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The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series [Blu-ray]


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Product Details

  • Actors: Rod Serling, Art Carney, Burgess Meredith, Cliff Robertson, Dennis Weaver
  • Directors: John Brahm
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Box set, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 24
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: June 5, 2012
  • Run Time: 4483 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (831 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007I8KXQ8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,351 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

  • Features Stunning Brand-New High-Definition Transfers
  • Audio Commentaries
  • Twilight Zone Radio Dramas
  • Video Interviews
  • Conversations with Rod Serling
  • Highlights from the Museum of Television and Radio seminar
  • Isolated Music Scores
  • Twilight Zone Billboards
  • Twilght Zone Stills
  • George Clayton Johnson Home Movies
  • Rod Serling Blooper Reel
  • Genesee Beer spot
  • Saturday Night Live Clip
  • Twilight Zone Comic Book
  • Complete script for Twenty-Two with Serling's handwritten notes

Editorial Reviews

All 156 episodes of Rod Serling's classic, groundbreaking series are now presented in pristine high-definition in this spectacular Blu-ray box set. Also includes many hours of new and exclusive bonus features, including: Rare unofficial pilot episode “The Time Element,” Original unaired pilot version of “Where is Everybody?” with Rod Serling’s network pitch, Numerous audio commentaries and interviews, Rod Serling’s audio lectures, Promos for “next week’s” show, Radio dramas, Sponsor billboards, Isolated music scores, and so much more.

Customer Reviews

One of the best shows ever on TV!
Artsy1515
This year I had my own marathon with no commercials and I can watch this whenever I want now.
Betty Bright
I was not let down, this set of dvd's are great quality.
A. Aquino

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,074 of 1,114 people found the following review helpful By David Alan Hall on October 6, 2006
Format: DVD
Giving this set a bad rating because you already bought an earlier set is doing any potential buyers of this set a grave injustice.

It is, simply, astonishing. Why? Start with digital transfers from the original camera negatives and magnetic tracks. Add commentaries for the majority of episodes. And multiple commentaries for several episodes. Add Rod Serling's college lectures used for commentaries. Add interviews with cast and crew members. Add isolated msic scores. Add intros and outros. Add network promo spots. Add the TWILIGHT ZONE radio dramas and comic books...I could go on but why bother? If you are a TWILIGHT ZONE FAN, you won't be disappointed.
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405 of 425 people found the following review helpful By Alain Bergeron on October 7, 2006
Format: DVD
I am a real fan of Rod Serling's Twilight Zone. I bought the 42 VHS collection of Twilight Zone via Columbia House Canada and paid nearly $1500.00 for the entire collection more than ten years ago. What a deal to obtain the DVD collection with all the extras for a fraction of what I paid for the VHS. The quality is excellent. One little note: there is no close caption for the season one but no problem for seasons 2,3,4,5. Thank you Amazon. I live in Québec canada and it took only five days to receive the collection by regular mail.
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240 of 253 people found the following review helpful By Scott Clifton on July 22, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Great set, clean and sharp transfers, love the collection, BUT...

WARNING TO NEW VIEWERS:

(1) DO NOT for ANY REASON watch OR listen to the main DVD Menu! Just hit the mute button until the images go away. REASON: The main menu stupidly gives away the plot twists for several classic episodes, spoiling the surprises for those who haven't seen them.

(2) When you choose an episode, DO NOT look below the top left corner; just hit "Enter" or "Play." REASON: The chapter selections for a number of episodes GIVE AWAY PLOT TWISTS with their descriptions and pictures.

(3) Do NOT read the liner notes included in each season box! Same reason as above: Pictures and descriptions give away plot points, to the point where fans like me say, "Why on earth did they show that picture? It completely gives away the entire episode!"

I'm flabbergasted that the folks that put these together set the episodes up this way. I played many episodes for my older children, but the DVD menu had ruined the endings for several episodes for them.

So, to summarize:
(a) Bravo!
(b) ARRRGHH!!!
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72 of 73 people found the following review helpful By keviny01 on January 10, 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Like a lot of the fans, I've watched and re-watched all 156 episodes from the original 1959-64 sci-fi series "The Twilight Zone", bought the DVDs, and now the Blu-rays. The high quality of the writing, the often-memorable photography by George T. Clemens, the signature title theme and some of the memorable scores, the wide range of genres attempted (from comedy, western, horror, to straight drama and fantasy), the trademarked surprise twist endings, and above all, the often thought-provoking themes are what enthrall all the Zone fans to this day.

