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The Twilight Zone: Volume 21 DVD

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  • Additional Details
  • Format: DVD
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Run Time: 100 Minutes
  • Aspect Ratio: Fullscreen
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 14, 2000
  • Audio:
    ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Mono
  • Cast: Vera Miles, Martin Milner, Ed Wynn, Vladimir Sokoloff
  • Genre: TV Series
  • Includes:
    Special "Inside the Twilight Zone" Section written by Marc Scott Zicree
    Includes Biographical Info On Rod Serling
    History of the Twilight Zone
    Reviews of Each Episode
    Cast Information
    Season-by-Season Commentary
    Animated Menus
The Twilight Zone Volume 21 offers more spellbinding stories of the bizarre and often macabre world. Watch as creator and host Rod Serling takes you into a world of the unknown, leaving you on the edge with the ending twists and turns. These Twilight Zone Volume 21 DVDs, which inspired other sci-fi thrillers, are as compelling today as they were the day they were created.

In The Twilight Zone Volume 21 episode Mirror Image, (episode 21, February 26, 1960), when Millicent Barnes (Vera Miles) spies her exact double at a bus station, she becomes convinced that the double is trying to take her place. Fellow passenger Paul Grinstead (Martin Milner) thinks she's crazy — at first — in this suspense-filled Twilight Zone Volume 21 episode. You also receive the Twilight Zone Dust episode that aired January 6, 1961, and tells the story of a man is about to be hanged for drunkenly running over a little girl in a decaying town. But when the girl's anguished father (Vladimir Sokoloff) flings "magic dust" into the air in the Twilight Zone episode, a change comes over the squalid village in this Twilight Zone Volume 21. These Twilight Zone DVDs also give you Five Characters in Search of an Exit (Episode 79, December 22, 1961) in which a clown, a hobo, a ballet dancer, a bagpipe player and an army major are trapped together in an enormous cylinder. They don't know who they are or how they got there. But when the major tries to escape, they finally learn the truth. Finally, Twilight Zone Volume 21 presents Ninety Years Without Slumbering, (Episode 132, December 20, 1963), a story about Sam Forstmann (Ed Wynn), who believes that he will die if his grandfather clock stops. When the clock does begin to wind down in the eerie Twilight Zone episode, Sam must face his deepest fear.

Buy this Twilight Zone Volume 21 for more eerie tales of the unknown as creator and host Rod Serling takes you into the world of surreal reality.


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