The Twilight Zone: Volume 19 DVD
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- Additional Details
- Format: DVD
- Rating: Not Rated
- Number of Discs: 1
- Run Time: 100 Minutes
- Aspect Ratio: Fullscreen
- Studio: Image Entertainment
- DVD Release Date: February 15, 2000
ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Mono
- Cast: Constance Ford, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, John Dehner
- Genre: TV Series
- Color: Black & White
Special "Inside the Twilight Zone" section, written by Marc Scott Zicree, author of the bestseller, The Twilight Zone Companion.
Includes biographical info on Rod Sterling, history of the Twilight Zone.
Reviews of each episode
Cast Information and a season-by-season commentary
- Release Date: 1963
The Twilight Zone videos Volume 19 include A Most Unusual Camera (Ep. 46, December 16, 1960), which features two thieves (Fred Clark and Jean Carson) who discover that a camera they have stolen takes pictures of the future. In this Twilight Zone episode, the writer looks at what happens when a gold mine is placed in greedy hands. But not every photo develops as might be expected in this Twilight Zone episode from Volume 19. The Jungle (Ep. 77, December 1, 1961) describes the experience of a businessman who has returned from a business trip to Africa. In The Twilight Zone 19 episode that's a real find for collectors, Alan Richards (John Dehner) scoffs at the voodoo lion curse that was placed on him. Yet soon he will sense that something is chasing him through the streets of New York City — and he’ll hear the sounds of the jungle. Another Twilight volume 19 episode, The 7th Is Made Up of Phantoms (Ep. 130, December 6, 1963) from these CBS videos, tells the story of a trio of National Guardsmen conducting war exercises near Little Big Horn in 1964. They encounter evidence that another battle is going on — the one that occurred in 1876. You'll want to buy The Twilight Zone videos and keep them as a rare collectibles after seeing Uncle Simon (Ep.128, November 15, 1963), in which you find out that Barbara Polk (Constance Ford) has taken care of her detested Uncle Simon (Cedric Hardwicke) for 25 years, waiting impatiently to inherit his wealth. But his will stipulates that she must take care of his latest invention, a robot with an unnervingly familiar personality.
Buy The Twilight Zone Volume 19 for more twists and turns with host and creator Rod Serling, who loves to take forays into the bizarre and macabre.