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Episode 01: TwoEpisode 02: The ArrivalEpisode 03: The ShelterEpisode 04: The PassersbyEpisode 05: A Game of PoolEpisode 06: The MirrorEpisode 07: The GraveEpisode 08: It's a Good LifeEpisode 09: Deaths-Head RevisitedEpisode 10: The Midnight SunEpisode 11: Still ValleyEpisode 12: The JungleEpisode 13: Once Upon a TimeEpisode 14: Five Characters in Search of an ExitEpisode 15: A Quality of MercyEpisode 16: Nothing in the DarkEpisode 17: One More PallbearerEpisode 18: Dead Man's ShoesEpisode 19: The HuntEpisode 20: Showdown with Rance McGrewEpisode 21: Kick the CanEpisode 22: A Piano in the HouseEpisode 23: The Last Rites of Jeff MyrtlebankEpisode 24: To Serve ManEpisode 25: The FugitiveEpisode 26: Little Girl LostEpisode 27: Person or Persons UnknownEpisode 28: The Little PeopleEpisode 29: Four O'ClockEpisode 30: Hocus-Pocus and FrisbyEpisode 31: The Trade-InsEpisode 32: The GiftEpisode 33: The DummyEpisode 34: Young Man's FancyEpisode 35: I Sing the Body ElectricEpisode 36: Cavender is ComingEpisode 37: The Changing of the Guard
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The Twilight Zone - Season 3, Episode 23: The Last Rites of Jeff MyrtlebankWriter-director Montgomery Pittman's final Twilight Zone offering was the bucolic comedy 'The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank.' As the youthful title character (James Best) lies in his coffin during his funeral, the assembled mourners listen to the droning words of the local pastor (William Fawcett) -- whereupon Jeff sits bolt upright, very much alive! Doc Bolton (Edgar Buchanan) assumes that he made a misdiagnosis when he declared Jeff dead, but the townsfolk are convinced that the boy has been possessed by the devil, especially after Jeff handily beats up his longtime antagonist Orgram Gatewood (Lance Fuller), something he has never been able to do before. Only Orgram's cousin Comfort (played by director Pittman's daughter-in-law Sherry Jackson) remains unafraid of Jeff, but even she begins to have her doubts during the diabolically amusing final scenes. Blessed with a semi-satirical harmonica score by Tommy Morgan, 'The Last Rites of Jeff Myrtlebank' made its first TV appearance on February 23, 1962.Keywords:
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Creators of "The Twilight Zone - Season 3"Rod SerlingBirthdate: 25 December 1924, Syracuse, New York, USA
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