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    "Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?"

    episode

    Episode no. Season 2

    Episode 28

    Directed by Montgomery Pittman

    Written by Rod Serling

    Production code 173-3660

    Original air date May 26, 1961

    Guest appearances

    John Hoyt as Ross, the businessman

    Jean Willes as Ethel McConnell, the dancer

    Jack Elam as Avery, the crazy man

    Barney Phillips as Haley, the cook

    John Archer as Trooper Bill Padgett

    William Kendis as Olmstead, the bus driver

    Morgan Jones as Trooper Dan Perry

    Gertrude Flynn as Rose Kramer, the older wife

    Bill Erwin as Peter Kramer, the older husband

    Jill Ellis as Connie Prince, the younger wife

    Ron Kipling as George Prince, the younger husband

    Episode chronology ← Previous

    "The Mind and the Matter" Next →

    "The Obsolete Man"

    (1959 TV series) (season 2)

    List of episodes

    "Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?" is episode 64 of the American television anthology series It originally aired on May 26, 1961 on CBS.

    Contents

    1 Opening narration 2 Plot 3 Closing narration 4 See also 5 References 6 External links

    Opening narration[edit]

    Wintry February night, the present. Order of events: a phone call from a frightened woman notating the arrival of an unidentified flying object, then the checkout you've just witnessed, with two state troopers verifying the event – but with nothing more enlightening to add beyond evidence of some tracks leading across the highway to a diner. You've heard of trying to find a needle in a haystack? Well, stay with us now, and you'll be part of an investigating team whose mission is not to find that proverbial needle, no, their task is even harder. They've got to find a Martian in a diner, and in just a moment you'll search with them, because you've just landed – in The Twilight Zone.

    Plot[edit]

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    While investigating reports about a UFO, state troopers Dan Perry and Bill Padgett find evidence that something crashed in a frozen pond and its occupant fled to a nearby diner called the Hi-Way Cafe. Upon arriving, the troopers find a bus parked outside. Inside the diner, they find the cook Haley, bus driver Olmstead, and his passengers: young married couple Connie and George Prince, older married couple Rose and Peter Kramer, Ethel McConnell, a professional dancer, outlandish old man Avery, and craggy businessman Ross.

    The troopers announce a suspected alien may be among them and asks for everyone to identify themselves. After introducing himself, Olmstead states he was forced to stop at the diner due to the snowstorm outside and the nearby icy hill prevents him from returning to his previous destination. After learning the bridge ahead is closed, the troopers tell the passengers they may have to wait until morning pending an inspection by the county engineer. Olmstead states he counted six passengers on initial boarding, but the troopers point out seven in the diner. Haley claims the diner was empty before the bus arrived and they were the only customers he had in hours.

    Following initial debate, Ethel suggests the couples should be cleared of suspicion as the spouses know each other. Both couples readily agree, but begin suspecting each other. The troopers ask for Ethel's ID, but she claims it was sent ahead with her luggage. Despite this, Olmstead vouches for her, admitting he did notice her. As Avery jokes and Ross complains about not being able to make an important meeting, tensions rise and suspicions are confirmed that someone present must be the alien after the jukebox flashes and the tabletop sugar dispensers explode. However, the troopers seemingly receive a phone call from the engineer telling them the bridge is safe to cross. Olmstead is concerned about its instability, but the troopers assuage his fears and everyone leaves after paying Haley.

    Sometime later, to Haley's surprise, Ross returns alone and explains the bridge collapsed, with Olmstead, the passengers, and the troopers drowning in the river below. When Haley asks how Ross survived, the latter calmly reveals himself as the alien by displaying three arms, and that everything that happened earlier, such as the jukebox and phone call, were illusions. He reveals that he is a scout sent ahead of his arriving fleet to ensure Earth is ready for Martian colonization. However, Haley reveals he is also an alien, but from Venus, displaying a third eye on his forehead hidden by his cap. He informs Ross that the Martian fleet has been intercepted by his kind, and the colonists who will shortly arrive will be Venusians.

