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Between Light and Shadow: A Twilight Zone Podcast

Craig Beam (My Life in the Shadow of The Twilight Zone) jumps into the Twilight Zone podcast fray with his own unique and sometimes confusing take on the show. There will be swears, and lots of 'ums' and 'uhs.'
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Mar 15, 2020

This week Craig drinks the alchemist’s longevity potion and spends an eternity analyzing the classic Twilight Zone episodes “Long Live Walter Jameson” and “Queen of the Nile.” It’s a heady blend of Ken Burns-esque Civil War side trips, Nazi Germany flyovers, and ruminations on mortality. We Sphinx you’ll really like it.

 

Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards ballot: https://rondoaward.com/rondoaward.com/blog/?p=890

 

 “Ashokan Farewell” performed by Russ Bareberg (from the album The Civil War: Original Soundtrack Recording, copyright 1990 by Nonesuch Records)

“Clyde Bruckman’s Final Repose: Dumpster” composed and performed by Mark Snow (from the album The X-files: Volume 2, copyright 2013 by La La Land Records)

 “Entr’acte (Caesar & Cleopatra)” and “Taste of Death” composed and conducted by Alex North (from Cleopatra: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, copyright 1963 by 20th Century Fox Records)

“Smokey Sax” by Hollywood Trailer Music Orchestra (from the album Film Noir: Vintage Cinema Classics, copyright 2015 by Megatrax Music)

“Cleopatra” performed by The Skatalites (from the album Foundation Ska, copyright 1996 by Heartbeat Select Records)

“Like Egypt Was” performed by Michael Penn (from the album Resigned, copyright 1997 by Epic/57 Records)

 

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Between Light and Shadow: A Twilight Zone Podcast is a nonprofit podcast. Music clips and dialogue excerpts used herein are the property of their respective copyright owners; we claim no ownership of these materials. Their use is strictly for illustrative purposes and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107.

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