serling

26 :01x26 - Execution

A time machine snatches an outlaw from the Wild West of the 1880s away from the hangman's noose, and sets him into modern time.
Guest Stars: Albert Salmi as Joe Caswell | Russell Johnson as George Manion | Than Wyenn as Paul Johnson |
Co-Guest Stars: George Mitchell as Old Man | Jon Lormer as Reverend | Fay Roope as Judge | Richard Karlan as Bartender | Joe Haworth as Television Cowboy

27 :01x27 - The Big Tall Wish

A young boy tells a washed-up prizefighter that he will make a "big tall wish" so he wins his comeback fight.
Guest Stars: Ivan Dixon as Bolie Jackson | Stephen Perry as Henry (as Steven Perry) |
Co-Guest Stars: Kim Hamilton as Frances | Walter Burke as Joe | Henry Scott as Thomas |
Uncredited: Charles Horvath as Joey Consiglio | Carl McIntire as Announcer | Frankie Van as Referee
Director: Ron Winston
Writer: Rod Serling

28 :01x28 - A Nice Place to Visit

A small-time hoodlum gets killed by the police during a robbery and finds an afterlife where he can have anything he wants.
Guest Stars: Larry Blyden as Rocky Valentine | Sebastian Cabot as Mr. Pip |
Uncredited: John Close as Policeman | Wayne Tucker as The Croupier | Sandra Warner as The Brunette Woman | Barbara English as The Dancing Blonde | Nels Nelson as The Midget Policeman | Bill Mullikin as The Parking Attendant
Director: John Brahm

29 :01x29 - Nightmare as a Child

A teacher has an encounter with herself as a child with an attempt to unlock her memory of witnessing her mother's murder.
Guest Stars: Shepperd Strudwick as Peter Selden | Michael Fox as Doctor | Janice Rule as Helen Foley | Terry Burnham as Markie | Joseph V. Perry as Police Lieutenant | Morgan Brittany as Girl with the Doll
Director: Alvin Ganzer
Writer: Rod Serling

30 :01x30 - A Stop at Willoughby

A fed up modern day executive finds escape in the peaceful town of Willoughby…in July 1880.
Guest Stars: Jason Wingreen as Train Conductor | James Daly as Gart Williams | Patricia Donahue as Jane Williams | Howard Smith as Mr. Misrell | Mavis Neal Palmer as Helen | James Maloney as 1888 Train Conductor | Billy Booth as First Boy | Butch Hengen as Second Boy | Ryan Hayes as Engineer | Max Slaten as Man on the Wagon
Director: Robert Parrish
Writer: Rod Serling

31 :01x31 - The Chaser

A love potion brings unexpected results to a lonely man trying to woo the woman of his desire.
Guest Stars: John McIntire as Prof. Daemon | Patricia Barry as Leila | J. Pat O'Malley as Old Man | George Grizzard as Roger Shackleforth | Marjorie Bennett as Old Lady | Barbara Perry as Blonde Lady | Rusty Wescoatt as Tall Man | Duane Grey as Bartender
Director: Douglas Heyes

32 :01x32 - A Passage for Trumpet

An unlucky trumpet player is given a second chance at life after being run down by a truck.
Guest Stars: Jack Klugman as Joey Crown |
Co-Guest Stars: John Anderson as Gabe | Frank Wolff as Baron | Mary Webster as Nan | James Flavin as Truck Driver | Ned Glass as Nate / Pawnshop Owner |
Uncredited: Diane Honodel as Woman Pedestrian
Director: Don Medford
Writer: Rod Serling

33 :01x33 - Mr. Bevis

After a carefree man loses his job, his car and his home in the same day, he meets up with his "guardian angel" who tells him they will start the day over again as a success.
Guest Stars: Orson Bean as James B.W. Bevis | Henry Jones (1) as J. Hardy Hempstead | Charles Lane as Mr. Peckinpaugh | Horace McMahon as Bartender | William Schallert as First Policeman | Florence MacMichael as Margaret | Dorothy Neumann as Miss Chetfield | Vito Scotti as Tony | House Peters, Jr. as Second Policeman | Colleen O'Sullivan (1) as Michelle | Timmy Cletro as Little Boy
Director: William Asher
Writer: Rod Serling

34 :01x34 - The After Hours

A woman who bought a thimble at a department store on a non-existing ninth floor, makes a startling discovery once the store closes.
Guest Stars: Anne Francis as Marsha White | Elizabeth Allen (1) as Saleswoman | James Millhollin as Armbruster | John Conwell as Elevator Operator | Patrick Whyte as Mr. Sloan | Nancy Rennick as Miss Keevers
Director: Douglas Heyes
Writer: Rod Serling

35 :01x35 - The Mighty Casey

A robot pitcher named Casey is hired by the manager of a losing baseball club.
Guest Stars: Jack Warden as Mouth McGarry | Robert Sorrells as Casey | Abraham Sofaer as Dr. Stillman | Alan Dexter as Mr. Beasley | Don Kelly (1) as Monk | Jonathan Hole as Team Physician | Rusty Lane as Commissioner
Writer: Rod Serling

36 :01x36 - A World of His Own

A playwright discovers he can make the characters described into a tape recorder materialize before his eyes.
Guest Stars: Keenan Wynn as Gregory West | Phyllis Kirk as Victoria West | Mary La Roche as Mary
Director: Ralph Nelson

Season 2

37 :02x01 - King Nine Will Not Return

A shot down bomber pilot crash-lands in the desert. After regaining consciousness he finds that his crew members have disappeared.
Guest Stars: Bob Cummings as Captain James Embry |
Co-Guest Stars: Gene Lyons as Psychiatrist | Paul Lambert as Doctor | Jenna McMahon as Nurse
Director: Buzz Kulik
Writer: Rod Serling

38 :02x02 - The Man in the Bottle

A genie grants an impoverished pawnbroker four wishes which hasn't exactly turned out as he had hoped.
Guest Stars: Luther Adler as Arthur Castle | Vivi Janiss as Edna Castle |
Co-Guest Stars: Joseph Ruskin as Genie | Olan Soule as I.R.S. Agent | Lisa Golm as Mrs. Gumley |
Uncredited: Peter Coe as First German | Albert Szabo as Second German
Director: Don Medford
Writer: Rod Serling

39 :02x03 - Nervous Man in a Four Dollar Room

An insignificant hood assigned to murder an old man, finds his reflection from a mirror confronting him about having the guts to pull off the caper.
Guest Stars: Joe Mantell as Jackie Rhoades | William D. Gordon as George
Director: Douglas Heyes
Writer: Rod Serling

40 :02x04 - A Thing About Machines

A mean-spirited writer is sure that the machines in his home are out to destroy him.
Guest Stars: Richard Haydn as Bartlett Finchley |
Co-Guest Stars: Barbara Stuart as Edith Rogers | Barney Phillips as TV Repairman | Henry Beckman as Policeman | Jay Overholts as Intern | Margarita Cordova as Girl
Writer: Rod Serling

41 :02x05 - The Howling Man

A man swears that he can hear someone howling inside the monastery that he has taken refuge in during a storm. After first denying the claim, the inhabitants reveal that they have the Devil himself captured inside.
Guest Stars: John Carradine as Brother Jerome | H.M. Wynant as David Ellington |
Co-Guest Stars: Robin Hughes as The Howling Man | Frederic Ledebur as Brother Christophorus | Ezelle Poule as Housekeeper
Director: Douglas Heyes

42 :02x06 - The Eye of the Beholder

A woman awaits the final results of her face surgery intended to fix her freakish features.
Guest Stars: Maxine Stuart as Janet Tyler | William D. Gordon as Doctor | Jennifer Howard as Janet's Nurse |
Co-Guest Stars: George Keymas as Leader | Joanna Heyes as Reception Nurse | Edson Stroll as Walter Smith | Donna Douglas as Janet Tyler (revealed)
Director: Douglas Heyes
Writer: Rod Serling

43 :02x07 - Nick of Time

A newlywed husband becomes obsessed with a penny fortune-telling machine that makes accurate predictions about his upcoming life.
Guest Stars: William Shatner as Don Carter | Patricia Breslin as Pat Carter | Guy Wilkerson as Counter Man | Stafford Repp as Mechanic | Walter Reed as Nervous Man | Dee Carroll as Nervous Woman
Director: Richard L. Bare

