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Score
5.0
1 vote

121 - In Praise of Pip

Original title : In Praise of Pip
First Aired : 27.09.1963 (USA)
Director : Joseph M. Newman
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Jack Klugman (Max Phillips), Bill Mumy (Young Pip), Bobby Diamond (Private Pip), Kreg Martin (Gunman), Gerald Gordon (Lieutenant), Russell Horton (George Reynold), Stuart Nisbet (Surgeon), Ross Elliott (Doctor), S. John Launer (Moran), Connie Gilchrist (Mrs. Feeny)

The Story : An alcoholic bookie regrets that he wasn't a better father to his son, Pip, critically wounded in South Vietnam. A visit to an amusement park gives them both a second chance.

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Score
3.5
2 votes

122 - Steel

Original title : Steel
First Aired : 04.10.1963 (USA)
Director : Don Weis
Writing credits : Richard Matheson
Cast : Lee Marvin (Steel Kelly), Tipp McClure (Battling Maxo), Chuck Hicks (Maynard Flash), Joe Mantell (Pole), Merritt Bohn (Nolan), Frank London (Maxwell), Larry Barton (Man's Voice)

The Story : Boxing robot "Battling Maxo" breaks down before the scheduled bout, forcing his manager to take its place.

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Score
9.0
2 votes

123 - Nightmare at 20,000 Feet

Original title : Nightmare at 20,000 Feet
First Aired : 11.10.1963 (USA)
Director : Richard Donner
Writing credits : Richard Matheson
Cast : William Shatner (Bob Wilson), Christine White (Ruth Wilson), Nick Cravat (Gremlin), Ed Kemmer (Flight Engineer), Asa Maynor (Stewardess)

The Story : Mr. Wilson believes he sees a gremlin on the wing of his commercial aircraft.

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Score
7.7
3 votes

124 - A Kind of a Stopwatch

Original title : A Kind of a Stopwatch
First Aired : 18.10.1963 (USA)
Director : John Rich
Writing credits : Rod Serling, Michael D. Rosenthal
Cast : Richard Erdman (McNulty), Leon Belasco (Potts), Roy Roberts (Mr. Cooper), Herbie Faye (Joe the Bartender), Doris Singleton (Secretary), Ray Kellogg (Attendant), Sam Balter (TV Announcer), Dick Wessel (Charlie), Ken Drake (Man)

The Story : Patrick Thomas McNulty, a long-winded and self-absorbed know-it-all, is given a fantastic device which brings literal meaning to the expression "stop the world; I want to get off."

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Score
5.0
1 vote

125 - The Last Night of a Jockey

Original title : The Last Night of a Jockey
First Aired : 25.10.1963 (USA)
Director : Joseph M. Newman
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Mickey Rooney (Grady)

The Story : A dejected jockey wants to be tall.

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Score
8.5
2 votes

126 - Living Doll

Original title : Living Doll
First Aired : 01.11.1963 (USA)
Director : Richard C. Sarafian
Writing credits : Charles Beaumont, Jerry Sohl
Cast : Telly Savalas (Erich Streator), Tracy Stratford (Christie), Mary La Roche (Annabelle), June Foray (voice of Talky Tina)

The Story : Erich is displeased when his wife buys an expensive doll for his step-daughter. He becomes even more displeased when the doll tells him it doesn't like him!

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Score
8.3
3 votes

127 - The Old Man in the Cave

Original title : The Old Man in the Cave
First Aired : 08.11.1963 (USA)
Director : Alan Crosland Jr.
Writing credits : Rod Serling, Henry Slesar
Cast : John Anderson (Mr. Goldsmith), James Coburn (Major French), John Marley (Jason), Josie Lloyd (Evelyn), Frank Watkins (Harber), Lenny Geer (Douglas), Natalie Masters (Woman), Don Wilbanks (Furman), John Craven

The Story : A mysterious guardian helps a tiny community survive after the Bomb destroys much of the Earth.

