- Season 1
- Episode 28
Henry Francis 'Rocky' Valentine
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
Dancing Girl (uncredited)
Parking Attendant (uncredited)
|Nels P. Nelson||...||
Short Cop (uncredited)
Narrator (uncredited) (voice)
|Charles Beaumont||...||(written by)|
|Rod Serling||...||(creator) (uncredited) (creator)|
|Rod Serling||...||executive producer: Cayuga Productions|
|George T. Clemens||...||director of photography|
|George W. Davis|
|F. Keogh Gleason||...||(as Keogh Gleason)|
|Ralph W. Nelson||...||production manager|
|Donald C. Klune||...||assistant director (as Don Klune)|
|Franklin Milton||...||sound (as Frank Milton)|
|Van Allen James||...||sound effects editor (uncredited)|
|Sam Clayberger||...||background artist- opening title sequence (uncredited) / layout artist- title sequence (uncredited)|
|Rudy Larriva||...||animator/animation director - opening titles (uncredited)|
|Joe Messerli||...||effects painter-title sequence (uncredited)|
|René Garriguenc||...||composer: stock music (uncredited)|
|Bernard Herrmann||...||composer: stock music (uncredited) / composer: theme music (uncredited)|
|Lucien Moraweck||...||composer: stock music (uncredited)|
|Herbert Klynn||...||title designer (uncredited)|
- CBS (1960) (United States) (tv) (original airing)
- Image Entertainment (2010) (United States) (Blu-ray) (DVD)
- United Productions of America (UPA) (animated title)
Rocky Valentine is a small-time hood who has been on the wrong side of the law for most of his life. After robbing a pawn shop, he is gunned down by the police and awakens to be met by Mr. Pip, who describes himself as a guide to his new surroundings. Rocky can't quite believe where he's ended up as he can have anything he desires. He's living in a beautiful apartment, never loses at the casino and is always surrounded by beautiful women. What good deed could he have done in life to deserve this. After a month or so however the shine of having anything and everything wears off. Written by garykmcd
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|Trivia||The slot machine seen here was the one used in The Fever (1960). See more »|
|Goofs||When Rocky kicks the women out and slams the door the entire wall shakes. Then when he is trying to open the door, you can see the wall and door frame moving along with the door. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Referenced in Chasing It (2007). See more »|
|Soundtracks||Twilight Zone Theme See more »|
[spontaneously appearing behind Rocky]
Yes, Mr. Valentine, what can I do for you?
Henry Francis 'Rocky' Valentine: [in a fit] Will you stop creeping around?
Mr. Pip: Anything you say, sir.
Henry Francis 'Rocky' Valentine: "Anything I say, anything I say." Knock it off, will you!
Mr. Pip: Why? Is something wrong?
Henry Francis 'Rocky' Valentine: No, no, nothing's wrong; everything is just peachy! Look, I've been in this dump for a month and I can't stand it anymore!
Mr. Pip: But I don't understand.
Henry Francis 'Rocky' Valentine: Alright, I'll spell it out for you, Fats. I'm bored! *Bored*! I mean, there's no excitement around here, no kicks!
Mr. Pip: Yeah, but the gambling, I thought you enjoyed that!
Henry Francis 'Rocky' Valentine: I do! But when you win *every* time, that ain't gambling, that's charity!
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