44 :02x08 - The Lateness of the Hour

A young woman, tired of the routine of her family's life, asks her father to dismantle their robot servants.
Guest Stars: Inger Stevens as Jana |
Co-Guest Stars: John Hoyt as Dr. Loren | Irene Tedrow as Mrs. Loren | Tom Palmer (1) as Robert | Mary Gregory as Nelda | Valley Keene as Suzanne | Doris Karnes as Gretchen | Jason Johnson as Jensen
Director: Jack Smight
Writer: Rod Serling

45 :02x09 - The Trouble with Templeton

An aging actor, reflecting on the happier days of his youth, gets a sobering look of his past.
Guest Stars: Brian Aherne as Booth Templeton |
Co-Guest Stars: Pippa Scott as Laura Templeton | Sydney Pollack as Arthur Willis | Dave Willock as Marty | King Calder as Sid Sperry | Larry J. Blake as Freddie (as Larry Blake) | David Thursby as Eddie | Charles Carlson as Barney Flueger |
Uncredited: John Kroger as Ed Page
Director: Buzz Kulik

46 :02x10 - A Most Unusual Camera

A stolen camera produces a picture that predicts the future for the petty thieves who had taken it.
Guest Stars: Fred Clark as Chester Diedrich | Jean Carson as Paula Diedrich | Adam Williams as Woodward |
Co-Guest Stars: Marcel Hillaire as Pierre
Director: John Rich (1)
Writer: Rod Serling

47 :02x11 - The Night of the Meek

A down and out department store Santa gets his wish to be the biggest gift giver of all, and bring joy to those who need it most on a special Christmas Eve.
Guest Stars: Art Carney as Henry Corwin |
Co-Guest Stars: John Fiedler as Mr. Dundee | Robert P. Lieb as Flaherty | Val Avery as The Bartender | Meg Wyllie as Sister Florence | Kay Cousins Johnson as Irate Mother | Burt Mustin as Old Man |
Uncredited: Larrian Gillespie as Elf | Andrea Darvi as Kid talking to Santa Claus
Director: Jack Smight
Writer: Rod Serling

48 :02x12 - Dust

A man set to be hanged for killing a young girl while he was drunk, may get a reprieve after an unscrupulous man offers to sell the condemned man's father a magic dust which he claims will make those sprinkled with it feel forgiveness.
Guest Stars: Thomas Gomez as Sykes | John Larch as Sheriff Koch | Vladimir Sokoloff as Gallegos |
Co-Guest Stars: Johnny Alonso as Luis Gallegos | Paul Genge as John Canfield | Dorothy Adams as Mrs. Canfield | Jon Lormer as First Townsman | Andrea Darvi as Estrelita Gallegos (as Andrea Margolis) | Douglas Heyes, Jr. as Farmer Boy (as Douglas Heyes) |
Uncredited: Duane Grey as Rogers | Dan White (1) as Second Townsman
Director: Douglas Heyes
Writer: Rod Serling

49 :02x13 - Back There

A man finds himself back in time to April 15, 1865 and tries to warn the town of President Abraham Lincoln's upcoming assassination.
Guest Stars: Russell Johnson as Peter Corrigan |
Co-Guest Stars: Paul Hartman as Police Sergeant | Bartlett Robinson as William | John Lasell as John Wilkes Booth | James Lydon as Patrolman | Raymond Bailey as Balding Card Player | Raymond Greenleaf as Bespectacled Card Player | John Eldredge as Fourth Card Player | James Gavin as Policeman | Jean Inness as Mrs. Landers | Lew Brown as Officer | Carol Eve Rossen as Officer's Wife | Nora Marlowe as Chambermaid | Pat O'malley as Attendant
Writer: Rod Serling

50 :02x14 - The Whole Truth

A used car salesman finds himself unable to tell a lie after buying a haunted car from an old man.
Guest Stars: Jack Carson (1) as Harvey Hunnicut | Loring Smith as Honest Luther Grimbley | George Chandler as The Old Man | Jack Ging as Young Man |
Co-Guest Stars: Arte Johnson as Irv | Patrick Westwood as The Premier's Aide | Lee Sabinson as The Premier | Nan Peterson as Young Woman |
Uncredited: Ray Reese as Man Buying Car
Director: James Sheldon
Writer: Rod Serling

51 :02x15 - The Invaders

An old woman in an isolated farmhouse is terrorized by two tiny men from outer space.
Guest Stars: Agnes Moorehead as Woman |
Uncredited: Douglas Heyes as the Astronaut
Director: Douglas Heyes

52 :02x16 - A Penny For Your Thoughts

Buying a newspaper, timid bank clerk Hector Poole flips the paper man a coin, which by landing on its edge has suddenly given him the ability to read minds.
Guest Stars: Dick York as Hector B. Poole |
Co-Guest Stars: Dan Tobin as Mr. Bagby | Cyril Delevanti as L.J. Smithers | June Dayton as Helen Turner | Hayden Rorke as Mr. Sykes | James Nolan as Mr. Brand | Frank London as The Driver | Anthony Ray as The Paperboy | Patrick Waltz as The Security Guard
Director: James Sheldon

53 :02x17 - Twenty-Two

During a young woman's stay in a hospital, a recurring nightmare finds herself guided towards Room 22, which happens to be the morgue.
Guest Stars: Barbara Nichols as Liz Powell | Jonathan Harris (1) as Doctor | Fredd Wayne as Barney |
Co-Guest Stars: Arlene Martel as Nurse In Morgue (as Arline Sax) | Mary Adams as Day Nurse | Norma Connolly as Night Nurse | Wesley Lau as Airline Agent | Angus Duncan as Ticket Clerk |
Uncredited: Jay Overholts as P.A. Voice | Joseph Sargent as Ticket Clerk #2 | Carole Conn as Nurse Jameson
Director: Jack Smight
Writer: Rod Serling

54 :02x18 - The Odyssey of Flight 33

An unlikely break of the time barrier finds a commercial airliner sent back into the prehistoric age.
Guest Stars: John Anderson as Captain Farver | Paul Comi as 1st Officer Craig | Sandy Kenyon as Navigator Hatch | Wayne Heffley as Second Officer Wyatt | Harp McGuire as Flight Engineer Purcell |
Co-Guest Stars: Betty Garde as Lady Passenger | Beverly Brown as Janie | Nancy Rennick as Paula | Jay Overholts as Male Passenger | Lester Fletcher as RAF Captain
Director: Justus Addiss
Writer: Rod Serling

55 :02x19 - Mr. Dingle, the Strong

Visiting Martian scientists choose a timid earthling as the subject of their experiment, endowing him incredible superhuman strength.
Special Guest Stars: Don Rickles as Bettor |
Guest Stars: Burgess Meredith as Luther Dingle |
Co-Guest Stars: James Westerfield as O'Toole | Eddie Ryder as Joseph G. Callahan (as Edward Ryder) | Douglas Spencer as 1st Martian | Michael Fox as 2nd Martian | Donald Losby as 1st Venusian | Gregory Irvin as 2nd Venusian (as Greg Irwin) | Douglas Evans as 2nd Man | Phil Arnold as 1st Man | Frank Richards as 3rd Man | James Millhollin as Jason Abernathy | Jo Ann Dixon (1) as Nurse | Jay Hector as Boy |
Uncredited: Bob Duggan as Photographer
Director: John Brahm
Writer: Rod Serling

56 :02x20 - Static

An ancient radio picks up mysterious signals from decades earlier, rekindling the romance for a pair of elderly lovers.
Guest Stars: Dean Jagger as Ed Lindsay | Carmen Mathews as Vinnie Broun | Robert Emhardt as Professor Ackerman |
Co-Guest Stars: Arch Johnson as Roscoe Bragg (as Arch W. Johnson) | Alice Pearce as Mrs. Nielsen | Clegg Hoyt as Shopkeeper | Stephen Talbot as The Boy | Lillian O'Malley as Miss Meredith | Pat O'malley as Mr. Llewellyn |
Uncredited: Jay Overholts as Man # 2 | Bob Crane as Disc Jockey | Bob Duggan as Man #1 | Eddie Marr as Real Estate Pitchman | Diane Strom as Girl in Commercial | Roy Rowan as TV/Radio Announcer | Jerry Fuller as Rock & Roll Singer
Director: Buzz Kulik
Story: OCee Ritch

57 :02x21 - The Prime Mover

A man uses his friend's psychic ability which can move objects with his mind, to make a fortune in Las Vegas.
Guest Stars: Dane Clark as Ace Larsen | Buddy Ebsen as Jimbo Cobb |
Co-Guest Stars: Christine White as Kitty Cavanaugh | Nesdon Booth as Phil Nolan | Clancy Cooper as Truck Driver | Jane Burgess as Sheila | Robert Riordan as Hotel Manager | William Keene as Desk Clerk | Joe Scott as Croupier
Director: Richard L. Bare

