CTVA US Anthology - "The Twilight Zone" (Original Series) (CBS) Season 4 (1962-63)

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 (Original Series) Hosted by Rod Serling
Season 4 (CBS) (1962-63)

Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


############## The Twilight Zone #############
############# season 4 early 1963 ############
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CBS Fridays (18 Hour-long Episodes)
Produced by Herbert Hirschman / Bert Granet
Associate Producer Murray Golden / Assistant to Producer John Conwell

New opening narration for hour long episodes:-
"You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another
dimension - a dimension of sound - a dimension of sight - a
dimension of the mind. You're moving into a land of both shadow and
substance of things and ideas. You've just crossed over into THE TWILIGHT ZONE"

4.01 [103] The Twilight Zone: IN HIS IMAGE (60 min.)
3Jan63
Produced by Herbert Hirschman (new producer)
Written by Charles Beaumont
Directed by Perry Lafferty
Director of Photography George T. Clemens, A.S.C.
Starring:
George Grizzard ............... Alan Talbot/Walter Ryder, Jr.
With:
Gail Kobe ..................... Jessica Connelly
Katherine Squire .............. The Old Woman
~
Wallace Rooney ................ Man
George Petrie ................. Driver
James Seay .................... Sheriff
Jamie Forster ................. Hotel clerk
Sherry Granato ................ Girl

4.02 [---] Twilight Zone: THE THIRTY FATHOM GRAVE (60 min.)
10Jan63
Produced by Herbert Hirschman  / Associate Producer Murray Golden
Written by Rod Serling
Directed by Perry Lafferty
Director of Photography George T. Clemens, A.S.C.
Starring
Mike Kellin ................... Chief Bell
Simon Oakland ................. Captain Beecham
With:
David Sheiner ................. Doc
John Considine ................ McClure
Bill Bixby .................... O.O.D.
Conlan Carter ................. Endsin Marmer
Forrest Compton ............... ASW Officer
~
Henry Scott ................... Jr. O.O.D.
Tony Call ..................... Lee Helmsman
Charles Kuenstle .............. Sonar Operator
Derrick Lewis ................. Helmsman
Vincent Baggetta .............. Sailors
Lou Elias ..................... Sailors
A man who believes that he is responsible for the sinking
of a submarine is killed by sounds apparently coming
from it, 20 years later.

4.03 [--] Twilight Zone: VALLEY OF THE SHADOW (60 min.)
17Jan63
Produced by Herbert Hirschman / Associate Producer Murray Golden
Written by Charles Beaumont
Directed by Perry Lafferty
Director of Photography Robert Pittack, A.S.C.
Starring
David Opatoshu ................ Dorn
Ed Nelson ..................... Philip Redfield
Natalie Trundy ................ Ellen Marshall
With:
Jacques Aubuchon .............. Connolly
Dabbs Greer ................... Evans
James Doohan .................. Father
Suzanne Cupito ................ Girl
Henry Beckman, Bart Burns, King Calder , Pat O'Hara
.................... Townspeople
And:
Sandy Kenyon .................. Gas attendant
A man comes to a peaceful village that guards the secret
of how to create and detroy matter.

4.04 [--] Twilight Zone: HE'S ALIVE (60 min.)
24Jan63
Produced by Herbert Hirschman
Associate Producer Murray Golden
Written by Rod Serling
Directed by Stuart Rosenberg
Director of Photography George T. Clemens, A.S.C.
Starring:
Dennis Hopper ................. Peter Vollmer
Ludwig Donath ................. Ernst Ganz
With:
Paul Mazursky ................. Frank
Howard Caine .................. Nick
Barnaby Hale .................. Stanley
Jay Adler ..................... Gibbons
Wolfe Barzell ................. Proprietor
Bernard Fein .................. Heckler
And:
Curt Conway ................... Adolph Hitler
The ghost of Adolph Hitler inspires a twisted young American
to short-lived success.

4.05 [---] Twilight Zone: THE MUTE (60 min.)
31Jan63
Produced by Herbert Hirschman
Associate Producer Murray Golden
Written by Richard Matheson
Directed by Stuart Rosenberg
Director of Photography Robert Pittack, A.S.C.
Starring:
Barbara Baxley ................ Cora Wheeler
Frank Overton ................. Harry Wheeler
Irene Dailey .................. Miss Frank
Ann Jilliann (2n's on credit).. Ilse Nielsen
With:
Eva Soreny .................... Frau Maria Werner
Robert Boon ................... Holger Nielsen
Claudia Bryar ................. Frau Nielsen
Percy Helton .................. Tom Poulter
And:
Oscar Beregi .................. Kari Werner
A couple experimenting with mental telepathy raise their
daughter without teaching her to speak. When they die,
she is left to face a world in which she cannot communicate.

