Bunny Blake is a top of the line actress and is making a flight back to her home town of Howardville. She received a gift from a fan club in her home town in which she can see the faces of people telling her she is needed there. She arrives on the day of the Howardville Founder's Day picnic. Arriving home, she asks to have the picnic moved back one day so she can make an appearance in a one woman show in the school's auditorium. Just before they are to leave for the show, Bunny disappears. A man arrives telling her sister of the plane crash at the picnic grounds. He says that Bunny was on board the plane. This makes no sense to her sister cause she had just spent the day with Bunny. But she was indeed on the plane, and because of the scheduled show at the auditorium, many lives were saved. ..Read the full recap
Bing Russell was also in "The Arrival."
George Mitchell is also in "The Hitch-Hiker, "Execution" and "Jess-Belle."
Vic Perrin was also in "People Are Alike All Over."
Narrator: Introduction to Bunny Blake. Occupation: film actress. Residence: Hollywood, California, or anywhere in the world that cameras happen to be grinding. Bunny Blake is a public figure; what she wears, eats, thinks, says is news. But underneath the glamor, the makeup, the publicity, the build-up, the costuming, is a flesh-and-blood person, a beautiful girl about to take a long and bizarre journey into the Twilight Zone.
Narrator: We are all travelers. The trip starts in a place called birth--and ends in that lonely town called death. And that's the end of the journey, unless you happen to exist for a few hours, like Bunny Blake, in the misty regions of the Twilight Zone.