Welcome back to all of you fans of fiendish film and TV! Those howls you hear from the creatures of the night need be no cause for alarm, you are safe down here with us in the Retroist vault! Us? Yeah, that’s the one and only Doug McCoy behind the concession stand and you can see the esteemed Daniel XIII manning the projector. We also have good friends to the Retroist site Claymation Werewolf as head usher and Phishbo3s in the ticket booth!
Submitted for your approval this evening is a tale of three criminals, not three of the brightest of the criminal fraternity, who luck out when they get their greedy mitts on a camera that would seem to predict the future when a picture is snapped. This episode is a prime example of how the original Twilight Zone could take a humorous episode and still give it just a touch of menace to it and pull it off.
A Most Unusual Camera originally aired on the CBS Network back on December 16, 1960 and features the comedic performances of Fred Clark (Sunset Blvd., A Place in the Sun), Jean Carson (I Married a Monster from Outer Space), Adam Williams (North By Northwest), and Marcel Hillaire (Get Smart).
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