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"The Masks" (1964).

Twilight Zone episode “The Masks”, originally aired March Probably one of my favorite episodes from the greatest show ever put on .

Rod Serling, the man known for tv, but truly a man of the written word.

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Lessons, Morals, and Observation from 5 Twilight Zone Episodes

The Twilight Zone and Rod Serling. Great stories by Rod Serling and other amazing writers.

"The Masks" ( SS 5 Ep 025)  A dying patriarch insists that his would-be heirs wear most unusual masks.

“DIMENSION OF SIGHT & SOUND”: A GUIDE TO THE TWILIGHT ZONE

Twilight Zone episode “The Masks”, originally aired March Probably one of my favorite episodes from the greatest show ever put on .

So, this guy hears a voice from the sky, and it says to him, "I've got good news and bad news. The good news is you're going to write a piece of music that will be known for generations and around the world. The bad news is, it's "Nee ner nee ner, nee ner nee ner" (the Twilight Zone theme).

Prepare to enter.... The Scary Door

The Twilight Zone (Rod Serling, I am OBSESSED with it! I had to of watched every episode that exists! Watched it everytime I fed Emma as a baby!

Night Of The Meek

Art Carney as Santa on the Twilight Zone episode Night of the Meek - one of my favorite episodes, and actors, of all time

Cue the Theremin: Five Prophetic Twilight Zone Episodes

Cue the Theremin: Five Prophetic Twilight Zone Episodes

The Twilight Zone: The Original Series group has 35 members at Last. For all fans of the Original "The Twilight Zone" TV series by Rod Serling The Twilight Zone

The Twilight Zone | Where Is Everybody? -- The very first episode!! The final episode at the end of 5 seasons is The Bewitchin' Pool!!

Earl Holliman as Mike Ferris in the premiere episode of The Twilight Zone, "Where is Everybody?" directed by Robert Stevens, written by Rod Serling,

"The Twilight Zone" (1959-64)  Roddy McDowall, Susan Oliver in "People Are Alike All Over" episode

"The Twilight Zone" Roddy McDowall, Susan Oliver in "People Are Alike All Over" episode

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