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The Twilight Zone: Queen of the Nile

The truth is exposed by a magazine columnist over the apparent agelessness of a movie actress.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 5x23
Production Number: 2626
Airdate: Friday March 06th, 1964

Director: John Brahm
Writer: Jerry Sohl
Story: Jerry Sohl


 
Guest Stars
Lee PhilipsLee Philips
As Jordan Herrick
Recurring
Ann BlythAnn Blyth
As Pamela Morris
Celia LovskyCelia Lovsky
As Viola Draper
Frank FergusonFrank Ferguson
As Krueger

Uncredited
James TylerJames Tyler
As Mr. Jackson

Recap

Syndicated columnist Jordan Herrick arrives at the home of actress Pamela Morris for an appointment with the famous woman. The maid ushers him into the study and Jordan takes notices of the heavily-themed Egyptian décor. Jordan also notices a painting of Pamela from 1940. He hears Pamela in the pool outside and goes out to see her. An older woman, Viola Draper, approaches Pamela, who says she was to stay in her room. Viola insists she won’t let “it” happen again but Viola tells her she has no say in the matter...

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Episode Notes
Charles Beaumont receives sole on-screen writer's credit, but co-wrote it with Jerry Sohl. Sohl allowed Beaumont to take the credit.



Episode Quotes
Closing Narration
Narrator: Everybody knows Pamela Morris, the beautiful and eternally young movie star. Or does she have another name, even more famous, an Egyptian name from centuries past? It's best not to be too curious, lest you wind up like Jordan Herrick, a pile of dust and old clothing, discarded in the endless eternity of the Twilight Zone.



Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerRod Serling
ProducerWilliam Froug
EditorRichard V. Heermance
CastingPatricia Rose
MusicLud Gluskin  |  Lucien Moraweck
Set DecoratorHenry Grace  |  Robert R. Benton
Director of PhotographyCharles F. Wheeler
Art DirectorGeorge W. Davis  |  Malcolm Brown
Production ManagerRalph Nelson
Sound EditorFranklin Milton  |  Joe Edmondson
Main Title ThemeMarius Constant
Assistant DirectorCharles Bonniwell
 
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