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Year: 1959 | 1960 | 1961 | 1962 | 1963 | 1964


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Where Is Everybody?

2 October 1959
Mike Ferris finds himself alone in the small Oakwood town and without recollection about his name, where he is or who he is. Mike wanders through the town trying to find a living soul. The tension increases and Mike has a breakdown.

Earl Holliman ... Mike Ferris

James Gregory ... Air Force General

Paul Langton ... Doctor

James McCallion ... Reporter #1
John Conwell ... Air Force Colonel
Jay Overholts ... Reporter #2 (as Jay Overholt)
Carter Mullally Jr. ... Air Force Captain (as Carter Mullaly)
Garry Walberg ... Reporter #3 (as Gary Walberg)
Jim Johnson ... Air Force Staff Sergeant

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: One for the Angels

9 October 1959
A pitchman is visited by Death and is forced to get his priorities in order.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Ed Wynn ... Lou Bookman

Murray Hamilton ... Mr. Death
Dana Dillaway ... Maggie Polanski
Jay Overholts ... Doctor

Merritt Bohn ... Truck Driver
Mickey Maga ... Ricky (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Mr. Denton on Doomsday

16 October 1959
The town drunk in the old-west faces his past when Fate lends a hand.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Dan Duryea ... Al Denton

Martin Landau ... Dan Hotaling

Jeanne Cooper ... Liz

Malcolm Atterbury ... Henry J. Fate

Ken Lynch ... Charlie
Arthur Batanides ... Leader

Bill Erwin ... Man

Robert Burton ... Doctor

Doug McClure ... Pete Grant
Tex Holden ... Barfly (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Barfly (uncredited)

Joe Phillips ... Barfly (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine

23 October 1959
Barbara Jean Trenton is a faded film star who lives in the past by constantly re-watching her old movies instead of moving on with her life, so her associates try to lure her out of her self-imposed isolation.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Ida Lupino ... Barbara Jean Trenton

Martin Balsam ... Danny Weiss

Jerome Cowan ... Jerry Hearndan

Ted de Corsia ... Marty Sall
Alice Frost ... Sally
John Clarke ... Young Jerry Hearndan (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Walking Distance

30 October 1959
A man travels back in time to his childhood, arriving just a few miles away from his native town.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Gig Young ... Martin Sloan

Frank Overton ... Robert Sloan

Irene Tedrow ... Mrs. Sloan
Michael Montgomery ... Young Marty

Ron Howard ... Wilcox Boy (as Ronnie Howard)

Byron Foulger ... Charlie
Sheridan Comerate ... Gas Station Attendant
Joe Corey ... Soda Jerk (as Joseph Corey)
Buzz Martin ... Teenager
Nan Peterson ... Woman in Park

Pat O'Malley ... Mr. Wilson

Bill Erwin ... Wilcox (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Escape Clause

6 November 1959
A hypochondriac man sells his soul to the devil, exchanging it for one million years of immortality.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

David Wayne ... Walter Bedeker

Thomas Gomez ... Cadwallader

Virginia Christine ... Ethel Bedeker

Raymond Bailey ... Doctor
Wendell Holmes ... Cooper

Dick Wilson ... Jack

Joe Flynn ... Steve
Nesdon Booth ... Guard (as Nesden Booth)
George Baxter ... Judge Cummings (uncredited)

Paul E. Burns ... Janitor (uncredited)
Allan Lurie ... Subway Guard (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Man in Subway (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Onlooker in Subway (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: The Lonely

13 November 1959
A convict, living alone on an asteroid, receives from the police a realistic woman-robot.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Jack Warden ... James A. Corry

John Dehner ... Captain Allenby

Jean Marsh ... Alicia

Ted Knight ... Adams (uncredited)
James Turley ... Carstairs (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Time Enough at Last

20 November 1959
A henpecked book lover finds himself blissfully alone with his books after a nuclear war.

Burgess Meredith ... Henry Bemis

Vaughn Taylor ... Mr. Carsville

Jacqueline deWit ... Helen Bemis (as Jaqueline deWit)
Lela Bliss ... Mrs. Chester
Robert Haines ... Bank Customer (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Perchance to Dream

27 November 1959
A fatigued man fights to stay awake as he explains to a psychiatrist that if he falls asleep it will trigger a nightmare, which will cause his heart to fail.

Richard Conte ... Edward Hall

John Larch ... Dr. Eliot Rathmann

Suzanne Lloyd ... Maya / Miss Thomas
Eddie Marr ... Girlie Barker (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Ted Stanhope ... Man on Street (uncredited)
Russell Trent ... Rifle Range Barker (uncredited)

Max Wagner ... Roller Coaster Operator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Judgment Night

4 December 1959
It's 1942, and a man finds himself on a ship in the Atlantic, not knowing who he is, nor how he got there. He does know the ship will soon be attacked by a German U-boat.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Nehemiah Persoff ... Carl Lanser
Deirdre Owens ... Barbara Stanley (as Deirdre Owen)

Patrick Macnee ... First Officer McLeod

Ben Wright ... Captain Wilbur

Leslie Bradley ... Major Devereaux

Kendrick Huxham ... Bartender
Hugh Sanders ... Jerry Potter

Richard Peel ... 1st Steward
Donald Journeaux ... 2nd Steward
Barry Bernard ... Engineer

James Franciscus ... Lt. Mueller
Debbie Joyce ... Little Girl (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Sailor in Ski Cap (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: And When the Sky Was Opened

11 December 1959
Three astronauts return to Earth after seemingly having made an encounter that dooms them and their craft to erasure from existence itself.

Rod Taylor ... Lieutenant Colonel Clegg Forbes

Jim Hutton ... Major William Gart (as James Hutton)

Charles Aidman ... Colonel Ed Harrington
Maxine Cooper ... Amy

Paul Bryar ... Bartender

Sue Randall ... Nurse
Joe Bassett ... Medical Officer
Lisabeth Field ... Nurse (uncredited)
Logan Field ... Investigator (uncredited)

S. John Launer ... Mr. Harrington (uncredited)
Oliver McGowan ... Officer (uncredited)

Gloria Pall ... Girl in Bar (uncredited)
Bernard Sell ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: What You Need

25 December 1959
A small time crook plans to exploit an old street peddler who has the uncanny knack of selling people exactly what they will shortly need.

Steve Cochran ... Fred Renard

Ernest Truex ... Pedott
Read Morgan ... Lefty

Arlene Martel ... Girl in Bar (as Arline Sax)
William Edmonson ... Bartender
Doris Karnes ... Woman
Fred Kruger ... Man on Street
Norman Sturgis ... Hotel Clerk
Juney Ellis ... Woman on Street (uncredited)
Frank Logan ... Waiter (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Mark Sunday ... Photographer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Four of Us Are Dying

1 January 1960
A man who can change his face to look like other people uses his ability to improve his life regardless of his affect on others.

Harry Townes ... Arch Hammer
Phillip Pine ... Virge Sterig

Ross Martin ... Johnny Foster

Don Gordon ... Andy Marshak
Harry Jackson ... Trumpeter
Bernard Fein ... Penell

Peter Brocco ... Mr. Marshak

Milton Frome ... Detective

Beverly Garland ... Maggie
Pat Comiskey ... Man in Bar (uncredited)
Bob Hopkins ... Man in Bar (uncredited)
Sam Rawlins ... Ramón (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Third from the Sun

8 January 1960
Two families of Government employees plan to steal a spaceship and travel to another planet just prior to a nuclear war. They must also deal with a stooge who wants to stop them.

Fritz Weaver ... William Sturka

Edward Andrews ... Carling
Joe Maross ... Jerry Riden
Denise Alexander ... Jody Sturka
Lori March ... Eve Sturka
Jeanne Evans ... Ann Riden

S. John Launer ... PA Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Will J. White ... Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: I Shot an Arrow into the Air

15 January 1960
Order breaks down between three surviving crewmen whose rocket ship crashes on an unknown world with limited water and supplies.

Dewey Martin ... Corey

Edward Binns ... Col. Bob Donlin
Ted Otis ... Pierson
Harry Bartell ... Langford
Leslie Barrett ... Brandt

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Hitch-Hiker

22 January 1960
A young woman driving cross country becomes frantic when she keeps passing the same man on the side of the road. No matter how fast she drives the man is always up ahead, hitching her for a ride.

Inger Stevens ... Nan Adams

Adam Williams ... Sailor

Lew Gallo ... Mechanic
Leonard Strong ... The Hitch-Hiker
Russ Bender ... Counterman

George Mitchell ... Gas Station Man

Eleanor Audley ... Mrs. Whitney (uncredited)

Mitzi McCall ... Waitress (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Dwight Townsend ... Highway Flagman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: The Fever

29 January 1960
An elderly man catches gambling fever from a slot machine that he believes is calling his name.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Everett Sloane ... Franklin Gibbs

Vivi Janiss ... Flora Gibbs
William Kendis ... Hansen
Lee Millar ... Joe
Lee Sands ... Floor Manager
Marc Towers ... Cashier
Art Lewis ... Drunk

Arthur Peterson ... Sheriff

Don Anderson ... Gambler (uncredited)
Alex Ball ... Gambler (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ... Gambler (uncredited)

Steve Carruthers ... Casino Worker / Gambler (uncredited)
George Ford ... Croupier (uncredited)
Ethelreda Leopold ... Gambler (uncredited)

Mitchell Rhein ... Croupier (uncredited)

Jeffrey Sayre ... Croupier (uncredited)
Bernard Sell ... Croupier (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: The Last Flight

5 February 1960
A World War I British fighter pilot lands at an American air force base in France 42 years in the future.
Kenneth Haigh ... Lt. William Terrance Decker

Alexander Scourby ... Maj. Gen. George Harper
Simon Scott ... Maj. Wilson

Robert Warwick ... A.V.M. Alexander 'Leadbottom' Mackaye, R.A.F.
Harry Raybould ... Corporal

Jerry Catron ... Guard
Paul Baxley ... Driver (uncredited)

Jack Perkins ... Ground Crewman (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: The Purple Testament

12 February 1960
A U.S. army lieutenant serving in the Philippines during WWII develops a harrowing ability to see in the faces of the men of his platoon, who will be the next ones to die.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Dick York ... Capt. Phil Riker

William Reynolds ... Lt. Fitzgerald

William Phipps ... Sergeant

Barney Phillips ... Capt. E.L. Gunther

S. John Launer ... Lieutenant Colonel

Michael Vandever ... Smitty

Paul Mazursky ... Orderly

Marc Cavell ... Freeman

Warren Oates ... Jeep Driver

Ron Masak ... Harmonica Man
Robert McCord ... Man Walking in Lobby (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Elegy

19 February 1960
Three astronauts touch down on an asteroid, where they discover a world of people that appear to be frozen in time. Confused, they theorize as to why everyone is motionless, until a man springs to life and explains.

