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THE TWILIGHT ZONE (295) 1959 TV Series
  • Airlines
    • Global Airlines
      • Episode: The Oddyssey of Flight 33
    • Gold Star Airways
      • No description available
    • Trans East Airlines
      • Episode: The Arrival
  • Android and Robot Models
    • Mark V Electrical Grandmother
      • Episode: I Sing the Body Electric. I Sing th Body Electric is a short story by Ray Bradbury.
  • Androids and Robots-Specific
    • Mr. Wickwire
      • Robotic attendant at Happy Glades, the world's greatest mortuary. Describes himself as a "scientific device". (episode The Elegy)
  • Antique Stores
    • Arthur Castle Antiques And Curios
      • Failing curio shop, whose owners receive a bottle from an elderly woman, out of which comes a genie offering four wishes. (Episode The Man in the Bottle)
  • Apartment and Condos
    • The Royal Crest
      • Apartment building in the world's greatest mortuary known as Happy Glades. (episode The Elegy)
  • Arenas, Fields and Stadiums
    • St. Nicholas Arena
      • a.k.a. Saint Nick's Arena. Location of Bogie's attempt at a comeback. Named after the real St. Nicholas Rink boxing area in New York City. "Main event: Bolie Jackson versus Consiglio" (episode The Big Tall Wish)
  • Automotive Services
    • Vernon's Auto Repair
      • Episode: Valley of the Shadow
  • Banks
    • Eastside Bank and Trust
      • Episode: Time Enough at Last, based on the short story by Lynn A. Venable
    • Goldstein's Loan Company
      • Episode: Caeser and Me
    • Homeville National Bank
      • Bank that replaces the County School in Homeville, Indiana following the fire in the original timeline. (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
    • United Fidelity Bank
      • Episode: A Kind of Stopwatch
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Club Bonanza
      • Bar where time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell destroys a juke box, drinks some whiskey and shoots a television. (episode Execution)
    • Houghton's
      • Nightclub where Joey Crown looks for a gig. (episode A Passage for Trumpet)
    • Jim Henry's Paradise
      • Nightclub in front of which time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell shoots a car on the street. Sign used also seen in the 1943 movie Cabin in the Sky. (episode Execution)
    • Lonely Club
      • Nightclub from the scene when time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell stumbled down the busy New York City street. (episode Execution)
    • Rico Club
      • Nightclub from the scene when time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell stumbled down the busy New York City street. (episode Execution)
    • Saloon
      • Episode: Showdown with Rance McGrew
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • The Total War
      • An atomic war on Earth in the year 1985, 200 years ago. (episode The Elegy)
  • Beauty and Barber Shops
    • The Joint
      • Hairdressing saloon from the scene when time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell stumbled down the busy New York City street. (episode Execution)
  • Beauty Pageants
    • Miss Culture of 1960
      • Episode: A Most Unusual Camera
  • Beverages-Alcohol
    • Cavanaugh's Old Smokey
      • Whiskey that time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell drinks in Club Bonanza. (episode Execution)
    • Golden Delight Sour Mash Whiskey
      • Seen in episodes Printer's Devil, A Passage for Trumpet
    • Pebble Ames Bourbon
      • Seen in episode Printer's Devil
  • Beverages-Beer
    • Quality Beer
      • Beer brand that Joe Britt drinks. (episode What’s in the Box)
  • Boarding Schools-Boys
    • Rock Springs School For Boys
      • Episode: The Changing of the Guard
  • Books-Cookbooks
    • To Serve Man
      • Patty: Mr. Chambers! Mr. Chambers, don't get on that ship. The rest of the book, To Serve Man, it's - it's a cookbook! Episode: To Serve Man.
  • Books-Fiction
    • A Book of Modern Poetry
      • Book of poetry that Henry Bemis’ wife inks over the words, and then destroys. (Season 1 episode Time Enough At Last)
  • Books-Instructional
    • How to be Happy Though Bedridden
      • Episode: Escape Claus
  • Books-Magic
    • Witchcraft
      • Episode: Still Valley
  • Books-Nonfiction
    • Study of 19th Century Midwest America
      • History book that time traveler Paul Driscoll shows his friend Harvey, before traveling back in time to Homeville, Indiana 1881. (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
  • Books-Reference
    • English-Kanamit Dictionary
      • Episode: To Serve Man
  • Bridges
    • Owl Creek Bridge
      • Episode: An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge
  • Bus Lines
    • Intercity Bus
      • Bus line (Episode Mirror Image)
  • Cafes and Delis
    • Cafe
      • Generically named cafe (Episode: Where is Everybody?)
