Movie star Bunny Blake receives a ring from her hometown which is giving her warnings to come home while she flies cross country.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Barbara "Bunny" Blake
Mary Munday ...
Hildy Powell
Bud Powell
George Mitchell ...
Dr. Floyd
Ben Braden
Betty Lou Gerson ...
Vic Perrin ...
Jim - Trooper


Barbara 'Bunny' Blake is a well-known actress who receives a strange invitation from her sister Hildy Powell to return to Howardville, her hometown. Bunny owes her career to the the residents of Howardville who paid her way to Hollywood when was just starting out. She arrives on the same day as the town's annual picnic and feeling a sense of dread tries to have the event postponed. She doesn't get much cooperation and so takes matters into her own hands. Written by garykmcd

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27 December 1963 (USA)  »

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[opening narration]
Narrator: Introduction to Bunny Blake. Occupation: film actress. Residence: Hollywood, California, or anywhere in the world that cameras happen to be grinding. Bunny Blake is a public figure; what she wears, eats, thinks, says is news. But underneath the glamour, the makeup, the publicity, the buildup, the costuming, is a flesh-and-blood person, a beautiful girl about to take a long and bizarre journey into The Twilight Zone.
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She Should Have Stayed Home!
12 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Quite an intriguing episode. Many of Serling's presentations use the parallel universe theme. Something is going on a step behind that of reality. In this one, a famous woman comes home because she has seen a vision of trouble in her home town. She believes she must act to prevent it. She talks to people, rearranges schedules, acts with great compassion, even though the jealousy of the townspeople undermines some of it. Well, needless to say, she finds herself on a bigger stage in a confused dimension. This is quite a remarkable story. it has that sort of dream element to it and the possibility of separate realities. The ending is very satisfying and has been well set up for us.

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