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I Am the Night—Color Me Black

The Twilight Zone: Season 5, Episode 26
On the morning that a man is to hang for killing one of his bigoted neighbours, the townspeople find themselves thrown into an unending night.
Air date: March 27, 1964
Previous episode: The Masks
Next episode: Sounds and Silences
Director: Abner Biberman
Written by: Rod Serling

"I Am the Night—Color Me Black" is episode 146 of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone. It originally aired on March 27, 1964 on CBS. Sounds and Silences ˇ Terry Becker ˇ Eve McVeagh Episode no: Season 5; Episode 26 Original air date: March 27, 1964 Featured music: Stock from "Where Is Everybody?" by Bernard Herrmann
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I am the Night - Color Me Black ˇ Photos ˇ Cast ˇ Storyline ˇ Did You Know? ˇ User Reviews ˇ Frequently Asked Questions ˇ Details ˇ Contribute to This Page. Full Cast & Crew ˇ Plot Summary ˇ Sheriff Charlie Koch ˇ User Reviews Color: Black and White | Black and White Release Date: 27 March 1964 (USA) Sound Mix: Mono (Westrex Recording System)
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Oct 3, 2020 ˇ On the morning that a man is to hang for killing one of his bigoted neighbours, the townspeople ...Duration: 2:44 Posted: Oct 3, 2020
In this episode, Sheriff Charlie Koch awakens to realize that it is 7:30 a.m., but that the sun has not risen and it is still pitch black in his small Midwestern town.
Mar 27, 2018 ˇ Terry Becker portrays the condemned man who must pay the ultimate penalty for defending a black man from a bigot in "I Am the Night - Color Me ...
Jan 24, 2012 ˇ The Goods: On the morning that a man called Jagger is to be hung for murder, the darkness of night never turns into day. As if to weigh in on the ...
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