The Twilight Zone

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The Twilight Zone (1985) is the first of three revivals of Rod Serling's acclaimed 1959–64 television series of the same name. It ran for two seasons on CBS before producing a final season for syndication.

The Twilight Zone (1985) is the first of three revivals of Rod Serling's acclaimed 1959–64 television series of the same name. It ran for two seasons on CBS before producing a final season for syndication.

Original Release

09/27/1985 on CBS

US Release

09/27/1985

Cast

Charles Aidman Narrator (voice)
Robin Ward Narrator / Narrator (voice)
Charles Aidman Narrator
Robin Ward Narrator
Robert Costanzo Joe Rubello (segment "Healer")
Anthony Palmer McGinty (segment "The Little People of Killany Woods")
Guy Sanvido Owner
Richard Partlow Sergeant (segment "A Day in Beaumont")
Gwynyth Walsh Elaine
Maury Chaykin James L. 'Fats' Brown
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 The Curious Case of Edgar Witherspoon Saturday, 24 September 1988
2 Extra Innings Saturday, 01 October 1988
3 The Crossing Saturday, 08 October 1988
4 The Hunters Saturday, 15 October 1988
5 Dream Me a Life Saturday, 22 October 1988
6 Memories Saturday, 29 October 1988
7 The Hellgramite Method Saturday, 05 November 1988
8 Our Selena Is Dying Saturday, 12 November 1988
9 The Call Saturday, 19 November 1988
10 The Trance Saturday, 26 November 1988
11 Acts of Terror Saturday, 03 December 1988
12 20/20 Vision Saturday, 10 December 1988
13 There Was an Old Woman Saturday, 17 December 1988
14 The Trunk Saturday, 24 December 1988
15 Appointment on Route 17 Saturday, 31 December 1988
16 The Cold Equations Saturday, 07 January 1989
17 Stranger in Possum Meadows Saturday, 14 January 1989
18 Street of Shadows Saturday, 21 January 1989
19 Something in the Walls Saturday, 28 January 1989
20 A Game of Pool Saturday, 04 February 1989
21 Room 2426 Saturday, 11 February 1989
22 The Mind of Simon Foster Saturday, 18 February 1989
23 The Wall Saturday, 25 February 1989
24 Cat and Mouse Saturday, 04 March 1989
25 Rendezvous in a Dark Place Saturday, 11 March 1989
26 Many, Many Monkeys Saturday, 18 March 1989
27 Love Is Blind Saturday, 25 March 1989
28 Crazy as a Soup Sandwich Saturday, 01 April 1989
29 Special Service Saturday, 08 April 1989
30 Father & Son Game Saturday, 15 April 1989
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Directors

Peter Medak, Paul Lynch, Wes Craven, John D. Hancock, Martha Coolidge, Gus Trikonis, Ryszard Bugajski, Randy Bradshaw, Bradford May, Noel Black, Jeannot Szwarc, Gerd Oswald, Tommy Lee Wallace, Gilbert M. Shilton, Bill Norton, René Bonnière, Robert Downey Sr., Thomas J. Wright, Allan Arkush, Claudia Weill, Philip DeGuere Jr., J.D. Feigelson, Curtis Harrington, Don Carlos Dunaway, Douglas Jackson, John Milius, Bill Duke, Shelley Levinson, Sheldon Larry, Bruce Bilson, Paul Tucker, Kenneth Gilbert, Joe Dante, Robert Downey Jr., Brad Turner, J. Michael Straczynski, Gilbert Cates, William Friedkin, Sigmund Neufeld Jr., Steve DiMarco, David Steinberg, Atom Egoyan, Ben Bolt, Rick Friedberg, Allan Kroeker, Alan Smithee, Eric Till, Martin Lavut, Jim McBride, Allan King, Theodore J. Flicker, Bruce Malmuth, Bruce Pittman, Otta Hanus, Ralph L. Thomas, Jim Purdy, Gil Bettman, Sturla Gunnarsson

Writers

Rockne S. O'Bannon, Alan Brennert, J. Michael Straczynski, James Crocker, George R.R. Martin, Harlan Ellison, Paul Chitlik, Martin Pasko, Jeremy Bertrand Finch, Michael Cassutt, Rod Serling, Gerrit Graham, Haskell Barkin, Chris Hubbell, David Gerrold, Charles Beaumont, Ray Bradbury, Steven Barnes, Philip DeGuere Jr., Rebecca Parr Cioffi, Donald Todd, Anne Collins, Theodore Sturgeon, Michael Reaves, Richard Matheson, Cal Willingham, J.D. Feigelson, Stephen King, Robert Crais, Lynn Barker, William Froug, Anthony Lawrence, Patrice Messina, Greg Bear, Virginia Aldridge, Nancy Lawrence, Les Enloe, Christy Marx, J. Neil Schulman, Will Bermender, Bob Underwood, Arthur C. Clarke, Sidney Sheldon, Terry Matz, Henry Slesar, Carter Scholz, Parke Godwin, Tom Palmer, Ron Cobb, Steven Bochco, Ralph Phillips, Ed Redlich, Gordon Mitchell, Mary Sheldon, Jeff Stuart, J.M. Dematteis, Tom J. Astle, Joe Gannon, Robert Silverberg, Roger Zelazny, William Selby, David Carren, Lan O'Kun, Robert R. McCammon, George Clayton Johnson, Phyllis Eisenstein, Bryce Maritano, Tom Godwin, Chip Duncan, Robert Walden, William F. Wu, Charles E. Fritch, Richard Krzemien, Arthur Gray, Robin Love, Tommy Lee Wallace, Robert Hunter, William M. Lee, Joe Haldeman

Creators

Rod Serling

Cast

Charles Aidman Narrator (voice)
Robin Ward Narrator / Narrator (voice)
Charles Aidman Narrator
Robin Ward Narrator
Robert Costanzo Joe Rubello (segment "Healer")
Anthony Palmer McGinty (segment "The Little People of Killany Woods")
Guy Sanvido Owner
Richard Partlow Sergeant (segment "A Day in Beaumont")
Gwynyth Walsh Elaine
Maury Chaykin James L. 'Fats' Brown
Donna Lynn Leavy Woman #2 (segment "Dead Run")
Barbara Lindsay Mrs. Wood (segment "A Message from Charity")
William Schallert Father Grant (segment "Shadow Play")
James Whitmore Jr. Sheriff Dennis Wells (segment "Nightcrawlers")
Sandy Lipton Woman (segment "Grace Note")
Kathleen Lloyd Mrs. Michaels (segment "Monsters!")
Gina Gershon Laura (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")
Michael Nissman Ned (segment "Opening Day")
David Ward Frozen KGB Officer
Kevin Thompson Creature (segment "Personal Demons")

Producers

Philip DeGuere Jr. Executive Producer
Mark Shelmerdine Executive Producer
Michael MacMillan Executive Producer
Paul L. Tucker Executive Producer
David P. Berman Executive Producer
Seaton McLean Producer
David Moe Producer
Harvey Frand Producer
Ken Swor Producer
James Crocker Producer
Nancy Lawrence Producer
Anthony Lawrence Producer
Mark Michaels Producer
James Heinz Producer
Howard Brock Producer
Hali Paul Producer

Editors

Greg Wong, Tom Pryor, Noel Rogers, Ralph Brunjes, Sally Paterson, Robin Russell, Gary Blair, Marcy Levitas Hamilton, Susan B. Browdy, Michael McCroskey, Jere Huggins

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