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Might be Dali's set work for Hitchcock's Spellbound with Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck

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Why We Still Love The Twilight Zone   https://daily.jstor.org/why-we-still-love-the-twilight-zone/

Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone stood out in the "vast wasteland" of television in the early 1960s and still resonates today.

Stylish Posters for Classic CBS Shows: The Twilight Zone. Image credit: Mattson Creative

These days, CBS is home to Two and a Half Men, 2 Broke Girls, and other wildly popular shows about irritating duos, but that doesn’t mean the network hasn’t featured some excellent programming over the years. In seven stylish black, red, white, and…

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Rod Serling, the man known for tv, but truly a man of the written word.

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― The Face of Another (1966)Okuyama: There are monsters who act like people, and people who act like monsters.

― The Face of Another (1966) Okuyama: There are monsters who act like people, and people who act like monsters.

Rod Serling, the creator and most regular resident of "The Twilight Zone."

The Fourth of July holiday will bring many Americans outdoors on Friday, especially for celebrations that end with fireworks lighting up the night sky. But if you're already hearing the theme music to "The Twilight Zone" in your head, you're more likely looking forward to staying indoors all day, skipping the bombs bursting in air and catching Syfy's 24-hour marathon of the classic TV series. "'

How The Twilight Zone Predicted Our Paranoid Present - Adrienne LaFrance - The Atlantic

Tune into the annual New Year's marathon broadcast of the show that debuted 55 years ago, and you might notice something strange: Its sci-fi stories look a lot like today.

"Mirror Image" (Season 1, Episode 21)

Writer(s): Rod SerlingDirector: John BrahmSometimes you get the sense The Twilight Zone is getting carried away with itself, killing the story by taking it just a few steps too far. "Mirror Image" is one of those instances. How much scarier would it have been if Millicent were just some lady who may or may not have been hallucinating a doppelgänger, and the audience never got the (campy) closure about a parallel universe with evil doubles?