Box set: The Twilight Zone: The Complete Collection
Barcode 014381247428
Release Date 10/3/2006

Twilight Zone: The Complete Collection
Image (1959)
TV Series  /  Adventure, Fantasy, Mystery
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IMDB   9.0
30 mins USA / English
DVD  Region 1   NR (Not Rated)
Rod Serling Narrator
Robert McCord Waiter
S. John Launer Mr. Harrington
Bernard Sell Executive
Jack Warden James A. Corry
J. Pat O'Malley Homburg
George Mitchell Old Man
Bill Erwin Man
Jay Overholts Doctor
Don Anderson Shopper
Ted De Corsia Marty Sall
Ed Binns Col. Bob Donlin
Brad Brown Student
Sue Randall Nurse
Joseph Glick Rally Spectator
John Conwell Elevator Man
Martin Landau Dan Hotaling
Roddy McDowall Sam Conrad
Burgess Meredith Henry Bemis
Martin Balsam Danny Weiss
Keenan Wynn Gregory West
Rod Taylor Lieutenant Colonel Clegg Forbes
Ben Wright Captain Wilbur
Murray Hamilton Mr. Death
John McIntire Prof. A. Daemon
Director
Jack Smight
Ron Winston
Stuart Rosenberg
Ted Post
Robert Florey
Mitchell Leisen
Ralph Nelson
Richard L. Bare
Don Medford
Robert Parrish
Douglas Heyes
John Brahm
Alvin Ganzer
Robert Stevens
David Orrick McDearmon
Producer Rod Serling
Buck Houghton
Writer Richard Matheson
Charles Beaumont
Lucille Fletcher
Rod Serling
John Collier
Henry Kuttner
C.L. Moore
George Clayton Johnson
Paul W. Fairman
Lynn Venable
Madelon Champion
Robert Presnell Jr.
Cinematography Joseph LaShelle
Harry J. Wild
George T. Clemens
Harkness Smith
Musician Bernard Herrmann
Jerry Goldsmith
Leonard Rosenman
Leith Stevens
Franz Waxman
Lyn Murray
Van Cleave
Lucien Moraweck
Nathan Scott
René Garriguenc


The Twilight Zone was a popular American anthology series. The series was a collection of various tales that range from the tragic to the comedic. They may be scary or just thought-provoking. Most episodes have unexpected endings and a moral lesson. But, no matter what, it's "a journey into a wondrous land, whose boundaries are that of the imagination."
Episodes
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    10/2/1959  1.  S1E1: Where Is Everybody?
Mike Ferris finds himself in a town strangely devoid of people. But despite the emptiness, he has the odd feeling that he's being watched...
Guest starring:  Earl Holliman, James Gregory,  Paul LangtonJay Overholts, Garry Walberg, Carter Mullaly, Jim Johnson,  John Conwell, James McCallion
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    10/9/1959  2.  S1E2: One for the Angels
A street salesman cleverly eludes Death. But if he lives, a little girl must die in his place.
Guest starring:  Ed WynnMurray Hamilton, Dana Dillaway,  Mickey MagaJay Overholts, Merritt Bohn
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    10/16/1959  3.  S1E3: Mr. Denton on Doomsday
A has-been, drunk gunslinger finds his fast-draw abilities magically restored.
Guest starring:  Dan Duryea,  Martin Landau, Doug McClure,  Bill Erwin, Robert Burton,  Arthur BatanidesKen Lynch, Jeanne Cooper,  Malcolm Atterbury
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    10/23/1959  4.  S1E4: The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine
An aging, former movie star lives and dreams in the past, constantly watching her old movies alone in her room.
Guest starring:  Ida LupinoMartin BalsamTed De Corsia, John Clarke,  Jerome Cowan, Alice Frost
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    10/30/1959  5.  S1E5: Walking Distance
Martin Sloan, driving through the country, leaves his car and starts to walk toward his hometown, Homewood. He finds things exactly as they were when he was a child. He soon realizes he's gone back in time.
Guest starring:  Gig YoungFrank Overton, Michael Montgomery,  Ron Howard, Irene Tedrow,  Byron Foulger, Sheridan Comerate, Joseph Corey, Buzz Martin,  Nan PetersonJ. Pat O'Malley
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    11/6/1959  6.  S1E6: Escape Clause
A hypochondriac exchanges his soul for immortality and indestructibility.
Guest starring:  David WayneThomas GomezVirginia Christine, Allan Lurie,  Raymond Bailey, Wendell Holmes, Dick Wilson,  Joe FlynnNesdon Booth, George Baxter,  Paul E. Burns
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    11/13/1959  7.  S1E7: The Lonely
Corry, a man stranded on an asteroid after being convicted of a crime, receives a present of a robot who looks and sounds like a real woman.
Guest starring:  Jack WardenJean MarshJohn DehnerTed KnightJames Turley
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    11/20/1959  8.  S1E8: Time Enough at Last
A bank teller, obsessed with reading, finds himself alone after a nuclear blast.
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    11/27/1959  9.  S1E9: Perchance to Dream
A man is terrified of falling asleep for fear he might die.
Guest starring:  Richard Conte, John Larch, Suzanne Lloyd, Eddie Marr, Russell Trent, Ted Stanhope
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    12/4/1959  10.  S1E10: Judgment Night
In 1942, a German wonders why he's on the deck of a British steamship, with no memory of how he got there, and an overwhelming sense of impending doom.
Guest starring:  Nehemiah PersoffBen WrightPatrick Macnee, Deirdre Owne, Leslie Bradley,  Kendrick Huxham, Hugh Sanders, Richard Peel, Donald Journeaux, Barry Bernard, James Franciscus, Debbie Joyce
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    12/11/1959  11.  S1E11: And When the Sky Was Opened
Three astronauts have returned from this first space flight. Major Gart is hospitalized with a broken leg. The other two, Colonels Harrington and Forbes head for a bar. Harrington gets a strange feeling.
Guest starring:  Rod TaylorCharles AidmanJim Hutton, Maxine Cooper,  Sue RandallPaul Bryar, Joe Bassett, Gloria Pall, Elizabeth Fielding
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    12/25/1959  12.  S1E12: What You Need
A two-bit thug thinks he's found the key to a better life in an old sidewalk salesman who has the uncanny ability to tell people what they need the most.
Guest starring:  Steve CochranErnest TruexArlene Martel, Read Morgan, William Edmonson, Judy Ellis, Fred Kruger, Norman Sturgis, Frank Allocca, Mark Sunday
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    1/1/1960  13.  S1E13: The Four of Us Are Dying
A man who can change his face to resemble others gets into hot water with gangsters.
Guest starring:  Harry Townes,  Ross Martin, Phillip Pine,  Don Gordon, Beverly Garland,  Peter BroccoBernard Fein, Milton Frome,  Harry Jackson, Bob Hopkins, Pat Comiskey, Sam Rawlins
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    1/8/1960  14.  S1E14: Third from the Sun
With all-out nuclear war about to ignite, a scientist and his pilot friend plot to escape on an experimental spaceship.
Guest starring:  Fritz WeaverJoe MarossEdward Andrews, Lori March, Denise Alexander, Jeanne Evans, Will J. White,  S. John Launer
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    1/15/1960  15.  S1E15: I Shot an Arrow into the Air
Three astronauts believe they have crashed on an asteroid.
Guest starring:  Dewey MartinEdward Binns, Ted Otis, Leslie Barrett,  Harry Bartell
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    1/22/1960  16.  S1E16: The Hitch-Hiker
Alone on a cross-country trip, a woman continually sees the same hitch-hiker everywhere she looks.
Guest starring:  Inger Stevens,  Leonard StrongAdam WilliamsLew GalloRuss BenderGeorge Mitchell, Dwight Townsend,  Eleanor Audley
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    1/29/1960  17.  S1E17: The Fever
Tight fisted Franklin Gibbs is not pleased when his wife wins a trip for two to Las Vegas. But things change when he falls under the spell of a slot machine that calls his name.
Guest starring:  Everett Sloane, Vivi Janiss, Art Lewis,  Lee Millar, Bill Kendis, Lee Sands, Marc Towers, Arthur Peterson, Carole Kent,  Jeffrey Sayre
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    2/5/1960  18.  S1E18: The Last Flight
A World War I flying ace flies through a mysterious cloud - and lands at a modern U.S. air base in the year 1959!
Guest starring:  Kenneth Haigh, Simon Scott, Alexander Scourby,  Robert Warwick, Harry Raybould, Jerry Catron, Jack Perkins,  Paul Baxley
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    2/12/1960  19.  S1E19: The Purple Testament
Lt. Fitzgerald has found his own special wartime hell. Looking into the faces of his men prior to battle, he has the disquieting ability to see who is about to die.
Guest starring:  William Reynolds,  Dick YorkBarney PhillipsRon Masak, William Phipps,  S. John Launer, Michael Vandever,  Paul MazurskyMarc CavellWarren Oates
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    2/19/1960  20.  S1E20: Elegy
Three astronauts land on what looks like Earth 200 years before they left--only all of the people seem frozen in time.
Guest starring:  Cecil Kellaway, Kevin Hagen, Jeff Morrow,  Don Dubbins
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    2/26/1960  21.  S1E21: Mirror Image
Millicent Barnes sees her double at a bus terminal.
Guest starring:  Vera Miles, Martin Milner, Joe Hamilton, Ferris Taylor,  Naomi Stevens, Terese Lyon,  Edwin Rand
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    3/4/1960  22.  S1E22: The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street
Paranoia strikes the residents of Maple Street when they believe human-looking aliens have invaded the neighborhood.
Guest starring:  Claude AkinsJack Weston, Barry Atwater,  Amzie Strickland, Anne Barton,  Jan Handzlik, Burt Metcalfe, Mary Gregory, Jason Johnson, Lea Waggner, Joan Sudlow, Ben Erway, Lyn Guild, Sheldon Allman, William Walsh
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    3/11/1960  23.  S1E23: A World of Difference
Businessman Arthur Curtis finds his phone dead. He is then surprised to hear a voice yell, "Cut!" and see that his office is just a set on a sound stage. Everyone tells him that he is Jerry Raigan, a drunken movie star on the decline, and "Arthur Curtis" is a character he is playing in the movie "The Private World of Arthur Curtis".
Guest starring:  Howard Duff, Frank Maxwell, Eileen Ryan,  David White, Gail Kobe, Peter Walker, Susan Dorn, Bill Idelson
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    3/18/1960  24.  S1E24: Long Live Walter Jameson
Walter Jameson is an excellent history teacher who talks about the past as if he had lived it.
Guest starring:  Kevin McCarthy, Edgar Stehli,  Estelle Winwood, Dody Heath
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    3/25/1960  25.  S1E25: People Are Alike All Over
When a space exploration crashes on Mars, the surviving passenger is surprised to find that Martians are human-looking, very friendly and apparently just like us...
Guest starring:  Roddy McDowall, Paul Comi, Susan Oliver,  Byron Morrow, Vic Perrin, Vernon Gray
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    4/1/1960  26.  S1E26: Execution
Just before being hanged for shooting a man in the back, a man in 1880 is transported into the future.
Guest starring:  Albert Salmi, Russell Johnson,  Than WyennGeorge MitchellJon Lormer, Fay Roope, Richard Karlan, Joe Haworth
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    4/8/1960  27.  S1E27: The Big Tall Wish
Even though Jackson breaks his hand prior to the fight, he wins because Henry - a boy who adores the fighter and believes in magic - made the ""big, tall wish."" After the fight the boxer refuses to believe in magic. Henry tells him if he doesn't believe, it won't be true. Jackson just can't believe. Suddenly, Jackson is back in the ring, and counted out.
Guest starring:  Ivan Dixon, Steven Perry, Kim Hamilton,  Walter Burke, Henry Scott, Charles Horvath, Carl McIntire, Frankie Van
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    4/15/1960  28.  S1E28: A Nice Place to Visit
After being shot to death, Rocky Valentine encounters the amiable white-haired Mr. Pip, who gives Rocky everything he wishes for.
Guest starring:  Larry Blyden,  Sebastian CabotJohn Close, Wayne Tucker, Sandra Warner, Barbara English, Nels Nelson, Bill Mullikin
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    4/29/1960  29.  S1E29: Nightmare as a Child
Schoolteacher Helen Foley finds a strange and very serious little girl on the stairs outside her apartment. The little girl seems to know her, and tries to jog her memory about a man she saw earlier that day. The man arrives at Helen's door.
Guest starring:  Janice Rule, Terry Burnham, Shepperd Strudwick,  Michael Fox, Joe Perry,  Morgan Brittany
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    5/6/1960  30.  S1E30: A Stop at Willoughby
Riding home on the train one day, a man falls asleep and dreams it is 1880, and he is entering a small town called Willoughby.
Guest starring:  James Daly, Patricia Donahue, Howard Smith, Jason Wingreen, Mavis Neal Palmer, James Maloney, Billy Booth, Butch Hengen, Ryan Hayes, Max Slaten
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    5/13/1960  31.  S1E31: The Chaser
A man, desperate to win the affection of a beautiful woman, slips her a love potion. He is overjoyed that the potion works so well...at first.
Guest starring:  George Grizzard,  John McIntire, Patricia Barry,  J. Pat O'MalleyMarjorie BennettBarbara Perry, Rusty Westcoatt, Duane Grey
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    5/20/1960  32.  S1E32: A Passage for Trumpet
A trumpet player who's convinced he'll never amount to anything attempts suicide and finds himself in a world where no one can hear or see him.
Guest starring:  Jack KlugmanJohn Anderson, Mary Webster, Frank Wolff,  James FlavinNed Glass, Diane Honodel
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    6/3/1960  33.  S1E33: Mr. Bevis
A man (Bevis) meets his guardian angel.
Guest starring:  Orson Bean,  Henry JonesCharles Lane, Horace McMahon,  William Schallert, Florence MacMichael, Dorothy Neumann,  Vito Scotti, House Peters Jr., Coleen O'Sullivan, Timmy Cletro
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    6/10/1960  34.  S1E34: The After Hours
A woman discovers that the floor of a department store, on which she bought a gold thimble, doesn't exist - and that her ""saleslady"" is really a mannequin!
Guest starring:  Anne Francis, Elizabeth Allen, James Millhollin,  John Conwell, Patrick Whyte, Nancy Rennick
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    6/17/1960  35.  S1E35: The Mighty Casey
Dr. Stillman arranges to have his human-looking robot signed up as the star pitcher of the Hoboken Zephyrs. The team zooms to fourth place thanks to Casey. After he's beaned by a ball, a doctor discovers Casey has no heart. The rules say nine men make up a team, and without a heart Casey is not a man. Dr. Stillman gives Casey a heart, but he becomes too compassionate to strike out other players. The Zephyrs lose the pennant, and Casey is washed up in baseball. Dr. Stillman gives the coach, Mouth McGarry, Casey's blueprints as a momento. Looking at them, Mcgarry gets a sudden inspiration, and chases after the doctor
Guest starring:  Jack Warden, Robert Sorrells, Abraham Sofaer,  Alan Dexter, Don Kelly, Jonathan Hole, Rusty Lane
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    7/1/1960  36.  S1E36: A World of His Own
A playwright makes characters come to life.