58 :02x22 - Long Distance Call

A toy telephone is the only remaining link between a young boy and his recently deceased grandmother.
Guest Stars: Philip Abbott as Chris Bayles | Lili Darvas as Grandma Bayles | Patricia Smith (1) as Sylvia Bayles |
Co-Guest Stars: Bill Mumy as Billy Bayles | Jenny Maxwell as The Baby Sitter | Reid Hammond as Mr. Peterson | Henry Hunter as The Doctor | Lew Brown as The Fireman |
Uncredited: Robert L. McCord as 1st Fireman | James Turley as 2nd Fireman | Jutta Parr as Nurse
Director: James Sheldon

59 :02x23 - A Hundred Yards Over the Rim

A 19th-century Western settler sets off on his own to search for water to help his dying son, but instead finds he had stepped into the modern era.
Guest Stars: Cliff Robertson as Christian Horn |
Co-Guest Stars: John Crawford as Joe | Evans Evans as Mary Lou | Ken Drake as Man | Edward Platt as Doctor | Miranda Jones as Martha Horn | Jennifer Bunker as Woman | Robert L. McCord as Sheriff (as Robert L. McCord III) | John Astin as Charlie
Director: Buzz Kulik
Writer: Rod Serling

60 :02x24 - The Rip Van Winkle Caper

To escape the police, four thieves create a plot to live in suspended animation for 100 years along with their stolen gold bars.
Guest Stars: Simon Oakland as DeCruz | Oscar Beregi as Farwell (as Oscar Beregi) |
Co-Guest Stars: Lew Gallo as Brooks | John Mitchum as Erbie | Wallace Rooney as Man on Road / George | Shirley O'Hara as Woman on Road |
Uncredited: Robert L. McCord as Brooks's Stunt Double | David Armstrong (1) as DeCruz's Stunt Double
Director: Justus Addiss
Writer: Rod Serling

61 :02x25 - The Silence

A loquacious man takes a bet for half a million dollars that he can't keep silent for exactly one full year, and goes to extreme lengths to make sure he wins the wager.
Guest Stars: Franchot Tone as Col. Archie Taylor | Liam Sullivan as Jamie Tennyson | Jonathan Harris (1) as George Alfred |
Co-Guest Stars: Cyril Delevanti as Franklin | Everett Glass as First Club Member | John Holland as Third Club Member | Felix Locher as Second Club Member
Director: Boris Sagal
Writer: Rod Serling

62 :02x26 - Shadow Play

A convicted man swears that his life is only a recurring nightmare that ends and begins over again with him being executed.
Guest Stars: Dennis Weaver as Adam Grant | Harry Townes as Henry Ritchie |
Co-Guest Stars: Wright King as Paul Carson | William Edmonson as Jiggs | Anne Barton as Carol | Bernie Hamilton as Coley | Thomas Nello as Phillips | Mack Williams (1) as Father Beaman | Gene Roth as Judge |
Uncredited: Jack Hyde as Attorney | Howard Culver as Jury Foreman | John Close as Guard
Director: John Brahm

63 :02x27 - The Mind and the Matter

A book about "using the powers of your mind," gives an unhappy man the ability to create an ideal world merely by willing it.
Guest Stars: Shelley Berman as Archibald Beechcroft | Jack Grinnage as Henry | Chet Stratton as Rogers |
Uncredited: Jeane Wood as Landlady
Director: Buzz Kulik
Writer: Rod Serling

64 :02x28 - Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up

Seven people gathered at a diner all claim to have been passengers for a bus trip although only six should be on board, leading to panic after a UFO was sighted in the area.
Guest Stars: John Hoyt as Ross | Jean Willes as Ethel McConnell | Jack Elam as Avery | Barney Phillips as Haley | John Archer (1) as Trooper Bill Padgett | William Kendis as Olmstead |
Co-Guest Stars: Morgan Jones (1) as Trooper Dan Perry | Gertrude Flynn as Rose Kramer | Bill Erwin as Peter Kramer | Jill Ellis as Connie Prince | Ron Kipling as George Prince
Writer: Rod Serling

65 :02x29 - The Obsolete Man

A librarian is scheduled for elimination after being deemed obsolete in the eyes of a futuristic society.
Guest Stars: Burgess Meredith as Romney Wordsworth |
Co-Guest Stars: Fritz Weaver as Chancellor | Josip Elic as Subaltern | Harry Fleer as Guard | Barry Brooks as First Man | Harold Innocent as Second Man | Jane Romeyn as Woman
Writer: Rod Serling

Season 3

66 :03x01 - Two

The lone survivors of a nuclear war just happen to be a man and a woman from opposing sides.
Guest Stars: Elizabeth Montgomery (1) as Woman | Charles Bronson as Man |
Uncredited: Sharon Lucas as Stunt Double

67 :03x02 - The Arrival

An airplane arrives totally empty of passengers and crew. The investigating officer determines that the plane is a collective figment of their imagination and takes extreme measures to prove so.
Guest Stars: Harold Stone as Grant Sheckly |
Co-Guest Stars: Fredd Wayne as Paul Malloy | Noah Keen as Bengston | Robert Karnes as Mr. Robbins | Bing Russell as George Cousins | Jim Boles as Dispatcher |
Uncredited: Robert Brubaker as Tower Operator
Director: Boris Sagal
Writer: Rod Serling

68 :03x03 - The Shelter

A news report turns a group of party goers into an angry mob when the host refuses to make room in his bomb shelter for his friends.
Co-Guest Stars: Larry Gates as Dr. William Stockton | Joseph Bernard as Marty Weiss | Jack Albertson as Jerry Harlowe | Peggy Stewart as Grace Stockton | Sandy Kenyon as Frank Henderson | Michael Burns (1) as Paul Stockton | Jo Helton as Martha Harlowe | Moria Turner as Mrs. Weiss | Mary Gregory as Frank's Wife | John McLiam as Neighbor
Writer: Rod Serling

69 :03x04 - The Passersby

A wounded Civil War soldier realizes the people around him are not just walking down a road away from battle, but toward their final reward.
Guest Stars: James Gregory as The Sergeant | Joanne Linville as Lavinia Godwin |
Co-Guest Stars: Rex Holman as Charlie | David Garcia as Lieutenant | Warren J. Kemmerling as Jud Godwin | Austin Green as Abraham Lincoln
Writer: Rod Serling

70 :03x05 - A Game of Pool

A legendary pool player is summoned by an eager young hustler, determined to make himself famous.
Guest Stars: Jack Klugman as Jesse Cardiff | Jonathan Winters as James Howard "Fats" Brown
Director: Buzz Kulik

71 :03x06 - The Mirror

A mirror residing in the office for the president of a revolutionary country shows the images of his assassins.
Guest Stars: Peter Falk as Ramos Clemente | Will Kuluva as General DeCruz |
Co-Guest Stars: Antony Carbone as Cristo | Arthur Batanides as Tabal | Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr. as Garcia (as Rodolfo Hoyos) | Vladimir Sokoloff as Father Tomas | Richard Karlan as D'Allesandro |
Uncredited: Robert L. McCord as Offstage Voice | David Armstrong (1) as Stunt Double | Val Ruffino as Guard | James Turley as Offstage Voice
Director: Don Medford
Writer: Rod Serling

72 :03x07 - The Grave

A Western outlaw's final warning that he'd reach out and kill the hired gunman who hunted him becomes a challenge to the gunman's courage.
Guest Stars: Lee Marvin as Conny Miller | James Best as Johnny Rob |
Co-Guest Stars: Strother Martin as Mothershed | Elen Willard as Ione Sykes | Lee Van Cleef as Steinhart | William Challee as Jasen | Stafford Repp as Ira Broadly | Larry Johns as Townsman | Dick Geary (1) as Pinto Sykes (as Richard Geary)

73 :03x08 - It's a Good Life

A town fears a six-year-old boy who possesses the power to change things with a thought inside his mind.
Guest Stars: John Larch as Mr. Fremont | Cloris Leachman as Agnes Fremont | Don Keefer as Dan Hollis | Bill Mumy as Anthony Fremont (as Billy Mumy) | Max Showalter as Pat Riley (as Casey Adams) | Alice Frost as Aunt Amy | Jeanne Bates as Ethel Hollis | Lenore Kingston as Old Woman | Tom Hatcher as Bill Soames
Director: James Sheldon
Story: Jerome Bixby | Teleplay: Rod Serling

