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  • The Twilight Zone

    S3.E26 Little Girl LostParents (Robert Sampson, Sarah Marshall) hear their daughter crying in her bedroom but cannot see her. Bill: Charles Aidman. Tina: Tracy Stratford. Host: Rod Serling.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S1.E34 The After HoursA department-store shopper (Anne Francis) is told that the floor where she bought something doesn't exist. Saleswoman: Elizabeth Allen. Elevator Operator: John Conwell. Armbruster: James Millhollin. Miss Pettigrew: Nancy Rennick. Host: Rod Serling.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S3.E28 The Little PeopleOn a seemingly barren planet, two space pilots discover a Lilliputian civilization, to which one proclaims himself a god. Craig: Joe Maross. Fletcher: Claude Akins. Spaceman No. 1: Michael Ford. Spaceman No. 2: Robert Eaton. Host: Rod Serling.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S2.E20 Mr. Dingle, the StrongBurgess Meredith plays a meek man turned strong thanks to a Martian experiment. Bettor: Don Rickles. Bartender: James Westerfield. Callahan: Edward Ryder. Martian No. 1: Douglas Spencer. Venusian No. 1: Donald Losby. Venusian No. 2: Greg Irvin. Written by Rod Serling.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S5.E4 A Kind of StopwatchA nonstop talker (Richard Erdman) acquires a stopwatch that halts time and motion, except for himself. Potts: Leon Belasco. Bartender: Herbie Faye. Secretary: Doris Singleton. Cooper: Roy Roberts.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S2.E23 A Hundred Yards Over the RimCliff Robertson stars as an exhausted 1847 westward pioneer whose scouting ahead takes him into the 20th century. Mary Lou: Evans Evans. Joe: John Crawford. Doctor: Ed Platt. Martha: Miranda Jones.

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    S2.E19 Long-Distance CallA grandmother dies after giving her grandson (Billy Mumy) a toy telephone, but it turns out she may only be a phone call away. Chris: Philip Abbott. Sylvia: Patricia Smith. Grandma: Lili Darvas. Peterson: Reid Hammond. Doctor: Henry Hunter. Rod Serling is the host.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S3.E20 A Game of PoolA hustler's dream of playing the world's best pool player comes true, but he must play for the highest stakes---his life. Jesse: Esai Morales. Fats: Maury Chaykin. Narrator: Robin Ward.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S2.E10 A Most Unusual CameraThieves find their latest heist includes a camera that snaps pictures of the future. Chester: Fred Clark. Paula: Jean Carson. Woodward: Adam Williams. Waiter: Marcel Hillaire. Racetrack Tout: Artie Lewis.

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    S5.E30 Stopover in a Quiet TownAfter drinking at a party, a couple wake up in a town where there's no trace of life---except the distant laughter of a child. Bob: Barry Nelson. Millie: Nancy Malone. Rod Serling is the host.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S5.E17 Number Twelve Looks Just like YouSuzy Parker and Richard Long play multiple roles in this story about a society in which everyone is beautiful---and practically identical. Marilyn: Collin Wilcox. No. 8: Pam Austin. Rod Serling is the host.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S2.E16 A Penny for Your ThoughtsA bank clerk (Dick York) finds that he's able to hear other people's thoughts, which leads to trouble. Miss Turner: June Dayton. Mr. Bagby: Dan Tobin. Smithers: Cyril Delevanti. Sykes: Hayden Rorke. Driver: Frank London.

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    S3.E35 I Sing the Body ElectricRay Bradbury penned this tale of a widower who buys a robot (Josephine Hutchinson) to care for his children. Rogers: David White. Anne: Veronica Cartwright. Tom: Charles Herbert. Karen: Dana Dillaway. Salesman: Vaughn Taylor. Host: Rod Serling.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S3.E14 Five Characters in Search of an ExitA dancer, a major, a clown, a tramp and a bagpipe player are trapped inside a cylinder. Major: William Windom. Dancer: Susan Harrison. Clown: Murray Matheson. Tramp: Kelton Garwood. Bagpipe Player: Clark Allen. Woman: Carol Hill. Girl: Mona Houghton.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S2.E7 Nick of TimeWilliam Shatner plays a superstitious newlywed who becomes convinced of the accuracy of a penny fortune-telling machine. Pat: Patricia Breslin. Counter Man: Guy Wilkerson. Mechanic: Stafford Rep. Host: Rod Serling.

