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Classic Television Thursday #002 - Twilight Zone: The Obsolete Man (1961)

I could easily do an entire series of entries that solely focused on the screenplays written by Rod Serling. Mr. Serling has long been considered one of the greatest-ever writers for television, and it is easy to see why. 622 more words

Movies

Marathon of the Planet of the Apes: Planet of the Apes (1968)

I recently picked up the 5 movie set of all the classic Planet of the Apes movies. I had seen the first one before, probably like ten years or so ago, and I’m a big fan of the two recent prequel(?) films. 1,548 more words

Movie

The Twilight Zone: The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine

Rod Serling’s Introduction: “Picture of a woman looking at a picture. Movie great of another time, once-brilliant star in a firmament no longer a part of the sky, eclipsed by the movement of earth and time.

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Spielberg Blogathon: Amazing Stories - "The Mission"

Amazing Stories
Episode Title: The Mission
Episode #: 5
Season: 1
Format: Anthology
Original Airdate: November 3, 1985
Story by: Steven Spielberg
Written by: Menno Meyjay… 1,347 more words

TV

Spielberg Blogathon: Night Gallery - "Eyes"

Night Gallery
Episode Title: Eyes
Episode #: Pilot
Season: Pilot
Format: Anthology
Original Airdate: November 8, 1969
Written by: Rod Serling
Directed by: Steven Spielberg… 1,023 more words

TV

Rod Serling Contribution to Science Fiction Genre

So as I watch the twilight zone series it got me to thinking. Who or what was the creative mind behind this series. Some shows or videos or only on television and good because an extensive amount of marketing has been put behind it and so people like. 102 more words

Creative Arts

The Twilight Zone: Mr. Denton on Doomsday

Rod Serling’s Introduction: “Portrait of a town drunk named Al Denton. This is a man who’s begun his dying early – a long, agonizing route through a maze of bottles.

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