like the one with the slot machiene following the old man around....FRANKLIN! FRAAANNNKLIN!
my others (small list)
come wander with me
the one where Mickey Rooney is the jockey busted for horse doping
Billy Mumy as the monster
the one where Burgess Meridith is the bookworm who gets all the time to read he wants when the world ends (reminds me of me) LOL
and the one where where i think Robert Redford is death and comes for that old woman..I just hope when death comes for me he looks like Capt Jack LOL
However, the monologue intro in the library, is carved from several episodes, digitally connected for that specific narration.
All Rod Serling diaologe is done by an actor named Mark Silverman. (Hundreds of folks auditioned for the part but Mark was chosen for the role by Rod Serling's widow who made the final selection after listening to him on audio tape.)
The only time when Rod Serling's voice is his own is when you actually see him and he says, "Tonight's episode on the Twilight Zone is somewhat unique, and calls for a different kind of introduction. This as you may recognize is a" This is from the episode It's a Good Life where the young boy can change the world according to his whim. (the original words are "This, as you may recognize, is a map of the United States") The remainder of the ride's speech is the actor.
There is also references to the Little Girl Lost episode. The "Twilight room" in Florida is based off of the place the little girl fell into through the wall. In California, the upper line inside the boiler room has a strange marking on the wall, the same as the marking the helpful neighbor makes that indicates the door to the fifth dimension. If you listen you can hear the girl say, "Help Me! Help me!"
Plus lots of the props and small details in the line and after the ride is over comes from episodes.
St. Elizabeth, Patron Saint of Themed parks. Protect us from break downs, long lines, and used gum. Amen.
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