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Episode 01: In Praise of PipEpisode 02: SteelEpisode 03: Nightmare at 20,000 FeetEpisode 04: A Kind of a StopwatchEpisode 05: The Last Night of a JockeyEpisode 06: Living DollEpisode 07: The Old Man in the CaveEpisode 08: Uncle SimonEpisode 09: Probe 7 - Over and OutEpisode 10: The 7th is Made Up of PhantomsEpisode 11: A Short Drink from a Certain FountainEpisode 12: Ninety Years Without SlumberingEpisode 13: Ring-A-Ding GirlEpisode 14: You DriveEpisode 15: The Long MorrowEpisode 16: The Self-Improvement of Salvadore RossEpisode 17: Number Twelve Looks Just Like YouEpisode 18: Black Leather JacketsEpisode 19: Night CallEpisode 20: From Agnes - With LoveEpisode 21: Spur of the MomentEpisode 22: An Occurrence at Owl Creek BridgeEpisode 23: Queen of the NileEpisode 24: What's in the BoxEpisode 25: The MasksEpisode 26: I Am the Night - Color Me BlackEpisode 27: Sounds and SilencesEpisode 28: Caesar and MeEpisode 29: The Jeopardy RoomEpisode 30: Stopover in a Quiet TownEpisode 31: The EncounterEpisode 32: Mr. Garrity and the GravesEpisode 33: The Brain Center at Whipple'sEpisode 34: Come Wander with MeEpisode 35: The FearEpisode 36: The Bewitchin' Pool
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The Twilight Zone - Season 5, Episode 17: Number Twelve Looks Just Like YouThis Twilight Zone episode was purportedly adapted by Charles Beaumont from his own short story 'The Beautiful People,' though it was actually scripted by an uncredited John Tomerlin. The story takes place in a futuristic society where conformity is not only encouraged, it is enforced. Plain-looking but fiercely individualistic Marilyn Cuberle (Collin Wilcox) balks at living in a world where everyone looks and thinks alike, but she may not have any choice in the matter. The episode's principal attraction rests in the multiple characterizations essayed by Suzy Parker, Richard Long, and Pam Austin. 'Number 12 Looks Just Like You' first aired January 24, 1964.Keywords:
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Creators of "The Twilight Zone - Season 5"Rod SerlingBirthdate: 25 December 1924, Syracuse, New York, USA
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