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by | Read by Stacy Keach and a Full Cast

Audio Theater • 3.5 hrs. • Audio Program • © 2002

Rod Serling's "Twilight Zone" teleplays are among the most memorable in television history. The best of these four adaptations is "The 30-Fathom Grave," starring Blair Underwood. Kim Fields (Tootie from TV's "The Facts of Life") reprises Anne Francis's role in "The After Hours" as an amnesiac stranded in a department store. In "The Man in the Bottle," Ed Begley, Jr., plays a kindly curio-shop owner who learns to be careful what he wishes for. "Night of the Meek," the final story in this collection, a perennial favorite from the original series, stars Chris McDonald as a down-and-out department store Santa, but lacks the emotional punch of Art Carney's original 1960 performance. Narrator Stacy Keach and announcer Doug James do faithful Rod Serling impressions. The music and atmosphere capture the tone of the original, making this a nostalgic treat for old fans, and a wonderful introduction for those who have never set foot in the Twilight Zone. S.E.S. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine [Published: APR/MAY 03]



Retail pak • Falcon Picture Group • 2002

CS ISBN 1591710596 $27.99 • Four cassettes

CD ISBN 159171060X $27.99 • Four CDs

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