Rod Serling's Lost Classics

Rod Serling's Lost Classics

Rod Serling's Lost Classics

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Twilight Zone: Rod Serling's Lost Classics was a 1994 telefilm consisting of two Rod Serling stories. The film was co-produced by Serling's widow Carol Serling. Reportedly, she found the two pieces in a trunk in the family's garage.

The first and shorter segment, entitled The Theatre, was expanded and scripted by Richard Matheson from a Serling outline. It starred Gary Cole and Amy Irving.

The longer segment, Where The Dead Are, was a complete script Serling penned in 1968. Patrick Bergin and Jack Palance starred. (As it was written four years after the end of the original series, this was not originally a Twilight Zone story.)

James Earl Jones hosted and narrated the special. He previously worked with Serling on the 1972 film The Man.


The Theatre

Opening Narration


A young woman, Melissa Sanders (Amy Irving), goes to the theatre to see the classic film His Girl Friday. Suddenly, she begins to see scenes of her own life as they happened earlier involving her fiancé James (Gary Cole). No one else can see them except herself. At first Melissa thinks it's a practical joke plotted by James, but when she returns to the theatre, she sees scenes of her future, in which she dies getting run over by a bus on March 20. When she tells James about it, he assures her it will never happen. Unfortunately, it does happen, and afterwards, James begins to see his own life in the theatre just like his recently deceased fiancée.

Closing Narration

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