    • Cafe Mme Duval
      • Cafe outside Bogie's girlfriend's apartment. "What is truth" (episode The Big Tall Wish)
    • Joe's Airflite Cafe And Gas Station
      • Episode: A Hundred Yards Over the Rim.
    • Kelsey's Cafe
      • Episode: In His Image
    • The Oasis Cafe
      • Cafe from the scene when time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell stumbled down the busy New York City street. (episode Execution)
  • Candy Stores
    • Broullard the Confectioner
      • Episode: Death's Masquerade
  • Car Dealerships
    • Harvey Hennicutt's Used Motors
      • Episode: The Whole Truth
    • Harvey Hunnicut Used Cars
      • Used car salesman. "Get a Honey from Hunnicut!" (episode The Whole Truth)
  • Carnivals and Circuses
    • Famous Callini Circus
      • Circus advertised near where Rocky Valentine meets Mr. Pip. (episode A Nice Place to Visit)
  • Casinos
    • The Casino
      • Generically named casino where Mr. Pip takes Rocky to gamble. (episode A Nice Place to Visit)
    • Pendleton's Palace of Fortune
      • Episode: Back There
  • Cities and Towns
    • Oakwood
      • Small town (Episode: Where is Everybody?)
    • Peaceful Valley
      • Episode: Valley of the Shadow. Population 981.
    • Port Clarion
      • Episode: The Riddle of the Crypt
    • Signal Head
      • Episode: The Riddle of the Crypt
    • West Port Saugituck
      • one of the cities mentioned on the train in episode A Stop at Willoughby
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Castle Rock
      • Episode: The Riddle of the Crypt
    • Centerville
      • Episode: Stopover in a Quiet Town
    • Cliffordville
      • Episode: Of Late I Think of Cliffordville
    • Coeurville, New York
      • Episode: In His Image.
    • German Corners, Pennsylvania
      • Episode: Mute. In Germany in 1953, a group of people pledge that, in order to develop their mental powers, they and their children will communicate solely through telepathy. The Nielsen family them moves to German Corners, Pennsylvania...
    • Happiness, Arizona
      • Episode: Mr. Garrity and the Braves
    • Homeville, Indiana
      • Disillusioned with the present, time traveler Paul Driscoll travels back in time to live out the rest of his life in the idyllic small town of Homeville, Indiana in 1881. (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
    • Homewood
      • Martin Sloan: Used to live in Homewood. Grew up there as a matter of fact. Haven't been back in twenty, twenty-five years.
    • Howardville
      • Episode: The Ring-a-Ding Girl
    • London Flats, Maine
      • Episode: Night Call
    • Meladin, Ohio
      • Where the Horn family is from. Episode: A Hundred Yards Over the Rim.
    • Peaksville, Ohio
      • Episode: It's a Good Life
    • Ridgeview, Ohio
      • Episode: Nick of Time
    • Rock Spring, Vermont
      • Episode: The Changing of the Guard
    • Stanford
      • one of the cities mentioned on the train in episode A Stop at Willoughby
    • Willoughby
      • Episode: A Stop at Willoughby.
  • Clothing Stores
    • Helmer's Menswear
      • Episode: In His Image
  • Corporations
    • Cooper Corporation
      • Episode: A Kind of Stopwatch
    • Davis Morton Company
      • Episode: A World of Difference
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Dr. Rathmann
      • Episode: Perchance to Dream
  • Counties and States
    • Burton County
      • Episode: Miniature
  • Dates
    • April 14, 1865
      • After Peter Corrigan discusses the possibility of time travel with his friends at the Potomac Club on April 14, 1961, he steps outside the club to find himself magically transported back in time to April 14, 1865, the night of President Abraham Lincoln's assassination. He attempts to save the president's life, but fails. (episode Back There)
    • November 14, 1880
      • In 1960, Professor Manion uses his time machine to pluck outlaw cowboy Joe Caswell from 1880 just as he is about to be hanged for murder. (episode Execution)
    • July 1, 1881
      • Friday. Time traveler Paul Driscoll arrives in Homeville, Indiana from the future. The Homeville Clarion newspaper headline: President Garfield to Attend Commencement Exercises at Williams’ College (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
    • July 2, 1881
      • Paul Driscoll argues with Mr. Hanlon during dinner at the boarding house, later passionately kissing schoolteacher Abby Sloan outside when news of President Garfield being shot becomes known. (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
    • July 3, 1881
