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Score
6.0
7 votes

66 - Two

Original title : Two
First Aired : 15.09.1961 (USA)
Director : Montgomery Pittman
Writing credits : Montgomery Pittman
Cast : Charles Bronson (Man), Sharon Lucas (Stunt Double)

The Story : A man and a woman, on opposite sides of a future war, encounter each other in a deserted town.

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Score
7.4
5 votes

67 - The Arrival

Original title : The Arrival
First Aired : 22.09.1961 (USA)
Director : Boris Sagal
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Harold J. Stone (Grant Sheckly), Fredd Wayne (Paul Malloy), Noah Keen (Bengston), Robert Karnes (Mr. Robbins), Bing Russell (George Cousins), Jim Boles (Dispatcher), Robert Brubaker (Tower Operator)

The Story : A plane lands safely, but all its passengers, pilot and crew are missing!

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Score
9.0
3 votes

68 - The Shelter

Original title : The Shelter
First Aired : 29.09.1961 (USA)
Director : Lamont Johnson
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Larry Gates (Dr. William Stockton), Joseph Bernard (Marty Weiss), Jack Albertson (Jerry Harlowe), Peggy Stewart (Grace Stockton), Sandy Kenyon (Frank Henderson), Michael Burns (Paul Stockton), Jo Helton (Martha Harlowe), Moria Turner (Mrs. Weiss), Mary Gregory (Frank's Wife), John McLiam (Neighbor), Scotty Morrow (Boy)

The Story : When a nuclear attack appears imminent, several suburban friends and neighbors fight over control of a single bomb shelter.

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Score
7.3
3 votes

69 - The Passersby

Original title : The Passersby
First Aired : 06.10.1961 (USA)
Director : Elliot Silverstein
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : James Gregory (The Sergeant), Joanne Linville (Lavinia Godwin), Rex Holman (Charlie), David Garcia (Lieutenant), Warren Kemmerling (Jud Godwin), Austin Green (Abraham Lincoln)

The Story : On the road home from the Civil War, a Confederate soldier stops at a burned-out house and gets to know the owner, a recent widow.

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Score
6.0
3 votes

70 - A Game of Pool

Original title : A Game of Pool
First Aired : 13.10.1961 (USA)
Director : Buzz Kulik
Writing credits : George Clayton Johnson
Cast : Jack Klugman (Jesse Cardiff), Jonathan Winters (James Howard "Fats" Brown)

The Story : Championship pool player Fats Brown returns from the grave for one last game.

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Score
6.0
2 votes

71 - The Mirror

Original title : The Mirror
First Aired : 20.10.1961 (USA)
Director : Don Medford
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Peter Falk (Ramos Clemente), Will Kuluva (General DeCruz), Antony Carbone (Cristo), Arthur Batanides (Tabal), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Garcia), Vladimir Sokoloff (Priest), Richard Karlan (D'Allesandro), Robert L. McCord (Offstage Voice), Dave Armstrong (Stunt Double), Val Ruffino (Guard), Jim Turley (Offstage Voice)

The Story : After a poor but ambitious Central American farm worker overthrows his country's tyrannical leader, he believes he sees assassins everywhere. A look in the mirror reveals his most dangerous enemy.

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Score
7.0
2 votes

72 - The Grave

Original title : The Grave
First Aired : 27.10.1961 (USA)
Director : Montgomery Pittman
Writing credits : Montgomery Pittman
Cast : James Best (Johnny Rob), Lee Marvin (Conny Miller), 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)

The Story : Before he died, notorious gunslinger Pinto Sykes put a curse on hired-gun Conny Miller. Miller returns to town and is challenged to visit the grave of Sykes, despite the curse.

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Score
8.7
3 votes

73 - It's a Good Life

Original title : It's a Good Life
First Aired : 03.11.1961 (USA)
Director : James Sheldon
Writing credits : Jerome Bixby, Rod Serling
Cast : John Larch (Mr. Fremont), Cloris Leachman (Mrs. Fremont), Don Keefer (Dan Hollis), Bill Mumy (Anthony Fremont), Alice Frost (Aunt Amy), Max Showalter (Pat Riley), Jeanne Bates (Ethel Hollis), Lenore Kingston (Old Woman), Tom Hatcher (Bill Soames)

The Story : Little Anthony Fremont controls an entire town with his ability to read minds and make people do as he wishes. Which is a real good thing.

