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Old 12th March 2011, 10:19 AM
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Default Season 1, Episode 11: And When the Sky Was Opened

Season 1, Episode 11: And When the Sky Was Opened


Airdate: 11/12/59
Writer: Rod Serling (Based on a short story by Richard Matheson)
Director: Douglas Heyes
Starring: Rod Taylor, Jim Hutton, Charles Aidman

Three US astronauts return from a space flight in an experimental rocket ship; a ship that disappeared from radar while in flight. When they return to earth one of the crewmen vanishes and nobody recalls that he ever existed. Is time running out for the other two?

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This is one of the few episodes where I've watched it several times and I'm not 100% clear as to what's happening/happened.

It is almost Lynchian a few decades before David Lynch!
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Old 18th May 2012, 09:46 AM
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Just seen this one for the first time and listened to Tom's podcast. I think this is my new favourite TZ episode. It's amazing. The performances are so well done that the whole thing is really chilling. I'm surprised nobody has tried to make this one into a movie yet.
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