      • Sunday. While the town of Homeville, Indiana prepares for the 4th of July celebration a fire guts the County School building, unintentionally caused by time traveler Paul Driscoll. The Homeville Clarion newspaper headline: President Garfield’s Condition Unchanged. (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
    • July 4, 1881
      • 4th of July celebration planned in Homeville, Indiana: Parade at 9, speech at 11, games from noon to 5, picnic supper, and then fireworks and concert. (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
    • May 6, 1915
      • Time traveler Paul Driscoll attempts and fails to warn the captain and change the course of the doomed Lusitania, before it is torpedoed by a German U-Boat. (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
    • June 13, 1939
      • Anne Marie Henderson’s engagement party. As she rides a horse across her family's property, she is costed by another woman on a horse, dressed in black. The woman screams at her and chases her. 25 years later, she finds herself on the other side of the interaction, as the woman chasing her younger self. (Episode Spur of the Moment)
    • April 5, 1943
      • According to the tombstone that Captain James Embry finds in the desert, his buddy Kline died on April 5, 1943: "T/SGT. WM. F. KLINE - DIED OF INJURIES RECEIVED IN CRASH 5 APR, 1943 REST IN PEACE, BUDDY - THE CREW" (Episode King Nine Will Not Return)
    • August 6, 1945
      • Time traveler Paul Driscoll attempts and fails to warn authorities and evacuate the doomed city of Hiroshima before it is annihilated by an atomic bomb. (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
    • April 14, 1961
      • After Peter Corrigan discusses the possibility of time travel with his friends at the Potomac Club on April 14, 1961, he steps outside the club to find himself magically transported back in time to April 14, 1865, the night of President Abraham Lincoln's assassination. He attempts to save the president's life, but fails. (episode Back There)
    • June 18, 2023
      • Matthew Forman is put into cold sleep on June 18, 2023, in the hopes that his inoperable cancer can be cured in the future (episode Quarantine).
  • Dates-Annual
    • May 25
      • A man named Jagger is hanged at 9:30 in the morning in a small, inconsequential village that’s been covered by a mysterious darkness, a darkness made of hate that spreads across the world, to North Vietnam, a section of the Berlin Wall, a political prison in Budapest, a section of Chicago, a street in Dallas, Texas and Birmingham, Alabama, a section of Shanghai and elsewhere. (Episode I am the Night - Color Me Black)
  • Department, Discount and General Stores
    • The Bandwagon
      • Pawn shop where Joey Crown hocks his trumpet. (episode A Passage for Trumpet)
  • Doctors
    • Bertram J. Wellington M.D.
      • Episode: Back There
    • Christian Horn Jr., M.D.
      • Horn's son that he reads about in the encyclopedia in the cafe. Episode: A Hundred Yards Over the Rim.
    • Dr. Felton
      • Episode: The Riddle of the Crypt
    • Dr. Mel Avery
      • Episode: Ninety Years Without Slumbering
    • Dr. Saltman
      • Joe Britt’s doctor. (episode What’s in the Box)
  • Electronics
    • X109B14 Modified Transistorized Totally Automatic Assembly Machine
      • 
New machine at the W.V. Whipple Manufacturing Corporation which eliminates 61,000 jobs, 73 bulky inefficient machines, 81,000 needless man hours per 11 working days, $4 million in expenditures each year for employee hospitalization, employee insurance, employee welfare and employee profit participation. (Episode The Brain Center at Whipple's)
  • Electronics Stores
    • Ben Franklin Electric Storm Machine
      • Episode: I Sing the Body Electric
    • Big Daddy Electronics
      • from Rod Serling's Lost Classics
  • Elementary Schools
    • County School
      • School in Homeville, Indiana. (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
  • Entertainment for Hire
    • Caeser and Me
      • Episode: Caeser and Me
    • Willie and Jerry
      • Episode: The Dummy
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • Founder's Day Pic-Nic
      • Episode: The Ring-a-Ding Girl
    • Viewpark Girl Homes 17th Annual Christmas Doll Drive
      • Episode: Five Characters in Search of an Exit
  • Farms
    • Pleasant Farm
      • Episode: The Avenging Ghost
  • Film Production Companies
    • International Pictures
      • Film production company that offers aging film star Barbara Jean Trenton a small role as a mother in a current project, which she flatly refuses. (Season 1 episode The Sixteen Millimeter Shrine)
  • Financial Services
    • Joseph J. Callahan
      • Bookie. (episode Mr. Dingle, the Strong)
    • Max Philips
      • Episode: In Praise of Pip. Bookie.
