Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Ida Lupino. The others were in other episodes.
Jim Hutton and Rod Taylor. Also one of the better ones.
Robert Cummings. The others weere in other episodes.
the morgue. Another good one.
Gig Young. The others were in other episodes.
Agnes Moorehead. The other women were in other episodes.
|In what episode does a man visit his arch-enemy's grave in the middle of the night?||'The Twilight Zone'
The Grave. Lee Marvin showed up drunk for the first day of shooting.
|In what episode does a man, who is obsessed with reading, survive a nuclear war?||'The Twilight Zone'
Time Enough at Last. Poor Henry Bemis.
|In what episode do aliens come to Earth and disrupt a neighbourhood's electrical appliances?||'The Twilight Zone'
The Monsters are Due on Maple Street. 'Look! Look! I swear it isn't me!' - Charlie
Satan. Did that guy really think Brother Jerome would still be alive when he finally recaptured Satan?
The Business man. The Business Man was the Martian, the Restaurant Owner was a Venusian.
5. The 'Twilight Zone' wasn't the same after the third season.
|In 'The Silence', how long does Tennyson have to stay in his glass enclosure?||'The Twilight Zone'
1 year. 'Gambling can be a most unproductive pursuit, even with loaded dice, marked cards, or in his case some severed vocal cords.' -Rod Serling
|Which 'Twilight Zone' episode was a winner at the Cannes Film Festival in 1962?||'The Twilight Zone'
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge. The 'Twilight Zone' was running over budget in it's last season so they bought the rights to this film, and it fit perfectly into 'Zone' format.
Earl Hamner Jr.. Hamner was behind most of the 'hillbilly' episodes.
Rod Serling. They originally wanted Orson Welles to do the monologues, but he wanted too much money. Serling did they pilot and they liked it so much that he did the rest.
|In the episode 'To Serve Man', why are the aliens (Canamits) so nice to the earthlings?||'The Twilight Zone'
They intend to eat them. One of the many classic episodes that 'The Simpsons' spoofed.
|In an Adam-and Eve story, Elizabeth Montgomery plays the woman. Who plays the man?||More 'Twilight Zone'
Charles Bronson. The others are all in different episodes.
|Cliff Robertson plays an entertainer with a problem. What sort of entertainment does he provide?||More 'Twilight Zone'
Ventriloquism. The dummy talks back.
|A World War I pilot flies into modern times and then goes back to his own time to correct a wrong. What does he want to correct?||More 'Twilight Zone'
His act of cowardice. He ran out on a buddy during an aerial dogfight.
|A modern jet flies into the past - then tries to come back to the present, but doesn't quite make it. How far back into the present does the plane get?||More 'Twilight Zone'
Early 20th Century. Back to the dinosaurs, then back - but not quite all the way - to the 1939 World's Fair. Good episode.
|A man and his new wife encounter a curious fortune telling machine while they are stranded in a small town with car trouble. Who plays the man?||More 'Twilight Zone'
William Shatner. Shatner also played the nervous plane passenger who spots a creature on the plane's wing. Ebsen played a person with mind-over-matter powers. McCarthy playeed a history professor who lived forever. Weaver appeared as a prisoner who kept re-experiencing the same events.
|By whom is Inger Stevens bothered as she drives across the country to return home?||More 'Twilight Zone'
Hitchhiker. The hitchhiker is Death.
|State police investigate the apparent landing of a spaceship and conclude that one of several bus passengers must be an alien. Where are these people during the questioning by the police?||More 'Twilight Zone'
|Dick York stars in an episode about a soldier with a special ability. What is it?||More 'Twilight Zone'
He has in certain instances been able to tell who is about to die. He's a soldier who can look at your face and tell if you're going to die. Then, he looks in the mirror ... (York is not the fellow with the special ability.)
Bigger. The irony is that he goes from being a suspended jockey at the start of the show to being reinstated at the show's end - after he has had his wish for height granted.
She's a mannequin. She comes to life for a little 'vacation'.
Yes. He grabs a .44 revolver off an Air Marshall, buckles his seatbelt, hits the emergency panel, and successfully empties the gun into the gremlin.
Abraham Lincoln . Sadly, he failed. And when he returned to his own time, things were very different then what he intended them to be.