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The Outer Limits (1963) 2 Seasons

Season 2
4.0 out of 5 stars (211) IMDb 8.2/10

Exciting original science fiction that extrapolates from known facts possible future events that are memorable, strange, and sometimes terrifying.

Starring:
Vic Perrin, Bob Johnson

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1. Soldier

A quirk in Time lands an Earth soldier of the future back in our present time. He's armed with an incredible weapon and an exaggerate instinct to kill. Government authorities apprehend and hold him in custody for examination.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: September 19, 1964
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2. Cold Hands, Warm Heart

Astronaut Jeff Barton returns from a successful and much heralded orbit of the planet Venus. His heroic exploit earns him full command of a proposed space flight to colonize Mars.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: September 26, 1964
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3. Behold, Eck!

Quite by chance, eye-specialist James Stone fashions several pairs of glasses which enable his patients to see an otherwise invisible horrendous, two dimensional monster.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: October 3, 1964
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4. Expanding Human

Roy Clinton, a university professor experiments with a drug that expands human consciousness. The drug not only increases Clinton's awareness and sensitivity, but also changes his appearance, gives him hypnotic power, as well as superhuman strength.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: October 10, 1964
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5. Demon With A Glass Hand

Robert Culp stars as a man from the future who travels back in time to battle an alien race intent on taking over Earth.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: October 17, 1964
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6. Cry Of Silence

Andy and Karen Thorne drive to remote Wild Canyon to inspect some farmland they're thinking of buying. En route, their car stalls -they've been road blocked and surrounded by animated tumbleweeds!

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: October 24, 1964
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7. Invisible Enemy

A flight to Mars succeeds - but the astronauts don't come back home. A second expedition sets out to discover why the first men on Mars landed safely but never returned. They find wreckage of the first craft but there's no sign of life.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: October 31, 1964
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8. Wolf 359

Professor Jonathan Wragg reproduces a planet in miniature and introduces the DNA factor: life. Evolutionary forces on the planet progress at such a rate that life on the small planet soon advances in time to the present day.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: November 7, 1964
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9. I, Robot

Dr. Charles Link, a small town research scientist constructs a robot. Link's murdered. The robot, Adam, is blamed and declared to be a Frankenstein monster.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: November 14, 1964
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10. The Inheritors (Part 1)

A meteor crashes in Hui Tan Providence. From its ore, handmade bullets are molded and find their way to battle. Four soldiers of the opposing army fall, all from identical wounds in the head.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: November 21, 1964
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11. The Inheritors (Part 2)

Four soldiers have been turned into scientific geniuses as the result of gunshot wounds from four identical bullets. The missiles were made form ore in a meteorite.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: November 29, 1964
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12. Keeper Of The Purple Twilight

Scientist Eric Plummer comes under the sinister influence of a creature from outer space. It's capable of materializing in human form but lacks human emotions. Plummer agrees to exchange his emotions for scientific data known only to the creature.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: December 5, 1964
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13. The Duplicate Man

Henderson James, a Twenty-First Century space anthropologist, secretly studies a strange animal from another planet.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: December 19, 1964
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14. Counterweight

A group of carefully selected passengers board a space ship for a simulated flight to a distant planet. A panic button is the only contact they'll have with the outside world for the duration. Pressing it will end the flight.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: December 26, 1964
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15. The Brain of Colonel Barham

Brilliant space explorer Colonel Alec Barham is about to die of a fatal disease.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: January 2, 1965
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16. The Premonition

Under instruction from flight control director Baldwin, test pilot Jim Darcy executes a maneuver which causes his supersonic plan to exceed heretofore known velocities.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: January 9, 1965
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17. The Probe

Pilot "Cobe" Coberly heads the crew of a transoceanic cargo plane in flight to Tokyo with only one passenger, Amanda Frank. A hurricane forces the plane to ditch directly within the "eye" of the storm.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 51 minutes Release date: January 16, 1965
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By Wayne Klein HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 4, 2007
Format: DVD
The first season of "The Outer Limits" was the best. Sure the second season had some classic episodes (among them "Solider" and "Demon with a Glass Hand" which inspired James Cameron to come up with "The Terminator". I'd give the shows here 5 stars but 0 stars to MGM for this reissue. Why? Because these are the exact same digital transfers as last time. They haven't been enhanced with any thing AND there are no extras. I'd average that out to 2 stars for this set.