74 :03x09 - Deaths-Head Revisited

A former Nazi officer from the Dachau concentration camp is put on trial by the ghosts of his tortured victims.
Guest Stars: Joseph Schildkraut as Becker | Oscar Beregi as Captain Lutze (as Oscar Beregi) |
Co-Guest Stars: Kaaren Verne as Innkeeper (as Karen Verne) | Robert Boon as Taxi Driver | Ben Wright as Doctor |
Uncredited: Chuck Fox as Dachau Victim
Director: Don Medford
Writer: Rod Serling

75 :03x10 - The Midnight Sun

The Earth grows warmer each day after falling out of its orbit and is drawn closer to the Sun.
Guest Stars: Lois Nettleton as Norma | Betty Garde as Mrs. Bronson |
Co-Guest Stars: Tom Reese as Intruder | Jason Wingreen as Mr. Shuster | Juney Ellis as Mrs. Shuster | William Keene as Doctor |
Uncredited: Robert J. Stevenson as Announcer
Director: Anton Leader
Writer: Rod Serling

76 :03x11 - Still Valley

A Confederate scout takes possession of a magical book that can freeze his opposition in place.
Guest Stars: Gary Merrill as Sergeant Joseph Paradine |
Co-Guest Stars: Vaughn Taylor as The Old Man/Teague | Mark Tapscott as The Lieutenant | Jack Mann as Mallory | Ben Cooper as Mr. Dauger |
Uncredited: Addison Myers as The Sentry
Director: James Sheldon
Story: Manly Wade Wellman | Teleplay: Rod Serling

77 :03x12 - The Jungle

A man feels hunted in the streets of Manhattan by jungle beasts after being threatened with death by an African native for violating tribal land.
Guest Stars: John Dehner as Alan Richards |
Co-Guest Stars: Walter Brooke as Chad Cooper | Jay Adler as Vagrant | Emily McLaughlin as Doris Richards | Hugh Sanders as Mr. Templeton | Howard Wright as Mr. Hardy | Donald Foster as Mr. Sinclair | Jay Overholts as Taxi Driver

78 :03x13 - Once Upon a Time

A janitor from the 19th century is transported 70 years into the future after trying on his bosses' time machine helmet.
Guest Stars: Buster Keaton as Woodrow Mulligan |
Co-Guest Stars: Stanley Adams as Rollo | James Flavin as First 1962 Policeman | Gil Lamb as Officer Flannagan | Jesse White as Repairman |
Uncredited: Milton Parsons as Professor Gilbert | Warren Parker as Clothing Store Manager | Harry Fleer as Second 1962 Policeman | George E. Stone as Fenwick

79 :03x14 - Five Characters in Search of an Exit

A ballet dancer, a major, a clown, tramp and a bagpipe player find themselves trapped in an enclosed cylinder with no recollection of how they got there or how to escape.
Co-Guest Stars: Susan Harrison (1) as The Ballerina | William Windom as The Major (as Bill Windom) | Murray Matheson as The Clown | Kelton Garwood as The Tramp | Clark Allen as The Bagpipe Player | Carol Hill (1) as Woman | Mona Houghton as Little Girl
Writer: Rod Serling

80 :03x15 - A Quality of Mercy

During World War II, a young gung ho American Lieutenant sets his sights on defeating a sickly, injured group of Japanese soldiers held up in a cave. Suddenly, the Lieutenant finds himself as a young Japanese soldier ordered to massacre a group of Americans, stuck in the same situation.
Guest Stars: Dean Stockwell as Lt. Katell/Lt. Yamuri | Albert Salmi as Sgt. Causarano |
Co-Guest Stars: Rayford Barnes as Andrew J. Watkins | Ralph Votrian as Hanacheck | Leonard Nimoy as Hansen | Dale Ishimoto as Sergeant Yamazaki | Jerry Fujikawa as Japanese Captain (as J.H. Fujikawa) |
Uncredited: Michael Pataki as Jeep Driver
Director: Buzz Kulik
Story: Sam Rolfe | Teleplay: Rod Serling

81 :03x16 - Nothing in the Dark

An old woman is the last remaining occupant at a condemned building, fearing she will meet "Mr. Death" if she exits.
Co-Guest Stars: Gladys Cooper as Wanda Dunn | Robert Redford as Harold Beldon | R.G. Armstrong as Contractor

82 :03x17 - One More Pallbearer

Three people are involved in an elaborate hoax to get them to apologize to a wealthy man whom they had all humiliated once during their lifetime.
Guest Stars: Joseph Wiseman as Paul Radin |
Co-Guest Stars: Katherine Squire as Mrs. Langsford | Trevor Bardette as Colonel Hawthorne | Gage Clarke as Mr. Hughes |
Uncredited: Ray Galvin as Policeman | Josip Elic as First Electrician | Robert Snyder as Second Electrician
Writer: Rod Serling

83 :03x18 - Dead Man's Shoes

After stealing a pair of shoes from a murdered gangster, a down and out man finds himself following in the dead mans footsteps.
Guest Stars: Warren Stevens as Nate Bledsoe |
Co-Guest Stars: Richard Devon as Bernie Dagget | Joan Marshall as Wilma | Ben Wright as Chips | Harry Swoger as Sam | Ron Hagerthy as Ben | Florence Marly as Dagget's Woman (as Florence Marley) | Joseph Mell as Jimmy (as Joseph Mell) |
Uncredited: Eugene Borden as Maitre D' | Susie Garrett as Pianist

84 :03x19 - The Hunt

An old man and his dog are drowned while coon huntin' and must confront a gatekeeper who seems to be St. Peter at Heaven's door.
Guest Stars: Arthur Hunnicutt as Hyder Simpson | Jeanette Nolan as Rachel Simpson |
Co-Guest Stars: Charles Seel as Rev. Wood | Titus Moede as Wesley Miller | Robert Foulk as Gatekeeper (as Robert Faulk) | Dexter DuPont as Messenger | Orville Sherman as Tillman Miller
Director: Harold Schuster

85 :03x20 - Showdown with Rance McGrew

Jesse James' spirit returns to challenge an insufferable cowboy star for his shabby film treatment of villain characters.
Guest Stars: Larry Blyden as Rance McGrew |
Co-Guest Stars: Arch Johnson as Jesse James | Robert Cornthwaite as Director | Robert J. Stevenson as Bartender | Bill McLean as Prop Man (as William McLean) | Troy Melton as Cowboy | Jay Overholts as Cowboy # 2 | Hal K. Dawson as Old Man | Bob Kline (2) as TV Jesse James | James Turley as Stuntman (as Jim Turley)
Director: Christian Nyby
Writer: Rod Serling

86 :03x21 - Kick the Can

The spirit of an old children's game helps a group of elderly citizens recapture their youth.
Guest Stars: Ernest Truex as Charles Whitley | Russell Collins as Ben Conroy | John Marley as Mr. Cox | Hank Patterson as Second Old Man | Earle Hodgins as First Old Man | Marjorie Bennett as First Old Lady | Lenore Shanewise as Second Old Lady | Anne O'Neal as Third Old Lady | Burt Mustin as Third Old Man |
Uncredited: Barry Truex as Charle's Son | Eve McVeagh as Night Nurse | Gregory McCabe as First Boy | Marc Stevens as Second Boy

87 :03x22 - A Piano in the House

An old player-piano helps reveal the listeners' hidden character.
Guest Stars: Barry Morse as Fitzgerald Fortune | Joan Hackett as Esther Fortune |
Co-Guest Stars: Don Durant as Greg | Muriel Landers as Marge Moore | Philip Coolidge as Throckmorton | Cyril Delevanti as Marvin the Butler

88 :03x23 - The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank

A young man is suspected of being evil after awakening during his own funeral.
Guest Stars: James Best as Jeff Myrtlebank | Sherry Jackson as Comfort Gatewood | Edgar Buchanan as Doc Bolton |
Co-Guest Stars: Lance Fuller as Orgram Gatewood | Dub Taylor as Mr. Peters | Ralph Moody as Pa Myrtlebank | Jon Lormer as Mr. Strauss | Ezelle Poule as Ma Myrtlebank | James Houghton as Jerry | Helen Wallace as Ma Gatewood | William Fawcett as Rev. Siddons | Mabel Forrest as Mrs. Ferguson | Vickie Barnes as Liz Myrtlebank | Patrick Hector as Tom

