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|04-04-2010, 07:03 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 20, 2007
Best and Worst episodes of the hourlong "The Twilight Zone"-
"Miniature"(w/Robert Duvall as Charley Parks),"The Parallel(w/Steve Forrest as Maj./Col.Robert Gaines),"Of Late I Think of Cliffordville","The Bard"(w/the late Jack Weston as Julius Moomer,a very funny episode with a very young Burt Reynolds),"Printer's Devil"(w/the late Burgess Meredith delightfully mischievious as Mr.Smith aka the Devil,in a role similar to his role as The Penguin on the "Batman"series.),and "On Thursday,We Leave For Home"are the best houlong episodes.All the rest,"In His Image","Death Ship","He's Alive","The Thirty- Fathom Grave","The New Exhibit","The Incredible World of Horace Ford","Jess-Belle",and "Passage on the Lady Anne"were either fair-to good or fair,and the worst was the very boring "Mute".What are your favorite and worst episodes of the hourlong "The Twilight Zone"?
|04-04-2010, 08:44 PM||#2|
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Join Date: Jul 13, 2003
Location: AT HOME WISHING ALL THIS WAS JUST A DREAM AND THAT I'LL WAKE UP FROM THIS NIGHTMARE.
I'll agree with you on "Miniature" and "The Parallel." "Of Late I Think of Cliffordville" and "The Bard" are total snoozefests. "Printer's Devil" is ok but not among the best. And "Mute" is the worst of the hourlongs. My personal favorite is "In His Image" George Grizzard and Gail Kobe both gave outstanding performances. My order of preference is:
#17. "I Dream of Genie"
#16. "The Bard"
#15. "Of Late I Think of Cliffordville"
#14. "He's Alive"
#13. "Passage on the Lady Anne"
#12. "Printer's Devil"
#10. "No Time Like the Past"
#9. "Valley of the Shadow"
#7. "Death Ship"
#6. "The New Exhibit"
#5. "The Thirty-Fathom Grave"
#4. "On Thursday We Leave for Home"
#3. "The Incredible World of Horace Ford"
#2. "The Parallel"
#1. "In His Image"
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