Cecil Kellaway ... Jeremy Wickwire

Jeff Morrow ... Kurt Meyers

Don Dubbins ... Peter Kirby

Kevin Hagen ... Captain James Webber
Walter Bacon ... Beauty Contest Guest (uncredited)

Frank Baker ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)
George Boyce ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Alphonso DuBois ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Joseph Glick ... Rally Spectator (uncredited)

Chester Hayes ... Ice Cream Man (uncredited)

Jimmie Horan ... Minor Role (uncredited)
June McCall ... Beauty Contestant (uncredited)
William Meader ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Spec O'Donnell ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Charles Perry ... Spectator at Rally (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Beauty Contest Guest (uncredited)
Paul Power ... Farmer (uncredited)

Sue Randall ... Beauty Contestant (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Stephen Soldi ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Finch (uncredited)
Martin Strader ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Mirror Image

26 February 1960
While waiting in a bus station, Millicent Barnes has the strange feeling that her doppelganger is trying to take over her life.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Vera Miles ... Millicent Barnes

Martin Milner ... Paul Grinstead
Joseph Hamilton ... Ticket Agent (as Joe Hamilton)

Naomi Stevens ... Washroom Attendant
Therese Lyon ... Old Woman (as Terese Lyon)

Ferris Taylor ... Passenger
Edwin Rand ... Bus Driver

Season 1, Episode 22: The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street

4 March 1960
On a peaceful suburban street, strange occurrences and mysterious people stoke the residents' paranoia to a disastrous intensity.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Claude Akins ... Steve Brand

Barry Atwater ... Les Goodman

Jack Weston ... Charlie Farnsworth
Jan Handzlik ... Tommy
Amzie Strickland ... Woman
Burt Metcalfe ... Don Martin
Mary Gregory ... Sally
Jason Johnson ... Man
Anne Barton ... Myra Brand
Leah Waggner ... Mrs. Goodman (as Lea Waggner)
Joan Sudlow ... Old Woman

Ben Erway ... Pete Van Horn

Lyn Guild ... Mrs. Farnsworth
Sheldon Allman ... Alien
Bill Walsh ... Alien (as William Walsh)
Robert McCord ... Ice-Cream Vendor (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: A World of Difference

11 March 1960
A businessman sitting in his office inexplicably finds that he is on a production set and in a world where he is a movie star. Uninterested in the newfound fame, he fights to get back to his home and family.

Howard Duff ... Arthur Curtis / Gerry Reagan

David White ... Brinkley

Frank Maxwell ... Marty Fisher

Eileen Ryan ... Nora Reagan

Gail Kobe ... Sally
Peter Walker ... Sam
Susan Dorn ... Marion Curtis
Bill Idelson ... Kelly (as William Idelson)

Chet Brandenburg ... Technician (uncredited)

Michael Jeffers ... Technician (uncredited)
Thomas Martin ... Technician (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Camera Crew Member (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: Long Live Walter Jameson

18 March 1960
A father forbids a history professor from marrying his daughter when he discovers that the captivating lecturer is actually an immortal who has lived for thousands of years.

Kevin McCarthy ... Prof. Walter Jameson / Tom Bowen / Maj. Hugh Skelton
Edgar Stehli ... Professor Sam Kittridge

Estelle Winwood ... Laurette Bowen
Dodie Heath ... Susanna Kittridge (as Dody Heath)
Paul Denton ... Student (uncredited)
Beverly Englander ... Student (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Student (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: People Are Alike All Over

25 March 1960
Fearing the worst, the lone survivor of a crash-landing on Mars finds the native inhabitants, to his relief, very hospitable indeed, but there's a catch.

Roddy McDowall ... Sam Conrad

Susan Oliver ... Teenya
Paul Comi ... Marcusson

Byron Morrow ... Martian
Vic Perrin ... Martian
Vernon Gray ... Martian

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: Execution

1 April 1960
When a 20th-century scientist tests out his time machine he accidentally retrieves a 19th-century murderer - saving him from the hangman's noose. Unaware of the man's history, the two attempt to acclimatize him to his new surroundings.

Albert Salmi ... Joe Caswell

Russell Johnson ... Prof. Manion

Than Wyenn ... Paul Johnson

George Mitchell ... Old Man

Jon Lormer ... Minister
Fay Roope ... Judge
Richard Karlan ... Bartender
Joe Haworth ... TV Cowboy (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: The Big Tall Wish

8 April 1960
An aging boxer finds himself the winner of a match he thought he had lost, the result a six year old's frantic wish. But can a world-weary, embittered man still believe in miracles, or will he turn his back on it?

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Ivan Dixon ... Bolie Jackson
Steven Perry ... Henry Temple
Kim Hamilton ... Frances Temple

Walter Burke ... Joe Mizell
Henry Scott ... Thomas

Charles Horvath ... Joey Consiglio (uncredited)
Mike Lally ... Handler (uncredited)
Carl MacIntire ... Announcer (uncredited)

Dan Terranova ... Call Boy (uncredited)
Frankie Van ... Referee (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 28: A Nice Place to Visit

15 April 1960
When bad guy Henry Francis Valentine dies in a shootout with police, he wakes up in the next world where his every wish is granted forever, and ever.
Larry Blyden ... Henry Francis 'Rocky' Valentine

Sebastian Cabot ... Mr. Pip
John Close ... Cop (uncredited)
Barbara English ... Dancing Girl (uncredited)
Peter Hornsby ... Croupier (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Waiter (uncredited)
Bill Mullikin ... Parking Attendant (uncredited)
Nels P. Nelson ... Short Cop (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Wayne Tucker ... Croupier (uncredited)
Sandra Warner ... Girl (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: Nightmare as a Child

29 April 1960
A schoolteacher keeps seeing a strange little girl in her apartment building.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Janice Rule ... Helen Foley

Shepperd Strudwick ... Peter Selden
Terry Burnham ... Markie

Michael Fox ... Doctor
Joseph V. Perry ... Police Lieutenant (as Joe Perry)

Morgan Brittany ... Little Girl (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 30: A Stop at Willoughby

6 May 1960
Tired of his miserable job and wife, a businessman starts dreaming on the train each night, about an old, idyllic town called Willoughby. Soon he has to know whether the town is real and fancies the thought of seeking refuge there.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

James Daly ... Gart Williams

Howard Smith ... Misrell

Patricia Donahue ... Janie Williams

Jason Wingreen ... 1960 Conductor
Mavis Neal Palmer ... Helen (as Mavis Neal)
James Maloney ... 1888 Conductor

Billy Booth ... Short Boy (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Passenger (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Executive (uncredited)
Ryan Hayes ... Engineer (uncredited)
Butch Hengen ... Tall Boy (uncredited)
Perk Lazelle ... Executive (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Executive (uncredited)
Bernard Sell ... Executive (uncredited)
Max Slaten ... Man on Wagon (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Executive (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 31: The Chaser

13 May 1960
A young man obsessed with winning over an uninterested beauty gets more than he bargained for when he buys a love potion to gain her affection.

John McIntire ... Prof. A. Daemon

Patricia Barry ... Leila

George Grizzard ... Roger Shackleforth

J. Pat O'Malley ... Homburg

Marjorie Bennett ... Old Woman
Barbara Perry ... Blonde Woman
Rusty Wescoatt ... Tall Man

Duane Grey ... Bartender (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 32: A Passage for Trumpet

20 May 1960
A suicidally despondent trumpet player finds himself in a bizarre world where he seems to be the only moving being, except for one helpful other musician.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Jack Klugman ... Joey Crown

John Anderson ... Gabriel

Frank Wolff ... Baron

Mary Webster ... Nan

James Flavin ... Truck Driver

Ned Glass ... Pawnshop Man
Peter Gabel ... Guy with Match (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 33: Mr. Bevis

3 June 1960
An eccentric loser gets a new life from his guardian angel, but there is a price to keeping it.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Orson Bean ... James B.W. Bevis

Henry Jones ... J. Hardy Hempstead

Charles Lane ... Mr. Peckinpaugh

Horace McMahon ... Bartender

William Schallert ... Policeman
Florence MacMichael ... Margaret

Dorothy Neumann ... Landlady

Vito Scotti ... Peddler

House Peters Jr. ... Policeman
Colleen O'Sullivan ... Michelle (as Coleen O'Sullivan)
Timmy Cletro ... Boy

Season 1, Episode 34: The After Hours

10 June 1960
A woman is treated badly by some odd salespeople on an otherwise empty department store floor.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Anne Francis ... Marsha White

Elizabeth Allen ... Saleswoman

James Millhollin ... Mr. Armbruster
John Conwell ... Elevator Man

Patrick Whyte ... Mr. Sloan
Nancy Rennick ... Ms. Keevers

Don Anderson ... Shopper (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 35: The Mighty Casey

17 June 1960
A down-and-out baseball team's fortunes are lifted by a mysterious but seemingly unbeatable young player.

Rod Serling ... Narrator (voice)

Jack Warden ... Mouth McGarry

Abraham Sofaer ... Dr. Stillman
Robert Sorrells ... Casey
Alan Dexter ... Beasley

Don Kelly ... Monk (as Don O'Kelly)

Jonathan Hole ... Team Doctor

Rusty Lane ... Commissioner

Season 1, Episode 36: A World of His Own

1 July 1960
A writer demonstrates he can control reality simply by dictating changes.

Keenan Wynn ... Gregory West

Phyllis Kirk ... Victoria West
Mary LaRoche ... Mary (as Mary La Roche)
Modoc ... Elephant (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: King Nine Will Not Return

30 September 1960
A pilot of a downed WW II bomber comes to in the African desert and desperately tries to find out what happened to the rest of his crew.

Robert Cummings ... Capt. James Embry (as Bob Cummings)

Gene Lyons ... Psychiatrist

Paul Lambert ... Doctor
Jenna McMahon ... Nurse
Richard Lupino ... Blake (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Man in the Bottle

7 October 1960
A luckless couple stumbles upon fortune when a genie materializes from a bottle in their antique shop. The genie grants them four wishes but warns them, prophetically, to be careful what you wish for.

Luther Adler ... Arthur Castle

Vivi Janiss ... Edna Castle

Joseph Ruskin ... Genie

Olan Soule ... IRS Man (as Olan Soulé)
Lisa Golm ... Mrs. Gumley

Peter Coe ... German (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Albert Szabo ... German Officer #2 (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Nervous Man in a Four Dollar Room

14 October 1960
Small time criminal Jackie Rhoades must face both his past and his conscience while waiting for his next assignment.