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Score
8.5
2 votes

128 - Uncle Simon

Original title : Uncle Simon
First Aired : 15.11.1963 (USA)
Director : Don Siegel
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Cedric Hardwicke (Uncle Simon Polk), Constance Ford (Barbara Polk), Ian Wolfe (Schwimmer), John McLiam (Police Officer), Dion Hansen (Robot)

The Story : Uncle Simon tries to strike Barbara with his cane. She grabs it and he falls down the stairs to his death. His will stipulates that she must care for his latest invention - a robot. The robot begins to take on Uncle Simon's traits. Barbara finally pushes it down the stairs, but that only gives it a limp identical to Uncle Simon's. She finally realizes that she will never be rid of Uncle Simon.

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Score
7.5
2 votes

129 - Probe 7, Over and Out

Original title : Probe 7, Over and Out
First Aired : 29.11.1963 (USA)
Director : Ted Post
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Antoinette Bower (Eve Norda), Richard Basehart (Col. Adam Cook), Barton Heyman (Lt. Blane), Harold Gould (Gen. Larrabee)

The Story : The lone survivors of two annihilated worlds are stranded on a distant planet.

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Score
8.0
1 vote

130 - The 7th is Made Up of Phantoms

Original title : The 7th is Made Up of Phantoms
First Aired : 06.12.1963 (USA)
Director : Alan Crosland Jr.
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Ron Foster (Sgt. Conners), Randy Boone (Pfc. McCluskey), Warren Oates (Cpl. Langsford), Greg Morris (Lieutenant Woodard), Jeffrey Morris (Finnigan), Wayne Mallory (Scout), Robert Bray (Captain Dennet), Lew Brown (Sergeant), Jacque Shelton (Corporal)

The Story : Three National Guardsmen explore the site of Custer's Last Stand.

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Score
8.0
2 votes

131 - A Short Drink from a Certain Fountain

Original title : A Short Drink from a Certain Fountain
First Aired : 13.12.1963 (USA)
Director : Bernard Girard
Writing credits : Rod Serling, Lou Holtz
Cast : Ruta Lee (Flora Gordon), Patrick O'Neal (Harmon Gordon), Walter Brooke (Dr. Raymond Gordon)

The Story : Trying to keep up with his younger wife, Harmon convinces his brother to inject him with an experimental youth serum.

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Score
4.0
2 votes

132 - Ninety Years Without Slumbering

Original title : Ninety Years Without Slumbering
First Aired : 20.12.1963 (USA)
Director : Roger Kay
Writing credits : Richard DeRoy, George Clayton Johnson
Cast : Ed Wynn (Sam Forstmann), Carolyn Kearney (Marnie Kirk), James Callahan (Doug Kirk), William Sargent (Dr. Mel Avery), Carol Byron (Carol Chase), Dick Wilson (Mover #1), Chuck Hicks (Mover #2), John Pickard (Policeman)

The Story : An old man fears that he will die if his grandfather clock stops running.

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Score
6.5
2 votes

133 - Ring-A-Ding Girl

Original title : Ring-A-Ding Girl
First Aired : 27.12.1963 (USA)
Director : Alan Crosland Jr.
Writing credits : Earl Hamner Jr.
Cast : Maggie McNamara (Bunny Blake), Mary Munday (Hildy Powell), David Macklin (Bud Powell), Bing Russell (Ben Braden), Hank Patterson (Mr. Gentry), Vic Perrin (State Trooper), George Mitchell (Dr. Floyd), Lou Gerson (Cici), Bill Hickman (Pilot), Betty Lou Gerson (Cici)

The Story : Bunny receives a ring from her fan club in her home town. In the ring she sees the faces of people from her hometown telling her she's needed there. She arrives in Howardville on the day of the annual Founder's Day picnic. She tries to get the chairman of the picnic to postpone it a day, but he refuses. She then plans a one-woman show at the auditorium. Before the show, Bunny disappears. Later, a jet airliner crashes onto the picnic grounds. Thanks to Bunny, almost everyone is at the auditorium instead of the picnic grounds. They later find that Bunny was a passenger on the plane.

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Score
6.5
2 votes

134 - You Drive

Original title : You Drive
First Aired : 03.01.1964 (USA)
Director : John Brahm
Writing credits : Earl Hamner Jr.
Cast : Edward Andrews (Oliver Pope), John Hanek (Policeman), Kevin Hagen (Pete Radcliff), Helen Westcott (Lillian Pope), Totty Ames (Woman)

The Story : Driving home one rainy evening, Oliver Pope accidentally hits a boy on a bicycle. Pope flees the scene, determined to hide his guilt, but his car has other ideas.