89 :03x24 - To Serve Man

Friendly aliens have shown mankind how to end war, famine and plague, now are invited to visit their planet.
Guest Stars: Lloyd Bochner as Michael Chambers | Susan Cummings as Penny |
Co-Guest Stars: Richard Kiel as Kanamit | Hardie Albright as Secretary General | Theodore Marcuse as Mr. Gregori | Bartlett Robinson as First Colonel | Carleton Young as Second Colonel | Nelson Olmsted as The Scientist | Robert Tafur as Senor Valdes | Lomax Study as Dr. Dennis Leveque | Jerry Fujikawa as Japanese Delegate (as J. H. Fujikawa) |
Uncredited: James Wellman as Second Man in Line | Charles Tannen as First Man in Line | Gene Benton as Second Reporter | Adrienne Marden as First Woman in Line | Will J. White as First Reporter | Jeanne Evans as Second Woman in Line | Joseph Ruskin as Kanamit
Director: Richard L. Bare
Story: Damon Knight | Teleplay: Rod Serling

90 :03x25 - The Fugitive

An old man with the magical ability to change his appearance befriends a crippled young girl.
Guest Stars: Susan Gordon as Jenny | J. Pat O'Malley as Old Ben |
Co-Guest Stars: Nancy Kulp as Mrs. Gann | Wesley Lau as First Pursuer | Paul Tripp as Second Pursuer | Russ Bender as Doctor | Stephen Talbot as Howie Gutliff | Johnny Eimen as Pitcher
Director: Richard L. Bare

91 :03x26 - Little Girl Lost

Cries in the night have a couple searching for their six year old child who has slipped through a door into another dimension.
Guest Stars: Sarah Marshall (1) as Ruth Miller | Robert Sampson (1) as Chris Miller | Charles Aidman as Bill |
Uncredited: Tracy Stratford as Tina | Rhoda Williams as Tina's Voice

92 :03x27 - Person or Persons Unknown

A man is suddenly unknown by all, even his own mother.
Guest Stars: Richard Long as David Andrew Gurney | Frank Silvera as Dr. Koslenko | Shirley Ballard as Wilma #1 |
Co-Guest Stars: Julie Van Zandt as Wilma #2 | Betty Harford as Clerk | Edmund Glover as Sam Baker (as Ed Glover) | Michael Keep as Policeman | Joe Higgins as Bank Guard / Jim | John Newton as Cooper
Director: John Brahm

93 :03x28 - The Little People

A spaceman finds tiny inhabitants on a planet and forces them to recognize him as a God.
Guest Stars: Joe Maross as Peter Craig | Claude Akins as William Fletcher |
Co-Guest Stars: Michael Ford (1) as Spaceman #1 | Robert Eaton as Spaceman #2
Writer: Rod Serling

94 :03x29 - Four O'Clock

A cranky, callous man decides to shrink everyone he believes is evil two feet tall at exactly 4 p.m.
Guest Stars: Theodore Bikel as Oliver Crangle |
Co-Guest Stars: Phyllis Love as Mrs. Lucas | Linden Chiles as Hall | Moyna MacGill as Mrs. Chloe Williams
Story: Price Day | Teleplay: Rod Serling

95 :03x30 - Hocus-Pocus and Frisby

A man known for telling tall tales discovers that no one believes him after being kidnapped by aliens.
Guest Stars: Andy Devine (1) as Somerset Frisby |
Co-Guest Stars: Milton Selzer as Alien #1 | Howard McNear as Mitchell | Dabbs Greer as Scanlan | Clem Bevans as Old Man / Pete |
Uncredited: Larry Breitman as Alien #2 | Peter Brocco as Alien #3
Story: Frederick Louis Fox | Teleplay: Rod Serling

96 :03x31 - The Trade-Ins

An old couple considers exchanging their pain-racked bodies for a more youthful model, but can only afford one transplant right now.
Guest Stars: Joseph Schildkraut as John Holt |
Co-Guest Stars: Noah Keen as Mr. Vance | Alma Platt as Marie Holt | Theodore Marcuse as Farraday (as Ted Marcuse) | Edson Stroll as Young John Holt | Terence de Marney as Gambler #1 | Sailor Vincent as Gambler #2 | Mary McMahon as Receptionist | David Armstrong (1) as Attendant
Writer: Rod Serling

97 :03x32 - The Gift

Villagers keep a crashed space traveler in fear of his life.
Guest Stars: Geoffrey Horne as Williams | Nico Minardos as Doctor |
Co-Guest Stars: Cliff Osmond as Manuelo | Edmund Vargas as Pedro | Vladimir Sokoloff as Guitarist | Paul Mazursky as Officer | Henry Corden as Sanchez | Vito Scotti as Rudolpho |
Uncredited: Lea Marmer as Woman #2 | Carmen D'Antonio as Woman | Joseph V. Perry as Man #1 | David Fresco as Man #2
Director: Allen H. Miner
Writer: Rod Serling

98 :03x33 - The Dummy

A ventriloquist fears that his dummy is too lifelike when he starts running his life.
Guest Stars: Cliff Robertson as Jerry Etherson | Frank Sutton as Frank |
Co-Guest Stars: George Murdock as Willy | John Harmon (1) as Georgie | Sandra Warner as Noreen | Ralph Manza as Doorkeeper |
Uncredited: Rudy Dolan as M.C. | Bethelynn Grey as Chorus Girl | Edy Williams as Chorus Girl
Director: Abner Biberman
Story: Lee Polk | Teleplay: Rod Serling

99 :03x34 - Young Man's Fancy

A newlywed longs for the carefree days of his youth and succeeds in making his past reappear, to the abashment of his new bride.
Guest Stars: Phyllis Thaxter as Virginia Walker-Lane | Alex Nicol as Alex Walker |
Co-Guest Stars: Wallace Rooney as Mr. Wilkinson | Helen Brown as Henrietta Walker | Ricky Kelman as Alex (age 10)
Director: John Brahm

100 :03x35 - I Sing the Body Electric

A widowed father buys a robotic grandmother to care for his three children in which one of them refuses to accept.
Guest Stars: Josephine Hutchinson as Grandma | David White (1) as George Rogers |
Co-Guest Stars: Vaughn Taylor as Salesman | Doris Packer as Nedra | Veronica Cartwright as Anne Rogers (age 11) | Dana Dillaway as Karen Rogers (age 10) | Susan Crane as Anne Rogers (age 19) | Paul Nesbitt as Tom Rogers (age 20) | Judee Morton as Karen Rogers (age 18) | Charles Herbert as Tom Rogers (age 12)
Writer: Ray Bradbury

101 :03x36 - Cavender is Coming

A luckless apprentice angel has one last chance to win his wings, by helping Agnes Grep, an inept and clumsy soul.
Special Guest Stars: Carol Burnett as Agnes Grep |
Guest Stars: Jesse White as Harmen Cavender |
Co-Guest Stars: Howard Smith as Polk | Frank Behrens as Stout | Sandra Gould as Woman | Albert Carrier as Frenchman | Barbara Morrison as Woman | Donna Douglas as Woman #3 | Danny Kulick as Child | Jack Younger as Truck Driver | William O'Connell as Field Rep |
Uncredited: John Fiedler as Field Rep | Maurice Dallimore as Man | Pitt Herbert as Field Rep | Stan Jones (1) as Field Rep | Adrienne Marden as Woman | Rory O'Brien as Boy | Norma Shattue as Little Girl | Roy N. Sickner as Bus Driver
Director: Christian Nyby
Writer: Rod Serling

102 :03x37 - The Changing of the Guard

A teacher at a boy's school feels suicidal after being asked to retire.
Guest Stars: Donald Pleasence as Prof. Ellis Fowler |
Co-Guest Stars: Liam Sullivan as Headmaster | Philippa Bevans as Mrs. Landers | Tom Lowell as Artie Beechcroft | Russell Horton as Boy #4 | Buddy Hart as Boy #5 | Robert Biheller as Graham (as Bob Biheller) | Kevin O'Neal as Butler | Jimmy Baird as Boy #1 | Kevin Jones (1) as Boy #2 | Darryl Richard as Boy #6 | James Browning as Boy #7 | Pat Close as Boy #8 | Dennis Kerlee as Boy #9 |
Uncredited: Laird Stuart as Schoolboy
Writer: Rod Serling

Season 4

103 :04x01 - In His Image

A scientist tries to correct his imperfections by building a mechanical likeness of himself, which includes of all the finer qualities he is lacking.
Guest Stars: Gail Kobe as Jessica Connelly | Wallace Rooney as Man | Katherine Squire as The Old Woman | George Petrie as Driver | James Seay as Sheriff | James Forster as Hotel Clerk | Sherry Granato as Girl | George Grizzard as Alan Talbot / Walter Ryder, Jr.
Director: Perry Lafferty

