The Twilight Zone

The Twilight Zone (1959)

6 mistakes in Of Late I Think of Cliffordville

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Of Late I Think of Cliffordville - S4-E14

Other mistake: Miss Devlin tells Feathersmith the cost of his trip, including the historically accurate maintenance of the town Cliffordville and its citizens, but line doesn't make any sense, the town is not a recreation since Feathersmith is being literally sent back in to time, the town can't be anything other than accurate.


Of Late I Think of Cliffordville - S4-E14

Other mistake: Mr. Feathersmith sells the 1403 acres to Mr. Hecate for $40, so he can pay Devlin to send him back to his own time. $40 in 1910 would be about $1,127 today and it's extremely unlikely that anyone, especially a man like Hecate, would have that much money on them. (00:47:45)

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A Game of Pool - S3-E5

Trivia: Johnson's script originally featured an ending in which Jesse loses the game and yet finds himself still alive. Seeing this, Fats explains that he will die "as all second raters die: you'll be buried and forgotten without me touching you. If you'd beaten me, you'd have lived forever." This ending was eventually filmed when this episode was remade in 1989, during the first revival of The Twilight Zone.

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The Trade-Ins - S3-E31

Question: Who portrayed the female 'new model' alongside the male 'new model' (Edson Stroll)? She did not have a speaking part.

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