Joe Mantell ... Jackie Rhoades
William D. Gordon ... George

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: A Thing About Machines

28 October 1960
Bartlett Finchley's paranoia about the machines around proves true.

Richard Haydn ... Bartlett Finchley

Barbara Stuart ... Edith

Barney Phillips ... TV Repairman

Henry Beckman ... Policeman
Jay Overholts ... Intern
Margarita Cordova ... Girl on TV
Lew Brown ... Telephone Repairman (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Howling Man

4 November 1960
Seeking refuge from a storm, a traveler comes upon a bizarre abbey of monks, who have imprisoned a man who begs for his help. When he confronts the head monk, he is told that the man is the Devil, and he must decide whom to believe.

John Carradine ... Brother Jerome

H.M. Wynant ... David Ellington

Robin Hughes ... Howling Man

Friedrich von Ledebur ... Brother Christophorus (as Frederic Ledebur)
Ezelle Poule ... Housekeeper

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Eye of the Beholder

11 November 1960
A young woman lying in a hospital bed, her head wrapped in bandages, awaits the outcome of a surgical procedure performed by the State in a last-ditch attempt to make her look "normal".

Season 2, Episode 7: Nick of Time

18 November 1960
A pair of newlyweds stopping in a small town are trapped by their own superstition when playing a fortune telling machine in a local diner.

William Shatner ... Don Carter

Patricia Breslin ... Pat Carter

Guy Wilkerson ... Counterman

Stafford Repp ... Mechanic

Walter Reed ... Desperate Man
Dee Carroll ... Desperate Woman
Robert McCord ... Diner Patron (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: The Lateness of the Hour

2 December 1960
The daughter of an inventor objects to their "perfect" home where they are waited on by mechanical servants.

Inger Stevens ... Jana

John Hoyt ... Dr. Loren

Irene Tedrow ... Mrs. Loren
Tom Palmer ... Robert
Mary Gregory ... Nelda
Valley Keene ... Suzanne
Doris Karnes ... Gretchen
Jason Johnson ... Jensen

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Trouble with Templeton

9 December 1960
A nostalgic actor revisits his late wife and friends at their old haunt, only to find that he is now out of place there.

Brian Aherne ... Booth Templeton

Pippa Scott ... Laura Templeton

Sydney Pollack ... Arthur Willis

Dave Willock ... Marty

King Calder ... Sid Sperry

Larry J. Blake ... Freddie (as Larry Blake)
David Thursby ... Eddie
Charles S. Carlson ... Barney Flueger (as Charles Carlson)
Paul Bradley ... Crowd Member (uncredited)
Kenneth Gibson ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Robert Haines ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
John Kroger ... Ed Page (uncredited)

Monty O'Grady ... Crowd Member (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: A Most Unusual Camera

16 December 1960
When three unintelligent crooks get ahold of a camera that takes pictures of the future, they set out to make a quick fortune with their new toy.

Fred Clark ... Chester Dietrich

Jean Carson ... Paula Diedrich

Adam Williams ... Woodward
Marcel Hillaire ... Pierre - Waiter

Franklyn Farnum ... Man at Racetrack (uncredited)
Art Lewis ... Racetrack Tout (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Man at Racetrack (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Night of the Meek

23 December 1960
After a derelict Santa Claus is fired on Christmas Eve, he finds a mysterious bag that gives out presents. With this bag he sets out to fulfill his one wish - to see the less fortunate inherit the bounties of Christmas.

Art Carney ... Henry Corwin

John Fiedler ... Mr. Dundee
Robert P. Lieb ... Flaherty

Val Avery ... The Bartender

Meg Wyllie ... Sister Florence
Kay Cousins Johnson ... Irate Mother (as Kay Cousins)

Burt Mustin ... Old Man

Steve Carruthers ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Andrea Darvi ... Kid with Santa (uncredited)
Jimmy Garrett ... Street Child (uncredited)
Larrian Gillespie ... Elf (uncredited)

Jack Kenny ... Man in Mission (uncredited)

Mathew McCue ... Man in Mission (uncredited)

Frank Mills ... Man in Mission (uncredited)
Mike Morelli ... Man in Mission (uncredited)
Nan Peterson ... Blonde in Bar (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Man in Mission (uncredited)
Glen Walters ... Store Customer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Dust

6 January 1961
A sympathetic sheriff and a callous con man are among the many who gather in a desert town on a hot day to see a man hung for killing a child while drunk.

Thomas Gomez ... Peter Sykes

John Larch ... Sheriff Koch

Vladimir Sokoloff ... Gallegos

John A. Alonzo ... Luís Gallegos (as John Alonso)

Paul Genge ... John Canfield

Dorothy Adams ... Mrs. Canfield

Duane Grey ... Rogers

Jon Lormer ... Man (as John Lormer)
Andrea Darvi ... Estrelita Gallegos (as Andrea Margolis)
Doug Heyes Jr. ... Farmer Boy (as Douglas Heyes)
George Blagoi ... Townsman (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Townsman (uncredited)

Alphonso DuBois ... Townsman (uncredited)
Richard LaMarr ... Townsman (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Lawman (uncredited)
Daniel Núñez ... Townsman (uncredited)
Paul Ravel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Armando Rodriguez ... Townsman (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Dan White ... Man #2 (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Back There

13 January 1961
At a prominent club in Washington, D.C., a socialite argues about whether it would be possible to change history by traveling back in time. When he leaves the club he finds himself in 1865, on the night that President Lincoln will be shot.

Russell Johnson ... Pete Corrigan

Paul Hartman ... Police Sergeant

Bartlett Robinson ... William
John Lasell ... Jonathan Wellington

Jimmy Lydon ... Patrolman (as James Lydon)

Raymond Bailey ... Millard
Raymond Greenleaf ... Jackson
John Eldredge ... Whittaker
James Gavin ... Policeman
Jean Inness ... Mrs. Landers
Lew Brown ... Lieutenant

Carol Eve Rossen ... Lieutenant's Girl (as Carol Rossen)
Nora Marlowe ... Chambermaid

Pat O'Malley ... Attendant
Fred Kruger ... 1865 Attendant (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: The Whole Truth

20 January 1961
A used car salesman buys a car that dooms him to tell only the truth!

Jack Carson ... Harvey Hunnicut
Loring Smith ... Honest Luther Grimbley

George Chandler ... Old Man

Jack Ging ... Young Man

Arte Johnson ... Irv

Patrick Westwood ... The Premier's Translator
Lee Sabinson ... Nikita Khrushchev
Nan Peterson ... Young Woman

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: The Invaders

27 January 1961
When a woman investigates a clamor on the roof of her rural house, she discovers a small UFO and little aliens emerging from it. Or so it seems.

Agnes Moorehead ... Woman
Douglas Heyes ... Astronaut (voice) (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: A Penny for Your Thoughts

3 February 1961
Gaining telepathic abilities when his coin lands on its edge bank clerk Hector B. Poole learns about the difference between other people's plans and fantasies.

Dick York ... Hector B. Poole
June Dayton ... Helen Turner

Dan Tobin ... E.M. Bagby
Cyril Delevanti ... L.J. Smithers

Hayden Rorke ... Sykes

James Nolan ... Jim
Frank London ... Driver
Anthony Ray ... Newsboy

Patrick Waltz ... Brand

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Twenty Two

10 February 1961
While in the hospital recovering from overwork, Liz Powell keeps dreaming about going down to the hospital morgue.

Barbara Nichols ... Liz Powell

Jonathan Harris ... The Doctor
Fredd Wayne ... Barney Kamener

Arlene Martel ... Nurse in Morgue (as Arline Sax)

Mary Adams ... Day Nurse
Norma Connolly ... Night Nurse

Wesley Lau ... Airline Agent
Angus Duncan ... Ticket Clerk
Carole Conn ... Sax Double (uncredited)
Jay Overholts ... PA Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Joseph Sargent ... Ticket Clerk (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Odyssey of Flight 33

24 February 1961
Passing through the sound barrier a commercial airliner inadvertently travels back in time.

John Anderson ... Capt. 'Skipper' Farver
Paul Comi ... 1st Officer John Craig

Sandy Kenyon ... Navigator Hatch

Wayne Heffley ... 2nd Officer Wyatt

Harp McGuire ... Flight Engineer Purcell

Betty Garde ... Passenger
Beverly Brown ... Janie
Nancy Rennick ... Paula
Jay Overholts ... Passenger

Lester Fletcher ... RAF Man
Robert McCord ... Passenger (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Mr. Dingle, the Strong

3 March 1961
A timid vacuum-cleaner salesman is given the strength of 300 men by some experimenting aliens.

Season 2, Episode 20: Static

10 March 1961
An old radio is taking bitter bachelor Ed Lindsay back to a happier time before what he considers worthless tripe on television when he starts picking up radio programs from the 1930's and 1940's.

Dean Jagger ... Ed Lindsay

Carmen Mathews ... Vinnie

Robert Emhardt ... Professor Ackerman

Arch Johnson ... Roscoe Bragg (as Arch W. Johnson)

Alice Pearce ... Mrs. Nielson
Clegg Hoyt ... Shopkeeper

Stephen Talbot ... The Boy
Lillian O'Malley ... Miss Meredith

Pat O'Malley ... Mr. Llewellyn

Bob Crane ... Disc Jockey (uncredited)
Bob Duggan ... Man #1 (uncredited)
Jerry Fuller ... Rock Singer (uncredited)
Eddie Marr ... Real Estate Pitchman (uncredited)
Jay Overholts ... Man #2 (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Diane Strom ... Girl in Commercial (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: The Prime Mover

24 March 1961
A compulsive gambler cajoles his friend to use his telekinesis to affect the results of the gambling tables in Las Vegas.

Dane Clark ... Ace Larsen

Buddy Ebsen ... Jimbo Cobb
Christine White ... Kitty Cavanaugh
Nesdon Booth ... Big Phil Nolan

Clancy Cooper ... Trucker
Jane Burgess ... Sheila

William Keene ... Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Robert Riordan ... Hotel Manager (uncredited)
Joe Scott ... Croupier (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Long Distance Call

31 March 1961
A toy telephone becomes the link between a young boy and his dead grandmother.

Philip Abbott ... Chris Bayles
Lili Darvas ... Grandma Bayles

Patricia Smith ... Sylvia Bayles

Bill Mumy ... Billy Bayles (as Billy Mumy)

Jenny Maxwell ... The Baby Sitter
Reid Hammond ... Mr. Peterson
Henry Hunter ... The Doctor
Lew Brown ... The Fireman

Arch Johnson ... Fireman (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... 1st Fireman (uncredited)
Jutta Parr ... Nurse (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
James Turley ... 2nd Fireman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: A Hundred Yards Over the Rim

7 April 1961
A pioneer from a wagon train in 1847 sets off to find something for his ill son and stumbles into present day New Mexico.