104 :04x02 - The Thirty-Fathom Grave

A submarine sunk 20 years earlier is apparently emitting sounds which haunt a man who believes he is responsible for its sinking.
Guest Stars: Simon Oakland as Captain Beecham | John Considine as McClure | Mike Kellin as Chief Bell | Bill Bixby as O.O.D. | David Sheiner as Doc | Anthony D. Call as Lee Helmsman | Derrik Lewis as Helmsman | Conlan Carter as Ensign Marmer | Charles Kuenstle as Sonar Operator | Forrest Compton as ASW Officer | Henry Scott as Jr. O.O.D. | Louie Elias as Sailor #2
Director: Perry Lafferty
Writer: Rod Serling

105 :04x03 - Valley of the Shadow

A reporter must find a way to escape from what he has learned after he wanders into a peaceful village which holds a mystical secret that can create or destroy matter.
Guest Stars: Ed Nelson as Philip Redfield | Natalie Trundy as Ellen Marshall | James Doohan as Father | Pat O'Hara as Man #4 | Jacques Aubuchon as Connelly | Morgan Brittany as Girl (as Susanne Cupito) | David Opatoshu as Dorn | King Calder as Man #3 | Bart Burns as Man #2 | Henry Beckman as Man #1 | Sandy Kenyon as Gas Attendent | Dabbs Greer as Evans
Director: Perry Lafferty

106 :04x04 - He's Alive

A young American hatemonger is inspired by the spirit of Adolf Hitler to rise to his own power.
Guest Stars: Howard Caine as Nick | Dennis Hopper as Peter Vollmer | Ludwig Donath as Ernst Ganz | Curt Conway as Benefactor | Paul Mazursky as Frank | Barnaby Hale as Stanley | Jay Adler as Gibbons | Wolfe Barzell as Proprietor | Bernard Fein as Heckler
Writer: Rod Serling

107 :04x05 - Mute

A group of people have developed a way of communicating by the power of telepathy, including a couple raising their daughter in a world void of speech.
Guest Stars: Barbara Baxley as Cora Wheeler | Irene Dailey as Miss Frank | Ann Jillian as Ilse Nielson | Frank Overton as Harry Wheeler | Oscar Beregi as Prof. Karl Werner | Claudia Bryar as Frau Nielsen | Robert Boon as Holger Nielsen | Eva Soreny as Frau Maria Werner | Percy Helton as Tom Poulter

108 :04x06 - Death Ship

An astronaut won't believe that he and his crew may already be dead after seeing a duplicate spaceship crash landed on the planet surface.
Guest Stars: Fred Beir as Lt. Mike Carter | Jack Klugman as Captain Paul Ross | Ross Martin (1) as Lt. Ted Mason | Mary Webster as Ruth | Tammy Marihugh as Jeannie | Ross Elliott as Kramer | Sara Taft as Mrs. Nolan
Director: Don Medford

109 :04x07 - Jess-Belle

Jess-Belle enlists the help of a local witch to cast a spell on Billy-Ben Turner to fall in love with her and forget his fiancé Ellwynn. But the spell does have a drawback that strikes at midnight.
Guest Stars: Anne Francis as Jess-Belle | James Best as Billy-Ben Turner | Laura Devon as Ellwyn Glover | Jeanette Nolan as Granny Hart | Virginia Gregg as Ossie Stone | George Mitchell as Luther Glover | Helen Kleeb as Mattie Glover | Jim Boles as Obed Miller | Jon Lormer as Minister
Director: Buzz Kulik

110 :04x08 - Miniature

A shy bachelor becomes obsessed with a tiny, beautiful doll he sees in a museum exhibit, insisting that she is alive.
Guest Stars: Lennie Weinrib as Buddie | Barbara Barrie as Myrna | Robert Duvall as Charley Parkes | Pert Kelton as Mrs. Parkes | William Windom as Dr. Wallman | John McLiam as Museum Guard | Claire Griswold as The Doll | Nina Roman as The Maid | Richard Angarola as The Suitor | Barney Phillips as Diemel | Joan Chambers as Harriet | Chet Stratton as The Guide
Director: Walter Grauman

111 :04x09 - Printer's Devil

A wily old man, hired by a bankrupt newspaper editor, has the knack of predicting headline stories and claims to be the Devil.
Special Guest Stars: Burgess Meredith as Mr. Smith |
Guest Stars: Robert Sterling as Douglas Winter | Ray Teal as Mr. Franklin | Camille Franklin as Molly | Doris Kemper as Landlady | Charles P. Thompson as Andy Praskins | Pat Crowley as Jackie Benson
Director: Ralph Senensky

112 :04x10 - No Time Like the Past

Paul Driscoll believes he can alter history by traveling back in time and changing three particular events, Hiroshima, murdering Hitler and convincing the captain of the Lusitania to change its course. Failing, he decides to live in a simpler time but must not change any events, no matter who may be hurt by this.
Guest Stars: Robert F. Simon as Harvey | John Zaremba as Horn Player | Robert Cornthwaite as Hanford | Marjorie Bennett as Mrs. Chamberlain | Malcolm Atterbury as Professor Eliot | Lindsay Workman as Bartender | Tudor Owen as Lusitania Captain | James Yagi as Japanese Police Captain | Dana Andrews (2) as Paul Driscoll | Patricia Breslin as Abigail Sloan
Director: Justus Addiss
Writer: Rod Serling

113 :04x11 - The Parallel

Major Gaines lands his spacecraft back home and soon realizes that he is in a parallel world. A trip back into space and another landing seems to bring him safely back to Earth. That is until he tells of his story and hears a report of a recent UFO sighting containing a 'Colonel' Gaines.
Guest Stars: Paul Comi as Psychiatrist | Steve Forrest as Robert Gaines | Jacqueline Scott as Helen Gaines | Frank Aletter as Col. Connacher | Philip Abbott as General Eaton | Shari Lee Bernath as Maggie Gaines
Writer: Rod Serling

114 :04x12 - I Dream of Genie

A mild-mannered clerk finds Aladdin's lamp but decides that using his one wish for wealth, power or the girl of his dreams would be a waste of the lamp's power.
Guest Stars: Howard Morris as George P. Hanley | Bob Hastings as Sam | Patricia Barry as Ann | Molly Dodd as May | Milton Parsons as P.R. Man | Jack Albertson as Genie | Mark Miller (1) as Roger | Loring Smith as Watson | Joyce Jameson as Starlet | James Millhollin as Masters | Robert Ball as Clerk
Director: Robert Gist
Writer: John Furia

115 :04x13 - The New Exhibit

After a wax museum decides to discard the likenesses of their famous murderers, their custodian retrieves them and stores them in his own basement.
Guest Stars: Robert L. McCord as Burke | Martin Balsam as Martin Lombard Senescu | Will Kuluva as Mr. Ferguson | Margaret Field as Emma Senescu | William Mims as Dave | Milton Parsons as Henri Desire Landru | David Bond (1) as Jack the Ripper | Bob Mitchell as Albert W. Hicks | Billy Beck as Hare | Phil Chambers (1) as Gas Man | Leonard Bremen as Van Man | Eddie Barth as Sailor | Marcel Hillaire as Guide | Craig Curtis as 2nd Sailor
Director: John Brahm
Writer: Jerry Sohl

116 :04x14 - Of Late I Think of Cliffordville

A bored businessman makes a deal with the Devil to start his life over in an earlier time period with $1,400 to work with.
Guest Stars: Albert Salmi as Bill Feathersmith | Julie Newmar as Miss Devlin | John Anderson as Diedrich | Christine Burke (1) as Joanna Gibbons | John Harmon (1) as Clark | Wright King as Hecate | Guy Raymond as Mr. Gibbons | Hugh Sanders as Cronk
Writer: Rod Serling

117 :04x15 - The Incredible World of Horace Ford

A toy manufacturer returns to his old neighborhood where he sees visions of his childhood and those he slighted as kid.
Guest Stars: Pat Hingle as Horace Ford | Nan Martin as Laura Ford | Ruth White (1) as Mrs. Ford | Phillip Pine as Leonard O'Brien | Mary Carver as Betty O'Brien | Jim E. Titus as Horace (child) | Jerry Davis (2) as Hermy Brandt | Vaughn Taylor as Mr. Judson
Director: Abner Biberman

118 :04x16 - On Thursday We Leave For Home

The leader of an expedition on an asteroid tries to convince the others that Earth is not worth returning to.
Guest Stars: Shirley O'Hara as Colonist | James Whitmore as William Benteen | Tim O'Connor as Col. Sloane | James Broderick as Al | Lew Gallo as Lt. Engle | Madge Kennedy as Colonist | Russ Bender as Hank | Danny Kulick as Jo Jo | Mercedes Shirley as Joan | Paul Langton as George | Jo Helton as Julie | Anthony Benson as Colonist | John Ward (1) as Colonist
Director: Buzz Kulik
Writer: Rod Serling

