The Twilight Zone: Season 4 (1963)

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Season 4
The Twilight Zone

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Episodes

1
Air date: Jan 3, 1963
2
Air date: Jan 10, 1963
3
Air date: Jan 17, 1963
4
Air date: Jan 24, 1963
5
Air date: Jan 31, 1963
6
Air date: Feb 7, 1963
7
Air date: Feb 14, 1963
8
Air date: Feb 21, 1963
9
Air date: Feb 28, 1963
10
Air date: Mar 7, 1963
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A collection of sci-fi, suspense and goose-bump-inducing tales.

Cast

Nan Martin
as Laura Ford
James Whitmore
as William Benteen
Lee Philips
as Allan Ransome
Gail Kobe
as Jessica Connelly
Jack Klugman
as Capt. Paul Ross
Robert Sterling
as Douglas Winter
Jacqueline Scott
as Helen Gaines
Maggie Mahoney
as Emma Senescu
Julie Newmar
as Miss Devlin
Ed Nelson
as Philip Redfield
Laura Devon
as Ellwyn Glover
Dana Andrews
as Paul Driscoll
Ludwig Donath
as Ernst Ganz
Barbara Baxley
as Cora Wheeler
Phillip Pine
as Leonard O'Brien
Tim O'Connor
as Col. Sloane
Simon Oakland
as Capt. Beecham
Will Kuluva
as Ferguson
Curt Conway
as Stranger
Joyce Van Patten
as Eileen Ransome
Frank Overton
as Harry Wheeler
Patricia Breslin
as Abigail Sloan
Frank Aletter
as Col. Connacher
David Opatoshu
as Mayor Dorn
Ross Martin
as Lt. Ted Mason
Jeanette Nolan
as Granny Hart
Pert Kelton
as Mrs. Parkes
Ray Teal
as Franklin
Guy Raymond
as Gibbons
Patricia Crowley
as Jackie Benson
Tim O'Conner
as Col. Sloane
Bill Bixby
as O.O.D. Smith
Irene Dailey
as Miss Frank
Virginia Gregg
as Ossie Stone
Pat Crowley
as Jackie Benson
Shari Lee Bernath
as Maggie Gaines
Martin Balsam
as Martin Lombard Senescu
Vaughan Taylor
as Mr. Judson
Henry Lascoe
as Gerald Hugo
Natalie Trundy
as Ellen Marshall
Fredrick Beir
as Lt. Mike Carter
Burt Reynolds
as Rocky Rhodes
George Mitchell
as Luther Glover
Gladys Cooper
as Millie McKenzie
George Grizzard
as Alan Talbot/Walter Ryder Jr.
Barnaby Hale
as Stanley
Eva Soreny
as Frau Maria Werner
William Windom
as Dr. Wallman
Charles P. Thompson
as Andy Praskins
Tudor Owen
as Lusitania Captain
Jerry Davis
as Hermy Brandt
Philip Abbott
as General Eaton
Pat Hingle
as Horace Ford
Mike Kellin
as Chief Bell
William Sargent
as Project Manager
Oscar Beregi
as Prof. Karl Werner
Albert Salmi
as Bill Feathersmith
Helen Kleeb
as Mattie Glover
Malcolm Atterbury
as Professor Eliot
Jay Adler
as Gibbons
Percy Helton
as Tom Poulter
Paul Comi
as Psychiatrist
Jo Helton
as Julie
Sandy Kenyon
as Gas Station Attendant
Nina Roman
as The Maid
Sara Taft
as Mrs. Nolan
Anne Francis
as Jess-Belle
Tony Call
as Lee Helmsman
Marge Redmond
as Secretary
Ann Jillian
as Ilse Nielsen
James Best
as Billy-Ben Turner
David Bond
as Jack the Ripper
Alan Napier
as Capt. Protheroe
Ruth White
as Mrs. Ford
Wolfe Barzell
as Bartender
Bernard Fein
as Heckler
Jim Boles
as Obed Miller
Robert Duvall
as Charley Parkes
Ryan Hayes
as Young Man
Lindsay Workman
as Bartender
Mary Carver
as Betty O'Brien
Clegg Hoyt
as Bus Driver
Derrick Lewis
as Helmsman
Steve Forrest
as Robert Gaines
Don Keefer
as Spiereto
Claudia Bryer
as Frau Nielsen
Howard Morris
as George P. Hanley
Jim E. Titus
as Horace (child)
Jamie Forster
as Hotel Clerk
Conlan Carter
as Ensign Marmer
Dennis Hopper
as Peter Vollmer
Robert Boon
as Holger Nielsen
Lew Gallo
as Lt. Engle
Jack Weston
as Julius Moomer
Jon Lormer
as Minister
James Yagi
as Japanese Police Captain
Bart Burns
as Man No. 2
Marjorie Bennett
as Mrs. Chamberlain
Charles Kuenstle
as Sonar Operator
King Calder
as Man No. 3
John Ward
as Colonist
John Williams (II)
as William Shakespeare
Forrest Compton
as ASW Officer
Jason Wingreen
as TV Director
Henry Scott
as Jr. O.O.D.
Chet Stratton
as The Guide
Pat O'Hara
as Man No. 4
Vince Baggetta
as Sailor No. 1
Louie Elias
as Sailor No. 2
Craig Curtis
as 2nd Sailor
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Critic Reviews for The Twilight Zone Season 4

All Critics (6) | Top Critics (3)

The most common themes in The Twilight Zone are basically apocalyptic paranoia, dystopian futures, megalomaniacs, and... jealous and/or greedy women.

May 8, 2018 | Full Review…

The hour plays too much like a collection of conflicting impulses, all of which are striving towards the same, undeniable conclusion, but rarely cohering into anything greater than themselves.

May 1, 2018 | Rating: B- | Full Review…
Top Critic

Legitimately, laugh out loud funny, and it does get very, very goofy in places. But there's something holding all of this together that makes it work.

May 1, 2018 | Rating: A- | Full Review…

"He's Alive" is far from a series-best episode, but thanks to Hopper it does feature one of the show's most dramatically rendered performances.

May 9, 2018 | Full Review…

The new format was rough [but] one of the gems is "The Thirty-Fathom Grave."

May 8, 2018 | Full Review…

Like unwanted Christmas presents.

May 8, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for The Twilight Zone: Season 4

  • Aug 26, 2018
    A great series! This Season was interesting much like the others! Had quite a few memorable episodes!
  • Aug 24, 2018
    One of the best series ever, and one of the best horror stories (though it's not too scary). Very good scenes with special effects. Highly recommend.

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