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cover: Outer Limits (Original Series): 1st Season - d4/4

Outer Limits (Original Series): 1st Season - d4/4

Director(s): various

Theatrical Release: 1964

Cast: Warren Oates, Larry Pennell, Marion Ross, Walter Burke, Betsy Jones-Moreland, MacDonald Carey

Genre(s): TV, Sci-Fi, psychological, supernatural, mystery

Countries: USA


Location in store: Website Terminal > Television Binder

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SEASON ONE, DISC FOUR EPISODES:

025 THE MUTANT (1964; D: Alan Crosland, Jr.; 52m) - In Volume 25 of a collection culled from the 1963-1965 science fiction anthology television series, a scientist on a remote world mutates into a vicious killer following a strange rainstorm. (allmovie.com)

026 THE GUESTS (1964; D: Leslie Stevens, Paul Stanley; 52m) - In Volume 26 of a collection culled from the 1963-1965 science fiction anthology television series, a drifter stumbles across a mansion controlled by aliens. (allmovie.com)

027 FUN AND GAMES (1964; D: Gerd Oswald; 52m) - In Volume 27 of a collection culled from the 1963-1965 science fiction anthology television series, two Earthlings square off against a pair of aliens, with the continued survival of their individual planets promised to the winner. (allmovie.com)

028 THE SPECIAL ONE (1964; D: Gerd Oswald, Leslie Stevens; 52m) - In Volume 28 of a collection culled from the 1963-1965 science fiction anthology television series, the tutor of a group of gifted children is revealed to be an alien spy. (allmovie.com)

029 A FEASIBILITY STUDY (1964; D: Byron Haskin; 52m) - In Volume 29 of a collection culled from the 1963-1965 science fiction anthology television series, a neighborhood is transported from Earth to an alien world that plans to use humankind as its slaves. (allmovie.com)

030 PRODUCTION AND DECAY OF STRANGE PARTICLES (1964; D: Leslie Stevens; 52m) - The reactor at the Broadridge experimental nuclear station runs out of control when two unstable elements accidentally come into contact. As Dr. Marshall (George Macready), the station director, struggles to understand what is happening, deadly radiation pours out of the reactor furnace, killing the men trying to control it and replacing them inside their anti-radiation suits with creatures made of pure electromagnetic energy. Marshall is the sole survivor among the scientists and seems incapable of coping with the danger, overwhelmed by his fear of radiation and the seemingly inevitable chain reaction boiling up in the furnace. With help from his wife, Laurel (Signe Hasso), he finds the courage that he needs and deduces what is happening -- the combination of heavy elements bombarded with cosmic radiation has ripped open an inter-dimensional hole, through which these "particle creatures" are entering, and they are trying to widen the opening. The only chance to stop them is to initiate a fusion reaction that could seal the inter-dimensional hole and cut the creatures off from their energy source, destroying them. But does Marshall have the time or strength, in the minutes left to them, to prepare a jury-rigged hydrogen bomb? (allmovie.com)

031 THE CHAMELEON (1964; D: Gerd Oswald; 52m) - In Volume 31 of a collection culled from the 1963-1965 science fiction anthology television series, a human disguises himself as an evil alien to gather intelligence data. (allmovie.com)

032 THE FORMS OF THINGS UNKNOWN (1964; D: Gerd Oswald; 52m) - In Volume 32 of a collection culled from the 1963-1965 science fiction anthology television series, a pair of murderous women enlist the aid of a blind man and his eccentric young charge to help them manipulate the space-time continuum in order to raise the dead. (allmovie.com)
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