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THE TWILIGHT ZONE
1959 TV Series

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  • Airlines
    • Global Airlines
      • (Season 2 episode The Odyssey of Flight 33)
    • Gold Star Airways
      • No description available
    • Trans East Airlines
      • Airplane that arrives at an airport without any crew or passengers. (Season 3 episode The Arrival)
  • Alcohol
    • Cavanaugh's Old Smokey
      • Whiskey that time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell drinks in Club Bonanza. (Season 1 episode Execution)
    • Golden Delight Sour Mash Whiskey
      • Liquor bottle prop from various episodes. (Season 1 episode A Passage for Trumpet)
      • Liquor bottle on Doug Winter's desk in his office. (Episode Printer's Devil)
      • Mr. Featherstone knocks a bottle off his desk in front of the janitor, and it breaks on the floor. (Episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Pebble Ames straight Kentucky bourbon
      • Liquor bottle in Doug Winter's office. (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
      • Appearance. (episode In Praise of Pip)
    • Pell Mell Whiskey
      • Whiskey advertised outside the Dalton Saloon. (Season 1 episode Mr. Denton on Doomsday)
  • Amusement Park Attractions
    • Maya the Cat Girl
      • Carnival dancer that lures Edward Hall into a funhouse. (Season 1 episode Perchance to Dream)
  • Antique Stores
    • Antiques
      • Antique store near the subway station where Alan Talbot begins his adventure. (Season 4 episode In His Image) Generic antique store in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
    • 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. (Season 2 episode The Man in the Bottle)
  • Apartment and Condos
    • The Royal Crest
      • Apartment building in the world's greatest mortuary known as Happy Glades. (Season 1 episode Elegy)
  • Architecture and Interior Design
    • A.J. Coleman, Draughting
      • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
  • Arenas, Fields and Stadiums
    • St. Nicholas Arena
      • Also known as 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" (Season 1 episode The Big Tall Wish)
  • Artists
    • Vladimar Sokolvasky
      • Artist listed on the front of a building in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
  • Automotive Services
    • A-1 Garage
      • Automotive service down the street from Freddie Iaccino's speakeasy. (Season 2 episode The Trouble with Templeton)
    • Mansfield Tires
      • Tire store in the abandoned city. (Season 3 episode Two)
    • Vernon's Auto Repair
      • (Season 4 episode Valley of the Shadow)
    • Willspark Spark Plugs
      • Auto supply store in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
  • Banks
    • City Bank
      • Bank in Cliffordville, Indiana. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Eastside Bank and Trust
      • (Season 1 episode Time Enough at Last)
    • First National Bank
      • Bank in Dansburg that gets robbed - the first story that Mr. Smith breaks for the Dansburg Courier: FIRST NATIONAL BANK ROBBED IN BROAD DAYLIGHT (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • Goldstein's Loan Company
      • (Season 5 episode Caesar 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
      • McNulty uses the enchanted stop watch to stop time while robbing a bank, dropping and breaking the stop watch in the process, leaving him unable to start time back up again. (Season 5 episode A Kind of Stopwatch)
  • Bar and Grills
    • Smitty's Bar & Grill
      • Restaurant in Dansburg where Doug Winter meets Mr. Smith, the gentleman he hires as his new Linotype operator and reporter. (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
  • Barber Shops
    • Barber
      • Generic barber shop in Peaceful Valley, New Mexico.
    • Joe Bartoli Barber
      • Barber shop in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Belucci's Western Saloon
      • McNulty suggests the owner of the local bar install saloon-style swinging doors and call his bar "Belucci's Western Saloon". (Season 5 episode A Kind of Stopwatch)
    • Club Bonanza
      • Bar where time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell destroys a juke box, drinks some whiskey and shoots a television. (Season 1 episode Execution)
    • Club Rico
      • Nightclub down the street from Freddie Iaccino's speakeasy. (Season 2 episode The Trouble with Templeton)
    • Club Tiki
      • Location of party to celebrate the success of the company where George works. (Season 4 episode I Dream of Genie)
    • Del Rio
      • Bar where Fred Renard meets peddler Pedott. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Freddie Iaccino's
      • Speakeasy where Booth Templeton finds his dead wife Laura. (Season 2 episode The Trouble with Templeton)
    • Houghton's
      • Nightclub where Joey Crown looks for a gig. (Season 1 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. (Season 1 episode Execution)
    • Lonely Club
      • Nightclub from the scene when time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell stumbled down the busy New York City street. (Season 1 episode Execution)
    • Rico Club
      • Nightclub from the scene when time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell stumbled down the busy New York City street. (Season 1 episode Execution)
  • Baseball Teams
    • Hoboken Zephyrs
      • Baseball team. (Season 1 episode The Mighty Casey)
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • The Total War
      • An atomic war on Earth in the year 1985, 200 years ago. (Season 1 episode Elegy)
  • Beauty Pageants
    • Miss Culture of 1960
      • (Season 2 episode A Most Unusual Camera)
  • Beauty Salons
    • The Joint
      • Hairdressing saloon from the scene when time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell stumbled down the busy New York City street. (Season 1 episode Execution)
  • Beer
    • Bocker's Lager Beer
      • Beer advertised outside the Dalton Saloon. (Season 1 episode Mr. Denton on Doomsday)
    • Quality Beer
      • Beer brand that Joe Britt drinks. (Season 5 episode What's in the Box)
  • Boarding Schools-Boys
    • Rock Springs School for Boys
      • (Season 3 episode The Changing of the Guard)
  • Books-Cookbooks
    • To Serve Man
      • Book the Kanamits leave behind at the UN. 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. (Season 3 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)
    • The Last Man on Earth
      • Book that Sgt. Mike Ferris finds in the Park Drugs drugstore in Oakwood. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
  • Books-Instructional
    • How to be Happy Though Bedridden
      • (Season 1 episode Escape Clause)
    • The Mind and the Matter: How You Can Achieve the Ultimate Power of Concentration
      • Book that Henry gives Mr. Beechcroft to make up for spilling coffee on his coat earlier in the morning. (Season 2 episode The Mind and the Matter)
  • Books-Magic
    • Witchcraft
      • (Season 3 episode Still Valley)
    • Ye Book of Ye Black Arts
      • Writer Julius Moomer finds a book on black magic called Ye Book of Ye Black Arts at Polodney's Book Shop that allows him to conjure up William Shakespeare, and later, General Robert E. Lee, General Ulysses S. Grant, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Pocahantas, Daniel Boone, Theodore Roosevelt and Benjamin Franklin. (Season 4 episode The Bard)
  • 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
      • (Season 3 episode To Serve Man)
    • Oakwood Alphabetical Telephone Directory
      • Phone book for the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
  • Bookstores
    • Henry Radish Books
      • Bookstore in Dansburg. (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • Polodney's Book Shop
      • Writer Julius Moomer finds a book on black magic called Ye Book of Ye Black Arts at Polodney's Book Shop that allows him to conjure up William Shakespeare, and later, General Robert E. Lee, General Ulysses S. Grant, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Pocahantas, Daniel Boone, Theodore Roosevelt and Benjamin Franklin. (Season 4 episode The Bard)
  • Bridges
    • Owl Creek Bridge
      • (Season 5 episode An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • George P. Hanley Building
      • George's building, from George's second vision where he wishes to be rich. (Season 4 episode I Dream of Genie)
    • The Spencer Building
      • Building in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. Home of the Oakwood Post Office. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
  • Bus Lines
    • Intercity Bus
      • Bus line (Season 1 episode Mirror Image)
  • Butcher Shops
    • Jason's Meat Co.
