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This week on “Twilight Zone” in 1961

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In one of the series' Cold War classics, an episode called "The Shelter" shows what can happen when fear trumps reason.

When a suburban neighborhood faces the prospect of nuclear war, the gentlemen in the picture (above) break down the door of a doctor's basement bomb shelter so they can get their families in.

But even as a child, didn't you ask yourself: "What good is a bomb shelter with a door that can no longer close?"




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