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List of the Twilight Zone Episodes

List of the Twilight Zone Episodes

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List of 
The Twilight Zone
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The following is a
list of 
The Twilight Zone
. The anthology series began on October 2, 1959 andended on June 19, 1964—with five seasons and 156 episodes. It was created by Rod Serling and broadcaston CBS.Later popularity of the series brought about a 1983 feature film and two "revival" television series in 1985and 2002.
1 Pre-series pilot2 The Twilight Zone television series (1959–1964)2.1 Season 1: (1959–1960)2.2 Season 2: (1960–1961)2.3 Season 3: (1961–1962)2.4 Season 4: (1963)2.5 Season 5: (1963–1964)3 Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983)4 The Twilight Zone – 1985–1989 revival series5 Rod Serling's Lost Classics (1994)6 The Twilight Zone – 2002–2003 revival series7 References8 External links
Pre-series pilot
Rod Serling wrote a teleplay intending for it to be the pilot episode of a new series called
The Twilight Zone
.Although it ended up airing on a different show,
Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse
, it is still considered thepilot episode of 
The Twilight Zone
and has even been adapted as one of 
The Twilight Zone
TitleDirectorWriter(s)Original AirDate
The Time Element
"Allen ReisnerRod SerlingNovember 10, 1958A man (William Bendix) visits a psychoanalyst, complaining about a recurring dream in which heimagines waking up in Honolulu just prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
The Twilight Zone television series (1959–1964)
 Main article: The Twilight Zone (1959 TV series)Seasons 1 through 3 and 5 were half-hour shows; Season 4 ran a full hour per episode. The series washosted by Rod Serling.
SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedDVD ReleaseRegion 1Region 2Region 3Region 4Discs
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Season 1: (1959–1960)
36 episodesNote
: Episode titles were not presented on screen, but instead were usually announced by Rod Serling at theend of the preceding week's episode. "Where is Everybody?" is an exception being the first episode. Serling'spromotional announcements were stripped from syndicated versions of season one, but restored (often onlyin audio form) on the Image Entertainment DVD releases.
Where IsEverybody?
"Robert StevensRod SerlingFriday, October2, 1959173-3601A man (Earl Holliman) finds himself wandering in an abandoned town while struggling to discover hisidentity and where he is. (James Gregory as the General.)2"
One for the Angels
"Robert ParrishRod SerlingFriday, October9, 1959173-3608A pitchman (Ed Wynn) makes a deal with Death (Murray Hamilton) to continue living until he makesone great sale.3"
Mr. Denton onDoomsday
"Allen ReisnerRod SerlingFriday, October16, 1959173-3609A washed-up gunslinger (Dan Duryea) is given another chance by a mystery man.4"
The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine
"Mitchell LeisenRod SerlingFriday, October23, 1959173-3610An aging film star (Ida Lupino) lives a life of seclusion in her private screening room.5"
Walking Distance
"Robert StevensRod SerlingFriday, October30, 1959173-3605While visiting his boyhood hometown, a middle-aged executive (Gig Young) finds himself in the past.6"
Escape Clause
"Mitchell LeisenRod SerlingFriday,November 6,1959173-3603A mean-spirited, abusive hypochondriac (David Wayne) sells his soul to the Devil in exchange forimmortality.7"
The Lonely
"Jack SmightRod SerlingFriday,November 13,173-3602
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1959An inmate (Jack Warden) sentenced to solitary confinement on a desert planet is given a gift by asympathetic supply-ship captain. (Co-starring Jean Marsh.)8"
Time Enough at Last
"John Brahm
Short Story:
Lynn VenableFriday,November 20,1959173-3614A man who loves to read (Burgess Meredith) survives a nuclear explosion.9"
Perchance to Dream
"Robert FloreyCharlesBeaumontFriday,November 27,1959173-3616A man with a heart condition (Richard Conte) is afraid to fall asleep.10"
Judgment Night
"John BrahmRod SerlingFriday,December 4,1959173-3604A man aboard a fog-bound ship during World War II has an unshakable sense of foreboding, doom, anddéjà vu.11"
And When the SkyWas Opened
"Douglas Heyes
Short Story:
RichardMathesonFriday,December 11,1959173-3611The crew of an experimental spaceship (including Rod Taylor and Jim Hutton) begin disappearing one byone after returning to Earth.12"
What You Need
"Alvin Ganzer
Short Story:
Lewis PadgettFriday,December 25,1959173-3622A salesman (Ernest Truex) has the ability to sell his customers exactly what they need. (Co-starringSteve Cochran.)13"
The Four of Us AreDying
"John Brahm
Short Story:
George ClaytonJohnsonFriday, January1, 1960173-3618Arch Hammer (Harry Townes) is a con man who can change his face to make it look like anyone hechooses. (Co-starring Ross Martin, Don Gordon, and Phillip Pine.)14"
Third from the Sun
"Richard L. Bare
Short Story:
RichardMathesonFriday, January8, 1960173-3615With a nuclear war about to begin, two men (Fritz Weaver and Joe Maross) steal a spacecraft to taketheir families to a new planet.15"
I Shot an Arrow intothe Air
"Stuart Rosenberg
MadelonFriday, January15, 1960173-3626
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