      • Butcher shop in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
    • Jason's Meat Market
      • Butcher shop in Peaceful Valley, New Mexico.
    • Jason's Meats
      • Butcher shop in Harmony, New York in 1890. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
  • Cafes and Delis
    • Cafe
      • Generic cafe in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Cafe Mme Duval
      • Cafe outside Bogie's girlfriend's apartment. "What is truth" (Season 1 episode The Big Tall Wish)
    • Joe's Airflite Cafe and Gas Station
      • (Season 1 episode A Hundred Yards Over the Rim)
    • Kelsey's Cafe
      • (Season 4 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. (Season 1 episode Execution)
  • Candy Stores
    • Hoagley Gum and Candy
      • Candy shop on Randolph Street, the street where Horace Ford grew up. (Season 4 episode The Incredible World of Horace Ford)
    • Schuster's Candy Shop
      • Candy store across the street from the hall that Peter Vollmer and his movement rent for their rallies. (Season 4 episode He's Alive) Candy store next door to Cellem Employment Agency that Charley Parkes visits after losing his job. (Season 4 episode Miniature)
    • Sweet Shop
      • Candy store in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
  • Carnivals and Circuses
    • Famous Callini Circus
      • Circus advertised near where Rocky Valentine meets Mr. Pip. (Season 1 episode A Nice Place to Visit)
  • Casinos
    • The Casino
      • Generically named casino where Mr. Pip takes Rocky to gamble. (Season 1 episode A Nice Place to Visit)
    • Pendleton's Palace of Fortune
      • (Season 2 episode Back There)
  • Cities and Towns
    • East City
      • Astronaut Theodore Mason's Interplanetary Administration Rocket Bureau identification card lists his address as 24 Route 8 in East City. (Season 4 episode Death Ship)
    • Peaceful Valley, New Mexico
      • Mysterious little town that Phillip Redfield and his dig Rollie discover on their way to Albuquerque. Population 981. The best kept secret in the world. (Season 4 episode Valley of the Shadow)
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Allerton
      • Town listed on the Oakwood High School Basketball 1958-1959 schedule in the Park Drugs drugstore. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Bredon, New Mexico
      • The gas station attendant in Peaceful Valley advises Phillip Redfield to go back to the fork in the road and take the other road to Bredon, New Mexico. (Season 4 episode Valley of the Shadow)
    • Centerville
      • (Season 5 episode Stopover in a Quiet Town)
    • Clarion
      • Town listed on the Oakwood High School Basketball 1958-1959 schedule in the Park Drugs drugstore. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Cliffordville, Indiana
      • The very pleasant little town where Mr. Featherstone got his start. Also the home town of the custodian in his office building, Mr. Hecate. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Corinth
      • Town listed on the Oakwood High School Basketball 1958-1959 schedule in the Park Drugs drugstore. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Couerville
      • Alan Talbot's home town. Maybe. Maybe not. "A great little town full of warm, friendly people.” (Season 4 episode In His Image)
    • Dansburg
      • City, setting for the episode Printer's Devil, home of Doug Winter and his newspaper, the Dansburg Courier. (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • German Corners, Pennsylvania
      • After taking part in a pact to develop telepathic communication, Holger announces his move to German Corners, Pa. (Season 4 episode Mute)
    • Happiness, Arizona
      • (Season 5 episode Mr. Garrity and the Graves)
    • Harmony, New York
      • Town where Woodrow Mulligan lives in 1890, before being transported into the future by Professor Gilbert's Time Helmet. "Our hero... Woodrow Mulligan... a disgruntled citizen of Harmony, New York 1890." (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
    • 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
      • (Season 5 episode The Ring-a-Ding Girl)
    • London Flats, Maine
      • (Season 5 episode Night Call)
    • Manchester
      • Town listed on the Oakwood High School Basketball 1958-1959 schedule in the Park Drugs drugstore. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Meladin, Ohio
      • Where the Horn family is from. (Season 2 episode A Hundred Yards Over the Rim)
    • Oakwood
      • Mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Peaksville, Ohio
      • (Season 3 episode It's a Good Life)
    • Peeksville, Ohio
      • A place that used to be Ohio, where a monster in the form of a little boy controls everyone and everything. (Season 3 episode It's a Good Life)
    • Plainville
      • Town listed on the Oakwood High School Basketball 1958-1959 schedule in the Park Drugs drugstore. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Ridgeview, Ohio
      • (Season 2 episode Nick of Time)
    • Rock Spring, Vermont
      • (Season 3 episode The Changing of the Guard)
    • Stanford
      • One of the cities mentioned on the train. (Season 1 episode A Stop at Willoughby)
    • Temple
      • Alan Talbot mentions that the nearest bar to Couerville is in Temple, 15 miles away. (Season 4 episode In His Image)
    • West Port Saugituck
      • One of the cities mentioned on the train (pisode A Stop at Willoughby)
    • Willoughby
      • (Season 1 episode A Stop at Willoughby)
  • Clothing Stores
    • Helmer's Menswear
      • (Season 4 episode In His Image)
  • Computers
    • Agnes
      • The world's most advanced electronic computer. (Season 5 episode From Agnes - With Love)
  • Construction Companies
    • B&M Electrical Contractors
      • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
  • Convenience Stores and Gas Stations
    • Gas & Oil
      • The gas station attendant in Peaceful Valley advises Phillip Redfield to go back to the fork in the road and take the other road to Bredon, New Mexico. (Season 4 episode Valley of the Shadow)
  • Corporations
    • Cooper Corporation
      • Company where McNulty works - they make ladies foundation garments. (Season 5 episode A Kind of Stopwatch)
    • Corporation, Inc.
      • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Davis Morton Company
      • (Season 1 episode A World of Difference)
    • 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. (Season 5 episode The Brain Center at Whipple's)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Doctor Wallman
      • Charley Parkes' psychiatrist. (Season 4 episode Miniature)
    • Dr. Matthews
      • Psychiatrist in Couerville. (Season 4 episode In His Image)
    • Eliot Rathmann M.D.
      • Edward Hall's new psychiatrist. (Season 1 episode Perchance to Dream)
  • Counties and States
    • Burton County
      • Charley Parkes becomes obsessed with a dollhouse at the local museum. (Season 4 episode Miniature)
  • Doctors
    • Bertram J. Wellington M.D.
      • (Season 2 episode Back There)
    • Christian Horn Jr., M.D.
      • Horn's son that he reads about in the encyclopedia in the cafe. (Season 2 episode A Hundred Yards Over the Rim)
    • Dr. E.R. Fowler
      • Doctor on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Dr. Mel Avery
      • (Season 5 episode Ninety Years Without Slumbering)
    • Dr. Saltman
      • Joe Britt's doctor. (Season 5 episode What's in the Box)
    • Fred Jackson
      • Edward Hall's regular doctor. (Season 1 episode Perchance to Dream)
    • J.M. Meyer M.D.
      • Doctor listed on the front of a building in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • J.P. Swanson, M.D.
      • Doctor on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Richard Roy M.D.
      • Doctor listed on the front of a building in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
  • Dolls
    • Talky Tina
      • Doll that does everything, a lifelike creation of plastic and springs and painted smile. (Season 5 episode The Living Doll)
  • Drugstores
    • Drug Store
      • Generic drug store across the street from newspaper The Dansburg Courier. (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • Park Drugs
      • Drugstore in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Petrelli's Drug
      • Drugstore down the street from Freddie Iaccino's speakeasy. (Season 2 episode The Trouble with Templeton)
  • 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. (Season 5 episode The Brain Center at Whipple's)
  • Electronics Stores
    • Ben Franklin Electric Storm Machine
      • (Season 3 episode I Sing the Body Electric)
    • Big Daddy Electronics
      • From Rod Serling's Lost Classics.
    • Electro Appliance Co.
      • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Tri-Electronics
      • Electronics company George's secretary mentions, from George's second vision where he wishes to be rich. (Season 4 episode I Dream of Genie)
  • Elementary Schools
    • County School
      • School in Homeville, Indiana. (Season 4 episode No Time Like the Past)
    • German Corners Elementary School
      • Local elementary school in German Corners, Pennsylvania where Ilsa Nielson is enrolled, with teacher Miss Frank. (Season 4 episode Mute)
  • Energy and Power Companies
    • Dansburg Water and Power Company
      • Local utility company in Dansburg, mentioned on one of the stories that Mr. Smith breaks: E.J MACLEOD WINS $250,000 ON SWEEPSTAKES TICKET, Macleod for 16 years clerked at the Dansburg Water and Power Company (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
  • Entertainment for Hire
    • Caeser and Me
      • (Season 5 episode Caesar and Me)
    • Willie and Jerry
      • (Season 3 episode The Dummy)
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • Founder's Day Pic-Nic
      • (Season 5 episode The Ring-a-Ding Girl)
    • Viewpark Girl's Home 17th Annual Christmas Doll Drive
      • The army major, clown, ballet dancer, hobo and bagpiper characters are dolls donated to the Viewpark Girl's Home for their 17th Annual Christmas Doll Drive. (Season 3 episode Five Characters In Search of an Exit)
  • Fast Food-Hot Dogs
    • Wienees
      • Hot dog vendor on Randolph Street, the street where Horace Ford grew up. Frank on a roll, 3 cents each. (Season 4 episode The Incredible World of Horace Ford)
  • 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
    • Atlas Investment Co.
      • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Burns Receivers
      • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Consumers Trust Co.
      • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Joseph J. Callahan
      • Bookie. (Season 2 episode Mr. Dingle, the Strong)
    • Max Philips
      • Bookie. (Season 5 episode In Praise of Pip)
    • Southside Loan Company
      • Financial service Rocky Valentine robs. (Season 1 episode A Nice Place to Visit)
    • Trans-Mississippi Debentures
      • The company that Mr. Featherstone bought and then manipulated, resulting in ruined lives and four suicides. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
  • Fire and Rescue Services
    • German Corners Fire Department
      • Local fire department in German Corners, Pennsylvania that finds Ilsa the night that her family is killed in a house fire. (Season 4 episode Mute)
  • Fitness Centers
    • Venuto Bath & Health Club
      • Health club down the street from Polodney's Book Shop, where writer Julius Moomer finds a book on black magic. (Season 4 episode The Bard)
  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • Old Maid's Fern
      • Jess-Belle insults Ellie Glover under the guise of discussing wildflowers: Saw a patch of Old Maid's Fern up on the mountain. (Season 4 episode Jess-Belle)
    • Vixen-wort
      • Ellie Glover insults Jess-Belle right back under the guise of discussing wildflowers after Jess-Belle mentions seeing a patch of Old Maid's Fern: I noticed a lot of vixen-wort around here myself. (Season 4 episode Jess-Belle)
  • Food
    • Shannon Onion Soup
      • Product Julius Moomer mentions, which doesn't exist - the Shannon Foods rep claims that onion soup is French in origin, and Shannon Foods is an American company. (Season 4 episode The Bard)
  • Food Companies
    • The Shannon Food Corporation
      • Sponsor of Julius Moomer's new production The Tragic Cycle, ghostwritten by William Shakespeare. (Season 4 episode The Bard)
  • 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. (Season 5 episode The Brain Center at Whipple's)
  • Fuel Companies
    • Chickering Oil
      • (Season 1 episode The Hitch-Hiker)
  • Funeral Homes
    • Happy Glades
      • The world's greatest mortuary, located on an asteroid 655 million miles away from Earth. (Season 1 episode Elegy)
    • Willoughby & Son Funeral Home
      • (Season 1 episode A Stop at Willoughby)
  • Furniture Stores
    • Excelsior Office Furniture
      • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Furniture Mart
      • (Season 3 episode Showdown with Rance McGrew)
    • Lawyer Furniture Co.
      • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Naywood Tredman Furniture
      • Furniture store in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
  • Gangs
    • The Angels
      • Street gang Rocky Valentine organized when he was 8 years old, according to the Hall of Records. (Season 1 episode A Nice Place to Visit)
  • General Stores
    • General Merchandise
      • General store in Peaceful Valley, New Mexico. (Season 4 episode Valley of the Shadow)
  • Government Agencies
    • Central States Command
      • New government of the post-apocalypse. (Season 5 episode The Old Man in the Cave)
    • Interplanetary Administration Rocket Bureau
      • When Interplanetary Administration Rocket Bureau spaceship E-89 lands on the 13th planet in star system 51 in 1997, the crew discovers what appears to be a duplicate of their ship that crashed on the planet's surface, killing their counterparts. (Season 4 episode Death Ship)
    • Space Agency
      • (Season 5 episode The Long Morrow)
  • Grocery Stores
    • The Center Market
      • (Season 2 episode Back There)
    • Foodbag
      • (Season 4 episode In His Image)
    • The Marsh Market
      • (Season 2 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. (Season 1 episode Execution)
    • Savoy Theatre
      • Booth Templeton stars in the The Angry Lovers, a play by Spencer Coombs, at the Savoy Theatre. (Season 2 episode The Trouble with Templeton)
  • Hardware Stores
    • ACME Tool Company
      • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Building Supplies
      • Hardware store in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
    • Diedrich Tool and Die Company
      • The one piece missing from Mr. Featherstone's industrial empire. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Hardware and Appliances
      • Generic hardware store in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Web's Hardware
      • Hardware store in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
  • High Schools
    • Allerton High School
      • High school listed on the Oakwood High School Basketball 1958-1959 schedule in the Park Drugs drugstore. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Clarion High School
      • High school listed on the Oakwood High School Basketball 1958-1959 schedule in the Park Drugs drugstore. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Coeurville High School
      • (Season 4 episode In His Image)
    • Corinth High School
      • High school listed on the Oakwood High School Basketball 1958-1959 schedule in the Park Drugs drugstore. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Dansburg High School
      • Local high school in Dansburg, mentioned one of the stories that Mr. Smith breaks: PRINCIPAL CONFESSED TO POLICE THAT HE IS MARRIED TO TWO WOMEN AND IS A BIGAMIST (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • Manchester High School
      • High school listed on the Oakwood High School Basketball 1958-1959 schedule in the Park Drugs drugstore. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Oakwood High School
      • Local high school in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Plainville High School
      • High school listed on the Oakwood High School Basketball 1958-1959 schedule in the Park Drugs drugstore. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
  • Holidays
    • Founder's Day
      • (Season 5 episode The Ring-a-Ding Girl)
  • Home Furnishing Stores
    • Babcock's
      • Home furnishing store in Dansburg. (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • The Clock Shop
      • (Season 3 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)
  • Hotels
    • Chesterton Hotel
      • Hotel near the subway station where Alan Talbot begins his adventure. (Season 4 episode In His Image)
    • Horn Hotel
      • Reporter Philip Redfield finds a copy of The Bredon Gazette newspaper in the Horn Hotel in Peaceful Valley dated March 6, 1953 with the headline: STALIN DEAD. (Season 4 episode Valley of the Shadow)
    • Hotel Gaines
      • Hotel in Cliffordville, Indiana where Mr. Featherstone's future custodian Mr. Hecate works. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville) Old hotel in the post-apocalyptic society town. (Season 5 episode The Old Man in the Cave)
    • New Brunswick Hotel
      • Hotel in Couerville. (Season 4 episode In His Image)
    • Salinas Hotel
      • (Season 1 episode The Fever)
    • Willard Hotel
      • (Season 2 episode Back There)
  • Ice Cream Parlors
    • Joe's Ice Cream
      • Ice cream cart outside Peter Vollmer's first failed rally. (Season 4 episode He's Alive)
  • Industries
    • McClellan Industries
      • Alan's company. (Season 4 episode Passage of the Lady Anne)
  • Inns
    • Chesterfield Inn
      • (Season 4 episode In His Image)
  • Insurance Services
    • Insurance Agency
      • Generic insurance agency in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
    • Park Central Insurance Company
      • Company where Mr. Beechcroft works. (Season 2 episode The Mind and the Matter)
    • Pioneer-West Insurance Co.
