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Happy National Twilight Zone Day!William Shatner from the episode “Nick of Time”

Happy National Twilight Zone Day (May William Shatner from the episode, "Nick of Time".

Rod Serling Portrait with Typewriter

Scottish Newspaper Lists TV Coverage of Trump Inauguration as Twilight Zone Reboot

"Twenty Two" is episode 53 of the American television series The Twilight Zone. The story was adapted by Rod Serling from a short anecdote in the 1944 Bennett Cerf Random House anthology Famous Ghost Stories, which itself was an adaptation of "The Bus-Conductor," a short story by E. F. Benson published in The Pall Mall Magazine in 1906. Starring Barbara Nichols Fredd Wayne

Barbara Nichols and Fredd Wayne in the Twilight Zone episode "Twenty-two"

Rod, Ed Wynn and Murray Hamilton on the set of One for the Angels.

The Twilight Zone~One for the Angels Oct. Murray Hamilton & Ed Wynn & Rod Serling

burgess-meredith: “ On the set with dir. John Brahm // The Twilight Zone: 1x8 - “Time Enough at Last” “In honor of The Twilight Zone New Year’s Takeover on SyFy, I will be posting photographs from all four episodes starring my great-uncle, Burgess...

Burgess Meredith with dir. John Brahm // The Twilight Zone: - “Time Enough at Last” “In honor of The Twilight Zone New Year’s Takeover on SyFy, I will be posting photographs from all four episodes starring my great-uncle, Burgess.

Elizabeth Montgomery stars in "Two," the dystopian fantasy tale that opened Twilight Zone's third season.

The twilight zone - tv show photo #61

The Twilight Zone - Elizabeth Montgomery stars in "Two," the dystopian fantasy tale that opened Twilight Zone's third season.

"Judgment Night" (SS 1 Ep 010)  1942, a German awakens aboard a ship with a dread sense of doom that it will be sunk before the night is through.

"Judgment Night" (SS 1 Ep a German awakens aboard a ship with a dread sense of doom that it will be sunk before the night is through.

The Howling Man publicity still, Twilight Zone

How to Keep The Howling Man From Escaping

No Twilight Zone twist needed. Just simply Rod Serling.

Rod Serling, CBS Television Studios, New York, photo by Loomis Dean

Creepiest Twilight Zone Episode EVER!

Why Is Horror So Important?-Part Two

Creepiest Twilight Zone Episode EVER! Originally airing on May The Twilight episode “The Dummy” stars Academy Award winner Cliff Robertson (Charly) as Jerry Etherson, a ventriloquist who is convinced that his dummy, Willie, is alive and evil.

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