4.06 [---] Twilight Zone: DEATH SHIP (60 min.)
7Feb60
Produced by Herbert Hirschman
Written by Richard Matheson
Directed by Don Medford
Director of Photography Robert Pittack, A.S.C.
Starring
Jack Klugman .................. Captain Paul Ross
Ross Martin ................... Lieutenant Ted Mason
Fredrick Beir ..................Lieutenant Mike Carter
With:
Mary Webster .................. Ruth
Ross Elliott .................. Kramer
Sara Taft ..................... Mrs. Nolan
And:
Tammy Marihugh ................ Jeannie
Three astronauts are kept in limbo by their refusal to accept death.

4.07 [---] Twilight Zone: JESS-BELLE (60 min.)
14Feb63
Produced by Herbert Hirschman
Associate Producer Murray Golden
Written by Earl Hamner, Jr.
Directed by Buzz Kulik
Director of Photography Robert Pittack, A.S.C.
Starring:
Anne Francis .................. Jess-Belle
James Best .................... Billy-Ben Turner
Laura Devon ................... Ellwyn Glover
Jeanette Nolan ................ Granny Hart
With:
Virginia Gregg ................ Ossie Stone
George Mitchell ............... Luther Glover
Helen Kleeb ................... Mattie Glover
Jim Boles ..................... Obed Miller
Jon Lormer .................... Minister
A Jess-Belle (Anne Francis) strikes a deadly bargain
with a witch to assure herself the attention of a
young man.

4.08 [--] Twilight Zone: MINIATURE (60 min.)

21-Feb-1963

Classic Twilight Zone Miniature (1 of 6)

Classic Twilight Zone Miniature (2 of 6)

Classic Twilight Zone Miniature (3 of 6)

Classic Twilight Zone Miniature (4 of 6)

Classic Twilight Zone Miniature (5 of 6)

Classic Twilight Zone Miniature (6 of 6)

Robert Duvall ................. Charley Parkes
Claire Griswold ............... The Doll
Barbara Barrie ................ Myrna
William Windom ................ Dr. Wallman
Pert Kelton ................... Mrs. Parkes
Lenny Weinrib ................. Buddie
John McLiam ................... Guard
Nina Roman .................... Maid
Barney Phillips ............... Diemel
Richard Angarola .............. Suitor
Joan Chambers ................. Harriet
Chet Stratton ................. Guide

4.09 [--] Twilight Zone: PRINTER'S DEVIL (60 min.)
28Feb63
Produced by Herbert Hirschman / Associate Producer Murray Golden
Written by Charles Beaumont
Directed by Ralph Senensky
Director of Photography George T. Clemens, A.S.C.
Starring:
Robert Sterling ............... Douglas Winter
Patricia Crowley .............. Jackie Benson
Special Guest Star:
Burgess Meredith .............. Mr. Smith
With:
Ray Teal ...................... Mr. Franklin
Charles Thompson .............. Andy Praskins
Doris Kemper .................. Landlady
Camille Franklin .............. Molly
A newspaper editor facing bankruptcy hires the Devil as his
chief reporter.

4.10 [--] Twilight Zone: NO TIME LIKE THE PAST (60 min.)
7Mar63
Produced by NO CREDIT ON SCREEN
Written by Rod Serling
Directed by Justus Addiss
Director of Photography Robert Pittack, A.S.C.
Starring:
Dana Andrews .................. Paul Driscoll
Patricia Breslin .............. Abigail Sloan
With:
Malcolm Atterbury ............. Prof. Eliot
Robert Cornthwaite ............ Hanford
John Zaremba .................. Hornplayer
Lindsay Workman ............... Bartender
Marjorie Bennett .............. Mrs. Chamberlain
Tudor Owen .................... Captain of `Lusitania'
James Yagi .................... Jpanese Police Captain
And:
Robert F. Simon ............... Harvey
A man attempts to alter the course of history with the help
of a time machine.

4.11 [--] Twilight Zone: THE PARALLEL (60 min.)
14Mar63
Produced by Bert Granet (new producer)
Written by Rod Serling
Directed by Alan Crosland, Jr.
Director of Photography Robert Pittack, A.S.C.
Starring:
Steve Forrest ................. Robert Gaines
Jacqueline Scott .............. Helen Gaines
Frank Aletter ................. Connacher
With:
Paul Comi ..................... Psychiatrist
Shari Lee Bernath ............. Maggie Gaines
Morgan Jones .................. Captain
And:
William Sargent ............... Project manager
Also Starring:
Philip Abbott ................. General Eaton
An orbiting astronaut passes into a world remarkabley like
his own, except for a few minor details.

4.12 [--] Twilight Zone: I DREAM OF GENIE (60 min.)
21Mar63
Produced by Herbert Hirschman
Written by John Furia, Jr.
Directed by Robert Gist
Director of Photography George T. Clemens, A.S.C.
Starring:
Howard Morris ................. George P. Hanley
Patricia Barry ................ Ann
Loring Smith .................. Watson
Mark Miller ................... Roger
With:
Joyce Jameson ................. Actress
James Millhollin .............. Masters
Bob Hastings .................. Sam
Robert Ball ................... Clerk
And:
Jack Albertson ................ The Genie
A mild-mannered clerk finds an Aladdin's lamp but decides
that merely wishing for wealth, power, or the girl of his
dreams, would be a waste of the lamps power.

