||Released On: June 13, 2000|
Production Company: Image Entertainment
"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.
Number of Discs: 1
Number of Episodes: 4
Running Time: 100 mins
Video: Full Frame (1.33:1)
Audio: English - Mono
* "Inside the Twilight Zone" section with the series history, episode reviews, cast info, season-by-season commentary and Serling bio by "Twilight Zone Companion" author Marc Scott Zicree