A young man grapples with an urge to kill and confusion about his origins.

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Alan Talbot / Walter Ryder, Jr.
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Jessica Connelly
Katherine Squire ...
The Old Woman (as Katharine Squire)
Wallace Rooney ...
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Driver
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Sheriff
Jamie Forster ...
Hotel Clerk
Sherry Granato ...
Girl
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A young man grapples with an urge to kill and confusion about his origins.

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3 January 1963 (USA)  »

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First The Twilight Zone (1959) episode in which the opening segment features items such as a door, a window breaking, and a flying doll. See more »

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In her first scene, Jess lights a cigarette and puts it in an ashtray by the sink. When she goes to the sink a few minutes later, the ashtray is empty. See more »

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[opening narration]
Narrator: What you have just witnessed could be the end of a particularly terrifying nightmare. It isn't - it's the beginning. Although Alan Talbot doesn't know it, he's about to enter a strange new world, too incredible to be real, too real to be a dream. It's called The Twilight Zone.
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3 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

George Grizzard stars as Alan Talbot, who is returning to his hometown in order to show it to his fiancée Jessica(played by Gail Kobe) whom he has only known for four days, but they are still in love. Strangely, his memory of his past does not match the reality he is faced with, but he does find that a man named Walter Ryder Jr. may hold the key to his predicament, which is true, but not what he expected... First episode of the fourth season in the newly imposed hour-long format is at least a good one, with a fine performance by Grizzard and welcome twist ending, and the opening prologue with the crazed woman in the subway is most effective, if a bit misleading.


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