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Twilight Zone - Vol. 42...Starring: Burt Reynolds (used DVD)

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Directors: David Butler, Ted Post, Joseph Newman; List Price: $24.99; Format: DVD; Rating: Not Rated; Recording Mode: Mono; Length: 100 minutes (B&W); UPC: 014381895926. Condition: Good. Back of cover insert has slight damage on bottom, disc has some surface scratches, and disc holder is partly broken. Overall cover still looks nice, and disc is guaranteed to play without problems. This series does not include chapter index inserts. Same cover design as that shown here.


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.

The Bard, Episode 120
Former streetcar conductor Julius Moomer (Jack Weston) aspires to be a highly paid TV writer, but is handicapped by a severe talent deficiency. His fortunes take a sudden upswing when, practicing a bit of black magic in his tiny apartment, he conjures up the ghost of William Shakespeare (John Williams). Unfortunately, not even Shakespeare's brilliance is any match for the formidability of bullheaded TV sponsors and network censors. A young Burt Reynolds steals the show as Brando-esque actor Rocky Rhodes, while Jack Weston's star wife Marge Redmond appears in a supporting role. Written by Rod Serling, "The Bard" was the last of the hour-long Twilight Zone episodes to be telecast and first aired on May 23, 1963.

The Fear, Episode 155
Investigating a strange series of occurences--eerie noises, flashing lights, and reports of giant monsters--state trooper Robert Franklin (Mark Richman) is forced to take refuge in a mountain cabin occupied by vacationing fashion designer Charlotte Scott (Hazel Court). Though Charlotte herself has seen and heard the weird noises and images, Franklin remains skeptical until he too is barraged by these seemingly-extraterrestrial cannonades. Before long, both Franklin and Charlotte are fighting for their lives against a huge, apparently invulnerable space alien...but this being The Twilight Zone, all is not quite what it seems. Written by Rod Serling, "The Fear" first aired May 29, 1964.

The Bewitchin' Pool, Episode 156
Written by Earl Hamner, Jr., this late Twilight Zone episode shows evidence of production difficulties and post-production tampering. This is indicated by the repetition of several key scenes and the curious decision to dub the voice of child actress Mary Badham (of To Kill a Mockingbird fame) with that of adult actress June Foray, whose voice is easily recognized as that of Rocky from The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. Whatever the case, this is the story of Sport (Badham) and Jeb (Tim Stafford), two wealthy southern kids who would give anything to escape their parents' constant quarreling. While lolling near the swimming pool in their suburban backyard, the kids are astonished when a Huck Finn-ish young boy suddenly emerges from the water and beckons them to dive in. They do so, resurfacing in an idyllic backwoods setting populated by disenfranchised children and presided over by benevolent "earth mother" Aunt T (Georgia Simmons). With the telecast of "The Bewitchin' Pool" on June 19, 1964, the five-year saga of The Twilight Zone came to an end.

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