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Episode Info


Episode number: 2x22
Production Number: 34310
Airdate: Wednesday November 03rd, 1971



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Guest Stars
Glenn Corbett
As Richard Alden

Co-Guest Stars
Robert Hogan
As Jim Emsden
Barbara Babcock
As Flora Alden
Sue Taylor
As Elizabeth
Pamelyn Ferdin
As Frances Anne
Main Cast
Episode Notes
Based on the short story "Brenda" by Margaret St. Clair. The story was first published in Weird Tales (March 1954).

Douglas Hayes wrote the teleplay under the pseudonym "Matthew Howard."



Episode Quotes
Host: There's something rather remarkable in the scope of imagination peculiar to children. they project and dream and fantasize with beauty and simplicity and faith, in a manner that somehow eludes us as we grow older. This is Brenda, and Brenda has a playmate. It comes to her in part because of loneliness, and what I wish for you is that you never get that lonely.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorRod Serling
ProducerJack Laird
Costume DesignerBill Jobe
Set DecoratorJohn M. Dwyer
Director of PhotographyLeonard J. South  |  Lionel Lindon
Art DirectorJoseph Alves, Jr.
Main Title DesignWayne Fitzgerald
Music ScoreEddie Sauter
Film EditorJean-Jacques Berthelot
SoundRoger A. Parish  |  David H. Moriarty
Assistant DirectorRalph Sariego  |  Lester William Berke
Unit ManagerBurt Astor
Assistant To The ProducerAnthony Redman
Editorial SupervisorRichard Belding
Theme MusicGil Melle
Gallery PaintingsThomas J. Wright  |  Logan Elston  |  Phil Bandierle
 
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