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Score
5.5
4 votes

103 - In His Image

Original title : In His Image
First Aired : 03.01.1963 (USA)
Director : Perry Lafferty
Writing credits : Charles Beaumont
Cast : George Grizzard (Alan Talbolt / Walter Ryder, Jr.), Gail Kobe (Jessica Connelly), Wallace Rooney (Man), Katherine Squire (The Old Woman), George Petrie (Driver), James Seay (Sheriff), James Forster (Hotel Clerk), Sherry Granato (Girl)

The Story : A scientist creates an android that has the qualities which he feels he's lacking.

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Score
7.5
2 votes

104 - The Thirty-Fathom Grave

Original title : The Thirty-Fathom Grave
First Aired : 10.01.1963 (USA)
Director : Perry Lafferty
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Simon Oakland (Captain Beecham), John Considine (McClure), Mike Kellin (Chief Bell), Bill Bixby (O.O.D.), David Sheiner (Doc), Tony Call (Lee Helmsman), Derrik Lewis (Helmsman), Conlan Carter (Ensign Marmer), Charles Kuenstle (Sonar Operator), Forrest Compton (ASW Officer), Henry Scott (Jr. O.O.D.), Louie Elias (Sailor)

The Story : A US naval destroyer investigates a mysterious tapping sound coming from a sunken submarine.

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Score
8.0
2 votes

105 - Valley of the Shadow

Original title : Valley of the Shadow
First Aired : 17.01.1963 (USA)
Director : Perry Lafferty
Writing credits : Charles Beaumont
Cast : Ed Nelson (Philip Redfield), David Opatoshu (Dorn), Natalie Trundy (Ellen Marshall), James Doohan (Father), Pat O'Hara (Man #4), Jacques Aubuchon (Connelly), Morgan Brittany (Girl), King Calder (Man #3), Bart Burns (Man #2), Henry Beckman (Man #1), Sandy Kenyon (Gas Attendent), Dabbs Greer (Evans)

The Story : A reporter finds himself trapped in a small town where people can reverse time and do many other amazing things.

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Score
5.8
4 votes

106 - He's Alive

Original title : He's Alive
First Aired : 24.01.1963 (USA)
Director : Stuart Rosenberg
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Dennis Hopper (Peter Vollmer), Ludwig Donath (Ernst Ganz), Curt Conway (Benefactor), Paul Mazursky (Frank), Howard Caine (Nick), Barnaby Hale (Stanley), Jay Adler (Gibbons), Wolfe Brazell (Proprietor), Bernard Fein (Heckler)

The Story : Peter Vollmer, a small-time neo-Nazi leader, yearns for more power. Advised by a shadowy benefactor, Vollmer's following grows, as does his ego...

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Score
6.0
2 votes

107 - Mute

Original title : Mute
First Aired : 31.01.1963 (USA)
Director : Stuart Rosenberg
Writing credits : Richard Matheson
Cast : Ann Jillian (Ilse Nielson), Oscar Beregi (Prof. Karl Werner), Frank Overton (Harry Wheeler), Barbara Baxley (Cora Wheeler), Irene Dailey (Miss Frank), Claudia Bryer (Frau Nielsen), Robert Boon (Holger Nielsen), Eva Soreny (Frau Maria Werner), Percy Helton (Tom Poulter)

The Story : A 12-year-old girl who lost her parents in a fire doesn't speak because she has grown up in a secret telepathic community. The couple who take her in, and her teacher, are determined to help her adapt to their society, no matter the cost.

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Score
7.3
3 votes

108 - Death Ship

Original title : Death Ship
First Aired : 07.02.1963 (USA)
Director : Don Medford
Writing credits : Richard Matheson
Cast : Jack Klugman (Captain Paul Ross), Ross Martin (Lt. Ted Mason), Mary Webster (Ruth), Tammy Marihugh (Jeannie), Ross Elliott (Kramer), Sara Taft (Mrs. Nolan), Fred Beir (Lt. Mike Carter)

The Story : A three-man spacecraft lands on a planet only to discover the wreckage of a spacecraft identical to their own. Two of the crew are convinced that they are dead, but the captain refuses to see the truth.