    Closing narration[edit]

    Incident on a small island, to be believed or disbelieved. However, if a sour-faced dandy named Ross or a big, good-natured counterman who handles a spatula as if he'd been born with one in his mouth, – if either of these two entities walk onto your premises, you'd better hold their hands – all three of them – or check the color of their eyes – all three of them. The gentlemen in question might try to pull you in – to The Twilight Zone.

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    "The Twilight Zone" Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up? (TV Episode 1961)

    Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?: Directed by Montgomery Pittman. With John Hoyt, Jean Willes, Jack Elam, Barney Phillips. Following a frantic phone call about a crashed spaceship, two policeman try and determine who among the passengers of a bus at a snowed-in roadside diner is from another world.

    The Twilight Zone S2.E28 All

    Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?

    Episode aired May 26, 1961

    TV-PG 25m

    Drama Fantasy Horror

    Following a frantic phone call about a crashed spaceship, two policeman try and determine who among the passengers of a bus at a snowed-in roadside diner is from another world.

    Photos

    8.7 /10 3.6K Top credits 40 User reviews 5 Critic reviews See more at IMDbPro 18

    Top cast

    John Hoyt Ross

    Jean Willes Ethel McConnell

    Jack Elam Avery

    Barney Phillips Haley the Bartender John Archer

    Trooper Bill Padgett

    William Kendis

    Olmstead(as Bill Kendis)

    Morgan Jones Trooper Dan Perry Gertrude Flynn Rose Kramer Bill Erwin Peter Kramer Jill Ellis Connie Prince Ron Kipling George Prince Rod Serling

    Narrator(uncredited)…

    Director Montgomery Pittman Writer Rod Serling All cast & crew

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    Storyline

    After an anonymous phone call about a spacecraft that crashed in a frozen wood, two police officers find evidence that the event really happened. Apparently one alien had walked away from the spot. They drive to the nearby highway Café and they find a bus with seven passengers waiting for the reopening of a snowed in bridge. However the driver says that he had only six passengers when he parked the bus. While interrogating the travelers, weird things happen in the diner, with the lights switching on and off and the turntable turning on and off.—Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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    Genres

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    Did you know

    Trivia

    Near the start, just after Rod Serling's intro, the name of the bus company is glimpsed on the side of the bus. Cayuga Bus Company, though only the "C & O" of "Company" is actually visible in the Blu-Ray Release. The Twilight Zone (1959) series was produced by Cayuga Production Company.

    Goofs

    All entries contain spoilers

    Quotes

    Avery: She's just like a science fiction, that's what she is! A reg'lar Ray Bradbury! Six humans and one monster from outer space. You wouldn't happen to have an eye in the back of your head, would you?

    Connections

    Featured in WatchMojo: Top 10 Shocking Twilight Zone Twist Endings (2019)

    Soundtracks Twilight Zone Theme (theme song)

    Composed by Marius Constant

    User reviews

    (seasons 2-5) 40 Review TOP REVIEW

    Who's Messing With My Jukebox

    Nifty little episode played mainly for laughs, but with clever dollop of suspense. Somehow a Martian has snuck aboard a broken-down bus on its way to nowhere, but which passenger is it, (talk about your illegal immigrants!). All-star supporting cast, from wild-eyed Jack Elam (hamming it up shamelessly), to sexy Jean Willes (if she's the Martian, then I say let's open the borders!), to cruel-faced John Hoyt (the most obvious suspect), along with familiar faces John Archer and Barney Phillips (and a nice turn from Bill Kendis as the bus driver). Makes for a very entertaining half-hour even if the action is confined to a single set.

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    Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?

    "Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?" is an episode of the The Twilight Zone. "Wintery February night, the present. Order of events: a phone call from a frightened woman notating the arrival of an unidentified flying object, and the check-out you've just witnessed with two state troopers...

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    Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?