    • Southside Loan Company
      • Financial service Rocky Valentine robs. (episode A Nice Place to Visit)
  • Fraternities and Sororities
    • Phi Delta Kappa
      • In the last scene of the episode, a robot has taken Whipple's place, even whirling Whipple's fraternity pin. (Episode The Brain Center at Whipple's)
  • Funeral Homes, Mortuaries and Morgues
    • Happy Glades
      • The world's greatest mortuary, located on an asteroid 655 million miles away from Earth. (episode The Elegy)
    • Willoughby & Son Funeral Home
      • Episode: A Stop at Willoughby
  • Furniture Stores
    • Furniture Mart
      • Episode: Showdown with Rance McGrew
  • Gangs
    • The Angels
      • Street gang Rocky Valentine organized when he was 8 years old, according to the Hall of Records. (episode A Nice Place to Visit)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • Space Agency
      • Episode: The Long Morrow
  • Grocery Stores
    • The Center Market
      • Episode: Back There
    • Foodbag
      • Episode: In His Image
    • The Marsh Market
      • Episode: Back There
    • Smith’s Grocery
      • Grocery store that Henry Bemis finds after the bomb goes off, where he finds he has plenty to eat. (Season 1 episode Time Enough At Last)
  • Halls, Opera Houses and Theaters
    • NY Arcade
      • Theater from the scene when time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell stumbled down the busy New York City street, featuring a water show. (episode Execution)
  • High Schools
    • Coeurville High School
      • Episode: In His Image
  • Holidays
    • Founder's Day
      • Episode: The Ring-a-Ding Girl
  • Home Furnishing Stores
    • The Clock Shop
      • Episode: I Sing the Body Electric
  • Hospitals
    • Northside Hospital
      • Hospital mentioned in an article in the The Daily Independent Press Herald newspaper: “Northside Hospital Building Fund Nears Goal with State Support” (Season 4 episode The Parallel)
  • Industrial Companies
    • International Metallurgics Associated
      • Episode: The Riddle of the Crypt
    • The W.V. Whipple Manufacturing Corporation
      • Wallace V. Whipple, owner of a vast Midwestern manufacturing corporation, decides to upgrade his plant to increase output by installing a machine which leads to tens of thousands of layoffs. (Episode The Brain Center at Whipple's)
  • Insurance Services
    • Pioneer-West Insurance Co.
      • The company name on calendar in the cafe. Episode: A Hundred Yards Over the Rim.
  • Islands
    • Cliff Island
      • Episode: The Riddle of the Crypt
  • Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Tailoring
    • ACME Tailor
      • Episode: Stopover in a Quiet Town
  • Libraries
    • Port Clarion Library
      • Episode: The Riddle of the Crypt
  • Lodging-Hotels
    • Salinas Hotel
      • Episode: The Fever
    • Willard Hotel
      • Episode: Back There
  • Lodging-Inns
    • Chesterfield Inn
      • Episode: In His Image
    • Higby's Inn
      • Episode: The House on the Square
  • Lodging-Motels
    • Nelson's Motel
      • Motel in Reno, Nevada - a sign that informs the last remaining astronaut that he and his crew never actually left Earth. (Episode I Shot an Arrow into the Air)
  • Lodging-Other
    • Desert Frontier Palace
      • Episode: The Fever
    • The Imperial
      • Episode: In His Image
    • The Metropolitan
      • Episode: Back There
    • The National
      • Episode: Back There
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • Ajax Cement
      • Mr. Pool hears the thoughts of the man that works for Ajax Cement - he's applying for a loan so he can gamble on racehorses. Episode: A Penny for Your Thoughts.
    • The Roswell G. Flemington Model Ship Company
      • Mr. Flemington’s company. (Episode Sounds and Silences)
  • Medical Companies
    • New Life Corporation
      • Episode: The Trade-Ins. John and Marie Holt visit the New Life Corporation, hoping to transplant their personalities into youthful, artificial bodies. Unfortunately, they have only five thousand dollars- just enough for one body.
  • Medicine Products
    • Glove Cleaner
      • Roger Shackelforth buys a love potion for $1 from Professor A. Daemon to make Leila fall in love with him. Later he buys the antidote known as "Glove Cleaner" or "Eradicator", which is actually poison. Roger decides not to use it when he finds out that Leila is pregnant. (episode The Chaser)
    • Love Potion
      • Roger Shackelforth buys a love potion for $1 from Professor A. Daemon to make Leila fall in love with him. Later he buys the antidote known as "Glove Cleaner" or "Eradicator", which is actually poison. Roger decides not to use it when he finds out that Leila is pregnant. (episode The Chaser)
    • Prof. Eliot’s Famous Alternative Elixir
      • a.k.a. Professor Eliot's Wonder Medicine, "The world’s most incredible curative", "For man or beast", "The most safe and efficient alterive and de-obstruent properties for the cure of scrofula, king’s evil, white swellings, undulant tumors, gout, scurvy." 25 cents a bottle, "Guaranteed to immediately alter a depraved or impure state of the blood or any other fluids of the body." (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
  • Military Bases
    • Anderson Air Force Base
      • episode: And When the Sky Was Opened
  • Mining Companies
    • Eastern Tankers
      • Episode: Dead Man's Chest
    • Trans-Steel
      • Episode: What You Need
    • Wilton Barges
      • Episode: Dead Man's Chest
  • Mountains
    • Bald Eagle Mountain
      • Episode: The Avenging Ghost
    • Blue Ridge Mountains
      • Episode: Jess-Belle. In the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Billy-Ben Turner proposes to Ellwyn Glover, the pretty daughter of a successful farmer.
