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The Resource The twilight zone, Season 1, produced by Cayuga Productions, Inc. in association with the CBS Television Network ; produced by Buck Houghton

The twilight zone, Season 1, produced by Cayuga Productions, Inc. in association with the CBS Television Network ; produced by Buck Houghton

Label
The twilight zone, Season 1
Title
The twilight zone
Title number
Season 1
Statement of responsibility
produced by Cayuga Productions, Inc. in association with the CBS Television Network ; produced by Buck Houghton
Title variation
Twilight zone
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A collection of tales which range from comic to tragic, but most often having a wicked sense of humor and filled with unexpected twists
Member of
Cataloging source
HLS
Characteristic
videorecording
Credits note
Director of photography, Joseph LaShelle (episode 1), George T. Clemens (episodes 2-12, 14-22, 24-36), Harry Wild (episode 14), Harkness Smith (episode 23) ; editor, Roland Gross (episode 1), Lyle Boyer (episode 2), Bill Mosher (episodes 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 14-16, 19, 21, 22, 24, 27, 29, 31, 33, 34), Joseph Gluck (episodes 5, 7, 9, 12, 13, 17, 18, 20, 23, 26, 28, 30, 32, 35, 36), Fred Maguire (episodes 11, 25) ; music, Bernard Herrmann (episodes 1, 5, 7), Franz Waxman (episode 4), Leith Stevens (episode 8), Van Cleave (episodes 9, 12, 20, 23), Leonard Rosenman (episode 11), Jerry Goldsmith (episodes 13, 27, 29), Lucien Moraweck (episode 19), Rene Garriguenc (episode 22), Nathan Scott (episode 30), Lyn Murray (episode 32)
Dewey number
791.45/75
LC call number
PN1992.77
LC item number
.T951 1999 DVD
PerformerNote
  • Earl Holliman, James Gregory, Ed Wynn, Murray Hamilton, Dana Dillaway, Jay Overholts, Merritt Bohn, Dan Duryea, Martin Landau, Jeanne Cooper, Malcolm Atterbury, Ken Lynch, Arthur Batanides, Bill Erwin, Robert Burton, Doug McClure, Ida Lupino, Martin Balsam, Jerome Cowan, Ted de Corsia, Alice Frost, Gig Young, Frank Overton, Irene Tedrow, Michael Montgomery, Ronnie Howard, David Wayne, Thomas Gomez, Virginia Christine, Raymond Bailey, Wendell Holmes, Dick Wilson, Joe Flynn, Nesden Booth, Jack Warden, John Dehner, Jean Marsh, Burgess Meredith, Vaughn Taylor, Jaqueline de Wit, Lela Bliss, Richard Conte, John Larch, Suzanne Lloyd, Nehemiah Persoff, Deirdre Owen, Patrick Macnee, Ben Wright, Leslie Bradley, Kendrick Huxham, Hugh Sanders, Richard Peel, Donald Journeaux, Barry Bernard, James Franciscus, Rod Taylor, James Hutton, Charles Aidman, Maxine Cooper, Paul Bryaw, Sue Randall, Joe Bassett, Steve Cochran, Ernest Truex, Harry Townes, Phillip Pine, Ross Martin, Dan Gordon, Harry Jackson
  • Bernard Fein, Peter Brocco, Milton Frome, Beverly Garland, Fritz Weaver, Edward Andrews, Joe Maross, Denise Alexander, Lori March, Jeanne Evans, Dewey Martin, Edward Binns, Ted Otis, Harry Bartell, Leslie Barrett, Inger Stevens, Adam Williams, Lew Gallo, Leonard Strong, Russ Bender, George Mitchell, Everett Sloane, Vivi Janiss, Kenneth Haigh, Alexander Scourby, Simon Scott, Robert Warwick, Harry Raybould, Jerry Catron, Dick York, William Reynolds, William Phipps, Barney Phillips, S. John Launer
  • Michael Vandever, Paul Mazursky, Marc Cavell, Warren Oates, Ron Masak, Cecil Kellaway, Jeff Morrow, Don Dubbins, Kevin Hagen, Vera Miles, Martin Milner, Joe Hamilton, Naomi Stevens, Therese Lyon, Ferris Taylor, Edwin Rand, Claude Akins, Barry Atwater, Jack Weston, Jan Handzlik, Howard Duff, David White, Frank Maxwell, Eileen Ryan, Gail Kobe, Peter Walker, Susan Dorn, William Idelson, Kevin McCarthy, Edgar Stehli, Estelle Winwood, Dody Heath, Roddy McDowall, Susan Oliver, Paul Comi, Byron Morrow, Vic Perrin, Vernon Gray, Albert Salmi, Russell Johnson, Than Wyenn, Jon Lormer, Fay Roope, Richard Karlan, Ivan Dixon, Steven Perry, Kim Hamilton, Walter Burke, Henry Scott, Larry Blyden, Sebastian Cabot, Janice Rule, Shepperd Strudwick, Terry Burnham, Michael Fox, Joe Perry, James Daly, Howard Smith, Patricia Donahue, Jason Wingreen, Maris Neal, James Maloney, John McIntire, Patricia Barry, George Grizzard
