The "dinosaur sequence" was credited to Jack H. Harris
, and used a brontosaurus model taken from Dinosaurus!
(1960). The expense of the two brief shots ran $2,500, making it the most expensive footage in the original Twilight Zone
(1959). See more
A Global jet airliner, en route from London to New York on an uneventful afternoon in the year 1961, but now reported overdue and missing, and by now, searched for on land, sea, and air by anguished human beings, fearful of what they'll find. But you and I know where she is. You and I know what's happened. So if some moment, any moment, you hear the sound of jet engines flying atop the overcast - engines that sound searching and lost - engines that sound desperate - shoot up ...