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The Twilight Zone: Season 3 [Blu-ray]

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  1. W. Oliver says:
    169 of 178 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Episode guide, October 4, 2005
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    #1 Two
    Charles Bronson and Elizabeth Montgomery play the sole survivors of a nuclear holocaust.

    #2 The Arrival
    An airline official tests his theory that a newly arrived but totally empty plane is imaginary-with startling results.

    #3 The Shelter
    A neighborhood panics when they believe they are under a nuclear attack and attempt to invade the only bomb shelter on the block.

    #4 The Passersby
    A wounded Civil War soldier starts to believe that he and the people around him have already died.

    #5 A Game of Pool
    A pool master returns from the dead to play one last game with an eager young hustler.

    #6 The Mirror
    A dictator discovers a mirror that shows the faces of his assassins.

    #7 The Grave
    A hired gunman defies a Western outlaw’s warning that if he ever came near his grave he’d reach up and snatch away his life. Stars Lee Marvin, Strother Martin, Lee Van Cleef.

    #8 It’s a Good Life
    A six-year-old boy holds a town in terror with his powers to change or destroy anyone or anything at will.

    #9 Deaths-Head Revisited
    A former Nazi is tried by a jury of his own victims. .

    #10 The Midnight Sun
    The inhabitants of Earth prepare to meet their doom as their planet heads toward the Sun.

    #11 Still Valley
    A Confederate scout is given a magical book that could guarantee their victory.

    #12 The Jungle
    A former prospector is haunted in Manhattan by an African jungle beast.

    #13 Once Upon a Time
    A janitor puts on a helmet that takes him 72 years into the future. Stars Buster Keaton.

    #14 Five Characters in Search of an Exit
    Five people – a ballet dancer, a major, a clown, tramp and a bagpipe player – find themselves trapped in a featureless enclosure.

    #15 A Quality of Mercy
    A racist World War II soldier experiences the war in the body of a Japanese counterpart.

    #16 Nothing in the Dark
    Gladys Cooper plays an elderly woman locks herself in an abandoned building in order to avoid “Mr. Death.” Robert Redford also stars.

    #17 One More Pallbearer
    A rich man devices a scheme to get revenge on those who humiliated him earlier in life.

    #18 Dead Man’s Shoes
    A man steals who steals the shoes of a murdered gangster finds himself living in the dead man’s footsteps.

    #19 The Hunt
    A hunter and his faithful dog arrive at the gates of Heaven.

    #20 Showdown with Rance McGrew
    A cowboy star is haunted by the ghost of Jesse James.

    #21 Kick the Can
    A group of elderly people recapture their youth.

    #22 A Piano in the House
    A strange piano allows the listener’s hidden character to be suddenly revealed.

    #23 The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank
    When a young man steps out of his coffin at his own funeral the townsfolk grow to suspect that the devil has assumed the man’s body.

    #24 To Serve Man
    Apparently benign alien emissaries show mankind how to end the misery of war, plague and famine.

    #25 The Fugitive
    A magical old man delights the local children with his power to change his appearance.

    #26 Little Girl Lost
    A couple is awakened in the middle of the night by the cries of their six-year-old daughter who has fallen through a mysterious door into another dimension.

    #27 Person or Persons Unknown
    A man awakens one morning to find that no one recognizes him, not even his mother.
    #28 The Little People
    A space traveler terrorizes the tiny inhabitants of a space station into accepting him as their God, but when another space ship arrives the tyrannical man discovers everything is relative.

    #29 Four O’Clock
    To combat all that he considers evil, a cranky man decides to make every evil person two feet tall at exactly 4 p.m.

    #30 Hocus Pocus and Frisby
    No one believes a local story-teller who claims that he was kidnapped by aliens.

    #31 The Trade-Ins
    An elderly man has his mind transferred to a new body.

    #32 The Gift
    A small village becomes fearful of a crashed space traveler.

    #33 The Dummy
    A ventriloquist’s dummy takes on a life of its own.

    #34 Young Man’s Fancy
    A young bride is not happy when her husband attempts to win back the days of his childhood.

    #35 I Sing the Body Electric
    A widowed father buys his three young children an electronic grandmother.

    #36 Cavender Is Coming
    Carol Burnet plays Agnes Grep who gets a visit from an apprentice angel trying to win his wings.

    #37 The Changing of the Guard
    A teacher feels like his life is over when he is asked to retire.

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  2. Mark. D "Kolchak" says:
    19 of 20 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    5 for the boxset, 4 for the eps., May 6, 2005
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    Mark. D “Kolchak” (Sydney) –

    Season 3 and the episodes from this classic series have once again been given the whole super-duper treatment. Good work guys!!

    By now the Zone’s quality had slipped a little. Still,eps like “Nothing in the Dark”, “The Dummy”, “To Serve Man” and “Five Characters in Search of an Exit” remain unforgettable and still influence tv/ movies today.

    Features in this package include:
    -commentaries from William Windom, Leonard Nimoy, Cliff Robertson, Lois Nettleton, and Billy Mumy.
    - teasers for next week’s shows
    - isolated soundtracks
    - audio recollections from a bunch of contributors
    - Serling’s Night Gallery previews for next week’s eps

    It’s all good and dare I say it…gets better with Season 4 and the hour long episodes.

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  3. Glenn M. Schoditsch says:
    41 of 48 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Another Exciting TZ Season!, April 16, 2005
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    Glenn M. Schoditsch (Richmond, Virginia USA) –

    I’m totally enjoying the remastered “Definitive Season” releases with all the included bonus features. #3 here looks like another winner with a crisp digital transfer! Kudos to Image Entertaiment and CBS DVD for an excellent job!

    Meanwhile, I’ve got a stack of 3-4 episode DVD’s and 2 episode VHS copies looking mighty lonely. For everyone in this situation, I think a good home might be a local library or even better a senior living centre. That would be a good demographic to donate to.

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