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The Twilight Zone season 5

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36 episodes (384 views)

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

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The Twilight Zone season 5 episodes list:

Episode #1: In Praise of Pip (air date: 1963-09-27)

Max Phillips (Jack Klugman) is an alcoholic bookie that regrets that he wasn't a better father to his son, Pip (Bill Mumy), critically wounded in South Vietnam. A visit to an amusement park gives them both a second chance.

Episode #2: Steel (air date: 1963-10-04)

Boxing robot ""Battling Maxo"" breaks down before the scheduled bout, forcing his manager to take its place.

Episode #3: Nightmare at 20,000 Feet (air date: 1963-10-11)

Mr. Wilson believes he sees a gremlin on the wing of his commercial aircraft.

Episode #4: A Kind of Stopwatch (air date: 1963-10-18)

The world's biggest bore and most avid talker gets a magical stopwatch that can stop everything except him.

Episode #5: The Last Night of a Jockey (air date: 1963-10-25)

Mickey Rooney delivers a tour de force solo performance in the Twilight Zone playlet "The Last Night of a Jockey." Barred from the track for life, crooked jockey Grady (Rooney) boozily expresses the wish to escape his sordid surroundings and become a truly "big man." His wish is granted by his lookalike alter ego (also Rooney), but there's a heavy price to be paid at fadeout time.

Episode #6: Living Doll (air date: 1963-11-01)

Erich is displeased when his wife buys an expensive doll for his step-daughter. He becomes even more displeased when the doll tells him it doesn't like him!

Episode #7: The Old Man in the Cave (air date: 1963-11-08)

A mysterious guardian helps a tiny community survive after the Bomb destroys much of the Earth.

Episode #8: Uncle Simon (air date: 1963-11-15)

Caregiver Barbara Polk receives a surprise after her uncle's death. His will stipulates that she must care for his latest invention - a robot.

Episode #9: Probe 7 - Over and Out (air date: 1963-11-29)

The lone survivors of two annihilated worlds are stranded on a distant planet.

Episode #10: The 7th is Made Up of Phantoms (air date: 1963-12-06)

Three National Guardsmen explore the site of Custer's Last Stand.

Episode #11: A Short Drink from a Certain Fountain (air date: 1963-12-13)

Trying to keep up with his younger wife, Harmon convinces his brother to inject him with an experimental youth serum.

Episode #12: Ninety Years Without Slumbering (air date: 1963-12-20)

An old man fears that he will die if his grandfather clock stops running.

Episode #13: Ring-A-Ding Girl (air date: 1963-12-27)

Bunny receives a ring from her fan club in her home town. In the ring she sees the faces of people from her hometown telling her she's needed there. She arrives in Howardville on the day of the annual Founder's Day picnic. She tries to get the chairman of the picnic to postpone it a day, but he refuses. She then plans a one-woman show at the auditorium. Before the show, Bunny disappears. Later, a jet airliner crashes onto the picnic grounds. Thanks to Bunny, almost everyone is at the auditorium instead of the picnic grounds. They later find that Bunny was a passenger on the plane.

Episode #14: You Drive (air date: 1964-01-03)

Driving home one rainy evening, Oliver Pope accidentally hits a boy on a bicycle. Pope flees the scene, determined to hide his guilt, but his car has other ideas.

Episode #15: The Long Morrow (air date: 1964-01-10)

Stansfield, an astronaut, is sent to a planetary system 141 light-years from Earth. The trip will take 20 years each way. To save him the ordeal of forty years of loneliness, he is to be placed in (newly-developed) suspended animation. Before leaving, he meets and becomes enchanted by his colleague Sandra Horn in just one evening, but by the time he returned, Horn would be 40 years older and Stansfield would still be young because of the suspended animation.

Episode #16: The Self-Improvement of Salvadore Ross (air date: 1964-01-17)

A man finds that he can trade characteristics with others.

Episode #17: Number 12 Looks Just Like You (air date: 1964-01-24)

In a future where everyone must undergo an operation at the age of 19 to make them identical to everyone else, one woman desperately tries to hang onto her own identity.

Episode #18: Black Leather Jackets (air date: 1964-01-31)

Three tough-looking men on motorcycles disrupt a peaceful suburb when they move in. Yet the neighbors could never imagine just how dangerous these men really are.

Episode #19: Night Call (air date: 1964-02-07)

An elderly, wheelchair-bound lady receives strange anonymous phone calls overnight when she's alone.

Episode #20: From Agnes - With Love (air date: 1964-02-14)

A computer technician must deal with the queen of all femme fatales: a computer named Agnes who wreaks havoc on his love life.

Episode #21: Spur of the Moment (air date: 1964-02-21)

After being chased on horseback by a terrifying, unidentified figure in black, Anne Henderson faces the biggest decision of her life.

Episode #22: An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge (air date: 1964-02-28)

As a Confederate spy is about to be hanged, the rope breaks and he falls to the water below. Finally free, he races for his home where his family awaits... as does the terrible truth of his future...

Episode #23: Queen of the Nile (air date: 1964-03-06)

Columnist Jordan Herrick is startled to learn that a famous movie actress hasn't aged in years. Intrigued, he investigates... and soon learns a terrifying secret.

Episode #24: What's in the Box (air date: 1964-03-13)

A cheating husband sees his secret revealed and it's horrible consequences on his just-repaired TV set.

Episode #25: The Masks (air date: 1964-03-20)

A dying man demands his family wear masks that he's given them at a Mardi Gras party.

Episode #26: I Am the Night - Color Me Black (air date: 1964-03-27)

On the day an unpopular idealist is to be executed for the killing of a racist bully, the townsfolk are shocked to see the skies have turned pitch black.

Episode #27: Sounds and Silences (air date: 1964-04-03)

A man's wish to listen to loud noise backfires.

Episode #28: Caesar and Me (air date: 1964-04-10)

A ventriloquist's dummy goads him into committing burglaries.

Episode #29: The Jeopardy Room (air date: 1964-04-17)

Trying to defect, Major Ivan Kuchenko is trapped inside a hotel room with Commissar Vassiloff, a hitman, and Boris, his assistant, in the room across the street. Vassiloff has planted a bomb in the room and Ivan must find it within three hours or be blown to bits.

Episode #30: Stopover in a Quiet Town (air date: 1964-04-24)

Bob and Millie wake up to find they are in a strange town. Everything appears to be props - trees, animals even cars.

Episode #31: The Encounter (air date: 1964-05-01)

A World War II veteran and a Japanese-American gardener battle each other over a war that ended more than 20 years ago.

Episode #32: Mr. Garrity and the Graves (air date: 1964-05-08)

Jared Garrity arrives in the Old West town of Happiness, Arizona, proclaiming he can revive the dead.

Episode #33: The Brain Center at Whipple's (air date: 1964-05-15)

A factory CEO replaces human workers with machines.

Episode #34: Come Wander with Me (air date: 1964-05-22)

A singer searches for an authentic folk song.

Episode #35: The Fear (air date: 1964-05-29)

Two people in a remote cabin find signs of an extraterrestrial.

Episode #36: The Bewitchin' Pool (air date: 1964-06-19)

Two unhappy children find a happy escape in a swimming pool.

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