The Midnight Sun

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (3)

  • Norma: Mrs. Bronson, I had such a terrible dream. It was so hot. It was daylight all the time. There was a midnight sun, there was no night at all. Mmmm, isn't it wonderful to have darkness and coolness? Mrs. Bronson: (looking at the eternal frozen darkness outside) Yes, my dear: it's wonderful.

  • Norma: Mrs. Bronson, I had such a terrible dream. It was so hot. It was daylight all the time. There was a midnight sun, there was no night at all. Mmmm, isn't it wonderful to have darkness and coolness? Mrs. Bronson: (looking at the eternal frozen darkness outside) Yes, my dear: it's wonderful.

  • (Closing Narration) Narrator: The poles of fear, the extremes of how the Earth might conceivably be doomed. Minor exercise in the care and feeding of a nightmare, respectfully submitted by all the thermometer-watchers in the Twilight Zone.

Notes (1)

  • The "melting paintings" effect at the end of the episode was done by painting the pictures in wax on a hotplate and then turning the hot plate on and tilting it.