Cliff Robertson ... Christian Horn

John Crawford ... Joe
Evans Evans ... Mary Lou

Edward Platt ... Doctor (as Ed Platt)
Miranda Jones ... Martha Horn
Ken Drake ... Man
Robert McCord ... Sheriff (as Robert L. McCord III)
Jennifer Bunker ... Woman

John Astin ... Charlie

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: The Rip Van Winkle Caper

21 April 1961
After successfully stealing a gold shipment, a group of criminals and their scientist accomplice put themselves in suspended animation in a remote desert cave. When they awaken decades later, complications ensue when their truck is destroyed.

Simon Oakland ... De Cruz

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Farwell (as Oscar Beregi)

Lew Gallo ... Brooks

John Mitchum ... Erbie
Wallace Rooney ... George
Shirley O'Hara ... George's Wife

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: The Silence

28 April 1961
Annoyed by a club member's constant chatter, a man bets him he cannot remain silent for a year, living in a glass enclosure in the club basement.

Franchot Tone ... Col. Archie Taylor

Liam Sullivan ... Jamie Tennyson
Cyril Delevanti ... Franklin
Everett Glass ... Club Member
Felix Locher ... Club Member
John Holland ... Club Member

Jonathan Harris ... George Alfred
David Ahdar ... Club Member (uncredited)
John Alban ... Club Member (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ... Club Member (uncredited)
John Clark ... Club Member (uncredited)
Oliver Cross ... Club Member (uncredited)
Paul Gustine ... Club Member (uncredited)
Robert Haines ... Club Member (uncredited)
Ed Haskett ... Club Member (uncredited)
Jean Heremans ... Club Member (uncredited)

Stuart Holmes ... Club Member (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Club Member (uncredited)
Mike Lally ... Workman #1 (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Club Member (uncredited)
Ted O'Shea ... Club Member (uncredited)

Scott Seaton ... Club Member (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Waiter (uncredited)
James Turley ... Workman #2 / Club Member (uncredited)
Allen Zeidman ... Club Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Shadow Play

5 May 1961
Adam Grant is trapped in a recurring nightmare, in which he is sentenced to death by execution. He tries to convince the people around him that they are imaginary and that they will cease to exist if the execution is carried out.

Dennis Weaver ... Adam Grant

Harry Townes ... Henry Ritchie
Wright King ... Paul Carson
William Edmonson ... Jiggs
Anne Barton ... Carol Ritchie

Bernie Hamilton ... Coley
Tommy Nello ... Phillips
Mack Williams ... Father Beaman

Gene Roth ... Judge

Chet Brandenburg ... Juror (uncredited)
John Close ... Guard (uncredited)

Howard Culver ... Jury Foreman (uncredited)
Jack Hyde ... Attorney (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Juror (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Juror (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 27: The Mind and the Matter

12 May 1961
Using the power of mind over matter, Archibald Beechcroft remakes the world to his own specifications.

Shelley Berman ... Archibald Beechcroft

Jack Grinnage ... Henry
Chet Stratton ... Rogers
Robert McCord ... Elevator Operator (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Jeane Wood ... Landlady (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?

26 May 1961
Following a frantic phone call about a crashed spaceship, two policeman try and determine who among the passengers of a bus at a snowed-in roadside diner is from another world.

John Hoyt ... Ross

Jean Willes ... Ethel McConnell

Jack Elam ... Avery

Barney Phillips ... Haley the Bartender

John Archer ... Trooper Bill Padgett
William Kendis ... Olmstead (as Bill Kendis)

Morgan Jones ... Trooper Dan Perry
Gertrude Flynn ... Rose Kramer

Bill Erwin ... Peter Kramer
Jill Ellis ... Connie Prince
Ron Kipling ... George Prince

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: The Obsolete Man

2 June 1961
In a future totalitarian society, a librarian is declared obsolete and sentenced to death.

Burgess Meredith ... Romney Wordsworth

Fritz Weaver ... Chancellor
Josip Elic ... Subaltern (as Josep Elic)
Harry Fleer ... Guard
Barry Brooks ... Board Member
Harold Innocent ... Board Member
Jane Romeyn ... Board Member

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Two

15 September 1961
Two survivors of an apocalyptic battle, a man and a woman from each opposing sides, approach each other suspiciously.

Elizabeth Montgomery ... The Woman

Charles Bronson ... The Man

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The Arrival

22 September 1961
Federal aviation investigator Grant Sheckly must deal with a mystery when a plane lands at an airport without pilots, passengers or luggage.

Harold J. Stone ... Grant Sheckly
Fredd Wayne ... Paul Malloy

Noah Keen ... Airline Executive Bengston (as Noah Keene)

Robert Karnes ... Robbins

Bing Russell ... George Cousins
Jim Boles ... Dispatcher

Robert Brubaker ... Tower Operator (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: The Shelter

29 September 1961
A suburban dinner party is interrupted by a bulletin warning of an impending nuclear attack. As the neighbors scramble to prepare themselves, they turn against the one family that installed a permanent bomb shelter.

Larry Gates ... Dr. Bill Stockton
Joseph Bernard ... Marty Weiss

Jack Albertson ... Jerry Harlowe

Peggy Stewart ... Grace Stockton

Sandy Kenyon ... Frank Henderson

Michael Burns ... Paul Stockton
Jo Helton ... Martha Harlowe
Moria Turner ... Mrs. Weiss
Mary Gregory ... Mrs. Henderson
John McLiam ... Man

Scotty Morrow ... Boy (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Passersby

6 October 1961
While headed home a Confederate soldier meets an anguished woman at the end of the Civil War.

James Gregory ... Confederate Sergeant

Joanne Linville ... Lavinia Godwin

Rex Holman ... Charlie Constable
David Garcia ... Union Lieutenant

Warren J. Kemmerling ... Jud Godwin (as Warren Kemmerling)
Austin Green ... President Abraham Lincoln

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: A Game of Pool

13 October 1961
A frustrated pool champ has beaten everyone. Everyone except one man; the legend, Fats Brown. Brown is dead, and the champ can only curse his name. But guess who just walked in.

Jack Klugman ... Jesse Cardiff

Jonathan Winters ... James Howard "Fats" Brown
Dee Sharon ... Brown's Girlfriend (scenes deleted)
Margie Liszt ... Caller (voice) (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: The Mirror

20 October 1961
A Central American revolutionary comes into the possession of a mirror that shows him his potential assassins.

Peter Falk ... Ramos Clemente

Will Kuluva ... General De Cruz
Antony Carbone ... Cristo
Arthur Batanides ... Tabal
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Garcia (as Rodolfo Hoyos)

Vladimir Sokoloff ... Father Tomas
Richard Karlan ... D'Alessandro
Robert McCord ... Bearded Guard with Priest (uncredited)
Val Ruffino ... Guard (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: The Grave

27 October 1961
Old West lawman Conny Miller visits the grave of a man who he failed to track down to prove he was never afraid of him but gets more than he bargained for.

Lee Marvin ... Conny Miller

James Best ... Johnny Rob

Strother Martin ... Mothershed
Elen Willard ... Ione Sykes

Lee Van Cleef ... Steinhart

William Challee ... Jasen

Stafford Repp ... Ira Broadly
Larry Johns ... Corcoran
Dick Geary ... Pinto Sykes (as Richard Geary)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: It's a Good Life

3 November 1961
On an isolated family farm, a young boy with vast mental powers, but lacking emotional development, holds his terrified family in thrall to his every juvenile wish.

Season 3, Episode 9: Deaths-Head Revisited

10 November 1961
A former German SS captain returns to Dachau concentration camp and begins reminiscing on the power he enjoyed there, until he finds himself on trial by those who died at his hands.

Joseph Schildkraut ... Alfred Becker

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... SS Capt. Gunther Lutze (as Oscar Beregi)

Kaaren Verne ... Innkeeper (as Karen Verne)
Robert Boon ... Taxi Driver

Ben Wright ... Doctor

Gene Coogan ... Victim (uncredited)
Chuck Fox ... Victim (uncredited)

Jimmie Horan ... Victim (uncredited)
David O. McCall ... Victim (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Victim (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: The Midnight Sun

17 November 1961
When the Earth falls out of orbit, two women try to cope with increasingly oppressive heat in a nearly abandoned city.

Lois Nettleton ... Norma

Betty Garde ... Mrs. Bronson

Tom Reese ... Intruder

Jason Wingreen ... Mr. Shuster
Juney Ellis ... Mrs. Shuster (as June Ellis)

William Keene ... Doctor

Ned Glass ... Fridge Repairman (uncredited)
John McLiam ... Cop (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Robert Stevenson ... Radio Announcer (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Still Valley

24 November 1961
In June 1863, Confederate soldiers come across a warlock who can help bring victory to the Southern cause.

Gary Merrill ... Sgt. Joseph Paradine

Vaughn Taylor ... Teague

Mark Tapscott ... Lieutenant
Jack Mann ... Mallory

Ben Cooper ... Dauger
Addison Myers ... Sentry (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: The Jungle

1 December 1961
A businessman who has recently returned from Africa is stalked by the superstitions and warnings of a witch doctor.

John Dehner ... Alan Richards

Walter Brooke ... Chad Cooper

Jay Adler ... Tramp
Emily McLaughlin ... Doris Richards
Hugh Sanders ... Templeton
Howard Wright ... Hardy
Donald Foster ... Sinclair
Jay Overholts ... Taxi Driver

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Zamba ... Lion (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Once Upon a Time

15 December 1961
Janitor Woodrow Mulligan gets a trip from 1890 to 1962 courtesy of his employer's time helmet.

Buster Keaton ... Woodrow Mulligan

Stanley Adams ... Rollo

James Flavin ... 1962 Policeman
Gil Lamb ... Officer Flannagan

Jesse White ... Repair Man
Harry Fleer ... 1962 Policeman #2 (uncredited)
Norman Papson ... Trumpeter (uncredited)
Warren Parker ... Clothes Store Manager (uncredited)
Milton Parsons ... Prof. Gilbert (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

George E. Stone ... Fenwick (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Sidewalk Onlooker (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Five Characters in Search of an Exit

22 December 1961
An army major awakens in a small room with no idea of who he is or how he got there. He finds four other people in the same room, and they all begin to question how they each arrived there, and more importantly, how to escape.
Susan Harrison ... The Ballerina

William Windom ... The Major (as Bill Windom)

Murray Matheson ... The Clown
Kelton Garwood ... The Tramp
Clark Allen ... The Bagpiper
Carol Hill ... Woman
Mona Houghton ... Little Girl

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: A Quality of Mercy

29 December 1961
Hot shot new Lieutanant Katell tries to make his mark on the last day of World War II in the Pacific and gets a unique perspective on his actions.