Guest starring:  Keenan WynnPhyllis Kirk, Mary La Roche
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    9/30/1960  37.  S2E1: King Nine Will Not Return
A WWII captain finds himself in the desert, next to his crashed plane. Where is his crew? And why are futuristic jet planes flying overhead?
Guest starring:  Bob Cummings,  Paul Lambert, Gene Lyons, Jenna McMahon, Seymour Green
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/7/1960  38.  S2E2: The Man in the Bottle
A discontented curio shop owner thinks he's finally found happiness when a genie he discovers in an old bottle grants him four wishes.
Guest starring:  Luther Adler, Vivi Janiss,  Joseph Ruskin, Peter Coe, Lisa Golm, Albert Szabo, Olan Soule
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/14/1960  39.  S2E3: Nervous Man in a Four Dollar Room
Ordered to commit a murder he doesn't want to perform, a smalltime hood nervously looks in the mirror and sees the man he could have been--confident, strong...and determined to get out.
Guest starring:  Joe Mantell, William D. Gordon
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/28/1960  40.  S2E4: A Thing About Machines
A writer feels that the machines in his house are conspiring against him.
Guest starring:  Richard HaydnBarney Phillips, Barbara Stuart,  Jay OverholtsHenry BeckmanLew Brown, Margarita Cordova
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/4/1960  41.  S2E5: The Howling Man
A man, on a walking trip of Europe, gets caught in a storm. He finds remote monastery that contains a prisoner.
Guest starring:  H.M. WynantJohn CarradineRobin Hughes, Frederic Ledebur,  Ezelle Poule
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/11/1960  42.  S2E6: The Eye of the Beholder
A young woman undergoes ""experimental treatments"" in an attempt to make her appear ""normal"".
Guest starring:  Maxine Stuart,  Donna Douglas, William D. Gordon, Edson Stroll, Jennifer Howard, George Keymas, Joanna Heyes
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/18/1960  43.  S2E7: Nick of Time
A superstitious newlywed becomes obsessed by a penny fortune-telling machine when he and his new wife are stranded with car trouble.
Guest starring:  William Shatner, Patricia Breslin, Guy Wilkerson, Stafford Repp, Walter Reed,  Dee Carroll
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/2/1960  44.  S2E8: The Lateness of the Hour
Dr. Loren enjoys the faultless robot servants he has invented. His daughter, however, feels imprisoned by them--and soon learns how right she is.
Guest starring:  Inger Stevens,  John Hoyt, Irene Tedrow, Mary Gregory, Tom Palmer, Valley Keene, Doris Karnes, Jason Johnson
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/9/1960  45.  S2E9: The Trouble with Templeton
Booth Templeton is an aging actor who longs for the old days when his wife was alive. Miraculously, he is given a sobering glimpse of the past he holds so dear.
Guest starring:  Brian AhernePippa Scott, Charles S. Carlson, Dave Willock, King Calder,  Larry J. BlakeDavid Thursby, John Kroger,  Sydney Pollack
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/16/1960  46.  S2E10: A Most Unusual Camera
Chester Diedrich and his wife Paula, after burglarizing a curio shop, end up with a camera that takes pictures of events five minutes into the future.
Guest starring:  Fred Clark, Jean Carson,  Adam WilliamsMarcel Hillaire
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/23/1960  47.  S2E11: The Night of the Meek
A down-on-his-luck department store Santa Claus discovers a bottomless sack of toys.
Guest starring:  Art CarneyJohn FiedlerBurt Mustin, Robert P. Lieb,  Meg WyllieVal Avery, Kay Cousins, Larrian Gillespie, Andrea Darvi
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/6/1961  48.  S2E12: Dust
After selling the rope for a hanging, a conscienceless peddler, tries to sell the condemned man's father a bag of ""magic dust"".
Guest starring:  Thomas Gomez, John Larch,  Vladimir Sokoloff, Douglas Heyes Jr., John Alonso, Paul Genge,  Dorothy Adams, Duane Grey, John Lormer, Andrea Darvi, Daniel White
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/13/1961  49.  S2E13: Back There
It's April 14, 1961. Peter Corrigan and friends are discussing time travel at their men's club. Corrigan suddenly becomes dizzy. When his head clears, he has moved back to April 14, 1865 - the date of Lincoln's assassination. He tries to warn everyone at Ford's Theater, but ends up being arrested. Mr. Wellington asks that Corrigan be remanded to his custody. Wellington is actually John Wilkes Booth, and he wants no interference. He drugs Corrigan, and when he wakes up it's too late. He returns to the present, ready to tell his friends that the past really can't be changed. But he is shocked to find that William, formerly the attendant, is now rich. His great-grandfather was the only person to believe Corrigan, and made a name for himself trying to stop the assassination.
Guest starring:  Russell Johnson,  Bartlett RobinsonPaul Hartman, John Lasell,  Nora Marlowe, James Lydon,  Raymond Bailey, Raymond Greenleaf,  John Eldredge, James Gavin, Jean Inness,  Lew Brown, Carol Rossen,  J. Pat O'Malley
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/20/1961  50.  S2E14: The Whole Truth
A peculiar Model A automobile compels a used car dealer to tell only the truth.
Guest starring:  Jack CarsonLoring Smith, Arte Johnson,  Nan PetersonGeorge Chandler, Jack King, Patrick Westwood, Lee Sabinson, Ray Reese
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/27/1961  51.  S2E15: The Invaders
An old woman in an isolated farmhouse encounters tiny, hostile aliens.
Guest starring:  Agnes Moorehead, Douglas Heyes
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/3/1961  52.  S2E16: A Penny For Your Thoughts
The lucky flip of a coin seems to give a mild-mannered bank clerk the power to read minds. But he soon learns that you can't believe everything you read.
Guest starring:  Dick York, June Dayton,  Dan TobinCyril DelevantiHayden Rorke, James Nolan, Frank London, Anthony Ray, Patrick Waltz
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/10/1961  53.  S2E17: Twenty Two
Miss Powell has a recurring nightmare about room 22 in a morgue.
Guest starring:  Barbara NicholsJonathan HarrisArlene Martel, Fredd Wayne,  Norma ConnollyMary AdamsWesley Lau, Joseph Sargent,  Jay Overholts, Carole Conn
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/24/1961  54.  S2E18: The Odyssey of Flight 33
A commercial aircraft mysteriously travels back through time.
Guest starring:  John Anderson, Paul Comi, Harp McGuire,  Sandy Kenyon, Wayne Heffley, Betty Garde, Beverly Brown, Nancy Rennick,  Jay Overholts, Lester Fletcher
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/3/1961  55.  S2E19: Mr. Dingle, the Strong
Martians give Luther Dingle the strength of 300 men.
Guest starring:  Burgess MeredithDon RicklesJames Westerfield, Edward Ryder,  Douglas SpencerMichael Fox, James Millhollin, Jay Hector, Donald Losby, Greg Irvin,  Phil ArnoldDouglas EvansFrank Richards, Jo Ann Dixon, Bob Duggan
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/10/1961  56.  S2E20: Static
Ed Lindsay hates television, so he gets his old radio out of the basement of the boardinghouse where he lives. He soon finds he can receive programs from the past when he's alone.
Guest starring:  Dean Jagger, Carmen Mathews, Bob Crane,  Jay OverholtsAlice Pearce
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/24/1961  57.  S2E21: The Prime Mover
Ace Larsen discovers his business partner has the ability to control objects with his mind. The pair head to Vegas to win big.
Guest starring:  Buddy Ebsen, Dane Clark, Christine White, Robert Riordan, William Keene,  Nesdon BoothClancy Cooper, Jane Burgess, Joe Scott
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/31/1961  58.  S2E22: Long Distance Call
A young boy find he can communicate with his dead grandmother through a toy phone.
Guest starring:  Bill Mumy, Lili Darvas, Philip Abbott, Patricia Smith, Jenny Maxwell, Henry Hunter, Reid Hammond,  Lew Brown, Robert L. McCord, Jim Turley, Jutta Parr
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/7/1961  59.  S2E23: A Hundred Yards over the Rim
In 1847 a western settler sets out to find medicine for his dying son - and stumbles into modern-day New Mexico.
Guest starring:  Cliff RobertsonJohn Crawford, Miranda Jones,  John AstinEvans Evans, Robert L. McCord,  Edward Platt
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/21/1961  60.  S2E24: The Rip Van Winkle Caper
Thieves put themselves into suspended animation for 100 years after hiding a million dollars worth of gold bars.
Guest starring:  Oscar Beregi Jr,  Simon OaklandLew Gallo, John Mitchum,  Wallace Rooney, Shirley O'Hara, Robert L. McCord, Dave Armstrong
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/28/1961  61.  S2E25: The Silence
Archie Taylor, who wants his men's club quiet, offers Jamie Tennyson half a million dollars to remain silent for one year. To insure his unbroken silence, he will live in the club's basement. In debt, and with a wife that has expensive tastes, Tennyson agrees. During the year, Taylor tries every trick in the book to get Tennyson to talk, however he remains silent. Finally, the year is up and Tennyson emerges from the basement to collect his money. Taylor then reveals that he lost his fortune ten years before, and never intended to pay off the bet. Tennyson remains silent, but writes a note to Taylor. It says: "I knew I would not be able to keep my part of the bargain, so one year ago I had the nerves to my vocal chords severed!"
Guest starring:  Franchot Tone,  Liam SullivanJonathan HarrisCyril DelevantiJohn Holland, Felix Locher,  Everett Glass
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/5/1961  62.  S2E26: Shadow Play
Trapped in a recurring nightmare, a man (Dennis Weaver) tries to persuade those who are sentencing him to death that the whole scenario is not real.
Guest starring:  Dennis Weaver, Harry Townes,  Wright King, William Edmonson, Anne Barton, Bernie Hamilton, Thomas Nello, Mack Williams, Gene Roth, Jack Hyde, Howard Culver,  John Close
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/12/1961  63.  S2E27: The Mind and the Matter
A book on the power of thought enables an irritable worker (Shelley Berman) to re-create the world exactly as he wants it. But what he wants and what he gets are two different things!
Guest starring:  Shelley Berman, Jack Grinnage, Chet Stratton,  Jeane Wood
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/26/1961  64.  S2E28: Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up
State troopers follow tracks from an unidentified flying object to a diner where they try to determine which of the seven bus passengers stranded inside is really a Martian.
Guest starring:  John HoytBarney PhillipsJack Elam, Bill Kendis,  Jean WillesJohn ArcherMorgan Jones
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    6/2/1961  65.  S2E29: The Obsolete Man
In a future state where religion and books have been banned, a librarian (Burgess Meridith) is judged obsolete by the Chancellor (Fritz Weaver) and sentenced to death.
Guest starring:  Burgess MeredithFritz WeaverJosip Elic, Harry Fleer, Barry Brooks, Harold Innocent, Jane Romeyn
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    9/15/1961  66.  S3E1: Two
A man and a woman, on opposite sides of a future war, encounter each other in a deserted town.
Guest starring:  Charles Bronson, Elizabeth Montgomery, Sharon Lucas
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    9/22/1961  67.  S3E2: The Arrival
A plane lands safely, but all its passengers, pilot and crew are missing!
Guest starring:  Harold J. Stone, Fredd Wayne, Noah Keen, Jim Boles,  Bing RussellRobert Karnes
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    9/29/1961  68.  S3E3: The Shelter
When a UFO invasion appears imminent, several suburban friends and neighbours fight over control of a single bomb shelter.
Guest starring:  Larry GatesJack Albertson, Joseph Bernard,  Sandy Kenyon, Peggy Stewart, Michael Burns, Jo Helton, Moria Turner, Mary Gregory,  John McLiam
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/6/1961  69.  S3E4: The Passersby
On the road home from the Civil War, a Confederate soldier stops at a burned-out house and gets to know the owner, a recent widow.
Guest starring:  Joanne Linville, James Gregory, Austin Green, Rex Holman, David Garcia,  Warren J. Kemmerling
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/13/1961  70.  S3E5: A Game of Pool
Championship pool player Fats Brown returns from the grave for one last game.
Guest starring:  Jack KlugmanJonathan Winters
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/20/1961  71.  S3E6: The Mirror
After a poor but ambitious Central American farm worker overthrows his country's tyrannical leader, he believes he sees assassins everywhere. A look in the mirror reveals his most dangerous enemy.
Guest starring:  Peter Falk, Tony Carbone,  Vladimir Sokoloff, Dave Armstrong, Val Ruffino, Jim Turley, Richard Karlan,  Arthur Batanides, Will Kuluva, Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr, Robert L. McCord
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/27/1961  72.  S3E7: The Grave
Before he died, notorious gunslinger Pinto Sykes put a curse on hired-gun Conny Miller. Miller returns to town and is challenged to visit the grave of Sykes, despite the curse.
Guest starring:  Lee MarvinStrother MartinJames BestLee Van Cleef, Elen Willard, William Challee, Stafford Repp, Larry Johns, Richard Geary
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/3/1961  73.  S3E8: It's a Good Life
Little Anthony Fremont controls an entire town with his ability to read minds and make people do as he wishes. Which is a real good thing.
Guest starring:  Bill Mumy, John Larch,  Cloris Leachman, Tom Hatcher, Jeanne Bates, Lenore Kingston, Max Showalter, Don Keefer, Alice Frost
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/10/1961  74.  S3E9: Deaths-Head Revisited
A former Nazi SS Captain returns to the ruins of a concentration camp to reminisce, and is met by one of his victims.
Guest starring:  Joseph Schildkraut, Oscar Beregi Jr, Karen Verne, Robert Boon,  Ben Wright, Chuck Fox
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/17/1961  75.  S3E10: The Midnight Sun
The Earth's orbit has been changed, drawing ever closer to the sun and promising eminent destruction.
Guest starring:  Lois Nettleton, Betty Garde, Tom Reese, Jason Wingreen, June Ellis, William Keene, Robert J. Stevenson
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/24/1961  76.  S3E11: Still Valley
Paradine wanders into a town full of Union soldiers. They are all frozen in time by a old man with a black book. Knowing he will die soon, the old man gives the book to Paradine, telling him to use it to win the war. He takes the book back to camp and convinces his commanding officer to allow him to try to freeze the entire Union army. When he starts to read the book aloud he realizes he will have to call on the Devil, and renounce God to cast the spell. He throws the book on the fire and decides to allow the war to end in its own way.
Guest starring:  Mark Tapscott, Jack Mann, Addison Myers,  Vaughn TaylorGary MerrillBen Cooper
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/1/1961  77.  S3E12: The Jungle
Alan Richards plans to build a dam in Africa on a tribe's ancestral land. The tribe's voodoo doctor puts a curse on him.
Guest starring:  John Dehner, Emily McLaughlin,  Walter BrookeJay Adler, Hugh Sanders, Howard Wright, Donald Foster,  Jay Overholts
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/15/1961  78.  S3E13: Once Upon a Time
Woodrow, a janitor living in the year 1890, accidentally activates a time travelling helmet which transports him to 1962 - then promptly breaks down!
