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    The Twilight Zone - Season 3, Episode 03: The Shelter

    One of the few Twilight Zone episodes with virtually no sci-fi/fantasy trappings whatsoever, this is nonetheless a disturbing and unsettling half hour. In the midst of a surprise birthday party, the revellers are shocked to hear a Civil Defense announcement on the radio, declaring that America is under attack from UFOs. Only Dr. Stockton (Larry Gates) has had the foresight to build a bomb shelter, and before long, he and his family are besieged by desperate neighbors, demanding to be allowed to take refuge in Stockton's cellar. As tensions reach a fever pitch, all of the suppressed hostilities and prejudices of the neighbors come rushing to the surface -- a dangerous situation reminiscent of the finale of the first-season episode 'The Monsters are Due on Maple Street,' minus the extraterrestrial punchline. Written by Rod Serling, 'The Shelter' first aired on September 29, 1961.
    Duration: 51 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1961
    IMDb: 9
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    Rod Serling. Director of The Twilight Zone - Season 3
    Rod Serling
    Birthdate: 25 December 1924, Syracuse, New York, USA
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