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The Twilight Zone: Season 3 [Blu-ray] (1962)

Rod Serling , Bill Mumy , Don Medford , Douglas Heyes  |  Unrated |  Blu-ray
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  • Actors: Rod Serling, Bill Mumy, Carol Burnett, Cliff Robertson, Leonard Nimoy
  • Directors: Don Medford, Douglas Heyes, Richard L. Bare
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Black & White, Full Screen, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: February 15, 2011
  • Run Time: 950 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (316 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0049HOVEG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #179,824 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Twilight Zone: Season 3 [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

Special Features

19 New Audio Commentaries, featuring The Twilight Zone Companion author Marc Scott Zicree, author/film historian Gary Gerani (Fantastic Television), authors/historians Scott Skelton and Jim Benson (Rod Serling's Night Gallery: An After Hours Tour), Twilight Zone writers Earl Hamner, George Clayton Johnson and John Tomerlin, writer William F. Nolan (Logan's Run), author/historian Martin Grams, Jr. (The Twilight Zone: Unlocking the Door to a Television Classic), writer Marv Wolfman (creator of Blade and New Teen Titans), writer Neil Gaiman (Sandman, Coraline), writer/producer Jeff Vlaming (NCIS, Fringe, Battlestar Galactica), writer Mark Fergus (Children of Men, Iron Man) and writer Len Wein (creator of Swamp Thing, Wolverine, New X-Men)

Interview with actor Edson Stroll

Original laugh track for Cavender Is Coming

Vintage audio interview with Director of Photography, George T. Clemens

19 radio dramas featuring Don Johnson, Blair Underwood, Ernie Hudson, Morgan Brittany, Adam West, Ed Begley, Jr., Jason Alexander, Shelley Berman, Michael York, Bruno Kirby and more

Isolated scores for all 37 episodes featuring the legendary Bernard Herrmann, Van Cleave, Fred Steiner and others

Also Includes:

Audio commentaries by actors Bill Mumy, Lois Nettleton, William Windom, Leonard Nimoy, Robert Cornthwaite and Cliff Robertson

Audio commentary by Jonathan Winters for A Game of Pool, plus Winters reads the Alternate ending from the original script

Clip from the 1989 remake of A Game of Pool, featuring George Clayton Johnson’s original ending

Clip from the 1985 remake of Dead Man’s Shoes, featuring Helen Mirren in Dead Woman’s Shoes

Vintage audio recollections with Buzz Kulik, Buck Houghton, Richard L. Bare, Lamont Johnson and Earl Hamner

Rare Rod Serling appearances as a guest on The Garry Moore Show and Tell It to Groucho and as host of the popular game show Liar’s Club

And much more!


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Additional Features

For Twilight Zone fans, the signpost up ahead shows that the Blu-ray presentation of the legendary fantasy-drama's third season is as well stocked with quality extras as its previous two releases. As before, the five-disc set blends new features recorded specifically for the Blu-ray release with commentary tracks and vintage audio and video clips from the Definitive Edition DVD releases. The commentary tracks are the most substantive new extras, including observations from Twilight Zone historian Marc Scott Zicree; series scribes George Clayton Johnson (who weighs in on four of his episodes, including a "A Game of Pool" and "Kick the Can"), Earl Hamner Jr. ("The Hunt"), and John Tomerlin ("The Jungle"); as well as such notable admirers as Neil Gaiman, Jeff Vlaming (Battlestar Galactica), William F. Nolan (Logan's Run), and comic book legends Marv Wolfman (Blade) and Len Wein (Swamp Thing). An additional 19 radio dramas, featuring audio remakes of classic episodes and performances by Jason Alexander, Blair Underwood, Don Johnson, and Michael Rooker (The Walking Dead), are also included, as well as isolated scores by Van Cleave and legendary studio musician Tommy Morgan ("The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank") and the original laugh track for "Cavender Is Coming," a proposed series pilot starring Carol Burnett and Jesse White. Actor Edson Stroll offers his observations on "The Trade-Ins," which marked his second appearance on The Twilight Zone (the other being "Eye of the Beholder"), while the third part of Zicree's 1978 interview with director of photography George T. Clemens--the man largely responsible for the series' distinctive look--rounds out the new material.

