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The Twilight Zone season 2

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29 episodes (454 views)

Air weekdate:Friday Cast:Rod Serling Genre:Fantasy, Science-Fiction, Suspense Channel:CBS Status:Ended

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The Twilight Zone season 2 episodes list:

Episode #1: King Nine Will Not Return (air date: 1960-09-30)

A WWII captain finds himself in the desert, next to his crashed plane. Where is his crew? And why are futuristic jet planes flying overhead?

Episode #2: The Man in the Bottle (air date: 1960-10-07)

A discontented curio shop owner thinks he's finally found happiness when a genie he discovers in an old bottle grants him four wishes.

Episode #3: Nervous Man in a Four Dollar Room (air date: 1960-10-14)

Ordered to commit a murder he doesn't want to perform, a smalltime hood nervously looks in the mirror and sees the man he could have been--confident, strong...and determined to get out.

Episode #4: A Thing About Machines (air date: 1960-10-28)

A writer feels that the machines in his house are conspiring against him.

Episode #5: The Howling Man (air date: 1960-11-04)

A man, on a walking trip of Europe, gets caught in a storm. He finds remote monastery that contains a prisoner.

Episode #6: Eye of the Beholder (air date: 1960-11-11)

A young woman undergoes ""experimental treatments"" in an attempt to make her appear ""normal"".

Episode #7: Nick of Time (air date: 1960-11-18)

A superstitious newlywed becomes obsessed by a penny fortune-telling machine when he and his new wife are stranded with car trouble.

Episode #8: The Lateness of the Hour (air date: 1960-12-02)

Dr. Loren enjoys the faultless robot servants he has invented. His daughter, however, feels imprisoned by them--and soon learns how right she is.

Episode #9: The Trouble with Templeton (air date: 1960-12-09)

Booth Templeton is an aging actor who longs for the old days when his wife was alive. Miraculously, he is given a sobering glimpse of the past he holds so dear.

Episode #10: A Most Unusual Camera (air date: 1960-12-16)

Chester Diedrich and his wife Paula, after burglarizing a curio shop, end up with a camera that takes pictures of events five minutes into the future.

Episode #11: Night of the Meek (air date: 1960-12-23)

A down-on-his-luck department store Santa Claus discovers a bottomless sack of toys.

Episode #12: Dust (air date: 1961-01-06)

After selling the rope for a hanging, a conscienceless peddler, tries to sell the condemned man's father a bag of ""magic dust"".

Episode #13: Back There (air date: 1961-01-13)

It's April 14, 1961. Peter Corrigan and friends are discussing time travel at their men's club, Corrigan suddenly becomes dizzy. When his head clears, he has somehow traveled back to April 14, 1865 - the date of Lincoln's assassination. Knowing what is about to happen, he tries to warn everyone at Ford's Theater before it's too late.

Episode #14: The Whole Truth (air date: 1961-01-20)

A peculiar Model A automobile compels a used car dealer to tell only the truth.

Episode #15: The Invaders (air date: 1961-01-27)

An old woman in an isolated farmhouse encounters tiny, hostile aliens.

Episode #16: A Penny For Your Thoughts (air date: 1961-02-03)

The lucky flip of a coin seems to give a mild-mannered bank clerk the power to read minds. But he soon learns that you can't believe everything you read.

Episode #17: Twenty-Two (air date: 1961-02-10)

Miss Powell has a recurring nightmare about room 22 in a morgue.

Episode #18: The Odyssey of Flight 33 (air date: 1961-02-24)

A commercial aircraft mysteriously travels back through time.

Episode #19: Mr. Dingle, the Strong (air date: 1961-03-03)

Martians give Luther Dingle the strength of 300 men.

Episode #20: Static (air date: 1961-03-10)

Ed Lindsay hates television, so he gets his old radio out of the basement of the boardinghouse where he lives. He soon finds he can receive programs from the past when he's alone.

Episode #21: The Prime Mover (air date: 1961-03-24)

Ace Larsen discovers his business partner (Buddy Ebsen) has the ability to control objects with his mind. The pair head to Vegas to win big.

Episode #22: Long Distance Call (air date: 1961-03-31)

A young boy find he can communicate with his dead grandmother through a toy phone.

Episode #23: A Hundred Yards over the Rim (air date: 1961-04-07)

In 1847 a western settler sets out to find medicine for his dying son - and stumbles into modern-day New Mexico.

Episode #24: The Rip Van Winkle Caper (air date: 1961-04-21)

Thieves put themselves into suspended animation for 100 years after hiding a million dollars worth of gold bars.

Episode #25: The Silence (air date: 1961-04-28)

Archie Taylor, who wants his men's club quiet, offers Jamie Tennyson half a million dollars to remain silent for one year. To insure his unbroken silence, he will live in the club's basement. In debt, and with a wife that has expensive tastes, Tennyson agrees. During the year, Taylor tries every trick in the book to get Tennyson to talk, however he remains silent. Finally, the year is up and Tennyson emerges from the basement to collect his money. Taylor then reveals that he lost his fortune ten years before, and never intended to pay off the bet. Tennyson remains silent, but writes a note to Taylor. It says: "I knew I would not be able to keep my part of the bargain, so one year ago I had the nerves to my vocal chords severed!"

Episode #26: Shadow Play (air date: 1961-05-05)

Trapped in a recurring nightmare, Adam Grant tries to persuade those who are sentencing him to death that the whole scenario is not real.

Episode #27: The Mind and the Matter (air date: 1961-05-12)

A book on the power of thought enables an irritable worker (Shelley Berman) to re-create the world exactly as he wants it. But what he wants and what he gets are two different things!

Episode #28: Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up (air date: 1961-05-26)

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.

Episode #29: The Obsolete Man (air date: 1961-06-02)

In a future state where religion and books have been banned, a librarian (Burgess Meridith) is judged obsolete by the Chancellor (Fritz Weaver) and sentenced to death.

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