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Score
7.4
5 votes

109 - Jess-Belle

Original title : Jess-Belle
First Aired : 14.02.1963 (USA)
Director : Buzz Kulik
Writing credits : Earl Hamner Jr.
Cast : Anne Francis (Jess-Belle), James Best (Billy-Ben Turner), Laura Devon (Ellwyn Glover), Jeanette Nolan (Granny Hart), Virginia Gregg (Ossie Stone), George Mitchell (Luther Glover), Helen Kleeb (Mattie Glover), Jim Boles (Obed Miller), Jon Lormer (Minister)

The Story : Jess-Belle enlists the aid of a local witch who casts a spell that makes Billy-Ben fall in love with her.

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Score
7.2
5 votes

110 - Miniature

Original title : Miniature
First Aired : 21.02.1963 (USA)
Director : Walter Grauman
Writing credits : Charles Beaumont
Cast : Robert Duvall (Charley Parkes), Pert Kelton (Mrs. Parkes), Barbara Barrie (Myrna), Lennie Weinrib (Buddie), William Windom (Dr. Wallman), John McLiam (Museum Guard), Claire Griswold (The Doll), Nina Roman (The Maid), Richard Angarola (The Suitor), Barney Phillips (Diemel), Joan Chambers (Harriet), Chet Stratton (The Guide)

The Story : A lonely man falls in love with a mini museum doll, which he believes is alive.

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Score
8.5
4 votes

111 - Printer's Devil

Original title : Printer's Devil
First Aired : 28.02.1963 (USA)
Director : Ralph Senensky
Writing credits : Charles Beaumont
Cast : Burgess Meredith (Mr. Smith), Pat Crowley (Jackie Benson), Robert Sterling (Douglas Winter), Charles P. Thompson (Andy Praskins), Doris Kemper (Landlady), Camille Franklin (Molly), Ray Teal (Mr. Franklin)

The Story : Douglas Winter's paper, The Courier, is in financial trouble. Mr. Smith appears and offers to pay off the debts, and run the linotype machine. Douglas agrees, but soon regrets when he realizes Mr. Smith is the devil. Mr. Smith offers him a contract guaranteeing The Courier's success in exchange for Doug's soul. Afraid of losing Mr. Smith, he agrees. Mr. Smith proceeds to cause all kinds of disasters. Doug asks him to stop, and Mr. Smith makes him another offer: He'll stop if Doug will kill himself. He agrees, but gets an idea. He sets in type a story that says he and the devil's contract is void, and that Mr. Smith is banished from Earth. He decides to run the paper fair and square; the first thing is to destroy that linotype machine.

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Score
8.6
5 votes

112 - No Time Like the Past

Original title : No Time Like the Past
First Aired : 07.03.1963 (USA)
Director : Justus Addiss
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Dana Andrews (Paul Driscoll), John Zaremba (Horn Player), Robert Cornthwaite (Hanford), Marjorie Bennett (Mrs. Chamberlain), Malcolm Atterbury (Professor Eliot), C. Lindsay Workman (Bartender), Tudor Owen (Lusitania Captain), James Yagi (Japanese Police Captain), Patricia Breslin (Abigail Sloan), Robert F. Simon (Harvey)

The Story : A man travels back in time to try to prevent some of history's catastrophes.

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Score
8.7
3 votes

113 - The Parallel

Original title : The Parallel
First Aired : 14.03.1963 (USA)
Director : Alan Crosland Jr.
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Steve Forrest (Robert Gaines), Paul Comi (Psychiatrist), Jacqueline Scott (Helen Gaines), Frank Aletter (Col. Connacher), Philip Abbott (General Eaton), Shari Lee Bernath (Maggie Gaines)

The Story : An astronaut arrives back on Earth, then notices several differences.

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Score
7.0
3 votes

114 - I Dream of Genie

Original title : I Dream of Genie
First Aired : 21.03.1963 (USA)
Director : Robert Gist
Writing credits : John Furia Jr.
Cast : Howard Morris (George P. Hanley), Jack Albertson (Genie), Patricia Barry (Ann), Mark Miller (Roger), Loring Smith (Watson), Joyce Jameson (Starlet), James Millhollin (Masters), Robert Ball (Clerk), Molly Dodd (May), Milton Parsons (P.R. Man), Bob Hastings (Sam)

The Story : A man considers several possibilities when offered one wish by a genie.

