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Episode 36 – “A World of His Own”

Serling provides a comedic romp through the metaphysics of fictional discourse. The setting is the home of Mr. Gregory West, “one of America’s most noted playwrights.”  Mr. West is being poured a drink by his mistress, his beautiful, adoring, and … Continue reading

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Episode 4 “Sixteen Millimeter Shrine”

“Picture of a woman, looking at a picture…” – Serling’s opening narration is about representation. The picture is a film – a sixteen millimeter film being projected in the living room of Barbara Jean Trenton (played by Eda Lupino!), a … Continue reading

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