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1999-04-04 00:00:00 - OUTER LIMITS EPISODE - (JUNE LEWIS <JUNE@penlope.freeserve.co.uk>)


MAYBE AN EPISODE FROM OUTER LIMITS SERIES THE STORY IS ABOUT:- B25 BOMBER CRASH IN THE DESERT,THE CREW SEEM TO BE ALIVE,BUT SLOWLY REALIZE THAT THEY ARE IN FACT ACTUALLY DEAD AND ARE GHOSTS. ANY INFORMATION E.G. TITLE AND IF AVAILABLE E-MAIL JUNE@PENELOPE.FREESERVE.CO.UK MANY THANKS JUNE

1999-04-04 00:00:00 - Re: OUTER LIMITS EPISODE - (stoodin101@aol.com)


>B25 BOMBER CRASH IN THE DESERT,THE CREW SEEM TO BE ALIVE,BUT SLOWLY REALIZE >THAT THEY ARE IN FACT ACTUALLY DEAD AND ARE GHOSTS. It's from the original TWILIGHT ZONE. I can't remember the title, something like "The last flight of (insert plane serial number here". "You see? Everything changes. How then can we know something about anything? " --- Iannis Xenakis

1999-04-04 00:00:00 - Re: OUTER LIMITS EPISODE - ("Gerald D. Wright" <gdwright@a.crl.com>)


The episode June might be remembering is from the original Twilight Zone, and the title is "King Nine Will Not Return" broadcast Sept. 30, 1960, during the second season; story by Rod Serling. Cast: Bob Cummings as Capt. James Embry; Paul Lambert as Doctor; Gene Lyons as Psychiatrist; Jenna McMahon as Nurse; Seymour Green as British officer; and Richard Lupino as British Man. "This is Africa, 1943. War spits out its violence overhead and the sandy graveyard swallows it up. Her name is King Nine, B-25, medium bomber, Twelfth Air Force. On a hot, still morning she took off from Tunisia to bomb the southern tip of Italy. An errant piece of flak tore a hole in a wing tank and, like a wounded bird, this is where she landed, not to return this day, or any other day." The episode titled "The Last Flight" was written by Richard Matheson; broadcast Feb. 5, 1960 and was the first non-Serling script to go into production. "Witness Flight Lieutenant William Terrance Decker, Royal Flying Corps, returning from a patrol somewhere over France. The year is 1917. The problem is that the Lieutenant is hopelessly lost. Lieutenant Decker will soon discover that a man can be lost not only in terms of maps and miles, but also in time--and time in this case can be measured in eternities." Source: The Twilight Zone Companion by Marc Scott Zicree Gerry Wright ZoneZebra Productions San Francisco StoOdin101 wrote: > >B25 BOMBER CRASH IN THE DESERT,THE CREW SEEM TO BE ALIVE,BUT SLOWLY REALIZE > >THAT THEY ARE IN FACT ACTUALLY DEAD AND ARE GHOSTS. > > It's from the original TWILIGHT ZONE. I can't remember the title, something > like "The last flight of (insert plane serial number here". > > "You see? Everything changes. How then can we know something about anything? " > --- Iannis Xenakis

1999-04-05 00:00:00 - Re: OUTER LIMITS EPISODE - (Labrys <crow@bite-me.edu>)


> >B25 BOMBER CRASH IN THE DESERT,THE CREW SEEM TO BE ALIVE,BUT SLOWLY > >REALIZE THAT THEY ARE IN FACT ACTUALLY DEAD AND ARE GHOSTS. > > It's from the original TWILIGHT ZONE. I can't remember the title, > something like "The last flight of (insert plane serial number here". > wasn't that also made into a movie called "soul survivor"? w/Richard Basehart -- Teresa E. Tutt email: tuttt@psfc.mit.edu Graduate Student, (G2) Phone: 617-253-9853 Alcator C-MOD Group, Office: NW17-281 Current project: Zeeman Polarimetry Spectrometer