Dean Stockwell ... Lt. Katell / Lt. Yamuri

Albert Salmi ... Sgt. Causarano
Rayford Barnes ... Andrew Watkins

Ralph Votrian ... Hanachek

Leonard Nimoy ... Hansen
Dale Ishimoto ... Sgt. Yamazaki

Jerry Fujikawa ... Japanese Captain (as J.H. Fujikawa)

Michael Pataki ... Jeep Driver (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: Nothing in the Dark

5 January 1962
An old woman has fought with death a thousand times and has always won. But now she finds herself afraid to let a wounded policeman in her door for fear he is Mr. Death. Is he?

Gladys Cooper ... Wanda Dunn

Robert Redford ... Harold Beldon

R.G. Armstrong ... Contractor

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: One More Pallbearer

12 January 1962
Wealthy Paul Radin tries to get three people from his past to apologize to him by offering them shelter from a staged and phony nuclear war scenario.

Joseph Wiseman ... Paul Radin
Katherine Squire ... Mrs. Langsford

Trevor Bardette ... Colonel Hawthorne
Gage Clarke ... Reverend Hughes
Josip Elic ... Electrician (uncredited)
Ray Galvin ... Cop (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Robert Snyder ... Electrician (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Dead Man's Shoes

19 January 1962
A homeless man takes the shoes of a dead gangster and steps into his life.

Warren Stevens ... Nathan 'Nate' Bledsoe

Richard Devon ... Dagget

Joan Marshall ... Wilma

Ben Wright ... Chips
Harry Swoger ... Sam

Ron Hagerthy ... Ben

Florence Marly ... Dagget's Girlfriend (as Florence Marley)
Joseph Mell ... Jimmy (as Joe Mell)
Eugene Borden ... Maitre d' (uncredited)

Susie Garrett ... Pianist (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Car Passenger (uncredited)
Frieda Rentie ... Pianist (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: The Hunt

26 January 1962
Upon returning from a coon hunt, Hyder Simpson discovers that no one can see or hear him because he has passed on.

Arthur Hunnicutt ... Hyder Simpson

Jeanette Nolan ... Rachel Simpson

Robert Foulk ... Gatekeeper (as Robert Faulk)
Dexter Dupont ... Angel

Orville Sherman ... Tillman Miller
Charles Seel ... Reverend Wood

Titus Moede ... Wesley Miller

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: Showdown with Rance McGrew

2 February 1962
The star of a Western TV series suddenly finds himself transported back in time to the real Wild West, and face-to-face with the real Jesse James.
Larry Blyden ... Rance McGrew

Arch Johnson ... Jesse James

Robert Cornthwaite ... Director

Robert Stevenson ... TV Bartender (as Robert J. Stevenson)

Bill McLean ... Prop Man (as William McLean)

Troy Melton ... Cowboy #1
Jay Overholts ... Cowboy #2
Hal K. Dawson ... Old Man
Bob Kline ... TV Jesse James (as Robert Kline)
James Turley ... Rance's Double (as Jim Turley)
Robert McCord ... Man in Saloon (uncredited)

Alvy Moore ... Man on Stool (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Crew Member (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ... Man in Saloon (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: Kick the Can

9 February 1962
An old man living in a rest home thinks he's found the secret of youth in children's games.

Ernest Truex ... Charles Whitley

Russell Collins ... Ben Conroy

John Marley ... Sunnyvale Superintendant Cox

Hank Patterson ... Freitag

Earle Hodgins ... Agee (as Earl Hodgins)

Marjorie Bennett ... Mrs. Summers
Lenore Shanewise ... Mrs. Densley
Anne O'Neal ... Mrs. Wister

Burt Mustin ... Carlson
Gregory McCabe ... Boy #1 (uncredited)
Eve McVeagh ... Nurse (uncredited)

Scott Seaton ... Resident (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Barry Truex ... David Whitley (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: A Piano in the House

16 February 1962
Sadistic and hated theater critic Fitzgerald Fortune buys a player piano that has the power to reveal the souls of all who hear it.

Barry Morse ... Fitzgerald Fortune

Joan Hackett ... Esther Fortune

Don Durant ... Gregory Walker

Muriel Landers ... Marge Moore

Philip Coolidge ... Throckmorton
Cyril Delevanti ... Marvin - Butler

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank

23 February 1962
A young man wakes up at his own funeral and wants to know what the heck is going on. The townfolk are glad to see him back, but they begin to wonder if he's a man.. or something else?

James Best ... Jeff Myrtlebank

Sherry Jackson ... Comfort Gatewood

Edgar Buchanan ... Doc Bolton

Lance Fuller ... Orgram Gatewood

Dub Taylor ... Peters

Ralph Moody ... Pa Myrtlebank

Jon Lormer ... Strauss
Ezelle Poule ... Ma Myrtlebank
James Houghton ... Jerry (as Jim Houghton)
Helen Wallace ... Ma Gatewood

William Fawcett ... Reverend Siddons
Mabel Forrest ... Mrs. Ferguson
Vickie Barnes ... Liz Myrtlebank
Patrick Hector ... Tom (as Pat Hector)
Fred Rapport ... Townsman (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: To Serve Man

2 March 1962
An alien race comes to earth, promising peace and sharing technology. A linguist and his team set out to translate the alien's language, using a book whose title they deduce is "To Serve Man".

Lloyd Bochner ... Michael Chambers

Susan Cummings ... Patty

Richard Kiel ... Kanamit

Hardie Albright ... Secretary General

Theodore Marcuse ... Citizen Gregori

Bartlett Robinson ... Colonel #1

Carleton Young ... Colonel #2 (as Carlton Young)

Nelson Olmsted ... Scientist
Robert Tafur ... Señor Valdes
Lomax Study ... Leveque

Jerry Fujikawa ... Japanese Delegate (as J.H. Fujikawa)
David Armstrong ... Security Guard (uncredited)
Mary Ellen Batten ... 1st Woman in Line (uncredited)
Gene Benton ... Reporter #2 (uncredited)
Keith Britton ... 1st Man in Line (uncredited)
John Burnside ... Cameraman (uncredited)
William Burnside ... Cameraman (uncredited)
Jeanne Evans ... Woman #2 (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... UN Translator (uncredited)
Mike Lally ... UN Official (uncredited)
Adrienne Marden ... Woman #1 (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... UN Translator (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... UN Official (uncredited)
Ted O'Shea ... Dignitary (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Cameraman (uncredited)
Jack Ramstead ... Man in Line (uncredited)
Fred Rapport ... Dignitary (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Man in Line (uncredited)

Joseph Ruskin ... Kanamit (voice) (uncredited)

Jeffrey Sayre ... UN Translator (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Charles Tannen ... 1st Man in Line (uncredited)
James Turley ... (uncredited)
James Wellman ... 2nd Man in Line (uncredited)
Will J. White ... Reporter #1 (uncredited)
Bob Whitney ... UN Translator (uncredited)
Sally Yarnell ... Woman in Line (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: The Fugitive

9 March 1962
Jenny and the other kids don't realize that the kindly yet magical old duffer they play with in the park is really an intergalactic fugitive hiding out till two serious men come looking for him, asking questions that test their friendship.

Susan Gordon ... Jenny

J. Pat O'Malley ... Old Ben

Nancy Kulp ... Agnes Gann

Wesley Lau ... Man #1
Paul Tripp ... Man #2
Russ Bender ... Doctor

Stephen Talbot ... Howie Gutliff
Johnny Eimen ... Pitcher (as Johnny Eiman)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 26: Little Girl Lost

16 March 1962
Awakened in the middle of the night by the cries of his daughter, a father enters the girl's room to find that she has vanished - even though he can still hear her crying out for help.
Sarah Marshall ... Ruth Miller

Robert Sampson ... Chris Miller

Charles Aidman ... Bill

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Tracy Stratford ... Tina Miller (uncredited)
Rhoda Williams ... Tina Miller (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 27: Person or Persons Unknown

23 March 1962
David Gurney wakes up to another ordinary day. Except today, nobody knows who he is.

Richard Long ... David Andrew Gurney

Frank Silvera ... Dr. Koslenko
Shirley Ballard ... Wilma #1
Julie Van Zandt ... Wilma #2
Betty Harford ... Clerk
Edmund Glover ... Sam Baker (as Ed Glover)

Michael Keep ... Policeman

Joe Higgins ... Bank Guard
John Newton ... Cooper
Robert McCord ... Man on Steps Eating Apple (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 28: The Little People

30 March 1962
On a desolate planet, two astronauts discover an entire society populated by incredibly small beings. One of them decides to rule the society as god.
Joe Maross ... Navigator Peter Craig

Claude Akins ... Cmdr. William Fletcher
Michael Ford ... Spaceman
Robert Eaton ... Spaceman

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 29: Four O'Clock

6 April 1962
A very obsessed man wants to expose evil in the world, investigating people he sees as murderers, subversives, perverts and communists, then attempting to ruin their lives.

Theodore Bikel ... Oliver Crangle
Phyllis Love ... Mrs. Lucas

Linden Chiles ... Hall

Moyna MacGill ... Mrs. Williams

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 30: Hocus-Pocus and Frisby

13 April 1962
A rural gas station attendant given to telling tall tales about himself is kidnapped by aliens who believe him to be one of Earth's leading intellects.

Andy Devine ... Somerset Frisby
Milton Selzer ... Alien

Howard McNear ... Mitchell

Dabbs Greer ... Scanlan

Clem Bevans ... Pete
Larry Breitman ... Alien (uncredited)

Peter Brocco ... Alien (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 31: The Trade-Ins

20 April 1962
An elderly couple shop for younger replacement bodies, then resort to desperate measures to cover the cost.

Joseph Schildkraut ... John Holt

Noah Keen ... Mr. Vance
Alma Platt ... Marie Holt

Theodore Marcuse ... Farraday (as Ted Marcuse)

Edson Stroll ... Young John Holt
Terence de Marney ... Gambler (as Terrence deMarney)

Sailor Vincent ... Gambler (as Billy Vincent)
Mary McMahon ... Receptionist
David Armstrong ... Surgeon

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 32: The Gift

27 April 1962
A man from the stars comes with a gift to a small Mexican village whose residents do not welcome this stranger.

Geoffrey Horne ... Williams - the Alien

Nico Minardos ... Doctor

Cliff Osmond ... Manolo
Edmund Vargas ... Pedro - Orphan Boy

Vladimir Sokoloff ... Guitarist

Paul Mazursky ... Officer

Henry Corden ... Sanchez

Vito Scotti ... Rudolpho

Carmen D'Antonio ... Woman (uncredited)

David Fresco ... Man (uncredited)
Lea Marmer ... Woman (uncredited)
Joseph V. Perry ... Man (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 33: The Dummy

4 May 1962
Ventriloquist Jerry Etherson is convinced that his dummy, Willie, is alive and evil. He locks Willie in a trunk and makes plans for a new act with a new dummy. Too bad he didn't clear those plans with Willie first.

