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The Twilight Zone - Where is Everybody?

The Twilight Zone - Where is Everybody?

"The Last Flight" -- A World War I British fighter pilot lands at an American Air Force base in France 42 years in the future. -- (The Twilight Zone, S1/E18: directed by William F. Claxton, written by Richard Matheson), starring Kenneth Haigh, Alexander Scourby, and Simon Scott.

"The Last Flight" -- A World War I British fighter pilot lands at an American Air Force base in France 42 years in the future. -- (The Twilight Zone, S1/E18: directed by William F. Claxton, written by Richard Matheson), starring Kenneth Haigh, Alexander Scourby, and Simon Scott.

"And When the Sky Was Opened" (SS 1 Ep 011)  Three astronauts, on a mission in space, crash land in the desert ~ only none of them are able to remember what happened on their flight.

"And When the Sky Was Opened" (SS 1 Ep 011) Three astronauts, on a mission in space, crash land in the desert ~ only none of them are able to remember what happened on their flight.

"Miniature"

"Miniature"

"No one's ever seen one quite like that, because that's a very special sort of radio. In its day, circa 1935, its type was one of the most elegant consoles on the market. Now, with its fabric-covered speakers, its peculiar yellow dial, its serrated knobs, it looks quaint and a little strange. Mr. Ed Lindsay (Dean Jagger) is going to find out how strange very soon - when he tunes in to The Twilight Zone." ~ Static

"No one's ever seen one quite like that, because that's a very special sort of radio. In its day, circa 1935, its type was one of the most elegant consoles on the market. Now, with its fabric-covered speakers, its peculiar yellow dial, its serrated knobs, it looks quaint and a little strange. Mr. Ed Lindsay (Dean Jagger) is going to find out how strange very soon - when he tunes in to The Twilight Zone." ~ Static

"Kick the Can" --  An old man living in a rest home thinks he's found the secret of youth in children's games -- (The Twilight Zone, S3/E21: directed by Lamont Johnson, written by George Clayton Johnson), starring Ernest Truex, Russell Collins, John Marley.

"Kick the Can" -- An old man living in a rest home thinks he's found the secret of youth in children's games -- (The Twilight Zone, S3/E21: directed by Lamont Johnson, written by George Clayton Johnson), starring Ernest Truex, Russell Collins, John Marley.

"The Lateness of the Hour" is one of six Season 2 Twilight Zone episodes that were videotaped, not filmed. This post explains why.

"The Lateness of the Hour" is one of six Season 2 Twilight Zone episodes that were videotaped, not filmed. This post explains why.

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