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Old 11th March 2011, 01:41 PM
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Default Season 1, Episode 10: Judgement Night

Season 1, Episode 10: Judgement Night


Airdate: 04/12/59
Writer: Rod Serling
Director: John Brahm
Starring: Nehemiah Persoff, James Franciscus

Carl Lanser stands on the deck of a ship in enemy infested waters with no recollection of who he is or how he got there. As the night goes on clues to his identity begin to emerge, and suppressed memories surface.

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Quite possibly my second favourite of the season where I'm up to so far, apart from The Lonely. Great atmosphere and the "what goes around comes around" taken to the extreme ending is very fitting.
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Yeah,VERY atmospheric this one,and a pretty shocking finale as well.
Genre favourite James Fransiscus popping up at the end as well!

A big improvement on the last segment IMO.
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Yeah,VERY atmospheric this one,and a pretty shocking finale as well.
Genre favourite James Fransiscus popping up at the end as well!
And not forgetting Patrick Macnee.


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Yeah,it's amazing who pops up in these episodes!
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This is one of my favourite episodes of the whole series, with so much atmosphere, tension and suspense that you wonder how it can to resolve itself without everything blowing up. I knew this was out of the question because of budgetary constraints but the ending they come up with is utterly brilliant and must have been an influence on films like Dead of Night and even Triangle.
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