That alone is a staggering amount of supplemental features for any viewer, but the season-three Blu-ray also offers all of the extras from the season-three Definitive Edition, including commentaries from Billy Mumy, Leonard Nimoy, Cliff Robertson, and Jonathan Winters, who reads Johnson's alternative ending from "A Game of Pool." Audio interviews with producer Buck Houghton, directors Lamont Johnson and Buzz Kulik, Rod Serling's guest appearances on The Garry Moore Show (to promote "Cavender"), and a clip of his post-Zone hosting job on The Liar's Club are among the many highlights of this exceptional set. --Paul Gaita

Product Description

All 37 episodes of the third season of Rod Serling’s classic, groundbreaking series, now presented in pristine high-definition for the first time ever, along with hours of new and exclusive bonus features not available anywhere else!

Episodes: Two, The Arrival , The Shelter, The Passerby, A Game of Pool, The Mirror, The Grave, It's a Good Life, Death's Head Revisited , The Midnight Sun, Still Valley, The Jungle, Once Upon a Time, Five Characters in Search of an Exit, A Quality of Mercy, Nothing in the Dark, One More Pallbearer, Dead Man's Shoes, The Hunt , Showdown with Rance McGrew, Kick the Can, A Piano in the House, The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank, To Serve Man, The Fugitive, Little Girl Lost, Person or Persons Unknown, The Little People, Four O'Clock , Hocus-Pocus and Frisby, The Trade-ins, The Gift, The Dummy, Young Man's Fancy, I Sing the Body Electric, Cavender Is Coming , The Changing of the Guard


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189 of 199 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Episode guide October 4, 2005
Format:DVD
#1 Two

Charles Bronson and Elizabeth Montgomery play the sole survivors of a nuclear holocaust.

#2 The Arrival

An airline official tests his theory that a newly arrived but totally empty plane is imaginary-with startling results.

#3 The Shelter

A neighborhood panics when they believe they are under a nuclear attack and attempt to invade the only bomb shelter on the block.

#4 The Passersby

A wounded Civil War soldier starts to believe that he and the people around him have already died.

#5 A Game of Pool

A pool master returns from the dead to play one last game with an eager young hustler.

#6 The Mirror

A dictator discovers a mirror that shows the faces of his assassins.

#7 The Grave

A hired gunman defies a Western outlaw's warning that if he ever came near his grave he'd reach up and snatch away his life. Stars Lee Marvin, Strother Martin, Lee Van Cleef.

#8 It's a Good Life

A six-year-old boy holds a town in terror with his powers to change or destroy anyone or anything at will.

#9 Deaths-Head Revisited

A former Nazi is tried by a jury of his own victims. .

#10 The Midnight Sun

The inhabitants of Earth prepare to meet their doom as their planet heads toward the Sun.

#11 Still Valley

A Confederate scout is given a magical book that could guarantee their victory.

#12 The Jungle

A former prospector is haunted in Manhattan by an African jungle beast.

#13 Once Upon a Time

A janitor puts on a helmet that takes him 72 years into the future. Stars Buster Keaton.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 for the boxset, 4 for the eps. May 6, 2005
By Mark. D
Format:DVD
Season 3 and the episodes from this classic series have once again been given the whole super-duper treatment. Good work guys!!

By now the Zone's quality had slipped a little. Still,eps like "Nothing in the Dark", "The Dummy", "To Serve Man" and "Five Characters in Search of an Exit" remain unforgettable and still influence tv/ movies today.

Features in this package include:

-commentaries from William Windom, Leonard Nimoy, Cliff Robertson, Lois Nettleton, and Billy Mumy.

- teasers for next week's shows

- isolated soundtracks

- audio recollections from a bunch of contributors

- Serling's Night Gallery previews for next week's eps

It's all good and dare I say it...gets better with Season 4 and the hour long episodes.
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44 of 51 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another Exciting TZ Season! April 16, 2005
Format:DVD
I'm totally enjoying the remastered "Definitive Season" releases with all the included bonus features. #3 here looks like another winner with a crisp digital transfer! Kudos to Image Entertaiment and CBS DVD for an excellent job!

Meanwhile, I've got a stack of 3-4 episode DVD's and 2 episode VHS copies looking mighty lonely. For everyone in this situation, I think a good home might be a local library or even better a senior living centre. That would be a good demographic to donate to.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The special features & a few comments November 4, 2005
Format:DVD
Season three of the definitive edition contains the 37 episodes, and also the following bonus material on DVD five:

1. The famous writer's school promo

2. SciFi Channel Twilight Zone marathon promo

3. Rod Serling's Night Gallery promo spots

4. Season 3 billboards

5. Season 4 photo gallery

6. The Twilight Zone comic book in .pdf format (which seasons 1 and 2 have and presumably 4 contain also--I haven't viewed season 4 yet)

There are also commercials for Colgate, Wildroot Cream Oil, and Oasis menthol cigarets

The Night Gallery promo spots include:

1. Promos

2. Bumpers

3. Teasers

4. Introduction

5. Station IDs

In addition to the above bonus material, the DVD also contains the following 4 episodes:

1. The Dummy

2. I Sing the Body Electric

3. Cavender is Coming

4. The Changing of the Guard

This DVD has a little more bonus material than the bonus DVD for season 2, which has five episodes. Season 1 has the most bonus material, since it consists of 6 DVDs with the last one all bonus material. Seasons 1 and 2 are both five DVD sets (and probably season 4 too, I just haven't looked at it yet).

