Saturday, September 27, 2014

More Than Half of Don Keefer's New York Times Obituary Describes a Classic "Twilight Zone" Episode

329 of 625 words, to be exact.

Don Keefer, Actor Who Had Bad Thoughts on ‘Twilight Zone,’ Dies at 98.  (The New York Times, 9/26/2014)

Some of his other credits.
Don Keefer played many distinctive roles in a long acting career. He was the son of Willy Loman’s neighbor in the original Broadway cast of “Death of a Salesman,” which opened in 1949, and for the next half-century he was a sought-after character actor onstage and in films, including “The Caine Mutiny,” Woody Allen’s “Sleeper” and “Liar, Liar,” starring Jim Carrey.

Original date of broadcast:  November 3, 1961 (not 1959, as the obituaries inaccurately notes)

Top 10 "Twilight Zone" episodes

Don Keefer's long list of credits on IMDb

Don Keefer's Broadway credits

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