A scientist investigates claims that a tree kills passersby by emitting a deadly gas.

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Paul Cameron
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Barbara Cameron
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Clyde Bishop
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Deputy Terry
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A scientist investigates claims that a tree kills passersby by emitting a deadly gas.

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4 January 1957 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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It's my tree, and I'll die if I want to
4 July 2016 | by (Beverly Hills, CA) – See all my reviews

From the golden age of television, this creaky episode of Sci-Fi Theatre features Hank Patterson ('Mr. Ziffel' on Green Acres) as an old prospector who decides the-hell-with-dogs, he wants a pet tree, so he confiscates a patch of land that harbors a supposedly man-eating tree to keep as his very own 'pet rock', so to speak.

Enter the government where investigators are sent to take back the tree, followed by the state geological survey in which a team of men begin uprooting the soil so they can search for natural gases, various roots, and maybe some lost change with their medical detectors. Okay episode, the fourth from the last ever aired during this program's 2-year run.


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