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Score
8.5
2 votes

135 - The Long Morrow

Original title : The Long Morrow
First Aired : 10.01.1964 (USA)
Director : Robert Florey
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Robert Lansing (Commander Douglas Stansfield), Mariette Hartley (Sandra Horn), George Macready (Dr. Bixler), Edward Binns (General Walters), William Swan (Technician), Don Spruance

The Story : Before leaving on his mission, an astronaut meets a woman. They fall in love…

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Score
7.5
2 votes

136 - The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross

Original title : The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross
First Aired : 17.01.1964 (USA)
Director : Don Siegel
Writing credits : Jerry McNeely, Henry Slesar
Cast : Don Gordon (Salvadore Ross), Gail Kobe (Leah Maitland), Vaughn Taylor (Mr. Maitland), Kathleen O'Malley (Nurse), Seymour Cassel (Jerry), Ted Jacques (Bartender), Doug Lambert (Albert), Douglas Dumbrille (Mr. Halpert), J. Pat O'Malley (Old Man)

The Story : A man finds that he can trade anything he has, including youth and personality, with anybody else.

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Score
7.0
3 votes

137 - Number Twelve Looks Just Like You

Original title : Number Twelve Looks Just Like You
First Aired : 24.01.1964 (USA)
Director : Abner Biberman
Writing credits : Charles Beaumont, John Tomerlin
Cast : Collin Wilcox (Marilyn Cuberle), Richard Long (Uncle Rick/Dr. Rex/Sigmund Friend/Dr. Tom/Attendant), Suzy Parker (Lana Cuberle/Simmons/Doe/Grace/Jane/Patient/#12), Pam Austin (Valerie/Marilyn (after operation)/#8)

The Story : In a future where everyone must undergo an operation at the age of 19 to make them identical to everyone else, one woman desperately tries to hang onto her own identity.

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Score
6.5
2 votes

138 - Black Leather Jackets

Original title : Black Leather Jackets
First Aired : 31.01.1964 (USA)
Director : Joseph M. Newman
Writing credits : Earl Hamner Jr.
Cast : Lee Kinsolving (Scott), Shelley Fabares (Ellen Tillman), Michael Forest (Steve), Tom Gilleran (Fred), Denver Pyle (Stu Tillman), Wayne Heffley (Mover), Michael Conrad (Sheriff Harper), Irene Hervey (Martha Tillman)

The Story : Three tough-looking men on motorcycles disrupt a peaceful suburb when they move in. Yet the neighbors could never imagine just how dangerous these men really are.

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Score
8.5
2 votes

139 - Night Call

Original title : Night Call
First Aired : 07.02.1964 (USA)
Director : Jacques Tourneur
Writing credits : Richard Matheson
Cast : Gladys Cooper (Elva Keene), Nora Marlowe (Margaret Phillips), Martine Bartlett (Miss Finch)

The Story : Mysterious phone calls haunt a disabled woman.

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Score
6.0
2 votes

140 - From Agnes - With Love

Original title : From Agnes - With Love
First Aired : 14.02.1964 (USA)
Director : Richard Donner
Writing credits : Bernard C. Schoenfeld
Cast : Wally Cox (James Elwood), Sue Randall (Millie), Ralph Taeger (Walter Holmes), Nan Peterson (Secretary), Byron Kane (Assistant), Don Keefer (Fred Danziger), Raymond Bailey (Supervisor)

The Story : A computer technician must deal with the queen of all femme fatales: a computer named Agnes who wreaks havoc on his love life.

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Score
3.7
3 votes

141 - Spur of the Moment

Original title : Spur of the Moment
First Aired : 21.02.1964 (USA)
Director : Elliot Silverstein
Writing credits : Richard Matheson
Cast : Diana Hyland (Anne Henderson), Robert Hogan (Robert Blake), Roger Davis (David Mitchell), Philip Ober (Mr. Henderson), Marsha Hunt (Mrs. Henderson), Jack Raine (Reynolds)

The Story : After being chased on horseback by a terrifying, unidentified figure in black, Anne Henderson faces the biggest decision of her life.

