The Twilight Zone (1985–1989)
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Welcome to Winfield/Quarantine 

"Welcome to Winfield": Two people fleeing an agent of Death hide in an unusual town. "Quarantine": A weapons engineer is awakened from suspended animation to deal with an imminent threat from space.

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Weldon (segment "Welcome to Winfield") (as Elisa Cook)
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Sheriff (segment "Welcome to Winfield")
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Mayor (segment "Welcome to Winfield")
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Matt Winnaker (segment "Welcome to Winfield") (as Jonathan Caliri)
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Lori Bodell (segment "Welcome to Winfield")
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Griffin St. George (segment "Welcome to Winfield")
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Ray Bob (segment "Welcome to Winfield")
Chip Heller ...
Elton (segment "Welcome to Winfield")
Sally Klein ...
Mamie (segment "Welcome to Winfield")
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Townsperson #1 (segment "Welcome to Winfield")
Dave Morick ...
Townsperson #2 (segment "Welcome to Winfield") (as David Morick)
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Matthew Foreman (segment "Quarantine")
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Sarah (segment "Quarantine")
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Joshua (segment "Quarantine")
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John (segment "Quarantine")
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"Welcome to Winfield": Two people fleeing an agent of Death hide in an unusual town. "Quarantine": A weapons engineer is awakened from suspended animation to deal with an imminent threat from space.

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The Walking Dead's Herschel faces a moral decision
2 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

QUARANTINE is a watchable segment of THE NEW TWILIGHT ZONE, notably mainly for an assured performance from WALKING DEAD actor Scott Wilson. He plays a weapons engineer who's been cryogenically frozen, only to be thawed out in the future where he's required to help combat a threat from space.

The episode poses some good moral quandaries for our protagonist while the cheesy special effects work is kept to a minimum. Wilson has become a favourite of mine since his role as Herschel in THE WALKING DEAD. He delivered a good turn as a young actor in THE NEW CENTURIONS and his acting in this low budget TV production is equally assured. Certainly he lifts the material to a greatness to which it would not have reached otherwise.


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