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The Twilight Zone season 3

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

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The Twilight Zone season 3 episodes list:

Episode #1: Two (air date: 1961-09-15)

A man and a woman, on opposite sides of a future war, encounter each other in a deserted town.

Episode #2: The Arrival (air date: 1961-09-22)

A plane lands safely, but all its passengers, pilot and crew are missing!

Episode #3: The Shelter (air date: 1961-09-29)

When a UFO invasion appears imminent, several suburban friends and neighbours fight over control of a single bomb shelter.

Episode #4: The Passersby (air date: 1961-10-06)

On the road home from the Civil War, a Confederate soldier stops at a burned-out house and gets to know the owner, a recent widow.

Episode #5: A Game of Pool (air date: 1961-10-13)

Championship pool player Fats Brown returns from the grave for one last game.

Episode #6: The Mirror (air date: 1961-10-20)

After a poor but ambitious Central American farm worker overthrows his country's tyrannical leader, he believes he sees assassins everywhere. A look in the mirror reveals his most dangerous enemy.

Episode #7: The Grave (air date: 1961-10-27)

Before he died, notorious gunslinger Pinto Sykes put a curse on hired-gun Conny Miller. Miller returns to town and is challenged to visit the grave of Sykes, despite the curse.

Episode #8: It's a Good Life (air date: 1961-11-03)

Little Anthony Fremont controls an entire town with his ability to read minds and make people do as he wishes. Which is a real good thing.

Episode #9: Deaths-Head Revisited (air date: 1961-11-10)

A former Nazi SS Captain returns to the ruins of a concentration camp to reminisce, and is met by one of his victims.

Episode #10: The Midnight Sun (air date: 1961-11-17)

The Earth's orbit has been changed, drawing ever closer to the sun and promising eminent destruction.

Episode #11: Still Valley (air date: 1961-11-24)

Paradine wanders into a town full of Union soldiers. They are all frozen in time by a old man with a black book. Knowing he will die soon, the old man gives the book to Paradine, telling him to use it to win the war. He takes the book back to camp and convinces his commanding officer to allow him to try to freeze the entire Union army. When he starts to read the book aloud he realizes a shocking truth... he will have to call on the Devil, and renounce God to cast the spell.

Episode #12: The Jungle (air date: 1961-12-01)

Alan Richards plans to build a dam in Africa on a tribe's ancestral land. The tribe's voodoo doctor puts a curse on him.

Episode #13: Once Upon a Time (air date: 1961-12-15)

Woodrow, a janitor living in the year 1890, accidentally activates a time travelling helmet which transports him to 1962 - then promptly breaks down!

Episode #14: Five Characters in Search of an Exit (air date: 1961-12-22)

A hobo, clown, bagpipe player, ballerina and military officer are trapped in a huge cylinder.

Episode #15: A Quality of Mercy (air date: 1961-12-29)

A soldier gets a new perspective on war when he is forced to experience it from his enemy's point of view.

Episode #16: Nothing in the Dark (air date: 1962-01-05)

A lonely old woman refuses to leave her apartment for fear of meeting ""Mr. Death.""

Episode #17: One More Pallbearer (air date: 1962-01-12)

Paul Radin has invited three people to join him in his bomb shelter.

Episode #18: Dead Man's Shoes (air date: 1962-01-19)

A vagrant steps into a murdered gangster's expensive shoes and is taken over by the dead man's ghost, who vows to remain on Earth to seek revenge against his killer.

Episode #19: The Hunt (air date: 1962-01-26)

On a hunting trip, Hyder Simpson and his dog Rip dive into a lake after a raccoon. When he gets home he finds that no one can see or hear him.

Episode #20: Showdown with Rance McGrew (air date: 1962-02-02)

Rance McGrew is the star of a western TV series. While his character in the show is a hero, Rance is a arrogant star who pushes others around and doesn't even do his own stunts. While shooting a scene where "Jesse James" shoots him in the back, he's transported to a real Old West saloon. During the confusion the real Jesse James enters. He tells Rance that he and the other desperadoes of old are tired of the way they are being portrayed and challenges Rance to a gun fight.

Episode #21: Kick the Can (air date: 1962-02-09)

The senior residents of Sunnyvale decide that the secret to youth is acting young, and in particular playing a childhood game called ""kick-the-can.""

Episode #22: A Piano in the House (air date: 1962-02-16)

Fortune discovers that a piano he bought his wife for her birthday has magical properties - the music it plays makes people reveal their true essence. At the party, Fortune uses the piano to humiliate the guests - an overweight woman reveals fantasies of being thin and a playwright admits to being in love with Fortune's wife. Fortune hands his wife another roll to put in the piano, but his wife substitutes a different roll - one that enchants Fortune. He reveals himself to be nothing more than a sadistic, mean-spirited child. The guests all leave along with Fortune's wife.

Episode #23: The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank (air date: 1962-02-23)

Jeff Myrtlebank comes back to life at his own funeral and soon begins to act very strangely...

Episode #24: To Serve Man (air date: 1962-03-02)

The Kanamits, 9 foot tall aliens, arrive on Earth with one lofty goal: To Serve Man.

Episode #25: The Fugitive (air date: 1962-03-09)

Old Ben, who is able to transform himself into anything, tries to help a crippled little girl.

Episode #26: Little Girl Lost (air date: 1962-03-16)

A six-year-old girl rolls under her bed and vanishes into a fourth dimension. Her parents and a neighbor struggle to free her before the hole between the dimensions closes forever.

Episode #27: Person or Persons Unknown (air date: 1962-03-23)

David Gurney wakes up to find that no one - his wife, his co-workers, his best friend, not even his own mother knows him.

Episode #28: The Little People (air date: 1962-03-30)

An astronaut declares himself a god when his ship lands on a planet populated by people smaller than ants.

Episode #29: Four O'Clock (air date: 1962-04-06)

Oliver Crangle is a bitter, prejudiced man. Through unknown means he intends to shrink every evil person in the world at four o'clock. When four o'clock comes around, it is he who shrinks.

Episode #30: Hocus-Pocus and Frisby (air date: 1962-04-13)

A loud-mouthed braggart's boasts attract the attention of some aliens.

Episode #31: The Trade-Ins (air date: 1962-04-20)

An elderly couple visit the New Life Corporation, hoping to transport their personalities into youthful artificial bodies.

Episode #32: The Gift (air date: 1962-04-27)

An alien who crash-lands into a remote mountain village stirs up the villagers' fears and animosity, but he befriends a little boy and gives him a mysterious present.

Episode #33: The Dummy (air date: 1962-05-04)

A ventriloquist is convinced that his dummy, Willie, is alive and evil. He makes plans for a new act with a new dummy: plans that Willie doesn't support!

Episode #34: Young Man's Fancy (air date: 1962-05-11)

When a newlywed couple briefly return to the groom's childhood home, the ties of the past prove too strong to resist.

Episode #35: I Sing the Body Electric (air date: 1962-05-18)

A widower buys a robot grandmother for his three children.

Episode #36: Cavender is Coming (air date: 1962-05-25)

Cavender (Jesse White), an angel trying to win his wings, tries to help down-on-her-luck Agnes (Carol Burnett), who has just been fired. He sets her up in a mansion, with a fortune. However, none of her friends from her old neighborhood remember her. She decides she would rather have friends than money. She asks to be returned to her old life. Cavender's boss is furious, until he notices that Agnes is extremely happy. He decides maybe other people could use Cavender's help.

Episode #37: The Changing of the Guard (air date: 1962-06-01)

A retiring professor contemplates suicide.

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