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Score
2.0
1 vote

142 - An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge

Original title : An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
First Aired : 28.02.1964 (USA)
Director : Robert Enrico
Writing credits : Robert Enrico, Ambrose Bierce
Cast : Roger Jacquet (Confederate Spy), Anne Cornaly, Anker Larsen, Stephane Fey, Jean-Francois Zeller, Pierre Danny, Louis Adelin

The Story : A Confederate spy is spared death when the rope meant to hang him miraculously breaks. Or does it?

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Score
6.0
3 votes

143 - Queen of the Nile

Original title : Queen of the Nile
First Aired : 06.03.1964 (USA)
Director : John Brahm
Writing credits : Jerry Sohl, Charles Beaumont, Jerry Sohl
Cast : Lee Philips (Jordan Herrick), Ann Blyth (Pamela Morris/Constance Taylor), Celia Lovsky (Viola Draper), Frank Ferguson (Krueger), James Tyler (Mr. Jackson), Ruth Phillips (Maid)

The Story : Columnist Jordan Herrick is startled to learn that a famous movie actress hasn't aged in years. Intrigued, he investigates... and soon learns a terrifying secret.

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Score
5.5
2 votes

144 - What's in the Box

Original title : What's in the Box
First Aired : 13.03.1964 (USA)
Director : Richard L. Bare
Writing credits : Martin M. Goldsmith
Cast : William Demarest (Joe Britt), Joan Blondell (Phyllis Britt), Sterling Holloway (TV Repairman), Herbert Lytton (Dr. Saltman), Sandra Gould (Woman), Howard Wright (Judge), John L. Sullivan (Russian Duke), Ted Christy (Panther Man), Ron Stokes (Car Salesman), Douglas Bank (Prosecutor), Tony Miller (Announcer)

The Story : A cheating husband sees his secret revealed and its horrible consequences on his just-repaired TV set.

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Score
7.5
2 votes

145 - The Masks

Original title : The Masks
First Aired : 20.03.1964 (USA)
Director : Ida Lupino
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Virginia Gregg (Emily Harper), Milton Selzer (Wilfred Harper), Robert Keith (Jason Foster), Alan Sues (Wilfred Jr.), Brooke Hayward (Paula Harper), Willis Bouchey (Dr. Samuel Thorne), Bill Walker (Butler)

The Story : A dying man demands his family wear masks that he's given them at a Mardi Gras party.

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Score
3.0
1 vote

146 - I Am the Night - Color Me Black

Original title : I Am the Night - Color Me Black
First Aired : 27.03.1964 (USA)
Director : Abner Biberman
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Michael Constantine (Sheriff Charlie Koch), Paul Fix (Colbey), George Lindsey (Deputy Pierce), Terry Becker (Jagger), Ivan Dixon (Rev. Anderson), Eve McVeagh (Ella Koch), Douglas Bank (Man #1), Ward Wood (Man #2), Elizabeth Harrower (Woman)

The Story : On the day an unpopular idealist is to be executed for the killing of a racist bully, the townsfolk are shocked to see the skies have turned pitch black.

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Score
2.0
1 vote

147 - Sounds and Silences

Original title : Sounds and Silences
First Aired : 03.04.1964 (USA)
Director : Richard Donner
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : John McGiver (Roswell G. Flemington), Penny Singleton (Mrs. Flemington), William Benedict (Conklin), Michael Fox (Psychiatrist), Francis Defales (Doctor), Renee Aubry (Secretary)

The Story : A man's wish to listen to loud noise backfires.

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Score
2.0
1 vote

148 - Caesar and Me

Original title : Caesar and Me
First Aired : 10.04.1964 (USA)
Director : Robert Butler
Writing credits : A. T. Strassfield
Cast : Jackie Cooper (Jonathan West), Sarah Selby (Mrs. Cudahy), Morgan Brittany (Susan), Olan Soule (Mr. Smiles), Stafford Repp (Pawnbroker), Sidney Marion (Watchman), Don Gazzaniga (Detective), Ken Konopka (Mr. Miller)

The Story : A ventriloquist's dummy goads him into committing burglaries.

