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"The Twilight Zone" I Sing the Body Electric (TV Episode 1962) Poster

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Ray Bradbury submitted several scripts to The Twilight Zone (1959) but this was the only one produced, making him the only writer to contribute just one throughout the five seasons.
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One of the few episodes in which Rod Serling's closing narration doesn't include the phrase, "The The Twilight Zone (1959)."
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For unknown reasons the music for this episode was originally recorded in stereo. The stereophonic recording, along with the complete monophonic scores of four other Twilight Zone episodes, can be heard on a CD titled "Twilight Zone, Vol. 1" issued by Varèse Sarabande.
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June Vincent was originally cast as Aunt Nedra. But the producers were disappointed with the scene. A reshoot directed by William F. Claxton replaced Vincent with Doris Packer.
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One of four The Twilight Zone (1959) episodes where Rod Serling offered a mid-episode narration, and the last since The Twilight Zone: I Shot an Arrow into the Air (1960).
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