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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The show's creator was working on a screenplay adaptation for what?
(a) Twenty-eight Days in February.
(b) Seven Days in May.
(c) Six Days in April.
(d) Five Days in September.
2. The first episode of the third season was titled what?
3. At the end of the fourth season, what did CBS decide to do, regarding "Twilight Zone?"
(a) Renew it for two more years.
(b) Renew it for five more years.
(c) Renew it for one more year.
(d) Cancel it.
4. How did Houghton find the answer to number 122 to be?
(a) Very comedic.
(b) Hardly interested in his art.
(c) Hardly serious about his art.
(d) Very serious about his art.
5. The story was written by Montgomery Pittman, who had previously directed what?
(a) WIll the Real Martian Please Come See Me?
(b) Will the Real Martian Please Sit Down?
(c) Will the Real Slim Shady Please Stand Up?
(d) Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?
6. By the end of the third season, "The Twilight Zone" had become what?
(a) Almost obselete.
(b) Ingrained in the American culture.
(c) Criticized by the public.
(d) A waste in CBS's prime time slot.
7. The story was made even more interesting by the fact that the two actors were cast __________________ what would be expected.
(a) Very close to.
(d) Similar to.
8. At the beginning of 1962, "The Twilight Zone" had been unable to find what?
(a) A good time slot for the fourth season.
(b) New actors for the fourth season.
(c) A sponsor for the fourth season until the last minute.
(d) New writers for the fourth season.
9. "Miniature" is considered to be what?
(a) A very strange and violent story.
(b) A beautiful love story.
(c) A peculiar and touching love story.
(d) A depressing story.
10. What was sad about "Miniature?"
(a) It was only put into syndication once.
(b) Much of the story had to be removed to fit into the time slot.
(c) It was never put into syndication.
(d) It was only seen as reruns.
11. Who was the new producer brought on board?
(a) Harry Houdini.
(b) Hank Himmler.
(c) Herbert Hirschman.
(d) Herbert Hoover.
12. As the second season debuted, many actors offered to appear on the show for how much?
(a) One fourth the price.
(b) Half the price.
(c) One third the price.
(d) The usual price.
13. Who has decided to give Mr. Dingle the strength of 300 men?
(b) His mother.
(c) The Devil.
(d) A two-headed Martian.
14. The fourth season of "The Twilight Zone" brought what?
(a) Some changes.
(b) Very few changes.
(c) Noticeable changes.
(d) Subtle changes.
15. Was "Miniature" much like "The Thirteenth Mannequin?"
(a) Yes, quite a bit.
(b) Yes, very much so.
(d) Yes, most likely.
Short Answer Questions
1. What lands Charley in an asylum?
2. For what are the two Venusians looking?
3. Is the story of the bomber based on true fact?
4. Suddenly, Serling was faced with what?
5. Serling noted that one begins to borrow from whom?
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