Gauntlet Press To Release: “The Best Of Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone Scripts”

In 1959, renowned writer Rod Serling embarked on an ambitious new television series, The Twilight Zone. This groundbreaking anthology wove morality tales – often with an allegorical bent and featuring twist endings to rival O. Henry – spanning the science fiction, fantasy, suspense, and horror genres. In addition to his producing and narrating chores, Serling himself wrote a remarkable 92 of the show’s 156 episodes. Running for five years, The Twilight Zone went on to become a cultural landmark, winning Serling Jacket.aspxtwo of his six Emmy Awards and securing a vaunted position as one of the greatest and most influential television shows of all time.

In 2004, publisher Gauntlet Press embarked on an ambitious new book series, AS TIMELESS AS INFINITY: THE COMPLETE TWILIGHT ZONE SCRIPTS OF ROD SERLING. This ten-volume, limited edition run of signed hardcovers collected all 92 of the Twilight Zone scripts written by Serling, reprinted from the writer’s personal copies. Running for a full decade, the series was edited by writer and Rod Serling Memorial Foundation board member Tony Albarella with direct input from Serling’s wife, Carol. Contributors included Serling’s family, friends, contemporaries who worked with the writer, and current talents who were inspired by him.

Now, Gauntlet Press makes THE BEST OF ROD SERLING’S TWILIGHT ZONE SCRIPTS available for the first time in paperback. By contract these will be the ONLY scripts from AS TIMELESS AS INFINITY to appear in paperback. They have been selected by Carol Serling and editor Tony Albarella. 

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This collection presents ten of Serling’s most iconic scripts, along with analysis commentaries, rare photos, and interviews with Twilight Zone actors, writers, producers, and directors. THE BEST OF ROD SERLING’S TWILIGHT ZONE SCRIPTS includes the following scripts:

o_serlin01“Walking Distance”

“Time Enough at Last”

“The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street”

“A Stop at Willoughby”

“A Passage for Trumpet”

“The Eye of the Beholder”

“The Obsolete Man”

“The Shelter”

“Death’s-Head Revisited”

“To Serve Man”

CLICK HERE to order your copy today.  Be sure to check out the official website for Gauntlet Press and sign up for their newsletter to get updates on new releases.  Don’t forget, if you are an UBER fan of the Twilight Zone, Dark Hall Mansion is doing an amazing, officially licensed series of prints by some of pop cultures biggest artists including Tom Whalen, The Poster Posse and Laurent Durieux.  Click HERE to find out more about THAT project or check out Dark Hall Mansion’s official website to sign up.  Here is a look at Tom Whalen’s incredible print for “Eye Of The Beholder.”

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