    • High Ridge
      • Episode: Dead Man's Chest
  • Movies
    • A Farewell Without Tears
      • 1933 film starring Barbara Jean Trenton and Jerry Herndon. (Season 1 episode The Sixteen Millimeter Shrine)
    • Furlough Romance
      • Movie advertised on theater marquee in Episode: Two
    • A Night in Paris
      • 1934 films starring Barbara Jean Trenton. (Season 1 episode The Sixteen Millimeter Shrine)
    • The Private World of Arthur Curtis
      • Episode: A World of Difference
    • Queen of the Nile
      • Episode: Queen of the Nile
    • Savoy
      • Episode: Where is Everybody?
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • Jones Van & Storage Co
      • After stealing $1 million worth of gold bricks from a train Farwell and his crew transport the gold bricks to their secret cave in Death Valley, California in a moving truck. "Nationwide moving" (episode The Rip Van Winkle Caper)
    • T&N Trucking Co.
      • Joey Crown attempts suicide by jumping in front of a truck. (episode A Passage for Trumpet)
  • Museums
    • Burton County Museum
      • Episode: Miniature
    • Ferguson's Wax Museum
      • Episode: The New Exhibit
    • Hall of Records
      • Mr. Pip takes Rocky to the Hall of Records, reading him a list of all of his crimes, including organizing a street gang called the Angels when he was eight years old. (episode A Nice Place to Visit)
  • Musicians
    • Floyd Burney
      • Episode: Come Wander with Me
    • Joey Crown
      • Episode: A Passage for Trumpet. Joey Crown, musician with an odd, intense face, whose life is a quest for impossible things like flowers in concrete or like trying to pluck a note of music out of the air and put it under glass to treasure.
  • Natural Areas
    • The Farms
      • Episode: Return for Oblivion. A great place to fish.
    • Granite Bouls
      • Episode: Dead Man's Chest
    • The Haunted Grove
      • Episode: The Riddle of the Crypt
    • Laurel Canyon
      • Episode: Perchance to Dream
    • Porpoise Point
      • Episode: The Riddle of the Crypt
    • Round Hill
      • Episode: Dead Man's Chest
    • White Brook Hollow
      • Episode: Dead Man's Chest
  • Neighborhoods
    • Wooden Hills
      • Arthur's neighborhood in episode A world of difference
    • Woodland Hills
      • Episode: A World of Difference
  • Newspapers
    • Beacon News Service
      • Company that publishes The Daily Chronicle, the newspaper that Henry Bemis reads. (Season 1 episode Time Enough At Last)
    • The Daily Chronicle
      • Fake newspaper from multiple episodes. Newspaper that Henry Bemis reads. Headline: H-BOMB CAPABLE OF TOTAL DESTRUCTION (Season 1 episode Time Enough At Last) Also appears in episodes The Arrival, And When the Sky Was Opened.