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Score
7.0
2 votes

74 - Deaths-Head Revisited

Original title : Deaths-Head Revisited
First Aired : 10.11.1961 (USA)
Director : Don Medford
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Joseph Schildkraut (Becker), Oscar Beregi (Captain Lutze), Karen Verne (Innkeaper), Robert Boon (Taxi Driver), Ben Wright (Doctor), Chuck Fox (Dachau Victim)

The Story : A former Nazi SS Captain returns to the ruins of a concentration camp to reminisce, and is met by one of his victims.

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Score
9.5
2 votes

75 - The Midnight Sun

Original title : The Midnight Sun
First Aired : 17.11.1961 (USA)
Director : Anton M. Leader
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Lois Nettleton (Norma), Betty Garde (Mrs. Bronson), Tom Reese (Intruder), Jason Wingreen (Mr. Shuster), June Ellis (Mrs. Shuster), William Keene (Doctor), Robert J. Stevenson (Radio Announcer)

The Story : The Earth's orbit has been changed, drawing ever closer to the sun and promising imminent destruction.

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Score
5.0
2 votes

76 - Still Valley

Original title : Still Valley
First Aired : 24.11.1961 (USA)
Director : James Sheldon
Writing credits : Rod Serling, Manly Wade Wellman
Cast : Gary Merrill (Sergeant Joseph Paradine), Vaughn Taylor (Teague), Mark Tapscott (The Lieutenant), Jack Mann (Mallory), Ben Cooper (Mr. Dauger), Addison Myers (The Sentry)

The Story : Confederacy scout Sgt. Joseph Paradine finds a town town full of Union soldiers, and an old man who claims he used witchcraft to paralyze them.

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Score
5.5
2 votes

77 - The Jungle

Original title : The Jungle
First Aired : 01.12.1961 (USA)
Director : William F. Claxton
Writing credits : Charles Beaumont
Cast : John Dehner (Alan Richards), Walter Brooke (Chad Cooper), Jay Adler (Vagrant), Emily McLaughlin (Doris Richards), Hugh Sanders (Mr. Templeton), Howard Wright (Mr. Hardy), Donald Foster (Mr. Sinclair), Jay Overholts (Taxi Driver)

The Story : Alan Richards plans to build a dam in Africa on a tribe's ancestral land. The tribe's witch doctor puts a curse on him.

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Score
7.0
4 votes

78 - Once Upon a Time

Original title : Once Upon a Time
First Aired : 15.12.1961 (USA)
Director : Norman Z. McLeod, Leslie Goodwins
Writing credits : Richard Matheson
Cast : Buster Keaton (Woodrow Mulligan), Stanley Adams (Rollo), James Flavin (First 1962 Policeman), Gil Lamb (Officer Flannagan), Jesse White (Repair Man), Milton Parsons (Professor Gilbert), Warren Parker (Clothing Store Manager), Harry Fleer (Second 1962 Policeman), George E. Stone (Fenwick)

The Story : Woodrow, a janitor living in the year 1890, accidentally activates a time traveling helmet which transports him to 1962 - then promptly breaks down.

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Score
8.9
9 votes

79 - Five Characters in Search of an Exit

Original title : Five Characters in Search of an Exit
First Aired : 22.12.1961 (USA)
Director : Lamont Johnson
Writing credits : Rod Serling, Marvin Petal
Cast : Susan Harrison (The Ballerina), William Windom (The Major), Murray Matheson (The Clown), Kelton Garwood (The Tramp), Clark Allen (The Bagpipe Player), Carol Hill (Woman), Mona Houghton (Little Girl)

The Story : A hobo, clown, bagpipe player, ballerina and military officer are trapped in a huge cylinder.

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Score
4.5
2 votes

80 - A Quality of Mercy

Original title : A Quality of Mercy
First Aired : 29.12.1961 (USA)
Director : Buzz Kulik
Writing credits : Sam Rolfen, Rod Serling
Cast : Dean Stockwell (Lt. Katell/Lt. Yamuri), Albert Salmi (Sgt. Causarano), Rayford Barnes (Andrew J. Watkins), Ralph Votrian (Hanacheck), Leonard Nimoy (Hansen), Dale Ishimoto (Sergeant Yamazaki), Jerry Fujikawa (Japanese Captain), Michael Pataki (Jeep Driver)

The Story : A gung ho young soldier gets a new viewpoint on war when he inexplicably changes places with a Japanese officer trying to stop his superior from leading a charge against American forces.

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Score
6.5
2 votes

81 - Nothing in the Dark

Original title : Nothing in the Dark
First Aired : 05.01.1962 (USA)
Director : Lamont Johnson
Writing credits : George Clayton Johnson
Cast : Gladys Cooper (Wanda Dunn), Robert Redford (Harold Beldon), R.G. Armstrong (Contractor)

The Story : A lonely old woman refuses to leave her apartment for fear of meeting "Mr. Death."

