A reporter stumbles into a peaceful town where miracles seem to occur due to technology and the townsfolk won't let him leave.

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Dorn
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Philip Redfield
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Ellen Marshall
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Connolly
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Evans
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Father
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Off the beaten path, reporter Philip Redfield stops in a small town, (Peaceful Valley), to gas up and perhaps get a bite to eat. When his dog Rollie runs off in pursuit of a cat, a young girl, Cissie, points a device at the animal and makes it disappear. Her father brings the dog back - but Philip finds it all very strange. When he tries to leave town, his car crashes into an invisible barrier, preventing his departure. He's shaken up and the town's mayor, Dorn, reveals their secret to him. Philip is given the choice to join them or die - and chooses the former, though human instincts soon take hold, forcing a confrontation. Written by garykmcd/edited by canadazbest

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17 January 1963 (USA)  »

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The title comes from the King James Version of the 23rd Psalm in the Hebrew Bible. "Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me." See more »

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After his memory is erased several days have passed and he would have noticed that and perhaps gone back unless they used their devices to move him back in time as well. See more »

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[closing narration]
Narrator: You've seen them. Little towns, tucked away far from the main roads. You've seen them, but have you thought about them? Have you wondered what the people do in such places, why they stay? Philip Redfield thinks about them now, and he wonders, but only very late at night, when he's between wakefulness and sleep - in The Twilight Zone.
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Peaceful Valley
3 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Ed Nelson stars as newspaperman Philip Redfield who finds himself lost and car out of gas in a small secluded town in the middle of nowhere. After an incident involving his dog, he becomes suspicious of this place(called Peaceful Valley) and is determined to investigate, though the town leaders(led by David Opatoshu) try in vain to get him to drop it, and having learned their secret, Philip may have to stay there for good, though an attractive woman named Ellen Marshall(played by Natalie Trundy) may make his imprisonment tolerable. Interesting tale sets up more than it pays off, with a few loose ends and oddities, but remains an acceptable episode with an ambiguous ending(to some!)


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