Guest starring:  Buster KeatonStanley AdamsJesse WhiteJames Flavin, Gil Lamb, Milton Parsons, Warren Parker, Harry Fleer,  George E. Stone
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/22/1961  79.  S3E14: Five Characters in Search of an Exit
A hobo, clown, bagpipe player, ballerina and military officer are trapped in a huge cylinder.
Guest starring:  William Windom, Murray Matheson, Susan Harrison, Kelton Garwood, Clark Allen, Mona Houghton, Carol Hill
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/29/1961  80.  S3E15: A Quality of Mercy
A soldier gets a new perspective on war when he is forced to experience it from his enemy's point of view.
Guest starring:  Dean StockwellAlbert SalmiJerry FujikawaLeonard Nimoy, Rayford Barnes, Ralph Votrian,  Dale Ishimoto, J.H. Fujikawa, Michael Pataki
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/5/1962  81.  S3E16: Nothing in the Dark
A lonely old woman refuses to leave her apartment for fear of meeting ""Mr. Death.""
Guest starring:  Gladys CooperRobert RedfordR.G. Armstrong
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/12/1962  82.  S3E17: One More Pallbearer
Paul Radin has invited three people to join him in his bomb shelter.
Guest starring:  Joseph Wiseman, Gage Clarke, Katherine Squire,  Trevor Bardette, Ray Galvin,  Josip Elic, Robert Snyder
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/19/1962  83.  S3E18: Dead Man's Shoes
A vagrant steps into a murdered gangster's expensive shoes and is taken over by the dead man's ghost, who vows to remain on Earth to seek revenge against his killer.
Guest starring:  Warren StevensBen Wright, Joan Marshall,  Harry SwogerEugene Borden, Richard Devon, Florence Marly, Ron Hagerthy, Joe Mell
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/26/1962  84.  S3E19: The Hunt
On a hunting trip, Hyder Simpson and his dog Rip dive into a lake after a raccoon. When he gets home he finds that no one can see or hear him.
Guest starring:  Arthur HunnicuttJeanette Nolan, Titus Moede, Orville Sherman, Charles Seel, Dexter Dupont,  Robert Foulk
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/2/1962  85.  S3E20: Showdown with Rance McGrew
Rance McGrew is shooting a scene where ""Jesse James"" shoots him in the back. He is suddenly transported to a real Old West saloon, and the real Jesse James enters. He tells Rance that he and the other desperadoes of old are tired of the way they are being portrayed. He challenges Rance to a gun fight. Rance, having never shot a gun, falls to his knees and says he'll do anything to spare his life. Jesse agrees, and Rance is suddenly back on the studio lot. Then Rance's agent, Jesse James, arrives. He plans on staying and insuring that the outlaws always win. He begins with the TV Jesse James throwing Rance through a window.
Guest starring:  Larry Blyden,  Arch JohnsonRobert Cornthwaite, Robert Stevenson, Bill McLean, Troy Melton,  Jay OverholtsHal K. Dawson, Bob Kline,  James Turley
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/9/1962  86.  S3E21: Kick the Can
The senior residents of Sunnyvale decide that the secret to youth is acting young, and in particular playing a childhood game called ""kick-the-can.""
Guest starring:  Ernest TruexRussell CollinsJohn MarleyHank Patterson, Earle Hodgins,  Marjorie Bennett, Lenore Shanewise, Anne O'Neal,  Burt Mustin, Barry Truex, Eve McVeagh, Gregory McCabe, Marc Stevens
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/16/1962  87.  S3E22: A Piano in the House
Fortune discovers that a piano he bought his wife for her birthday has magical properties - the music it plays makes people reveal their true essence. At the party, Fortune uses the piano to humiliate the guests - an overweight woman reveals fantasies of being thin and a playwright admits to being in love with Fortune's wife. Fortune hands his wife another roll to put in the piano, but his wife substitutes a different roll - one that enchants Fortune. He reveals himself to be nothing more than a sadistic, mean-spirited child. The guests all leave along with Fortune's wife.
Guest starring:  Barry Morse
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/23/1962  88.  S3E23: The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank
Jeff Myrtlebank comes back to life at his own funeral and soon begins to act very strangely...
Guest starring:  James Best, Sherry Jackson, Lance Fuller,  Dub Taylor, Ralph Moody,  Ezelle Poule, Helen Wallace, Vickie Barnes, Bill Fawcett,  Edgar Buchanan, Mabel Forrest,  Jon Lormer, Pat Hector, Jim Houghton
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/2/1962  89.  S3E24: To Serve Man
The Kanamits, 9 foot tall aliens, arrive on Earth with one lofty goal: To Serve Man.
Guest starring:  Lloyd Bochner,  Richard Kiel, Susan Cummings, J.H. Fujikawa, James L. Wellman,  Charles Tannen, Gene Benton, Nelson Olmsted, Carlton Young,  Bartlett Robinson, Theodore Marcuse,  Hardie Albright, Robert Tafur, Lomax Study, Adrienne Marden, Will J. White, Jeanne Evans,  Joseph
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/9/1962  90.  S3E25: The Fugitive
Old Ben, who is able to transform himself into anything, tries to help a crippled little girl.
Guest starring:  J. Pat O'Malley, Susan Gordon,  Nancy KulpWesley Lau, Paul Tripp,  Russ Bender, Stephen Talbott, Johnny Eiman
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/16/1962  91.  S3E26: Little Girl Lost
A six-year-old girl rolls under her bed and vanishes into a fourth dimension. Her parents and a neighbor struggle to free her before the hole between the dimensions closes forever.
Guest starring:  Charles Aidman, Robert Sampson, Sarah Marshall, Tracy Stratford, Rhoda Williams
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/23/1962  92.  S3E27: Person or Persons Unknown
David Gurney wakes up to find that no one - his wife, his co-workers, his best friend, not even his own mother knows him. He is put in an asylum, but escapes and finds a picture of himself and his wife, proving who he is. When the police arrive, the picture has changed and only shows David by himself. He falls to the floor and wakes up in his bed. It was just a dream. His wife gets up and goes to the bathroom to remove some cream from her face. When she returns David is shocked to see that although she talks the same as always, she looks nothing like the wife he knows.
Guest starring:  Richard Long, Frank Silvera, Shirley Ballard, Julie Van Zandt
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/30/1962  93.  S3E28: The Little People
An astronaut declares himself a god when his ship lands on a planet populated by people smaller than ants.
Guest starring:  Joe MarossClaude AkinsMichael Ford, Robert Eaton
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/6/1962  94.  S3E29: Four O'Clock
Oliver Crangle is a bitter, prejudiced man. Through unknown means he intends to shrink every evil person in the world at four o'clock. When four o'clock comes around, it is he who shrinks.
Guest starring:  Theodore Bikel
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/13/1962  95.  S3E30: Hocus Pocus & Frisby
A loud-mouthed braggart's boasts attract the attention of some aliens.
Guest starring:  Andy DevineMilton Selzer, Larry Breitman,  Dabbs GreerHoward McNearClem BevansPeter Brocco
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/20/1962  96.  S3E31: The Trade-Ins
An elderly couple visit the New Life Corporation, hoping to transport their personalities into youthful artificial bodies.
Guest starring:  Joseph Schildkraut, Alma Platt, Noah Keen, Theodore Marcuse, Edson Stroll, Terrence de Marney, Billy Vincent, Mary McMahon,  David Armstrong
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/27/1962  97.  S3E32: The Gift
An alien who crash-lands into a remote mountain village stirs up the villagers' fears and animosity, but he befriends a little boy and gives him a mysterious present.
Guest starring:  Geoffrey Horne, Nico Minardos, Edmund Vargas, Lea Marmer,  Cliff OsmondPaul MazurskyVladimir SokoloffVito Scotti, Carmen D'Antonio,  Henry Corden, Joe Perry, David Fresco
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/4/1962  98.  S3E33: The Dummy
A ventriloquist is convinced that his dummy, Willie, is alive and evil. He makes plans for a new act with a new dummy: plans that Willie doesn't support!
Guest starring:  Cliff Robertson, Frank Sutton,  George Murdock, Sandra Warner, John Harmon, Rudy Dolan,  Ralph Manza, Bethelynn Grey, Edy Williams
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/11/1962  99.  S3E34: Young Man's Fancy
When a newlywed couple briefly return to the groom's childhood home, the ties of the past prove too strong to resist.
Guest starring:  Phyllis Thaxter, Alex Nicol, Ricky Kelman,  Wallace RooneyHelen Brown
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/18/1962  100.  S3E35: I Sing the Body Electric
A widower buys a robot grandmother for his three children.
Guest starring:  Josephine HutchinsonVeronica CartwrightDavid WhiteCharles Herbert, Dana Dillaway,  Vaughn Taylor, Doris Packer, Susan Crane, Paul Nesbitt, Judy Morton
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/25/1962  101.  S3E36: Cavender is Coming
Cavender, an angel trying to win his wings, tries to help down-on-her-luck Agnes, who has just been fired. He sets her up in a mansion, with a fortune. However, none of her friends from her old neighborhood remember her. She decides she would rather have friends than money. She asks to be returned to her old life. Cavender's boss is furious, until he notices that Agnes is extremely happy. He decides maybe other people could use Cavender's help.
Guest starring:  Carol BurnettJesse White
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    6/1/1962  102.  S3E37: The Changing of the Guard
A retiring professor contemplates suicide.
Guest starring:  Donald PleasenceLiam Sullivan, Philippa Bevans, Bob Biheller, Kevin O'Neal, Jimmy Baird
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/3/1963  103.  S4E1: In His Image
A scientist creates an android that has the qualities which he feels he's lacking.
Guest starring:  George Grizzard, Gail Kobe,  Wallace Rooney, Katherine Squire,  George Petrie, James Seay, James Forster, Sherry Granato
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/10/1963  104.  S4E2: The Thirty-Fathom Grave
A US naval destroyer investigates a mysterious tapping sound coming from a sunken submarine.
Guest starring:  Mike Kellin,  Simon OaklandBill BixbyDavid Sheiner, John Considine, Tony Call, Derrik Lewis, Conlan Carter, Charles Kuenstle, Forrest Compton, Henry Scott,  Louie Elias
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/17/1963  105.  S4E3: Valley of the Shadow
A reporter finds himself trapped in a small town where people can reverse time and do many other amazing things.
Guest starring:  Ed Nelson, Natalie Trundy,  James Doohan, Pat O'Hara,  Jacques AubuchonMorgan BrittanyDavid Opatoshu, King Calder, Bart Burns,  Henry BeckmanSandy KenyonDabbs Greer
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/24/1963  106.  S4E4: He's Alive
Peter Vollmer, a small-time neo-Nazi leader, yearns for more power. Advised by a shadowy benefactor, Vollmer's following grows, as does his ego...
Guest starring:  Dennis HopperLudwig Donath, Curt Conway,  Paul MazurskyHoward Caine, Barnaby Hale,  Jay Adler, Wolfe Brazell,  Bernard Fein
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/31/1963  107.  S4E5: Mute
A 12-year-old girl who lost her parents in a fire doesn't speak because she has grown up in a secret telepathic community. The couple who take her in, and her teacher, are determined to help her adapt to their society, no matter the cost.
Guest starring:  Ann Jillian,  Frank Overton, Barbara Baxley, Irene Dailey, Oscar Beregi Jr, Claudia Bryer, Robert Boon, Eva Soreny, Percy Helton
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/7/1963  108.  S4E6: Death Ship
A three-man spacecraft lands on a planet only to discover the wreckage of a spacecraft identical to their own. Two of the crew are convinced that they are dead, but the captain refuses to see the truth.
Guest starring:  Jack KlugmanRoss Martin, Fredrick Beir, Mary Webster, Tammy Marihugh,  Ross Elliott, Sara Taft, Fred Beir
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/14/1963  109.  S4E7: Jess-Belle
Jess-Belle enlists the aid of a local witch who casts a spell that makes Billy-Ben fall in love with her.
Guest starring:  Anne FrancisJames Best, Laura Devon,  Jeanette Nolan, Virginia Gregg,  George MitchellHelen Kleeb, Jim Boles,  Jon Lormer
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/21/1963  110.  S4E8: Miniature
A lonely man falls in love with a mini museum doll, which he believes is alive.
Guest starring:  Robert DuvallPert Kelton, Barbara Barrie, Lennie Weinrib,  William WindomJohn McLiam, Claire Griswold, Nina Roman, Richard Angarola,  Barney Phillips, Joan Chambers, Chet Stratton
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/28/1963  111.  S4E9: Printer's Devil
The owner of a failing paper is given help by the Devil.
Guest starring:  Burgess MeredithRobert Sterling, Pat Crowley,  Ray Teal
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/7/1963  112.  S4E10: No Time Like the Past
A man travels back in time to try to prevent some of history's catastrophes.
Guest starring:  John Zaremba,  Robert CornthwaiteMarjorie BennettMalcolm Atterbury, C. Lindsay Workman,  Tudor Owen, James Yagi,  Dana Andrews, Patricia Breslin,  Robert F. Simon
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/14/1963  113.  S4E11: The Parallel
An astronaut blacks out orbiting the earth and ends up in a parallel universe.
Guest starring:  Steve Forrest, Jacqueline Scott,  Frank Aletter
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/21/1963  114.  S4E12: I Dream of Genie
A man considers several possibilities when offered one wish by a genie.
Guest starring:  Howard Morris, Patricia Barry,  Jack Albertson, Mark Miller,  Loring SmithJoyce Jameson, James Millhollin, Robert Ball, Bob Hastings
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/4/1963  115.  S4E13: The New Exhibit
The curator of a murderers' row in a soon-to-be-defunct wax museum persuades the owner to let him keep the figures for awhile. When his wife attempts to destroy them, a new murderous rampage begins...
Guest starring:  Martin Balsam, Will Kuluva, Maggie Mahoney, William Mims, Milton Parsons, David Bond, Bob Mitchell, Robert L. McCord, Billy Beck,  Phil ChambersLeonard Bremen, Ed Barth,  Marcel Hillaire, Craig Curtis
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/11/1963  116.  S4E14: Of Late I Think of Cliffordville
A bored, wealthy businessman gets a chance to go back in time and start over, armed with all the knowledge he's acquired...an arsenal that's not as powerful as he thinks.
Guest starring:  Albert Salmi, Julie Newmar,  John Anderson, Christine Burke, John Harmon,  Wright King, Guy Raymond, Hugh Sanders
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/18/1963  117.  S4E15: The Incredible World of Horace Ford
Toy designer Horace Ford spends most of his time reminiscing about his idyllic childhood. But when he gets a chance to go back to those years he gets a bitter taste of reality.
Guest starring:  Pat Hingle, Nan Martin,  Ruth White, Phillip Pine, Mary Carver,  Vaughn Taylor, Jim E. Titus, Jerry Davis
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/2/1963  118.  S4E16: On Thursday We Leave For Home
Benteen has kept the colony alive with tales of the greatness of Earth. When the rescue ship comes, he realizes his power over everyone is going to be gone when they leave the planet. He tells them Earth is really hell, an awful place, and that they'll die if they go there. No one believes him, and he says he's staying. As the spaceship is preparing to leave, he returns to the caves and pretends everyone is still there. While talking about Earth, he suddenly remembers what he has been saying for so long. He runs out but the ship is gone. He is left there all alone.
