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The Twilight Zone: Eye of the Beholder/ Living Doll

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Classics, Horror, and Science Fiction & Fantasy TV show

Living Doll, one ofThe Twilight Zone's scariest episodes, written by Charles Beaumont, stars Telly Savalas as a mean-spirited man who makes a pint-sized enemy in his stepdaughter's new and very protective doll, Talky Tina (June Foray, the venerable … see full wiki

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Pure fun and escapism

  • Sep 23, 2000
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I love THE TWILIGHT ZONE for a pure escapism quality and the trademark twist at the end, and these are two of my favourites.

'LIVING DOLL' sees the original Chuckie, Talky Tina (voiced by maestro June Foray),terrorizing a mean-spirited stepfather (Telly Savalas) into thinking he is going mad (more power to ya, Tina!).

'THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER' is writer Rod Serling's most offbeat episode, and most startling. It is almost a story that evokes haunting undercurrents of Nazi Germany and the plight to make people look a certain way. Donna Douglas (in a great and meaty role, a far cry from her then-current gig as Elly May in Paul Henning's THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES) as a woman being operated on by the State to make her look 'normal'.

Very thought-provoking indeed.

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Genre: Classics, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Studio: 20th Century Fox

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