Many of the episodes involve some kind of tragic irony, or a cruel twist of fate at the end. In "Time Enough At Last", Burgess Meredith is a bookworm who tries to find time to read, but to no avail. In "The Hitchhiker", a young woman tries to escape from a stalker, only to find that...she can't escape. "One More Pallbearer" is about a man who hides in a bomb shelter as the world ends. In "The Silence", a man bets that he can remain completely silent for a specified period of time; he wins the bet, but still loses.

Some episodes have subtle or obvious, mostly liberal, progressive themes. "The Obsolete Man" is about an old man on trial for being obsolete in a totalitarian state. In the fantasy episode "A Quality of Mercy", Dean Stockwell is a World War II soldier who physically turns into a Japanese and gets the enemy's point of view. "The Encounter" tackles racism head on, and it's a rarely shown episode where a Japanese-American (George Takei) is locked in a room with a virulent bigot. I recall at least a couple of episodes involving Adolf Hitler. And quite a few episodes promote tolerance of various kinds.
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314 of 342 people found the following review helpful By John P. Morgan VINE VOICE on October 31, 2006
Format: DVD
a man in his 40s. See him sitting at his computer writing yet another review for Amazon.com. Smart, educated, funny. He is the kind of man that men envy and women want to be with. There's just one thing, though, tonight this man will find out he lives in the Twilight Zone...

This show was absolutely fantastic. The writing, the acting, the production value, everything about this show was/is/and will always be perfect. You couldn't make a show like this now. It has too much depth, too much insight, too much actual truth in it for the networks to handle. It seems as though television's motto today is, "Keep 'em numb, keep 'em dumb". Yeah, there are a few good shows that actually have some intelligence to them, but nothing packs a punch like the original Twilight Zone. The beauty of Serling and his collaborator's writing was that it was tight and yet sparse. They didn't spell everything out for you. They assumed you had a brain and that you were capable enough to use it. In fact, a lot of the stories that were on the "creepy side" were not about the things you didn't know, but the things you thought you did. I mean, who would've guess that To serve Man was actually a cookbook?

I used to really look forward to Thanksgiving Day...no, not because of the dried out old bird with the runny gray stuff oozing out of it that my aunt insisted was turkey and stuffing, but the annual Twilight Zone marathon. Every year on the Los Angeles station, KTLA, channel 5 they had a morning till night Twilight Zone marathon with the top five being in the latter part of the marathon. No matter how many times I saw certain episodes, they still gave me the "wooly bumps". Like for instance, Terror at 20,000 feet.
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br vs. dvd set
On the BD but not on DVD:
- English subtitles for all episodes (DVD has closed captioning only for Season 2-5)
- remastered mono audio tracks for all episodes (less hiss)
- 73 additional audio commentaries
- 55 additional radio dramas
- video restored for "next week" episode promos that... Read More
Feb 3, 2013 by keviny01 |  See all 12 posts
Slipcovers?
Not sure exactly how to tell which Blu-Ray edition I have if there are more than one release in 2012 (that's all I see on the outer slipcase). I ordered the "multi-format" ASIN B007I8KXQ8 and that looks like what I got. The other "blu-ray" edition says Nov 1 2001, but those... Read More
Jun 27, 2014 by Jack Brown |  See all 3 posts
The Twilight Zone BR set on sale today: safe to buy yet?
I just talked to an Amazon customer service rep about this. When I asked about the problems with older releases, he was very quick to tell me that this boxed set (released on June 5, 2012) is not a repackaging of those releases.

He also told me to call back if there were any problems with the... Read More
Jul 4, 2012 by Shatner the Hutt |  See all 5 posts
spanish subtitles
I feel your pain ='(
Dec 31, 2013 by Karakenio |  See all 2 posts
Play all? Please please!
I just popped in disc 1... I think the menu is fixed. I am not 100% sure I know what you mean, but I saw this on a DVD edition review:

"...(1) DO NOT for ANY REASON watch OR listen to the main DVD Menu! Just hit the mute button until the images go away. REASON: The main menu stupidly... Read More
Jun 27, 2014 by Jack Brown |  See all 2 posts
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