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episode #123 - Nightmare at 20,000 Feet

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episode #123 - Nightmare at 20,000 Feet

Air Date: 10/11/63  Arrow  written by Richard Matheson  Arrow   Directed by Richard Donner

One of the most famous TZ episodes, in which William Shatner plays a passenger aboard an airliner during a stormy night flight. He soon sees what he determines to be a gremlin on the airplane's wing, fiddling with one of the plate covers. Of course, only he sees the creature; everyone else, including his wife, thinks that he's indulging in some wild imagination.  It doesn't [......]
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