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ONLINE SOURCES

 

There are many Rod Serling-related websites, most of which deal with The Twilight Zone or Night Gallery.  Included below is just a fraction of what's out there.


General Sites  |  Twilight Zone  |  Night Gallery  |  Miscellaneous


GENERAL SERLING SITES

  • Rod Serling Memorial Foundation -- The most comprehensive Serling site on the Net treats the writer's entire body of work, from the Golden Age of TV through his semi-retirement years as a teacher and lecturer.  Includes reviews of his work from many sources, rare photos, and curiosa.  A terrific site.


TWILIGHT ZONE SITES

  • The Fifth Dimension -- Hands down the best TZ site on the Net.  Hundreds of pages and sounds...thousands of pictures.  Extensive indices -- actor, director, writer; episode guide; history; scripts; fan board; TZ magazine index.  For Serling researchers, there's a section with brief bio, photos, and transcripts from Serling's important 1959 interview with Mike Wallace.  
  • Pete's Twilight Zone Site -- Not quite as comprehensive as The Fifth Dimension, but still very thorough and creatively designed.
  • The Twilight Zone Archive -- Extensive photos (many rare), autographs, even some non-TZ Serling correspondence.  The best place for graphics.
  • Twilight Zone Radio -- Radio dramas based on episodes, featuring music, sound effects, and full casts of  today's biggest celebrities.


NIGHT GALLERY SITES

  • Rod Serling's Night Gallery -- A comprehensive, attractive site featuring teleplays, history of the show, credits, intro paintings, more.  


MISCELLANEOUS SITES

  • Museum of Radio and Television -- History of television, personalities, exhibits.  Two sites, one in L.A. and one in New York, both sometimes difficult to navigate.


Last Update March 13, 2007

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