Guest starring:  James Whitmore, Tim O'Connor,  James Broderick
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/9/1963  119.  S4E17: Passage on the Lady Anne
Instead of the cruise bringing them closer together, the Ransome's agree to get a divorce when they return home. Eileen disappears, and when Allan finds her she is wearing a nightgown that a passenger wore on her honeymoon. Seeing her, Allan realizes how much he still loves her. The passengers force them into a lifeboat, with plenty of provisions, and set them adrift. The Lady Anne sails off.
Guest starring:  Lee Philips,  Joyce Van PattenWilfrid Hyde-WhiteGladys CooperCecil KellawayAlan Napier
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/23/1963  120.  S4E18: The Bard
An untalented would-be writer's career takes off when the ghost of William Shakespeare writes his script.
Guest starring:  Jack WestonJohn WilliamsBurt Reynolds, Judy Strangis,  John McGiver, Henry Lascoe, Doro Merande, Clegg Hoyt,  Marge RedmondHoward McNearWilliam Lanteau
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    9/27/1963  121.  S5E1: In Praise of Pip
An alcoholic bookie regrets that he wasn't a better father to his son, Pip, critically wounded in South Vietnam. A visit to an amusement park gives them both a second chance.
Guest starring:  Jack KlugmanBill Mumy, Bobby Diamond, Kreg Martin, Gerald Gordon,  Russell HortonStuart NisbetRoss Elliott, John Launer,  Connie Gilchrist
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/4/1963  122.  S5E2: Steel
Boxing robot ""Battling Maxo"" breaks down before the scheduled bout, forcing his manager to take its place.
Guest starring:  Lee Marvin, Tipp McClure,  Chuck HicksJoe Mantell, Merritt Bohn, Frank London, Larry Barton
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/11/1963  123.  S5E3: Nightmare at 20,000 Feet
Mr. Wilson believes he sees a gremlin on the wing of his commercial aircraft.
Guest starring:  William Shatner, Christine White,  Nick Cravat, Ed Kemmer, Asa Maynor
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/18/1963  124.  S5E4: A Kind of Stopwatch
The world's biggest bore and most avid talker gets a magical stopwatch that can stop everything except him.
Guest starring:  Richard ErdmanLeon BelascoRoy RobertsHerbie Faye, Doris Singleton,  Ray Kellogg, Sam Balter, Dick Wessel, Ken Drake
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/25/1963  125.  S5E5: The Last Night of a Jockey
Mickey Rooney delivers a tour de force solo performance in the Twilight Zone playlet "The Last Night of a Jockey." Barred from the track for life, crooked jockey Grady (Rooney) boozily expresses the wish to escape his sordid surroundings and become a truly "big man." His wish is granted by his lookalike alter ego (also Rooney), but there's a heavy price to be paid at fadeout time.
Guest starring:  Mickey Rooney
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/1/1963  126.  S5E6: Living Doll
Erich is displeased when his wife buys an expensive doll for his step-daughter. He becomes even more displeased when the doll tells him it doesn't like him!
Guest starring:  Telly Savalas, Mary La Roche, Tracy Stratford,  June Foray
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/8/1963  127.  S5E7: The Old Man in the Cave
A mysterious guardian helps a tiny community survive after the Bomb destroys much of the Earth.
Guest starring:  John AndersonJames CoburnJohn Marley, Josie Lloyd, Frank Watkins, Lenny Geer, Natalie Masters, Don Wilbanks
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/15/1963  128.  S5E8: Uncle Simon
Uncle Simon tries to strike Barbara with his cane. She grabs it and he falls down the stairs to his death. His will stipulates that she must care for his latest invention - a robot. The robot begins to take on Uncle Simon's traits. Barbara finally pushes it down the stairs, but that only gives it a limp identical to Uncle Simon's. She finally realizes that she will never be rid of Uncle Simon.
Guest starring:  Cedric Hardwicke, Constance Ford,  Ian WolfeJohn McLiam, Dion Hansen
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/29/1963  129.  S5E9: Probe 7: Over & Out
The lone survivors of two annihilated worlds are stranded on a distant planet.
Guest starring:  Richard Basehart, Antoinette Bower,  Barton HeymanHarold Gould
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/6/1963  130.  S5E10: The 7th is Made Up of Phantoms
Three National Guardsmen explore the site of Custer's Last Stand.
Guest starring:  Ron Foster, Randy Boone,  Warren Oates, Greg Morris, Jeffrey Morris, Wayne Mallory,  Robert BrayLew Brown, Jacque Shelton
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/13/1963  131.  S5E11: A Short Drink from a Certain Fountain
Trying to keep up with his younger wife, Harmon convinces his brother to inject him with an experimental youth serum.
Guest starring:  Patrick O'Neal,  Ruta LeeWalter Brooke
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/20/1963  132.  S5E12: Ninety Years Without Slumbering
An old man fears that he will die if his grandfather clock stops running.
Guest starring:  Ed Wynn, Carolyn Kearney, James Callahan, William Sargent, Carol Byron, Dick Wilson,  Chuck HicksJohn Pickard
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/27/1963  133.  S5E13: Ring-A-Ding Girl
Bunny receives a ring from her fan club in her home town. In the ring she sees the faces of people from her hometown telling her she's needed there. She arrives in Howardville on the day of the annual Founder's Day picnic. She tries to get the chairman of the picnic to postpone it a day, but he refuses. She then plans a one-woman show at the auditorium. Before the show, Bunny disappears. Later, a jet airliner crashes onto the picnic grounds. Thanks to Bunny, almost everyone is at the auditorium instead of the picnic grounds. They later find that Bunny was a passenger on the plane.
Guest starring:  Maggie McNamara, Mary Munday, David Macklin,  Bing RussellHank Patterson, Vic Perrin,  George Mitchell, Lou Gerson, Bill Hickman,  Betty Lou Gerson
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/3/1964  134.  S5E14: You Drive
Driving home one rainy evening, Oliver Pope accidentally hits a boy on a bicycle. Pope flees the scene, determined to hide his guilt, but his car has other ideas.
Guest starring:  Edward Andrews, Hellena Westcott, Kevin Hagen, John Hanek, Totty Ames
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/10/1964  135.  S5E15: The Long Morrow
Stansfield, an astronaut, is sent to a planetary system 141 light-years from Earth. The trip will take 20 years each way. To save him the ordeal of forty years of loneliness, he is to be placed in (newly-developed) suspended animation. Before leaving, he meets and becomes enchanted by his colleague Sandra Horn in just one evening, but by the time he returned, Horn would be 40 years older and Stansfield would still be young because of the suspended animation.
Guest starring:  Robert LansingMariette HartleyGeorge MacreadyEdward Binns, William Swan, Donald Spruance
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/17/1964  136.  S5E16: The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross
A man finds that he can trade characteristics with others.
Guest starring:  Don Gordon, Gail Kobe,  Vaughn Taylor, Kathleen O'Malley,  Seymour Cassel, Ted Jacques, Doug Lambert,  Douglas DumbrilleJ. Pat O'Malley
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/24/1964  137.  S5E17: Number 12 Looks Just Like You
In a future where everyone must undergo an operation at the age of 19 to make them identical to everyone else, one woman desperately tries to hang onto her own identity.
Guest starring:  Collin Wilcox,  Suzy Parker, Richard Long, Pam Austin
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/31/1964  138.  S5E18: Black Leather Jackets
Three tough-looking men on motorcycles disrupt a peaceful suburb when they move in. Yet the neighbors could never imagine just how dangerous these men really are.
Guest starring:  Lee Kinsolving,  Shelley Fabares, Michael Forest, Tom Gilleran,  Denver Pyle, Wayne Heffley,  Michael ConradIrene Hervey
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/7/1964  139.  S5E19: Night Call
An elderly, wheelchair-bound lady receives strange anonymous phone calls overnight when she's alone.
Guest starring:  Gladys Cooper
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/14/1964  140.  S5E20: From Agnes - With Love
A computer technician must deal with the queen of all femme fatales: a computer named Agnes who wreaks havoc on his love life.
Guest starring:  Wally Cox,  Sue Randall, Ralph Taeger,  Nan Peterson, Byran Kane, Don Keefer,  Raymond Bailey
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/21/1964  141.  S5E21: Spur of the Moment
After being chased on horseback by a terrifying, unidentified figure in black, Anne Henderson faces the biggest decision of her life.
Guest starring:  Diana Hyland, Robert Hogan, Roger Davis,  Philip OberMarsha Hunt, Jack Raine
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/28/1964  142.  S5E22: An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
As a Confederate spy is about to be hanged, the rope breaks and he falls to the water below. He dodges bullets and heads off for home. He finally reaches it, but as his wife hugs him he stiffens. Suddenly he is back at the bridge, hanging from a rope.
Guest starring:  Roger Jacquet, Anne Cornaly, Anker Larsen, Stephane Fey, Jean-Francois Zeller, Pierre Danny, Louis Adelin
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/6/1964  143.  S5E23: Queen of the Nile
Columnist Jordan Herrick is startled to learn that a famous movie actress hasn't aged in years. Intrigued, he investigates... and soon learns a terrifying secret.
Guest starring:  Lee Phillips,  Ann Blyth, Celia Lovsky,  Frank Ferguson, James Tyler, Ruth Phillips
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/13/1964  144.  S5E24: What's in the Box
A cheating husband sees his secret revealed and it's horrible consequences on his just-repaired TV set.
Guest starring:  William DemarestJoan BlondellSterling Holloway, Herbert Lytton, Sandra Gould, Howard Wright, John L. Sullivan, Ted Christy, Ron Stokes, Douglas Bank, Tony Miller
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/20/1964  145.  S5E25: The Masks
A dying man demands his family wear masks that he's given them at a Mardi Gras party.
Guest starring:  Robert Keith, Virginia Gregg, Alan Sues,  Milton Selzer, Brooke Hayward,  Willis Bouchey, Bill Walker
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/27/1964  146.  S5E26: I Am the Night - Color Me Black
On the day an unpopular idealist is to be executed for the killing of a racist bully, the townsfolk are shocked to see the skies have turned pitch black.
Guest starring:  Michael ConstantinePaul FixGeorge Lindsey, Terry Becker,  Ivan Dixon, Eve McVeagh, Douglas Bank, Ward Wood,  Elizabeth Harrower
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/3/1964  147.  S5E27: Sounds and Silences
A man's wish to listen to loud noise backfires.
Guest starring:  John McGiverPenny Singleton, William Benedict,  Michael Fox, Francis Defales, Renee Aubry
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/10/1964  148.  S5E28: Caesar and Me
A ventriloquist's dummy goads him into committing burglaries.
Guest starring:  Jackie Cooper, Sarah Selby,  Morgan Brittany, Olan Soule, Stafford Repp, Sidney Marion, Don Gazzaniga, Ken Konopka
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/17/1964  149.  S5E29: The Jeopardy Room
Trying to defect, Major Ivan Kuchenko is trapped inside a hotel room with Commissar Vassiloff, a hitman, and Boris, his assistant, in the room across the street. Vassiloff has planted a bomb in the room and Ivan must find it within three hours or be blown to bits.
Guest starring:  Martin LandauJohn Van Dreelen, Robert Kelljan
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/24/1964  150.  S5E30: Stopover in a Quiet Town
Bob and Millie wake up to find they are in a strange town. Everything appears to be props - trees, animals even cars.
Guest starring:  Barry Nelson, Nancy Malone,  Karen Norris, Denise Lynn
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/1/1964  151.  S5E31: The Encounter
A World War II veteran and a Japanese-American gardener battle each other over a war that ended more than 20 years ago.
Guest starring:  Neville BrandGeorge Takei
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/8/1964  152.  S5E32: Mr. Garrity and the Graves
Jared Garrity arrives in the Old West town of Happiness, Arizona, proclaiming he can revive the dead.
Guest starring:  John Cliff, Kate Murtagh,  John DehnerJ. Pat O'Malley, John Mitchum, Patrick O'Moore, Norman Leavitt, Percy Helton,  Stanley Adams
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/15/1964  153.  S5E33: The Brain Center at Whipple's
A factory CEO replaces human workers with machines.
Guest starring:  Richard DeaconTed De CorsiaRobby the Robot
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/22/1964  154.  S5E34: Come Wander with Me
A singer searches for an authentic folk song.
Guest starring:  Gary Crosby, Bonnie Beecher, Jonathan Bolt,  Hank Patterson
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/29/1964  155.  S5E35: The Fear
Two people in a remote cabin find signs of an extraterrestrial.
Guest starring:  Peter Mark RichmanHazel Court
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    6/19/1964  156.  S5E36: The Bewitchin' Pool
Two unhappy children find a happy escape in a swimming pool.
Guest starring:  Kim Hector, Dee Hartford,  Mary Badham, Tim Stafford, Georgia Simmons,  Harold Gould, Tod Andrews
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    10/2/1959  157.  Where Is Everybody?
Mike Ferris finds himself in a town strangely devoid of people. But despite the emptiness, he has the odd feeling that he's being watched...
Director:  Robert Stevens  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Earl Holliman, James Gregory,  Paul LangtonJay Overholts, Garry Walberg, Carter Mullaly, Jim Johnson,  John Conwell, James McCallion
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    10/9/1959  158.  One for the Angels
A street salesman cleverly eludes Death. But if he lives, a little girl must die in his place.
Director:  Robert Parrish  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Ed WynnMurray Hamilton, Dana Dillaway,  Mickey MagaJay Overholts, Merritt Bohn
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    10/16/1959  159.  Mr. Denton on Doomsday
A has-been, drunk gunslinger finds his fast-draw abilities magically restored.
Director:  Allen Reisner  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Dan Duryea,  Martin Landau, Doug McClure,  Bill Erwin, Robert Burton,  Arthur BatanidesKen Lynch, Jeanne Cooper,  Malcolm Atterbury
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    10/23/1959  160.  The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine
An aging, former movie star lives and dreams in the past, constantly watching her old movies alone in her room.
Director:  Mitchell Leisen  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Ida LupinoMartin BalsamTed De Corsia, John Clarke,  Jerome Cowan, Alice Frost
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    10/30/1959  161.  Walking Distance
Martin Sloan, driving through the country, leaves his car and starts to walk toward his hometown, Homewood. He finds things exactly as they were when he was a child. He soon realizes he's gone back in time.
Director:  Robert Stevens  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Andrew Nielsen 
Guest starring:  Gig YoungFrank Overton, Michael Montgomery,  Ron Howard, Irene Tedrow,  Byron Foulger, Sheridan Comerate, Joseph Corey, Buzz Martin,  Nan PetersonJ. Pat O'Malley
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    11/6/1959  162.  Escape Clause
A hypochondriac exchanges his soul for immortality and indestructibility.