    • The Daily Independent Press Herald
      • Newspaper headline: ASTRONAUT GAINES TO ORBIT EARTH (Season 4 episode The Parallel)
    • Daily Mirror
      • Episode: The Mighty Casey
    • Daily Picayune
      • Episode: Death's Masquerade
    • Danzburg Courier
      • Episode: Printer's Devil
    • The Elgin Bugle
      • Episode: The Fever
    • The Gazette
      • Episode: Printer's Devil
    • The Homeville Clarion
      • Local newspaper in Homeville, Indiana. “Published in the interest of righteousness and free thought“ (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
    • New York Chronicle
      • Episode: King Nine Will Not Return
    • New York Daily Chronicle
      • Headline: World War II Bomber Found Intact in Desert (Episode King Nine Will Not Return)
  • Orphanages
    • Viewpark Girls Home
      • Episode: Five Characters in Search of an Exit
  • Pamphlets
    • Universe
      • Pamphlet from Episode: Two
  • Pool Halls
    • Clancy's Pool Hall
      • Episode: A Game of Pool
  • Professional Organizations
    • Potomac Club
      • Club where Peter Corrigan discusses the possibility of time travel with his friends. (episode Back There)
  • Psychic Services
    • Madame Maria
      • Palmist outside Bogie's girlfriend's apartment. (episode The Big Tall Wish)
    • Madame Olga
      • Fortune teller offering Predictions outside the nightclub Jim Henry's Paradise from the scene when time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell stumbled down the busy New York City street. (episode Execution)
  • Quotes
    • Annabelle Streator
      • Annabelle Streator: You've become a stranger to me, Erich. A sick neurotic stranger. You're filled with blind, unreasonable hate. You'd better see a good psychiatrist. (Episode: The Living Doll)
    • Erich Streator
      • Erich Streator: My name is Erich Streator, and I'm gonna get rid of you. (Episode: The Living Doll)
    • Folk Song
      • Folk Song: Fair was Elly Glover, dark was Jess-Belle, both they loved the same man, and both they loved him well. (Episode: Jess-Belle)
    • Gart Williams
      • Gart Williams: Fat boy, why don't you shut your mouth? (Episode: A Stop at Willoughby)
    • Janie Williams
      • Janie Williams: You know what the trouble with you is, Gart? You were just born too late. Because, you know, you're the kind of a guy that could be satisfied with a summer afternoon, or an ice wagon being drawn by a horse. So it's my mistake, pal, my error, my miserable tragic error, to get married to a man whose big dream in life is to be Huckleberry Finn! (Episode: A Stop at Willoughby)
    • Kanamit
      • Kanamit: Ladies and gentleman of the Earth, we greet you in peace and friendship. We come from a planet far beyond this galaxy, a planet far more developed than Earth, but we come as friends. Although we know your language, our own methods of communication are mental rather than verbal. Hence, the voice you hear me speaking with is totally mechanical. Our intentions are honorable. We desire above all things to help the people the Earth, to establish embassies here, and in the near future to set up reciprocal visits between Earth people and Kanamits. (Episode To Serve Man)
    • Man
      • Man: Crazy dames. It too hot to play games. Much too hot. (Episode: Midnight Sun)
      • Man: Never argue with a woman with a gun. (Episode: Midnight Sun)
      • Man: Come on out, baby. Come on out, baby. Come on out and be friendly. I ain't got all day. If you don't come out, I'm gonna come in. (Episode: Midnight Sun)
    • Martin Sloan
      • Martin Sloan: You're Martin Sloan? (Episode: Walking Distance)
      • Martin Sloan: Martin, I only wanted to tell you that this is a wonderful time of life for you. Don't let any of it go by without enjoying it. There won't be any more merry-go-rounds, no more cotton candy, no more band concerts. I only wanted to tell you that this is a wonderful time for you. Now. Here. That's all, Martin. That's all I wanted to tell you. God help me. That's all I wanted to tell you. (Episode: Walking Distance)
    • Michael Chambers
      • Michael Chambers: Why don't you take a flying jump at the moon! (Episode: To Serve Man)
    • Mr. Wickwire
      • Mr. Wickwire: While there are men, there can be no peace. (episode The Elegy)
    • Narrator
      • Narrator: You are traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land of imagination. Next stop, the Twilight Zone.
      • Narrator: Up there, up there in the vastness of space, in the void that is sky, up there is an enemy known as isolation. It sits there in the stars waiting, waiting with the patience of eons, forever waiting, in the Twilight Zone. (Episode: Where is Everybody?)
      • Narrator: 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 land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas. You've just crossed over into the Twilight Zone.
      • Narrator: James Elwood, master programmer. In charge of Mark 502-741, commonly known as Agnes, the world's most advanced electronic computer. Machines are made by men for man's benefit and progress, but when man ceases to control the products of his ingenuity and imagination he not only risks losing the benefit, but he takes a long and unpredictable step into... the Twilight Zone. (Episode: From Agnes- With Love)
      • Narrator: There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man's fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination. It is an area we call the Twilight Zone.
      • Narrator: The tools of conquest do not necessarily come with bombs, and explosions, and fallout. There are weapons that are simply thoughts, attitudes, prejudices, to be found only in the minds of men. For the record, prejudices can kill and suspicion can destroy; and a thoughtless, frightened search for a scapegoat has a fallout all of its own for the children, and the children yet unborn. And the pity of it is, that these things cannot be confined to the Twilight Zone. (Episode: The Monsters are Due on Maple Street)
      • Narrator: You're traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That's the signpost up ahead - your next stop, the Twilight Zone.
