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All 36 episodes of the first season of Rod Serling’s classic, groundbreaking series, now presented in pristine high definition for the first time ever!
Loaded with new and exclusive bonus features not available anywhere else including extremely rare, never-before-released unofficial pilot “The Time Element” written by Rod Serling and hosted by Desi Arnaz – the episode that started a cultural phenomenon – presented in glorious high definition!
All new 1080p high-definition transfers have been created from the original camera negatives, as well as uncompressed PCM audio, remastered from the original magnetic soundtracks.
Season One Episodes:
Where Is Everybody?, One for the Angels, Mr. Denton on Doomsday, The Sixteen Millimeter Shrine, Walking Distance, Escape Clause, The Lonely, Time Enough at Last, Perchance to Dream, Judgment Night, And When the Sky Was Opened, What You Need, The Four of Us Are Dying, Third from the Sun, I Shot an Arrow into the Air, The Hitch-Hiker, The Fever, The Last Flight, The Purple Testament, Elegy, Mirror Image, The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street, A World of Difference, Long Live Walter Jameson, People Are Alike All Over, Execution, The Big Tall Wish, A Nice Place to Visit, Nightmare as a Child, A Stop at Willoughby, The Chaser, A Passage for Trumpet, Mr. Bevis, The After Hours, The Mighty Casey, A World of His Own.
Season 1 included such stars as Anne Francis, Burgess Meredith (eventual veteran of numerous TZ episodes), Ida Lupino, Jack Klugman, Richard Conte, Gig Young, Nehemiah Persoff, Sebastian Cabot, Claude Akins, Earl Holliman, Roddy McDowall, Kevin McCarthy, Ed Wynn, Murray Hamilton, Vera Miles and Ron Howard, all featured in classic episodes. Before the season had even finished, it was hailed by the critics, named by Daily Variety as "the best that has ever been accomplished in half-hour filmed television,” a new phrase had entered the pop-culture lexicon and its success and impact is still felt today – fifty-one years after its debut.
Dedicated visitors to the fifth dimension will find an impressive array of extras in the season 1 set, drawing from both the Definitive Edition DVDs as well as a wealth of new material unearthed or created especially for this presentation. For many, the inclusion of "The Time Element," a 1958 episode of The Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse penned by Rod Serling, will be among the key selling points; never legally available in any format prior to this set, the hour-long story, which stars William Bendix as a man who suffers from a recurring nightmare of being at Pearl Harbor before the attack, has been widely regarded as the unofficial pilot for TZ, and it fits perfectly with the tone and quality of the established episodes. For others, the 19 new commentary tracks created for the Blu-ray set will be the draw; anchored by Twilight Zone Companion author Marc Scott Zicree, and featuring talents ranging from director Ted Post to historian Gary Gerani, the new tracks are informative and flesh out the six provided on the Definitive DVDs. There's also an early version of "What You Need" from the '50s anthology series Tales of Tomorrow; a 1978 interview with cinematographer George T. Clemens, who was responsible for the series' signature look; and 13 isolated music scores featuring the work of Bernard Herrmann and Jerry Goldsmith, among others. All of these features, plus 12 additional Twilight Zone radio adaptations, join the exceptional material from the DVDs, including an unaired version of the pilot episode, "Where Is Everybody?," with Serling's sales pitch to networks; commentary by actor Martin Landau, among others; interviews with producer Douglas Heyes and actor Burgess Meredith; recordings of Serling's lectures; original sponsor billboards; and footage of the show's Emmy wins. --Paul Gaita
I grew up with this show playing in the background as my parents enjoyed the play. This show runs through many years and stands up across time ans space. Read morePublished 2 days ago by thomas harris
There isn't much that has to be said about the black noir Twilight Zone. It's totally classic.Published 2 days ago by Gomez Cooley
I love classic TV. Note all the stars that were a featured on the different episodes and this was before many of them became famous.Published 2 days ago by Bertram J Cooper
If you like Film Noir you will like The Twilight Zone. Excellent writing, acting and photographyPublished 2 days ago by Joseph Porrovecchio
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|Dear Amazon: Please don't allow reviews before release dates!!!||
I have to agree with Matthew. The forum is a place to ask questions or post comments before or after a release and the like. Reviews should be on the actual product, production values and content, not to belly ache for a percieved slight or grudge you have for a company.
Aug 20, 2010 by Eric! | See all 12 posts
You would be surprised what people say on this site, you are correct, Amazon is also just as unreliable. Thanks for the link. I'm very interested in seeing the pilot.
Jul 8, 2010 by Rushead 2112-Hemispheres | See all 8 posts
this is region one locked for north america. so is season 3 , this website is good for codes.
Feb 4, 2011 by Michael Dobey | See all 2 posts
|Should I get rid of my Standard Definitive Set||
Should you get rid of it? If you're a big fan then yes because all-new commentaries plus the old ones from the DVD set are included. Plus the first season box contain two unaired pilots never before released. It's worth the upgrade.
May 14, 2011 by A.M. REVIEW | See all 7 posts
|The Twilight Zone Season One Blu-Ray "Walking Distance" Episode||
Yeah: hunt down run-on sentences and beat them to death.
Mar 13, 2011 by JNagarya | See all 2 posts
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