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  • As it turns out, the song is really telling the story of the singer's life, and it doesn't have a happy ending

    • by Orrymain

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      The Twilight Zone: Come Wander with Me feels like it’s this science fiction series answer to the folk singing of Peter, Paul, and Mary. It guest stars Gary Crosby as a folk singer who ends up in an obscure place in the backwoods. He hears the hum of an alluring song and can’t forget it. The more he goes after

      it, the more he is under its spell.

      I’m amazed at how much song is part of this half hour. The tune and its lyrics are featured all the way through and add an eerie feel to the show. As it turns out, the song is really telling the story of the singer’s life, and it doesn’t have a happy ending.

      Crosby plays ...

      • Floyd Burney, and he does okay in the part. Though he’s done some singing, the show features this one song by a female vocalist. In the episode, a character named Mary Rachel is doing the singing. She’s played by Bonnie Beecher, but I don’t know if she’s really doing the singing.

        I really understand why this fifth season isn’t shown as much

        as the first three. The stories are nowhere near as strong as the early ones. In the case of The Twilight Zone: Come Wander with Me, I don’t see the point. It’s just a tale, but it’s a rather dull tale at that. It left me going ho-hum and feeling a little uncertain about why I’d just spent time watching it.

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