119 :04x17 - Passage on the Lady Anne

A couple intent on saving their marriage, go aboard a cruise ship filled with old couples and an ageless secret.
Guest Stars: Wilfrid Hyde-White as McKenzie | Alan Napier as Captain Prothero | Lee Philips as Allan Ransome | Joyce Van Patten as Eileen Ransome | Gladys Cooper as Mrs. McKenzie | Cyril Delevanti as Officer | Don Keefer as Spiereto | Cecil Kellaway as Burgess

120 :04x18 - The Bard

A TV writer conjures up the spirit of William Shakespeare to act as his co-writer but end up in a struggle with network heads over what makes "great TV."
Guest Stars: Howard McNear as Bramhoff | Judy Strangis as Cora | Jack Weston as Julius Moomer | John Williams (1) as William Shakespeare | Burt Reynolds as Rocky Rhodes | John McGiver as Shannon | Henry Lascoe as Mr. Hugo | Doro Merande as Sadie | Clegg Hoyt as Bus Driver | Marge Redmond as Secretary | William Lanteau as Dolan
Writer: Rod Serling

Season 5

121 :05x01 - In Praise of Pip

Bookie Max Phillips learn that his son Pip, a soldier in Vietnam, has been critically wounded. Distraught over the upbringing of his son, Max offers God his own life for Pip's.
Guest Stars: Jack Klugman as Max Phillips |
Co-Guest Stars: Connie Gilchrist as Mrs. Feeny | Bobby Diamond as Pvt. Pip | Bill Mumy as Young Pip |
Uncredited: Kreg Martin as Gunman | Gerald Gordon as Lieutenant | Russell Horton as George Reynold | Stuart Nisbet as Surgeon | Ross Elliott as Doctor | S. John Launer as Moran
Writer: Rod Serling

122 :05x02 - Steel

A small-time promoter desperately in need of money takes the place of his broken-down robot in a prize fight where humans are barred from participating.
Guest Stars: Lee Marvin as Steel Kelly | Joe Mantell as Pole |
Co-Guest Stars: Chuck Hicks as Maynard Flash | Merritt Bohn as Nolan | Frank London as Maxwell |
Uncredited: Tipp McClure as Battling Maxo | Larry Barton as Man's Voice
Director: Don Weis

123 :05x03 - Nightmare at 20,000 Feet

No one can see the gremlin tearing apart an airplane's wing, except a newly released mental patient.
Guest Stars: William Shatner as Bob Wilson |
Co-Guest Stars: Christine White as Julia Wilson | Ed Kemmer as Flight Engineer (as Edward Kemmer) | Asa Maynor as Stewardess |
Uncredited: Nick Cravat as Gremlin
Director: Richard Donner

124 :05x04 - A Kind of a Stopwatch

A stopwatch with the ability to halt all movement in the world falls into the hands of an insufferable bore.
Guest Stars: Roy Roberts as Mr. Cooper | Richard Erdman as McNulty | Leon Belasco as Potts | Herbie Faye as Joe the Bartender | Doris Singleton as Secretary | Ray Kellogg as Attendant | Sam Balter as TV Announcer | Dick Wessel as Charlie | Ken Drake as Man
Director: John Rich (1)
Writer: Rod Serling

125 :05x05 - The Last Night of a Jockey

An out-of-work jockey, tired of being the little man, begs to become a giant of a man so everyone would look up to him.
Guest Stars: Mickey Rooney as Grady
Writer: Rod Serling

126 :05x06 - Living Doll

An angry man vows to destroy his step-daughter's new doll, which he believes is mocking him.
Guest Stars: June Foray as Talky Tina | Telly Savalas as Erich Streator | Mary La Roche as Annabelle | Tracy Stratford as Christie
Writer: Jerry Sohl

127 :05x07 - The Old Man in the Cave

Survivors of a nuclear holocaust live day by day on the advice from someone they have never seen.
Guest Stars: John Anderson as Mr. Goldsmith | James Coburn as Major French | John Marley as Jason | Josie Lloyd as Evelyn | Frank Watkins as Harber | Leonard P. Geer as Douglas | Natalie Masters as Woman | Don Wilbanks as Furman
Writer: Rod Serling

128 :05x08 - Uncle Simon

To inherit her insufferable Uncle's estate, a woman learns she must serve his latest invention, which is endowed with his own persona.
Guest Stars: Constance Ford as Barbara Polk | Cedric Hardwicke as Uncle Simon Polk | Ian Wolfe as Schwimmer | John McLiam as Police Officer | Dion Hansen as Robot
Director: Don Seigel
Writer: Rod Serling

129 :05x09 - Probe 7 - Over and Out

A space traveler from a doomed planet meets up with a female companion on his new homeland.
Guest Stars: Barton Heyman as Lt. Blane | Richard Basehart as Col. Adam Cook | Antoinette Bower as Eve Norda | Harold Gould as Gen. Larrabee
Director: Ted Post
Writer: Rod Serling

130 :05x10 - The 7th is Made Up of Phantoms

A modern day National Guard unit find themselves in the middle of Custer's Last Stand at the Battle of Little Big Horn.
Co-Guest Stars: Ron Foster as Sgt. William Connors | Warren Oates as Cpl. Richard Langsford | Randy Boone as Pfc. Michael McCluskey | Greg Morris as Lieutenant Woodard | Jeff Morris as Finnigan (as Jeffrey Morris) | Wayne Mallory as Scout | Robert Bray as Captain Dennet |
Uncredited: Lew Brown as Sergeant | Jacques Shelton as Corporal
Writer: Rod Serling

131 :05x11 - A Short Drink from a Certain Fountain

A wealthy old man mocked by his young, money-hungry wife begs to receive an experimental youth serum from his brother/doctor.
Guest Stars: Patrick O'Neal as Harmon Gordon | Ruta Lee as Flora Gordon | Walter Brooke as Dr. Raymond Gordon
Director: Bernard Girard
Writer: Rod Serling
Story: Lou Holz

132 :05x12 - Ninety Years Without Slumbering

An old man is obsessed with keeping a grandfather's clock wound, fearing he will die if the clock runs down.
Guest Stars: Ed Wynn as Sam Forstmann | Carolyn Kearney as Marnie Kirk | James T. Callahan as Doug Kirk | William Sargent as Dr. Mel Avery | Carol Byron as Carol Chase | Dick Wilson (2) as Mover #1 | Chuck Hicks as Mover #2
Director: Roger Kay

133 :05x13 - Ring-A-Ding Girl

A gift from her hometown fan club gives a movie star premonitions of her future.
Guest Stars: Bing Russell as Ben Braden | Maggie McNamara as Bunny Blake | Mary Munday as Hildy Powell | David Macklin as Bud Powell | Hank Patterson as Mr. Gentry | Vic Perrin as State Trooper | George Mitchell as Dr. Floyd | Lou Gerson as Cici | Bill Hickman as Pilot | Betty Lou Gerson as Cici

134 :05x14 - You Drive

After a motorist hits a newspaper boy on a bicycle and drives away, he hides his crime but discovers that his car won't let him forget that he is guilty.
Guest Stars: Edward Andrews as Oliver Pope |
Co-Guest Stars: Helen Westcott as Lillian Pope (as Hellena Westcott) | Kevin Hagen as Pete Radcliff | Totty Ames as Muriel Hastings | John Hanek as Policeman
Director: John Brahm

135 :05x15 - The Long Morrow

An astronaut scheduled for a long journey in space breaks the suspended animation device designed to keep him young, so he can age at the same rate as the woman he loves.
Guest Stars: Robert Lansing as Commander Douglas Stansfield | Mariette Hartley as Sandra Horn | George Macready as Dr. Bixler | Edward Binns as General Walters | William Swan as Technician
Director: Robert Florey
Writer: Rod Serling

136 :05x16 - The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross

A man schemes to trade age, wisdom and riches with others and become the fellow his girlfriend desires.
Guest Stars: J. Pat O'Malley as Old Man | Don Gordon as Salvadore Ross | Gail Kobe as Leah Maitland | Kathleen O'Malley as Nurse | Seymour Cassel as Jerry | Ted Jacques as Bartender | Doug Lambert as Albert | Douglas Dumbrille as Mr. Halpert | Vaughn Taylor as Mr. Maitland
Director: Don Seigel