      • The company name on calendar in the cafe. (Season 2 episode A Hundred Yards Over the Rim)
  • Jewelry Stores
    • Campus Jewelers
      • Jewelry store in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
    • Legeis Jewelry
      • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
  • Job Services
    • Cellem Employment Agency
      • After Charley Parkes is fired from his job, he visits the Cellem Employment Agency. (Season 4 episode Miniature)
  • Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Tailoring
    • ACME Tailor
      • (Season 5 episode Stopover in a Quiet Town)
    • Cortez Laundry
      • Laundry service in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • Kieso's Laundry
      • Laundromat in the abandoned city. (Season 3 episode Two)
  • Legal Services
    • F.J. Palmer, Attorney
      • Company on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • O.C. Clayborn
      • Attorney listed on the front of a building in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
  • Liquor Stores
    • Krzeminski Liquors
      • Liquor store in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
    • Leo's Liquors
      • Liquor store in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
  • Lodging - Other
    • Desert Frontier Palace
      • (Season 1 episode The Fever)
    • The Imperial
      • (Season 4 episode In His Image)
    • The Metropolitan
      • (Season 2 episode Back There)
    • The National
      • (Season 2 episode Back There)
  • Makeup and Perfume
    • Supreme Perfume
      • Perfume product. (Season 2 episode The Mind and the Matter)
  • 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. (Season 2 episode A Penny for Your Thoughts)
    • The Roswell G. Flemington Model Ship Company
      • Mr. Flemington's company. (Season 5 episode Sounds and Silences)
  • Medical Companies
    • New Life Corporation
      • 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. (Season 3 episode The Trade-Ins)
  • Medicine
    • 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. (Season 1 episode The Chaser)
    • Henry J. Fate's Fast Gun Developer Potion
      • The man who drinks it becomes the fastest of the fast. You'll be able to shoot a hole through a silver dollar in mid-air at a hundred feet or better. Guaranteed to last for 10 seconds. (Season 1 episode Mr. Denton on Doomsday)
    • 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. (Season 1 episode The Chaser)
    • Prof. Eliot's Famous Alternative Elixir
      • Also known as 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)
  • Menu Items
    • The Kansas City
      • Steak served at Freddie Iaccino's speakeasy. (Season 2 episode The Trouble with Templeton)
  • Middle Schools
    • P.S. 31
      • Public school the newspaper mentions from George's second vision where he wishes to be rich. (Season 4 episode I Dream of Genie)
  • Military Bases
    • Anderson Air Force Base
      • (Season 1 episode And When the Sky Was Opened)
  • Mining Companies
    • Trans-Steel
      • (Season 1 episode What You Need)
  • 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. (Season 1 episode I Shot an Arrow into the Air)
  • Mountains
    • Blue Ridge Mountains
      • In the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Billy-Ben Turner proposes to Ellie Glover, the pretty daughter of a successful farmer. (Season 4 episode Jess-Belle)
    • Eagle Rock Mountain
      • Jess-Belle asks if Billy-Ben if he remembers the night they clung together in the sweet night grass on the top of Eagle Rock Mountain, when the moonlight made them see a silver mist on the fog below. (Season 4 episode Jess-Belle)
  • Movies
    • Beowulf
      • Director Eli Watson - in reality, George's boss - tells George that he wants Ann to star in his next film Beowulf - from George's first vision where he wishes for a life with wife movie star Ann Alexandra. (Season 4 episode I Dream of Genie)
    • A Farewell Without Tears
      • 1933 film starring Barbara Jean Trenton and Jerry Herndon. (Season 1 episode The Sixteen Millimeter Shrine)
    • Furlough Romance
      • Movie poster on movie theater wall. (Season 3 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
      • (Season 1 episode A World of Difference)
    • Queen of the Nile
      • (Season 5 episode Queen of the Nile)
    • Savoy
      • Movie theater playing Battle Hymn in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 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" (Season 2 episode The Rip Van Winkle Caper)
    • Liberty Storage
      • Storage service in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
    • T&N Trucking Co.
      • Joey Crown attempts suicide by jumping in front of a truck. (Season 1 episode A Passage for Trumpet)
  • Museum Exhibits
    • Murderers Row
      • Exhibit at Ferguson's Wax Museum. (Season 4 episode The New Exhibit)
  • Museums
    • Burton County Museum
      • Charley Parkes becomes obsessed with a dollhouse at the local museum. (Season 4 episode Miniature)
    • Ferguson's Wax Museum
      • Wax museum featuring the exhibit Murderer's Row. (Season 4 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. (Season 1 episode A Nice Place to Visit)
    • Marchand's Wax Museum
      • Martin Senescu becomes part of the new exhibit after killing his wife, her brother and his best friend and former employer Mr. Ferguson. (Season 4 episode The New Exhibit)
  • Musicians
    • Floyd Burney
      • (Season 5 episode Come Wander with Me)
    • 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. (Season 1 episode A Passage for Trumpet)
  • Natural Areas
    • Laurel Canyon
      • (Season 1 episode Perchance to Dream)
    • Scotch Broom Field
      • Jess-Belle asks if Billy-Ben if he remembers the day they ran through Scotch Broom Field, when the sun was blazing hot and they fell together, and he touched her. The fire in her burned as hot as the white sun. (Season 4 episode Jess-Belle)
  • Neighborhoods
    • Wooden Hills
      • Arthur's neighborhood. (Season 1 episode A world of difference)
    • Woodland Hills
      • (Season 1 episode A World of Difference)
  • News Columns
    • Nelson's Selections
      • Title of the column on the racing page of the newspaper. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
  • Newspapers
    • Beacon News Service
      • Company that publishes The Daily Chronicle, the newspaper that Henry Bemis reads. (Season 1 episode Time Enough At Last) News service listed on the front page of the Dansburg Gazette, the newspaper that's putting smaller competitor The Dansburg Courier out of business. (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • The Bredon Gazette
      • Reporter Philip Redfield finds a copy of The Bredon Gazette newspaper in the Horn Hotel in Peaceful Valley dated March 6, 1953 with the headline: STALIN DEAD. (Season 4 episode Valley of the Shadow)
    • Consolidated Press
      • Press service listed on the front page of the Dansburg Gazette, the newspaper that's putting smaller competitor The Dansburg Courier out of business. (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • Daily Chronicle
      • Newspaper from multiple episodes.
