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  1. The Bewitchin' Pool: Directed by Joseph M. Newman. With Mary Badham, Dee Hartford, Tod Andrews, Jeffrey Byron. Two children escape their bickering parents through a portal in the bottom of their swimming pool to a magical land watched over by a kind old woman the children call Aunt T.

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    • Drama, Fantasy, Horror
    • Joseph M. Newman
    • 1964-06-19
  2. Jeffrey Byron (as Tim Stafford) as Jeb Sharewood; Kim Hector as Whitt; Georgia Simmons as Aunt T; Dee Hartford as Mrs. Gloria Sharewood; Tod Andrews as Mr. Gil Sharewood; Episode notes. This was the final original episode of the original Twilight Zone series to be broadcast, though not the last to be

  3. Byron was born in Santa Monica, California, the third son of English actress Anna Lee by her second husband, George Stafford. He appeared at the 31st Emmy Award ceremony (1979), accepting his mother's lifetime achievement award. In 1964 he appeared in "The Bewitchin' Pool", the last original broadcast episode of The Twilight Zone.

  4. Air date: May 29, 1964. The 156th and last episode of the original 1959-64 edition of The Twilight Zone. Sport Sharewood (Mary Badham; voice dubbed by June Foray in some scenes) and her brother Jeb (Tim Stafford) live in a large, expensive house, but their parents (Gil [Tod Andrews] and Gloria [Dee Hartford]) are both cold, insensitive and self ...

  5. The Twilight Zone had, on several occasions, achieved true TV greatness during its first three seasons. But as the end approached, the folks in charge--from Serling and producer Froug on down--- just couldn't deliver anything close to the quality of those earlier shows, for a variety of reasons.

  6. Jun 19, 2024 · June 19, 1964 - Tonight on “The Twilight Zone,” two children (Mary Badham, pictured, and Tim Stafford) escape their bickering parents (Dee Hartford and Tod Andrews) through a portal in the bottom of their swimming pool to a magical land watched over by a kind old woman the children call “Aunt T” (Georgia Simmons). 9:30 p.m. on CBS.

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