137 :05x17 - Number Twelve Looks Just Like You

A young woman does not want to conform to a state controlled transformation of flawless beauty.
Guest Stars: Richard Long as Uncle Rick/Dr. Rex/Sigmund Friend/Dr. Tom/Attendant | Collin Wilcox as Marilyn Cuberle | Suzy Parker as Lana Cuberle/Simmons/Doe/Grace/Jane/Patient/#12 | Pamela Austin as Valerie/Marilyn (after operation)/#8
Director: Abner Biberman

138 :05x18 - Black Leather Jackets

A motorcycle gang who set up residence in a quiet neighborhood is really a front for an advanced party of an alien invasion.
Guest Stars: Michael Forest as Steve | Denver Pyle as Stu Tillman | Lee Kinsolving as Scott | Shelley Fabares as Ellen Tillman | Tom Gilleran as Fred | Wayne Heffley as Mover | Michael Conrad as Sheriff Harper | Irene Hervey as Martha Tillman

139 :05x19 - Night Call

A phone call awakens a bedridden spinster during a stormy night, which happens to be from her long-dead fiancé.
Guest Stars: Gladys Cooper as Elva Keene | Nora Marlowe as Margaret Phillips | Martine Bartlett as Miss Finch

140 :05x20 - From Agnes - With Love

The world's most advanced computer seems to have the soul of a woman and has fallen in love with its programmer.
Guest Stars: Raymond Bailey as Supervisor | Wally Cox as James Elwood | Sue Randall as Millie | Ralph Taeger as Walter Holmes | Nan Peterson as Secretary | Byran Kane as Assistant | Don Keefer as Fred Danziger
Director: Richard Donner

141 :05x21 - Spur of the Moment

A young woman meets up with her future but older self while horseback riding, unaware of the significance until it's too late.
Guest Stars: Robert Hogan as Robert Blake | Roger Davis (1) as David Mitchell | Diana Hyland as Anne Henderson | Philip Ober as Mr. Henderson | Marsha Hunt as Mrs. Henderson | Jack Raine as Reynolds

142 :05x22 - An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge

The hanging of a Confederate spy during the Civil War seems to have gone wrong as the rope snaps, plunging him to freedom.
Guest Stars: Roger Jacquet as Confederate Spy | Anne Cornaly as Mrs. Farquhar | Anker Larsen as Unknown | Stéphane Fey as Union Soldier | Jean-françois Zeller as Unknown | Pierre Danny as Unknown | Louis Adelin as Unknown
Director: Robert Enrico

143 :05x23 - Queen of the Nile

The truth is exposed by a magazine columnist over the apparent agelessness of a movie actress.
Guest Stars: Ann Blyth as Pamela Morris | Lee Philips as Jordan Herrick | Celia Lovsky as Viola Draper | Frank Ferguson as Krueger |
Uncredited: James Tyler as Mr. Jackson | Ruth Phillips as Maid
Director: John Brahm
Writer: Jerry Sohl

144 :05x24 - What's in the Box

A man tries to explain to his wife, her death he witnessed after turning on the TV set.
Guest Stars: Joan Blondell as Phyllis Britt | William Demarest as Joe Britt | Sterling Holloway as TV Repairman |
Co-Guest Stars: Sandra Gould as Woman | Howard Wright as Judge | Herbert Lytton as Dr. Saltman |
Uncredited: John L. Sullivan (3) as Russian Duke | Ted Christy as Panther Man | Ron Stokes as Car Salesman | Douglas Bank as Prosecutor | Tony Miller (1) as Announcer
Director: Richard L. Bare

145 :05x25 - The Masks

A wealthy old man gets revenge on his greedy, spiteful family by making them wear masks during Mardis Gras, emulating their most hideous trait.
Guest Stars: Robert Keith (1) as Jason Foster | Virginia Gregg as Emily Harper | Alan Sues as Wilfred Jr. | Milton Selzer as Wilfred Harper | Brooke Hayward as Paula Harper | Willis Bouchey as Dr. Samuel Thorne | Bill Walker (1) as Butler
Director: Ida Lupino
Writer: Rod Serling

146 :05x26 - I Am the Night - Color Me Black

A community of bigots want answers when the sun fails to rise over their town on the morning an execution is to take place.
Guest Stars: Michael Constantine as Sheriff Charlie Koch | Paul Fix as Colbey |
Co-Guest Stars: George Lindsey as Deputy Pierce | Ivan Dixon as Rev. Anderson | Eve McVeagh as Ella Koch | Terry Becker as Jagger |
Uncredited: Douglas Bank as Man #1 | Ward Wood as Man #2 | Elizabeth Harrower as Woman
Director: Abner Biberman
Writer: Rod Serling

147 :05x27 - Sounds and Silences

A man who annoyingly enjoys loud noises suddenly finds pain in the slightest of sounds.
Guest Stars: Penny Singleton as Mrs. Flemington | Michael Fox as Psychiatrist | John McGiver as Roswell G. Flemington | William Benedict as Conklin | Francis DeSales as Doctor | Renee Aubry (1) as Secretary
Director: Richard Donner
Writer: Rod Serling

148 :05x28 - Caesar and Me

A down-and-out ventriloquist begins taking advice from his dummy on how to steal money, witnessed by a little girl.
Guest Stars: Jackie Cooper as Jonathan West |
Co-Guest Stars: Morgan Brittany as Susan (as Susanne Cupito) | Sarah Selby as Mrs. Cudahy | Don Gazzaniga as Detective | Stafford Repp as Pawnbroker |
Uncredited: Olan Soule as Mr. Smiles | Sidney Marion as Watchman | Ken Konopka as Mr. Miller
Director: Robert Butler

149 :05x29 - The Jeopardy Room

A KGB agent plays games with a defector, whose life he's been ordered to take, by giving him three hours to find and defuse a bomb he has hidden in his room.
Guest Stars: Martin Landau as Major Ivan Kuchenko | John van Dreelen as Commisar Vassiloff |
Co-Guest Stars: Robert Kelljan as Boris
Director: Richard Donner
Writer: Rod Serling

150 :05x30 - Stopover in a Quiet Town

After a night of partying, a couple awakens to a strange house in unfamiliar town, with no people in sight and a sound of a little girl's voice.
Guest Stars: Barry Nelson as Bob Frazier | Nancy Malone as Millie Frazier |
Co-Guest Stars: Karen Norris as Mother | Denise Lynn as Little Girl
Director: Ron Winston

151 :05x31 - The Encounter

A samurai sword with a curse of revenge of its murdered master falls into the hands of a Japanese gardener.
Guest Stars: Neville Brand as Fenton | George Takei as Taro
Director: Robert Butler

152 :05x32 - Mr. Garrity and the Graves

A con man convinces the citizens of an Old West town that he can raise their dead family members from the cemetery.
Guest Stars: John Dehner as Jared Garrity | J. Pat O'Malley as Gooberman | John Cliff as Lightning Peterson | Kate Murtagh as Zelda Gooberman | John Mitchum as Ace | Patrick O'Moore as Man | Norman Leavitt as Sheriff Gilchrist | Percy Helton as Lapham | Stanley Adams as Jensen
Director: Ted Post
Writer: Rod Serling

153 :05x33 - The Brain Center at Whipple's

An entire staff is fired by a heartless industrialist and replaced by machines, which soon revolt.
Guest Stars: Richard Deacon as Wallace V. Whipple | Thalmus Rasulala as Technician | Burt Conroy as Watchman | Dion Hansen as Robot | Paul Newlan as Hanley | Ted de Corsia as Dickerson
Director: Richard Donner
Writer: Rod Serling

154 :05x34 - Come Wander with Me

A folk singer becomes obsessed with taping a ballad he heard sung by a backwoods girl.
Guest Stars: Hank Patterson as Old Man | Gary Crosby as Floyd Burney | Bonnie Beecher as Mary Rachel | John Bolt as Billy Rayford
Director: Richard Donner

155 :05x35 - The Fear

A woman calls in a police report of a giant visitor from outer space.
Guest Stars: Peter Mark Richman as Trooper Robert Franklin | Hazel Court as Charlotte Scott
Director: Ted Post
Writer: Rod Serling

156 :05x36 - The Bewitchin' Pool

Two children escape their bickering parents by wandering into a world of happiness from the bottom of the swimming pool.
Guest Stars: Kim Hector as Whitt | Dee Hartford as Gloria | Mary Badham as Sport | Tim Stafford as Jeb | Georgia Simmons as Aunt T | Harold Gould as Radio Announcer | Tod Andrews as Gil
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Anthology | Drama | Sci-Fi
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CBS ( USA)
Airs: Fridays
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: October 02, 1959
Ended: June 19, 1964
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