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Jul 25 09 9:02 AM
Last night I watched season 3's "The Passerby" with James Gregory and man, it is one of my new top favorites. Haunting.
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I seem to remember an episode that I saw when I was young that I really liked a lot, it was a couple trying to leave this little town but couldn't seem t
get out, at the end was a little girl laughing over the town, what is the name of that episode and what season is it from?
Jul 27 09 8:24 AM
Speaking of Twighlight Zone what is the deal with some of the episodes being shot cheaply like a Soap Opera? Most are shot like a standard televison show at
that time such as lets say Andy Griffith, but other episodes have a weird amateur quality to them which is rather odd.
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One of my all time favorites is 'The Last Flight" with Kenneth Haigh as World War 1 pilot who gets a second chance to right a wrong. The story was
written by Richard Matheson and was one of the few stories that was virtually unchanged from first script to final broadcast. The only thing to change was
the title. It was originally called 'The Flight'. The story always gives me a chill.
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skull island escapee wrote:
Are the longer shows on par quality-wise to the 25-30 min standard episodes, and surely there must be some difference in approach in the longer format, where characterization can be explored more fully?
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