Starring: Charles Aidman, Robin Ward
Genres: Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Sci-fi, Thriller
I of Newton - S1-E29
Visible crew/equipment: A boom mic dips into the scene during Sam and the demon's conversation in the classroom.
To See the Invisible Man - S1-E40
Visible crew/equipment: When the woman ignores Mitchell and rushes into her apartment building, the glass door she opens reflects the camera, crew and studio lights. (00:06:20)
The Little People of Killany Woods - S1-E34
Visible crew/equipment: When it's opened for Mulvaney, the hardware store's glass-paned door reflects several large, round studio lights. (00:06:05)
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When the pawnbroker closes his metal gate, he's facing the wire mesh. When the shot cuts, he's instantly facing away from it.
From the title (honoring writer Charles Beaumont) on, David Gerrold loaded this script with homages to sf writers and films. Every character and nearly every line makes such a reference, with people and things named after Ray Bradbury, Richard Matheson and characters from Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Them!, Forbidden Planet, This Island Earth and many others.