Cliff Robertson ... Jerry Etherson

Frank Sutton ... Frank

George Murdock ... Willie

John Harmon ... Georgie
Sandra Warner ... Noreen

Ralph Manza ... Doorkeeper
Rudy Dolan ... Emcee (uncredited)
Bethelynn Grey ... Chorus Girl (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Edy Williams ... Chorus Girl (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 34: Young Man's Fancy

11 May 1962
Newlywed Alex Walker finds himself being pulled back to his childhood and back to his widowed mother in the house where he grew up.

Phyllis Thaxter ... Virginia Lane Walker

Alex Nicol ... Alex Walker
Wallace Rooney ... Mr. Wilkinson
Helen Brown ... Mrs. Henrietta Walker
Ricky Kelman ... Young Alex (as Rickey Kelman)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 35: I Sing the Body Electric

18 May 1962
A recent widower, needing loving care for his three young children, orders a cybernetic "grandmother". While two of the children accept her, one of his daughters fiercely rejects her, with near tragic consequences.

Josephine Hutchinson ... Grandma Robot

David White ... George Rogers

Vaughn Taylor ... Salesman
Doris Packer ... Nedra

Charles Herbert ... Tom Rogers

Veronica Cartwright ... Anne Rogers
Dana Dillaway ... Karen Rogers

Susan Crane ... Older Ann
Paul Nesbitt ... Older Tom
Judee Morton ... Older Karen
David Armstrong ... Van Driver (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 36: Cavender Is Coming

25 May 1962
Inept guardian angel Harmon Cavender is given a chance to earn his wings by helping an unconventional big city woman, the young, awkward Agnes Grep.

Jesse White ... Harmon Cavender

Carol Burnett ... Agnes Grep

Howard Smith ... Polk
Frank Behrens ... Stout

Sandra Gould ... Woman #1

Albert Carrier ... Frenchman

Barbara Morrison ... Matron

Donna Douglas ... Debutante
Danny Kulick ... Child
Jack Younger ... Truck Driver

John Fiedler ... Field Rep #3

Maurice Dallimore ... Man (uncredited)

Pitt Herbert ... Field Rep #2 (uncredited)
Stan Jones ... Field Rep #4 (uncredited)
Adrienne Marden ... Woman #2 (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Waiter (uncredited)
Rory O'Brien ... Little Boy (uncredited)

William O'Connell ... Field Rep #1 (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Norma Shattue ... Little Girl (uncredited)

Roy N. Sickner ... Bus Driver (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 37: The Changing of the Guard

1 June 1962
After being forced to retire, Professor Fowler contemplates suicide when he doesn't feel he has made a difference in the world. That night he has an experience that shows him that he is wrong.

Donald Pleasence ... Professor Ellis Fowler

Liam Sullivan ... Headmaster
Philippa Bevans ... Mrs. Landers - Housekeeper

Tom Lowell ... Artie Beechcroft
Russell Horton ... Bartlett

Buddy Joe Hooker ... Boy (as Buddy Hart)

Robert Biheller ... Graham (as Bob Biheller)
Kevin O'Neal ... Butler
Jimmy Baird ... Boy
Kevin Jones ... Boy
Darryl Richard ... Thompson
James Browning ... Boy
Pat Close ... Boy
Dennis Kerlee ... Boy

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Laird Stuart ... Boy (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: In His Image

3 January 1963
A young man grapples with an urge to kill and confusion about his origins.

George Grizzard ... Alan Talbot / Walter Ryder, Jr.

Gail Kobe ... Jessica Connelly
Katherine Squire ... The Old Woman (as Katharine Squire)
Wallace Rooney ... Man

George Petrie ... Driver

James Seay ... Sheriff
Jamie Forster ... Hotel Clerk
Sherry Granato ... Girl
Joseph Sargent ... Grizzard Double (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: The Thirty-Fathom Grave

10 January 1963
In the early 1960's, as a U.S. Navy ship cruises near Guadalcanal in the South Pacific, its sonar detects muted hammering on metal undersea. The eerie sounds emanate from a submarine on the ocean floor, maybe there since World War II. A very nervous crew member (Mike Kellin) on the ship served aboard that sub - and he was its sole survivor.

Mike Kellin ... Chief Bell

Simon Oakland ... Captain Beecham

David Sheiner ... Doc

John Considine ... McClure

Bill Bixby ... OOD
Conlan Carter ... Ensign Marmer
Forrest Compton ... ASW Officer
Henry Scott ... Jr. OOD
Anthony D. Call ... Lee Helmsman (as Tony Call)
Charles Kuenstle ... Sonar Operator
Derrik Lewis ... Helmsman
Vincent Baggetta ... Sailor (as Vince Bagetta)
Louie Elias ... Sailor

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: Valley of the Shadow

17 January 1963
A reporter stumbles into a peaceful town where miracles seem to occur due to technology and the townsfolk won't let him leave.

David Opatoshu ... Dorn

Ed Nelson ... Philip Redfield

Natalie Trundy ... Ellen Marshall

Jacques Aubuchon ... Connolly

Dabbs Greer ... Evans

James Doohan ... Father

Morgan Brittany ... Girl (as Suzanne Cupito)

Henry Beckman ... Townsperson

Bart Burns ... Townsperson

King Calder ... Townsperson
Pat O'Hara ... Townsperson

Sandy Kenyon ... The Attendant

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: He's Alive

24 January 1963
Around 1960, a tiny neo-Nazi organization struggles pathetically to succeed in a big city. A mysterious figure begins to ruthlessly guide a young, insecure U.S. Nazi leader, and the group begins to draw more attention.

Dennis Hopper ... Peter Vollmer

Ludwig Donath ... Ernst Ganz

Paul Mazursky ... Frank

Howard Caine ... Nick
Barnaby Hale ... Stanley

Jay Adler ... Gibbons

Wolfe Barzell ... Proprietor
Bernard Fein ... Heckler
Curt Conway ... Adolf Hitler
Edward Astran ... Audience Member (uncredited)

Chet Brandenburg ... Audience Member (uncredited)

Paul Bryar ... Cop (uncredited)
Bobby Gilbert ... Man With Cat (uncredited)
Buck Harrington ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Ed Haskett ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Cop (uncredited)
William Meader ... Brawling Townsman (uncredited)

William H. O'Brien ... Audience Member (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Bill Zuckert ... Detective (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: Mute

31 January 1963
The orphaned daughter of telepathic parents must learn to speak and deal with a world she cannot communicate in.

Barbara Baxley ... Cora Wheeler

Frank Overton ... Harry Wheeler

Irene Dailey ... Miss Frank

Ann Jillian ... Ilse (as Ann Jilliann)
Éva Szörényi ... Frau Werner (as Eva Soreny)
Robert Boon ... Holger Nielsen

Claudia Bryar ... Frau Nielsen

Percy Helton ... Tom Poulter

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Karl Werner (as Oscar Beregi)

William Challee ... Man (uncredited)

Bill Erwin ... Man in Flashback (uncredited)
Norbert Schiller ... Man (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: Death Ship

7 February 1963
An interplanetary expedition from earth finds an exact duplicate of their ship and themselves crashed on the planet they were surveying. Should they stay or risk taking off and crashing?

Jack Klugman ... Captain Ross

Ross Martin ... Lieutenant Mason

Fred Beir ... Lieutenant Carter (as Fredrick Beir)

Mary Webster ... Ruth

Ross Elliott ... Kramer
Sara Taft ... Mrs. Nolan
Tammy Marihugh ... Jeannie

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Jess-Belle

14 February 1963
Appalachian beauty Jess-Belle can't bear to lose the object of her passion to the local rich girl, so she turns to the local witch for aid. The results bring unexpected and tragic consequences.

Anne Francis ... Jess-Belle Stone

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

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Miniature

21 February 1963
Mousie misfit Charlie Parkes finds the world unfolding before him in a museum doll house to be more real than his boring job and overbearing mother.

Robert Duvall ... Charley Parkes

Pert Kelton ... Mrs. Parkes

Barbara Barrie ... Myra Russell

William Windom ... Dr. Wallman

Lennie Weinrib ... Buddy Russell
John McLiam ... Guard

Barney Phillips ... Diemel
Joan Chambers ... Harriet
Chet Stratton ... Guide
Richard Angarola ... The Suitor
Nina Roman ... The Maid
Claire Griswold ... The Doll

Sally Kellerman ... Office Worker (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Printer's Devil

28 February 1963
A man sells his soul to the Devil to save his failing newspaper and gets more than he bargained for.

Robert Sterling ... Douglas Winter

Pat Crowley ... Jackie Benson (as Patricia Crowley)

Burgess Meredith ... Mr. Smith

Ray Teal ... Mr. Franklin
Charles Thompson ... Andy Praskins
Doris Kemper ... Landlady
Camille Franklin ... Molly

Leon Alton ... Bartender (uncredited)
Michael Chain ... Paperboy (uncredited)
Ryan Hayes ... Paper Hawker (uncredited)
Bernard Sell ... Café Patron (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: No Time Like the Past

7 March 1963
A scientist attempts to use a time machine to prevent tragedies, both in world history and in his own past.

Dana Andrews ... Paul Driscoll

Patricia Breslin ... Abigail Sloan

Malcolm Atterbury ... Prof. Eliot

Robert Cornthwaite ... Hanford

John Zaremba ... Horn Player

C. Lindsay Workman ... Bartender (as Lindsay Workman)

Marjorie Bennett ... Mrs. Chamberlain

Tudor Owen ... Captain of Lusitania
James Yagi ... Japanese Police Captain

Robert F. Simon ... Harvey

Adolf Hitler ... Himself (archive footage)

Gene Coogan ... Fire Spectator Restraining Driscoll (uncredited)
Peter Humphreys ... Steward on Lusitania (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Man Hearing About Garfield (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Bobs Watson ... Man at Dining Room Table (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: The Parallel

14 March 1963
Astronaut Robert Gaines returns from space to a world that is not exactly the one he left from.

Steve Forrest ... Major Robert Gaines

Jacqueline Scott ... Helen Gaines

Frank Aletter ... Colonel William Connacher
Paul Comi ... Psychiatrist
Shari Lee Bernath ... Maggie Gaines

Morgan Jones ... Captain
William Sargent ... The Project Manager

Philip Abbott ... General Stanley Eaton

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: I Dream of Genie

21 March 1963
A wiseacre genie appears from a lamp to a meek man, George P. Hanley. Hanley is so used to bad luck, he imagines how each of three possible wishes could go very wrong - but the genie will grant him only one wish!

