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Season 3 [Blu-ray]
No Pic Released On: February 15, 2011
Region: 1
Production Company: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT

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All 37 episodes of the third season of Rod Serling's classic, groundbreaking series, now presented in pristine high-definition for the first time ever, along with hours of new and exclusive bonus features not available anywhere else!

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Fan Favorites
No Pic Released On: October 26, 2010
Region: 1
Production Company: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT

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Pull up a seat and brace yourself for a fantastic voyage into…THE TWILIGHT ZONE! This collection of 19 classic episodes from Rod Serling’s legendary series featured some of Hollywood’s biggest names and are filled with twists and turns that will take you beyond the deepest realms of imagination! Episodes: Night of the Meek, The Invaders, Nothing in the Dark, Time Enough at Last, Nightmare at 20,000 Feet, The Monsters are Due on Maple Street, The Odyssey of Flight 33, Steel, A Game of Pool, Walking Distance, Kick the Can, Mr. Dingle the Strong, Two, A Passage for Trumpet, The Four of Us are Dying, Long Distance Call, I Sing the Body Electric, The Lonely, Probe 7 – Over and Out

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Season 1 [Blu-ray]
No Pic Released On: September 14, 2010
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

Description:
All 36 episodes of the first season of Rod Serling’s classic, groundbreaking series, now presented in pristine high definition for the first time ever!
Loaded with new and exclusive bonus features not available anywhere else including extremely rare, never-before-released unofficial pilot “The Time Element” written by Rod Serling and hosted by Desi Arnaz – the episode that started a cultural phenomenon – presented in glorious high definition!

All new 1080p high-definition transfers have been created from the original camera negatives, as well as uncompressed PCM audio, remastered from the original magnetic soundtracks. Season One Episodes: Where Is Everybody?, One for the Angels, Mr. Denton on Doomsday, The Sixteen Millimeter Shrine, Walking Distance, Escape Clause, The Lonely, Time Enough at Last, Perchance to Dream, Judgment Night, And When the Sky Was Opened, What You Need, The Four of Us Are Dying, Third from the Sun, I Shot an Arrow into the Air, The Hitch-Hiker, The Fever, The Last Flight, The Purple Testament, Elegy, Mirror Image, The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street, A World of Difference, Long Live Walter Jameson, People Are Alike All Over, Execution, The Big Tall Wish, A Nice Place to Visit, Nightmare as a Child, A Stop at Willoughby, The Chaser, A Passage for Trumpet, Mr. Bevis, The After Hours, The Mighty Casey, A World of His Own. Season 1 included such stars as Anne Francis, Burgess Meredith (eventual veteran of numerous TZ episodes), Ida Lupino, Jack Klugman, Richard Conte, Gig Young, Nehemiah Persoff, Sebastian Cabot, Claude Akins, Earl Holliman, Roddy McDowall, Kevin McCarthy, Ed Wynn, Murray Hamilton, Vera Miles and Ron Howard, all featured in classic episodes. Before the season had even finished, it was hailed by the critics, named by Daily Variety as "the best that has ever been accomplished in half-hour filmed television,” a new phrase had entered the pop-culture lexicon and its success and impact is still felt today – fifty-one years after its debut.

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Season 5
Released On: November 13, 2006
Region: 2
Production Company: Cinema Club

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In Praise of Pip
Steel
Nightmare at 20,000 Feet
A Kind of a Stopwatch
The Last Night of a Jockey
Living Doll
The Old Man in the Cave
Uncle Simon
Probe 7 - Over and Out
The 7th is Made Up of Phantoms
A Short Drink from a Certain Fountain
Ninety Years Without Slumbering
Ring-A-Ding Girl
You Drive
The Long Morrow
The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross Number Twelve Looks Just Like You
Black Leather Jackets
Night Call
From Agnes - With Love
Spur of the Moment
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
Queen of the Nile
What's in the Box
The Masks
I Am the Night - Color Me Black
Sounds and Silences
Caesar and Me
The Jeopardy Room
Stopover in a Quiet Town
The Encounter
Mr. Garrity and the Graves
The Brain Center at Whipple's
Come Wander with Me
The Fear
The Bewitchin' Pool

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Twilight Zone: The Complete Collection
Released On: October 03, 2006
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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SEASON 1 brings you:
EPISODES: In Praise of Pip - Steel - Nightmare at 20,000 Feet - A Kind of a Stopwatch - The Last Night of a Jockey - Living Doll - The Old Man in the Cave - Uncle Simon - Probe 7, Over and Out - The 7th Is Made Up of Phantoms - Ninety Years Without Slumbering - Ring-A-Ding Girl - You Drive - The Long Morrow - The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross - Number Twelve Looks Just Like You - Black Leather Jackets - Night Call - From Agne, With Love - Spur of the Moment - An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge - Queen of the Nile - What's in the Box - The Masks - I Am the Night, Color Me Black - Sounds and Silences - Caesar and Me - The Jeopardy Room - Stopover in a Quiet Town - The Encounter - Mr. Garrity and the Graves - The Brain Center at Whipple's - Come Wander with Me - The Fear - The Bewitchin' Pool.

FEATURING....
Stunning Brand-New Transfers! Remastered from new high-definition film transfers using the original camera negatives and magnetic soundtracks. Commentaries and Interviews featuring Mickey Rooney, Martin Landau, Michael Constantine, Bill Mumy, Carolyn Kearney, Mariette Hartley and Earl Hamner, Jr. Excerpt from Rod Serling's Sherwood Oaks College lecture Highlights from the Museum of Television and Radio seminar * The Art of Editing - Season 5 Billboards and Photo Gallery

SEASON 2 brings you...
King Nine Will Not Return - The Man in the Bottle - Nervous Man in a Four-Dollar Room - A Thing About Machines - The Howling Man - Eye of the Beholder - Nick of Time - The Lateness of the Hour - The Trouble with Templeton - A Most Unusual Camera - The Night of the Meek - Dust - Back There - The Whole Truth - The Invaders - A Penny for Your Thoughts - Twenty-Two - The Odyssey of Flight 33 - Mr. Dingle, the Strong - Static - The Prime Mover - Long Distance Call - A Hundred Yards Over the Rim - The Rip Van Winkle Caper - The Silence - Shadow Play - The Mind and the Matter - Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up? - The Obsolete Man.

FEATURING...
several commentaries with Don Rickles, Dennis Weaver, Cliff Robertson and many others, DVD-ROM features, Rod Serling interviews, special appearences and MORE!!!

SEASON 3 brings you...
Two - The Arrival - The Shelter - The Passersby - A Game of Pool - The Mirror - The Grave - It's a Good Life - Deaths-Head Revisited - The Midnight Sun - Still Valley - The Jungle - Once Upon a Time - Five Characters in Search of an Exit - A Quality of Mercy - Nothing in the Dark - One More Pallbearer - Dead Man's Shoes - The Hunt - Showdown with Rance McGrew - Kick the Can - A Piano in the House - The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank - To Serve Man - The Fugitive - Little Girl Lost - Person or Persons Unknown - The Little People - Four O'Clock - Hocus Pocus and Frisby - The Trade-Ins - The Gift - The Dummy - Young Man's Fancy - I Sing the Body Electric - Cavender Is Coming - The Changing of the Guard

FEATURING.....
Remastered image and sound... more interviews, Rod Serling promos, his adds for Chesterfield cigarettes... etc...

SEASON 4 brings you:
In His Image - The Thirty-Fathom Grave - Valley of the Shadow - He's Alive - Mute - Death Ship - Jess-Belle - Miniature - Printer's Devil - No Time Like the Past - The Parallel - I Dream of Genie - The New Exhibit - Of Late I Think of Cliffordville - The Incredible World of Horace Ford - On Thursday We Leave for Home - Passage on the Lady Anne - The Bard

FEATURING....
Remastered image and sound... Commentaries, a Saturday Night Live TZ spoof, a TZ comic book, a blooper reel, radio adaptations...

