Season 4

8.3

1959

Duration  :  

30m

18 Episodes

The fourth season of The Twilight Zone aired Thursdays at 9:00–10:00 pm on CBS from January 3 to May 23, 1963. This season broke with the previous seasons in presenting hour-long episodes instead of the earlier half-hour episodes. A very different and more complex set of graphics was used for the intro, and Rod Serling's narration changed from the earlier seasons as well: "You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension. A dimension of sound. A dimension of sight. A dimension of mind. You're moving into a la ...

Cast : Rod Serling


Crew : Buck Houghton, Bert Granet, Herbert Hirschman, Rod Serling, William Froug


Genres: Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi & Fantasy


Production Companies : CBS Productions, Cayuga Productions.


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Episodes
Episode 1 : In His Image
7.5
Episode 2 : The Thirty-Fathom Grave
6.5
Episode 3 : Valley of the Shadow
7.3
Episode 4 : He's Alive
8.0
Episode 5 : Mute
6.0
Episode 6 : Death Ship
7.0
Episode 7 : Jess-Belle
4.5
Episode 8 : Miniature
6.5
Episode 9 : Printer's Devil
5.5
Episode 10 : No Time Like the Past
5.0
Episode 11 : The Parallel
7.5
Episode 12 : I Dream of Genie
6.0
Episode 13 : The New Exhibit
7.0
Episode 14 : Of Late I Think of Cliffordville
0.0
Episode 15 : The Incredible World of Horace Ford
6.0
Episode 16 : On Thursday We Leave For Home
9.0
Episode 17 : Passage on the Lady Anne
7.0
Episode 18 : The Bard
4.0

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