I also noted that the season 3 episode introductions differ slightly from seasons one and two. The woman's eye image has disappeared (which didn't appear in the first season), and now there is a receding spiral pattern. In the second season, Serling's voice introduction is worded differently, which seems to be preserved in the third season. Also, the Twlight Zone title explodes or shatters noiselessly at the end into little fragments before fading away now.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This Has Been...a Love Story March 8, 2007
I finally made my first purchase from Amazon's Unbox Video Downloads just to try the service and am happy to report a solid customer experience. For $1.99, I purchased and downloaded one of my favorite episodes of "The Twilight Zone", and it took about twenty minutes to download through a broadband connection. I don't think it's the most ideal way to see full-length motion pictures, but for a 26-minute classic TV program, I think my 17" LCD monitor makes for a suitable viewing experience, and the video quality of the downloaded file is clean.

Aired on September 15, 1961 as the show's third season opener, the episode is a Cold War fantasy appropriately called "Two" about the last two survivors on earth, a man and a woman, after an apocalyptic world war in 2109. Written and directed by TV veteran Montgomery Pittman, the simple plot revolves around the complicating fact that he is an American infantryman and she is an invading Russian soldier. Like two feral animals, they glare at each other among the debris of a deserted town destroyed by the war. He even knocks her out her after she aggressively throws pots and pans at him. The reality of their solitary existence, however, gradually dawns on them, especially after they see an evening dress in a shop window inspiring her to speak her only word of dialogue - "Prekrassnyi" - the Russian word for "lovely".

What really makes this episode memorable is the unlikely casting. Two years before she twitched her nose on "Bewitched", a brunette Elizabeth Montgomery, looking appropriately ravaged and sporting a deadly ray gun, plays the untrusting Russian soldier with surprising fierceness and vulnerability. The American is played by perennial tough-guy Charles Bronson, fresh from "The Magnificent Seven".
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5.0 out of 5 stars Twilight Zone
As good as I remember it, have always liked the cheaply yet imaginatively done special effects.
Published 1 day ago by craig e. weis
4.0 out of 5 stars Great season.
I don't like all the episode but it's still good. I pick apart the episode, some of them I don't like. Definitely going to collect them all.
Published 2 days ago by Leah
5.0 out of 5 stars Season 3 is brilliant
Episode 31 contains quotes Robert Browning's poetry and from Khalil Gibran's The Prophet. Can you imagine trotting this out in 2014? The series is literate and well-acted. Read more
Published 6 days ago by z
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Great show, still holds up after all these year. Season after season!
Published 7 days ago by Diana
5.0 out of 5 stars Please read this...
If you lived a similar life to mine.. Then watching the Twilight Zone was part of growing up in the 60's.. I grew up on N.O.T.S. China Lake Ca. Read more
Published 12 days ago by K. Baer
4.0 out of 5 stars You get an education on the mind with this film, a must see film...
I like psychological thrillers and this one had me on the edge of my seat. Little better than "B" acting but the story is well scripted. Read more
Published 18 days ago by Kay F Gibbs
5.0 out of 5 stars There out there
One of the shows we really like watching. Its things on the show that you don't see anymore on tv . Some shows are quite silly but good in a way . Read more
Published 22 days ago by bob sobczak
5.0 out of 5 stars Serling's Classics
Enjoyed the third season thoroughly. My brother said he did not like it being in Black & White. But many classics are in it. Read more
Published 27 days ago by Daniel J.
4.0 out of 5 stars Stop talking so much, and let me watch the Twilight zone o.k.
It's a blast from the past. Rod Serling, can't beat his writing. You can be sure that whoever is watching need not to worry about R subject material. It's for all ages. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Frank Garcia
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Always interesting, well scripted and well acted
Published 1 month ago by Charles A. Fleming
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Not diggin' the Blu-ray set price for season 3.
The price will drop from market place sellers. You are right Rushead 75 bucks is high. Seen it today for 65. Probably will go down even further. the hardest part is waitin'. Still waiting to get season 2, still seems high. Probably will break down and get season 2 this weekend.
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