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Nightmare at 20,000 Feet

The Twilight Zone Radio Dramas
Narrated by: Stacy Keach, John Schneider
Length: 38 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (45 ratings)

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Experience one of television's greatest science-fiction series: The Twilight Zone - fully dramatized for audio! Featuring a full cast, music and sound effects, and today's biggest celebrities in modern radio dramatizations.

A newly released mental patient is the only one able to see a gremlin ripping up the wing of his airliner.

A dimension of sound, a dimension of mind: listen to more Twilight Zone dramas.
©2002 CBS and Falcon Picture Group (P)2002 CBS and Falcon Picture Group

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Agree with Duck, with Exception

It is not like this is expensive. I agree that this does not work as well on radio and certainly can not compete with William Shatner or John Lithgow, but it is not a waste of money. It was entertaining and just hearing Stacy Keach is worth a dollar.

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Great story. Does not work well as a radio drama.

A very visual story. Sadly as such it doesn't transfer well at all to the radio/audio format. Too bad, since this really is a great story filled with that spooky T Z feeling.

If you've seen the original episode with William Shatner, or even the Twilight Zone Movie segment with John Lithgow, do yourself a favor and skip this one.

John Schneider does what he can, but comes nowhere near Shatner's or Lithgow's performances. Actually he sounds more nervous than a man in terror stricken panic.