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The Twilight Zone
  • Ep: 66
  • Two
  • Starring: Elizabeth Montgomery (Woman)
  • And: Charles Bronson (Man)
  • Written By: Montgomery Pittman
  • Directed By: Montgomery Pittman
  • Ep: 67
  • The Arrival
  • Starring: Harold J. Stone (Grant Sheckly)
  • With: Fredd Wayne (Paul Malloy), Noah Keen (Bengston), Robert Karnes (Robbins), Bing Russell (George Cousins), Jim Boles (Dispatcher)
  • Written By: Rod Serling
  • Directed By: Boris Sagal
  • Ep: 68
  • The Shelter
  • Co-Starring: Larry Gates (Dr. Stockton), Joseph Bernard (Marty Weiss), Jack Albertson (Jerry Harlowe)
  • With: Peggy Stewart (Grace Stockton), Sandy Kenyon (Frank Henderson), Michael Burns (Paul Stockton)
  • And: Jo Helton (Martha Harlowe), Moria Turner (Mrs. Weiss), Mary Gregory (Frank's Wife), John McLiam (Neighbor)
  • Written By: Rod Serling
  • Directed By: Lamont Johnson
  • Ep: 69
  • The Passersby
  • Starring: James Gregory (Sergeant)
  • And: Joanne Linville (Lavinia Godwin)
  • With: Rex Holman (Charlie Constable), David Garcia (Lieutenant), Warren Kemmerling (Jud Godwin), Austin Green (Abraham Lincoln)
  • Written By: Rod Serling
  • Directed By: Elliot Silverstein
  • Ep: 70
  • A Game of Pool
  • Starring: Jack Klugman (Jesse Cardiff)
  • And: Jonathan Winters (Fats Brown)
  • Written By: George Clayton Johnson
  • Directed By: Buzz Kulik
  • Ep: 71
  • The Mirror
  • Starring: Peter Falk (Ramos Clemente)
  • And: Will Kuluva (General DeCruz)
  • With: Antony Carbone (Cristo), Arthur Batanides (Tabal), Rodolfo Hoyos (Garcia), Vladimir Sokoloff (Priest), Richard Karlan (D'Allesandro)
  • Written By: Rod Serling
  • Directed By: Don Medford
  • Ep: 72
  • The Grave
  • Starring: Lee Marvin (Conny Miller)
  • With: James Best (Johnny Rob), Strother Martin (Mothershed), Elen Willard (Ione Sykes), Lee Van Cleef (Steinhart), William Challee (Jasen), Stafford Repp (Ira Broadly), Larry Johns (Townsman), Richard Geary (Pinto Sykes)
  • Written By: Montgomery Pittman
  • Directed By: Montgomery Pittman
  • Ep: 73
  • It's a Good Life
  • Co-Starring: John Larch (Mr. Fremont), Cloris Leachman (Agnes Fremont), Don Keefer (Dan Hollis)
  • With: Billy Mumy (Anthony Fremont), Alice Frost (Aunt Amy), Casey Adams (Pat Riley), Jeanne Bates (Ethel Hollis), Lenore Kingston (Thelma Dunn), Tom Hatcher (Bill Soames)
  • Teleplay By: Rod Serling
  • Based on a Short Story By: Jerome Bixby
  • Directed By: James Sheldon
  • Ep: 74
  • Deaths-Head Revisited
  • Starring: Joseph Schildkraut (Becker)
  • Also Starring: Oscar Beregi (Captain Lutze)
  • With: Karen Verne (Innkeeper), Robert Boon (Taxi Driver), Ben Wright (Doctor)
  • Written By: Rod Serling
  • Directed By: Don Medford
  • Ep: 75
  • The Midnight Sun
  • Starring: Lois Nettleton (Norma)
  • And: Betty Garde (Mrs. Bronson)
  • With: Tom Reese (Intruder), Jason Wingreen (Mr. Schuster), June Ellis (Mrs. Schuster), William Keene (Doctor)
  • Written By: Rod Serling
  • Directed By: Anton Leader
  • Ep: 76
  • Still Valley
  • Starring: Gary Merrill (Paradine)
