The Twilight zone. Vol. 6
Passersby: On the road home from the Civil War, a Confederate soldier stops at a house. He and the owner, a recent widow, discover that all who the house are dead, including themselves -- The Grave: Before dying, the notorious Pinto Sykes puts a curse on hired-gun Conny Miller, swearing to kill Miller if he ever sets foot on his grave -- Deaths-Head revisited: A former Nazi SS captain returns to the ruins of a concentration where is he judged by his long-dead victims -- The Last rites of Jeff Myrtlebank: Jeff comes back to life at his funeral and the townspeople try to force him to leave town
DVD Video, English, ©1999
CBS Video : Distributed exclusively by Image Entertainment, Chatsworth, Ca., ©1999
Twilight zone, v. 6
1 videodisc (100 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Passersby (Episode 69, October 6, 1961)
The Grave (Episode 72, October 27, 1961)
Deaths-Head revisited (Episode 74, November 10, 1961)
The Last rites of Jeff Myrtlebank (Episode 88, February 23, 1962)
Four episodes from the television series The twilight zone
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Includes: "Inside the Twilight zone" section, written by Marc Scott Zicree; reviews of each episode; history of the Twilight zone; season-by-season commentary
Passersby: David Garcia, Joanne Linville; The Grave: Dick Geary, Lee Marvin; Deaths-Head revisited: Oscar Beregi Jr., Joseph Schildkraut; The Last rites of Jeff Myrtlebank: James Best.
The passersby: directed by Elliot Silverstein ; written by Rod Serling ; director of photography, George T. Clemens ; film editor, Bill Mosher ; music composed and conducted by Fred Steiner. The grave: directed and written by Montgomery Pittman ; director of photography, George T. Clemens ; film editor, Leon Barsha. Deaths-Head revisited: directed by Don Medford ; written by Rod Serling ; director of photography, Jack Swain ; film editor, Bill Mosher. The last rites of Jeff Myrtlebank: directed and written by Montgomery Pittman ; director of photography, Jack Swain ; film editor, Bill Mosher ; music composed and conducted by Tommy Morgan.