SEASON 5 brings you.....
In Praise of Pip - Steel - Nightmare at 20,000 Feet - A Kind of a Stopwatch - The Last Night of a Jockey - Living Doll - The Old Man in the Cave - Uncle Simon - Probe 7, Over and Out - The 7th Is Made Up of Phantoms - Ninety Years Without Slumbering - Ring-A-Ding Girl - You Drive - The Long Morrow - The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross - Number Twelve Looks Just Like You - Black Leather Jackets - Night Call - From Agne, With Love - Spur of the Moment - An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge - Queen of the Nile - What's in the Box - The Masks - I Am the Night, Color Me Black - Sounds and Silences - Caesar and Me - The Jeopardy Room - Stopover in a Quiet Town - The Encounter - Mr. Garrity and the Graves - The Brain Center at Whipple's - Come Wander with Me - The Fear - The Bewitchin' Pool

FEATURING...
Remastered image and sound... Commentaries and Interviews featuring Mickey Rooney, Martin Landau, Michael Constantine, Bill Mumy, Carolyn Kearney, Mariette Hartley and Earl Hamner, Jr. Excerpt from Rod Serling's Sherwood Oaks College lecture Highlights from the Museum of Television and Radio seminar * The Art of Editing - Season 5 Billboards and Photo Gallery.

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Season 4
Released On: September 18, 2006
Region: 2
Production Company: Cinema Club

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"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. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man's fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination. It is an area we call... The Twilight Zone!"

All the episodes from Season 4!

Episodes Comprise:

1. In His Image
2. The Thirty Fathom Grave
3. Valley Of The Shadow
4. He's Alive
5. Mute
6. Death Ship
7. Jess-Belle
8. Miniature
9. Printer's Devil
10. No Time Like The Past
11. The Parallel
12. I Dream Of Genie
13. The New Exhibit
14. Of Late I Think Of Cliffordville
15. The Incredible World Of Horace Ford
16. On Thursday We Leave For Home
17. Passage On The Lady Anne
18. The Bard

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Season 3
Released On: March 20, 2006
Region: 2
Production Company: Cinema Club

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Two
The Arrival
The Shelter
The Passersby
A Game of Pool
The Mirror
The Grave
It's a Good Life
Deaths-Head Revisited
The Midnight Sun
Still Valley
The Jungle
Once Upon a Time
Five Characters in Search of an Exit
A Quality of Mercy
Nothing in the Dark
One More Pallbearer
Dead Man's Shoes
The Hunt
Showdown with Rance McGrew
Kick the Can
A Piano in the House
The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank
To Serve Man
The Fugitive
Little Girl Lost
Person or Persons Unknown
The Little People
Four O'Clock
Hocus-Pocus and Frisby
The Trade-Ins
The Gift
The Dummy
Young Man's Fancy
I Sing the Body Electric
Cavender is Coming
The Changing of the Guard

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The Twilight Zone - Season 5 - The Definitive Edition
Released On: December 26, 2005
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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EPISODES:
In Praise of Pip - Steel - Nightmare at 20,000 Feet - A Kind of a Stopwatch - The Last Night of a Jockey - Living Doll - The Old Man in the Cave - Uncle Simon - Probe 7, Over and Out - The 7th Is Made Up of Phantoms - Ninety Years Without Slumbering - Ring-A-Ding Girl - You Drive - The Long Morrow - The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross - Number Twelve Looks Just Like You - Black Leather Jackets - Night Call - From Agne, With Love - Spur of the Moment - An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge - Queen of the Nile - What's in the Box - The Masks - I Am the Night, Color Me Black - Sounds and Silences - Caesar and Me - The Jeopardy Room - Stopover in a Quiet Town - The Encounter - Mr. Garrity and the Graves - The Brain Center at Whipple's - Come Wander with Me - The Fear - The Bewitchin' Pool

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The Twilight Zone - Season 4 (The Definitive Edition)
Released On: October 18, 2005
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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Episodes:
In His Image, The Thirty-Fathom Grave, Valley of the Shadow, He's Alive, Mute, Death Ship, Jess-Belle, Miniature, Printer's Devil, No Time Like the Past, The Parallel, I Dream of Genie, The New Exhibit, Of Late I Think of Cliffordville, The Incredible World of Horace Ford, On Thursday We Leave for Home, Passage on the Lady Anne, The Bard

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Season 2
Released On: October 03, 2005
Region: 2
Production Company: Cinema Club

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King Nine Will Not Return
The Man in the Bottle
Nervous Man in a Four Dollar Room
A Thing About Machines
The Howling Man
The Eye of the Beholder
Nick of Time
The Lateness of the Hour
The Trouble with Templeton
A Most Unusual Camera
Night of the Meek
Dust
Back There
The Whole Truth
The Invaders Edit | Del
A Penny For Your Thoughts
Twenty-Two
The Odyssey of Flight 33
Mr. Dingle, the Strong
Static
The Prime Mover
Long Distance Call
A Hundred Yards over the Rim
The Rip Van Winkle Caper
The Silence
Shadow Play
The Mind and the Matter
Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up
The Obsolete Man

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Season 1
Released On: August 22, 2005
Region: 2
Production Company: Cinema Club

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Where is Everybody?
One for the Angels
Mr. Denton on Doomsday
The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine
Walking Distance
Escape Clause
The Lonely
Time Enough at Last
Perchance to Dream
Judgment Night
And When the Sky Was Opened
What You Need
The Four of Us are Dying
Third From the Sun
I Shot an Arrow into the Air
The Hitch-Hiker
The Fever
The Last Flight
The Purple Testament
Elegy
Mirror Image
The Monsters are Due on Maple Street
A World of Difference
Long Live Walter Jameson
People Are Alike All Over
Execution
The Big Tall Wish
A Nice Place to Visit
Nightmare as a Child
A Stop at Willoughby
The Chaser
A Passage for Trumpet
Mr. Bevis
The After Hours
The Mighty Casey
A World of His Own

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The Twilight Zone: The Definitive Edition — Season 3
Released On: June 28, 2005
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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Episodes:
Two, The Arrival, The Shelter, The Passersbyer, A Game of Pool, The Mirror, The Grave, It's a Good Life, Deaths-Head Revisited, The Midnight Sun, Still Valley, The Jungle, Once Upon a Time, Five Characters in Search of an Exit, A Quality of Mercy, Nothing in the Dark, One More Pallbearer, Dead Man's Shoes, The Hunt, Showdown with Rance McGrew, Kick the Can, A Piano in the House, The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank, To Serve Man, The Fugitive, Little Girl Lost, Person or Persons Unknown, The Little People, Four O'Clock, Hocus Pocus and Frisby, The Trade-Ins, The Gift, The Dummy, Young Man's Fancy, I Sing the Body Electric, Cavender Is Coming, The Changing of the Guard


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The Twilight Zone - Season 2 (The Definitive Edition)
Released On: March 29, 2005
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

Description:
The Complete Second Season of Rod Serling's Classic, Groundbreaking Series Exploring the Fantastic and the Frghtening.
Spectacular New Digital Restorations Featuring
Unsurpassed Video and Audio Clarity!
Episodes include:
King Nine Will Not Return; The Man in the Bottle; Nervous Man in a Four-Dollar Room; A Thing About Machines; The Howling Man; Eye of the Beholder; Nick of Time; The Lateness of the Hour; The Trouble with Templeton; A Most Unusual Camera; The Night of the Meek; Dust; Back There; The Whole Truth; The Invaders; A Penny for Your Thoughts; Twenty-Two; The Odyssey of Flight 33; Mr. Dingle, the Strong; Static; The Prime Mover; Long Distance Call; A Hundred Yards Over the Rim; The Rip Van Winkle Caper; The Silence; Shadow Play; The Mind and the Matter; Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?; The Obsolete Man.