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Score
5.5
2 votes

82 - One More Pallbearer

Original title : One More Pallbearer
First Aired : 12.01.1962 (USA)
Director : Lamont Johnson
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Joseph Wiseman (Paul Radin), Katherine Squire (Mrs. Langsford), Trevor Bardette (Colonel Hawthorne), Gage Clarke (Mr. Hughes), Ray Galvin (Policeman), Josip Elic (First Electrician), Robert Snyder (Second Electrician)

The Story : Paul Radin has invited three people to join him in his bomb shelter.

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Score
7.0
2 votes

83 - Dead Man's Shoes

Original title : Dead Man's Shoes
First Aired : 19.01.1962 (USA)
Director : Montgomery Pittman
Writing credits : Charles Beaumont, OCee Ritch
Cast : Warren Stevens (Nate Bledsoe), Richard Devon (Bernie Dagget), Joan Marshall (Wilma), Ben Wright (Chips), Harry Swoger (Sam), Ron Hagerthy (Ben), Florence Marly (Dagget's Woman), Joseph Mell (Jimmy), Eugene Borden (Maitre D'), Susie Garrett (Pianist)

The Story : A vagrant steps into a murdered gangster's expensive shoes and is taken over by the dead man's ghost, who vows to remain on Earth to seek revenge against his killer.

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Score
6.7
3 votes

84 - The Hunt

Original title : The Hunt
First Aired : 26.01.1962 (USA)
Director : Harold Schuster
Writing credits : Earl Hamner Jr.
Cast : Arthur Hunnicutt (Hyder Simpson), Jeanette Nolan (Rachel Simpson), Robert Foulk (Gatekeeper), Dexter Dupont (Messenger), Orville Sherman (Tillman Miller), Charles Seel (Rev. Wood), Titus Moede (Wesley Miller)

The Story : On a hunting trip, Hyder Simpson and his dog Rip dive into a lake after a raccoon. When he gets home he finds that no one can see or hear him.

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Score
7.0
2 votes

85 - Showdown with Rance McGrew

Original title : Showdown with Rance McGrew
First Aired : 02.02.1962 (USA)
Director : Christian Nyby
Writing credits : Rod Serling, Frederick Louis Fox
Cast : Larry Blyden (Rance McGrew), Arch Johnson (Jesse James), Robert Cornthwaite (Director), Robert J. Stevenson (Bartender), Bill McLean (Prop Man), Troy Melton ( Cowboy), Jay Overholts (Cowboy # 2), Hal K. Dawson (Old Man), Bob Kline (TV Jesse James), Jim Turley (Stunt Double)

The Story : Actor Rance McGrew makes TV Westerns for a living, but he's a lousy actor and a worse cowboy. Despite that, each week he "wins" against the bad guys. Finally the bad guys have enough and send Jesse James to Earth to teach McGrew a lesson.

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Score
7.0
2 votes

86 - Kick the Can

Original title : Kick the Can
First Aired : 09.02.1962 (USA)
Director : Lamont Johnson
Writing credits : George Clayton Johnson
Cast : Ernest Truex (Charles Whitley), Russell Collins (Ben Conroy), 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), Barry Truex (Charle's Son), Eve McVeagh (Night Nurse), Gregory McCabe (First Boy), Marc Stevens (Second Boy)

The Story : The senior residents of Sunnyvale decide that the secret to youth is acting young, and in particular playing a childhood game called "kick-the-can."

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Score
7.0
2 votes

87 - A Piano in the House

Original title : A Piano in the House
First Aired : 16.02.1962 (USA)
Director : David Greene
Writing credits : Earl Hamner Jr.
Cast : Barry Morse (Fitzgerald Fortune), Joan Hackett (Esther Fortune), Muriel Landers (Marge Moore), Don Durant (Greg), Philip Coolidge (Throckmorton), Cyril Delevanti (Marvin the Butler)

The Story : Fortune discovers that a piano he bought his wife for her birthday has magical properties - the music that it plays makes people reveal their true essence.

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Score
6.5
2 votes

88 - The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank

Original title : The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank
First Aired : 23.02.1962 (USA)
Director : Montgomery Pittman
Writing credits : Montgomery Pittman
Cast : James Best (Jeff Myrtlebank), Sherry Jackson (Comfort Gatewood), Edgar Buchanan (Doc Bolton), Lance Fuller (Orgram Gatewood), Dub Taylor (Mr. Peters), Ralph Moody (Pa Myrtlebank), Jon Lormer (Mr. Strauss), Ezelle Poule (Ma Myrtlebank), James Houghton (Jerry), Helen Wallace (Ma Gatewood), William Fawcett (Rev. Siddons), Mabel Forrest (Mrs. Ferguson), Vickie Barnes (Liz Myrtlebank), Pat Hector (Tom)

The Story : Jeff Myrtlebank comes back to life at his own funeral and soon begins to act very strangely...

