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Sam Jaffee and Jack Albertson in "Sad and Lonely Sundays" on The Oath, 1976

Sam Jaffee and Jack Albertson appeared in "Sad and Lonely Sundays"
on The Oath, broadcast Saturday, August 26, 1976—just over a year
following his death in June 1975. This was the final broadcast of
a script that Rod himself completed and sold.
photo donated by George Ho

Rod, Ed Wynn and Murray Hamilton on the set of One for the Angels.
Photo credit: Serling-Misurell TV Pict. October 25, 1959
On the set of "One for the Angels," Rod Serling talks to Murray Hamilton and Ed Wynn, the stars of this particular show in The Twilight Zone anthology.

Emmy Award winners from the Golden Age of TV

Ed Begley and Richard Kiley
"Patterns" - Kraft Televison Theater, NBC, 1/12/55
EMMY winner for Rod Serling
Source: Binghamton's WSKG-TV (PBS)


Patterns

Ed Begley, Everett Sloane and Richard Kiley
"Patterns" - Kraft Television Theater, NBC, 1/12/55
EMMY winner for Rod Serling


Patterns

Richard Kiley, Everett Sloane and Ed Begley
"Patterns" - Kraft Television Theater, NBC, 1/12/55
EMMY winner for Rod Serling


Keenan Wynn, Jack Palance and Ed Wynn
"Requiem for a Heavyweight"  - Playhouse 90, CBS, 10/11/56
EMMY winner for Rod Serling


Keenan Wynn, Jack Palance and Ed Wynn
"Requiem for a Heavyweight"  - Playhouse 90, CBS, 10/11/56
EMMY winner for Rod Serling


Ed Wynn, Jack Palance and Keenan Wynn
"Requiem for a Heavyweight"  - Playhouse 90, CBS, 10/11/56
EMMY winner for Rod Serling


Mickey Rooney and others
"The Comedian" - Playhouse 90, CBS, 2/14/57
EMMY winner for Rod Serling


Edmond O'Brien, Kim Hunter, Mickey Rooney, Mel Torme, and
Constance Ford in "The Comedian" - Playhouse 90, CBS, 2/14/57
EMMY winner for Rod Serling


It's Mental Work

Lee J. Cobb, Gena Rowlands and Archie Moore
"It's Mental Work" - Bob Hope Presents Chrysler Theater
NBC, 12/20/63
EMMY Winner for Rod Serling


It's Mental Work

Lee J. Cobb (left) and Harry Guardino
"It's Mental Work" - Bob Hope Presents Chrysler Theater
NBC, 12/20/63
EMMY Winner for Rod Serling