  • With: Vaughn Taylor (Old Man), Mark Tapscott (The Lieutenant), Jack Mann (Mallory)
  • And: Ben Cooper (Dauger)
  • Teleplay By: Rod Serling
  • Based on a Short Story By: Manley Wade Wellman
  • Directed By: James Sheldon
  • Ep: 77
  • The Jungle
  • Starring: John Dehner (Alan Richards)
  • With: Walter Brooke (Chad), Jay Adler (Bum), Emily McLaughlin (Doris Richards), Hugh Sanders (Mr. Templeton), Howard Wright (Mr. Hardy), Donald Foster (Mr. Sinclair), Jay Overholts (Taxi Driver)
  • Written By: Charles Beaumont
  • Directed By: William Claxton
  • Ep: 78
  • Once Upon a Time
  • Starring: Buster Keaton (Woodrow Mulligan)
  • With: Stanley Adams (Rollo), James Flavin (First 1962 Policeman), Gil Lamb (Officer Flannagan)
  • And: Jesse White (Repair Man)
  • Written By: Richard Matheson
  • Directed By: Norman Z. McLeod
  • Ep: 79
  • Five Characters in Search of an Exit
  • Co-Starring: Susan Harrison (Ballerina), Bill Windom (Major)
  • And: Murray Matheson (Clown)
  • With: Kelton Garwood (Hobo), Clark Allen (Bagpiper), Carol Hill (Donation Lady), Mona Houghton (Young Girl)
  • Teleplay By: Rod Serling
  • Based on a Short Story By: Marvin Petal
  • Directed By: Lamont Johnson
  • Ep: 80
  • A Quality of Mercy
  • Starring: Dean Stockwell (Lieutenant Katell / Lieutenant Yamuri)
  • And: Albert Salmi (Sergeant Causarano)
  • With: Rayford Barnes (Andrew J. Watkins), Ralph Votrian (Hanacheck), Leonard Nimoy (Hansen), Dale Ishimoto (Sergeant Yamazaki), J.H. Fujikawa (Japanese Captain)
  • Teleplay By: Rod Serling
  • Based on an Idea By: Sam Rolfe
  • Directed By: Buzz Kulik
  • Ep: 81
  • Nothing in the Dark
  • Co-Starring: Gladys Cooper (Wanda Dunn), Robert Redford (Harold Beldon), R.G. Armstrong (Contractor)
  • Written By: George Clayton Johnson
  • Directed By: Lamont Johnson
  • Ep: 82
  • One More Pallbearer
  • Starring: Joseph Wiseman (Paul Radin)
  • With: Katherine Squire (Mrs. Langsford), Trevor Bardette (Colonel Hawthorne), Gage Clarke (Mr. Hughes)
  • Written By: Rod Serling
  • Directed By: Lamont Johnson
  • Ep: 83
  • Dead Man's Shoes
  • Starring: Warren Stevens (Nate Bledsoe / Dane)
  • Starring: Richard Devon (Bernie Dagget), Joan Marshall (Wilma), Ben Wright (Chips), Harry Swoger (Sam), Ron Hagerthy (Ben), Florence Marley (Dagget's Woman), Joe Mell (Jimmy)
  • Written By: Charles Beaumont
  • Directed By: Montgomery Pittman
  • Ep: 84
  • The Hunt
  • Starring: Arthur Hunnicutt (Hyder Simpson)
  • And: Jeanette Nolan (Rachel Simpson)
  • With: Robert Faulk (Gatekeeper), Dexter Dupont (Messenger), Orville Sherman (Tillman Miller), Charles Seel (Reverend Wood), Titus Moede (Wesley Miller)
  • Written By: Earl Hamner
  • Directed By: Harold Schuster
  • Ep: 85
  • Showdown With Rance McGrew
  • Starring: Larry Blyden (Rance McGrew)
  • With: Arch Johnson (Jesse James), Robert Cornthwaite (Director), Robert J. Stevenson (Bartender), William McLean (Property Man), Troy Melton (Cowboy #1), Jay Overholts (Cowboy #2), Hal K. Dawson (Old Man), Robert Kline (TV Jesse James), Jim Turley (Rance's Stuntman)
  • Written By: Rod Serling
  • Based on an Idea By: Frederic L. Fox
