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There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition. And it lies between the pit of man’s fears and the summit of his knowledge.
This is the dimension of imagination. It is an area which we call THE TWILIGHT ZONE.
Those were the first words that echoed when The Twilight Zone first aired in 1959. Its episodes featured stories of the bizarre and unexplained, blended with humour and often with an unexpected twist to the tale. Created by the legendary Rod Serling, its eclectic mix of fantasy and sci-fi has helped to define it as one of television’s most original and celebrated series.
Released digitally remastered for the first time in the UK, this 6 disc set contains all 36 episodes from the first season as well as special features:
Where Is Everybody?
One For The Angels
Mr Denton On Doomsday
The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine
Where is Everybody: isolated music score
The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine: isolated music score
Walking Distance: isolated music score; Rod Serling audio lecture
The Lonely: isolated music score
Time Enough at Last
Perchance to Dream
And When The Sky Was Opened
What You Need
The Four of Us Are Dying
Third From The Sun
I Shot An Arrow Into The Air
Time Enough at Last: audio interview with Burgess Meredith
Perchance to Dream: isolated music score
And When The Sky Was Opened: isolated music score; Rod Serling audio lecture; audio interview with Douglas Heyes
What You Need: isolated music score
The Four of Us Are Dying: isolated music score
Third From The Sun: isolated music score; audio interview with Richard L Bare
The Last Flight
The Purple Testament
The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street
The Hitch-Hiker: isolated music score
The Purple Testament: isolated music score
Elegy: isolated music score
Mirror Image: isolated music score
The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street: isolated music score
A World Of Difference
Long Live Walter Jameson
People Are Alike All Over
The Big Tall Wish
A Nice Place To Visit
Nightmare As A Child
A World Of Difference: isolated music score
Long Live Walter Jameson: audio commentary
The Big Tall Wish: isolated music score
A Nice Place To Visit: isolated music score
Nightmare As A Child: isolated music score
A Stop At Willoughby
A Passage For Trumpet
The After Hours
The Mighty Casey
A World Of His Own
A Stop At Willoughby: audio interview with Buck Houghton
The Chaser: isolated music score; audio interview with Buck Houghton
A Passage For Trumpet: isolated music score
The After Hours: audio interview with Anne Francis and Douglas Heyes
The Mighty Casey: Rod Serling audio lecture; gallery of rare photographs
A World Of His Own: audio interview with Richard Matheson
All extra features:
Original plot version of ‘Where Is Everybody?’ This unaired episode is presented in its uncut version and includes the original narration by Westbrook Van Voorhis, which was later replaced by Rod Serling for the 2 October 1959 broadcast. The episode is introduced by Rod Serling in a filmed sales pitch to network sponsors.
Also includes alternative opening sequence narration and alternative closing sequence narration.
Liar’s Club (1970’s game show) in colour. Hosted by Rod Serling
Rod Serling Blooper to camera
Emmy Awards: clips from the Emmy Awards ceremony featuring wins for The Twilight Zone in the writing and cinematography categories.
Original Twilight Zone Billboards: animated advertising.
Photo Gallery: Behind the scenes stills from the first season.
Really good to catch up with these golden oldies. I loved this show as a kid and I am really enjoying this boxset!Published 28 days ago by Mark S
Despite following the advice on Amazon prime to buy via the web site as opposed to the app, I followed their advice and still have no Amazon prime viewPublished 1 month ago by J. A. Dunning
Wonderful. Watched these as a kid and so pleasing to revisit these brilliant short tales.Published 4 months ago by Pamela E. Mcnamara
This is a brilliant DVD collection and I can remember when it originally was on tv. However, it would not play on my DVD player as it was not the correct format. Read morePublished 5 months ago by eclipsechaser
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