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Newburgh Chandler PL - Bell Road Library DVD (SERIES) TWILIGHT V.10 (SCI-FIC) (Text) 39206020454763 Audiovisual - Series Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 1 videodisc (100 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: Chatsworth, Ca. : CBS Video : [1999]

Content descriptions

General Note:
Four episodes from the television series.
Title from container.
Includes: "Inside the Twilight zone" section, written by Marc Scott Zicree; reviews of each episode; history the Twilight zone; season-by-season commentary.
Formatted Contents Note:
The Last flight (Episode 18, February 5, 1960) -- Once upon a time, (Episode 78, December 15, 1961) -- A Hundred yards over the rim, (Episode 59, April 7, 1961) -- The Trouble with Templeton, (Episode 45, December 9, 1960).
Creation/Production Credits Note:
The Last flight: director William Claxton, writer Richard Matheson ; Once upon a time: directors Norman Z. McLeod & Les Goodwins, writer Richard Matheson ; A Hundred yards over the rim: director Buzz Kulik, writer Rod Serling ; The trouble with Templeton: director Buzz Kulik. writer E. Jack Neuman.
Participant or Performer Note:
The Last flight: Kenneth Haigh; Once upon a time: Buster Keaton; A Hundred yards over the rim: Cliff Robertson; The Trouble with Templeton: Brian Ahern.
Summary, etc.:
The Last flight: A world War I pilot lands his plane in 1960. Once upon a time: An 1890's janitor time-travels to 1962. A Hundred yards over the rim: A western settler from 1847 finds help in 1960's New Mexico. The Trouble with templeton: An aging actor's rosy view of the past hides quite a few thorns.
System Details Note:
DVD; Dolby digital mono; NTSC.
Subject: Digital recordings.
Genre: Paranormal drama.
Science fiction television programs.
Fantasy television programs.

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