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Eye of the Beholder: The Twilight Zone Radio Dramas

Narrated by: Virgina Williams
Length: 47 mins
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A young woman with horrific facial disfigurements has undergone several surgeries in the hopes of looking like everyone else. If her latest procedure is not successful "The State" will banish her to a place where others with her same condition live.

©1961 Rod Serling (P)2013 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Xenophobes every one, some Noble, some not.

stop listen, and learn.
will a fantasy culture and beings, we see ourselves in metaphor, listen and learn.
This story reveals deep and ancient reflexes from our Primal self, the Beast. Evolution, a process for outgrowing the animal self.
Twilight Zone was and is a tool for outgrowing our base reflexes, a mirror to see ourselves, that we may grow wiser with time; tolerant, more noble.
Thank you Rod Serling.!

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Doesn't really work without visuals.

Good story that probably was very effective as a TV episode. Sadly as a radio drama, with no visuals it loses almost all of the impact. Too bad, since the core story and the acting is excellent.

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Classic

Watched the Episode when I was was young, revisiting it in radio drama form was as good as I remember it