Twilight Zone - Vol. 39 film Product Information
Twilight Zone - Vol. 39 movie was released Dec 12, 2000 by the Image Entertainment studio. .100 minute DVD featuring 3 episodes.
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Includes three incredible episodes of the incredible 1960s science fiction television program. Twilight Zone - Vol. 39 video MR. Twilight Zone - Vol. 39 film BEVIS (Episode 33, 1960): Eccentric Mr. Twilight Zone - Vol. 39 review Bevis is offered a chance for great success from his guardian angel, but must lose his idiosyncratic behaviors. Twilight Zone - Vol. 39 DVD for sale THE SILENCE (Episode 61, 1961): A gabby woman is offered a half million dollars to shut up for a year. ...See Full Description
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Twilight Zone - Vol. 39 video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1281901|
|Release Date||Dec 12, 2000|
|Running Time||100 Minutes|
|Movie Details||B&W; Mono Sound; Dolby Noise Reduction|
Twilight Zone - Vol. 39 DVD Features
Episodes: "Mr. Bevis" (Ep. 33, June 3, 1960) - Orson Bean is James B.W. Bevis, a good-natured, accident-prone eccentric whose guardian angel gives him a chance at success. But there's a catch: all the goofiness in his personality has got to go. "The Silence" (Ep. 61, April 28, 1961) - Archie Taylor (Franchot Tone) offers incessant talker Jamie Tennyson half a million dollars if he can keep quiet for a year. It's a bet that Tennyson can't resist. "On Thursday We Leave for Home" (Ep. 118, May 2, 1963, 50 min.) - William Benteen (James Whitmore) has been the unquestioned leader of a stranded outpost in space for 30 years. But when a rescue ship usurps his power, he tries to force the colonists to remain.
Source: Image Entertainment, Inc.
Single Side - Dual Layer
Full Frame - 1.33
Dolby Digital Mono - English
Biographies: Cast & Crew
Additional Text: INSIDE THE TWILIGHT ZONE
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