Steel (The Twilight Zone)


Steel: Directed by Don Weis. With Lee Marvin, Joe Mantell, Chuck Hicks, Merritt Bohn. In 1974, boxing has been outlawed and is performed by mechanical robots. With his next and possibly last fight approaching and his robot in need of repair, he resorts to one last desperate gamble.

"Steel" is an episode of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone. Set in the near future, its premise is that human boxing has been banned and replaced by android boxing. The story follows a once-famous human boxer who works as a manager for an antiquated android while struggling to come to grips with his career having been taken over by machines.

"Steel" is an episode of the The Twilight Zone. 1 Episode Details 1.1 Opening Narration 1.2 Episode Summary 1.3 Closing Narration 1.4 Preview for Next Week's Story 1.5 Production Companies 1.6 Distributors 2 Trivia 2.1 Memorable Quotes 3 External Links "Sports item, circa 1974: Battling Maxo, B2, heavyweight, accompanied by his manager and handler, arrives in Maynard, Kansas, for a scheduled ...

"The Twilight Zone" Steel (TV Episode 1963) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

The Twilight Zone, Episode #122: "Steel" (original air date October 4, 1963) The Plot: Boxing promoter Sam 'Steel' Kelly trundles his robot fighter from town to town, even though it's an outdated model that's on its last spring. When that spring finally breaks after Steel has hustled up a fight for the robot, mechanic Pole (Joe Mantell) sagely ...

This "Twilight Zone" episode from season 5 number 2 year 1963 called "Steel" is one that was ahead of it's time having themes of the future. The year is 1974 and the sport of boxing has been outlawed as now robots fight inside the ring!

"Steel" benefits from the performance of Lee Marvin, whom fans of The Twilight Zone may recognize from "The Grave." Specifically, the gritty, intense demeanor of Marvin strengthens the credibility of his character—a tired, disgruntled boxing champion who, similar to the librarian from " The Obsolete Man ," struggles to find ...

Well, here were are back in the Twilight Zone, for the show's fifth and final season; a season that found the series switching back to the half-hour format, even as the creative spirit which had ...

It was based on a short story, Steel by Richard Matheson, which became an episode of The Twilight Zone featuring Lee Marvin. Matheson also wrote the stories for the classic William Shatner episode ...

The Grave: Directed by Montgomery Pittman. With Lee Marvin, James Best, Strother Martin, Elen Willard. Old West lawman Conny Miller visits the grave of a man who he failed to track down to prove he was never afraid of him but gets more than he bargained for.

Lee Marvin as Steel, in an early Twilight Zone episode about a robot boxer. Promoter and manager down on their luck and Max needs a tune-up. The "future" bac...

THE TWiLiGHT ZONE, "steel" don weis, 1963. ~ by john cribbs ~ I don't really have a favorite movie star, but if you twisted my arm, that act would certainly make me think of Lee Marvin. In whatever role Marvin found himself playing - hardened criminal, wartime soldier, wise hobo, even melodious prospector - he had the mileage in his cracked ...

8. God Complex. Though he spoke fondly of Serling through his entire career, Zone teleplay writer Richard Matheson ("Steel," "The Invaders") found one mandate puzzling: According to ...

#TheTwilightZoneTVSeriesMusic Music From The Twilight Zone ~ Steel ~ original film music extracted from the TV series. soundtrack composers include: Jerry G...

The Twilight Zone (TV Series) Steel (1963) Trivia. Showing all 6 items. Of the ... Twilight Zone episodes based on short stories a list of 36 titles created 01 Mar 2014 Movies I have seen. a list of 4551 titles created 20 Apr 2017 TV Episodes Watched a list of 2844 titles ...

List of The Twilight Zone (1959 TV series) episodes " The Fear " is the penultimate episode of the American television series The Twilight Zone . It is the last episode written by series creator/host Rod Serling .

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A former boxer and his partner are now in charge of a robot fighter. What will happen next? It's the Twilight Zone.Episode Rating: 3/5

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These two sports-related episodes of THE TWILIGHT ZONE, "Steel" and "A Game of Pool," are about the potential - and the limits - of human ability. "Steel," made in 1963, is set in "1974" - an era in which professional boxing is done by robots, not by humans.

The Twilight Zone (marketed as Twilight Zone for its final two seasons) is an American anthology television series created and presented by Rod Serling, which ran for five seasons on CBS from 1959 to 1964. Each episode presents a stand-alone story in which characters find themselves dealing with often disturbing or unusual events, an experience described as entering "the Twilight Zone," often ...

Recap /. The Twilight Zone S 5 E 122 Steel. Rod Serling: Sports item, circa 1974: Battling Maxo, B2, heavyweight, accompanied by his manager and handler, arrives in Maynard, Kansas, for a scheduled six-round bout. Battling Maxo is a robot, or, to be exact, an android, definition: 'an automaton resembling a human being.'.

The Twilight Zone (Original Series) 1959 | TV-14 | 4 Seasons | Sci-Fi TV. Hosted by creator Rod Serling, this groundbreaking anthology series presents tales of the supernatural that are often tinged with social commentary. Starring: Rod Serling. Creators: Rod Serling.

Sentences for Steel (The Twilight Zone) The film is based on the short story " Steel ", written by Richard Matheson , which was originally published in the May 1956 edition of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction , and later adapted into a 1963 Twilight Zone episode.

Created by Rod Serling, the original TV series premiered on October 2, 1959, starting a franchise that would expand to include various TV series, motion pictures, a TV movie, and numerous books, plays and comics. As The Twilight Zone has many timeless tales told and to tell, it has undergone many revivals by generations of aspiring storytellers, with a modern-day revival by Jordan Peele ...

Real Steel, the most anticipated ridiculous movie of the fall, is about to grace us with its presence this weekend and - surprise, surprise - the movie may actually be legitimately good!. What you may or may not have known is that Real Steel is (loosely) based on an old Richard Matheson (of I am Legend and The Box fame) short story that was also turned into a Twilight Zone episode.

The Twilight Zone (1959 TV series) (season 5) List of The Twilight Zone (1959 TV series) episodes. " Steel " is an episode of the Amer­i­can tele­vi­sion an­thol­ogy se­ries The Twi­light Zone. Set in the near fu­ture, its premise is that human box­ing has been banned and re­placed by an­droid box­ing. The story fol­lows a once-fa ...

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