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Score
9.0
3 votes

89 - To Serve Man

Original title : To Serve Man
First Aired : 02.03.1962 (USA)
Director : Richard L. Bare
Writing credits : Rod Serling, Damon Knight
Cast : Lloyd Bochner (Michael Chambers), Susan Cummings (Penny), Richard Kiel (Kanamit), Hardie Albright (Secretary General), Theodore Marcuse (Mr. Gregori), Bartlett Robinson (First Colonel), Carlton Young (Second Colonel), Nelson Olmsted (The Scientist), Robert Tafur (Senor Valdes), Lomax Study (Dr. Dennis Leveque), Jerry Fujikawa (Japanese Delegate), James L. Wellman (Second Man in Line), Charles Tannen (First Man in Line), Gene Benton (Second Reporter), Adrienne Marden (First Woman in Line), Will J. White (First Reporter), Jeanne Evans (Second Woman in Line), Joseph Ruskin (Voice of Kanamit)

The Story : The Kanamits, 9 foot tall aliens, arrive on Earth with one lofty goal: To Serve Man.

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Score
8.3
3 votes

90 - The Fugitive

Original title : The Fugitive
First Aired : 09.03.1962 (USA)
Director : Richard L. Bare
Writing credits : Charles Beaumont
Cast : Susan Gordon (Jenny), J. Pat O'Malley (Old Ben), Nancy Kulp (Mrs. Gann), Wesley Lau (First Pursuer), Paul Tripp (Second Pursuer), Russ Bender (Doctor), Stephen Talbot (Howie Gutliff), Johnny Eiman (Pitcher)

The Story : Old Ben, who is able to transform himself into anything, tries to help a crippled little girl.

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Score
9.3
3 votes

91 - Little Girl Lost

Original title : Little Girl Lost
First Aired : 16.03.1962 (USA)
Director : Paul Stewart
Writing credits : Richard Matheson
Cast : Sarah Marshall (Ruth Miller), Robert Sampson (Chris Miller), Charles Aidman (Bill), Rhoda Williams (Tina's Voice), Tracy Stratford (Tina)

The Story : A six-year-old girl rolls under her bed and vanishes into a fourth dimension. Her parents and a neighbor struggle to free her before the hole between the dimensions closes forever.

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Score
7.5
2 votes

92 - Person or Persons Unknown

Original title : Person or Persons Unknown
First Aired : 23.03.1962 (USA)
Director : John Brahm
Writing credits : Charles Beaumont
Cast : Richard Long (David Andrew Gurney), Frank Silvera (Dr. Koslenko), Shirley Ballard (Wilma #1), Julie Van Zandt (Wilma #2), Betty Harford (Clerk), Edmund Glover (Sam Baker), Michael Keep (Policeman), Joe Higgins (Bank Guard/Jim), John Newton (Cooper)

The Story : David Gurney wakes up to find that no one - his wife, his co-workers, his best friend, not even his own mother knows him.

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Score
7.5
2 votes

93 - The Little People

Original title : The Little People
First Aired : 30.03.1962 (USA)
Director : William F. Claxton
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Joe Maross (Peter Craig), Claude Akins (William Fletcher), Michael Ford (Spaceman #1), Robert Eaton (Spaceman #2)

The Story : An astronaut declares himself a god when his ship lands on a planet populated by people smaller than ants.

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Score
4.5
2 votes

94 - Four O'Clock

Original title : Four O'Clock
First Aired : 06.04.1962 (USA)
Director : Lamont Johnson
Writing credits : Rod Serling, Price Day
Cast : Theodore Bikel (Oliver Crangle), Phyllis Love (Mrs. Lucas), Linden Chiles (Hall), Moyna MacGill (Mrs. Williams)

The Story : Oliver Crangle is a bitter, prejudiced man. Through unknown means he intends to shrink every evil person in the world at four o'clock.

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Score
7.5
2 votes

95 - Hocus-Pocus and Frisby

Original title : Hocus-Pocus and Frisby
First Aired : 13.04.1962 (USA)
Director : Lamont Johnson
Writing credits : Rod Serling, Frederick Louis Fox
Cast : Andy Devine (Somerset Frisby), Milton Selzer (Alien #1), Howard McNear (Mitchell), Dabbs Greer (Scanlan), Clem Bevans (Old Man), Larry Breitman (Alien #2), Peter Brocco (Alien #3)

The Story : A loud-mouthed braggart's boasts attract the attention of some aliens.

