The Twilight Zone Companion - Part Six: The Fourth Season 1963 Summary & Analysis

Marc Scott Zicree
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Part Six: The Fourth Season 1963 Summary and Analysis

The fourth season of "The Twilight Zone" brought noticeable changes. First of all, CBS had inadvertently changed the title by removing "The," dubbing the new season as "Twilight Zone." The format was expanded from the original half hour length to a full hour, a move that caused serious concerns for Buck Houghton, as well as the writers. Houghton was concerned that an hour-long show would lose the attention of the audience. A new producer was brought on board. Like Houghton, Herbert Hirschman had served in every aspect of the business from the theater to television. Although there were many changes in the cast and crew, the director of photography, George T. Clemens and production manager Ralph W. Nelson stayed on with Hirschman offering a sense of continuity to the show. The show's extended...

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