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The Resource The twilight zone, Season 3, produced by Buck Houghton ; created by Rod Serling ; produced by Cayuga Productions, Inc. ; in association with the CBS Television Network

The twilight zone, Season 3, produced by Buck Houghton ; created by Rod Serling ; produced by Cayuga Productions, Inc. ; in association with the CBS Television Network

Label
The twilight zone, Season 3
Title
The twilight zone
Title number
Season 3
Statement of responsibility
produced by Buck Houghton ; created by Rod Serling ; produced by Cayuga Productions, Inc. ; in association with the CBS Television Network
Creator
Contributor
Actor
Creator
Host
Producer
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The complete third season of Rod Serling's "The Twilight Zone, " featuring thirty-seven episodes aired in 1961-62
Related
Member of
Cataloging source
GAP
Characteristic
videorecording
Intended audience
Young Adult
Intended audience source
Follett Library Resources
Language note
Closed-captioned
PerformerNote
  • Host, Rod Serling
  • Elizabeth Montogomery (1), Charles Bronson (1), Harold J. Stone (2), Larry Gates (3), Joseph Bernard (3), Jack Albertson (3), James Gregory (4), Joanne Linville (4), Jack Klugman (5), Jonathan Winters (5), Peter Falk (6), Will Kuluva (6), Lee Marvin (7), John Larch (8), Cloris Leachman (8), Don Keefer (8), Billy Mumy (8), Joseph Schildkraut (9, 31), Oscar Beregi (9), Lois Nettleton (10), Betty Garde (10), Gary Merrill (11), John Dehner (12), Buster Keaton (13), Susan Harrison (14), Bill Windom (14), Dean Stockwell (15), Albert Salmi (15), Leonard Nimoy (15)
  • Gladys Cooper (16), Robert Redford (16), R.G. Armstrong (16), Joseph Wiseman (17), Warren Stevens (18), Arthur Hunnicutt (19), Jeanette Nolan (19), Larry Blyden (20), Ernest Truex (21), Russell Collins (21), Barry Morse (22), Joan Hackett (22), James Best (23), Sherry Jackson (23), Edgar Buchanan (23), Lloyd Bochner (24), Susan Cummings (24), Susan Gordon (25), J. Pat O'Malley (25), Sarah Marshall (26), Robert Sampson (26), Charles Aidman (26), Richard Long (27), Frank Silvera (27), Shirley Ballard (27), Joe Maros (28), Claude Akins (28), Theodore Bikel (29)
  • Andy Devine (30), Geoffrey Horne (32), Nico Minardos (32), Cliff Robertson (33), Frank Sutton (33), Phylis Thaxter (34), Alex Nicol (34), Josephine Hutchinson (35), David White (35), Jesse White (36), Carol Burnett (36), Donald Pleasence (37)
Runtime
960
Series statement
The twilight zone : the complete definitive collection
Target audience
adolescent
Technique
live action
Label
The twilight zone, Season 3, produced by Buck Houghton ; created by Rod Serling ; produced by Cayuga Productions, Inc. ; in association with the CBS Television Network
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title from container
  • Originally produced for television in 1961 and 1962 ; select episodes based on short stories
  • Part of the box set: The Twilight Zone, the complete definitive collection
  • Special features include isolated scores, radio dramas, commentaries, interviews, alternate ending, TV clips, promo, TV spots, billboards, photo gallery, and DVD-ROM feature with comic book
Carrier category
videodisc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Configuration of playback channels
monaural
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Elliot Silverstein
  • Game of pool
  • written by George Clayton Johnson ; directed by Buzz Kulik
  • Mirror
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Don Medford
  • Grave
  • directed by Montgomery Pittman ; written by Montgomery Pittman
  • It's a good life
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by James Sheldon
  • disc one.
  • Two
  • written and directed by Montgomery Pittman
  • Arrival
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Boris Sagal
  • Shelter
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed Lamont Johnson
  • Passerby
  • written by Charles Beaumont ; directed by William Claxton
  • Once upon a time
  • written by Richard Matheson ; directed by Norman Z. McLeod
  • Five characters in search of an exit
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by Lamont Johnson
  • Quality of mercy
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by Buzz Kulik
  • disc two.
  • Deaths-head revisited
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Don Medford
  • Midnight sun
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Anton Leader
  • Still valley
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by James Sheldon
  • Jungle
  • written by Earl Hamner ; directed by Harold Schuster
  • Showdown with Rance McGrew
  • written by Ron Serling ; directed by Christian Nyby
  • Kick the can
  • written by George Clayton Johnson ; directed by Lamont Johnson
  • Piano in the house
  • written by Earl Hamner ; directed by David Greene
  • Nothing in the dark
  • directed by Lamont Johnson ; written by George Clayton Johnson
  • disc three.
  • One more pallbearer
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Lamont Johnson
  • Dead man's shoes
  • written by Charles Beaumont ; directed by Montgomery Pittman
  • Hunt
  • written by Richard Matheson ; directed by Paul Stewart
  • Person or persons unknown
  • written by Charles Beaumont ; directed by John Brahm
  • Little people
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by Lamont Johnson
  • Four o'clock
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by Lamont Johnson
  • Last rites of Jeff Myrtlebank
  • written and directed by Montgomery Pittman
  • To serve man
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by Richard L. Bare
  • disc four.
  • Fugitive
  • written by Charles Beaumont ; directed by Richard L. Bare
  • Little girl lost
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by Abner Biberman