Director:  Mitchell Leisen  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  David WayneThomas GomezVirginia Christine, Allan Lurie,  Raymond Bailey, Wendell Holmes, Dick Wilson,  Joe FlynnNesdon Booth, George Baxter,  Paul E. Burns
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    11/13/1959  163.  The Lonely
Corry, a man stranded on an asteroid after being convicted of a crime, receives a present of a robot who looks and sounds like a real woman.
Director:  Jack Smight  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Jack WardenJean MarshJohn DehnerTed KnightJames Turley
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    11/20/1959  164.  Time Enough at Last
A bank teller, obsessed with reading, finds himself alone after a nuclear blast.
Director:  John Brahm  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Lynn Venable 
Guest starring:  Burgess MeredithVaughn TaylorJacqueline deWitLela Bliss
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    11/27/1959  165.  Perchance to Dream
A man is terrified of falling asleep for fear he might die.
Director:  Robert Florey  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  Richard Conte, John Larch, Suzanne Lloyd, Eddie Marr, Russell Trent, Ted Stanhope
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    12/4/1959  166.  Judgment Night
In 1942, a German wonders why he's on the deck of a British steamship, with no memory of how he got there, and an overwhelming sense of impending doom.
Director:  John Brahm  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Nehemiah PersoffBen WrightPatrick Macnee, Deirdre Owne, Leslie Bradley,  Kendrick Huxham, Hugh Sanders, Richard Peel, Donald Journeaux, Barry Bernard, James Franciscus, Debbie Joyce
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    12/11/1959  167.  And When the Sky Was Opened
Three astronauts have returned from this first space flight. Major Gart is hospitalized with a broken leg. The other two, Colonels Harrington and Forbes head for a bar. Harrington gets a strange feeling.
Director:  Douglas Heyes  Writer:  Richard Matheson  / Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Rod TaylorCharles AidmanJim Hutton, Maxine Cooper,  Sue RandallPaul Bryar, Joe Bassett, Gloria Pall, Elizabeth Fielding
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    12/25/1959  168.  What You Need
A two-bit thug thinks he's found the key to a better life in an old sidewalk salesman who has the uncanny ability to tell people what they need the most.
Director:  Alvin Ganzer  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Henry Kuttner  / C.L. Moore  / Lewis Padgett 
Guest starring:  Steve CochranErnest TruexArlene Martel, Read Morgan, William Edmonson, Judy Ellis, Fred Kruger, Norman Sturgis, Frank Allocca, Mark Sunday
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    1/1/1960  169.  The Four of Us Are Dying
A man who can change his face to resemble others gets into hot water with gangsters.
Director:  John Brahm  Writer:  Rod Serling  / George Clayton Johnson 
Guest starring:  Harry Townes,  Ross Martin, Phillip Pine,  Don Gordon, Beverly Garland,  Peter BroccoBernard Fein, Milton Frome,  Harry Jackson, Bob Hopkins, Pat Comiskey, Sam Rawlins
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    1/8/1960  170.  Third from the Sun
With all-out nuclear war about to ignite, a scientist and his pilot friend plot to escape on an experimental spaceship.
Director:  Richard L. Bare  Writer:  Richard Matheson  / Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Fritz WeaverJoe MarossEdward Andrews, Lori March, Denise Alexander, Jeanne Evans, Will J. White,  S. John Launer
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    1/15/1960  171.  I Shot an Arrow into the Air
Three astronauts believe they have crashed on an asteroid.
Director:  Stuart Rosenberg  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Madelon Champion 
Guest starring:  Dewey MartinEdward Binns, Ted Otis, Leslie Barrett,  Harry Bartell
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    1/22/1960  172.  The Hitch-Hiker
Alone on a cross-country trip, a woman continually sees the same hitch-hiker everywhere she looks.
Director:  Alvin Ganzer  Writer:  Lucille Fletcher  / Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Inger Stevens,  Leonard StrongAdam WilliamsLew GalloRuss BenderGeorge Mitchell, Dwight Townsend,  Eleanor Audley
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    1/29/1960  173.  The Fever
Tight fisted Franklin Gibbs is not pleased when his wife wins a trip for two to Las Vegas. But things change when he falls under the spell of a slot machine that calls his name.
Director:  Robert Florey  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Everett Sloane, Vivi Janiss, Art Lewis,  Lee Millar, Bill Kendis, Lee Sands, Marc Towers, Arthur Peterson, Carole Kent,  Jeffrey Sayre
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    2/5/1960  174.  The Last Flight
A World War I flying ace flies through a mysterious cloud - and lands at a modern U.S. air base in the year 1959!
Director:  William F. Claxton  Writer:  Richard Matheson 
Guest starring:  Kenneth Haigh, Simon Scott, Alexander Scourby,  Robert Warwick, Harry Raybould, Jerry Catron, Jack Perkins,  Paul Baxley
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    2/12/1960  175.  The Purple Testament
Lt. Fitzgerald has found his own special wartime hell. Looking into the faces of his men prior to battle, he has the disquieting ability to see who is about to die.
Director:  Richard L. Bare  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  William Reynolds,  Dick YorkBarney PhillipsRon Masak, William Phipps,  S. John Launer, Michael Vandever,  Paul MazurskyMarc CavellWarren Oates
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    2/19/1960  176.  Elegy
Three astronauts land on what looks like Earth 200 years before they left--only all of the people seem frozen in time.
Director:  Douglas Heyes  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  Cecil Kellaway, Kevin Hagen, Jeff Morrow,  Don Dubbins
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    2/26/1960  177.  Mirror Image
Millicent Barnes sees her double at a bus terminal.
Director:  John Brahm  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Vera Miles, Martin Milner, Joe Hamilton, Ferris Taylor,  Naomi Stevens, Terese Lyon,  Edwin Rand
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    3/4/1960  178.  The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street
Paranoia strikes the residents of Maple Street when they believe human-looking aliens have invaded the neighborhood.
Director:  Ron Winston  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Claude AkinsJack Weston, Barry Atwater,  Amzie Strickland, Anne Barton,  Jan Handzlik, Burt Metcalfe, Mary Gregory, Jason Johnson, Lea Waggner, Joan Sudlow, Ben Erway, Lyn Guild, Sheldon Allman, William Walsh
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    3/11/1960  179.  A World of Difference
Businessman Arthur Curtis finds his phone dead. He is then surprised to hear a voice yell, "Cut!" and see that his office is just a set on a sound stage. Everyone tells him that he is Jerry Raigan, a drunken movie star on the decline, and "Arthur Curtis" is a character he is playing in the movie "The Private World of Arthur Curtis".
Director:  Ted Post  Writer:  Richard Matheson 
Guest starring:  Howard Duff, Frank Maxwell, Eileen Ryan,  David White, Gail Kobe, Peter Walker, Susan Dorn, Bill Idelson
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    3/18/1960  180.  Long Live Walter Jameson
Walter Jameson is an excellent history teacher who talks about the past as if he had lived it.
Director:  Anton Leader  / Tony Leader  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  Kevin McCarthy, Edgar Stehli,  Estelle Winwood, Dody Heath
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    3/25/1960  181.  People Are Alike All Over
When a space exploration crashes on Mars, the surviving passenger is surprised to find that Martians are human-looking, very friendly and apparently just like us...
Director:  Mitchell Leisen  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Paul W. Fairman 
Guest starring:  Roddy McDowall, Paul Comi, Susan Oliver,  Byron Morrow, Vic Perrin, Vernon Gray
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    4/1/1960  182.  Execution
Just before being hanged for shooting a man in the back, a man in 1880 is transported into the future.
Director:  David Orrick McDearmon  Writer:  Rod Serling  / George Clayton Johnson 
Guest starring:  Albert Salmi, Russell Johnson,  Than WyennGeorge MitchellJon Lormer, Fay Roope, Richard Karlan, Joe Haworth
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    4/8/1960  183.  The Big Tall Wish
Even though Jackson breaks his hand prior to the fight, he wins because Henry - a boy who adores the fighter and believes in magic - made the ""big, tall wish."" After the fight the boxer refuses to believe in magic. Henry tells him if he doesn't believe, it won't be true. Jackson just can't believe. Suddenly, Jackson is back in the ring, and counted out.
Director:  Ron Winston  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Ivan Dixon, Steven Perry, Kim Hamilton,  Walter Burke, Henry Scott, Charles Horvath, Carl McIntire, Frankie Van
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    4/15/1960  184.  A Nice Place to Visit
After being shot to death, Rocky Valentine encounters the amiable white-haired Mr. Pip, who gives Rocky everything he wishes for.
Director:  John Brahm  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  Larry Blyden,  Sebastian CabotJohn Close, Wayne Tucker, Sandra Warner, Barbara English, Nels Nelson, Bill Mullikin
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    4/29/1960  185.  Nightmare as a Child
Schoolteacher Helen Foley finds a strange and very serious little girl on the stairs outside her apartment. The little girl seems to know her, and tries to jog her memory about a man she saw earlier that day. The man arrives at Helen's door.
Director:  Alvin Ganzer  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Janice Rule, Terry Burnham, Shepperd Strudwick,  Michael Fox, Joe Perry,  Morgan Brittany
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    5/6/1960  186.  A Stop at Willoughby
Riding home on the train one day, a man falls asleep and dreams it is 1880, and he is entering a small town called Willoughby.
Director:  Robert Parrish  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  James Daly, Patricia Donahue, Howard Smith, Jason Wingreen, Mavis Neal Palmer, James Maloney, Billy Booth, Butch Hengen, Ryan Hayes, Max Slaten
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    5/13/1960  187.  The Chaser
A man, desperate to win the affection of a beautiful woman, slips her a love potion. He is overjoyed that the potion works so well...at first.
Director:  Douglas Heyes  Writer:  John Collier  / Robert Presnell Jr.  / John Henry Collier 
Guest starring:  George Grizzard,  John McIntire, Patricia Barry,  J. Pat O'MalleyMarjorie BennettBarbara Perry, Rusty Westcoatt, Duane Grey
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    5/20/1960  188.  A Passage for Trumpet
A trumpet player who's convinced he'll never amount to anything attempts suicide and finds himself in a world where no one can hear or see him.
Director:  Don Medford  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Jack KlugmanJohn Anderson, Mary Webster, Frank Wolff,  James FlavinNed Glass, Diane Honodel
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    6/3/1960  189.  Mr. Bevis
A man (Bevis) meets his guardian angel.
Director:  William Asher  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Orson Bean,  Henry JonesCharles Lane, Horace McMahon,  William Schallert, Florence MacMichael, Dorothy Neumann,  Vito Scotti, House Peters Jr., Coleen O'Sullivan, Timmy Cletro
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    6/10/1960  190.  The After Hours
A woman discovers that the floor of a department store, on which she bought a gold thimble, doesn't exist - and that her ""saleslady"" is really a mannequin!
Director:  Douglas Heyes  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Anne Francis, Elizabeth Allen, James Millhollin,  John Conwell, Patrick Whyte, Nancy Rennick
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    6/17/1960  191.  The Mighty Casey
Dr. Stillman arranges to have his human-looking robot signed up as the star pitcher of the Hoboken Zephyrs. The team zooms to fourth place thanks to Casey. After he's beaned by a ball, a doctor discovers Casey has no heart. The rules say nine men make up a team, and without a heart Casey is not a man. Dr. Stillman gives Casey a heart, but he becomes too compassionate to strike out other players. The Zephyrs lose the pennant, and Casey is washed up in baseball. Dr. Stillman gives the coach, Mouth McGarry, Casey's blueprints as a momento. Looking at them, Mcgarry gets a sudden inspiration, and chases after the doctor
Director:  Robert Parrish  /  Alvin Ganzer  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Jack Warden, Robert Sorrells, Abraham Sofaer,  Alan Dexter, Don Kelly, Jonathan Hole, Rusty Lane
    Seen it: Yes   25 mins    7/1/1960  192.  A World of His Own
A playwright makes characters come to life.
Director:  Ralph Nelson  Writer:  Richard Matheson 
Guest starring:  Keenan WynnPhyllis Kirk, Mary La Roche
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    9/30/1960  193.  King Nine Will Not Return
A WWII captain finds himself in the desert, next to his crashed plane. Where is his crew? And why are futuristic jet planes flying overhead?
Director:  Buzz Kulik  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Bob Cummings,  Paul Lambert, Gene Lyons, Jenna McMahon, Seymour Green
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/7/1960  194.  The Man in the Bottle
A discontented curio shop owner thinks he's finally found happiness when a genie he discovers in an old bottle grants him four wishes.
Director:  Don Medford  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Luther Adler, Vivi Janiss,  Joseph Ruskin, Peter Coe, Lisa Golm, Albert Szabo, Olan Soule
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/14/1960  195.  Nervous Man in a Four Dollar Room
Ordered to commit a murder he doesn't want to perform, a smalltime hood nervously looks in the mirror and sees the man he could have been--confident, strong...and determined to get out.
Director:  Douglas Heyes  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Joe Mantell, William D. Gordon
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/28/1960  196.  A Thing About Machines
A writer feels that the machines in his house are conspiring against him.
Director:  David Orrick McDearmon  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Richard HaydnBarney Phillips, Barbara Stuart,  Jay OverholtsHenry BeckmanLew Brown, Margarita Cordova
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/4/1960  197.  The Howling Man
A man, on a walking trip of Europe, gets caught in a storm. He finds remote monastery that contains a prisoner.
Director:  Douglas Heyes  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  H.M. WynantJohn CarradineRobin Hughes, Frederic Ledebur,  Ezelle Poule
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/11/1960  198.  The Eye of the Beholder
A young woman undergoes ""experimental treatments"" in an attempt to make her appear ""normal"".
Director:  Douglas Heyes  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Maxine Stuart,  Donna Douglas, William D. Gordon, Edson Stroll, Jennifer Howard, George Keymas, Joanna Heyes
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/18/1960  199.  Nick of Time
A superstitious newlywed becomes obsessed by a penny fortune-telling machine when he and his new wife are stranded with car trouble.
Director:  Richard L. Bare  Writer:  Richard Matheson 
Guest starring:  William Shatner, Patricia Breslin, Guy Wilkerson, Stafford Repp, Walter Reed,  Dee Carroll
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/2/1960  200.  The Lateness of the Hour
Dr. Loren enjoys the faultless robot servants he has invented. His daughter, however, feels imprisoned by them--and soon learns how right she is.
Director:  Jack Smight  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Inger Stevens,  John Hoyt, Irene Tedrow, Mary Gregory, Tom Palmer, Valley Keene, Doris Karnes, Jason Johnson
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/9/1960  201.  The Trouble with Templeton
Booth Templeton is an aging actor who longs for the old days when his wife was alive. Miraculously, he is given a sobering glimpse of the past he holds so dear.
Director:  Buzz Kulik  Writer:  E. Jack Neuman 
Guest starring:  Brian AhernePippa Scott, Charles S. Carlson, Dave Willock, King Calder,  Larry J. BlakeDavid Thursby, John Kroger,  Sydney Pollack
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/16/1960  202.  A Most Unusual Camera
Chester Diedrich and his wife Paula, after burglarizing a curio shop, end up with a camera that takes pictures of events five minutes into the future.
