The Twilight Zone (1959–1964)
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Dead Man's Shoes 

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

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Cast

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Nathan 'Nate' Bledsoe
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Dagget
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Wilma
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Harry Swoger ...
Sam
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Ben
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Dagget's Girlfriend (as Florence Marley)
Joseph Mell ...
Jimmy (as Joe Mell)
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When a hobo finds a dead man lying dead in a city alley, he decides to take his shoes, a pair of rather spiffy-looking loafers. In putting them on however, he becomes the dead man. He returns to his apartment, to his girlfriend's shock and more importantly, he knows who killed him. The dead man is also out for revenge and it seems nothing will be able to stop him. Written by garykmcd

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19 January 1962 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The episode was remade as The Twilight Zone: Dead Woman's Shoes/Wong's Lost and Found Emporium (1985) and also as The Twilight Zone: Dead Man's Eyes (2002). This makes it the only episode to have appeared in all three series. See more »

Goofs

When Nate first encounters the body in the alley and takes the corpse's pulse, the dead victim's fingers move. See more »

Quotes

Nathan 'Nate' Bledsoe: I'll be back, Bernie. And I'll keep coming back. Again and again. And I'll get you. So help me, I'll get you.
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Remade as The Twilight Zone: Dead Man's Eyes (2002) See more »

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Soles Of A Killer
28 October 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Warren Stevens stars as a hobo named Nathan Bledsoe, who one day sees a car dump a corpse in a nearby alley. He goes over to it in hopes of rifling its pockets, but instead decides to take his nice pair of shoes, which mostly fit. However, the murdered man turns out to be an underworld figure whose soul has somehow latched onto the soles of his shoes, compelling poor Nate to avenge his death by whatever means possible, no matter how long it may take... Stylish episode has a good central idea at its center. Though it isn't a total success(Who does the viewer root for after all, since they are all criminals?) this still remains an appealing effort.


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