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Created by Leslie Stevens, The Outer Limits was a creepy American science fiction TV show from the early 1960s, one of the many series influenced by The Twilight Zone. Short-lived, the show ran originally ran from 1964 to 1965 and its writers included creator Leslie Stevens, Joseph Stefano (screenwriter for Alfred Hitchcock's shocker Psycho), who was also the executive producer for the first season, and Harlan Ellison, who wrote two episodes (Soldier and Demon with a Glass Hand) that were the inspiration for the Terminator film series.

The Outer Limits was also revived in the mid 1990s as a syndicated series that has been running for seven seasons.

Quote: "There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do not adjust the picture. WE control the horizontal, WE control the vertical."

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