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A Day in Beaumont/The Last Defender of Camelot 

Scientist Kevin Carlson and his fiancée Faith can't get anyone to believe that they saw a flying saucer land during A DAY IN BEAUMONT. In THE LAST DEFENDER OF CAMELOT, Lancelot is summoned ... See full summary »

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Dr. Kevin Carlson (segment "A Day in Beaumont")
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Faith (segment "A Day in Beaumont")
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H.G. Orson (segment "A Day in Beaumont")
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Pop (segment "A Day in Beaumont")
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Sheriff Haskin (segment "A Day in Beaumont")
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Major Whitmore (segment "A Day in Beaumont")
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Sergeant (segment "A Day in Beaumont")
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Young Man (segment "A Day in Beaumont")
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Tom (segment "The Last Defender of Camelot")
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Punk #1 (segment "The Last Defender of Camelot")
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Punk #2 (segment "The Last Defender of Camelot")
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Scientist Kevin Carlson and his fiancée Faith can't get anyone to believe that they saw a flying saucer land during A DAY IN BEAUMONT. In THE LAST DEFENDER OF CAMELOT, Lancelot is summoned by Morgan LeFay to meet with Merlin the magician, who plans to restore Camelot. Written by Anonymous

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11 April 1986 (UK)  »

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Although Beaumont is the name of an actual Texas town, the fictional town was named after Charles Beaumont, a frequent writer for The Twilight Zone (1959). A town referred to later, Matheson, is similarly named after Richard Matheson, another frequent contributor to the series. See more »

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Narrator: [closing narration for "The Last Defender of Camelot"] Once upon a time, there was a realm of myth and magic-a high, bright dream that shimmered briefly and then was gone, leaving only memories and one ageless, weary, slightly tarnished hero who proved at last that wisdom and valor go hand in hand, on Earth, in Camelot, and... in the Twilight Zone.
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References The Twilight Zone: To Serve Man (1962) See more »

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An Homage to 1950's Sci Fi & A Final Trip To Camelot
25 April 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I thoroughly enjoyed the first of these. There must be 25 references or visual made concerning 1950's science fiction and monsters. The two main characters are Kevin and Faith (as in Kevin McCarthy and Faith Domergue). The first from "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" and the second "This Island Earth." When viewed, they are taking seed pods out of the space ship. Some of the old horror movie actors are in this episode. Also, references are made to movies like "Tarantula" and others. So much fun. The second wasn't all that exciting. Apparently, Camelot has lived long after its time and Lancelot and Merlin are doomed to meet in combat. The result is disappointing and not all that interesting.


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