|SEASON TWO - 1, 3, 4, 5|
|NERVOUS MAN IN A FOUR DOLLAR ROOM||A THING ABOUT MACHINES||EYE OF THE BEHOLDER|
|In the middle of his final line, George warns Jackie about the consequences if he doesn't kill the old man. There's a cut and George is suddenly behind Jackie instead of in front of him.||Early
in the episode, it was established that the car's steering wheel was on
the right-side, but later when the car is 'driving by itself', the left
side of the car shows a driver inside trying to hide from view. Also, when
Edith Rogers is finished with her work, she pulls the paper out of the typewriter,
but a few moments later the typewriter starts typing by itself on a fresh
sheet of paper.
|The syndicated version of this episode has the show's original title, 'A Private World of Darkness', during the ending credits. The correct title 'Eye of the Beholder' is present in the Columbia House and FOX Video versions.|
|EYE OF THE BEHOLDER - SUBLIMINAL SHOT - 'EYES OF CONFORMITY'|
|In this scene, you see an obvious deliberate lighting effect being cast by the lamp; a pair of eyes!!!|
|EYE OF THE BEHOLDER - LACK OF PROSTHETIC CONTINUITY|
|With this shot of the nurse paused and brightened, we see the prosthetic makeup was not yet applied until the final revealing scenes.|
|NICK OF TIME||THE LATENESS OF THE HOUR||A MOST UNUSUAL CAMERA|
Don Carter is paying for the ice coffee at the counter, he's reaching into
his pocket while the camera is in front of him. The scene cuts to a wider
shot and Carter's arm is now resting on the counter. A few seconds later
he's reaching into his pocket again.
a shadow behind Inger Stevens, one which is smaller in the second shot.
In between these two frames, part of the shadow drops down and to the left.
Also, when Dr. William Loren is talking to his daughter from the bottom
of the stairs, the shadow of a moving television camera can be seen from
|Close to the end of the episode, when Paula runs toward the window, she's shown going all the way to the window. It cuts to the loose extension cord, then they pull back to show Paula still running, about three feet away from the window.|
|It appears that there is much more dust in the bag when Gallegos tosses it to the crowd as opposed to when Sykes puts the dust in the bag beforehand. Also, when Gallegos plea for the release of his son, Luis's left hand changes between hanging out of the bars and holding onto a bar.||At the end of the episode, when the camera goes from a back view to a front view of the children, the girl on the right has her arms by her side, but in the opposite view in the later shot her arms are crossed.||At
the end of the episode, Corrigan pulls out the handkerchief that Booth gave
him and holds it in his left hand. In the next close-up of the handkerchief
is in his right hand.
This episode also has some other inconsistencies - First is the claim that Lincoln was shot a minute or two after 10:00pm, when he was really shot at 10:15pm. Second, the weather conditions of that night are incorrect, and thirdly, this version of Ford's Theatre doesn't match the real one.
|THE INVADERS||TWENTY TWO||THE ODYSSEY OF FLIGHT 33|
|Agnes Moorehead's character is supposed to be an alien giant on another planet, living only with the basics in "a house untouched by progress." Yet her fingernails are beautifully manicured, polished and quite long.||When
Liz Powell approaches the elevator, her hand is on her face, but when the
camera quickly cuts to a medium shot, her hand is no longer on her face..
At the beginning of the episode, stock footage shows the airplane going
through clouds to flying above the clouds in one quick cut. Also, having
been transported back to prehistoric times, it's highly unlikely that the
crew would know they were over Manhattan Island, because the topographical
landscapes would be completely different, due to millions of years of shifting
|A HUNDRED YARDS OVER THE RIM||A HUNDRED YARDS OVER THE RIM||THE RIP VAN WINKLE CAPER|
Christian Horn enters Joe's cafe after walking into the present, his face
goes from clean-shaven to full-stubble.
Also, Rod Serling's opening narration includes this line, "The year is 1847, the place is the territory of New Mexico." However, in 1847 New Mexico was still part of Mexico. New Mexico wasn't a territory until 1850.
|In the first and third shots of Christian Horn drinking a glass of water , he's seen grasping the glass from the bottom, but in the second shot, he's holding the glass on the side.||While DeCruz is in the van, he tosses a dolly out and leans it up against the van. While Brooks is getting into the van, the camera changes and when Brooks is in the van, the dolly has switched positions.|
|THE OBSOLETE MAN|
|The Chancellor becomes uptight and slams his book shut. Yet when the verdict is shown from behind the Chancellor, the book is open. After the verdict, the shot is of the Chancellor with the book closed again.|