Howard Morris ... George P. Hanley

Patricia Barry ... Ann
Loring Smith ... Watson

Mark Miller ... Roger

Joyce Jameson ... Starlet

James Millhollin ... Masters

Robert Hastings ... Sam (as Bob Hastings)
Robert Ball ... Clerk

Jack Albertson ... The Genie

Molly Dodd ... May (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Cast Party Member (uncredited)
Milton Parsons ... Scientist (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: The New Exhibit

4 April 1963
A wax-museum employee fights to preserve five figures of famous murderers.

Martin Balsam ... Martin Lombard Senescu

Will Kuluva ... Ernest Ferguson
Margaret Field ... Emma Senescu (as Maggie Mahoney)
William Mims ... Dave

Phil Chambers ... Gas Man

Leonard Bremen ... Van Man (as Lennie Bremen)

Eddie Barth ... Sailor (as Ed Barth)

Craig Curtis ... Sailor
Milton Parsons ... Henri Desire Landru
David Bond ... Jack the Ripper
Bob Mitchell ... Albert W. Hicks
Robert McCord ... Burke (as Robert L. McCord)
Billy Beck ... Hare
Marcel Hillaire ... The Guide

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: Of Late I Think of Cliffordville

11 April 1963
Aging tycoon William Feathersmith is bored with life and makes arrangements through a devilish travel agency to return to the Cliffordville of his youth and start all over again.

Albert Salmi ... Feathersmith

John Anderson ... Deidrich
Wright King ... Hecate

Guy Raymond ... Gibbons
Christine Burke ... Joanna

John Harmon ... Clark
Hugh Sanders ... Cronk

Julie Newmar ... Miss Devlin
Mary Jackson ... Miss Pepper (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: The Incredible World of Horace Ford

18 April 1963
Horace Ford longs for his childhood but it was not as idyllic as he remembers it.

Pat Hingle ... Horace Ford

Nan Martin ... Laura Ford

Ruth White ... Mrs. Ford
Phillip Pine ... Leonard O'Brien

Vaughn Taylor ... Mr. Judson

Mary Carver ... Betty O'Brien
Jerry Davis ... Hermy Brandt
Jim E. Titus ... Horace as Child
Billy E. Hughes ... Kid (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: On Thursday We Leave for Home

2 May 1963
A human colony is rescued from a forsaken planet. But their leader is having a hard time accepting that things will change when they get back to Earth.

James Whitmore ... Capain Benteen

Tim O'Connor ... Colonel Sloane

James Broderick ... Al

Paul Langton ... George
Jo Helton ... Julie
Mercedes Shirley ... Joan
Russ Bender ... Hank
Danny Kulick ... Jo-Jo (as Daniel Kulick)

Madge Kennedy ... Colonist
John Ward ... Colonist
Shirley O'Hara ... Colonist
Tony Benson ... Colonist (as Anthony Benson)

Lew Gallo ... Lt. Engle

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 17: Passage on the Lady Anne

9 May 1963
A young American couple, the Ransomes, who are trying to salvage their troubled marriage, insist on booking passage on an old trans-Atlantic cruise liner. But other passengers try to persuade them to disembark immediately.

Gladys Cooper ... Millie McKenzie

Wilfrid Hyde-White ... Toby McKenzie

Cecil Kellaway ... Burgess

Lee Philips ... Alan Ransome

Joyce Van Patten ... Eileen Ransome

Alan Napier ... Capt. Protheroe
Cyril Delevanti ... Officer

Jack Raine ... Officer
Colin Campbell ... Addicott

Don Keefer ... Spierto

Frank Baker ... Otto Champion (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Mersia Jones (uncredited)

Colin Kenny ... Ship Passenger (uncredited)

Carl M. Leviness ... Ship Passenger (uncredited)

Scott Seaton ... Ship Passenger (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Ship's Greeter (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 18: The Bard

23 May 1963
Julius Moomer, a talentless self-promoting hack who dreams of becoming a successful television writer, uses a book of magic to summon William Shakespeare to write dramatic teleplays that Moomer will pass off as his own. Shakespeare becomes irritated by Moomer's lack of appreciation and is even more appalled when he discovers the changes wrought on his plays by cynical television executives.

Jack Weston ... Julius Moomer

John McGiver ... Shannon
Doro Merande ... Sadie

John Williams ... William Shakespeare

Henry Lascoe ... Mr. Hugo
William Lanteau ... Dolan

Howard McNear ... Bramhoff

Marge Redmond ... Secretary
Clegg Hoyt ... Bus Driver

Judy Strangis ... Cora

Burt Reynolds ... Rocky Rhodes

John Bose ... Daniel Boone (uncredited)
Rudy Bowman ... Robert E. Lee (uncredited)
Paul Dubov ... Man (uncredited)
John Newton ... TV Interviewer (uncredited)
Diane Sayer ... TV Actress (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Jason Wingreen ... Director (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: In Praise of Pip

27 September 1963
A wearied bookie, learning of his grown soldier son Pip dying in South Vietnam, gets to spend one last delightful hour with a ten-year-old version of him at an amusement park.

Jack Klugman ... Max Phillips
Connie Gilchrist ... Mrs. Feeny
Bobby Diamond ... Pvt. Pip (as Robert Diamond)

Bill Mumy ... Young Pip (as Billy Mumy)

Ross Elliott ... Doctor (uncredited)
Gerald Gordon ... Lieutenant (uncredited)
Russell Horton ... George Reynold (uncredited)

S. John Launer ... Moran (uncredited)
Kreg Martin ... Gunman (uncredited)

Stuart Nisbet ... Surgeon (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: Steel

4 October 1963
In the near future, boxing has been outlawed and is performed by mechanical robots. With his next and possibly last fight approaching and his robot in need of repair, he resorts to one last desperate gamble.

Lee Marvin ... Steel Kelly

Joe Mantell ... Pole

Chuck Hicks ... Maynard Flash

Merritt Bohn ... Nolan
Frank London ... Maxwell
Larry Barton ... Man (voice) (uncredited)
Tipp McClure ... Battling Maxo (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: Nightmare at 20,000 Feet

11 October 1963
A man, newly recovered from a nervous breakdown, becomes convinced that a monster only he sees is damaging the plane he's flying in.

William Shatner ... Bob Wilson
Christine White ... Julia Wilson
Ed Kemmer ... Flight Engineer (as Edward Kemmer)
Asa Maynor ... Stewardess

Leon Alton ... Passenger (uncredited)
David Armstrong ... Passenger (uncredited)

Nick Cravat ... Gremlin (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: A Kind of a Stopwatch

18 October 1963
A man is given a stopwatch that halts time.

Richard Erdman ... McNulty

Herbie Faye ... Joe Palucci

Leon Belasco ... Potts

Doris Singleton ... Secretary

Roy Roberts ... Mr. Cooper

Dick Wessel ... Charlie (as Richard Wessel)
Ray Kellogg ... Fred (as Ray Kellog)
Ken Drake ... Daniel
Sam Balter ... TV Announcer (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Man in Bar Doorway (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 5: The Last Night of a Jockey

25 October 1963
A washed-up jockey gets his wish while waiting for the results of his race fixing hearing.

Mickey Rooney ... Grady

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: Living Doll

1 November 1963
A frustrated father does battle with his stepdaughter's talking doll, whose vocabulary includes such phrases as "I hate you" and "I'm going to kill you".

Telly Savalas ... Erich Streator
Mary LaRoche ... Annabelle Streator (as Mary La Roche)

Tracy Stratford ... Christie Streator

June Foray ... Talky Tina (voice) (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: The Old Man in the Cave

8 November 1963
In a post-apocalyptic settlement in 1974, the inhabitants' survival is dependent on the advice of an unseen man living in a nearby cave. This dependence is tested when a band of soldiers descends on their town.

James Coburn ... Major French

John Anderson ... Goldsmith
Josie Lloyd ... Evie

John Craven ... Man

John Marley ... Jason
Joe Evans ... Townsman (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Douglas (uncredited)

Jimmie Horan ... Townsman (uncredited)
Natalie Masters ... Woman (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Frank Watkins ... Harber (uncredited)
Don Wilbanks ... Furman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: Uncle Simon

15 November 1963
Caregiver Barbara Polk receives a surprise after her uncle's death.

Cedric Hardwicke ... Uncle Simon Polk

Constance Ford ... Barbara Polk

Ian Wolfe ... Schwimmer
John McLiam ... Cop (uncredited)

Robby the Robot ... Robot (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 9: Probe 7, Over and Out

29 November 1963
Colonel Cook stranded on another planet with no hope for rescue meets a woman who is the sole survivor from another planet.

Richard Basehart ... Adam Cook

Antoinette Bower ... Eve Norda

Harold Gould ... General Larrabee

Barton Heyman ... Lieutenant Blane

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 10: The 7th Is Made Up of Phantoms

6 December 1963
On June 25, 1964, three Army National Guard soldiers on maneuvers near the Little Big Horn battle site find themselves unwittingly involved in Custer's Last Stand.
Ron Foster ... MSG William Connors

Warren Oates ... CPL Richard Langsford

Randy Boone ... Pvt. Michael McCluskey

Greg Morris ... Lt. Woodard
Jeff Morris ... Radio Operator Finnegan (as Jeffrey Morris)
Wayne Mallory ... Scout

Robert Bray ... Capt. Dennet
Lew Brown ... Sergeant (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Jacques Shelton ... Corporal (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: A Short Drink from a Certain Fountain

13 December 1963
An aging married man convinces his brother to inject him with a youth serum.

Patrick O'Neal ... Harmon Gordon

Ruta Lee ... Flora Gordon

Walter Brooke ... Dr. Raymond Gordon

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 12: Ninety Years Without Slumbering

20 December 1963
An old man believes that his life will end the moment his grandfather clock stops ticking.

Ed Wynn ... Sam Forstmann

Carolyn Kearney ... Marnie Kirk

James T. Callahan ... Doug Kirk (as James Callahan)

Carol Byron ... Carol Chase

Dick Wilson ... Clock Mover

John Pickard ... Policeman
William Sargent ... Dr. Mel Avery

Chuck Hicks ... Mover (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 13: Ring-A-Ding Girl

27 December 1963
Movie star Bunny Blake receives a ring from her hometown which is giving her warnings to come home while she flies cross country.

