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Discussion in 'Other TV' started by Out of Order, Jan 2, 2014.
Yes, but there is no dialogue until maybe that final scene.
To serve man is a good one.
I like night caller--not sure that's the title. An old lady gets calls at night, but the lines are down. Who's calling?always found this one chilling but intriguing.
Yup that's the one. Gotta just like it for entertainment purposes only, because one has to wonder why he dosen't just look around for another pair of specs. There's got to be a million of them just laying around.
I remember something about tumble weeds, but it escapes me.
That one's real, and a good one!
I can't pick out just one!!! I even like the one that's almost completely silent (except for the screaming and great instrumental score) of an old woman invaded by a martian (tiny tin robot toy!)...Not high on my list, but an alright one!
Yeah, I know what you mean, but the first time I saw it it killed me.
...you say that like it's a bad thing...
Oh, Lord, you just know Scott is going to be all over this one......
Classic, classic episode! I love Eye Of The Beholder, too! And All The Time In The World! So many to pick from!
Those are a few of my favorites but the one I really liked best is the one with Burgess Meredith Time Enough at Last.
I'm thinking all of us book nerds have special feelings for that one!
There's a movie starring Martin Landau titled Welcome Home, Johnny Bristol, about a prisoner of war who had been brainwashed and who, upon returning to the States, can only remember one thing about himself, that he was born and raised in a town called Charles, Vermont.
Yeah...I think I saw something about that when I was looking for evidence of what I remembered. I should look for a pic of Martin Landau. What I recall about the tv-show/movie? is the actor...amnesia, like I said...and him going to these people for assistance in recalling who he is/was...he is older in the 'now'...and...ummm, memory here, but seems like...his mother maybe...was assaulted...or maybe it was both parents...at Charles and Vermont, the intersection. I think the last clip of the show was that signpost...Charles/Vermont. Thought it was curious that there is another show/movie that makes use of Charles/Vermont.
...weird...I just search-engined Martin Landau...and he is the actor of the show I remember. I don't get it...I know I remember seeing the street sign...a city neighborhood...brownstones...multiple-level housing...opened windows...screaming in the street...nobody coming to help.
cue the Twilight Zone soundtrack.
Yes, that's a Twilight Zone ep, titled "The Bewitchin' Pool".
My all time fave is "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street", followed by "To Serve Man".
That's the movie I saw.
Do you remember the street signs? Camera looking up at an angle..."Charles" and "Vermont"? He thought that was his name, too? And he'd ask the same people who ignored the cries for help, ask them if they remember him, Charles Vermont? And he remembered those names because that is the intersection where the crime occurred.
Poor Burgess in this one! haha,the poor guy,if you wear glasses,you had to feel for him,cause all the optometrists and eyeglasses are gone..finally,he can read to his heart's content,but..