  • Young man's fancy
  • written by Richard Matheson ; directed by John Brahm
  • I sing the body electric
  • written by Ray Bradbury ; directed by James Sheldon and William Claxton
  • Cavender is coming
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Chris Nyby
  • Hocus-pocus and Frisby
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by Lamont Johnson
  • Trade-ins
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Elliot Silverstein
  • Gift
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Allen H. Miner
  • disc five.
  • Dummy
  • Changing of the guard
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Robert Ellis Miller
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Edition
Definitive ed.
Extent
5 videodiscs (ca. 16 hr.)
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Medium for sound
videodisc
Note
Previous call number: DVDC 5055
Other physical details
sd., b&w
Publisher number
ID2474CUDVD
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
Stock number
AV00050864
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn441901423
System details
  • DVD; NTSC; Dolby digital mono.; region 1; standard format
  • DVD-ROM system requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader; DVD-ROM drive
Video recording format
DVD
Label
The twilight zone, Season 3, produced by Buck Houghton ; created by Rod Serling ; produced by Cayuga Productions, Inc. ; in association with the CBS Television Network
Publication
Note
  • Title from container
  • Originally produced for television in 1961 and 1962 ; select episodes based on short stories
  • Part of the box set: The Twilight Zone, the complete definitive collection
  • Special features include isolated scores, radio dramas, commentaries, interviews, alternate ending, TV clips, promo, TV spots, billboards, photo gallery, and DVD-ROM feature with comic book
Carrier category
videodisc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Configuration of playback channels
monaural
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Elliot Silverstein
  • Game of pool
  • written by George Clayton Johnson ; directed by Buzz Kulik
  • Mirror
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Don Medford
  • Grave
  • directed by Montgomery Pittman ; written by Montgomery Pittman
  • It's a good life
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by James Sheldon
  • disc one.
  • Two
  • written and directed by Montgomery Pittman
  • Arrival
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Boris Sagal
  • Shelter
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed Lamont Johnson
  • Passerby
  • written by Charles Beaumont ; directed by William Claxton
  • Once upon a time
  • written by Richard Matheson ; directed by Norman Z. McLeod
  • Five characters in search of an exit
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by Lamont Johnson
  • Quality of mercy
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by Buzz Kulik
  • disc two.
  • Deaths-head revisited
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Don Medford
  • Midnight sun
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Anton Leader
  • Still valley
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by James Sheldon
  • Jungle
  • written by Earl Hamner ; directed by Harold Schuster
  • Showdown with Rance McGrew
  • written by Ron Serling ; directed by Christian Nyby
  • Kick the can
  • written by George Clayton Johnson ; directed by Lamont Johnson
  • Piano in the house
  • written by Earl Hamner ; directed by David Greene
  • Nothing in the dark
  • directed by Lamont Johnson ; written by George Clayton Johnson
  • disc three.
  • One more pallbearer
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Lamont Johnson
  • Dead man's shoes
  • written by Charles Beaumont ; directed by Montgomery Pittman
  • Hunt
  • written by Richard Matheson ; directed by Paul Stewart
  • Person or persons unknown
  • written by Charles Beaumont ; directed by John Brahm
  • Little people
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by Lamont Johnson
  • Four o'clock
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by Lamont Johnson
  • Last rites of Jeff Myrtlebank
  • written and directed by Montgomery Pittman
  • To serve man
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by Richard L. Bare
  • disc four.
  • Fugitive
  • written by Charles Beaumont ; directed by Richard L. Bare
  • Little girl lost
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by Abner Biberman
  • Young man's fancy
  • written by Richard Matheson ; directed by John Brahm
  • I sing the body electric
  • written by Ray Bradbury ; directed by James Sheldon and William Claxton
  • Cavender is coming
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Chris Nyby
  • Hocus-pocus and Frisby
  • teleplay by Rod Serling ; directed by Lamont Johnson
  • Trade-ins
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Elliot Silverstein
  • Gift
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Allen H. Miner
  • disc five.
  • Dummy
  • Changing of the guard
  • written by Rod Serling ; directed by Robert Ellis Miller
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
other
Edition
Definitive ed.
Extent
5 videodiscs (ca. 16 hr.)
Media category
video
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Medium for sound
videodisc
Note
Previous call number: DVDC 5055
Other physical details
sd., b&w
Publisher number
ID2474CUDVD
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
Stock number
AV00050864
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn441901423
System details
  • DVD; NTSC; Dolby digital mono.; region 1; standard format
  • DVD-ROM system requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader; DVD-ROM drive
Video recording format
DVD

Library Locations

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