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The Twilight Zone: The Definitive Edition — Season 1
Released In: February, 2005
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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Episodes include:
Where Is Everybody?, One for the Angels, Mr. Denton on Doomsday, Sixteen Millimeter Shrine, Walking Distance, Escape Clause, The Lonely, Time Enough at Last, Perchance to Dream, Judgment Night, And When the Sky Was Opened, What You Need, The Four of Us Are Dying, Third from the Sun, I Shot an Arrow into the Air, The Hitch-Hiker, The Fever, The Last Flight, The Purple Testament, Elegy, Mirror Image, The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street, A World of Difference, Long Live Walter Jameson, People Are Alike All Over, Execution, The Big Tall Wish, A Nice Place to Visit, Nightmare as a Child, A Stop at Willoughby, The Chaser, A Passage for Trumpet, Mr. Bevis, The After Hours, The Mighty Casey, A World of His Own

Remastered from new high-definition film transfers using the original camera negatives and magnetic soundtracks

Audio commentaries by Earl Holliman, Martin Landau, Rod Taylor, Martin Milner, Kevin McCarthy, Ted Post and William Self

Vintage audio recollections with Burgess Meredith, Douglas Heyes, Richard L. Bare, Buck Houghton, Anne Francis and Richard Matheson
Rod Serling audio lectures from Sherwood Oaks College

Isolated music scores featuring the legendary Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith and more
Rod Serling promos for "Next Week's" show

Original unaired pilot version of "Where Is Everybody?" with Rod Serling's network pitch

Rare Rod Serling blooper

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Collection #5
Released On: February 25, 2003
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

Description:
Complete list of included episodes:
Where is Everybody?, The Encounter, An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, The Masks, Eye of the Beholder, The Howling Man, Hocus-Pocus and Frisby, Of Late I Think of Cliffordville, Mr. Garrity and the Graves, The Gift, Young Man's Fancy, The Incredible World of Horace Ford, Mr. Bevis, The Silence, On Thursday We Leave for Home, Cavender Is Coming, Passage on the Lady Anne, The Brain Center at Whipple's, The Mighty Casey, Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up, The Changing of the Guard, Come Wander with Me, The Bard, The Fear, The Bewitchin' Pool, Where Is Everybody? (Pilot Version), The Eye of the Beholder (a.k.a. "The Private World of Darkness"), A World of His Own, & A Thing About Machines.

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Collection #3
Released On: January 07, 2003
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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Complete list of included episodes:
A Most Unusual Camera, The 7th is Made up of Phantoms, The Jungle, Uncle Simon, A Short Drink From a Certain Fountain, Elegy, The Thirty-Fathom Grave (Hour-Long Show), Dust, Five Characters in Search of an Exit, Mirror Image, Ninety Years Without Slumbering, A World of Difference, Back There, One More Pallbearer, Ring-a-Ding Girl, Dead Man's Shoes, Long Live Walter Jameson, The Long Morrow, You Drive, Black Leather Jackets, People Are Alike All Over, Valley of the Shadow (Hour-Long Show), Execution, Number Twelve Looks Just Like You, The Hunt, The Self-improvement of Salvadore Ross, A Piano in the House, Night Call, Showdown With Rance McGrew, The Big Tall Wish, From Agnes - With Love, He's Alive (Hour-Long Show), Spur of the Moment

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Collection #4
Released On: January 07, 2003
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

Description:
Complete list of included episodes:
Mute (Hour-Long Show), Queen of the Nile, The Whole Truth, A Nice Place to Visit, A Penny For Your Thoughts, I Am the Night - Color Me Black, Little Girl Lost, Caesar and Me, Jess-Belle (Hour-Long Show), Sounds and Sliences, Miniature (Hour-Long Show), Stopover in a Quiet Town, The Jeopardy Room, Nightmare as a Child, Person or Persons Unknown, Printer's Devil (Hour-Long Show), No Time Like the Past (Hour-Long Show), The Encounter, The Little People, A Stop at Willoughby, I Dream of Genie (Hour-Long Show), Twenty-Two, Four O'Clock, Static, The Parallel (Hour-Long Show), The Chaser, The New Exhibit (Hour-Long Show), The Rip Van Winkle Caper

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Collection #1
Released On: December 03, 2002
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

Description:
Complete list of included episodes:
Night of the Meek, Nothing in the Dark, The Invaders, Nightmare at 20,000 Feet, The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street, The Odyssey of Flight 33, Time Enough at Last, A Game of Pool, Kick the Can, Steel, Walking Distance, A Passage For Trumpet, Mr. Dingle the Strong, Teo, The Four of Us Are Dying, I Sing the Body Electric, Long Distance Call, Probe 7 - Over and Out, The Lonely, Deaths-Head Revisited, The Grave, The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank, The Passerby, King Nine Will Not Return, Perchance to Dream, Shadow Play, The Hitch-Hiker, The Fugitive, The Shelter, Third From the Sun, To Serve Man, It's a Good Life, Nick of Time, The Mind and the Matter, The Prime Mover

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Collection #2
Released On: December 03, 2002
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

Description:
Complete list of included episodes:
A Hundred Yards Over the Rim, Once Upon a Time, The Last Flight, The Trouble With Templeton, Living Doll, The After Hours, The Dummy, The Fever, Mr. Denton on Doomsday, The Lateness of the Hour, The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine, The Trade-Ins, A Quality of Mercy, Judgment Night, The Obsolete Man, The Purple Testament, In Praise of Pip, One For the Angels, The Arrival, The Man in the Bottle, A Kind of a Stopwatch, Escape Clause, Nervous Man in a Four Dollar Room, The Midnight Sun, And When the Sky Was Opened, In His Image (Hour-Long Show), The Last Night of a Jockey, The Mirror, The Old Man in the Cave, What You Need, What's in the Box, Death Ship (Hour-Long Show), I Shot an Arrow Into the Air, Still Valley

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Gold Collection
Released On: December 02, 2002
Region: 1
Production Company: V3 Media (MediaRacer)

Description:
THE TWILIGHT ZONE DVD The Gold Collection is comprised of 44 discs which, for the first time ever, are in chronological order of air date by season.there are an additional 5 discs, one for each season, which have additional information and commentary.

The Gold Collection is numbered with a certificate of authenticity and limited to a production of 2500 sets. Set will be filled in order.

The series featured soon-to-be-famous actors as Robert Redford, Carol Burnett, James Coburn, William Shatner, Burt Reynolds, Robert Duval, Charles Bronson, Dennis Hopper, Lee Marvin, Peter Falk and Bill Mumy. Also featured were silent film giant Buster Keaton, Art Carney, Mickey Rooney, Ida Lupino and John Carradine.

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Vol. 43
Released On: June 12, 2001
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

Description:
Episodes: "Where Is Everybody? (Pilot Version)" (Ep. 1, October 2, 1959) - Earl Holliman stars as a man on the edge of hysteria in an oddly deserted town. This alternate version of the series' premiere episode, which sold the show, features a brief intro Rod Serling and a different opening title sequence and narrator.

"The Eye of the Beholder (a.k.a. "The Private World of Darkness")" (Ep. 42, November 11, 1960) - Outcast from society because of a hideous deformity, a troubled woman desperately undergoes an operation to alter her appearance in this rarely seen, alternately titled version of the classic episode.

"A World of His Own" (Ep. 36, July 1, 1960) - Keenan Wynn is Gregory West, a noted playwright who discovers that he can make anything appear or disappear just by describing it--like his irritable wife or even Rod Serling.

"A Thing About Machines" (Ep. 40, October 28, 1960) - Mr. Bartlett Finchley (Richard Haydn) despises any sort of machine, and he'll experience a new kind of terror when he learns the feeling is mutual.

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Vol. 41
Released On: January 23, 2001
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"The Mighty Casey" (Episode 35, June 17, 1960) - A broken-down baseball team soars when a new player, a human-looking robot, pitches shut-out after shut-out. He must be altered to become more human, but how will this affect his superhuman skills?

"Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up" (Episode 64, May 26, 1961) - State troopers follow tracks from an unidentified flying object to a diner where they try to determine which of the seven bus passengers stranded inside is really a Martian.

"The Changing of the Guard" (Episode 102, June 1, 1962) - Donald Pleasence is Professor Ellis Fowler, forced to retire after 51 years of teaching. Feeling his life was worthless, Fowler is startled by the ghostly appearance of former students.

"Come Wander with Me" (Episode 154, May 22, 1964) - A singer (Gary Crosby) journeys to the backwoods to find authentic folk songs. He hears a great ballad...a timeless tune that will have a very personal meaning for him.

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Vol. 42
Released On: January 23, 2001
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"The Bard" (Episode 120, May 23, 1963, 50 min.) - Jack Weston is an untalented would-be TV writer whose career takes off when the ghost of William Shakespeare writes his script. Shakespeare is appalled by the sponsor's changes, including the casting of a Marlon Brando-type actor (Burt Reynolds) to play the lead.

"The Fear" (Episode 155, May 29, 1964) - An unknown creature hidden in the shadows--apparently monstrously large and immensely powerful--terrorizes a hysterical young woman and a state trooper who's arrived to help her. But is this gargantuan invader really what it seems to be?

"The Bewitchin' Pool" (Episode 156, June 19, 1964) - For children distraught by feuding parents, a special swimming pool offers admittance to a happier, simpler place.

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Vol. 40
Released On: January 16, 2001
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Cavender Is Coming" (Episode 101, May 25, 1962) - Carol Burnett stars as Agnes Grep in this tale of a klutzy usherette "rescued" from a poverty by a guardian angel. This charming episode was considered as a pilot for a new TV show.

"Passage on the Lady Anne" (Episode 119, May 9, 1963, 50 min.) - In an effort to save their marriage, a young couple book passage on an old ship, which long ago was reserved for lovers. Former passengers, all now over 75, have gathered for her final mysterious voyage.

"The Brain Center at Whipple's" (Episode 153, May 15, 1964) - Callous factory owner Wallace Whipple (Richard Deacon) automates his plant, putting thousands of men out of work. Smugly self-satisfied, he has no regrets...at first.

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Vol. 38
Released On: December 12, 2000
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"The Gift" (Episode 97, April 27, 1962) - An alien who crash-lands into a remote mountain village stirs up the inhabitants fears and animosity, but he befriends a little boy and gives him a mysterious present.

"Young Man's Fancy" (Episode 99, May 11, 1964) - When a newlywed couple briefly return to the groom's childhood home, the ties of the past prove too strong to resist.

"The Incredible World of Horace Ford" (Episode 117, April 18, 1963, 50 min.) - Toy designer Horace Ford (Pat Hingle) spends most of his time reminiscing about his idyllic childhood. But when he gets the chance to go back to those years, he gets a bitter taste of reality.

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Vol. 39
Released On: December 12, 2000
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Mr. Bevis" (Episode 33, June 3, 1960) - Orson Bean is James B.W. Bevis, a good-natured, accident-prone eccentric whose guardian angel gives him a chance at success. But there's a catch: all the goofiness in his personality has got to go.

"The Silence" (Episode 61, April 28, 1961) - Archie Taylor (Franchot Tone) offers incessant talker Jamie Tennyson half a million dollars if he can keep quiet for a year. It's a bet that Tennyson can't resist.

"On Thursday We Leave for Home" (Episode 118, May 2, 1963, 50 min.) - William Benteen (James Whitmore) has been the unquestioned leader of a stranded outpost in space for 30 years. But when a rescue ship usurps his power, he tries to force the colonists to remain.

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Vol. 36
Released On: November 14, 2000
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"The Chaser" (Ep. 31, May 13, 1960) - Roger Shackleforth (George Grizzard), desperate to win the affection of the beautiful Leila (Patricia Barry), slips her a love potion. He is overjoyed that the potion works so well--at first.

"The Rip Van Winkle Caper" (Ep. 60, April 21, 1961) - Thieves put themselves into suspended animation for 100 years after hiding a million dollars worth of gold bars. But even in the future, wealth is still far out of reach for two greedy crooks (Oscar Beregi, Simon Oakland).

"The New Exhibit" (Ep. 115, April 4, 1963, 50 min.) - The curator (Martin Balsam) of a murderers' row in a soon-to-be-defunct wax museum persuades the owner to let him keep the figures for awhile. When his wife attempts to destroy them, a new murderous rampage begins.

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Vol. 37
Released On: November 14, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Hocus-Pocus and Frisby" (Ep. 95, April 13, 1962) - Andy Devine is Frisby, a loud-mouthed braggart whose boasts attract the attention of aliens. Perhaps he should have read the story about the boy who cried wolf before embarking on his greatest adventure.

"Of Late I Think of Cliffordville" (Ep. 116, April 21, 1961, 50 min.) - William Feathersmith (Albert Salmi), a bored, wealthy businessman, gets a chance to go back in time and start over, armed with all the knowledge he's acquired--an arsenal that's not as powerful as he thinks.

"Mr. Garrity and the Graves" (Ep. 152, May 8, 1964) - Jared Garrity (John Dehner) makes a living as a resurrecter of the dead in the Old West. He doesn't make money from people who want to see their loved ones again, but from the many townsfolk who will pay to keep the dead buried.

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Vol. 34
Released On: October 10, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"A Stop at Willoughby" (Ep. 30, May 6, 1960) - Advertising exec Gart Williams (James Daly) cracks under the pressures of his job. But, in this classic episode, he dreams about a peaceful town named Willoughby.

"Twenty-Two" (Ep. 53, February 10, 1961) - Liz Powell (Barbara Nichols) is terrified by a recurring nightmare involving the number 22. Her doctor (Jonathan Harris) reassures her that it is just a bad dream, yet Miss Powell is soon to learn differently.

"I Dream of Genie" (Ep. 114, March 21, 1963, 50 min.) - George P. Hanley (Howard Morris) never had much success in life. But when he rubs a magic Arabian lamp and a genie (Jack Albertson) emerges to grant him one wish, he imagines all kinds of possibilities.

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Vol. 35
Released On: October 10, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Static" (Ep. 56, March 10, 1961) - Life seems to have passed by a grouchy old man (Dean Jagger). However, everything changes when an antique radio starts to broadcast programs from his youth that only he can hear.

"Four O'Clock" (Ep. 94, April 6, 1962) - Political fanatic Oliver Crangle (Theodore Bikel) has determined that at 4 p.m. he will eliminate all his enemies by shrinking them. But his plan proves to be a little short-sighted.

"The Parallel" (Ep. 113, March 14, 1963, 50 min.) - Astronaut Robert Gaines (Steve Forrest) finds himself back on Earth in a world very similar to, but not quite his own. Even his wife and daughter seem to be strangers.

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Vol. 32
Released On: September 12, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Nightmare as a Child" (Ep. 29, April 29, 1960) - A school teacher who has blocked out the details of her mother's murder encounters a strange little girl intent on making her recall the murderer's identity.

"Person or Persons Unknown" (Ep. 92, March 23, 1962) - David Gurney (Richard Long) wakes up to find himself in a nightmare: no one--not even his wife nor his mother--knows him, and all evidence of his identity has disappeared.

"Printer's Devil" (Ep. 111, February 28, 1963, 50 min.) - When a newspaper editor is at the brink of suicide as his paper is being driven out of business, the devious Mr. Smith (Burgess Meredith) presents an unusual deal guaranteed to boost circulation.

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Vol. 33
Released On: September 12, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"The Little People" (Ep. 93, March 30, 1962) - Spaceship commander Peter Craig declares himself a god when his ship lands on a planet populated by people smaller than ants. After he orders his co-pilot (Claude Akins) to leave, he learns the true nature of power.

"No Time Like the Past" (Ep. 112, March 7, 1963, 50 min.) - Paul Driscoll (Dana Andrews) travels back in time to try to prevent some of history's catastrophes. Unsuccessful, he decides to stay in the past without interfering until disaster strikes closer to home.

