These interviews with actors who acted on and writers who wrote for the original "Twilight Zone" television series are splendid. Most of the actors from the original series are long deceased (Agnes Moorehead, Telly Savalas, Gig Young, et al.) but were are a great many still alive as of 2004. The producers of these truly **rare** interviews got such great talents as Anne Francis, June Foray, as well as a number of others who probably haven't interviewed on camera for 30 years or more (Carolyn Kearney, Nancy Malone, Paul Comi, Michael Forest, and others). The actors speak with great reverence about their work on "Twilight Zone", and some of them remark that "Twilight Zone" is one of the few things they're remembered for at all. The interviews were obviously edited down a lot, but the things they discuss about the time period of the early days of television are amazing. Writer Earl Hamner's interview is particularly nice known as one of the "forgotten" writers on the series, Hamner wrote 8 episodes, and for over 40 years, no one really knew much about the rhymes and reasons behind those eight story ideas some of which are of a quality right up there with any of Rod Serling's best work. Rumor has it that about 30 of these interviews were actually done, but only nine appear on Seasons 4 and 5 "Definitive Edition" releases. Hopefully in time, the rest will be released. For any "Twilight Zone" fan, and everyone who is just getting to know "Twilight Zone" for the first time, viewing of these interviews is essential.
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