  • Directed By: Christian Nyby
  • Ep: 86
  • Kick the Can
  • Co-Starring: Ernest Truex (Charles Whitley)
  • And: Russell Collins (Ben Conroy)
  • With: John Marley (Mr. Cox), Hank Patterson (Second Old Man), Earle Hodgins (First Old Man), Marjorie Bennett (First Old Lady), Lenore Shanewise (Second Old Lady), Anne O'Neal (Third Old Lady), Burt Mustin (Third Old Man)
  • Written By: George Clayton Johnson
  • Directed By: Lamont Johnson
  • Ep: 87
  • A Piano in the House
  • Starring: Barry Morse (Fitzgerald Fortune), Joan Hackett (Esther Fortune)
  • With: Don Durant (Greg), Muriel Landers (Marge Moore), Philip Coolidge (Shopkeeper), Cyril Delevanti (Marvin)
  • Written By: Earl Hamner
  • Directed By: David Greene
  • Ep: 88
  • The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank
  • Starring: James Best (Jeff Myrtlebank), Sherry Jackson (Comfort Gatewood)
  • And: Edgar Buchanan (Doc Bolton)
  • With: Lance Fuller (Orgram Gatewood), Dub Taylor (Mr. Peters), Ralph Moody (Pa Myrtlebank), Jon Lormer (Mr. Strauss), Ezelle Poule (Ma Myrtlebank)
  • And: Jim Houghton (Jerry), Helen Wallace (Ma Gatewood), William Fawcett (Reverend Siddons), Mabel Forrest (Mrs. Ferguson), Vickie Barnes (Liz Myrtlebank), Pat Hector (Tom)
  • Written By: Montgomery Pittman
  • Directed By: Montgomery Pittman
  • Ep: 89
  • To Serve Man
  • Starring: Lloyd Bochner (Michael Chambers), Susan Cummings (Patty)
  • With: Richard Kiel (The Kanamits), Hardie Albright (Secretary General), Theodore Marcuse (Mr. Gregori), Bartlett Robinson (Colonel #1)
  • And: Carlton Young (Colonel #2), Nelson Olmsted (Scientist), Robert Tafur (Senor Valdes), Lomax Study (Dr. Dennis Leveque), J.H. Fujikawa (Japanese Delegate)
  • Teleplay By: Rod Serling
  • Based on a Story By: Damon Knight
  • Directed By: Richard L. Bare
  • Ep: 90
  • The Fugitive
  • Starring: Susan Gordon (Jenny), J. Pat O'Malley (Old Ben)
  • With: Nancy Kulp (Mrs. Gann), Wesley Lau (Pursuer #1), Paul Tripp (Pursuer #2), Russ Bender (Doctor), Stephen Talbot (Howie), Johnny Eiman (Pitcher)
  • Written By: Charles Beaumont
  • Directed By: Richard L. Bare
  • Ep: 91
  • Little Girl Lost
  • Starring: Sarah Marshall (Ruth Miller), Robert Sampson (Chris Miller), Charles Aidman (Bill)
  • Written By: Richard Matheson
  • Directed By: Paul Stewart
  • Ep: 92
  • Person or Persons Unknown
  • Starring: Richard Long (David Andrew Gurney), Frank Silvera (Dr. Koslenko), Shirley Ballard (Wilma Gurney #1)
  • With: Julie Van Zandt (Wilma Gurney #2), Betty Harford (Photograph Clerk), Ed Glover (Sam Baker), Michael Keep (Policeman), Joe Higgins (Jim), John Newton (Mr. Cooper)
  • Written By: Charles Beaumont
  • Directed By: John Brahm
  • Ep: 93
  • The Little People
  • Starring: Joe Maross (Peter Craig), Claude Akins (William Fletcher)
  • With: Michael Ford (Spaceman #1), Robert Eaton (Spaceman #2)
  • Written By: Rod Serling
  • Directed By: William Claxton
  • Ep: 94
  • Four O'Clock
  • Starring: Theodore Bikel (Oliver Crangle)
  • With: Phyllis Love (Mrs. Lucas), Linden Chiles (Hall), Moyna MacGill (Mrs. Williams)