  • J. Pat O'Malley, Marjorie Bennett, Barbara Perry, Rusty Wescoatt, Jack Klugman, John Anderson, Frank Wolff, Mary Webster, James Flavin, Ned Glass, Orson Bean, Henry Jones, Charles Lane, Horace McMahon, William Schallert, Anne Francis, Elizabeth Allen, James Millhollin, John Conwell, Patrick Whyte, Nancy Rennick, Abraham Sofaer, Robert Sorrells, Alan Dexter, Don O'Kelly, Jonathan Hole, Rusty Lane, Keenan Wynn, Phyllis Kirk, Mary La Roche
Runtime
0
Series statement
The twilight zone : the complete definitive collection
Target audience
general
Technique
live action
Label
The twilight zone, Season 1, produced by Cayuga Productions, Inc. in association with the CBS Television Network ; produced by Buck Houghton
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title from menu
  • Originally broadcast on television during the 1959-1960 season
  • Recorded in Dolby digital mono
  • "Presented in its original 1.33:1 aspect ratio"--Container
  • "Dual layer format"--Container
  • Special features: audio commentaries by Earl Holliman, Martin Landau, Rod Taylor, Martin Milner, Kevin McCarthy, and William Self; vintage audio recollections with Burgess Meredith, Douglas Heyes, Richard L. Bare, Buck Houghton, Anne Francis and Richard Matheson; Rod Serling audio lectures from Sherwood Oaks College; isolated music scores featuring the legendary Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith and more; Rod Serling promos for "Next weeks show"; original unaired pilot version of "Where is everybody?" with Rod Serling's network pitch; rare Rod Serling blooper
  • Released in 2006 by Image Entertainment as part of the 28 DVD set The Twilight Zone: The Complete Definitive Collection
Carrier category
videodisc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • directed by Allen Reisner ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 4.
  • The sixteen-millimeter shrine (Oct. 23, 1959)
  • directed by Mitchell Leisen ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 5.
  • Walking distance (Oct. 30, 1959)
  • directed by Robert Stevens ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 6.
  • Escape clause (Nov. 6, 1959)
  • directed by Mitchell Leisen ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • Disc 1. episode 1.
  • episode 7.
  • The lonely (Nov. 13, 1959)
  • directed by Jack Smight ; written and narrated by Rod Serling
  • disc 2. episode 8.
  • Time enough at last (Nov. 20, 1959)
  • directed by John Brahm ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on a short story by Lynn Venable.
  • episode 9
  • Where is everybody? (Oct. 2, 1959)
  • directed by Robert Stevens ; written by Rod Serling.
  • episode 2.
  • One for the angels (Oct. 9, 1959)
  • directed by Robert Parrish ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 3.
  • Mr. Denton on doomsday (Oct. 16, 1959)
  • episode 12.
  • What you need (Dec. 25, 1959)
  • directed by Alvin Ganzer ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on the short story by Lewis Padgett.
  • episode 13.
  • The four of us are dying (Jan. 1, 1960)
  • directed by John Brahm ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on a short story by George Johnson.
  • episode 14.
  • Third from the sun (Jan. 8, 1960)
  • directed by Richard L. Bare ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on the short story by Richard Matheson.
  • episode 15.
  • Perchance to dream (Nov. 27, 1959)
  • I shot an arrow into the air (Jan. 15, 1960)
  • directed by Stuart Rosenberg ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on the story by Madelon Champion
  • directed by Robert Florey ; written by Charles Beaumont.
  • episode 10.
  • Judgment night (Dec. 4, 1959)
  • directed by John Brahm ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 11.
  • And when the sky was opened (Dec. 11, 1959)
  • directed by Douglas Heyes ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on a short story by Richard Matheson.
  • directed by William Caxton ; written by Richard Matheson.
  • episode 19.
  • The purple testament (Feb. 12, 1960)
  • directed by Richard L. Bare ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 20.
