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  • Actors: Rod Serling, Robert McCord, Jay Overholts, Vaughn Taylor, James Turley
  • Writers: Rod Serling
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Black & White, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 16, 2001
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000055ZCW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,131 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Twilight Zone, Vol. 41" on IMDb

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Episodes: "The Mighty Casey" (Episode 35, June 17, 1960) - A broken-down baseball team soars when a new player, a human-looking robot, pitches shut-out after shut-out. He must be altered to become more human, but how will this affect his superhuman skills? "Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up" (Episode 64, May 26, 1961) - State troopers follow tracks from an unidentified flying object to a diner where they try to determine which of the seven bus passengers stranded inside is really a Martian. "The Changing of the Guard" (Episode 102, June 1, 1962) - Donald Pleasence is Professor Ellis Fowler, forced to retire after 51 years of teaching. Feeling his life was worthless, Fowler is startled by the ghostly appearance of former students. "Come Wander with Me" (Episode 154, May 22, 1964) - A singer (Gary Crosby) journeys to the backwoods to find authentic folk songs. He hears a great ballad...a timeless tune that will have a very personal meaning for him.

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They have their own menu page and you have to navigate around until you find them!
gobirds2
That is until he gats to talk with some of his students, and I don't mean any of his students from the present, but from the past.
Janet Chandler
Come Wander With Me: 4.5 stars This ep. is great because the song is haunting and it also has a rather strange ending and meaning.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By gobirds2 TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 5, 2001
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Volume 41 of "The Twilight Zone" contains `Easter Eggs.' `Easter Eggs' are hidden extras on the DVD which are not listed on the cover or even mentioned in the main menu. They have their own menu page and you have to navigate around until you find them! `COME WANDER WITH ME' for instance contains an isolated music track. Many people complained about the reissue of `THE ENCOUNTER' on DVD in Vol. 33. However, it was reissued because it contains an `Easter Egg.' `THE ENCOUNTER' contains an isolated music track! Now, on to the main review!
`COME WANDER WITH ME' has been a long-overlooked episode which first aired on May 22, 1964. It is a very strange and enigmatic tale written by Anthony Wilson and directed by Richard Donner. It stars Gary Crosby as a folk singer who ventures into the backwoods in search of his next hit song. He's a con man who steals authentic folk ballads by using a tape recorder and Gary Crosby is brilliant in this role. Crosby brings a real facade of charisma that the role demanded and he makes this episode work. This is a very atmospheric episode that does not hit you right away. You may not even like it. But its haunting images and singular tune may linger with you and you may just revisit this one again and again (that's a little hint about the story). I have done so many times and this one of my favorite episodes right up there with `WALKING DISTANCE' and `NIGHTMARE AT 20,000 FEET.' I highly recommend `COME WANDER WITH ME.' `THE MIGHTY CASEY' is an enjoyable little episode written by Rod Serling about a down and out baseball team that gets a little help from a robot named Casey. The very dependable Jack Warden as usual turns in a good performance. `A PIANO IN THE HOUSE' which first aired on February 16, 1962 shows the cruelty that lies beneath the surface of some people.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Y2bjs Reviews on April 14, 2008
I have a whole stack of episodes from this series.I wouldn't say every episode is brilliant,but some realy leave you thinking.Here is a good selection from the series.Makes me wonder at times where they got the ideas for these episodes.There is nothing quite like it on Tv these days,they rely too much on special effects rather than a good script and fine acting.The twists and turns to each episode keep you interested.
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The 41st volume in the "Twilight Zone" DVD series is a decent one with two good episodes and two so-so episodes. The first episode on the disc is "The Mighty Casey".

Sports was not a common theme in the "Zone" A couple shows dealing with boxing, "Big Tall Wish" and "Steel" and one on pool "A Game of Pool". "The Mighty Casey" would be one of those few episodes and the only one dealing with baseball. A down on their luck baseball team needs some kind of miracle to change their misfortune around. That miracle came to them from a man who had been training a young man to become the greatest pitcher of all time and he was offering the services of this pitcher to the team. An offer too good to be true but the young man is astounding when he goes out on the pitchers mound and in no time becomes the ace pitcher of the team and the most dominating player in baseball. But when the truth about this baseball player is revealed to the manager of the team he learns the offer really is too good to be true.

The next episode on the disc is a true classic story from the "Zone", "Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up". Reports of a UFO sends two state troopers out to find out if the area has been invades by Martians. They stop by a diner where a bus load of people have stopped for the evening due to the bridge being out. After much questioning and unable to determine if anyone in the group is indeed a Martian and with the bridge once again opened the troopers send everyone one their way. Then and only then is it revealed to the viewers if there is a Martian with one of those classic twist of an ending the "Twilight Zone" was known for.
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"Come Wander with Me" is the memorable Richard Donner-directed episode I actually saw telecast on CBS that Friday night in June of 1964. "Twilight" may have run its course, but not for me. Gary Crosby, son of Bing, portrays Floyd Burney, a rockabilly star (Roy Orbison and 50s Elvis) who finds money has no power in the backwoods and a song he wants for himself seals his fate. "Will the Real Martian Stand Up?" is also a nice scifi tale with John Hoyt and Barney Phillips in a country diner. "The Changing of the Guard" reunites Donald Pleasence's boys' school professor with deceased students from his earlier days who prove he was a dedicated educator to them. "The Mighty Casey," with Jack Warden as a desperate coach, is the mediocre episode, though all four are Rod Serling scripts.
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