    Season 2, Episode 64 (S02E28)

    Episode information

    Series:

    The Twilight Zone (original series)

    Airdate:

    May 26, 1961

    Teleplay:

    Rod Serling

    Story:

    Rod Serling

    Director:

    Montgomery Pittman

    Music:

    Stock

    Guest Stars:

    John Hoyt

    Lead Character:

    Mr. Ross

    Episode guide

    Previous

    The Mind and the Matter

    Next

    The Obsolete Man

    "Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?" is an episode of the The Twilight Zone.

    Contents 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 Home media release

    3 Trivia 4 External Links

    Episode Details

    Opening Narration

    "Wintery February night, the present. Order of events: a phone call from a frightened woman notating the arrival of an unidentified flying object, and the check-out you've just witnessed with two state troopers verifying the event, but with nothing more enlightning to add beyond evidence of some tracks leading across the highway to a diner. You've heard of trying to find a needle in a haystack? Well, stay with us now and you'll be a part of an investigating team whose mission is not to find that proverbial needle, no, their task is even harder. They've got to find a Martian in a diner, and in just a moment you'll search with them, because you've just landed in the Twilight Zone."

    Episode Summary

    During a snowstorm, two state troopers are investigating a crash after a woman telephoned them and are led to believe that it was a flying saucer. They follow footprints leading from the crash site to a diner, where a group of passengers from a bus to Boston are waiting for word that a bridge up ahead is safe to cross. Though the only patrons of the roadside eatery are bus passengers, there is one more person than there were people on the bus. Mr. Ross, a skeptical businessman (John Hoyt), who says he has a meeting in Boston, says the driver must have been mistaken, but he swears there were six. There is mutual suspicion among the stranded travelers, as the passengers try to guess which among them is the alien. It is suggested that the two married couples are paired off. An old man laughs at this, saying it sounds like science fiction. In the meantime, several odd things are happening. The jukebox plays on its own, the lights flicker on and off, and sugar bowls explode on the tables. When they receive word that the bridge is safe to cross, they all leave the diner. Shortly, Mr. Ross returns to the diner alone and tells the cook that the bridge wasn't safe at all and that it collapsed, killing all the occupants of both the bus and the police car. The cook asks the businessman how he survived without even getting wet. The businessman asks what the word "wet" means, revealing a third arm from under his overcoat as he stirs his coffee and lights a cigarette. He says the music and telephone ringing were all illusions. He reveals to the cook that he is a Martian, that Mars plans to start a colony on Earth. Laughing, the cook tells him that he's too late, that he himself is from Venus, which has already started a colony, and that the Martian invasion force has been intercepted. The cook takes off his cap, revealing a third eye in the middle of his forehead. The shocked Martian stares nervously at the cook, and the episode ends.

    Closing Narration

    "Incident on a small island, to be believed or disbelieved. However, if a sour-faced dandy named Ross or a big good-natured counterman who handles a spatula as if he'd been born with one in his mouth, if either of these two entities walk onto your premises, you'd better hold their hands - all three of them - or check the color of their eyes - all three of them. The gentlemen in question might try to pull you into...the Twilight Zone."

    Preview for Next Week's Story

    Mr. Burgess Meredith is no stranger to , but his role in next week's story is a unique one even for him. The time will be the future, the place just about anywhere where men have been taken over by a machine state. Our story is called "The Obsolete Man". It may chill, it may provoke, but we're rather certain it'll leave a mark. Next week on The Twilight Zone, "The Obsolete Man".

    Production Companies

    Cayuga Productions

    Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) (in association with)

    Distributors

    Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) (1959) (USA) (TV) (original airing)

    Home media release

    This episode is included on the Image Entertainment Vol. 41 DVD along with "The Mighty Casey", "The Changing of the Guard" and "Come Wander With Me".

    Trivia

    The episode is unique, as an actual Twilight Zone contributor is mentioned. As the patrons realize that an alien is amongst the group, Jack Elam's character laughs and says, "She's just like science fiction, that what she is. A regular Ray Bradbury." One of Bradbury's stories became a Twilight Zone episode during the third season ("I Sing the Body Electric").

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