      • Newspaper that Henry Bemis reads. Headline: H-BOMB CAPABLE OF TOTAL DESTRUCTION (Episode Time Enough At Last)
      • (Episode What You Need)
      • (Episode And When the Sky Was Opened)
      • Newspaper headline: KANAMITS PROMISE NEW ERA! (Episode To Serve Man)
      • Newspaper headline: Hollywood Starlet on Tour / Miss Penny Jackson Arriving On Trans-East Flight From Buffalo Today (Episode The Arrival)
    • The Daily Courier
      • Newspaper headline on March 10, 1890: Government surplus only 85 million (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
    • The Daily Independent Press Herald
      • Newspaper headline: ASTRONAUT GAINES TO ORBIT EARTH (Season 4 episode The Parallel) a.k.a The Daily Press Herald. Newspaper headline: KANAMITS OFFER PEACE AND PROSPERITY (Season 3 episode To Serve Man)
    • Daily Mirror
      • (Season 1 episode The Mighty Casey)
    • The Dansburg Courier
      • Doug Winter's newspaper that's going out of business. "The people's voice" (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • Dansburg Gazette
      • Larger newspaper that's putting Doug Winter's Dansburg Courier out of business, where Doug's linotype operator Andy Praskins leaves to go work. (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • The Elgin Bugle
      • (Season 1 episode The Fever)
    • The Gazette
      • (Season 4 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 World
      • Newspaper in the abandoned city. Headlines include ENEMY THREATENS TO BREAK BIG BOMB CODE and EVACUATE CITY. (Season 3 episode Two)
    • New York Chronicle
      • (Season 2 episode King Nine Will Not Return)
    • New York Daily Chronicle
      • Headline: World War II Bomber Found Intact in Desert (Season 2 episode King Nine Will Not Return)
    • Philadelphia Press
      • Publisher of the Daily Courier newspaper in 1890. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
  • Orphanages
    • Viewpark Girl's Home
      • School for girls ages 2-10. The army major, clown, ballet dancer, hobo and bagpiper characters are dolls donated to the Viewpark Girl's Home for their 17th Annual Christmas Doll Drive. (Season 3 episode Five Characters In Search of an Exit)
  • Pamphlets
    • Universe
      • Magazine the man finds in the abandoned city. (Season 3 episode Two)
    • The Way to Salvation
      • Pamphlet the evangelist in the subway station hands Alan Talbot, shortly before he throws her under a train. (Season 4 episode In His Image)
  • Pawn Shops
    • The Bandwagon
      • Pawn shop where Joey Crown hocks his trumpet. (Season 1 episode A Passage for Trumpet)
  • Photography Services
    • Photo Specialist: Development and Printing
      • Photography service that David visits in an attempt to prove his existence. (Season 3 episode Person or Persons Unknown)
  • Plumbing Services
    • Jones Plumbing Co.
      • Plumbing service in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
  • Police Departments
    • Couerville Police
      • Local police department in Couerville. (Season 4 episode In His Image)
    • German Corners Sheriff
      • Local police department in German Corners, Pennsylvania. (Season 4 episode Mute)
    • Oakwood Police Department
      • Local police department in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
  • Pool Halls
    • Lister's Pool Room
      • Pool legend Fats Brown is summoned to Lister's Pool Room on Randolph Street in Chicago to play a game of pool with Jesse Cardiff. (Season 3 episode A Game of Pool)
    • Mason's Pool Hall
      • Pool legend Jesse Cardiff is summoned to Mason's Pool Hall in Mason's pool hall in Sandusky, Ohio to face a challenger. (Season 3 episode A Game of Pool)
  • Professional Organizations
    • Potomac Club
      • Club where Peter Corrigan discusses the possibility of time travel with his friends. (Season 2 episode Back There)
  • Psychic Services
    • Madame Maria
      • Palmist outside Bogie's girlfriend's apartment. (Season 1 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. (Season 1 episode Execution)
  • Racehorses
    • Cloverbrook
      • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Boyle. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Crinoline
      • One of the racehorses the man from Ajax Cement plans to bet on. (Season 2 episode A Penny for Your Thoughts)
    • Doodah Day
      • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Hagar. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Leffendi
      • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Houghton, producer Buck Houghton. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Liberty Sun
      • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Ryan. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Lucky Lady
      • One of the racehorses the man from Ajax Cement plans to bet on. (Season 2 episode A Penny for Your Thoughts)
    • Migrator
      • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Clemens, probably a nod to director of photography George Clemens. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Moon Ray
      • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Butler. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Nimble Runner
      • One of the racehorses the man from Ajax Cement plans to bet on. (Season 2 episode A Penny for Your Thoughts)
    • Ragaway
      • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Williams. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Shifty Sal
      • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Van den Ecker. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Sir Hiram
      • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Swain. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Staunch Soldier
      • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Denault, probably a nod to assistant director Edward Denault. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Tidy Too
      • Racehorse. (Season 2 A Most Unusual Camera)
    • Tropicana
      • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Serling, obviously a nod to series creator Rod Serling. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
    • Yellow Jack
      • Racehorse listed in the newspaper, whose jockey is listed as Gallegly. (Season 1 episode What You Need)
  • Radio Stations
    • WNYG
      • (Season 3 episode Midnight Sun)
  • Realms
    • The Twilight Zone
      • No description available
  • Repair Services
    • Jack's Fix-It Shop
      • Repair shop in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
    • TV Repairs
      • Generic name for TV repair company. (Season 2 episode A Thing About Machines)
    • Watchmaker
      • Repair shop in Harmony, New York in 1961. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
  • Restaurants-French
    • Le Parisien
      • Restaurant from the scene when time traveling cowboy Joe Caswell stumbled down the busy New York City street. (Season 1 episode Execution)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • The Colony
      • (Season 1 episode Walking Distance)
    • Danny's Hideaway
      • (Season 1 episode Walking Distance)
    • Mariners Club
      • Restaurant in the abandoned city. (Season 3 episode Two)
    • Mid-Town Restaurant
      • Laundromat in the abandoned city where the man and the woman first meet. (Season 3 episode Two)
    • Mother's Restaurant
      • Restaurant in Harmony, New York in 1890. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
    • Nick's
      • Local restaurant, mentioned a couple of times by different characters. (Season 4 episode I Dream of Genie)
    • Sardi's East
      • (Season 1 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. (Season 2 episode Back There)
  • Retirement Communities
    • Sunnyvale Rest Home
      • Rest home. (Season 3 episode Kick the Can)
  • Robot Models
    • Mark V Electrical Grandmother
      • (Season 3 episode I Sing the Body Electric)
  • Saloons
    • Dalton Saloon
      • Local saloon where Denton is thrown out of, but then later is welcomed back in. (Season 1 episode Mr. Denton on Doomsday)
    • Saloon
      • (Season 3 episode Showdown with Rance McGrew)
  • Services-Other
    • Blacksmith
      • Generic blacksmith in Peaceful Valley, New Mexico.