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Score
8.3
3 votes

115 - The New Exhibit

Original title : The New Exhibit
First Aired : 04.04.1963 (USA)
Director : John Brahm
Writing credits : Jerry Sohl
Cast : Martin Balsam (Martin Lombard Senescu), Robert L. McCord (Burke), Will Kuluva (Mr. Ferguson), Maggie Mahoney (Emma Senescu), William Mims (Dave), Milton Parsons (Henri Desire Landru), David Bond (Jack the Ripper), Bob Mitchell (Albert W. Hicks), Billy Beck (Hare), Phil Chambers (Gas Man), Leonard Bremen (Van Man), Eddie Barth (Sailor), Marcel Hillaire (Guide), Craig Curtis (2nd Sailor)

The Story : The curator of a murderers' row in a soon-to-be-defunct wax museum persuades the owner to let him keep the figures for awhile. When his wife attempts to destroy them, a new murderous rampage begins...

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Score
5.7
3 votes

116 - Of Late I Think of Cliffordville

Original title : Of Late I Think of Cliffordville
First Aired : 11.04.1963 (USA)
Director : David Lowell Rich
Writing credits : Rod Serling, Malcolm Jameson
Cast : Albert Salmi (Bill Feathersmith), Julie Newmar (Miss Devlin), John Anderson (Diedrich), Christine Burke (Joanna Gibbons), John Harmon (Clark), Wright King (Hecate), Guy Raymond (Mr. Gibbons), Hugh Sanders (Cronk)

The Story : A bored, wealthy businessman gets a chance to go back in time and start over, armed with all the knowledge he's acquired...an arsenal that's not as powerful as he thinks.

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Score
7.0
2 votes

117 - The Incredible World of Horace Ford

Original title : The Incredible World of Horace Ford
First Aired : 18.04.1963 (USA)
Director : Abner Biberman
Writing credits : Reginald Rose
Cast : Nan Martin (Laura Ford), Billy E. Hughes (Kid), Ruth White (Mrs. Ford), Phillip Pine (Leonard O'Brien), Mary Carver (Betty O'Brien), Vaughn Taylor (Mr. Judson), Jim E. Titus (Horace child), Jerry Davis (Hermy Brandt)

The Story : Toy designer Horace Ford spends most of his time reminiscing about his idyllic childhood. But when he gets a chance to go back to those years he gets a bitter taste of reality.

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Score
8.0
2 votes

118 - On Thursday We Leave For Home

Original title : On Thursday We Leave For Home
First Aired : 02.05.1963 (USA)
Director : Buzz Kulik
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : James Whitmore (William Benteen), Tim O'Connor (Col. Sloane), James Broderick (Al), Lew Gallo (Lt. Engle), Madge Kennedy (Colonist), Russ Bender (Hank), Danny Kulick (Jo Jo), Mercedes Shirley (Joan), Paul Langton (George), Jo Helton (Julie), Anthony Benson (Colonist), Shirley O'Hara (Colonist), John Ward (Colonist)

The Story : A man named Benteen leads a colony of Americans stranded on a desert planet for 30 years.

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Score
7.5
2 votes

119 - Passage on the Lady Anne

Original title : Passage on the Lady Anne
First Aired : 09.05.1963 (USA)
Director : Lamont Johnson
Writing credits : Charles Beaumont
Cast : Joyce Van Patten (Eileen Ransome), Lee Philips (Allan Ransome), Cecil Kellaway (Burgess), Don Keefer (Spiereto), Cyril Delevanti (Officer), Gladys Cooper (Mrs. McKenzie), Wilfrid Hyde-White (McKenzie), Alan Napier (Captain Prothero)

The Story : Instead of the cruise bringing them closer together, the Ransomes agree to get a divorce when they return home. Eileen disappears, and when Allan finds her she is wearing a nightgown that a passenger wore on her honeymoon. Seeing her, Allan realizes how much he still loves her. The passengers force them into a lifeboat, with plenty of provisions, and set them adrift. The Lady Anne sails off.

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Score
5.0
3 votes

120 - The Bard

Original title : The Bard
First Aired : 23.05.1963 (USA)
Director : David Butler
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Jack Weston (Julius Moomer), John Williams (William Shakespeare), Burt Reynolds (Rocky Rhodes), Judy Strangis (Cora), John McGiver (Shannon), Henry Lascoe (Mr. Hugo), Doro Merande (Sadie), Clegg Hoyt (Bus Driver), Marge Redmond (Secretary), Howard McNear (Bramhoff), William Lanteau (Dolan)

The Story : An untalented would-be writer's career takes off when the ghost of William Shakespeare writes his script.

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