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Time and Teresa Golowitz/Voices in the Earth 

Time and Teresa Golowitz: Offered any wish by the Devil at his death, a musician travels back in time to make love to a girl as he regretted not doing before, but then learns one of the ... See full summary »

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Rod Serling (created by), Alan Brennert (teleplay by) | 2 more credits »
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Gene Barry ... Prince of Darkness (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")
Grant Heslov ... Binky Blaustein (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")
Kristi Lynes Kristi Lynes ... Teresa Golowitz (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")
Paul Sand ... Bluestone (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")
Gina Gershon ... Laura / Prince of Darkness (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")
Beau Dremann ... Bob (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")
Heather Haase Heather Haase ... Mary Ellen Cosgrove (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")
Wallace Langham ... Nelson Baxley (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz") (as Wally Ward)
J.D. Roth ... Boy at Party (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")
Laurel Green ... Girl at Party (segment "Time and Teresa Golowitz")
Martin Balsam ... Prof. Donald Knowles (segment "Voices in the Earth")
Jenny Agutter ... Jacinda Carlyle (segment "Voices in the Earth")
Wortham Krimmer Wortham Krimmer ... Leader (segment "Voices in the Earth")
Tim Russ ... Archer (segment "Voices in the Earth")
Dennis Haskins ... Bledsoe (segment "Voices in the Earth")
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Time and Teresa Golowitz: Offered any wish by the Devil at his death, a musician travels back in time to make love to a girl as he regretted not doing before, but then learns one of the guests committed suicide that night. Voices in the Earth: Professor Donald Knowles travels back to Earth with other members of an expedition, and is deeply affected by the Earthlings of centuries earlier. Written by Anonymous

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English

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10 July 1987 (UK) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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One of the few times where none of the segments have a narration at either the beginning or the end - atypical for any "Twilight Zone" show. See more »

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Devils and Ghosts
1 July 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

A couple OK episodes. In one, Paul Sand (who seemed to play people from the music world) plays a successful songwriter/pianist who has died. His non corporeal self talks to Gene Barry, one of Satan's minions, who strikes a deal with him to perform in Hell from time to time in order to get a few perks and maybe end up on the upper side. He is given a chance to do something he never did and chooses to make love to a pretty girl he knew as a teenager. Well, in the process, things go differently. It's a gentle offering and not as harsh as eternal damnation. "Voices in the Earth" concerns a post apocalyptic Earth, visited by the descendants of those who escaped before the end came. It's a little too supernatural for my taste. I guess ghosts are ghosts. Martin Balsam, one of my favorite actors, meets up with figures on what should be a totally dead planet. He risks his reputation to try to talk his fellow travelers into leaving Earth to a new future. It's interesting but left me somewhat less than impressed.


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