Director:  John Rich  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Fred Clark, Jean Carson,  Adam WilliamsMarcel Hillaire
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/23/1960  203.  The Night of the Meek
A down-on-his-luck department store Santa Claus discovers a bottomless sack of toys.
Director:  Jack Smight  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Art CarneyJohn FiedlerBurt Mustin, Robert P. Lieb,  Meg WyllieVal Avery, Kay Cousins, Larrian Gillespie, Andrea Darvi
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/6/1961  204.  Dust
After selling the rope for a hanging, a conscienceless peddler, tries to sell the condemned man's father a bag of ""magic dust"".
Director:  Douglas Heyes  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Thomas Gomez, John Larch,  Vladimir Sokoloff, Douglas Heyes Jr., John Alonso, Paul Genge,  Dorothy Adams, Duane Grey, John Lormer, Andrea Darvi, Daniel White
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/13/1961  205.  Back There
It's April 14, 1961. Peter Corrigan and friends are discussing time travel at their men's club. Corrigan suddenly becomes dizzy. When his head clears, he has moved back to April 14, 1865 - the date of Lincoln's assassination. He tries to warn everyone at Ford's Theater, but ends up being arrested. Mr. Wellington asks that Corrigan be remanded to his custody. Wellington is actually John Wilkes Booth, and he wants no interference. He drugs Corrigan, and when he wakes up it's too late. He returns to the present, ready to tell his friends that the past really can't be changed. But he is shocked to find that William, formerly the attendant, is now rich. His great-grandfather was the only person to believe Corrigan, and made a name for himself trying to stop the assassination.
Director:  David Orrick McDearmon  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Russell Johnson,  Bartlett RobinsonPaul Hartman, John Lasell,  Nora Marlowe, James Lydon,  Raymond Bailey, Raymond Greenleaf,  John Eldredge, James Gavin, Jean Inness,  Lew Brown, Carol Rossen,  J. Pat O'Malley
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/20/1961  206.  The Whole Truth
A peculiar Model A automobile compels a used car dealer to tell only the truth.
Director:  James Sheldon  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Jack CarsonLoring Smith, Arte Johnson,  Nan PetersonGeorge Chandler, Jack King, Patrick Westwood, Lee Sabinson, Ray Reese
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/27/1961  207.  The Invaders
An old woman in an isolated farmhouse encounters tiny, hostile aliens.
Director:  Douglas Heyes  Writer:  Richard Matheson 
Guest starring:  Agnes Moorehead, Douglas Heyes
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/3/1961  208.  A Penny For Your Thoughts
The lucky flip of a coin seems to give a mild-mannered bank clerk the power to read minds. But he soon learns that you can't believe everything you read.
Director:  James Sheldon  Writer:  George Clayton Johnson 
Guest starring:  Dick York, June Dayton,  Dan TobinCyril DelevantiHayden Rorke, James Nolan, Frank London, Anthony Ray, Patrick Waltz
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/10/1961  209.  Twenty Two
Miss Powell has a recurring nightmare about room 22 in a morgue.
Director:  Jack Smight  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Barbara NicholsJonathan HarrisArlene Martel, Fredd Wayne,  Norma ConnollyMary AdamsWesley Lau, Joseph Sargent,  Jay Overholts, Carole Conn
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/24/1961  210.  The Odyssey of Flight 33
A commercial aircraft mysteriously travels back through time.
Director:  Justus Addiss  / Justin Addiss  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  John Anderson, Paul Comi, Harp McGuire,  Sandy Kenyon, Wayne Heffley, Betty Garde, Beverly Brown, Nancy Rennick,  Jay Overholts, Lester Fletcher
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/3/1961  211.  Mr. Dingle, the Strong
Martians give Luther Dingle the strength of 300 men.
Director:  John Brahm  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Burgess MeredithDon RicklesJames Westerfield, Edward Ryder,  Douglas SpencerMichael Fox, James Millhollin, Jay Hector, Donald Losby, Greg Irvin,  Phil ArnoldDouglas EvansFrank Richards, Jo Ann Dixon, Bob Duggan
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/10/1961  212.  Static
Ed Lindsay hates television, so he gets his old radio out of the basement of the boardinghouse where he lives. He soon finds he can receive programs from the past when he's alone.
Director:  Buzz Kulik  / OCee Ritch  Writer:  Charles Beaumont  / Oceo Ritch 
Guest starring:  Dean Jagger, Carmen Mathews, Bob Crane,  Jay OverholtsAlice Pearce
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/24/1961  213.  The Prime Mover
Ace Larsen discovers his business partner has the ability to control objects with his mind. The pair head to Vegas to win big.
Director:  Richard L. Bare  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  Buddy Ebsen, Dane Clark, Christine White, Robert Riordan, William Keene,  Nesdon BoothClancy Cooper, Jane Burgess, Joe Scott
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/31/1961  214.  Long Distance Call
A young boy find he can communicate with his dead grandmother through a toy phone.
Director:  James Sheldon  Writer:  Charles Beaumont  / Bill Idelson 
Guest starring:  Bill Mumy, Lili Darvas, Philip Abbott, Patricia Smith, Jenny Maxwell, Henry Hunter, Reid Hammond,  Lew Brown, Robert L. McCord, Jim Turley, Jutta Parr
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/7/1961  215.  A Hundred Yards over the Rim
In 1847 a western settler sets out to find medicine for his dying son - and stumbles into modern-day New Mexico.
Director:  Buzz Kulik  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Cliff RobertsonJohn Crawford, Miranda Jones,  John AstinEvans Evans, Robert L. McCord,  Edward Platt
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/21/1961  216.  The Rip Van Winkle Caper
Thieves put themselves into suspended animation for 100 years after hiding a million dollars worth of gold bars.
Director:  Justus Addiss  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Oscar Beregi Jr,  Simon OaklandLew Gallo, John Mitchum,  Wallace Rooney, Shirley O'Hara, Robert L. McCord, Dave Armstrong
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/28/1961  217.  The Silence
Archie Taylor, who wants his men's club quiet, offers Jamie Tennyson half a million dollars to remain silent for one year. To insure his unbroken silence, he will live in the club's basement. In debt, and with a wife that has expensive tastes, Tennyson agrees. During the year, Taylor tries every trick in the book to get Tennyson to talk, however he remains silent. Finally, the year is up and Tennyson emerges from the basement to collect his money. Taylor then reveals that he lost his fortune ten years before, and never intended to pay off the bet. Tennyson remains silent, but writes a note to Taylor. It says: "I knew I would not be able to keep my part of the bargain, so one year ago I had the nerves to my vocal chords severed!"
Director:  Boris Sagal  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Franchot Tone,  Liam SullivanJonathan HarrisCyril DelevantiJohn Holland, Felix Locher,  Everett Glass
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/5/1961  218.  Shadow Play
Trapped in a recurring nightmare, a man (Dennis Weaver) tries to persuade those who are sentencing him to death that the whole scenario is not real.
Director:  John Brahm  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  Dennis Weaver, Harry Townes,  Wright King, William Edmonson, Anne Barton, Bernie Hamilton, Thomas Nello, Mack Williams, Gene Roth, Jack Hyde, Howard Culver,  John Close
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/12/1961  219.  The Mind and the Matter
A book on the power of thought enables an irritable worker (Shelley Berman) to re-create the world exactly as he wants it. But what he wants and what he gets are two different things!
Director:  Buzz Kulik  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Shelley Berman, Jack Grinnage, Chet Stratton,  Jeane Wood
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/26/1961  220.  Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up
State troopers follow tracks from an unidentified flying object to a diner where they try to determine which of the seven bus passengers stranded inside is really a Martian.
Director:  Montgomery Pittman  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  John HoytBarney PhillipsJack Elam, Bill Kendis,  Jean WillesJohn ArcherMorgan Jones
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    6/2/1961  221.  The Obsolete Man
In a future state where religion and books have been banned, a librarian (Burgess Meridith) is judged obsolete by the Chancellor (Fritz Weaver) and sentenced to death.
Director:  Elliot Silverstein  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Burgess MeredithFritz WeaverJosip Elic, Harry Fleer, Barry Brooks, Harold Innocent, Jane Romeyn
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    9/15/1961  222.  Two
A man and a woman, on opposite sides of a future war, encounter each other in a deserted town.
Director:  Montgomery Pittman  Writer:  Montgomery Pittman 
Guest starring:  Charles Bronson, Elizabeth Montgomery, Sharon Lucas
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    9/22/1961  223.  The Arrival
A plane lands safely, but all its passengers, pilot and crew are missing!
Director:  Boris Sagal  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Harold J. Stone, Fredd Wayne, Noah Keen, Jim Boles,  Bing RussellRobert Karnes
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    9/29/1961  224.  The Shelter
When a UFO invasion appears imminent, several suburban friends and neighbours fight over control of a single bomb shelter.
Director:  Lamont Johnson  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Larry GatesJack Albertson, Joseph Bernard,  Sandy Kenyon, Peggy Stewart, Michael Burns, Jo Helton, Moria Turner, Mary Gregory,  John McLiam
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/6/1961  225.  The Passersby
On the road home from the Civil War, a Confederate soldier stops at a burned-out house and gets to know the owner, a recent widow.
Director:  Elliot Silverstein  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Joanne Linville, James Gregory, Austin Green, Rex Holman, David Garcia,  Warren J. Kemmerling
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/13/1961  226.  A Game of Pool
Championship pool player Fats Brown returns from the grave for one last game.
Director:  Buzz Kulik  Writer:  George Clayton Johnson 
Guest starring:  Jack KlugmanJonathan Winters
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/20/1961  227.  The Mirror
After a poor but ambitious Central American farm worker overthrows his country's tyrannical leader, he believes he sees assassins everywhere. A look in the mirror reveals his most dangerous enemy.
Director:  Don Medford  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Peter Falk, Tony Carbone,  Vladimir Sokoloff, Dave Armstrong, Val Ruffino, Jim Turley, Richard Karlan,  Arthur Batanides, Will Kuluva, Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr, Robert L. McCord
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/27/1961  228.  The Grave
Before he died, notorious gunslinger Pinto Sykes put a curse on hired-gun Conny Miller. Miller returns to town and is challenged to visit the grave of Sykes, despite the curse.
Director:  Montgomery Pittman  Writer:  Montgomery Pittman 
Guest starring:  Lee MarvinStrother MartinJames BestLee Van Cleef, Elen Willard, William Challee, Stafford Repp, Larry Johns, Richard Geary
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/3/1961  229.  It's a Good Life
Little Anthony Fremont controls an entire town with his ability to read minds and make people do as he wishes. Which is a real good thing.
Director:  Jerome Bixby  /  James Sheldon  Writer:  Jerome Bixby  / Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Bill Mumy, John Larch,  Cloris Leachman, Tom Hatcher, Jeanne Bates, Lenore Kingston, Max Showalter, Don Keefer, Alice Frost
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/10/1961  230.  Deaths-Head Revisited
A former Nazi SS Captain returns to the ruins of a concentration camp to reminisce, and is met by one of his victims.
Director:  Don Medford  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Joseph Schildkraut, Oscar Beregi Jr, Karen Verne, Robert Boon,  Ben Wright, Chuck Fox
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/17/1961  231.  The Midnight Sun
The Earth's orbit has been changed, drawing ever closer to the sun and promising eminent destruction.
Director:  Anton Leader  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Lois Nettleton, Betty Garde, Tom Reese, Jason Wingreen, June Ellis, William Keene, Robert J. Stevenson
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/24/1961  232.  Still Valley
Paradine wanders into a town full of Union soldiers. They are all frozen in time by a old man with a black book. Knowing he will die soon, the old man gives the book to Paradine, telling him to use it to win the war. He takes the book back to camp and convinces his commanding officer to allow him to try to freeze the entire Union army. When he starts to read the book aloud he realizes he will have to call on the Devil, and renounce God to cast the spell. He throws the book on the fire and decides to allow the war to end in its own way.
Director:  James Sheldon  / Manly Wade Wellman  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Manly Wade Wellman 
Guest starring:  Mark Tapscott, Jack Mann, Addison Myers,  Vaughn TaylorGary MerrillBen Cooper
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/1/1961  233.  The Jungle
Alan Richards plans to build a dam in Africa on a tribe's ancestral land. The tribe's voodoo doctor puts a curse on him.
Director:  William F. Claxton  / Charles Beaumont  / William Claxton  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  John Dehner, Emily McLaughlin,  Walter BrookeJay Adler, Hugh Sanders, Howard Wright, Donald Foster,  Jay Overholts
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/15/1961  234.  Once Upon a Time
Woodrow, a janitor living in the year 1890, accidentally activates a time travelling helmet which transports him to 1962 - then promptly breaks down!
Director:  Norman Z. McLeod  / Les Goodwins  Writer:  Richard Matheson 
Guest starring:  Buster KeatonStanley AdamsJesse WhiteJames Flavin, Gil Lamb, Milton Parsons, Warren Parker, Harry Fleer,  George E. Stone
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/22/1961  235.  Five Characters in Search of an Exit
A hobo, clown, bagpipe player, ballerina and military officer are trapped in a huge cylinder.
Director:  Lamont Johnson  / Marvin Petal  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Marvin Petal 
Guest starring:  William Windom, Murray Matheson, Susan Harrison, Kelton Garwood, Clark Allen, Mona Houghton, Carol Hill
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/29/1961  236.  A Quality of Mercy
A soldier gets a new perspective on war when he is forced to experience it from his enemy's point of view.
Director:  Buzz Kulik  / Sam Rolfe  Writer:  Sam Rolfe  / Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Dean StockwellAlbert SalmiJerry FujikawaLeonard Nimoy, Rayford Barnes, Ralph Votrian,  Dale Ishimoto, J.H. Fujikawa, Michael Pataki
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/5/1962  237.  Nothing in the Dark
A lonely old woman refuses to leave her apartment for fear of meeting ""Mr. Death.""
Director:  Lamont Johnson  Writer:  George Clayton Johnson 
Guest starring:  Gladys CooperRobert RedfordR.G. Armstrong
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/12/1962  238.  One More Pallbearer
Paul Radin has invited three people to join him in his bomb shelter.
Director:  Lamont Johnson  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Joseph Wiseman, Gage Clarke, Katherine Squire,  Trevor Bardette, Ray Galvin,  Josip Elic, Robert Snyder
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/19/1962  239.  Dead Man's Shoes
A vagrant steps into a murdered gangster's expensive shoes and is taken over by the dead man's ghost, who vows to remain on Earth to seek revenge against his killer.
Director:  Montgomery Pittman  Writer:  Charles Beaumont  / Oceo Ritch  / OCee Ritch 
Guest starring:  Warren StevensBen Wright, Joan Marshall,  Harry SwogerEugene Borden, Richard Devon, Florence Marly, Ron Hagerthy, Joe Mell
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/26/1962  240.  The Hunt
On a hunting trip, Hyder Simpson and his dog Rip dive into a lake after a raccoon. When he gets home he finds that no one can see or hear him.
Director:  Harold D. Schuster  / Harold Schuster  Writer:  Earl Hamner Jr. 