    • We Have What You Need
      • (Season 1 episode What You Need)
  • Specialty Stores
    • Resnick's Store Mannequins
      • Van parked in the mysterious little town of Oakwood with a mannequin sitting in the front passenger seat, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)
  • Sporting Goods Stores
    • Jim Dalton's Saddle Shop
      • Store in Harmony, New York in 1890. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
    • Nelson's
      • Store in Harmony, New York in 1890. "Buggy whips, harness, bridle, saddle, blankets" (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
  • Stars
    • Star System 51
      • When Interplanetary Administration Rocket Bureau spaceship E-89 lands on the 13th planet in star system 51 in 1997, the crew discovers what appears to be a duplicate of their ship that crashed on the planet's surface, killing their counterparts. (Season 4 episode Death Ship)
  • Stores - Other
    • Henry J. Fate, Dealer in Everything
      • Traveling salesman that sells Denton a potion to make him faster in a gunfight. (Season 1 episode Mr. Denton on Doomsday)
  • Talent Agencies
    • The Gerald Hugo Agency
      • Julius Moomer's agent. "Writers representative" (Season 4 episode The Bard)
  • Technology Companies
    • Fantoccini Ltd
      • (Season 3 episode I Sing the Body Electric)
  • Theater Productions
    • The Angry Lovers
      • Booth Templeton stars in the The Angry Lovers, a play by Spencer Coombs, at the Savoy Theatre. (Season 2 episode The Trouble with Templeton)
    • Fury in the Night
      • The name of one of Gregory West's plays. (Season 1 episode A World of His Own)
    • The Great Seed
      • Poster outside the Savoy Theatre in the past. Play Booth Templeton starred in 30 years ago. "1927's big hit!” (Season 2 episode The Trouble with Templeton)
    • What to Do When Booth Comes Back
      • (Season 2 episode The Trouble with Templeton)
  • Thoroughfares-Avenues
    • 3rd Avenue
      • Street sign being reclaimed by nature in the unnamed abandoned post-war city. (Season 3 episode Two)
    • Lime Rock Avenue
      • David Andrew Gurney's address. (Season 3 episode Person or Persons Unknown)
  • Thoroughfares-Lanes
    • Tranquility Lane
      • 428 Tranquility Lane is the address of Sunnyvale Rest Home. (Season 3 episode Kick the Can)
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Eagle Rock Trail
      • Jess-Belle: If Old Man Death came walking down Eagle Rock Trail, I'd run to meet him. I'd beg him on my knees to take me with him. (Season 4 episode Jess-Belle)
    • Love Alley
      • Name for an isolated road that Alan tells Jessica about on their way to Couerville. (Season 4 episode In His Image)
    • Route 8
      • Astronaut Theodore Mason's Interplanetary Administration Rocket Bureau identification card lists his address as 24 Route 8 in East City. (Season 4 episode Death Ship)
  • Thoroughfares-Roads
    • Bascomb Road
      • Road in Dansburg, where Mr. Smith plans to have Jacqueline Benson killed: "At 11:30 tonight, Miss Jacqueline Benson, former secretary to Douglas Winter, editor of the Courier, suffered grave injuries resulting from a head-on collision between her car and that of James Edward Slocum returning from a skiing trip. The accident took place on Bascomb Road." (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • Ventner Road
      • Arthur's address. (Season 1 episode A world of difference)
  • Thoroughfares-Streets
    • 14th Street
      • Street sign being reclaimed by nature in the unnamed abandoned post-war city. (Season 3 episode Two)
    • Dayton Street
      • Horace Ford's current address, street that intersects with Randolph Street, the street where Horace Ford grew up. (Season 4 episode The Incredible World of Horace Ford)
    • Elm Street
      • (Season 4 episode In His Image)
    • Maple Street
      • (Season 1 episode The Monsters are Due on Maple Street)
    • Oak Street
      • Street (Season 1 episode Walking Distance), Street in Couerville, location of the local library. (Season 4 episode In His Image)
    • Randolph Street
      • The street where Horace Ford grew up. (Season 4 episode The Incredible World of Horace Ford)
  • Time Travel
    • The Button
      • Paul Driscoll: Press the button, my friend, send me back into time.