    • Norma
      • Norma: Here's looking at you. (Episode: Midnight Sun)
    • Patty
      • Patty: Mr. Chambers! Mr. Chambers, don't get on that ship. The rest of the book, To Serve Man, it's - it's a cookbook! (Episode: To Serve Man)
    • Paul Driscoll
      • Paul Driscoll: Everything has to happen the way it’s supposed to happen. (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
    • Professor A. Daemon
      • Professor A. Daemon: First, the "stimulant", and then the "chaser". (episode The Chaser)
    • Radio Announcer
      • Radio Announcer: And still the phenomenon remains unexplained except for the reports that now come in of similar occurrences here in the United States and elsewhere. At two o'clock this afternoon, a dark cloud suddenly appeared over a street in Dallas, Texas. The mayor of West Berlin verified the fact that a rectangular area over the Berlin Wall has suddenly gone dark. In Budapest, European newspapermen passed over censorship an article about several square blocks including a political prison which was suddenly thrown into darkness early this morning. In Birmingham, Alabama. An area in Shanghai. The entire northern section of Vietnam. A section of Chicago, Illinois. The darkness continues to make itself known. (Episode: I am the Night - Color Me Black)
    • Reverend Anderson
      • Reverend Anderson: Have you? Have any of you? In all this darkness, is there anybody who can make out the truth? He hated, and he killed, and now he dies. You hated, and you killed, and now there's not one of you, not one of you who isn't doomed. Do you know why it's dark? Do you know why there's night all around us? Do you know what the blackness is? It's the hate he felt, the hate you felt, the hate all of us feel, and it's too much of it. It's just too much. And so we had to vomit it out, and now it's coming up all around us and choking us. So much hate, so much miserable hate. (Episode: I am the Night - Color Me Black)
    • Talky Tina
      • Talky Tina: My name is Talky Tina, and I'm going to kill you. (Episode: The Living Doll)
      • Talky Tina: My name is Talky Tina, and you'd better be nice to me. (Episode: The Living Doll)
      • Talky Tina: My name is Talky Tina, and I'm beginning to hate you. (Episode: The Living Doll)
    • U.S. Air Force
      • U.S. Air Force: Central Control, come in Central Control. Do you read me? Gresham is dead! Repeat, Gresham is dead! The ship's destroyed. Incredible race of giants here. Race of giants. No, central control. No counterattack. Repeat, no counterattack. Too much for us. Too powerful. Stay away. Gresham and I, we're finished! Finished! Stay away. Stay away. (Episode: The Invaders)
    • Walter Bedecker
      • Walter Bedecker: I swear, he's cheated me. Immortality. What's the good of it? There isn't any kicks, any excitement. (Episode Escape Clause)
    • Wanda Dunn
      • Wanda Dunn: When will it happen? When will we go? (Episode: Nothing in the Dark)
    • William Benteen
      • William Benteen: Night is a quiet time, Jo Jo, when the Earth went to sleep. Kind of like a cover that it pulled over itself. Not like here, where we have the two sun always shining, always burning. (Episode: On Thursday We Leave for Home)
  • Radio Stations
    • WNYG
      • Episode: Midnight Sun
  • Realms
    • The Twilight Zone
      • No description available
  • Realty Services
    • A.J. Whittaker Real Estate
      • Episode: The House on the Square
  • Rental Services
    • Miro's Costume Shop
      • Episode: Death's Masquerade
  • Repair Services
    • TV Repairs
      • generic name for TV repair company in "A Thing About Machines" episode
  • Restaurants-French
    • Le Parisien
      • Restaurant from the scene when time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell stumbled down the busy New York City street. (episode Execution)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Black Sun Tavern
      • Episode: The House on the Square
    • The Colony
      • Episode: Walking Distance
    • Danny's Hideaway
      • Episode: Walking Distance
    • Dizard's
      • Episode: Death's Masquerade
    • Sardi's East
      • Episode: Walking Distance
    • Thompson Brothers Restaurant
      • Restaurant and bar in Homeville, Indiana. (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
    • Willard's
      • Restaurant that the woman mentions to Peter Corrigan in the boarding house when he is transported back in time to April 14, 1865, where she and her husband are going for dinner before the play where Abraham Lincoln is going to be assassinated. (episode Back There)
  • Retirement Communities
    • Sunnyvale Rest Home
      • Episode: Kick the Can
  • Services-Other
    • We Have What You Need
      • Episode: What You Need
  • Sports Animals-Racehorses
    • Crinoline
      • One of the racehorses the man from Ajax Cement plans to bet on. Episode: A Penny for Your Thoughts.
    • Lucky Lady
      • One of the racehorses the man from Ajax Cement plans to bet on. Episode: A Penny for Your Thoughts.