Maggie McNamara ... Barbara "Bunny" Blake
Mary Munday ... Hildy Powell

David Macklin ... Bud Powell

George Mitchell ... Dr. Floyd

Bing Russell ... Ben Braden
Betty Lou Gerson ... Cici
Vic Perrin ... Jim - Trooper

Bill Hickman ... Pilot (uncredited)

Hank Patterson ... Mr. Gentry (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: You Drive

3 January 1964
After involved with a hit-and-run killing a child, Mr. Oliver Pope is haunted by his car.

Edward Andrews ... Oliver Pope

Helen Westcott ... Lillian Pope (as Hellena Westcott)

Kevin Hagen ... Pete Radcliff
Totty Ames ... Muriel Hastings
John Hanek ... Policeman
Michael Gorfain ... Timmy Danvers (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Passerby (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 15: The Long Morrow

10 January 1964
Before leaving on a decades long mission, astronaut Douglas Stansfield meets a woman and falls in love.

Robert Lansing ... Commander Douglas Stansfield

Mariette Hartley ... Sandra Horn

Edward Binns ... General Walters

George Macready ... Dr. Bixler
William Swan ... Technician
Don Spruance (as Donald Spruance)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 16: The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross

17 January 1964
Salvadore Ross has a unique talent where he can trade physical characteristics with other people and will do anything to get the love of Leah Maitland.

Don Gordon ... Salvadore Ross

Gail Kobe ... Leah Maitland

Vaughn Taylor ... Mr. Maitland

J. Pat O'Malley ... Old Man

Douglass Dumbrille ... Mr. Halpert
Douglas Lambert ... Albert (as Doug Lambert)

Seymour Cassel ... Jerry (uncredited)
Ted Jacques ... Bartender (uncredited)
Kathleen O'Malley ... Nurse (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 17: Number 12 Looks Just Like You

24 January 1964
In a future society, everyone must undergo an operation at age 19 to become beautiful and conform to society. One young woman desperately wants to hold onto her own identity.

Collin Wilcox Paxton ... Marilyn Cuberle (as Collin Wilcox)

Richard Long ... Uncle Rick / Dr. Rex / Professor Sigmund Friend / Tom

Pamela Austin ... Valerie / Marilyn (as Pam Austin)

Suzy Parker ... Lana Cuberle / Grace / Eva / Doe / Jane / #12

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 18: Black Leather Jackets

31 January 1964
Three leather jacket wearing, motorcycle riding men invade a peaceful neighborhood.
Lee Kinsolving ... Scott

Shelley Fabares ... Ellen Tillman (as Shelly Fabares)

Michael Forest ... Steve

Denver Pyle ... Stu Tillman
Tom Gilleran ... Fred

Michael Conrad ... Deputy Sheriff Harper

Irene Hervey ... Martha Tillman

Wayne Heffley ... Mover (uncredited)
Gregory Morton ... Alien Leader (voice) (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 19: Night Call

7 February 1964
Telephone calls begin to haunt a disabled elderly woman.

Gladys Cooper ... Elva Keene
Nora Marlowe ... Margaret Phillips

Martine Bartlett ... Miss Finch

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 20: From Agnes - with Love

14 February 1964
A computer technician begins to take advice for his love life from Agnes, the computer he works with.

Wally Cox ... James Elwood

Ralph Taeger ... Walter Holmes

Sue Randall ... Millie

Raymond Bailey ... Supervisor

Don Keefer ... Fred Danziger
Byron Kane ... Assistant (uncredited)
Nan Peterson ... Secretary (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 21: Spur of the Moment

21 February 1964
An engaged heiress is terrorized by a middle-aged woman on a horse pleading with her not to go through with her impending marriage.

Diana Hyland ... Anne Henderson

Marsha Hunt ... Mrs. Henderson

Philip Ober ... Mr. Henderson

Roger Davis ... David Mitchell

Robert Hogan ... Robert Blake

Jack Raine ... Reynolds (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 22: An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge

28 February 1964
During the American Civil War in 1862, a condemned Confederate prisoner, Peyton Farquhar, is due to the hanged by Union troops.

Roger Jacquet ... Peyton Farquhar (archive footage)
Anne Cornaly ... Abby Farquhar (archive footage)
Anker Larsen ... (archive footage)
Stéphane Fey ... Union Captain (archive footage) (as Stephane Fey)
Jean-François Zeller ... (archive footage) (as Jean-Francois Zeller)
Pierre Danny ... (archive footage)
Louis Adelin ... (archive footage)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 23: Queen of the Nile

6 March 1964
A reporter interviews a Hollywood movie queen who has a secret to her eternal beauty.

Ann Blyth ... Pamela Morris / Constance Taylor

Lee Philips ... Jordan 'Jordy' Herrick

Celia Lovsky ... Viola Draper

Frank Ferguson ... Krueger
Ruth Phillips ... Charlotte (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 24: What's in the Box

13 March 1964
Philanderer Joe Britt sees his indiscretions shown on his own TV set after it was worked on by a unique repairman.

Joan Blondell ... Phyllis Britt

William Demarest ... Joe Britt

Sterling Holloway ... TV Repairman

Sandra Gould ... Woman
Howard Wright ... Judge

Herbert Lytton ... Dr. Saltman
Douglas Bank ... Prosecutor (uncredited)

Ted Christy ... The Wild Panther (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Electric Chair Guard (uncredited)
Tony Miller ... Announcer (uncredited)

Mitchell Rhein ... Neighbor (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Ron Stokes ... Car Salesman (uncredited)
John L. Sullivan ... The Russian Duke (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 25: The Masks

20 March 1964
Wealthy Jason Foster is dying and he invites his greedy heirs to a Mardi Gras party where they must wear the masks he specially had made for them or else be cut off from their inheritance.

Robert Keith ... Jason Foster
Milton Selzer ... Wilfred Harper

Virginia Gregg ... Emily Harper

Brooke Hayward ... Paula Harper

Willis Bouchey ... Dr. Samuel Thorne

Alan Sues ... Wilfred Harper, Jr.

Maidie Norman ... Maid (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Bill Walker ... Jeffrey (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 26: I am the Night - Color Me Black

27 March 1964
The Sun doesn't rise on a small town where an execution is scheduled to take place.

Michael Constantine ... Sheriff Charlie Koch

Paul Fix ... Newspaper Editor Colbey

George Lindsey ... Deputy Pierce

Ivan Dixon ... Reverend Anderson
Eve McVeagh ... Ella Koch

Terry Becker ... Jagger
Douglas Bank ... Man (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Elizabeth Harrower ... Woman (uncredited)

Michael Jeffers ... Deputy (uncredited)
Charles Maxwell ... Radio Announcer (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Townsman (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)
Ward Wood ... Man (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 27: Sounds and Silences

3 April 1964
Roswell Flemington enjoys loud noises, is an annoyance to others and is suitably punished.

John McGiver ... Roswell G. Flemington

Michael Fox ... Psychiatrist
Renee Aubry ... Ms. Abernathy

William 'Billy' Benedict ... Conklin (as William Benedict)

Penny Singleton ... Mrs. Flemington

Francis De Sales ... Doctor (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Lurene Tuttle ... Secretary (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 28: Caesar and Me

10 April 1964
When Irish ventriloquist Jonathan West cannot find any work, his dummy Caesar suggests that he turn to robbery.

Jackie Cooper ... Jonathan West / Caesar (voice)

Morgan Brittany ... Susan - Agnes' Niece (as Susanne Cupito)
Sarah Selby ... Agnes Cudahy - Landlady
Don Gazzaniga ... Detective

Stafford Repp ... Pawnbroker
Kenneth Konopka ... Mr. Miller (uncredited)
Sidney Marion ... Watchman (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Man Watching Audition (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Olan Soule ... Mr. Smiles (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 29: The Jeopardy Room

17 April 1964
A defector is trapped in a hotel room and given 3 hours to find a hidden bomb.

Martin Landau ... Major Ivan Kuchenko

John Van Dreelen ... Commissar Vassiloff (as John vanDreelen)
Bob Kelljan ... Boris - Vassiloff's Assistant (as Robert Kelljan)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 30: Stopover in a Quiet Town

24 April 1964
A hung-over couple awaken to find themselves not only in a strange house, but in a deserted town, where nothing is as it should be.

Barry Nelson ... Bob Frazier

Nancy Malone ... Millie Frazier
Denise Lynn ... Little Girl (uncredited)
Karen Norris ... Mother (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 31: The Encounter

1 May 1964
Post WWII Hawaii. Two men of once-opposing races stuck in an attic full of war trophies, including a samurai sword waiting to dutifully avenge its slain master.

Neville Brand ... Fenton

George Takei ... Arthur Takamori / Taro

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 32: Mr. Garrity and the Graves

8 May 1964
Mr. Garrity comes into town offering to resurrect the dead and reunite the townsfolk with their departed loved ones out of the goodness of his heart. Do the town-folks want these miracles to occur?

John Dehner ... Jared Garrity

Stanley Adams ... Jensen

J. Pat O'Malley ... Gooberman - Town Drunk

Norman Leavitt ... Sheriff Gilchrist

Percy Helton ... Lapham

John Mitchum ... Ace
Edgar Dearing ... First Resurrected Man
Patrick O'Moore ... Man

John Cliff ... Lightning Peterson (uncredited)
Robert McCord ... Townsman in Black Hat (uncredited)
Kate Murtagh ... Zelda Gooberman (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Resurrected Man (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 33: The Brain Center at Whipple's

15 May 1964
A heartless CEO completely automates his factory and lays off almost all of his workers over the objections of his employees.

Richard Deacon ... Wallace V. Whipple
Paul Newlan ... Chief Engineer Hanley

Ted de Corsia ... Foreman Dickerson

Thalmus Rasulala ... Technician (as Jack Crowder)
Shawn Michaels ... Bartender
Bert Conroy ... Watchman (as Burt Conroy)

Robby the Robot ... Robot (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 34: Come Wander with Me

22 May 1964
Singer Floyd Burney searches the backwoods for new songs and finds Mary Rachel and much more deep in the Twilight Zone.
Gary Crosby ... Floyd Burney

Bonnie Beecher ... Mary Rachel
Jonathan Bolt ... Billy Rayford

Hank Patterson ... Old Man

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 35: The Fear

29 May 1964
Charlotte Scott and policeman Robert Franklin seem to be stalked by giants.

Peter Mark Richman ... Trooper Robert Franklin (as Mark Richman)

Hazel Court ... Charlotte Scott

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 36: The Bewitchin' Pool

19 June 1964
Two children escape their bickering parents through a portal in the bottom of their swimming pool to a magical land watched over by a kindly old woman the children call Aunt T.

Mary Badham ... Sport Sharewood

Dee Hartford ... Gloria Sharewood

Tod Andrews ... Gil Sharewood

Jeffrey Byron ... Jeb Sharewood (as Tim Stafford)
Kim Hector ... Whitt
Georgia Simmons ... Aunt T.

June Foray ... Sport (voice) (uncredited)

Rod Serling ... Narrator / Himself - Host (uncredited)

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