The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia by Steven Jay RubinThe Twilight Zone Encyclopedia by Steven Jay Rubin

The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia

bySteven Jay Rubin

Paperback | November 1, 2017

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A rich, fact-filled collectible, packed with vibrant history, amazing trivia, and rare photographs, The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia, assembled with the full cooperation of the Rod Serling estate, includes biographies of every principal actor involved in the series and hundreds who toiled behind the scenes—producers, writers, and directors. It is an exhaustive and engrossing guide, a compendium of credits, plot synopses, anecdotes, production details, never-before-seen images, and interviews with nearly everyone still alive who was associated with the show.
Steven Jay Rubin is a noted film historian, motion picture producer, and documentarian. The author of The Complete James Bond Movie Encyclopedia, a former staff writer for Cinefantastique, and a 25-year motion picture public relations veteran, he has made frequent appearances at sci-fi, fantasy, and comics conventions. He lives in Los ...
Title:The Twilight Zone EncyclopediaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:448 pages, 9.25 × 7.5 × 1.1 inPublished:November 1, 2017Publisher:Chicago Review PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1613738889

ISBN - 13:9781613738887

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Editorial Reviews

“The most fun to be had with The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia, aside from the archival joys of reading Rubin’s detailed biographies of cast members… is found in the entries for broadly generic themes like “Children,” “Aliens,” “Nostalgia,” “Eccentrics,” and “Monsters.” Each of these meditates on a given subject’s representation in the show, imparting a nutshell census of about a page and a half that both speaks to the varied depiction of, say, “Obsession” or “Disappearances,” and makes for perfect marathon binging-by-topic.”—NYR Daily