  • Teleplay By: Rod Serling
  • Based on a Short Story By: Price Day
  • Directed By: Lamont Johnson
  • Ep: 95
  • Hocus-Pocus and Frisby
  • Starring: Andy Devine (Somerset Frisby)
  • Also Starring: Milton Selzer (Alien #1), Howard McNear (Mitchell), Dabbs Greer (Scanlan), Clem Bevans (Pete)
  • Teleplay By: Rod Serling
  • Based on a Story By: Frederic Louis Fox
  • Directed By: Lamont Johnson
  • Ep: 96
  • The Trade-Ins
  • Starring: Joseph Schildkraut (John Holt)
  • With: Noah Keen (Mr. Vance), Alma Platt (Marie Holt), Ted Marcuse (Farraday), Edson Stroll (Young John Holt), Terence deMarney (Gambler #1), Billy Vincent (Gambler #2), Mary McMahon (Receptionist), David Armstrong (Attendant)
  • Written By: Rod Serling
  • Directed By: Elliot Silverstein
  • Ep: 97
  • The Gift
  • Starring: Geoffrey Horne (Williams), Nico Minardos (Doctor)
  • With: Cliff Osmond (Manolo), Edmund Vargas (Pedro), Vladimir Sokoloff (Guitarist), Paul Mazursky (Officer), Henry Corden (Sanchez), Vito Scotti (Rudolpho)
  • Written By: Rod Serling
  • Directed By: Allen H. Miner
  • Ep: 98
  • The Dummy
  • Starring: Cliff Robertson (Jerry Etherson), Frank Sutton (Frank)
  • With: George Murdock (Willy), John Harmon (Georgie), Sandra Warner (Noreen), Ralph Manza (Ralph)
  • Teleplay By: Rod Serling
  • Based on a Story By: Lee Polk
  • Directed By: Abner Biberman
  • Ep: 99
  • Young Man's Fancy
  • Starring: Phyllis Thaxter (Virginia Lane)
  • And: Alex Nicol (Alex Walker)
  • With: Wallace Rooney (Mr. Wilkinson), Helen Brown (Mother), Rickey Kelman (Alex at Age 10)
  • Written By: Richard Matheson
  • Directed By: John Brahm
  • Ep: 100
  • I Sing the Body Electric
  • Starring: Josephine Hutchinson (Grandma), David White (Father)
  • With: Vaughn Taylor (Salesman), Doris Packer (Nedra)
  • And: Charles Herbert (Tom Rogers at age 12), Veronica Cartwright (Anne Rogers at age 11), Dana Dillaway (Karen Rogers at age 10), Susan Crane (Anne Rogers at age 19), Paul Nesbitt (Tom Rogers at age 20), Judee Morton (Karen Rogers at Age 18)
  • Written By: Ray Bradbury
  • Directed By: James Sheldon & William Claxton
  • Ep: 101
  • Cavender is Coming
  • Starring: Jesse White (Cavender)
  • Special Guest Star: Carol Burnett (Agnes Grep)
  • With: Howard Smith (Polk), Frank Behrens (Stout), Sandra Gould (Woman #1), Albert Carrier (Frenchman), Barbara Morrison (Matronly Woman), Donna Douglas (Woman #3), Danny Kulick (Child), Jack Younger (Truck Driver)
  • And: John Fiedler (Field Rep #3)
  • Written By: Rod Serling
  • Directed By: Chris Nyby
  • Ep: 102
  • The Changing of the Guard
  • Starring: Donald Pleasence (Professor Ellis Fowler)
  • With: Liam Sullivan (Headmaster), Philippa Bevans (Mrs. Landers), Tom Lowell (Artie Beechcroft), Russell Horton (Boy #4), Buddy Hart (Boy #5), Robert Biheller (Graham), Kevin O'Neal (Butler), Jimmy Baird (Boy #1), Kevin Jones (Boy #2), Darryl Richard (Boy #6), James Browning (Boy #7), Pat Close (Boy #8), Dennis Kerlee (Boy #9)
  • Written By: Rod Serling
  • Directed By: Robert Ellis Miller


Season Three
Rod Serling ...................... Host / Narrator