Mark Quigley

John H. Mitchell Television Archivist from the UCLA Film & Television Archive

John H. Mitchell Television Archivist from the UCLA Film & Television Archive

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In October 1959, Rod Serling launched a new TV experience called “The Twilight Zone.” It was black and white, shot on the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio lot, and ran for five seasons.

The 60-year legacy of The Twilight Zone

In October 1959, Rod Serling launched a new TV experience called “The Twilight Zone.” It was black and white, shot on the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio lot, and ran for five seasons.

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