"The Encounter" (Ep. 151, May 1, 1964) - In this rarely seen episode, a World War II veteran (Neville Brand) and a Japanese-American gardener (George Takei) battle each other over a war that ended more than 20 years ago. Yet they have more in common than they could imagine.

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Vol. 30
Released On: August 15, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Jess-Belle" (Ep. 109, February 14, 1963, 50 min.) - Billy-Ben Turner (James Best) finds himself enchanted by the beautiful Jess-Belle (Anne Francis), who soon learns the danger of buying a love spell from a witch.

"Sounds and Silences" (Ep. 147, April 3, 1964) - This rarely seen episode features Roswell Flemington (John McGiver), a boisterous man who loves noise. But when his wife leaves him, the volume in his life goes haywire.

"Caesar and Me" (Ep. 148, April 10, 1964) - Broke and jobless, ventriloquist Jonathan West (Jackie Cooper) is no match for his evil dummy, Little Caesar, who grabs the chance to set him up for a fall.

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Vol. 31
Released On: August 15, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Miniature" (Ep. 110, February 21, 1963, 50 min.) - Robert Duvall is a shy bachelor who discovers a miniature doll apparently alive inside a 19th century dollhouse. Fascinated, he whiles away the hours peering into this little world and wishing he were part of it.

"The Jeopardy Room" (Ep. 149, April 17, 1964) - In a deadly game of cat and mouse, Soviet defector Major Ivan Kuchenko (Martin Landau) has three hours to escape from a room with a ticking bomb and a gun pointing at his head.

"Stopover in a Quiet Town" (Ep. 150, April 24, 1964) - Bob and Millie Frazier wake to find themselves in a strange town where everything appears to be fake. There are no other people, though they can hear the giggling of a little girl...

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Vol. 28
Released On: July 11, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"The Whole Truth" (Ep. 50, January 20, 1961) - A special Model A automobile compels used car dealer Harvey Hunnicut (Jack Carson) to tell only the truth. Consequently, he can't sell a single vehicle on his lot--until he comes up with an unusual marketing idea.

"Mute" (Ep. 107, January 31, 1963, 50 min.) - A 12-year-old girl (Ann Jillian) who loses her parents in a fire doesn't speak because she has grown up in a telepathic community. The couple (Frank Overton, Barbara Baxley) who takes her in and her teacher (Irene Dailey) are determined to help her adapt to their society, no matter the cost.

"Queen of the Nile" (Ep. 143, March 6, 1964) - A young, handsome columnist (Lee Philips) is startled to learn that famous movie star Pamela Morris (Ann Blyth) is just as lovely and young-looking as when she starred in the 1940 film "Queen of the Nile." Intrigued, he investigates--and soon learns a terrifying secret.

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Vol. 29
Released On: July 11, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"A Nice Place to Visit" (Ep. 28, April 15, 1960) - After being shot to death, theif Rocky Valentine (Larry Blyden) encounters the amiable white-haired Pip (Sebastian Cabot), who gives Rocky everything he wishes. Heaven! Right?

"A Penny for Your Thoughts" (Ep. 52, February 3, 1961) - The lucky flip of a coin seems to give a mild-mannered bank clerk (Dick York) the power to read minds. But he soon learns that you can't believe everything you read.

"Little Girl Lost" (Ep. 91, March 16, 1962) - A six-year-old girl who can be clearly heard, but not seen, has vanished into a fourth dimension and is trapped there while a hole between two worlds rapidly closes.

"I Am the Night--Color Me Black" (Ep. 146, March 27, 1964) - On the day an unpopular idealist is to be executed for killing a racist bully, Sheriff Charlie Koch (Michael Constantine) and other townsfolk are shocked to see that the skies are pitch black.

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Vol. 26
Released On: June 13, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"The Big Tall Wish" (Ep. 27, April 8, 1960) - An over-the-hill prizefighter (Ivan Dixon) gets a boost from a little boy who's a big fan with a very rare gift in a disillusioned world--an unswerving belief in magic.

"Showdown with Rance McGrew" (Ep. 85, February 2, 1962) - TV cowboy star Rance McGrew (Larry Blyden) finds himself in a real Old West saloon where Jesse James (Arch Johnson) challenges him to a showdown over television's negative depiction of outlaws.

"A Piano in the House" (Ep. 87, February 16, 1962) - Fitzgerald Fortune, a cynical critic (Barry Morse), uses a magical player piano to disclose his party guests' hidden selves. He delights in the game, but when the tables are turned, a painful truth is revealed.

"Night Call" (Ep. 139, February 7, 1964) - Lonely, confined to a wheelchair, Elva Keene (Gladys Cooper) starts to get numerous mysterious phone calls. Terrified, she screams the words that will doom her.

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Vol. 27
Released On: June 13, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"He's Alive" (Ep. 106, January 24, 1963, 50 min.) - Peter Vollmer (Dennis Hopper), a small-time neo-Nazi leader, yearns for more power. Advised by a shadowy benefactor, Vollmer's followers grow, as does his ego.

"From Agnes With Love" (Ep. 140, February 14, 1964) - Wally Cox as computer technician James Elwood must deal with the queen of all femme fatales: a computer named Agnes who wreaks havoc on his love life.

"Spur of the Moment" (Ep. 141, February 21, 1964) - After being chased by a terrifying, unidentified figure in black, Anne Henderson (Diana Hyland) rushes home, where she soon must face the biggest decision of her life.

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Vol. 24
Released On: May 16, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"People Are Alike All Over" (Ep. 25, March 25, 1960) - When a space expedition crashes on Mars, passenger Sam Conrad (Roddy McDowall) is terrified when he encounters Martians. To his initial relief, they are human, extremely friendly and apparently just like us...

"Valley of the Shadow" (Ep. 105, January 17, 1963, 50 min.) - Philip Redfield (Ed Nelson) finds himself trapped in a small town where people can reverse time and do many other amazing things. He is determined to escape and share the town's secrets with the outside world.

"Black Leather Jackets" (Ep. 138, January 31, 1964) - Three tough-looking men on motorcycles disrupt a peaceful suburb when they move in. Yet the neighbors could never imagine just how dangerous these men are. One bit of advice: don't drink the water.

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Vol. 25
Released On: May 16, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Execution" (Ep. 26, April 1, 1960) - In 1880, Joe Caswell (Albert Salmi) is about to be hanged for shooting a man in the back, but his life is spared when a time machine throws him into the future. If only he could escape fate as easily...

"The Hunt" (Ep. 84, January 26, 1962) - An old hillbilly (Arthur Hunnicut) and his hound dog find themselves walking on an unfamiliar path and meet a gatekeeper, who tells them they're at the entrance to heaven. One problem: dogs are not allowed.

"The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross" (Ep. 136, January 3, 1964) - Salvadore Ross (Don Gordon) will stop at nothing to win Leah Maitland's love. Even he trades his youth for money to court her in style. But when he buys compassion, he gets more than he bargained for.

"Number Twelve Looks Just Like You" (Ep. 137, January 24, 1964) - At the age of 19 everyone must undergo an operation that makes them beautiful...and identical to everyone else. But Marilyn Cuberle desperately hangs onto her own identity. Superstar model Suzy Parker is featured.

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Vol. 22
Released On: April 18, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"A World of Difference" (Ep. 23, March 11, 1960) - Arthur Curtis (Howard Duff) thinks he's an average businessman living a normal life. Or is he an actor playing a businessman in an office that's really a set?

"Back There" (Ep. 49, January 13, 1961) - Russell Johnson is Peter Corrigan, a man who travels back in time to the date of President Lincoln's assassination. Will his presence have any impact at all--can he actually change history?

"One More Pallbearer" (Ep. 82, January 12, 1962) - Eccentric millionaire Paul Radin offers the use of his bomb shelter to three people who wronged him. But the price--an apology--may be too high.

