60 Rare Historical Photos That You Probably Haven't Seen Before

Uncategorized | January 16, 2019

Rod Serling narrating "The Twilight Zone" in 1964.

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There's nothing like that classic theme music to the iconic TV show, The Twilight Zone. It's something to start humming whenever things go weird. And Rod Serling was the mastermind behind the show. On October 2, 1959, Serlings classic Twilight Zone series premiered on CBS. The Twilight Zone aired for five seasons and won numerous awards. Throughout the run Serling fought for complete creative control of the series - and it paid off. Also, hats off to Sterling for penning the original script to the first Planet of the Apes movie. If it wasn't for Serling, the movie wouldn't have had that twist ending with the Statue of Liberty submerged in sand. (Spoiler Alert.)

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Harmon Leon is an award-winning journalist, filmmaker, comedian and the author of the book Meet the Deplorables... - and you can find his other work in Vice, The Observer, The Nation, Esquire and Wired.