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    S3.E21 Kick the CanA nursing-home resident tries to convince others that a youthful mind means age doesn't matter. But his lifelong friend is disdainful. Whitley: Ernest Truex. Ben: Russell Collins. Cox: John Marley. Frietag: Hank Patterson. Agee: Earle Hodgins. Mrs. Summers: Marjorie Bennett. Mrs. Densley: Lenore Shanewise. Mrs. Wister: Anne O'Neal.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S1.E1 Where Is Everybody?Earl Holliman stars as an amnesiac in an Air Force jumpsuit who finds himself in a town without a single person in it. General: James Gregory. Written by host Rod Serling.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S3.E8 It's a Good LifeThe townspeople of Peaksville bow in fear before a six-year-old (Billy Mumy), who has the power to create and destroy at will. Fremont: John Larch. Mrs. Fremont: Cloris Leachman. Soames: Tom Hatcher. Aunt Amy: Alice Frost. Dan: Don Keefer. Ethel: Jeanne Bates. Thelma Dunn: Lenore Kingston.

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    S1.E16 The HitchhikerA cross-country driver (Inger Stevens) is haunted by a persistent hitchhiker (Leonard Strong) who appears wherever she goes. Sailor: Adam Williams. Mechanic: Lew Gallo. Counterman: Russ Bender. Waitress: Mitzi McCall. Mrs. Whitney: Eleanor Audley. Road Worker: Dwight Townsend. Garage Man: George Mitchell.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S1.E14 Third from the SunConvinced that atomic war is inevitable, a pilot and a scientist plan to steal a spaceship and flee to another planet. Bill: Fritz Weaver. Jerry: Joe Maross. Carling: Edward Andrews. Jody: Denise Alexander. Eve: Lori March. Ann: Jeanne Evans. Guard: Will J. White.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S5.E36 The Bewitchin' PoolTwo children are offered escape from their quarreling parents by a child who appears in their swimming pool. Script by Earl Hamner Jr. ("The Waltons"). Sport: Mary Badham (Oscar nominated as Scout in "To Kill a Mockingbird"). Jeb: Tim Stafford. Whitt: Kim Hector. Aunt T: Georgia Simmons. Gloria: Dee Hartford. Gil: Tod Andrews.

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    S5.E25 The MasksIda Lupino directed this gripping tale of a dying millionaire who makes his heirs wear masks reflecting their inner natures. Foster: Robert Keith. Wilfred: Milton Selzer. Emily: Virginia Gregg. Paula: Brooke Hayward. Wilfred Jr.: Alan Sues. Doctor: Willis Bouchey. Butler: Bill Walker.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S2.E6 Eye of the BeholderWith her head bandaged, Janet Tyler wonders if doctors have succeeded in fixing her face. Doctor: William D. Gordon. Janet's Nurse: Jennifer Howard. Smith: Edson Stroll. Leader: George Keymas. Host: Rod Serling.

