The Twilight Zone. Season 2
(2006, original release: 1960)

Fiction

DVD

Call Numbers:
DVD/TV/TWILIGHT

Availability

Locations Call Number Status
Movies DVD/TV/TWILIGHT Available

Details

PUBLISHED
Chatsworth, CA : CBS DVD : Distributed exclusively by Image Entertainment, 2006
EDITION
Definitive edition
DESCRIPTION
5 videodiscs (approximately 870 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN
014381244021 ID2440CUDVD, 014381247428 ID2474CUDVD
LANGUAGE
English
NOTES

Title from menu

Disc 1. episode 37. King Nine will not return (Sept. 20, 1960) / directed by Buzz Kulik ; written by Rod Serling. episode 38. The man in the bottle (Oct. 7, 1960) / directed by Don Medford ; written by Rod Serling. episode 39. Nervous man in a four dollar room (Oct. 14, 1960) / directed by Douglas Heyes ; written by Rod Serling. episode 40. A thing about machines (Oct. 28, 1960) / directed by David Orrick McDearmon ; written by Rod Serling. episode 41. The howling man (Nov. 4, 1960) / directed by Douglas Heyes ; written by Charles Beaumont. episode 42. Eye of the beholder (Nov. 11, 1960) / directed by Douglas Heyes ; written by Rod Serling

Complete second season, 1960-1961, of Rod Serling's classic, groundbreaking series exploring the fantastic and frightening

Originally broadcast on television during the 1960-1961 season

disc 2. episode 43. Nick of time (Nov. 18, 1960) / directed by Richard L. Bare ; written by Richard Matheson. episode 44. The lateness of the hour (Dec. 2, 1960) / directed by Jack Smight ; written by Rod Serling. episode 45. The trouble with Templeton (Dec. 9. 1960) / directed by Buzz Kulik ; written by E. Jack Neuman. episode 46. A most unusual camera (Dec. 16, 1960) / directed by John Rich ; written by Rod Serling. episode 47. Night of the meek (Dec. 23, 1960) / directed by Jack Smight ; written by Rod Serling. episode 48. Dust (Jan. 6, 1961) / directed by Douglas Heyes ; written by Rod Serling

Recorded in Dolby digital mono

disc 3. episode 49. Back there (Jan. 13, 1961) / directed by David Orrick McDearmon ; written by Rod Serling. episode 50. The whole truth (Jan. 20, 1961) / directed by James Sheldon ; written by Rod Serling. episode 51. The invaders (Jan. 27, 1961) / directed by Douglas Heyes ; written by Richard Matheson. episode 52. A penny for your thoughts (Feb. 3, 1961) / directed by James Sheldon ; written by George Clayton Johnson. episode 53. Twenty two (Feb. 10, 1961) / directed by Jack Smight ; written by Rod Serling ; based on an anecdote from Bennett Cerf's Famous ghost stories. episode 54. The odyssey of Flight 33 (Feb. 24, 1961) / directed by Justus Addiss ; written by Rod Serling

"Program captioned for the hearing impaired"--Container

disc 4. episode 55. Mr. Dingle, the strong (March 3, 1961) / directed by John Brahm ; written by Rod Serling. episode 56. Static (March 10, 1961) / directed by Buzz Kulik ; written by Charles Beaumont ; based on a story by OCee Ritch. episode 57. The prime mover (March 24, 1961) / directed by Richard L. Bare ; written by Charles Beaumont. episode 58. Long distance call (March 31, 1961) / directed by James Sheldon ; written by Charles Beaumont and William Idelson. episode 59. A hundred yards over the rim (April 7, 1961) / directed by Buzz Kulik ; written by Rod Serling. episode 60. The Rip Van Winkle Caper (April 24, 1961) / directed by Justus Addiss ; written by Rod Serling

"Presented in its original 1.33:1 aspect ratio"--Container

disc 5. episode 61. The silence (April 28, 1961) / directed by Boris Sagal ; written by Rod Serling. episode 62. Shadow play (May 5, 1961) / directed by John Brahm ; written by Charles Beaumont. episode 63. The mind and the matter (May 12, 1961) / directed by Buzz Kulik ; written by Rod Serling. episode 64. Will the real Martian please stand up? (May 26, 1961) / directed by Montgomery Pittman ; written by Rod Serling. episode 64. The obsolete man (June 2, 1961) / directed by Elliot Silverstein ; written by Rod Serling

"Dual layer format"--Container

Special features: audio commentaries by Donna Douglas, Don Rickles, William Idelson, Bill Mumy, Cliff Robertson, Dennis Weaver and Shelley Berman; excerpts of Marc Scott Zicree's interviews with Buzz Kulik, Douglas Heyes, Maxine Stuart, George Clayton Johnson and Bob Serling; isolated music scores featuring the legendary Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith, Fred Steiner and more; Twilight Zone radio shows; Rod Serling promos for "Next Week's" shows; Rare Rod Serling appearances: The Mike Wallace Interview, Tell It to Groucho and The Jack Benny Show; Complete script for Twenty Two with Rod Serling's handwritten notes; Twilight Zone comic book and more!

