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"The Twilight Zone" was the brainchild of Emmy Award-winner Rod Serling, who served as host and wrote over 80 episodes of the original show's 150-plus episode run. It's a strange mix of horror, science-fiction, drama, comedy and superstition. Serling introduced each episode, and many of the black and white hours concluded with a surprise ending. Actors such as Burt Reynolds, Roddy McDowell and Robert Redford made appearances in some of the more well-known stories.

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A power-hungry American Nazi (Dennis Hopper) receives advice from a mysterious benefactor. With Paul Mazursky.
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A forgotten star of the '30s uses her old movies to re-create the spirit of her heyday.
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A has-been gunslinger regains his skill and agrees to a shoot-out.
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A reporter (Ed Nelson) visits a town whose inhabitants can manipulate time, energy and matter. With James Doohan.
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Three astronauts discover the wreckage of a ship identical to their own on an unexplored planet. With Jack Klugman.
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A sidewalk pitchman's (Ed Wynn) deal with Death may cost a young girl her life.
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An amnesiac (Earl Holliman) in an empty town feels he is being watched.
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Two children follow a make-believe friend into a happier world.
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A girl (Anne Francis) strikes a bargain with a witch to win a young man's heart. With James Best, Jeanette Nolan.
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Parents raise their daughter (Ann Jillian) without verbal communication in order to fully develop her telepathic powers.
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An American destroyer picks up signals from a submarine that sank 20 years earlier. With Simon Oakland, Bill Bixby.
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A scientist (George Grizzard) creates a near-perfect mechanical man endowed with all the qualities he feels he is lacking.
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A woman is terrified by what seems to be a visitor from outer space.
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A folk singer goes into the backwoods to find a song that will bring him commercial success.
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A man resolves to make his plant the most automated manufacturing establishment in the world.
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The man who tries to con the people of Happiness, Ariz., is in for a big shock.
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A World War II veteran and a Japanese-American are trapped in the veteran's attic.
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An assassin plots a unique death for a defector (Martin Landau).
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A vindictive doll takes revenge on a man who wants it destroyed. With Telly Savalas.
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A down-at-the heels ventriloquist is the victim of both his gangster-like dummy and a strangely evil little girl.
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A man (John McGiver) who enjoys loud noises is driven crazy when trivial sounds become deafening to him.

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