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Score
9.0
2 votes

96 - The Trade-Ins

Original title : The Trade-Ins
First Aired : 20.04.1962 (USA)
Director : Elliot Silverstein
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Joseph Schildkraut (John Holt), Noah Keen (Mr. Vance), Alma Platt (Marie Holt), Theodore Marcuse (Farraday), Edson Stroll (Young John Holt), Terence de Marney (Gambler #1), Billy Vincent (Gambler #2), Mary McMahon (Receptionist), David Armstrong (Attendant)

The Story : An elderly couple visit the New Life Corporation, hoping to transport their personalities into youthful artificial bodies.

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Score
6.0
2 votes

97 - The Gift

Original title : The Gift
First Aired : 27.04.1962 (USA)
Director : Allen H. Miner
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Geoffrey Horne (Williams), Nico Minardos (Doctor), Cliff Osmond (Manolo), Edmund Vargas (Pedro), Vladimir Sokoloff (Guitarist), Paul Mazursky (Officer), Henry Corden (Sanchez), Vito Scotti (Rudolpho), Lea Marmer (Woman #2), Carmen D'Antonio (Woman), Joe Perry (Man #1), David Fresco (Man #2)

The Story : An alien who crash-lands into a remote mountain village stirs up the villagers' fears and animosity, but he befriends a little boy and gives him a mysterious present.

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Score
8.5
2 votes

98 - The Dummy

Original title : The Dummy
First Aired : 04.05.1962 (USA)
Director : Abner Biberman
Writing credits : Rod Serling, Lee Polk
Cast : Cliff Robertson (Jerry Etherson), Frank Sutton (Frank), George Murdock (Willy), John Harmon (Georgie), Sandra Warner (Noreen), Ralph Manza (Doorkeeper), Rudy Dolan (M.C.), Bethelynn Grey (Chorus Girl), Edy Williams (Chorus Girl)

The Story : A ventriloquist is convinced that his dummy, Willie, is alive and evil. He makes plans for a new act with a new dummy: plans that Willie doesn't support!

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Score
6.5
2 votes

99 - Young Man's Fancy

Original title : Young Man's Fancy
First Aired : 11.05.1962 (USA)
Director : John Brahm
Writing credits : Richard Matheson
Cast : Phyllis Thaxter (Virginia Walker-Lane), Alex Nicol (Alex Walker), Wallace Rooney (Mr. Wilkinson), Helen Brown (Henrietta Walker), Ricky Kelman (Alex age 10)

The Story : When a newlywed couple briefly return to the groom's childhood home, the ties of the past prove too strong to resist.

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Score
8.0
2 votes

100 - I Sing the Body Electric

Original title : I Sing the Body Electric
First Aired : 18.05.1962 (USA)
Director : James Sheldon, William F. Claxton
Writing credits : Ray Bradbury
Cast : Josephine Hutchinson (Grandma), David White (George Rogers), Vaughn Taylor (Salesman), Doris Packer (Nedra), Charles Herbert (Tom Rogers age 12), Veronica Cartwright (Anne Rogers age 11), Dana Dillaway (Karen Rogers age 10), Susan Crane (Anne Rogers age 19), Paul Nesbitt (Tom Rogers age 20), Judee Morton (Karen Rogers age 18), David Armstrong (Van Driver)

The Story : A widower buys a robot grandmother for his three children.

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Score
7.5
2 votes

101 - Cavender is Coming

Original title : Cavender is Coming
First Aired : 25.05.1962 (USA)
Director : Christian Nyby
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Jesse White (Harmen Cavender), Carol Burnett (Agnes Grep), 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), John Fiedler (Field Rep #3), William O'Connell (Field Rep #1), Norma Shattue (Little Girl), Roy N. Sickner (Bus Driver), Rory O'Brien (Boy), Maurice Dallimore (Man #1), Pitt Herbert (Field Rep #2), Stan Jones (Field Rep #4), Adrienne Marden (Woman #2)

The Story : Cavender, an angel trying to win his wings, tries to help down-on-her-luck Agnes, who has just been fired.

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7.0
3 votes

102 - The Changing of the Guard

Original title : The Changing of the Guard
First Aired : 01.06.1962 (USA)
Director : Robert Ellis Miller
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Donald Pleasence (Prof. Ellis Fowler), 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), Laird Stuart (Schoolboy)

The Story : An elderly private school teacher wonders if his life has meant anything as he contemplates suicide on Christmas Eve and is reminded by former students that he has, indeed, made an effect on the lives of his students over the years.

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