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The Twilight Zone: Volume 26 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: June 13, 2000
  • Audio:
    ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Mono
  • Cast: Gladys Cooper, Barry Morse, Ivan Dixon, Larry Blyden, Arch Johnson
  • Genre: TV Series
  • Color: Black & White
  • Includes:
    Special "Inside The Twilight Zone" Section, Written by Marc Scott Zicree
    Biographical Info On Rod Serling
    History of the Twilight Zone
    Reviews Of Each Episode
    Cast Information
    Season-By-Season Commentary
    Animated Menus
  • Release Date: 1964
Authentic The Twilight Zone DVDs are classic sci-fi tales that never lose their suspense. Join creator and host Rod Serling as he takes you on the most bizarre and sometimes macabre journeys that always leave you wondering. The Twilight Zone Volume 26 introduced viewers of the 1950s and 1960s to the sci-fi thriller that is so popular today.

Enter The Twilight Zone Volume 26 in which you'll find The Big Tall Wish (Episode 27, April 8, 1960). An over-the-hill prizefighter (Ivan Dixon) gets a boost from a little boy with a very rare gift in a disillusioned world — an unswerving belief in magic. In the intriguing Showdown with Rance McGrew Twilight Zone episode (Episode 85, February 2, 1962), TV cowboy star Rance McGrew (Larry Blyden) finds himself in a real Old West saloon, where Jesse James (Arch Johnson) challenges him to a showdown over television's negative depiction of outlaws. The Twilight Zone Volume 26 also includes A Piano in the House (Episode 87, February 16, 1962) in which Fitzgerald Fortune, a cynical critic played by Barry Morse, uses a magical player piano to disclose his party guests' hidden selves. He delights in the game, but when the tables are turned, a painful truth is revealed in this The Twilight Zone thriller. Night Call (Episode 139, February 7, 1964), finds lonely, Elva Keene (Gladys Cooper), who is confined to a wheelchair, getting numerous mysterious phone calls in this The Twilight Zone horror drama. Terrified, she screams the words that will doom her.

Buy The Twilight Volume 26 for a widely popular series that includes authentic versions of The Twilight Zone's episodes, which are always eerie, always a little macabre.


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