"Ring a Ding Girl" (Ep. 133, December 27, 1963) - Hollywood film star Bunny Blake gets an unusual gift from her hometown fan club: a ring that shows old friends' faces, letting her know she's needed back home, where she's about to play the biggest role of her life.

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Vol. 23
Released On: April 18, 2000
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"Long Live Walter Jameson" (Ep. 24, March 18, 1960) - Kevin McCarthy is Professor Walter Jameson, an excellent history teacher who talks about the past as if he had lived it. Little can his students imagine...

"Dead Man's Shoes" (Ep. 83, January 19, 1962) - A vagrant steps into a murdered gangster's expensive shoes and is taken over by the dead man's ghost, who vows to remain on earth to seek revenge against his killer.

"You Drive" (Ep. 134, January 3, 1964) - Driving home one rainy evening, Oliver Pope (Edward Andrews) accidentally hits a boy on a bike, killing him. Pope flees the scene, determined to hide his guilt, but his car has other ideas.

"The Long Morrow" (Ep. 135, January 10, 1964) - Commander Douglas Stansfield (Robert Lansing) and Sandra Horn (Mariette Hartley) fall in love shortly before Stansfield launches into space to begin 40 years in suspended animation. As they dream of being together, their fates take an ironic turn...

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Vol. 20
Released On: March 14, 2000
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"Elegy" (Ep. 20, February 19, 1960) - Three astronauts land on a remote asteroid where everyone is frozen in place in the midst of their activities. The only one who moves is the caretaker (Cecil Kellaway), who reveals that they are in an exclusive cemetery where the deceased's greatest wishes can come true.

"The Thirty-Fathom Grave" (Ep. 104, January 10, 1963, 50 min.) - A mysterious clanging sound is heard within a submerged submarine--20 years after it was sunk by the Japanese during World War II. A sheared periscope? Or ghosts of the drowned crewmen? Chief Bell (Mike Kellin) reveals a guilty secret that has tormented him ever since that horrible event.

"A Short Drink from a Certain Fountain" (Ep. 131, December 13, 1963) - An aging man (Patrick O'Neal) desperate to keep up with his much younger wife (Ruta Lee), tries a highly experimental youth serum. To his wife's delight, he is restored to vigorous young manhood, but the worm soon turns when the serum continues its work...

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Vol. 21
Released On: March 14, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Mirror Image" (Ep. 21, February 26, 1960) - When Millicent Barnes (Vera Miles) spies her exact double at a bus station, she becomes convinced that the double is trying to take her place. Fellow passenger Paul Grinstead (Martin Milner) thinks she's crazy--at first.

"Dust" (Ep. 48, January 6, 1961) - A man is about to be hanged for drunkenly running over a little girl in a decaying town. But when the girl's anguished father (Vladimir Sokoloff) flings "magic dust" into the air, a change comes over the squalid village.

"Five Characters in Search of an Exit" (Ep. 79, December 22, 1961) - A clown, a hobo, a ballet dancer, a bagpipe player and an army major are trapped together in an enormous cylinder. They don't know who they are or how they got there. But when the major tries to escape, they finally learn the truth.

"Ninety Years Without Slumbering" (Ep. 132, December 20, 1963) - Sam Forstmann (Ed Wynn) believes that he will die if his grandfather clock stops. When the clock does begin to wind down, Sam must face his deepest fear.

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Vol. 18
Released On: February 15, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"I Shot an Arrow Into the Air" (Ep. 15, January 15, 1960) - The world's first manned space mission goes awry, stranding the crew on an apparent asteroid that is desolate and waterless. One man ruthlessly grasps for survival before a peculiar symbol reveals the group's true location.

"Death Ship" (Ep. 108, February 7, 1963, 50 min.) - Three astronauts discover a wrecked duplicate of their spaceship and their own dead bodies! Determined to prove that they are alive, Captain Ross (Jack Klugman) launches their spaceship again...and again.

"Still Valley" (Ep. 76, November 24, 1961) - A Confederate soldier (Gary Merrill) gets the chance to win the Civil War for the South. But to do that, he must call on a very dubious ally.

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Vol. 19
Released On: February 15, 2000
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"A Most Unusual Camera" (Ep. 46, December 16, 1960) - Two thieves (Fred Clark and Jean Carson) discover that a camera they have stolen takes pictures of the future. A gold mine in greedy hands. But not every photo develops as might be expected.

"The Jungle" (Ep. 77, December 1, 1961) - Returned from a business trip to Africa, Alan Richards (John Dehner) scoffs at the voodoo lion curse that was placed on him. Yet soon he will sense that something is chasing him through the streets of New York City and hear the sounds of the jungle.

"The 7th Is Made Up of Phantoms" (Ep. 130, December 6, 1963) - A trio of National Guardsmen conducting war exercises near Little Big Horn in 1964 encounters evidence that another battle is going on--one that occurred in 1876.

"Uncle Simon" (Ep. 128, November 15, 1963) - Barbara Polk (Constance Ford) has taken care of her detested Uncle Simon (Cedric Hardwicke) for 25 years, waiting impatiently to inherit his wealth. But his will stipulates that she must take care of his latest invention, a robot with an unnervingly familiar personality.

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Vol. 16
Released On: January 18, 2000
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"And When the Sky Was Opened" (Ep. 11, December 11, 1959) - Col. Clegg Forbes (Rod Taylor) and two fellow astronauts have returned from their first space flight. They soon discover that no one remembers them--as if they never existed.

"In His Image" (Ep. 103, January 3, 1963, 50 min.) - Alan Talbot doesn't understand why his hometown seems so unfamiliar; why is he driven to kill and what are those strange noises in his head? He's about to get some answers when he comes face to face with his double.

"The Last Night of a Jockey" (Ep. 125, October 25, 1963) - Mickey Rooney is Grady, a former jockey, banned from horse racing and down on his luck. When he gets one wish, he grows to over eight-feet tall--which, he'll find out, can be too big.

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Vol. 17
Released On: January 18, 2000
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"What You Need" (Ep. 12, December 25, 1959) - A two-bit thug thinks he's found the key to a better life in an old sidewalk salesman who has the uncanny ability to tell people what they need the most.

"What's in the Box" (Ep. 144, March 13, 1964) - Joe Britt (William Demarest) sees his secret revealed and its horrible consequences on his just-repaired TV set. He frantically tries to alter his fate by confronting his wife (Joan Blondell).

"The Mirror" (Ep. 71, October 20, 1961) - After a poor, but ambitious Central American farm worker (Peter Falk) overthrows his country's tyrannical leader, he believes he sees assassins everywhere. A look in the mirror reveals his most dangerous enemy.

"The Old Man in the Cave" (Ep. 127, November 8, 1963) - A mysterious guardian helps a tiny community survive after the Bomb destroys much of the earth. But spurred on by the bullying outsider Major French (James Coburn), the townspeople become an angry mob bent on learning the secret of "The Old Man in the Cave."

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Vol. 15
Released On: December 21, 1999
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"Escape Clause" (Ep. 6, November 6, 1959) - A hypochondriac (David Wayne) exchanges his soul for immortality and indestructibility. When life soon becomes very boring, his unsuccessful attempts to find new thrills bring unexpected results.

"Nervous Man in a Four Dollar Room" (Ep. 39,
October 14, 1960) - Ordered to commit a murder he doesn't want to perform, a small-time hood nervously looks in the mirror and sees the man he could have been--confident, strong...and determined to get out.

"The Midnight Sun" (Ep. 75, November 17, 1961) - The Earth's orbit has suddenly changed, drawing ever closer to the sun and promising eminent destruction. Or has it? Who really knows how the Earth may be doomed?

"A Kind of Stopwatch" (Ep. 124, October 18, 1963) - The world's biggest bore and most avid talker gets a magical stopwatch that can stop everything except him. But when he misuses it, a wonderful conversation piece becomes a real party killer.

