The Twilight Zone: Perchance to Dream

The Twilight Zone: Perchance to Dream

Movie: The Twilight Zone: Perchance to Dream
Director: Robert Florey
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Originally telecast November 27, 1959, “Perchance to Dream” was writer Charles Beaumont’s first contribution to The Twilight Zone. Richard Conte stars as Edward Hall, a man who lives in mortal fear of falling asleep. Visiting a psychiatrst, Hall explains that he has a weak heart, and that his recurring dream of a beautiful woman luring him to his doom will surely result in a fatal coronary. Alas, the psychiatrist’s nurse is the spitting image of the woman in Hall’s nightmares. Superbly directed by Robert Florey and boasting an eerie musical score by Nathan Van Cleave, “Perchance to Dream” is enough to give anyone nightmares.

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