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Newburgh Chandler PL - Bell Road Library DVD (SERIES) TWILIGHT V.17 (SCI-FIC) (Text) 39206020457022 Audiovisual - Series Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 1 videodisc (100 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: [New York?] : CBS Worldwide ; [1999]

Content descriptions

General Note:
Four episodes from the television program The twilight zone.
Program notes, including special features on container.
Formatted Contents Note:
What you need -- What's in the box -- The mirror -- The old man in the cave.
Creation/Production Credits Note:
Producer of the TV series, Rod Serling. To serve man: Director, Richard L. Bare ; writers, Rod Serling, Damon Knight. Judgment night: Director, John Brahm ; writer/narrator, Rod Serling ; producer, Buck Houghton.
Participant or Performer Note:
Steve Cochran, Ernest Truex (What you need) ; Joan Blondell, William Demarest (What's in the box) ; Peter Falk, Will Kuluva (The mirror) ; James Coburn, John Anderson (The old man in the cave) ; each episode narrated by Rod Serling.
Date/Time and Place of an Event Note:
What you need (episode 12) was originally broadcast Dec. 25, 1959 ; What's in the box (episode 144) on Mar. 13, 1964 ; The mirror (episode 71) on Oct. 20, 1961 ; The old man in the cave (episode 127) on Nov 8, 1963.
Summary, etc.:
In What you need, a two-bit thug thinks he's found the key to a better life in an sidewalk salesman who has the uncanny ability to tell people what they need the most. In What's in the box, Joe Britt 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. In The mirror, after a poor, but ambitious Central American farm worker overthrow's his country's tyrannical leader, he believes he sees assasins everywhere. A look in the mirror reveals his most dangerous enemy. In The old man in the cave, 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, the townspeople become an angry mob bent on learning the secret of the old man in the cave.
Target Audience Note:
Not rated.
System Details Note:
Subject: Digital recordings.
Genre: Science fiction television programs.
Fantasy television programs.
Television adaptations.

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