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Vol. 14
Released On: December 21, 1999
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"One for the Angels" (Ep. 2, October 9, 1959) - A salesman (Ed Wynn) cleverly eludes Death. But if he lives, a little girl must die in his place. Only the salesman's greatest pitch can save her!

"The Man in the Bottle" (Ep. 38, October 7, 1960) - A discontented curio shop owner thinks he's finally found happiness when a genie he discovers in an old bottle grants him four wishes. But be careful what you wish for.

"The Arrival" (Ep. 67, September 22, 1961) - A plane lands safely, but all its passengers, pilot and crew are missing! When a veteran FAA investigator is called upon to solve the mystery, his own past provides the answer.

"In Praise of Pip" (Ep. 121, September 27, 1963) - An alcoholic bookie (Jack Klugman) regrets that he wasn't a better father to his son, Pip (Bill Mumy), critically wounded in South Vietnam. A visit to an amusement park gives them both a second chance.

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40th Anniversary Gift Pack
Released On: September 21, 1999
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Night of the Meek" - A forlorn department store Santa has a surprisingly nice Christmas.

"The Invaders" - An woman in an isolated house is stalked by tiny spacemen.

"Nothing in the Dark" - An old woman believes a wounded policeman is really Death.

"Time Enough at Last" - A nuclear war leaves a bookworm with time to read.

"The Monsters are Due on Maple Street" - The residents of a quiet street suspect an alien invasion.

"Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" - A nervous man spots a gremlin on the wing of his plane.

"The Odyssey of Flight 33" - A peculiar tailwind blows a plane off course--by a billion years.

"Steel" - A penniless manager fights, disguised as his robot boxer.

"A Game of Pool" - A pool player dreams of playing against the late great Fats Brown.

"Walking Distance" - A frazzled executive steps back in time and meets--himself!

"Kick the Can" - An old man discovers the secret to regaining youth.

"Mr. Dingle, the Strong" - A man is given super strength by a Martian experimenter.

"Two" - Two survivors from opposing sides of a nuclear war must start a new world.

"A Passage for Trumpet" - After his suicide, an trumpeter is given a second chance.

"The Four of Us are Dying" - A man with the ability to change his face devises a plan to elevate himself.

"Long Distance Call" - Billy's toy
telephone receives calls from his dead Grandma!

"I Sing the Body Electric" - A young girl learns to accept her new grandmother--a robot!

"The Lonely" - A convict jailed on an asteroid is given a female robot companion.

"Probe 7, Over & Out" - The lone survivors of two annihilated planets must begin new lives.

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Vol. 12
Released On: March 16, 1999
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"The Trade-Ins" (Ep. 96, April 20, 1962) - An elderly couple visit the New Life Corporation, hoping to transplant their personalities into youthful artificial bodies. But they can only afford one.

"Sixteen Millimeter Shrine" (Ep. 4, October 23, 1959) - An aging former movie star (Ida Lupino) lives and dreams in the past. Despite the efforts of her agent (Martin Balsam), she refuses to leave her screening room--until she disappears!

"Mr. Denton on Doomsday" (Ep. 3, October 16, 1959) - A has-been, drunk of a gunslinger (Dan Duryea) finds that his fast-draw abilities can actually be restored by drinking a magic potion!

"The Lateness of the Hour" (Ep. 44, December 2, 1960) - Dr. Loren enjoys the faultless robot servants he has invented. His daughter (Inger Stevens), however, feels imprisoned by them--and soon learns how right she is!

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Vol. 13
Released On: March 16, 1999
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Judgment Night" (Ep. 10, December 4, 1959) - In 1942, a German (Nehemiah Persoff) wonders why he's on the deck of a British steamship, with no memory of how he got there, and an overwhelming sense of impending doom.

"The Purple Testament" (Ep. 19, January 12, 1960) - Lt. Fitzgerald has found his own special wartime hell. Looking into the faces of his men prior to battle, he has the disquieting ability to see who is about to die.

"The Obsolete Man" (Ep. 65, June 2, 1961) - In a future state where religion and books have been banned, a librarian (Burgess Meredith) is judged obsolete by the Chancellor (Fritz Weaver) and sentenced to death.

"A Quality of Mercy" (Ep. 80, December 29, 1961) - A soldier (Dean Stockwell) gets a new perspective on war when he is forced to experience it from the enemy's point of view.

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Vol. 06
Released On: March 02, 1999
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"The Passerby" (Ep. 69, October 6, 1961) - On the road home from the Civil War, a Confederate soldier stops at a house. He and the owner, a recent widow, soon realize that all who pass are dead. Including them!

"The Grave" (Ep. 72, October 27, 1961) - Before he died, notorious badman Pinto Sykes put a curse on hired-gun Conny Miller (Lee Marvin). If Miller ever sets foot on his grave, he will kill him--a threat Sykes carries out!

"Death's Head Revisited" (Ep. 74, November 10, 1961) - A former Nazi SS Captain returns to the ruins of a concentration camp to re-live the good old days--until his long-dead victims appear to deliver overdue justice!

"The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank" (Ep. 88, February 23, 1962) - Ever since he came back to life at his own funeral, Jeff hasn't been the same! The townspeople want him out of town, but Jeff says they have no reason to fear him. Or do they?

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Vol. 07
Released On: March 02, 1999
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"Perchance to Dream" (Ep. 9, November 27, 1959) - A man (Richard Conte) is terrified of falling asleep for fear he might die. His pursuer? A mysterious vixen he meets in his dreams! The first non-Rod Serling script of the series.

"The Hitch-Hiker" (Ep. 16, January 22, 1960) - Alone on a cross-country trip, Nan Adams (Inger Stevens) has a blowout. Surviving the incident, she gets back on the road--only to see the same hitch-hiker everywhere she looks!

"King Nine Will Not Return" (Ep. 37, September 20, 1960) - WWII Captain James Embry (Robert Cummings) finds himself next to a crashed plane in a vast desert. Where is his crew? And why are futuristic jet planes flying overhead?

"Shadow Play" (Ep. 62, May 5, 1961) - Trapped in a recurring nightmare, a man (Dennis Weaver) tries to persuade those who are sentencing him to death that the whole scenario is not real. Will they ever listen?

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Vol. 08
Released On: March 02, 1999
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Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Third from the Sun" (Ep. 14, January 8, 1960) - With all-out nuclear war about to ignite, William Sturka (Fritz Weaver) and a friend steal an experimental spaceship, load their families, and set out for an unknown planet.

"The Shelter" (Ep. 68, September 29, 1961) - When a UFO invasion appears imminent, several suburban friends and neighbors are reduced to selfish, conniving animals in a fight over one family's bomb shelter.


"To Serve Man" (Ep. 89, March 2, 1962) - The Kanamits, 9 foot tall aliens, arrive on Earth with one lofty goal: To Serve Man. They end war. They end famine. Theymake the military wonder: What's the catch?

"The Fugitive" (Ep. 90, March 9, 1962) - Old Ben is a fugitive from outer space with a heart of gold. He risks it all to help a crippled little girl--without fear that alien pursuers from his home planet will find him!

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Vol. 09
Released On: February 23, 1999
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"Nick of Time" (Ep. 43, November 18, 1960) - A superstitious newlywed (William Shatner) becomes obsessed by a penny fortune-telling machine. But are his pennies revealing his future--or determining it?

"The Prime Mover" (Ep. 57, March 24, 1961) - Ace Larsen has discovered that his business partner (Buddy Ebsen) can move things with his mind! They set out for Las Vegas and win--for a while anyway.

"It's a Good Life" (Ep. 73, November 3, 1961) - He knows your every thought, can feel your every emotion. He can eliminate all you hold dear. Who is he? A 6 year old boy (Billy Mumy) from Peaksville, Ohio!

"The Mind and the Matter" (Ep. 63, May 12, 1961) - A book on the power of thought enables an irritable worker (Shelley Berman) to re-create the world exactly as he wants it. But what he wants and what he gets are two different things!

