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Shadow Play/Grace Note 

In SHADOW PLAY, a remake of the episode from the original "Twilight Zone" series, Death Row inmate Adam Grant is terrified that the participants in his trial will cease to exist when he is ... See full summary »

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Janet Eilber ...
Erin Jacobs (segment "Shadow Play")
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Flash (segment "Shadow Play") (as Raymond Bieri)
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Guard (segment "Shadow Play")
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Jimmy (segment "Shadow Play")
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Judge (segment "Shadow Play") (as George O. Petrie)
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Warden (segment "Shadow Play")
Ellaraino ...
Foreman (segment "Shadow Play") (as Ella Raino Edwards)
Gilbert De la Pena ...
Munoz (segment "Shadow Play")
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Rosemarie Miletti (segment "Grace Note") (as Julia Migenes Johnson)
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Mary Miletti (segment "Grace Note")
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Angelina (segment "Grace Note")
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In SHADOW PLAY, a remake of the episode from the original "Twilight Zone" series, Death Row inmate Adam Grant is terrified that the participants in his trial will cease to exist when he is executed. In GRACE NOTE, young Rosemarie Miletti aspires to be a famous opera singer and receives a surprising glimpse into the future. Written by Anonymous

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4 April 1986 (UK)  »

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William Schallert (Father Grant) previously played a policeman in The Twilight Zone: Mr. Bevis (1960) and Father in Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983). See more »

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Remake of The Twilight Zone: Shadow Play (1961) See more »

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Death Row and Front Row
25 April 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The first of these episodes is classic Twilight Zone. It involves a man who relives a series of events over and over. He is a condemned man and goes through his conviction and execution on into eternity. Not to diminish this, but the plot is as old as the hills and we know what's going to happen from the get go. The actors are good and the plot is interesting, but it's like the one about the comedian. It shows us a devastating eternity. The second one, starring the great Julia McGinnis Johnson as a hopeful opera singer, has more soul. She makes the wishes of a dying child come true. Given a chance to remove herself from the humdrum world she occupies and let her talents out.


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