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Rod Serling Memorial Foundation
Binghamton, New York, U.S.A.
  "No one could know Serling, or view or read his work, without recognizing his deep affection for humanity ... and his
determination to enlarge our horizons by giving us a better understanding of ourselves."  
Gene Roddenberry
 

Rod introduces "Mr. Dingle, the Strong"
Rod Introduces "Mr. Dingle, the Strong"


Speak Your Mind [ ]

  "Everybody has to have a hometown, Binghamton's mine. When I dig back through memory... I get one particularly distinctive feeling ...of warmth, comfort and well-being."


Mad Men homage to The Twilight Zone



Jack Klugman, 1922—2012
NY Times:
   
Tony Albarella:

Jack Klugman homors Rod Serling in 1988

Klugman helps dedicate
Rod's Hollywood star, 1988

Richard Matheson, 1926—2013

Richard Matheson and son
Southern California Sorcerers pillar
NPR obit includes videos of movies and "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"
Matheson discusses his Twilight Zone scripts on YouTube
 Author and son share a
1980s magazine cover

Podcasts, news and more at Twilight Zone Network

Visit the Twilight Zone Cafe message board

20 Things You Didn't Know About Twilight Zone
OK, you do know most of them...
...and some aren't even true!


Channel Rod Serling on Twitter!
just read, or tweet your own episode pitch...




RSMF board member and editor Tony Albarella calls it his "nightcap to the As Timeless as Infinity series" — we call The Best of Rod Serling's Twilight Zone Scripts ten masterworks!


Requiem for Rod Serling:
Nice article about the recurring and intertwining
Twilight Zone themes of boxing, men, robots.


Jon Stewart does 40 funny seconds of Rod Serling,
ending an 8+ minute feature mocking New York's panicky reaction to Ebola. Starts at 7:45 in the playback.


A Halloween treat! Tour Binghamton's haunts, enjoy its magnificent 19th Century architecture, and hear how Rod's ghost may frequent his beloved Recreation Park.


Don Keefer, memorable in "It's a Good Life," dies at 98.


Now this is ART! Ed Montalvo burns TZ scenes into
found wood
. View the art, and artist commentary.


Washington State ecology project promotes
the interest that it shares with Rod Serling.




Binghamton Walk of Fame to move to Forum Theater

Breakthroughradio.com's article on
Binghamton homages to Rod Serling

FOUND! 1957 audio recording of Sean Connery as Mountain McClintock in Requiem for a Heavyweight stage play

University of Cincinnati Professor shows historic trove of scripts from Rod's early Fifties career at WKRC-TV

You helped Kickstart a documentary
on the Homewood (Binghamton) Carousel!


RodSerlingBooks.com aims to republish out-of-print works, and new work in the genre and spirit of Rod's work.


J.J. Abrams will produce a miniseries based on
Rod's never-filmed script Stops Along the Way


Anne Serling's book

Anne Serling's excellent
book is out!

As I Knew Him:
My Dad, Rod Serling

Read an Excerpt



Rod Serling and the Conscience of a Generation
by Marek Breiger in Jewish Currents

Ralph Dumain of the Autodidact Project located articles about Rod Serling's speech in Buffalo, NY, on October 18, 1972: “The Twentieth Century and Other Absurdities” — in the Buffalo State College Archives.


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