    • 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. (Season 1 episode Execution)
    • Time Helmet
      • Professor Gilbert's invention that sends Woodrow Mulligan into the future. (Season 3 episode Once Upon a Time)
  • Tobacco Products
    • Morley Cigarettes
      • Prop cigarettes from multiple episodes. (Season 4 episode The Thirty Fathom Grave, Season 5 episodes In Praise of Pip, Living Doll, Nightmare at 20,000 Feet, Stopover in a Quiet Town)
  • Toy Products
    • Mr. Hop-Hop
      • Len, Horace Ford's friend and co-worker at the toy company, tells Horace that he just finished the design for the kangaroo toy called Mr. Hop-Hop - the name that Horace came up with the week before. (Season 4 episode The Incredible World of Horace Ford)
  • Transport-Nautical
    • Royal Star Line
      • Eileen and Alan travel on the S.S. Lady Anne to England, a ship owned by the Royal Star Line. (Season 4 episode Passage of the Lady Anne)
  • Transportation Technology
    • Desimulator
      • Teleportation device used by the residents of Peaceful Valley, New Mexico. (Season 4 episode Valley of the Shadow)
  • Travel Agencies
    • Devlin's Travel Agency
      • The devil's time travel agency on the 13th floor of Mr. Featherstone's office building. (Season 4 episode Of Late I Think of Cliffordville)
    • Lachlin Agency
      • Travel agency in the abandoned city. (Season 3 episode Two)
  • TV Shows-Anthology
    • The Shannon Classic Playhouse
      • Anthology program featuring Julius Moomer's new production The Tragic Cycle, ghostwritten by William Shakespeare. (Season 4 episode The Bard)
  • TV Shows-Game Shows
    • Pick Your Own Embalmer
      • Writer Julius Moomer's idea for a new quiz show. (Season 4 episode The Bard)
  • TV Shows-Reality TV
    • Boy Meets Girl
      • Writer Julius Moomer's idea for a new TV show, featuring a different boy and a different girl every week. (Season 4 episode The Bard)
    • Just Plain J.P.
      • Suggested series written by Julius Mooner, a kind of situation comedy involving a multi-millionaire rubber baron. The story that asks the question, Can a man who makes $9 million a year find happiness in a small mansion? (Season 4 episode The Bard)
    • The Multi-millionaire
      • Writer Julius Moomer's idea for a new TV show, based on the actual TV show The Millionaire, but better, because it's bigger. (Season 4 episode The Bard)
  • TV Shows-Specials
    • The Tragic Cycle
      • Writer Julius Moomer's new production, ghostwritten by William Shakespeare. (Season 4 episode The Bard)
  • TV Shows-Talk Shows
    • Celebrity Interviews
      • TV program featuring an interview with writer Julius Mooner. (Season 4 episode The Bard)
  • TV Stations
    • 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. (Season 5 episode What's in the Box)
    • JDQE-TV
      • TV station filming government when aliens arrive. (Season 3 episode To Serve Man)
  • Universities
    • Coeurville University
      • (Season 4 episode In His Image)
    • University of Couerville
      • College in Couerville, established 1912. (Season 4 episode In His Image)
  • Vehicle Dealerships
    • Harvey Hennicutt's Used Motors
      • (Season 2 episode The Whole Truth)
    • Harvey Hunnicut Used Cars
      • Used car salesman. "Get a Honey from Hunnicut!" (Season 2 episode The Whole Truth)
  • Vehicle Models - Cars and Trucks
    • Model A
      • Like the Model T, but the Model A. (Season 2 episode The Whole Truth)
  • Vehicles-Aircraft
    • King Nine
      • B-25 medium bomber, 12th Air Force (Season 2 episode King Nine Will Not Return)
  • Vehicles-Nautical
    • Edson
      • U.S. Navy destroyer that discovers the wreckage of a submarine from a battle twenty years earlier, and what sounds like knocking coming from the inside. (Season 4 episode The Thirty-Fathom Grave)
    • The Minstrel
      • Freighter heading for England recommended by the travel agency before and Eileen and Alan choose to travel on the Lady Anne. (Season 4 episode Passage of the Lady Anne)
    • S.S. Flemington Co.
      • Lifebouy on Mr. Flemington's office wall. (Season 5 episode Sounds and Silences)
    • S.S. Lady Anne
      • Eileen and Alan travel on the S.S. Lady Anne to England, a ship owned by the Royal Star Line. (Season 4 episode Passage of the Lady Anne)
    • S.S. Queen of Glasgow
      • Her name is the S.S. Queen of Glasgow. Her registry: British. Gross tonnage: 5,000. Age: Indeterminate. At this moment she's one day out of Liverpool, her destination New York. Duly recorded on the ship's log is the sailing time, course to destination, weather conditions, temperature, longitude and latitude. But what is never recorded in a log is the fear that washes over a deck like fog and ocean spray. Fear like the throbbing strokes of engine pistons, each like a heartbeat, parceling out of every hour into breathless minutes of watching, waiting and dreading... For the year is 1942, and this particular ship has lost its convoy. It travels alone like an aged blind thing groping through the unfriendly dark, stalked by unseen periscopes of steel killers. Yes, the Queen of Glasgow is a frightened ship, and she carries with her a premonition of death. (Season 1 episode Judgment Night)
    • V.A. Johnson
      • Albert W. Hicks, mate on the oyster smack V.A. Johnson, went mad and murdered his entire crew with an axe in 1860. Killer featured in the Murderers Row exhibit at Ferguson's Wax Museum. (Season 4 episode The New Exhibit)
  • Vehicles-Space
    • The Arrow One
      • The first manned aircraft into space. (Season 1 episode I Shot an Arrow into the Air)
    • E-89
      • When Interplanetary Administration Rocket Bureau spaceship E-89 lands on the 13th planet in star system 51 in 1997, the crew discovers what appears to be a duplicate of their ship that crashed on the planet's surface, killing their counterparts. (Season 4 episode Death Ship)
    • 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)
  • Video Game Arcades
    • Fun Palace
      • Store next door to the George P. Hanley Building, from George's second vision where he wishes to be rich. (Season 4 episode I Dream of Genie)
  • Water
    • Jones Beach
      • Beach that Julius Moomer mentions. (Season 4 episode The Bard)
    • Lake Bundy
      • Lake mentioned in one of the stories that Mr. Smith breaks: HONEYMOONERS DROWN IN LAKE BUNDY (Season 4 episode Printer's Devil)
    • Scatter Creek
      • (Season 4 episode In His Image)
  • Youth Programs
    • Junior Woodchucks
      • (Season 4 episode In His Image)
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