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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 35: I Sing the Body ElectricThough he'd originally intended to write several scripts for the original Twilight Zone, Ray Bradbury's sole contribution to the series was this sensitive adaptation of his own short story 'I Sing the Body Electric!' Hoping to fill the void left by the death of his wife, a widower (David White) takes his children to Robots Unlimited to purchase an 'electric grandmother' for the kids. The younger children (Charles Herbert) and Dana Dillaway) are delighted with their robot granny (Josephine Hutchinson), but older daughter Anna (Veronica Cartwright) is sullen and resentful -- until 'Grandma' proves herself to be more human than most humans. Though the episode is generally successful, no one connected with it was satisfied, least of all director James Sheldon, who felt that star Josephine Hutchinson was not quite right in the leading role. In addition, an earlier scene with June Vincent as the kids' aunt Nedra didn't 'play' on film, necessitating an expensive reshoot, directed by William F. Claxton, with Doris Packer replacing Vincent. All in all, however, 'I Sing the Body Electric!' pleased the crowd when it first aired on May 18, 1962, though a much-later 60-minute TV version, 'The Electric Grandmother' (1980), was closer to the spirit of the Bradbury original.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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