Guest starring:  Arthur HunnicuttJeanette Nolan, Titus Moede, Orville Sherman, Charles Seel, Dexter Dupont,  Robert Foulk
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/2/1962  241.  Showdown with Rance McGrew
Rance McGrew is shooting a scene where ""Jesse James"" shoots him in the back. He is suddenly transported to a real Old West saloon, and the real Jesse James enters. He tells Rance that he and the other desperadoes of old are tired of the way they are being portrayed. He challenges Rance to a gun fight. Rance, having never shot a gun, falls to his knees and says he'll do anything to spare his life. Jesse agrees, and Rance is suddenly back on the studio lot. Then Rance's agent, Jesse James, arrives. He plans on staying and insuring that the outlaws always win. He begins with the TV Jesse James throwing Rance through a window.
Director:  Christian Nyby  / Frederick Louis Fox  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Frederick Louis Fox 
Guest starring:  Larry Blyden,  Arch JohnsonRobert Cornthwaite, Robert Stevenson, Bill McLean, Troy Melton,  Jay OverholtsHal K. Dawson, Bob Kline,  James Turley
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/9/1962  242.  Kick the Can
The senior residents of Sunnyvale decide that the secret to youth is acting young, and in particular playing a childhood game called ""kick-the-can.""
Director:  Lamont Johnson  Writer:  George Clayton Johnson 
Guest starring:  Ernest TruexRussell CollinsJohn MarleyHank Patterson, Earle Hodgins,  Marjorie Bennett, Lenore Shanewise, Anne O'Neal,  Burt Mustin, Barry Truex, Eve McVeagh, Gregory McCabe, Marc Stevens
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/16/1962  243.  A Piano in the House
Fortune discovers that a piano he bought his wife for her birthday has magical properties - the music it plays makes people reveal their true essence. At the party, Fortune uses the piano to humiliate the guests - an overweight woman reveals fantasies of being thin and a playwright admits to being in love with Fortune's wife. Fortune hands his wife another roll to put in the piano, but his wife substitutes a different roll - one that enchants Fortune. He reveals himself to be nothing more than a sadistic, mean-spirited child. The guests all leave along with Fortune's wife.
Director:  David Greene  Writer:  Earl Hamner Jr. 
Guest starring:  Barry Morse
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/23/1962  244.  The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank
Jeff Myrtlebank comes back to life at his own funeral and soon begins to act very strangely...
Director:  Montgomery Pittman  Writer:  Montgomery Pittman 
Guest starring:  James Best, Sherry Jackson, Lance Fuller,  Dub Taylor, Ralph Moody,  Ezelle Poule, Helen Wallace, Vickie Barnes, Bill Fawcett,  Edgar Buchanan, Mabel Forrest,  Jon Lormer, Pat Hector, Jim Houghton
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/2/1962  245.  To Serve Man
The Kanamits, 9 foot tall aliens, arrive on Earth with one lofty goal: To Serve Man.
Director:  Richard L. Bare  / Damon Knight  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Damon Knight 
Guest starring:  Lloyd Bochner,  Richard Kiel, Susan Cummings, J.H. Fujikawa, James L. Wellman,  Charles Tannen, Gene Benton, Nelson Olmsted, Carlton Young,  Bartlett Robinson, Theodore Marcuse,  Hardie Albright, Robert Tafur, Lomax Study, Adrienne Marden, Will J. White, Jeanne Evans,  Joseph
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/9/1962  246.  The Fugitive
Old Ben, who is able to transform himself into anything, tries to help a crippled little girl.
Director:  Richard L. Bare  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  J. Pat O'Malley, Susan Gordon,  Nancy KulpWesley Lau, Paul Tripp,  Russ Bender, Stephen Talbott, Johnny Eiman
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/16/1962  247.  Little Girl Lost
A six-year-old girl rolls under her bed and vanishes into a fourth dimension. Her parents and a neighbor struggle to free her before the hole between the dimensions closes forever.
Director:  Paul Stewart  Writer:  Richard Matheson 
Guest starring:  Charles Aidman, Robert Sampson, Sarah Marshall, Tracy Stratford, Rhoda Williams
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/23/1962  248.  Person or Persons Unknown
David Gurney wakes up to find that no one - his wife, his co-workers, his best friend, not even his own mother knows him. He is put in an asylum, but escapes and finds a picture of himself and his wife, proving who he is. When the police arrive, the picture has changed and only shows David by himself. He falls to the floor and wakes up in his bed. It was just a dream. His wife gets up and goes to the bathroom to remove some cream from her face. When she returns David is shocked to see that although she talks the same as always, she looks nothing like the wife he knows.
Director:  John Brahm  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  Richard Long, Frank Silvera, Shirley Ballard, Julie Van Zandt
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/30/1962  249.  The Little People
An astronaut declares himself a god when his ship lands on a planet populated by people smaller than ants.
Director:  William F. Claxton  / William Claxton  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Joe MarossClaude AkinsMichael Ford, Robert Eaton
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/6/1962  250.  Four O'Clock
Oliver Crangle is a bitter, prejudiced man. Through unknown means he intends to shrink every evil person in the world at four o'clock. When four o'clock comes around, it is he who shrinks.
Director:  Lamont Johnson  / Price Day  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Price Day 
Guest starring:  Theodore Bikel
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/13/1962  251.  Hocus Pocus & Frisby
A loud-mouthed braggart's boasts attract the attention of some aliens.
Director:  Lamont Johnson  / Frederick Louis Fox  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Frederick Louis Fox 
Guest starring:  Andy DevineMilton Selzer, Larry Breitman,  Dabbs GreerHoward McNearClem BevansPeter Brocco
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/20/1962  252.  The Trade-Ins
An elderly couple visit the New Life Corporation, hoping to transport their personalities into youthful artificial bodies.
Director:  Elliot Silverstein  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Joseph Schildkraut, Alma Platt, Noah Keen, Theodore Marcuse, Edson Stroll, Terrence de Marney, Billy Vincent, Mary McMahon,  David Armstrong
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/27/1962  253.  The Gift
An alien who crash-lands into a remote mountain village stirs up the villagers' fears and animosity, but he befriends a little boy and gives him a mysterious present.
Director:  Allen H. Miner  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Geoffrey Horne, Nico Minardos, Edmund Vargas, Lea Marmer,  Cliff OsmondPaul MazurskyVladimir SokoloffVito Scotti, Carmen D'Antonio,  Henry Corden, Joe Perry, David Fresco
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/4/1962  254.  The Dummy
A ventriloquist is convinced that his dummy, Willie, is alive and evil. He makes plans for a new act with a new dummy: plans that Willie doesn't support!
Director:  Abner Biberman  / Lee Polk  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Lee Polk 
Guest starring:  Cliff Robertson, Frank Sutton,  George Murdock, Sandra Warner, John Harmon, Rudy Dolan,  Ralph Manza, Bethelynn Grey, Edy Williams
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/11/1962  255.  Young Man's Fancy
When a newlywed couple briefly return to the groom's childhood home, the ties of the past prove too strong to resist.
Director:  John Brahm  Writer:  Richard Matheson 
Guest starring:  Phyllis Thaxter, Alex Nicol, Ricky Kelman,  Wallace RooneyHelen Brown
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/18/1962  256.  I Sing the Body Electric
A widower buys a robot grandmother for his three children.
Director:  William F. Claxton  / William Claxton  /  James Sheldon  Writer:  Ray Bradbury 
Guest starring:  Josephine HutchinsonVeronica CartwrightDavid WhiteCharles Herbert, Dana Dillaway,  Vaughn Taylor, Doris Packer, Susan Crane, Paul Nesbitt, Judy Morton
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/25/1962  257.  Cavender is Coming
Cavender, an angel trying to win his wings, tries to help down-on-her-luck Agnes, who has just been fired. He sets her up in a mansion, with a fortune. However, none of her friends from her old neighborhood remember her. She decides she would rather have friends than money. She asks to be returned to her old life. Cavender's boss is furious, until he notices that Agnes is extremely happy. He decides maybe other people could use Cavender's help.
Director:  Christian Nyby  / Chris Nyby  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Carol BurnettJesse White
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    6/1/1962  258.  The Changing of the Guard
A retiring professor contemplates suicide.
Director:  Robert Ellis Miller  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Donald PleasenceLiam Sullivan, Philippa Bevans, Bob Biheller, Kevin O'Neal, Jimmy Baird
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/3/1963  259.  In His Image
A scientist creates an android that has the qualities which he feels he's lacking.
Director:  Perry Lafferty  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  George Grizzard, Gail Kobe,  Wallace Rooney, Katherine Squire,  George Petrie, James Seay, James Forster, Sherry Granato
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/10/1963  260.  The Thirty-Fathom Grave
A US naval destroyer investigates a mysterious tapping sound coming from a sunken submarine.
Director:  Perry Lafferty  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Mike Kellin,  Simon OaklandBill BixbyDavid Sheiner, John Considine, Tony Call, Derrik Lewis, Conlan Carter, Charles Kuenstle, Forrest Compton, Henry Scott,  Louie Elias
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/17/1963  261.  Valley of the Shadow
A reporter finds himself trapped in a small town where people can reverse time and do many other amazing things.
Director:  Perry Lafferty  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  Ed Nelson, Natalie Trundy,  James Doohan, Pat O'Hara,  Jacques AubuchonMorgan BrittanyDavid Opatoshu, King Calder, Bart Burns,  Henry BeckmanSandy KenyonDabbs Greer
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/24/1963  262.  He's Alive
Peter Vollmer, a small-time neo-Nazi leader, yearns for more power. Advised by a shadowy benefactor, Vollmer's following grows, as does his ego...
Director:  Stuart Rosenberg  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Dennis HopperLudwig Donath, Curt Conway,  Paul MazurskyHoward Caine, Barnaby Hale,  Jay Adler, Wolfe Brazell,  Bernard Fein
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/31/1963  263.  Mute
A 12-year-old girl who lost her parents in a fire doesn't speak because she has grown up in a secret telepathic community. The couple who take her in, and her teacher, are determined to help her adapt to their society, no matter the cost.
Director:  Stuart Rosenberg  Writer:  Richard Matheson 
Guest starring:  Ann Jillian,  Frank Overton, Barbara Baxley, Irene Dailey, Oscar Beregi Jr, Claudia Bryer, Robert Boon, Eva Soreny, Percy Helton
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/7/1963  264.  Death Ship
A three-man spacecraft lands on a planet only to discover the wreckage of a spacecraft identical to their own. Two of the crew are convinced that they are dead, but the captain refuses to see the truth.
Director:  Don Medford  Writer:  Richard Matheson 
Guest starring:  Jack KlugmanRoss Martin, Fredrick Beir, Mary Webster, Tammy Marihugh,  Ross Elliott, Sara Taft, Fred Beir
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/14/1963  265.  Jess-Belle
Jess-Belle enlists the aid of a local witch who casts a spell that makes Billy-Ben fall in love with her.
Director:  Buzz Kulik  Writer:  Earl Hamner Jr. 
Guest starring:  Anne FrancisJames Best, Laura Devon,  Jeanette Nolan, Virginia Gregg,  George MitchellHelen Kleeb, Jim Boles,  Jon Lormer
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/21/1963  266.  Miniature
A lonely man falls in love with a mini museum doll, which he believes is alive.
Director:  Walter Grauman  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  Robert DuvallPert Kelton, Barbara Barrie, Lennie Weinrib,  William WindomJohn McLiam, Claire Griswold, Nina Roman, Richard Angarola,  Barney Phillips, Joan Chambers, Chet Stratton
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/28/1963  267.  Printer's Devil
The owner of a failing paper is given help by the Devil.
Director:  Ralph Senensky  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  Burgess MeredithRobert Sterling, Pat Crowley,  Ray Teal
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/7/1963  268.  No Time Like the Past
A man travels back in time to try to prevent some of history's catastrophes.
Director:  Justus Addiss  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  John Zaremba,  Robert CornthwaiteMarjorie BennettMalcolm Atterbury, C. Lindsay Workman,  Tudor Owen, James Yagi,  Dana Andrews, Patricia Breslin,  Robert F. Simon
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/14/1963  269.  The Parallel
An astronaut blacks out orbiting the earth and ends up in a parallel universe.
Director:  Alan Crosland Jr.  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Steve Forrest, Jacqueline Scott,  Frank Aletter
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/21/1963  270.  I Dream of Genie
A man considers several possibilities when offered one wish by a genie.
Director:  Robert Gist  Writer:  John Furia Jr. 
Guest starring:  Howard Morris, Patricia Barry,  Jack Albertson, Mark Miller,  Loring SmithJoyce Jameson, James Millhollin, Robert Ball, Bob Hastings
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/4/1963  271.  The New Exhibit
The curator of a murderers' row in a soon-to-be-defunct wax museum persuades the owner to let him keep the figures for awhile. When his wife attempts to destroy them, a new murderous rampage begins...
Director:  John Brahm  Writer:  Jerry Sohl 
Guest starring:  Martin Balsam, Will Kuluva, Maggie Mahoney, William Mims, Milton Parsons, David Bond, Bob Mitchell, Robert L. McCord, Billy Beck,  Phil ChambersLeonard Bremen, Ed Barth,  Marcel Hillaire, Craig Curtis
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/11/1963  272.  Of Late I Think of Cliffordville
A bored, wealthy businessman gets a chance to go back in time and start over, armed with all the knowledge he's acquired...an arsenal that's not as powerful as he thinks.
Director:  David Lowell Rich  / Malcolm Jameson  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Malcolm Jameson 
Guest starring:  Albert Salmi, Julie Newmar,  John Anderson, Christine Burke, John Harmon,  Wright King, Guy Raymond, Hugh Sanders
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/18/1963  273.  The Incredible World of Horace Ford
Toy designer Horace Ford spends most of his time reminiscing about his idyllic childhood. But when he gets a chance to go back to those years he gets a bitter taste of reality.
Director:  Abner Biberman  Writer:  Reginald Rose 
Guest starring:  Pat Hingle, Nan Martin,  Ruth White, Phillip Pine, Mary Carver,  Vaughn Taylor, Jim E. Titus, Jerry Davis
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/2/1963  274.  On Thursday We Leave For Home
Benteen has kept the colony alive with tales of the greatness of Earth. When the rescue ship comes, he realizes his power over everyone is going to be gone when they leave the planet. He tells them Earth is really hell, an awful place, and that they'll die if they go there. No one believes him, and he says he's staying. As the spaceship is preparing to leave, he returns to the caves and pretends everyone is still there. While talking about Earth, he suddenly remembers what he has been saying for so long. He runs out but the ship is gone. He is left there all alone.
Director:  Buzz Kulik  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  James Whitmore, Tim O'Connor,  James Broderick
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/9/1963  275.  Passage on the Lady Anne
Instead of the cruise bringing them closer together, the Ransome's agree to get a divorce when they return home. Eileen disappears, and when Allan finds her she is wearing a nightgown that a passenger wore on her honeymoon. Seeing her, Allan realizes how much he still loves her. The passengers force them into a lifeboat, with plenty of provisions, and set them adrift. The Lady Anne sails off.
