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Twilight Zone - Vol. 35...Starring: Steve Forrest (used DVD)

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Directors: Buzz Kulik, Lamont Johnson, Alan Crosland, Jr.; List Price: $24.99; Format: DVD; Release Date: Oct 2000; Rating: Not Rated; Recording Mode: Mono; Length: 100 minutes (B&W); UPC: 014381895223. Condition: Like New. Disc in excellent condition and in shiny, NEW case with original artwork. This series does not include chapter index inserts.

Synopsis:

This disc contains three episodes of the beloved science fiction anthology series The Twilight Zone, each presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Mono. There are neither subtitles nor closed captions on this release. Supplemental materials include trivia, reviews, information on cast members, and an inside look at the history of the show written by the author of The Twilight Zone Companion. See below for individual episode descriptions.

Static, Episode 56
Dean Jagger stars as Ed Lindsay, a cranky middle-aged man living in a boarding house with several other old-timers, including his former fiancée Vinnie Brown (Carmen Mathews). Fed up with television, Ed squirrels himself away in his room where he begins tooling around with the antique radio he's found in the cellar. Before long, he is receiving broadcasts from the 1930's and 1940's--live broadcasts, not reruns. Having opened a window to the past, Ed desperately tries to correct several mistakes he's made in life. Scripted by Charles Beaumont from a story by OCee Ritch, "Static" was originally telecast March 10, 1961 (and yes, that voice emanating from Ed's old-time radio does belong to future Hogan's Heroes star Bob Crane).

Four O'Clock, Episode 94
Rod Serling adapted the teleplay for this Twilight Zone episode from a short story by Price Day that first appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. Decked out in coke-bottle glasses and greased-down hair, Theodore Bikel is malevolence personified as Oliver Crangle, a self-appointed "social conscience" who spends all his waking hours persecuting innocent people whom he has designated as evil. After casually ruining several lives, Crangle declares that he has in his possession the means to shrink all evil people in the world to a height of two feet--and that this metamorphosis will occur exactly at 4:00. Appearing as Crangle's landlady is Angela Lansbury's mother, actress Moyna McGill. "Four O'Clock" was first telecast on April 6, 1962.

The Parallel, Episode 113
While on an orbital flight, American astronaut Robert Gaines (Steve Forrest) experiences a sudden blackout. He then awakens in a hospital room surrounded by his friends, loved ones and fellow officers, and is told that his spacecraft somehow managed to land by itself. All well and good--until Gaines begins to suspect that the world on which he landed was not the world he had originally left behind. Written by Rod Serling, the 60-minute Twilight Zone episode "The Parallel" first aired March 14, 1963.

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