Don't get me wrong--the first season was terrific for the most part. This set (like the first season set) features the moving "The Man Who Was Never Born" with Martin Landau as a scarred victim of a viral holocaust who is given the chance to go back in time and prevent the birth of the man who created his sterile world. Featuring a rich score by the late Domninic Frontiere (among his best), this was "The Outer Limits" as its best. Also we get "The Galaxy Being" with Cliff Roberson who unwittingly brings an alien creature he has been communicating with from a world made of anti-matter into ours causing destruction and death. David McCallum in "The Sixth Finger" about the results of an experiment to push humanity to evolve to the next level but how, in the process, we lose the essence of what makes us human.

"The Zanti Misfits" like much of Stefano's work provides a neat allegory about human nature. We also get "The Borderlands" and many other classic episodes mixed with claptrap like "Human Factor" but almost everything here is terrific even if we're only getting half a season at a higher price than before.

Why not include a commentary track from surviving actors or David J. Suchow the author on the definitive book on "The Outer Limits"?
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By A Customer on September 16, 2003
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When I first saw the Outer Limits series, I was young enough that I'm sure much of the story line went directly into the subliminal mind. So when the DVD sets came out I wanted to review each episode to see exactly what was going into my subconscious mind at such an young and tender age. Much to my surprise I found my self highly challenged by both seasons. Having lived at least half a life time, I did not expect to find myself so challenged. Now I know how much dramatic media can indeed influence the subconscious mind.
In fact, if I had been a little bit older when I first watched the series, I think my life might have been different. I was too young at the time to really be able to hold onto the dramatic impact and theme of each episode. What truly amazes me is how much the story and theme carry the episode, and how minimal the special effects. This realization has made me rethink my whole experience with contemporary science fiction cinema. Once all the computer graphic, virtual reality special effects, all the senseless, sensationalistic violence and sex are stripped away, how much does contemporary science fiction really tell a story?
I can hardly think of any contemporary science fiction movie that can stand on the story line alone, without the aid of special effects. Yet the creators of Outer Limits were able to accomplish amazing dramatic effects with light and shadow, playhouse sets, and black and white photography. Better yet, with a constantly changing cast, the acting comes across far superior to so much of today's stock, formula performances by Hollywood stock performers. Today, make a science fiction and chances are that you've got to cast Kenau Reeves, Tom Kruse, or the Star Trek/Wars crew to even get into production.
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This "redundant" DVD re-release is absurd and unfair and doesn't do justice to the show. It's a disgrace and a real swindle that a major and "wealthy" Studio release a vintage show in two volumes. With today's technology, you could, at least, obtain a complete restoration from the original 35 mm prints. The first DVD release was cheaply cleaned up and featured no extras and worst: no language options. I advise all "Outer Limits" diehard fans to read a full account of the lowdown first DVD edition by getting this publication serving as an evidence for the future: "Video Watchdog", n° 89 and n° 102, November 2002 and December 2003, articles by "Outer Limits" expert David J. Schow. I reject this vulgar 2007 DVD edition that deserves to be dumped into the "Pit" (Cf. "It Crawled out of the Woodwork")! I believe that the right action from the Studio would be to re-release the entire season in one single set including:

- 32 restored copies

- the two "restored" alternate pilots ("Please Stand By" and "The Unknown")

- restored trailers and promos

- audio commentaries by expert David J. Schow

- interviews with "Outer Limits" cast and crew

- isolated scores

- languages options (dubbings and subtitles: English, Spanish, French)

"When this passion called aspiration becomes lust, then aspiration degenerates, becomes vulgar ambition, by which sin the angels fell."

--End Narration from "The Bellero Shield".
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MGM splits the first season in half. You get 2 double sided discs, same format as the first release. No extras. I can only assume the episodes are NOT remastered. What is the point? True fans bought the first set. Casual fans will probably seek out their favorite episodes. What are the odds their favorites fall within the first 16 episodes?

This set makes no sense whatsoever. Without ANY additional attractions, I don't see why anyone would buy this.
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