    • Nimble Runner
      • One of the racehorses the man from Ajax Cement plans to bet on. Episode: A Penny for Your Thoughts.
    • Tidy Too
      • Racehorse. Episode: A Most Unusual Camera.
  • Sports Teams-Baseball
    • Hoboken Zephyrs
      • Baseball team in episode: The Mighty Casey
  • Star Systems
    • Star System 51
      • Episode: Death Ship. Picture of the spaceship E-89, cruising above the thirtieth planet of Star System 51, the year 1997...
  • Stores-Other
    • Resnick's Store Mannequins
      • Episode: Where is Everybody?
  • Supercomputers
    • Agnes
      • The world's most advanced electronic computer. (Episode: From Agnes- With Love)
  • Taxi Service
    • J. Cuppy Taxi
      • Episode: The Riddle of the Crypt
  • Technology Companies
    • Fantoccini Ltd
      • Episode: I Sing the Body Electric
  • Theater Productions
    • Fury In The Night
      • The name of one of Gregory West's plays from the episode A World of His Own.
    • What to Do When Booth Comes Back
      • Episode: The Trouble with Templeton
  • Thoroughfares-Avenues
    • 3rd Avenue
      • Episode: Two
  • Thoroughfares-Lanes
    • Spruce Lane
      • Episode: Dead Man's Chest
    • Tranquility Lane
      • Episode: Kick the Can. 428 Tranquility Lane is the address of Sunnyvale Rest Home.
  • Thoroughfares-Roads
    • Ventner Road
      • Arthur's address in episode A world of difference
  • Thoroughfares-Streets
    • 14th Street
      • Episode: Two
    • Elm Street
      • Episode: In His Image
    • Maple Street
      • Episode: The Monsters are due on Maple Street
    • Oak Street
      • Episode: Walking Distance
    • Randolph Street
      • Episode: A Game of Pool
  • Time Travel
    • Professor Manion's Time Machine
      • In 1960, Professor Manion uses his time machine to pluck outlaw cowboy Joe Caswell from 1880 just as he is about to be hanged for murder. (episode Execution)
  • Tobacco Products
    • Morley Cigarettes
      • Seen in episodes: Nightmare at 20,000 Feet, The Thirty Fathom Grave, In Praise of Pip, Living Doll and Stopover in a Quiet Town
  • Toy Products
    • Talky Tina
      • Episode: The Living Doll. Talky Tina, a doll that does everything, a lifelike creation of plastic and springs and painted smile.
  • Travel Agencies
    • Devlin Travel Agency
      • Episode: Of Late I Think of Cliffordville
  • Travel Ports
    • Middle Harbor
      • Episode: The Riddle of the Crypt
  • Trivia
  • TV Shows
    • The Tragic Cycle
      • Episode: The Bard. Shakespeare's first venture intro writing for television.
  • TV Stations
    • JDQE
      • In the Episode 'To Serve Man' JDQE TV was one of the television stations broadcasting the aliens' message to the world.
  • TV Stations-Numbers
    • Channel 10
      • TV channel that Joe Britt and his wife didn’t used to get, but get now after the mysterious TV repairman leaves. It’s a magical channel that shows Joe his past, present and future. (episode What’s in the Box)
  • Universities
    • Coeurville University
      • Episode: In His Image
  • Vehicle Models - Cars and Trucks
    • Model A
      • Episode: The Whole Truth. Like the Model T, but the Model A.
  • Vehicles (Specific) - Aircraft
    • King Nine
      • B-25 medium bomber, 12th Air Force (Episode King Nine Will Not Return)
  • Vehicles (Specific) - Nautical
    • Lady Anne
      • Episode: Passage on the Lady Anne
    • S.S. Flemington Co.
      • Lifebouy on Mr. Flemington’s office wall. (Episode Sounds and Silences)
  • Vehicles (Specific) - Space
    • The Arrow One
      • The first manned aircraft into space. (Episode I Shot an Arrow into the Air)
    • E-89
      • Episode: Death Ship. Picture of the spaceship E-89, cruising above the thirtieth planet of Star System 51, the year 1997...
    • Galaxy VI
      • Colonel Sloan's ship, sent to transport the colonists back to Earth. (Season 4 episode On Thursday We Leave for Home)
    • Pilgrim I
      • The first space ship sent up to colonize the outer regions, carrying 113 people who established this first colony off the Earth. Erected August 1991. (Season 4 episode On Thursday We Leave for Home)
  • Water
    • Scatter Creek
      • Episode: In His Image
    • Seventeen Fathoms
      • Episode: Return for Oblivion. A great place to fish.
  • Youth Programs
    • Junior Woodchucks
      • Episode: In His Image

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