  • The Twilight Zone

    A classic anthology of sci-fi, suspense and goose-bump-inducing tales that explore 'a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man.' Filled with invention and irony, the stories are tightly constructed, ingenious flights of imagination with often cautionary themes---and frequently a terrific twist at the end. Host and prolific writer Rod Serling penned most of the episodes himself. Influential and often (poorly) imitated, the series was resurrected twice, in 1985 on CBS and in 2002 on UPN.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S1.E22 The Monsters Are Due on Maple StreetTotal power failure in a neighborhood sparks suspicions that it was caused by an alien invasion---and that one walks among them. Steve: Claude Akins. Charlie: Jack Weston. Tommy: Jan Handzlik. Goodman: Barry Atwater. Don: Burt Metcalfe.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S1.E30 A Stop at WilloughbyA harried ad exec escapes stress in a dream about a sleepy town of the past. Williams: James Daly (father of actors Tyne and Tim Daly). Jane: Patricia Donahue. Misrell: Howard Smith. Helen: Mavis Neal.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S2.E28 Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?An alien tracked to a diner could be any one of seven snowbound bus passengers. Ross: John Hoyt. Ethel: Jean Willes. Avery: Jack Elam. Perry: Morgan Jones. Padgett: John Archer. Haley: Barney Phillips. Kramer: Bill Erwin. Rose: Gertrude Flynn.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S3.E24 To Serve ManApparently altruistic aliens arrive and abolish all adversity. Key word: apparently. Kanamit: Richard Kiel ("Jaws" of the James Bond films). Chambers: Lloyd Bochner. Pat: Susan Cummings. Gregori: Theodore Marcuse. Secretary General: Hardie Albright. Reporter No. 1: Will J. White.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S5.E3 Nightmare at 20,000 FeetWilliam Shatner plays a salesman recovering from a breakdown---until he sees a creature on the wing of his plane. Directed by Richard Donner ("Superman"). Ruth: Christine White. Flight Engineer: Edward Kemmer. Stewardess: Asa Maynor. Host: Rod Serling.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S1.E8 Time Enough at LastBookworm Henry Bemis (Burgess Meredith) is the sole survivor of a nuclear holocaust. Helen: Jacqueline de Wit. Carsville: Vaughn Taylor. Woman in Bank: Lela Bliss.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S5.E6 Living DollTelly Savalas as an unpleasant man who's threatened---literally---by his stepdaughter's new talking doll, voiced by June Foray, alter ego of Rocky the Flying Squirrel. Annabelle: Mary LaRoche. Christie: Tracy Stratford.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S2.E18 The Odyssey of Flight 33After a freak acceleration through the sound barrier, a passenger-flight crew loses all radio contact. Captain: John Anderson. Craig: Paul Comi. Hatch: Sandy Kenyon. Purcell: Harp McGuire. Jane: Beverly Brown.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S3.E10 The Midnight SunTwo women struggle to survive after Earth leaves its orbit and begins moving toward the sun. Norma: Lois Nettleton. Mrs. Bronson: Betty Garde. Doctor: William Keene. Repairman: Ned Glass. Neighbor: Jason Wingreen. Neighbor's Wife: June Ellis.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S2.E5 The Howling ManShrieks echoing through a monastery lead a guest (H.M. Wynant) to a prisoner, who monks claim is the devil. Brother Jerome: John Carradine. Prisoner: Robin Hughes. Housekeeper: Ezelle Poule. Brother Christophorus: Frederic Ledebur.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S2.E15 The InvadersThere is no dialogue in this story of a rural woman (Agnes Moorehead) who battles to repel two creatures from another planet. Rod Serling is the host.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S3.E33 The DummyCliff Robertson plays a ventriloquist who thinks his dummy is alive---and evil. Frank: Frank Sutton. Georgie: John Harmon. Noreen: Sandra Warner. Doorkeeper: Ralph Manza. Emcee: Rudy Dolan. Chorus Girl No.1: Bethelynn Grey. Chorus Girl No. 2: Edy Williams. Rod Serling is the host.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S3.E18 Dead Man's ShoesExpensive shoes taken off a corpse lead a Bowery bum (Warren Stevens) into a whole new world. Sam: Harry Swoger. Chips: Ben Wright. Wilma: Joan Marshall. Dagget: Richard Devon. Ben: Ron Hagerthy. Woman: Florence Marly. Jimmy: Joe Mell.

  • The Twilight Zone

    Night of the MeekA remake of Rod Serling's "Night of the Meek," about a store Santa (Richard Mulligan) fired on Christmas Eve. Dundee: William Atherton. Henderson: Teddy Wilson.

  • The Twilight Zone

    S5.E19 Night CallA lonely, elderly woman (Gladys Cooper) is plagued by mysterious phone calls. Directed by Jacques Tourneur ("Cat People," "Curse of the Demon"). Margaret: Nora Marlowe. Miss Finch: Martine Bartlett.

  • Dominion

    S1.E7 OuroborosAlex is called upon by Michael to help prevent any further casualties after innocent higher angels turn up dead in Vega; at the same time, Gabriel causes tension by revealing a long-hidden secret; William "re-educates" his father; and Noma reignites an old flame.

  • Dominion

    S1.E8 Beware Those Closest to YouIn the Season 1 finale, the revelation of a higher angel's identity puts Alex and Michael at odds and Alex goes before the Senate to plead his case. Meanwhile, the marriage of Claire and William is followed by General Riesen's departure from Vega; Arika meets a delegation from Helena who bring with them shocking cargo; and Gabriel raises some suspicions with his so-called surrender.