This is a Beta videotape of The Twilight Zone. This 1959-1964 TV series was created by Rod Serling. The videotape includes four episodes. The Silence (aired 4/28/1961) was written by Rod Serling, directed by Boris Sagal, and starred Franchot Tone, Liam Sullivan, and Jonathan Harris. Kick the Can (aired 2/9/1962) was written by George Clayton Johnson, directed by Lamont Johnson, and starred Ernest Truex, Russell Collins, and John Marley. A World of Difference (aired 3/11/1960) was written by Richard Matheson, directed by Ted Post, and starred Howard Duff, Frank Maxwell, William Idelson, and Eileen Ryan. And When The Sky Was Opened (aired 12/11/1959) was written by Rod Serling and Richard Matheson, directed by Douglas Heyes, and starred Rod Taylor, Charles Aidman, and James Hutton. Approximately 108 minutes.
Condition: Excellent. This is a Beta format videotape and cannot be played on the common VHS machine. Ensure you have access to a Beta format video player before ordering. The "moviecollectiblesonline.com" digital watermark only appears on the scanned picture, not on the actual item(s).
Item Category: Beta Videos
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High Commissioner - Rod Taylor, Christopher Plummer, Camilla Sparv
Twilight Zone - Stop at Willoughby, Last Flight, Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank
Twilight Zone - Little Girl Lost, Game of Pool, It's a Good Life
Twilight Zone - Obsolete Man, Long Distance Call, What You Need
Twilight Zone - I Dream of Genie, 90 Years Without Slumbering, Ring-A-Ding Girl