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The outer limits. Volume 2 the original series
Villa Di Stefano Productions (Firm)
[DVD version].
Publication Information:
Santa Monica, CA : MGM Home Entertainment, [2003]
Physical Description:
3 videodiscs (14 hr., 30 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
The entire second season (17 episodes) of the popular 1960s science fiction television program.
General Note:
Originally produced for television broadcast 1964-1965.

For specific features see interactive menu.
Disc 1. side A: Soldier ; Cold hands, warm heart ; Behold eck! ; Expanding human -- side B: Demon with a glass hand ; Cry of silence -- Disc 2. side A: The invisible enemy ; Wolf 359 ; I, robot ; The inheritors (Part I) -- side B: The inheritors (Part II) ; Keeper of the purple twilight -- Disc 3. side A: The duplicate man ; Counterweight ; The brain of Colonel Barham ; The premonition -- side B: The probe.
Reading Level:
Not rated.
Added Uniform Title:
Outer limits (Television program)

027616092717 (set)
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DVD 6355 DISC 2 Adult DVD Series
DVD 6355 DISC 1 Adult DVD Series
DVD 6355 DISC 1 Adult DVD Audio Visual
DVD 6355 DISC 2 Adult DVD Audio Visual
DVD 6355 DISC 3 Adult DVD Audio Visual

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