  • Elegy (Feb. 19, 1960)
  • directed by Douglas Heyes ; written by Charles Beaumont.
  • episode 21.
  • Mirror image (Feb. 26, 1960)
  • directed by John Brahm ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • disc 3. episode 16.
  • episode 22.
  • The monsters are due on Maple Street (March 4, 1960)
  • directed by Ronald Winston ; written and narrated by Rod Serling
  • disc 4. episode 23.
  • A world of difference (March 11, 1960)
  • directed by Ted Post ; written by Richard Matheson.
  • episode 24
  • The hitch-hiker (Jan. 22, 1960)
  • directed by Alvin Ganzer ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on the radio play by Lucille Fletcher.
  • episode 17.
  • The fever (Jan. 29, 1960)
  • directed by Robert Florey ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 18.
  • The last flight (Feb. 5, 1960)
  • episode 27.
  • The big tall wish (April 8, 1960)
  • directed by Ronald Winston ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 28.
  • A nice place to visit (April 15, 1960)
  • directed by John Brahm ; written by Charles Beaumont.
  • episode 29.
  • Nightmare as a child (April 29, 1960)
  • directed by Alvin Ganzer ; written and narrated by Rod Serling
  • disc 5. episode 30.
  • Long live Walter Jameson (March 18, 1960)
  • A stop at Willoughby (May 6, 1960)
  • directed by Robert Parrish ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 31.
  • The chaser (May 13, 1960)
  • directed by Tony Leader ; written by Charles Beaumont.
  • episode 25.
  • People are alike all over (March 25, 1960)
  • directed by Mitchell Leisen ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on a short story by Paul W. Fairman.
  • episode 26.
  • Execution (April 1, 1960)
  • directed by David Orrick McDearmon ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on a short story by George Clayton Johnson.
  • The after hours (June 10, 1960)
  • directed by Douglas Heyes ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 35.
  • The mighty Casey (June 17, 1960)
  • directed by Robert Parrish and Alvin Ganzer ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 36.
  • A world of his own (July 1, 1960)
  • directed by Ralph Nelson ; written by Richard Matheson
  • disc 6.
  • Bonus features
  • directed by Douglas Heyes ; teleplay by Robert Presnell, Jr. ; based on the short story by John Collier.
  • episode 32.
  • A passage for trumpet (May 20, 1960)
  • directed by Don Medford ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 33.
  • Mr. Bevis (June 3, 1960)
  • directed by William Asher ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 34.
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Edition
Definitive ed.
Extent
6 videodiscs (ca. 1038 min.)
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Medium for sound
videodisc
Note
Previous call number: DVD 5053
Other control number
  • 014381243925
  • 014381247428
Other physical details
sd., b&w
Publisher number
  • ID2439CUDVD
  • ID2474CUDVD
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn610487433
  • (OCoLC)ocn793718260
  • (OCoLC)ocn828121835
System details
DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital mono., NTSC
Video recording format
DVD
Label
The twilight zone, Season 1, produced by Cayuga Productions, Inc. in association with the CBS Television Network ; produced by Buck Houghton
Publication
Note
  • Title from menu
  • Originally broadcast on television during the 1959-1960 season
  • Recorded in Dolby digital mono
  • "Presented in its original 1.33:1 aspect ratio"--Container
  • "Dual layer format"--Container
  • Special features: audio commentaries by Earl Holliman, Martin Landau, Rod Taylor, Martin Milner, Kevin McCarthy, and William Self; vintage audio recollections with Burgess Meredith, Douglas Heyes, Richard L. Bare, Buck Houghton, Anne Francis and Richard Matheson; Rod Serling audio lectures from Sherwood Oaks College; isolated music scores featuring the legendary Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith and more; Rod Serling promos for "Next weeks show"; original unaired pilot version of "Where is everybody?" with Rod Serling's network pitch; rare Rod Serling blooper
  • Released in 2006 by Image Entertainment as part of the 28 DVD set The Twilight Zone: The Complete Definitive Collection
Carrier category
videodisc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • directed by Allen Reisner ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 4.
  • The sixteen-millimeter shrine (Oct. 23, 1959)
  • directed by Mitchell Leisen ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 5.
  • Walking distance (Oct. 30, 1959)
  • directed by Robert Stevens ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 6.
  • Escape clause (Nov. 6, 1959)
  • directed by Mitchell Leisen ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • Disc 1. episode 1.
  • episode 7.
  • The lonely (Nov. 13, 1959)
  • directed by Jack Smight ; written and narrated by Rod Serling
  • disc 2. episode 8.