Director:  Lamont Johnson  Writer:  Charles Beaumont 
Guest starring:  Lee Philips,  Joyce Van PattenWilfrid Hyde-WhiteGladys CooperCecil KellawayAlan Napier
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/23/1963  276.  The Bard
An untalented would-be writer's career takes off when the ghost of William Shakespeare writes his script.
Director:  David Butler  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Jack WestonJohn WilliamsBurt Reynolds, Judy Strangis,  John McGiver, Henry Lascoe, Doro Merande, Clegg Hoyt,  Marge RedmondHoward McNearWilliam Lanteau
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    9/27/1963  277.  In Praise of Pip
An alcoholic bookie regrets that he wasn't a better father to his son, Pip, critically wounded in South Vietnam. A visit to an amusement park gives them both a second chance.
Director:  Joseph M. Newman  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Jack KlugmanBill Mumy, Bobby Diamond, Kreg Martin, Gerald Gordon,  Russell HortonStuart NisbetRoss Elliott, John Launer,  Connie Gilchrist
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/4/1963  278.  Steel
Boxing robot ""Battling Maxo"" breaks down before the scheduled bout, forcing his manager to take its place.
Director:  Don Weis  Writer:  Richard Matheson 
Guest starring:  Lee Marvin, Tipp McClure,  Chuck HicksJoe Mantell, Merritt Bohn, Frank London, Larry Barton
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/11/1963  279.  Nightmare at 20,000 Feet
Mr. Wilson believes he sees a gremlin on the wing of his commercial aircraft.
Director:  Richard Donner  Writer:  Richard Matheson 
Guest starring:  William Shatner, Christine White,  Nick Cravat, Ed Kemmer, Asa Maynor
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/18/1963  280.  A Kind of Stopwatch
The world's biggest bore and most avid talker gets a magical stopwatch that can stop everything except him.
Director:  John Rich  / Michael D. Rosenthal  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Michael D. Rosenthal 
Guest starring:  Richard ErdmanLeon BelascoRoy RobertsHerbie Faye, Doris Singleton,  Ray Kellogg, Sam Balter, Dick Wessel, Ken Drake
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    10/25/1963  281.  The Last Night of a Jockey
Mickey Rooney delivers a tour de force solo performance in the Twilight Zone playlet "The Last Night of a Jockey." Barred from the track for life, crooked jockey Grady (Rooney) boozily expresses the wish to escape his sordid surroundings and become a truly "big man." His wish is granted by his lookalike alter ego (also Rooney), but there's a heavy price to be paid at fadeout time.
Director:  Joseph M. Newman  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Mickey Rooney
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/1/1963  282.  Living Doll
Erich is displeased when his wife buys an expensive doll for his step-daughter. He becomes even more displeased when the doll tells him it doesn't like him!
Director:  Richard C. Sarafian  / Charles Beaumont  / Jerry Sohl  Writer:  Charles Beaumont  / Jerry Sohl 
Guest starring:  Telly Savalas, Mary La Roche, Tracy Stratford,  June Foray
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/8/1963  283.  The Old Man in the Cave
A mysterious guardian helps a tiny community survive after the Bomb destroys much of the Earth.
Director:  Alan Crosland Jr.  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Henry Slesar 
Guest starring:  John AndersonJames CoburnJohn Marley, Josie Lloyd, Frank Watkins, Lenny Geer, Natalie Masters, Don Wilbanks
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/15/1963  284.  Uncle Simon
Uncle Simon tries to strike Barbara with his cane. She grabs it and he falls down the stairs to his death. His will stipulates that she must care for his latest invention - a robot. The robot begins to take on Uncle Simon's traits. Barbara finally pushes it down the stairs, but that only gives it a limp identical to Uncle Simon's. She finally realizes that she will never be rid of Uncle Simon.
Director:  Don Siegel  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Cedric Hardwicke, Constance Ford,  Ian WolfeJohn McLiam, Dion Hansen
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    11/29/1963  285.  Probe 7: Over & Out
The lone survivors of two annihilated worlds are stranded on a distant planet.
Director:  Ted Post  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Richard Basehart, Antoinette Bower,  Barton HeymanHarold Gould
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/6/1963  286.  The 7th is Made Up of Phantoms
Three National Guardsmen explore the site of Custer's Last Stand.
Director:  Alan Crosland Jr.  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Ron Foster, Randy Boone,  Warren Oates, Greg Morris, Jeffrey Morris, Wayne Mallory,  Robert BrayLew Brown, Jacque Shelton
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/13/1963  287.  A Short Drink from a Certain Fountain
Trying to keep up with his younger wife, Harmon convinces his brother to inject him with an experimental youth serum.
Director:  Bernard Girard  / Lou Holz  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Lou Holtz 
Guest starring:  Patrick O'Neal,  Ruta LeeWalter Brooke
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/20/1963  288.  Ninety Years Without Slumbering
An old man fears that he will die if his grandfather clock stops running.
Director:  Roger Kay  / George Clayton Johnson  Writer:  George Clayton Johnson  / Richard DeRoy  / Richard De Roy 
Guest starring:  Ed Wynn, Carolyn Kearney, James Callahan, William Sargent, Carol Byron, Dick Wilson,  Chuck HicksJohn Pickard
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    12/27/1963  289.  Ring-A-Ding Girl
Bunny receives a ring from her fan club in her home town. In the ring she sees the faces of people from her hometown telling her she's needed there. She arrives in Howardville on the day of the annual Founder's Day picnic. She tries to get the chairman of the picnic to postpone it a day, but he refuses. She then plans a one-woman show at the auditorium. Before the show, Bunny disappears. Later, a jet airliner crashes onto the picnic grounds. Thanks to Bunny, almost everyone is at the auditorium instead of the picnic grounds. They later find that Bunny was a passenger on the plane.
Director:  Alan Crosland Jr.  Writer:  Earl Hamner Jr. 
Guest starring:  Maggie McNamara, Mary Munday, David Macklin,  Bing RussellHank Patterson, Vic Perrin,  George Mitchell, Lou Gerson, Bill Hickman,  Betty Lou Gerson
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/3/1964  290.  You Drive
Driving home one rainy evening, Oliver Pope accidentally hits a boy on a bicycle. Pope flees the scene, determined to hide his guilt, but his car has other ideas.
Director:  John Brahm  Writer:  Earl Hamner Jr. 
Guest starring:  Edward Andrews, Hellena Westcott, Kevin Hagen, John Hanek, Totty Ames
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/10/1964  291.  The Long Morrow
Stansfield, an astronaut, is sent to a planetary system 141 light-years from Earth. The trip will take 20 years each way. To save him the ordeal of forty years of loneliness, he is to be placed in (newly-developed) suspended animation. Before leaving, he meets and becomes enchanted by his colleague Sandra Horn in just one evening, but by the time he returned, Horn would be 40 years older and Stansfield would still be young because of the suspended animation.
Director:  Robert Florey  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Robert LansingMariette HartleyGeorge MacreadyEdward Binns, William Swan, Donald Spruance
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/17/1964  292.  The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross
A man finds that he can trade characteristics with others.
Director:  Don Siegel  / Henry Slesar  Writer:  Jerry McNeely  / Henry Slesar 
Guest starring:  Don Gordon, Gail Kobe,  Vaughn Taylor, Kathleen O'Malley,  Seymour Cassel, Ted Jacques, Doug Lambert,  Douglas DumbrilleJ. Pat O'Malley
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/24/1964  293.  Number 12 Looks Just Like You
In a future where everyone must undergo an operation at the age of 19 to make them identical to everyone else, one woman desperately tries to hang onto her own identity.
Director:  Abner Biberman  Writer:  Charles Beaumont  / John Tomerlin 
Guest starring:  Collin Wilcox,  Suzy Parker, Richard Long, Pam Austin
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    1/31/1964  294.  Black Leather Jackets
Three tough-looking men on motorcycles disrupt a peaceful suburb when they move in. Yet the neighbors could never imagine just how dangerous these men really are.
Director:  Joseph M. Newman  Writer:  Earl Hamner Jr. 
Guest starring:  Lee Kinsolving,  Shelley Fabares, Michael Forest, Tom Gilleran,  Denver Pyle, Wayne Heffley,  Michael ConradIrene Hervey
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/7/1964  295.  Night Call
An elderly, wheelchair-bound lady receives strange anonymous phone calls overnight when she's alone.
Director:  Jacques Tourneur  Writer:  Richard Matheson 
Guest starring:  Gladys Cooper
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/14/1964  296.  From Agnes - With Love
A computer technician must deal with the queen of all femme fatales: a computer named Agnes who wreaks havoc on his love life.
Director:  Richard Donner  Writer:  Bernard C. Schoenfeld 
Guest starring:  Wally Cox,  Sue Randall, Ralph Taeger,  Nan Peterson, Byran Kane, Don Keefer,  Raymond Bailey
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/21/1964  297.  Spur of the Moment
After being chased on horseback by a terrifying, unidentified figure in black, Anne Henderson faces the biggest decision of her life.
Director:  Elliot Silverstein  Writer:  Richard Matheson 
Guest starring:  Diana Hyland, Robert Hogan, Roger Davis,  Philip OberMarsha Hunt, Jack Raine
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    2/28/1964  298.  An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
As a Confederate spy is about to be hanged, the rope breaks and he falls to the water below. He dodges bullets and heads off for home. He finally reaches it, but as his wife hugs him he stiffens. Suddenly he is back at the bridge, hanging from a rope.
Director:  Robert Enrico  / Ambrose Bierce  Writer:  Robert Enrico  / Ambrose Bierce 
Guest starring:  Roger Jacquet, Anne Cornaly, Anker Larsen, Stephane Fey, Jean-Francois Zeller, Pierre Danny, Louis Adelin
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/6/1964  299.  Queen of the Nile
Columnist Jordan Herrick is startled to learn that a famous movie actress hasn't aged in years. Intrigued, he investigates... and soon learns a terrifying secret.
Director:  Charles Beaumont  /  John Brahm  / Jerry Sohl  Writer:  Charles Beaumont  / Jerry Sohl 
Guest starring:  Lee Phillips,  Ann Blyth, Celia Lovsky,  Frank Ferguson, James Tyler, Ruth Phillips
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/13/1964  300.  What's in the Box
A cheating husband sees his secret revealed and it's horrible consequences on his just-repaired TV set.
Director:  Richard L. Bare  Writer:  Martin M. Goldsmith 
Guest starring:  William DemarestJoan BlondellSterling Holloway, Herbert Lytton, Sandra Gould, Howard Wright, John L. Sullivan, Ted Christy, Ron Stokes, Douglas Bank, Tony Miller
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/20/1964  301.  The Masks
A dying man demands his family wear masks that he's given them at a Mardi Gras party.
Director:  Ida Lupino  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Robert Keith, Virginia Gregg, Alan Sues,  Milton Selzer, Brooke Hayward,  Willis Bouchey, Bill Walker
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    3/27/1964  302.  I Am the Night - Color Me Black
On the day an unpopular idealist is to be executed for the killing of a racist bully, the townsfolk are shocked to see the skies have turned pitch black.
Director:  Abner Biberman  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Michael ConstantinePaul FixGeorge Lindsey, Terry Becker,  Ivan Dixon, Eve McVeagh, Douglas Bank, Ward Wood,  Elizabeth Harrower
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/3/1964  303.  Sounds and Silences
A man's wish to listen to loud noise backfires.
Director:  Richard Donner  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  John McGiverPenny Singleton, William Benedict,  Michael Fox, Francis Defales, Renee Aubry
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/10/1964  304.  Caesar and Me
A ventriloquist's dummy goads him into committing burglaries.
Director:  Robert Butler  Writer:  A. T. Strassfield  / A.T. Strassfield 
Guest starring:  Jackie Cooper, Sarah Selby,  Morgan Brittany, Olan Soule, Stafford Repp, Sidney Marion, Don Gazzaniga, Ken Konopka
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/17/1964  305.  The Jeopardy Room
Trying to defect, Major Ivan Kuchenko is trapped inside a hotel room with Commissar Vassiloff, a hitman, and Boris, his assistant, in the room across the street. Vassiloff has planted a bomb in the room and Ivan must find it within three hours or be blown to bits.
Director:  Richard Donner  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Martin LandauJohn Van Dreelen, Robert Kelljan
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    4/24/1964  306.  Stopover in a Quiet Town
Bob and Millie wake up to find they are in a strange town. Everything appears to be props - trees, animals even cars.
Director:  Ron Winston  Writer:  Earl Hamner Jr. 
Guest starring:  Barry Nelson, Nancy Malone,  Karen Norris, Denise Lynn
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/1/1964  307.  The Encounter
A World War II veteran and a Japanese-American gardener battle each other over a war that ended more than 20 years ago.
Director:  Robert Butler  Writer:  Martin M. Goldsmith 
Guest starring:  Neville BrandGeorge Takei
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/8/1964  308.  Mr. Garrity and the Graves
Jared Garrity arrives in the Old West town of Happiness, Arizona, proclaiming he can revive the dead.
Director:  Ted Post  / Mike Korologos  Writer:  Rod Serling  / Mike Korologos 
Guest starring:  John Cliff, Kate Murtagh,  John DehnerJ. Pat O'Malley, John Mitchum, Patrick O'Moore, Norman Leavitt, Percy Helton,  Stanley Adams
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/15/1964  309.  The Brain Center at Whipple's
A factory CEO replaces human workers with machines.
Director:  Richard Donner  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Richard DeaconTed De CorsiaRobby the Robot
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/22/1964  310.  Come Wander with Me
A singer searches for an authentic folk song.
Director:  Richard Donner  Writer:  Anthony Wilson 
Guest starring:  Gary Crosby, Bonnie Beecher, Jonathan Bolt,  Hank Patterson
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    5/29/1964  311.  The Fear
Two people in a remote cabin find signs of an extraterrestrial.
Director:  Ted Post  Writer:  Rod Serling 
Guest starring:  Peter Mark RichmanHazel Court
    Seen it: Yes   30 mins    6/19/1964  312.  The Bewitchin' Pool
Two unhappy children find a happy escape in a swimming pool.
Director:  Joseph M. Newman  Writer:  Earl Hamner Jr. 
Guest starring:  Kim Hector, Dee Hartford,  Mary Badham, Tim Stafford, Georgia Simmons,  Harold Gould, Tod Andrews
Edition Details
Edition The Complete Definitive Collection
Series The Twilight Zone
Distributor Image Entertainment
Release Date 10/3/2006
Packaging Custom Case
Screen Ratio Fullscreen (4:3)
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital Mono [English]
Layers Single Side, Dual Layer
No. of Discs/Tapes 28

Features
Disc 01 Audio Commentaries by Earl Holliman, Martin Landau, Rod Taylor, Martin Miler, Kevin McCarthy and William Self Vintage Audio Recollections with Burgess Meredith, Douglas Heyes, Richard L. Bare, Buck Houghtonj, Anne Francis and Richard Matheson Rod Serling Audio Lectures from Sherwood Oaks College Isolated Music Scores featuring the legendary Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith and more Rod Serling Promos for "Next Week's" Show Rare Rod Sterling Appearances Highlights from the Musuem of Television and Radio Seminar