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Score
-
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149 - The Jeopardy Room

Original title : The Jeopardy Room
First Aired : 17.04.1964 (USA)
Director : Richard Donner
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : John Van Dreelen (Commisar Vassiloff), Martin Landau (Major Ivan Kuchenko), Robert Kelljan (Boris)

The Story : Trying to defect, Major Ivan Kuchenko is trapped inside a hotel room with Commissar Vassiloff, a hitman, and Boris, his assistant, in the room across the street. Vassiloff has planted a bomb in the room and Ivan must find it within three hours or be blown to bits.

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Score
9.5
2 votes

150 - Stopover in a Quiet Town

Original title : Stopover in a Quiet Town
First Aired : 24.04.1964 (USA)
Director : Ron Winston
Writing credits : Earl Hamner Jr.
Cast : Nancy Malone (Millie Frazier), Barry Nelson (Bob Frazier), Karen Norris (Mother), Denise Lynn (Little Girl)

The Story : Bob and Millie wake up to find they are in a strange town. Everything appears to be props - trees, animals even cars.

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Score
1.0
1 vote

151 - The Encounter

Original title : The Encounter
First Aired : 01.05.1964 (USA)
Director : Robert Butler
Writing credits : Martin M. Goldsmith
Cast : Neville Brand (Fenton), George Takei (Taro)

The Story : A World War II veteran and a Japanese-American gardener battle each other over a war that ended more than 20 years ago.

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Score
5.0
1 vote

152 - Mr. Garrity and the Graves

Original title : Mr. Garrity and the Graves
First Aired : 08.05.1964 (USA)
Director : Ted Post
Writing credits : Rod Serling, Mike Korologos
Cast : John Dehner (Jared Garrity), J. Pat O'Malley (Gooberman), John Cliff (Lightning Peterson), John Mitchum (Ace), Patrick O'Moore (Man), Norman Leavitt (Sheriff Gilchrist), Percy Helton (Lapham), Kate Murtagh (Zelda Gooberman), Edgar Dearing (character), Stanley Adams (Jensen)

The Story : Jared Garrity arrives in the Old West town of Happiness, Arizona, proclaiming he can revive the dead.

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Score
9.0
2 votes

153 - The Brain Center at Whipple's

Original title : The Brain Center at Whipple's
First Aired : 15.05.1964 (USA)
Director : Richard Donner
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Richard Deacon (Wallace V. Whipple), Jack Crowder (Technician), Paul Newlan (Hanley), Shawn Michaels (Bartender), Dion Hansen (Robot), Burt Conroy (Watchman), Ted de Corsia (Dickerson)

The Story : A factory CEO replaces human workers with machines.

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Score
7.5
2 votes

154 - Come Wander with Me

Original title : Come Wander with Me
First Aired : 22.05.1964 (USA)
Director : Richard Donner
Writing credits : Anthony Wilson
Cast : Gary Crosby (Floyd Burney), Hank Patterson (Old Man), Bonnie Beecher (Mary Racheal), John Bolt (Billy Rayford)

The Story : A singer searches for an authentic folk song.

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Score
7.0
1 vote

155 - The Fear

Original title : The Fear
First Aired : 29.05.1964 (USA)
Director : Ted Post
Writing credits : Rod Serling
Cast : Peter Mark Richman (Trooper Robert Franklin), Hazel Court (Charlotte Scott)

The Story : Two people in a remote cabin find signs of an extraterrestrial.

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Score
6.7
3 votes

156 - The Bewitchin' Pool

Original title : The Bewitchin' Pool
First Aired : 19.06.1964 (USA)
Director : Joseph M. Newman
Writing credits : Earl Hamner Jr.
Cast : Kim Hector (Whitt), Mary Badham (Sport), Georgia Simmons (Aunt T), Tim Stafford (Jeb), Harold Gould (Radio Announcer), Dee Hartford (Gloria), June Foray (Sport Sharewood (voice) (uncredited)), Tod Andrews (Gil)

The Story : Two unhappy children find a happy escape in a swimming pool.

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