Some special features are DVD-ROM and require computer and Adobe Acrobat Reader

Released in 2006 by Image Entertainment as part of the 28 DVD set The Twilight Zone: The Complete Definitive Collection

Director of photography, George T. Clemens (episodes 37-43, 45, 46, 48, 49, 51, 52, 54, 55, 57, 59-65) ; editor, Bill Mosher (episodes 37, 39, 51, 55, 46, 48, 54, 55, 57), Leon Barsha (episodes 38, 40, 42, 43, 49, 51, 52, 59, 61), Jason Bernie (episodes 60, 62, 63, 65) ; music, Fred Steiner (episodes 37, 59), Jerry Goldsmith (episodes 39, 48, 49, 51), Bernard Herrmann (episode 42), Jeff Alexander (episode 45) ; DVD special features producer, Paul Brownstein

Bob Cummings, Richard Haydn, William Shatner, Inger Stevens, Brian Aherne, Gene Lyons, Paul Lambert, Jenna McMahon, Luther Adler, Vivi Janiss, Joseph Ruskin, Olan Soulé, Lisa Golm, Joe Mantell, William D. Gordon, Barbara Stuart, Barney Phillips, Henry Beckman, Jay Overholts, Margarita Cordova, John Carradine, H.M. Wynant, Robin Hughes, Frederic Ledebur, Ezelle Poule, Maxine Stuart, Jennifer Howard, George Keymas, Joanna Heyes, Edson Stroll, Donna Douglas, Patricia Breslin, Guy Wilkerson, Stafford Repp, Walter Reed, Dee Carroll, John Hoyt, Irene Tedrow, Tom Palmer, Mary Gregory, Valley Keene, Doris Karnes, Jason Johnson, Pippa Scott, Sydney Pollack, Dave Willock, King Calder, Larry Blake, David Thursby, Charles Carlson, Fred Clark, Jean Carson, Adam Williams, Marcel Hillaire, Art Carney, John Fiedler, Robert P. Lieb

Val Avery, Mey Wyllie, Kay Cousins, Burt Mustin, Thomas Gomez, John Larch, Vladimir Sokoloff, Russell Johnson, Paul Hartman, Bartlett Robinson, John Lasell, James Lydon, Raymond Bailey Raymond Greenleaf, John Eldredge, James Gavin, Jean Inness, Lew Brown, Carol Rossen, Nora Marlowe, Pat O'Malley, Jack Carson, Loring Smith, George Chandler, Jack Ging, Arte Johnson, Patrick Westwood, Lee Sabinson, Nan Peterson, Agnes Moorehead, Dick York, June Dayton, Dan Tobin, Cyril Delevanti, Hayden Rorke, James Nolan, Frank London, Anthony Ray, Patrick Waltz, Barbara Nichols, Jonathan Harris, Fredd Wayne, Arline Sax, Mary Adams, Norma Connolly, Wesley Lau, Angus Duncan, John Anderson, Paul Comi, Sandy Kenyon, Wayne Heffley, Harp McGuire, Betty Garde, Beverly Brown, Nancy Rennick, Lester Fletcher, Burgess Meredith, Don Rickles, Dean Jagger, Carmen Mathews, Robert Emhardt

Arch W. Johnson, Alice Pearce, Clegg Hoyt, Stephen Talbot, Lillian O'Malley, Dane Clark, Buddy Ebsen, Christine White, Nesdon Booth, Clancy Cooper, Jane Burgess, Philip Abbott, Lili Darvas, Patricia Smith, Billy Mumy, Jenny Maxwell, Reid Hammond, Henry Hunter, Cliff Robertson, John Crawford, Evans Evans, Ed Platt, Miranda Jones, Ken Drake, Robert L. McCord III, Jennifer Bunker, John Astin, Simon Oakland, Oscar Beregi, Lew Gallo, John Mitchum, Wallace Rooney, Shirley O'Hara, Franchot Tone, Liam Sullivan, Everett Glass, Felix Locher, John Holland, Dennis Weaver, Harry Townes, Shelley Berman, Jack Grinnage, Chet Stratton, Fritz Weaver, Josep Elic, Harry Fleer, Barry Brooks, Harold Innocent, Jane Romeyn

Filmed at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios

DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital mono., NTSC

Closed-captioned

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