The Twilight Zone

Season 4 Episode 14

Of Late I Think of Cliffordville

4
Aired Unknown Apr 11, 1963 on CBS
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Episode Fan Reviews (4)

6.1
out of 10
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90 votes
  • flawed

    5.5
    Only complaint is the ending-it would have been more Twilight Zone if its Heatcate who goes to the elevator and goes down to Miss Devlin and the process starts all over again.
  • @meathed704 - Really??

    8.0
    Meathead704's review makes it's points. But are you seriously telling us that the entire episode is "not worth our time" just because of some dialogue and and bad makeup? Get a grip, man!!
  • Cool episode, good ending!

    9.4
    This episode really had it all! A great beggining, a wonderful and rising action middle, and a twist upon a twist in the end! The acting was really done well! This epsiode could not have been better if they tried! The devil plays a very good role in this episode, and feathersmiths life will be changed forever after this, since he ends up with a completly different life at the end that at the start. He gets taught a life lesson very well. The 1910 town is also done very well! Good episode for this show! Yay yay ya ya! Go!
  • Wealthy and ruthless buisness tycoon William Feathersmith has run out of things to acquire and consolidate and is now bored with his life. One night he gets a chance to go back in time to his hometown and start all over. However, it won't be so easy.

    5.6
    This episode does have a very good premise to it. However, that's the only nice thing I can say about it. The episode has way too many problems for it to work effectively. The late Albert Salami's performance here is way too overblown to be believed and his make-up job as the old man is not well done (You can see the edge of his bald plate on his forehead.) Much of the dialouge sounds hopelessly contrived. Like many episodes of the fourth season, the hour long running time is a liability. This episode is defintely not worth your time.
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