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Hollywood Graveyard Enters THE TWILIGHT ZONE

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You unlock this door with the key of remembrance; beyond it is another dimension: a dimension of nostalgia, a dimension of entertainment, a dimension of grief.

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  1. Magnificent! Rod Serling would've likely sued for being so close to the real thing. I like the way you juxtaposed the modern fantasy of Harry Potter with the British train on the outside with the familiar U.S. interior of an ex-Lackawanna "Stillwell" commuter coach on the Heber Valley R.R, You need to do more of these themed presentations!

    The sadness of Rod Serling is that much of what he wrote professionally was drawn from the horrors of his WWII experiences. No doubt what we would today call PTSD. So, the next time you see a servicemember or a veteran, thank them.

  2. Mr. Dark is definitely a genius as well as being totally dedicated to this amazing awesome Hollywood Graveyard series. I used to spend my free time playing music videos before i came across Mr. Dark's work by chance. This particular video finally gave us the chance to see the man close up.

  3. This deserves so many more views, and I'm only halfway through! I just discovered your channel, and I have been binge-watching! Thank you for all the hard work you put into these. It is extremely evident!

  4. Brilliant, just brilliant! There were many actors honored that I never knew their names but have seen them for years, like Lois Nettleton. In all of your videos, it has surprised me of the lack of ostentation in many of the grave markers and how these stars were remembered by their loved ones as "Beloved Father or Mother or Grandfather or Grandmother" and not for their Hollywood life. The exception of that is, of course, Mickey Rooney.

  5. I almost forgot how fine these great actors and actresses were , and ive always adored Rod Serling , and you my friend the narrator have a fine esquiste voice .thank you so much for these videos huge fan πŸ’™β€πŸ€ŸπŸŽ¬πŸŽ₯

  6. I adore this Arthur! You have such a presence on film, and such a great voice. Two "Twilight Zone" episodes star two actresses from my favorite show of the 1960's, "Bewitched". Both Agnes Moorhead, and, Elizabeth Montgomery. And, coincidentally, neither actress utters a single word, Moorhead in "The Invaders", and Montgomery in "Two".

  7. This Was AWESOME! AMAZING!πŸ˜πŸ˜€πŸ‘πŸ‘βœŒ Thank You Arthur Dark! And To All The Others! Featured In This Great Entertainment! You All Were MAGNIFICENT!πŸ€©πŸ€—πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜€πŸ‘πŸ‘βœŒ

  8. Well done😊yours is quite knowledgeable and far the best that’s out there! keep up the good work!!πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ˜Š you are also quite the actor!😊 LOL totally enjoyed it!!

  9. Thanks for the memories. ALSO YOU GAVE ME A BIT OF A CHILL WHEN I SAW YOU WERE WEARING THE SAME APPLE EARBUDS IN THE LATER PART I'M WEARING DO DO DO DO, DO DO DO DO;)

  10. IT IS THE BEST SHOW EVER MADE FOR TV AND PITY WE ONLY GOT IT IN IRELAND LONG AFTER IT FINISHED BUT THANK GOD FOR THE INTERNET I HAVE SEEN EVERY EPISODE MADE MY NEXT BEST STAR TREK THE BEST SHOWS FROM THE SIXTIES

  11. The narrator is quite a good actor!! I'm glad he likes old Hollywood. Most people in their 20s and 30s don't know a thing about the silent era and Golden Age of Hollywood. They also don't know it used to be called Hollywoodland. I wish i lived in that era. Today's movies are not as good in my opinion. They rarely shoot a film on location and use cgi too much. I love TCM channel.

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