  • Time enough at last (Nov. 20, 1959)
  • directed by John Brahm ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on a short story by Lynn Venable.
  • episode 9
  • Where is everybody? (Oct. 2, 1959)
  • directed by Robert Stevens ; written by Rod Serling.
  • episode 2.
  • One for the angels (Oct. 9, 1959)
  • directed by Robert Parrish ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 3.
  • Mr. Denton on doomsday (Oct. 16, 1959)
  • episode 12.
  • What you need (Dec. 25, 1959)
  • directed by Alvin Ganzer ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on the short story by Lewis Padgett.
  • episode 13.
  • The four of us are dying (Jan. 1, 1960)
  • directed by John Brahm ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on a short story by George Johnson.
  • episode 14.
  • Third from the sun (Jan. 8, 1960)
  • directed by Richard L. Bare ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on the short story by Richard Matheson.
  • episode 15.
  • Perchance to dream (Nov. 27, 1959)
  • I shot an arrow into the air (Jan. 15, 1960)
  • directed by Stuart Rosenberg ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on the story by Madelon Champion
  • directed by Robert Florey ; written by Charles Beaumont.
  • episode 10.
  • Judgment night (Dec. 4, 1959)
  • directed by John Brahm ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 11.
  • And when the sky was opened (Dec. 11, 1959)
  • directed by Douglas Heyes ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on a short story by Richard Matheson.
  • directed by William Caxton ; written by Richard Matheson.
  • episode 19.
  • The purple testament (Feb. 12, 1960)
  • directed by Richard L. Bare ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 20.
  • Elegy (Feb. 19, 1960)
  • directed by Douglas Heyes ; written by Charles Beaumont.
  • episode 21.
  • Mirror image (Feb. 26, 1960)
  • directed by John Brahm ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • disc 3. episode 16.
  • episode 22.
  • The monsters are due on Maple Street (March 4, 1960)
  • directed by Ronald Winston ; written and narrated by Rod Serling
  • disc 4. episode 23.
  • A world of difference (March 11, 1960)
  • directed by Ted Post ; written by Richard Matheson.
  • episode 24
  • The hitch-hiker (Jan. 22, 1960)
  • directed by Alvin Ganzer ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on the radio play by Lucille Fletcher.
  • episode 17.
  • The fever (Jan. 29, 1960)
  • directed by Robert Florey ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 18.
  • The last flight (Feb. 5, 1960)
  • episode 27.
  • The big tall wish (April 8, 1960)
  • directed by Ronald Winston ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 28.
  • A nice place to visit (April 15, 1960)
  • directed by John Brahm ; written by Charles Beaumont.
  • episode 29.
  • Nightmare as a child (April 29, 1960)
  • directed by Alvin Ganzer ; written and narrated by Rod Serling
  • disc 5. episode 30.
  • Long live Walter Jameson (March 18, 1960)
  • A stop at Willoughby (May 6, 1960)
  • directed by Robert Parrish ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 31.
  • The chaser (May 13, 1960)
  • directed by Tony Leader ; written by Charles Beaumont.
  • episode 25.
  • People are alike all over (March 25, 1960)
  • directed by Mitchell Leisen ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on a short story by Paul W. Fairman.
  • episode 26.
  • Execution (April 1, 1960)
  • directed by David Orrick McDearmon ; teleplay by Rod Serling ; based on a short story by George Clayton Johnson.
  • The after hours (June 10, 1960)
  • directed by Douglas Heyes ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 35.
  • The mighty Casey (June 17, 1960)
  • directed by Robert Parrish and Alvin Ganzer ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 36.
  • A world of his own (July 1, 1960)
  • directed by Ralph Nelson ; written by Richard Matheson
  • disc 6.
  • Bonus features
  • directed by Douglas Heyes ; teleplay by Robert Presnell, Jr. ; based on the short story by John Collier.
  • episode 32.
  • A passage for trumpet (May 20, 1960)
  • directed by Don Medford ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 33.
  • Mr. Bevis (June 3, 1960)
  • directed by William Asher ; written and narrated by Rod Serling.
  • episode 34.
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Edition
Definitive ed.
Extent
6 videodiscs (ca. 1038 min.)
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Medium for sound
videodisc
Note
Previous call number: DVD 5053
Other control number
  • 014381243925
  • 014381247428
Other physical details
sd., b&w
Publisher number
  • ID2439CUDVD
  • ID2474CUDVD
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn610487433
  • (OCoLC)ocn793718260
  • (OCoLC)ocn828121835
System details
DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital mono., NTSC
Video recording format
DVD

Library Locations

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