CTVA US Anthology - "The Twilight Zone" (Original Series) (CBS)(1959-64) host Rod Serling

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Tales Of Tomorrow (ABC)(1951-53) Out There (CBS)(1951-52)Science Fiction Theatre (ZIV)(1955-57)

One Step Beyond (ABC)(1959-61)  -  The Outer Limits (ABC)(1963-65)

Rod Serling Series:-

The Twilight Zone (1959-64)  -   Night Gallery (1969-73)   -   The Twilight Zone (1985-89)
The Twilight Zone
 (Original Series)(1959-64)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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The Twilight Zone (season 1) (CBS) (1959-1960)
The Twilight Zone (season 2) (CBS) (1960-1961)
The Twilight Zone (season 3) (CBS) (1961-1962)
The Twilight Zone (season 4) (CBS) (1962-1963)
The Twilight Zone (season 5) (CBS) (1963-1964)
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THE TWILIGHT ZONE
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Cayuga production
Filmed at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios
in association with
The CBS Television Network (Fridays 10pm ET)
Created and Narrated by Rod Serling
Produced by Buck Houghton / William Froug
Produced by Herbert Hirschman (season 4)(early 1963)(60 min)
Produced by Bert Granet (some season 4)(most season 5)(1963-64)(30min)

US Anthology series 1959-64  156 episodes x 30/60 min. bw (138 x 30 min. + 18 x 60 min.)

Hosted by
Rod Serling (Rod Serling wrote 89 of the 156 shows)

"There is a Fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man.
It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity.
It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science
and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man's fears and
the summit of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination.
It's an area which we call - The Twilight Zone!"


The series expanded to 60 min. episodes in season 4 (early 1963)
but reverted to 30 min. episodes for the final season (1963-64)

NOTE: six episodes in season 2 (#44 #47 #50 #53 #56 #58)
were originally shot on videotape, then transferred to sixteen-millimeter film for broadcast.
This was done as a cost-cutting measure. These will have been taped at CBS Television Studios

Directors Included:
Richard L. Bare (7 eps) (1.14,1.19, 2.07, 2.21, 3.24, 3.25 + another)

 

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The Time Element 1/6

The Time Element 2/6

The Time Element 3/6

The Time Element 4/6

The Time Element 5/6
The Time Element 6/6

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