Who's that Twilight Zone guest star?

Who was in these episodes?

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Rod Serling is the man. 

The Twilight Zone wouldn't work with anybody else in charge. His singular vision made the show what it was.

But lots of Hollywood heavyweights brought the star power, elevating The Twilight Zone to insane levels of watchability. So here's the deal: We'll name a TZ plot, and you tell us which celebrity was the guest star. Good luck, have fun, and be sure to share your score in the comments section below.

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  1. "He's Alive": A floundering hate group is reinvigorated by visions of a long-dead dictator.
  2. "The Grave": A gunslinger visits a frontier town to pay respects at his enemy's grave. He instead meets... fate itself!
  3. "A Passage for Trumpet": A musician finds himself in a world where everything is frozen... except his much-better rival
  4. "Mr. Dingle, the Strong": A vacuum salesman is imbued with the strength of 300 men by an alien race
  5. "Nick of Time": A newlywed's psyche is completely undone by his superstitions when a machine in a diner tells his fortune
  6. "It's a Good Life": A bad kid with terrible powers erupts in a horrible temper tantrum
  7. "The Encounter": A gardener's past is revealed in a conversation with his WWII vet neighbor in this TZ episode that's hardly ever been re-run
  8. "Mirror Image": A woman is certain she's being haunted by her own doppelgänger.
  9. "Cavender is Coming": In the only episode with a laugh track, a woman tries to put her life together with the help of her guardian angel
  10. "Two": Although they may be the only two survivors after an apocalyptic battle, a man and a woman treat each other with suspicion

Who's that Twilight Zone guest star?

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cnorrn 1 day ago
9/10. Mirror Image got me. DO DO DO DO, DO DO DO DO.
ElizabethBoop 6 days ago
Here's another one to keep things going: in one episode, silent film comedian Buster Keaton plays a janitor in the 1890s who happens upon a time machine and gets transported to the "modern" world of 1960. There he befriends a guy who thinks he can make some money out of the deal. The actor playing the shady con man later appeared in memorable episodes of both "Lost in Space" and "Star Trek". Can you name him, or describe his roles on those series?
LeeHarper 7 days ago
You got 10 out of 10
Hey, not too shabby!
frenchman71 7 days ago
Aced it. I had to. TZ is one of my three all-time favorite shows. I have a dispute on ques. #4. "Mr Dingle, the Strong" is played by Burgess Meredith, not Don Rickles. Rickles plays the bully who slugs Meredith.
Yes, Rickles is in the episode "Mr Dingle, the Strong," whereas the other options were not.
andrewandrewandrew 7 days ago
10-10. Tired of paying for cable. I have seen every TZ, Aldred Hitchcock, Mannix, Andy Griffith etc.
FLETCH 8 days ago
6 out of 10 🤦‍♂️

I like The Twilight Zone but you couldn't tell by my score 😮
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