The twilight zone. / Collection 4 created by Rod Serling ; produced by Cayuga Productions, Inc. in association with the CBS Television Network.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.
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- Physical Description: 9 videodiscs (approximately 900 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [Beverly Hills, CA] : CBS Worldwide ; 
Videodisc release of twenty eight episodes of the 1960-1964 television series.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Vol. 28. episode 50 (1961). Whole truth / directed by James Sheldon ; written by Rod Serling ; produced by Buck Houghton ; episode 107 (1963). Mute ; episode 143 (1964). Queen of the Nile -- vol. 29. episode 28 (1960). Nice place to visit / directed by John Brahm ; written by Charles Beaumont ; produced by Buck Houghton ; episode 52 (1961). Penny for your thoughts / directed by James Sheldon ; written by George Clayton Johnson ; produced by Buck Houghton ; episode 91 (1962). Little girl lost ; episode 146 (1964). I am the night, color me black.
Vol. 30. episode 109 (1963). Jesse-Belle ; episode 147 (1964). Sounds and silence ; episode 148. Caesar and me -- vol. 31. episode 110 (1963). Miniature ; episode 149 (1964). Jeopardy room ; episode 150 (1964). Stopover in a quiet town -- vol. 32. episode 29 (1960). Nightmare as a child / directed by Alvin Ganzer ; written by Rod Serling ; produced by Buck Houghton ; episode 92 (1962). Person or persons unknown ; episode 111 (1963). Printer's devil -- vol. 33. episode 93 (1962). Little people ; episode 112 (1963). No time like the past ; episode 151 (1964). Encounter.
Vol. 34. episode 30 (1960). Stop at Willoughby / directed by Robert Parrish ; written by Rod Serling ; produced by Buck Houghton ; episode 53 (1961). Twenty-two / directed by Jack Smight ; written by Rod Serling ; produced by Buck Houghton ; episode 114 (1963). I dream of genie -- vol. 35. episode 56 (1961). Static / directed by Buzz Kulik ; written by Charles Beaumont ; produced by Buck Houghton ; episode 94 (1962). Four o'clock ; episode 113 (1963). Parallel.
vol. 36. episode 31 (1960). Chaser / directed by Douglas Heyes; teleplay by Robert Presnell, Jr. ; produced by Buck Houghton ; episode 60 (1961). Rip Van Winkle caper / directed by Justus Addiss ; written by Rod Serling ; produced by Buck Houghton ; episode 115 (1963). New exhibit.
|Creation/Production Credits Note:||
Director of photography, Robert Pittack (Mute, Jesse-Belle, Miniature, Stopover, Person, Time, Parallel), Charles Wheeler (Queen), George T. Clemens (Nice, Penny, Little, Night, Sound, Caesar, Jeopardy, Nightmare, Printer's, People, Encounter, Stop, Dream, Four, Chaser, Rip, New) ; film editor, Eda Warren (Mute, Time, Dream), Richard Heermance (Queen, Encounter), Joseph Gluck (Nice, Stop), Leon Barsha (Penny), Jason H. Bernie (Little, People, Four, Rip), Richard Heermance (Night, Caesar), Edward Curtiss (Jess-Belle, Miniature), Richard W. Farrell (Sounds, Jeopardy, Printer's), Thomas W. Scott (Stopover), Bill Mosher (Nightmare, Person, Chaser), Al Clark (Parallel), Everett Dodd (New) ; music, Fred Steiner (Mute, Miniature, Dream), Lucien Moraweck (Queen), Van Cleave (Jess-Belle), Richard Shores (Caesar), Jerry Goldsmith (Nightmare), Nathan Scott (Stop).
|Participant or Performer Note:||
Host, Rod Serling.
Selected cast members: Jack Carson, Loring Smith, Barbara Baxley, Frank Overton, Ann Blyth, Lee Philips, Larry Blyden, Sebatian Cabot, Dick York, Sarah Marshall, Robert Sampson, Michael Constantine, Paul Fix, Anne Francis, James Best, John McGiver, Jackie Cooper, Robert Duvall, Pert Kelton, Martin Landau, Barry Nelson, Nancy Malone, Janice Rule, Shepperd Strudwick, Richard Long, Robert Sterling, Patricia Crowley, Joe Maross, Claude Akins, Dana Andrews, Neville Brand, George Takei, James Daly, Barbara Nichols, Jonathan Harris, Howard Morris, Patricia Barry, Dean Jagger, Carmen Mathews, Theodore Bikel, Steve Forrest, John McIntire, Simon Oakland, Oscar Beregi, Martin Balsam.
A collection of episodes from the television program The twilight zone that explores phenomena such as parapsychology, time travel and life on other planets.
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|System Details Note:||
DVD, NTSC; Dolby digital, mono.
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