4.13 [--] Twilight Zone: THE NEW EXHIBIT (60 min.)
4Apr63
Produced by Bert Granet
Written by Charles Beaumont
Directed by John Brahm
Director of Photography George T. Clemens, A.S.C.
Starring:
Martin Balsam ................. Martin Lombard Senescu
Will Kuluva ................... Mr. Ferguson
Maggie Mahoney ................ Emma Senescu
With:
William Mims .................. Dave
Phil Chambers ................. Gas man
Lennie Breman ................. Van driver
Ed Barth ...................... Sailors
Craig Curtis .................. Sailors
Milton Parsons ................ Henri Desire Landru
David Bond .................... Jack the Ripper
Bob Mitchell .................. Albert W. Hicks
Robert L. McCord .............. Burke
Billy Beck .................... Hare
And:
Marcel Hillaire ............... The Guide
Statues of famous murderers, discarded by a wax museum
kill people who would part them from their custodian.
But when the custodian turns on them, they murder him as well.

4.14 [--] Twilight Zone: OF LATE I THINK OF CLIFFORDVILLE (60 min.)
11Apr63
Produced by Bert Granet
Written by Rod Serling
Based on a Short Story "Blind Alley" by Malcolm Jameson
Directed by David Lowell Rich
Director of Photography Robert Pittack, A.S.C.
Starring:
Albert Salmi .................. Bill Feathersmith
John Anderson ................. Deidrich
Wright King ................... Hecate
With:
Guy Raymond ................... Gibbons
Christine Burke ............... Joanna
John Harmon ................... Clark
Hugh Sanders .................. Cronk
And
Guest Star:
Julie Newmar .................. Miss Devlin
A ruthless captain of industry strikes a deal with the devil
and travels back in time to his youth - but history does not repeat itself.

4.15 [--] Twilight Zone: THE INCREDIBLE WORLD OF HORACE FORD (60 min.)
18Apr63
Produced by Herbert Hirschman
Written by Reginald Rose
Directed Abner Biberman
Director of Photography George T. Clemens, A.S.C.
Starring:
Pat Hingle ................ Horace Ford
Nan Martin ................ Laura Ford
Ruth White ................ Mrs. Ford
Phillip Pine .............. Leonard O'Brien
with:
Vaughn Taylor ............. Judson
Mary Carver ............... Betty O'Brien
Jerry Davis ............... Hermy Brandt
Jim E. Titus .............. Horace as Child
A grown man recalls his youth with such longing that he
becomes a boy again.

4.16 [--] Twilight Zone: ON THURSDAY WE LEAVE FOR HOME (60 min.)
2May63
Produced by Bert Granet
Written by Rod Serling
Directed by Buzz Kulik
Director of Photography George T. Clemens, A.S.C.
Starring:
James Whitmore ................ Captain William Benteen
Tim O'Connor .................. Colonel Sloane
James Broderick ............... Al
With:
Paul Langton .................. George
Jo Helton ..................... Julie
Mercedes Shirley .............. Joan
Russ Bender ................... Hank
Daniel Kulick ................. Jo Jo
*
Shirley O'Hara ................ Colonists
Madge Kennedy ................. Colonists
John Ward ..................... Colonists
Anthony Benson ................ Colonists
And:
Lew Gallo ..................... Engle
The leader of a space expedition is fearful of losing his power
 

4.17 [--] Twilight Zone: PASSAGE ON THE LADY ANNE (60 min.)
9May63

Twilight Zone: Passage On The Lady Anne
Music Composed by Rene Garriguenc
Conducted by Lud Gluskin
Guest Stars in Alphabetical Order:
Gladys Cooper ................. Millie McKenzie
Wilfrid Hyde-White ............ Mckenzie
Cecil Kellaway ................ Burgess
Lee Philips ................... Alan Ransome
Joyce Van Patten .............. Eileen Ransome
With:
Alan Napier ................... Capt. Protheroe
Cyril Delevanti ............... Officer
Jack Raine .................... Officer
Colin Campbell ................ Addicott
And:
Don Keefer .................... Spiereto

4.18 [--] Twilight Zone: The Bard (60 min.)(1963.05.23)
Jack Weston ................... Julius Moomer
John Williams ................. Shakespeare
John McGiver .................. Shannon
Burt Reynolds ................. Rocky Rhodes
Judy Strangis ................. Cora
Henry Lascoe .................. Gerald Huge
Howard McNear ................. Branhoff
Marge Redmond ................. Secretary
Clegg Hoyt .................... Bus driver
Doro Merande .................. Sadie
William Lanteau ............... Dolan

############## The Twilight Zone #############
############### end of season 4 ##############
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