Includes three episodes of the mid-sixties' most popular science fiction and fantasy television program. "Hocus-Pocus and Frisby" (Episode 95, 1962): When a man can't keep his mouth shut about anything, a couple of aliens stop by to give him something to shout about. "Of Late I Think of Cliffordville" (Episode 116, 1961): A businessman has made enough money that he's gotten bored with it, and wishes to go back in time to try it again. "Mr. Garrity and the Graves" (Episode 152, 1964): A man with the strange power to resurrect the dead makes his money in the Old West from townspeople who want their dead to remain so.
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Episodes: "Hocus-Pocus and Frisby" (Ep. 95, April 13, 1962) - Andy Devine is Frisby, a loud-mouthed braggart whose boasts attract the attention of aliens. Perhaps he should have read the story about the boy who cried wolf before embarking on his greatest adventure. "Of Late I Think of Cliffordville" (Ep. 116, April 11, 1963, 50 min.) - William Feathersmith (Albert Salmi), a bored, wealthy businessman, gets a chance to go back in time and start over, armed with all the knowledge he's acquired--an arsenal that's not as powerful as he thinks. "Mr. Garrity and the Graves" (Ep. 152, May 8, 1964) - Jared Garrity (John Dehner) makes a living as a resurrecter of the dead in the Old West. He doesn't make money from people who want to see their loved ones again, but from the many townsfolk who will pay to keep the dead buried.
Classic Television |
Old West |
Time Travel |