The Twilight Zone

The Twilight Zone

Season 4

DVD - 2005
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The fourth season of this classic groundbreaking series saw the beginning of one-hour episodes. This allowed for more elaborate and detailed stories which plunged viewers even further into the twilight zone.
Publisher: Chatsworth, CA : CBS DVD : Distributed exclusively by Image Entertainment, [2005]
Edition: Definitive edition
Branch Call Number: DVD TWILIGH Season 4
Characteristics: 6 videodiscs (approximately 1080 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in
Language Note: Closed-captioned
Additional Contributors: Zaremba, John
Cornthwaite, Robert 1917-2006
Atterbury, Malcolm 1907-1992
Breslin, Pat
Andrews, Dana 1909-1992
Thompson, Charles
Teal, Ray 1902-1976
Meredith, Burgess 1907-1997
Crowley, Pat 1933-
Sterling, Robert 1917-2006
Stratton, Chester 1913-1970
Phillips, Barney 1913-1982
Windom, William 1923-2012
Barrie, Barbara
Kelton, Pert
Duvall, Robert
Lormer, Jon
Kleeb, Helen 1907-2003
Mitchell, George 1905-1972
Gregg, Virginia
Nolan, Jeanette 1911-1998
Best, James 1926-2015
Francis, Anne 1930-2011
Elliott, Ross
Beir, Fred
Martin, Ross 1920-1981
Klugman, Jack
Beregi, Oscar 1918-1976
Helton, Percy 1894-1971
Dailey, Irene
Overton, Frank 1918-1967
Baxley, Barbara
Conway, Curt 1915-1974
Donath, Ludwig 1900-1967
Hopper, Dennis 1936-2010
Kenyon, Sandy
Cupito, Suzanne
Doohan, James
Greer, Dabbs 1917-2007
Aubuchon, Jacques 1924-1991
Trundy, Natalie 1942-
Nelson, Ed 1928-2014
Opatoshu, David 1918-1996
Bixby, Bill 1934-1993
Considine, John 1935-
Oakland, Simon
Kellin, Mike 1922-1983
Seay, James 1914-1992
Petrie, George O. 1912-1997
Squire, Katherine 1903-1995
Kobe, Gail
Grizzard, George
Serling, Rod 1924-1975
Ratzenberger, John
Starr, Mike 1950-
Wynant, H. M.
Phillips, Lou Diamond 1962-
Alexander, Jason 1959-
Underwood, Blair
Kulik, Buzz
Hamner, Earl Jr
Hirschman, Herbert
Zicree, Marc Scott
Garriguenc, Rene
Van Cleave, Nathan 1910-1970
Steiner, Fred 1923-2011
Pittack, Robert
Clemens, George
Reynolds, Burt
Williams, John 1903-1983
Merande, Doro -1975
McGiver, John 1913-1975
Weston, Jack 1924-1996
Keefer, Don 1916-2014
Van Patten, Joyce 1934-
Philips, Lee 1927-1999
Kellaway, Cecil 1891-1973
Hyde-White, Wilfrid
Cooper, Gladys 1888-1971
Bender, Russ
Shirley, Mercedes
Langton, Paul 1913-1980
Broderick, James
O'Connor, Tim 1927-
Whitmore, James 1921-2009
Davis, Jerry 1917-1991
Taylor, Vaughn 1910-1983
White, Ruth 1914-1969
Martin, Nan
Hingle, Pat
Newmar, Julie 1933-
Sanders, Hugh
Harmon, John
King, Wright
Anderson, John 1922-1992
Salmi, Albert
Hillaire, Marcel 1908-1988
Bremen, Lennie
Balsam, Martin 1919-1996
Albertson, Jack 1910-1981
Hastings, Bob 1925-2014
Millhollin, James 1915-1993
Jameson, Joyce 1932-1987
Smith, Loring 1890-1981
Barry, Patricia 1922-2016
Morris, Howard 1919-2005
Abbott, Philip 1924-1998
Aletter, Frank 1926-
Scott, Jacqueline
Forrest, Steve 1925-2013
Simon, Robert (Robert F.)
Bennett, Marjorie 1894-1982
Workman, Lindsay
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laustcawz Oct 25, 2012

rufus_red4--

I agree that most of the hour episodes are a bit tedious.

Some notable exceptions:

"Death Ship", "Jess-Belle", "Miniature" (the only episode to ever use colorization, but only for the scenes inside the dollhouse), "On Thursday, We Leave For Home" & probably a couple of others (it's been a while since I've watched).

Only the fourth season featured hour episodes; the show thankfully went back to the half-hour format the final season.
It's also notable that there were only 18 of the hour episodes (about 1/2 the normal number), which makes sense since it would've been like doing the normal number, squeezed into half the stories. I recommend Marc Scott Zicree's "The Twilight Zone Companion" for all the behind-the-scenes stuff.

rufus_red4 Mar 02, 2012

I'm more interested in the backstory of why and when did they convert to an hour format? I'm a huge Twilight Zone fan, but unfortunately, these episodes are more like sitting in on an acting class, and some of the actors could use some more training. All brooding and shouting, useless emotion for nothing. The stories have no mystery, eeriness or atmosphere. I "skimmed" the first 2 discs and I believe I'm not going to watch the others, very disappointing for a show I hold in high regard. Stick to the other TZ dvd's that you can check out from NYPL.

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