The Twilight Zone (TV Series 1959–1964) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
In Praise of Pip: Directed by Joseph M. Newman. With Jack Klugman, Connie Gilchrist, Bobby Diamond, Bill Mumy. A wearied bookie, learning of his grown soldier son Pip dying in South Vietnam, gets to spend one last delightful hour with a ten-year-old version of him at an amusement park.
- Joseph M. Newman
- Jack Klugman, Connie Gilchrist, Bobby Diamond
The Mighty Casey: Directed by Alvin Ganzer, Robert Parrish. With Rod Serling, Jack Warden, Abraham Sofaer, Robert Sorrells. A down-and-out baseball team's fortunes are lifted by a mysterious but seemingly unbeatable young player.
- Alvin Ganzer, Robert Parrish
- Rod Serling, Jack Warden, Abraham Sofaer
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The Lonely: Directed by Jack Smight. With Rod Serling, Jack Warden, John Dehner, Jean Marsh. A convict, living alone on an asteroid, receives from the police a realistic woman-robot.
- Jack Smight
- Rod Serling, Jack Warden, John Dehner
The Shelter: Directed by Lamont Johnson. With Larry Gates, Joseph Bernard, Jack Albertson, Peggy Stewart. A suburban dinner party is interrupted by a bulletin warning of an impending nuclear attack.
- Lamont Johnson
- Larry Gates, Joseph Bernard, Jack Albertson
Twilight Zone: The Movie opened on June 24, 1983, and received mixed reviews. Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times rated each segment individually, awarding them (on a scale of four stars): two for the prologue and first segment, one-and-a-half for the second, three-and-a-half stars for the third, and three-and-a-half for the final.
The Twilight Zone is an American media franchise based on the anthology television series created by Rod Serling.The episodes are in various genres, including fantasy, science fiction, absurdism, dystopian fiction, suspense, horror, supernatural drama, black comedy, and psychological thriller, often concluding with a macabre or unexpected twist, and usually with a moral.
An audio adaptation of "The Lonely", featuring Mike Starr as Corry, was produced for radio in the mid-2000s; it was released on CD by CBS Consumer Products in 2007 as part of The Twilight Zone Radio Dramas Vol. 4. In 2007, "The Lonely" was produced for the stage by 4 Letter Entertainment. Production information
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