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The Twilight Zone: Season 5 (1963-1964)

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Critic Consensus: The highlights of the final The Twilight Zone season are the fine appearances from some veteran actors, although portions of these episodes are diminished by unfortunate clichés.

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A collection of sci-fi, suspense and goose-bump-inducing tales.

Cast

Carolyn Kearney
as Marnie Kirk
Ralph Taeger
as Walter Holmes
Philip Ober
as Mr. Henderson
Lee Philips
as Jordan Herrick
Peter Mark Richman
as Trooper Robert Franklin
Ruta Lee
as Flora Gordon
Shelley Fabares
as Ellen Tillman
Lee Marvin
as Steel Kelly
John Anderson
as Goldsmith
Edward Andrews
as Oliver Pope
John McGiver
as Roswell G. Flemington
Cedric Hardwicke
as Uncle Simon Polk
Mariette Hartley
as Sandra Horn
Nora Marlowe
as Margaret Phillips
Barry Nelson
as Bob Frazier
Billy Mumy
as Young Pip
Christine White
as Ruth Wilson
Herbie Faye
as Bartender
Mary LaRoche
as Annabelle
Walter Brooke
as Dr. Raymond Gordon
David Macklin
as Bud Powell
George Macready
as Dr. Bixler
Paul Fix
as Colbey
John Van Dreelen
as Commissar Vassiloff
Bonnie Beecher
as Mary Rachel
James Callahan
as Doug Kirk
Marsha Hunt
as Mrs. Henderson
Norman Leavitt
as Sheriff Gilchrist
Warren Oates
as Cpl. Richard Langsford
Collin Wilcox Paxton
as Marilyn Cuberle
Martine Bartlett
as Miss Finch
Roger Jacquet
as Confederate Spy
Celia Lovsky
as Viola Draper
Joan Blondell
as Phyllis Britt
Gail Kobe
as Leah Maitland
Milton Selzer
as Wilfred Harper
Penny Singleton
as Mrs. Flemington
Hazel Court
as Charlotte Scott
June Foray
as Talky Tina
Ed Kemmer
as Flight Engineer
Barton Heyman
as Lt. Blane
Mary Munday
as Hildy Powell
Edward Binns
as Gen. Walters
Pam Austin
as Valerie/Marilyn/No. 8
Gladys Cooper
as Miss Elva Keene
Michael Fox
as Psychiatrist
Doris Singleton
as Secretary
Randy Boone
as Pfc. Michael McCluskey
Raymond Bailey
as Supervisor
Diana Hyland
as Anne Henderson
Sterling Holloway
as TV Repairman
Virginia Gregg
as Emily Harper
Sarah Selby
as Mrs. Cudahy
Nancy Malone
as Millie Frazier
Jack Crowder
as Technician
John Bolt
as Billy Rayford
Connie Gilchrist
as Mrs. Feeny
Bill Diamond
as Pvt. Pip
Kevin Hagen
as Pete Radcliff
Denver Pyle
as Stu Tillman
Edward Kemmer
as Flight Engineer
Constance Ford
as Barbara Polk
Patrick O'Neal
as Harmon Gordon
William Sargent
as Dr. Mel Avery
Harold Gould
as Gen. Larrabee
Chuck Hicks
as Maynard Flash
Ian Wolfe
as Schwimmer
Suzy Parker
as Lana/No. 12
Don Keefer
as Fred Danziger
Telly Savalas
as Erich Streator
Carol Byron
as Carol Chase
Jackie Cooper
as Jonathan West
Martin Landau
as Major Ivan Kuchenko
Asa Maynor
as Stewardess
Richard Basehart
as Col. Adam Cook
Greg Morris
as Lieutenant
Robert Lansing
as Cdr. Douglas Stansfield
Herbert C. Lytton
as Dr. Saltman
Brooke Hayward
as Paula Harper
George Lindsey
as Deputy Pierce
Helen Westcott
as Lillian Pope
Roger Davis
as David Mitchell
Thalmus Rasulala
as Technician
Douglas Bank
as Prosecutor
Richard Erdman
as Patrick McNulty
James Tyler
as Jackson
Alan Sues
as Wilfred Jr.
Olan Soule
as Smiles
Burt Conroy
as Watchman
William Swan
as Technician
John McLiam
as Police Officer
Ed Wynn
as Sam Forstmann
Bing Russell
as Ben Braden
Richard Long
as Uncle Rick/Dr. Rex
Byron Kane
as Lab Assistant
Robert Hogan
as Robert Blake
Gary Crosby
as Floyd Burney
Frank London
as Maxwell
William Shatner
as Bob Wilson
Ivan Dixon
as Rev. Anderson
Renee Aubry
as Secretary
Denise Lynn
as Little Girl
Ron Foster
as Sgt. William Conners
Dick Wilson
as Mover No. 1
George Mitchell
as Dr. Floyd
Douglas Dumbrille
as Mr. Halpert
John Dehner
as Jared Garrity
Nick Cravat
as Gremlin
Ray Kellogg
as Attendant
Michael Conrad
as Sheriff Harper
Ann Blyth
as Pamela Morris
Richard Deacon
as Wallace V. Whipple
Nan Peterson
as Secretary
Jack Raine
as Reynolds
Michael Constantine
as Sheriff Charlie Koch
Stafford Repp
as Pawnbroker
Lenny Geer
as Douglas
John Hanek
as Policeman
Don Gordon
as Salvadore Ross
James Coburn
as Major French
Robert Bray
as Captain
Eve McVeagh
as Ella Koch
Gerald Gordon
as Lieutenant
Ted de Corsia
as Dickerson
Sam Balter
as TV Announcer
Wally Cox
as James Elwood
John Sullivan
as Russian Duke
Ron Stokes
as Car Salesman
Sidney Marion
as Watchman
Lew Brown
as Sergeant
Dick Wessel
as Charlie
Irene Hervey
as Martha Tillman
John L. Sullivan
as Russian Duke
Don Gazzaniga
as Detective
Jack Klugman
as Max Phillips
John Pickard
as Policeman
Robert Keith
as Jason Foster
John Cliff
as Lightning Peterson
Ted Christy
as Panther Man
Kate Murtagh
as Zelda Gooberman
Vic Perrin
as State Trooper
Ted Jacques
as Bartender
Ward Wood
as Man No. 2
Maggie McNamara
as Bunny Blake
Jeff Morris
as Radio Operator
Tony Miller
as Announcer
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Critic Reviews for The Twilight Zone: Season 5

All Critics (12) | Top Critics (4)

Technophobic and misogynistic... you're better than this, Twilight Zone.

May 8, 2018 | Full Review…

Even in the less successful episodes there's often something to enjoy, perhaps a mediocre script enlivened by the performance of a veteran actor or a young up-and-comer.

May 9, 2018 | Rating: 9/10 | Full Review…

Some of the absolute best episodes of The Twilight Zone explore the stigmas and fears around mental illness-namely the paranoid feeling that no one around them will believe them.

May 9, 2018 | Full Review…

Both the performances from Nelson and Malone and Earl Hamner Jr.'s script work to make them two of the most believable and well fleshed out characters in the series' history.

May 9, 2018 | Full Review…

William Shatner blessed us with his overacting in this airborne episode.

May 8, 2018 | Full Review…

It sneaks in subversion by pretending to be exactly what it's subverting... Perhaps my favorite TV drama ever made.

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

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