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But do you feel insane?
Insane is as Insane does...
Back in the day when Scotch Tape just wouldn't get the job done and Duct Tape hadn't been invented yet.
Insanity is just a state of mind.
The scene at the end, where they're haulin shatners ass off in the guerney, the camera recedes up and back and the viewer sees the cowling on the engine peeled back. He was right all along and everybody else will find out in short order.
I watched it in 1963 on our old black and white. It was scary stuff, when the gremlin looked in the cabin window.
I've just found out that the creature was played by an uncredited Nick Cravat. He has a special place with me because he costarred with Burt Lancaster in "The Crimson Pirate" the first film I was taken to see - in about 1955 - when I was seven!
We geezers always remember our first film at the movies in the '50s. Mine was Disney's 20,000 Leagues under the Sea and in color!!!
Shatner starred in another episode. He and his fiance' took a booth in a restaurant.
That is about the only episode which has stayed with me all those years.
That episode has also stayed with me. Rod Serling summed it up well:Rod Serling: The flight of Mr. Robert Wilson has ended now, a flight not only from point A to point B, but also from the fear of recurring mental breakdown. Mr. Wilson has that fear no longer... though, for the moment, he is, as he has said, alone in this assurance. Happily, his conviction will not remain isolated too much longer — for happily, tangible manifestation is very often left as evidence of trespass, even from so intangible a quarter as the Twilight Zone."Always loved that ending
One of the greatest episodes