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    The Twilight Zone - Season 3, Episode 15: A Quality of Mercy

    In the last days of WWII, '90-day wonder' Lieutenant Katell (Dean Stockwell) takes charge of a battle-weary American squadron somewhere in the Pacific Theater. With the arrogance of inexperience, Katell demands that Sgt. Causarano (Albert Salmi) lead an attack against a group of wounded and dispirited Japanese soldiers -- 'They are the enemy! First day of the war or the last day of the war!' But a sudden wrinkle in time causes Lt. Katell -- or should we say 'Lt. Yamuri' -- to experience an epiphany. Future Star Trek stalwart Leonard Nimoy plays a small role as a radio operator. Scripted by Rod Serling from an idea by Sam Rolfe (Have Gun, Will Travel, Man from U.N.C.L.E. et al.), 'A Quality of Mercy' was Twilight Zone's Yuletide offering for the 1961-62 season, making its first appearance on December 29, 1961.
    Duration: 51 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1961
    IMDb: 9
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  • Creators of "The Twilight Zone - Season 3"

    Rod Serling. Director of The Twilight Zone - Season 3
    Rod Serling
    Birthdate: 25 December 1924, Syracuse, New York, USA
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