Registered nurse Claire Hendricks believes that there is a deeper reason why blindness is spreading quickly through her community.

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Claire Hendricks
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Jean Reed
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Dr. Friedman
Jan Filips ...
Dr. Eddie Peterson
Norah Grant ...
Susan
Warren Van Evera ...
Mr. Wells
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Registered nurse Claire Hendricks believes that there is a deeper reason why blindness is spreading quickly through her community.

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18 March 1989 (UK)  »

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William Froug wrote this story to be an episode of the fifth season of the original Twilight Zone as he produced it, but it was never filmed until the new series' revival. See more »

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A Strange Solution
5 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If the premise of this episode were accurate, just about everyone in our country would be blind right now. Many of us have stopped caring for our fellow creatures. In this show, a young nurse played by Karen Valentine has no time for her patients, other than to take their temperatures and blood pressure and to move on. Suddenly, an epidemic of blindness begins to affect huge numbers of people. It's not contagious, so what is it? This is a social commentary rather than a supernatural effort. It works on that level for sure. The ending scene is quite striking.


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