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Vol. 10
Released On: February 23, 1999
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"The Last Flight" (Ep. 18, February 5, 1960) - A World War I Flying Ace flies through a mysterious cloud--and lands at a modern U.S. air base in the year 1960! But the strange part is yet to come.

"Once Upon a Time" (Ep. 78, December 15, 1961) - Woodrow (Buster Keaton), a janitor living in the year 1890, accidentally activates a time-travelling helmet which transports him to 1962--then promptly breaks down!

"A Hundred Yards Over the Rim" (Ep. 59, April 7, 1961) - In 1847, a western settler (Cliff Robertson) sets out to find medicine for his dying son--and stumbles into modern-day New Mexico. He returns with much more than just medicine.

"The Trouble with Templeton" (Ep. 45, December 9, 1960) - Booth Templeton (Brian Ahern) is an aging actor who longs for the old days when his wife was alive. Miraculously, he is given a sobering glimpse of the past he holds so dear.

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Vol. 11
Released On: February 23, 1999
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"The Dummy" (Ep. 98, May 4, 1962) - A ventriloquist (Cliff Robertson) is convinced that his dummy, Willie, is alive and evil. He makes plans for a new act with a new dummy. Plans that Willie does not support!

"The Fever" (Ep. 17, January 29, 1960) - Tight-fisted Franklin Gibbs is not pleased when his wife wins a trip for two to Las Vegas. But things change when he falls under the spell of a slot machine that calls his name.

"Living Doll" (Ep. 126, November 1, 1963) - Erich (Telly Savalas) is displeased when his wife buys an expensive doll for his step-daughter. He becomes even more displeased when the doll tells him it doesn't like him!

"The After Hours" (Ep. 34, June 10, 1960) - A woman (Anne Francis) discovers that the floor of a department store, on which she bought a gold thimble, doesn't exist--and that her "saleslady" is really a mannequin!

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Vol. 04
Released On: January 19, 1999
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Mr. Dingle, the Strong" (Ep. 55, March 3, 1959) - A timid salesman (Burgess Meredith) is given super strength by a Martian experimenter. He eventually returns to normal--briefly. For the experiments have just begun!

"Two" (Ep. 66, September 15, 1961) - Two lone survivors (Elizabeth Montgomery, Charles Bronson) of a nuclear holocaust must start the world anew--a difficult prospect since they are from opposing sides in the war!

"A Passage for Trumpet" (Ep. 32, May 20, 1960) - After committing suicide, an unsuccessful trumpet player (Jack Klugman) is given a second chance at life. But first he must learn what it means to be dead in a world full of life.

"The Four of Us are Dying" (Ep. 13, January 1, 1960) - Gifted with the ability to change his face, Arch Hammer devises a plan to elevate himself. The plan works perfectly until he's caught with the wrong face at the wrong time!

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Vol. 05
Released On: January 19, 1999
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Long Distance Call" (Ep. 58, March 31, 1961) - Before Grandma dies, she gave Billy a toy telephone. When he uses it to talk to her, his parents dismiss it as imagination--until Billy decides to join his Grandma!

"I Sing the Body Electric" (Ep. 100, May 18, 1962) - Anne (Veronica Cartwright) must learn to understand and accept that her new grandmother can be tender, loving, thoughtful and caring. Even if she is a robot.

"The Lonely" (Ep. 7, November 13, 1959) - A convicted murderer (Jack Warden) incarcerated on a distant asteroid is dying of loneliness. Then a supply ship captain leaves him a female robot--and a dilemma!

"Probe 7, Over & Out" (Ep. 129, November 29, 1963) - The lone survivors of two annihilated planets become stranded on the same remote world. Together they must begin new lives on this new planet. A planet called Earth.

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Vol. 01
Released On: December 29, 1998
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Night of the Meek" (Ep. 47, December 23, 1960) - Christmas in the Twilight Zone. Art Carney is a forlorn department store Santa who takes to drinking--only to find himself experiencing the nicest Christmas ever!

"The Invaders" (Ep. 51, January 27, 1961) - A flying saucer lands in the attic of an isolated house inhabited by an impoverished woman--who soon becomes panic-stricken as tiny spacemen begin to stalk her!

"Nothing in the Dark" (Ep. 81, January 5, 1962) - An old woman has fought with death a thousand times and has always won. But now she finds herself afraid to let a wounded policeman (Robert Redford) in her door for fear he is Mr. Death. Is he?

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Vol. 02
Released On: December 29, 1998
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Time Enough at Last" (Ep. 8, November 20, 1959) - A bookworm (Burgess Meredith) yearns for more time to read--then a nuclear holocaust leaves him alone in the world with lots of time, plenty to read, and one ironic twist!

"The Monsters are Due on Maple Street" (Ep. 22, March 4, 1960) - Inexplicable events cause the residents of quiet Maple Street to erupt into rioting. The residents suspect an alien invasion has occurred. If so, where are the alien monsters?

"Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" (Ep. 123, October 11, 1963) - A salesman (William Shatner) recovering from a nervous breakdown spots a gremlin on the wing of his plane. When he attempts to alert the others, his nightmare truly begins!

"The Odyssey of Flight 33" (Ep. 54, February 24, 1961) - Flight 33 picks up a peculiar tailwind and is blown off course. After apparently correcting the problem, the flight arrives at its destination--a billion years ahead of schedule!

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Vol. 03
Released On: December 29, 1998
Region: 1
Production Company: Hit Entertainment

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"Steel" (Ep. 122, October 4, 1963) - In the future, only androids are allowed to box. Desperate to raise money, penniless manager Steel Kelly (Lee Marvin) must fight disguised as his own broken-down robot.

"A Game of Pool" (Ep. 70, October 13, 1961) - Jesse (Jack Klugman) is a brilliant pool player whose dream of a showdown with the legendary (and dead) Fats Brown (Jonathan Winters) comes true. The stakes: his life.

"Walking Distance" (Ep. 5, October 30, 1959) - Martin Sloan (Gig Young) is a frazzled executive who learns that you can't go home again after he steps back in time and meets his mom, his dad--and himself!

"Kick the Can" (Ep. 86, February 9, 1962) - Has an old man at Sunnyvale Rest Home discovered a secret to regaining youth? After playing a simple child's game, he and the other residents are rewarded with rejuvenating powers!

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More Treasures of the Twilight Zone
Released On: November 24, 1998
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"The Masks" (Ep. 145, March 20, 1964) - Knowing he is about to die, Foster summons his greedy heirs to his mansion for a bizarre Mardi Gras ritual--and gives them the inheritance they so richly deserve!

"Eye of the Beholder" (Ep. 42, November 11, 1960) - Janet's hideous face has made her an outcast all her life. As she awaits the results of her last-chance surgery, she ponders the consequences of failure--to be banished forever to a village of freaks!

"The Howling Man" (Ep. 41, November 4, 1960) - During a walking trip of central Europe following WWII, Ellington loses his way. Exhausted, he comes upon a monastery where an insane monk claims he's captured the Devil himself! Atmospheric music by Bernard Hermann gives strength to this devilish tale.

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Treasures of the Twilight Zone
Released On: November 24, 1997
Region: 1
Production Company: Image Entertainment

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"Where is Everybody?" (Ep. 1, October 2, 1959) - Mike Ferris finds himself in a town strangely devoid of people. But despite the emptiness, he has the odd feeling that he's being watched. The premiere episode of the series.

"The Encounter" (Ep. 151, May 1, 1964) - Fenton, a WWII veteran, proudly show his captured samurai sword to Arthur Takamuri, a young Japanese/American gardener--who picks it up and instantly know he must kill his host! A rare and much sought-after non-syndicated episode!

"An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" (Ep. 142, February 28, 1964) - A Confederate spy is spared death when the rope meant to hang him miraculously breaks. Or does it? This French short subject, aired once on "The Twilight Zone," was the 1963 Academy Award winner for Best Short Film.

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Warning: The Twilight Zone guide may contain spoilers
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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