After a midway shooting gallery employee realizes that some of the prize dolls are being used for a sinister purpose, he asks Gunn for protection. His request is not as simple as it seems.

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After a midway shooting gallery employee realizes that some of the prize dolls are being used for a sinister purpose, he asks Gunn for protection. His request is not as simple as it seems.

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Before "Perchance to Deam" ...
13 November 2016 | by (Massachusetts, USA) – See all my reviews

"The Twilight Zone" episode "Perchance to Dream," which aired in late November 1959, was set in a carnival. But earlier this month, we find Peter Gunn investigating a series of murders that take place at a carnival.

This seems to be a pretty popular place!

Like its Twilight Zone counterpart, this is a top-notch episode that has outstanding dialogue and a great twist ending. Look for a pre- "Godfather" John Marley, as well as the usual cast, of course.

What makes the show stand out is its level of sophistication while maintaining a sense of simple production values. Great writing and a great jazz score help immensely!

Anyway, another great outing!


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