Starring: Rod Serling
Genres: Crime, Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Sci-fi, Thriller
The Last Flight - S1-E18
Audio problem: When Maj. Wilson tells Lt. Decker that the year is 1959 instead of 1917, Decker mouths the words "fifty nine." However, no sound is heard.
Suggested correction: It's stretching to call this an error - people often mouth words to themselves without vocalizing. The fact that this reviewer can tell what Decker is saying, simply by reading his lips, attests to the fact that the silence was intentional.
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When camera pans to Rod Serling for his opening narration, you can very briefly see several crewmembers and some backstage equipment.
Producer William Froug rejected an extremely nervous young singer/actress auditioning for the part of Mary Rachel, and recalls thinking that "I'll probably kick myself. She'll probably be a big star." He turned out to be right on both counts. The aspiring young singer's name was Liza Minnelli.