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Article:The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street
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| Image = [[Image:The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street.jpg|250px]]
 
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| Caption = A scene from "The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street."
 
| Caption = A scene from "The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street."
| Season = 1
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| Season = jdsfkdszvfgiudkilszfgwv;OEILQWGAVBDJKs,cz(The Twilight Zone)|Mirror Image]]
| Episode = 22
 
| Airdate = March 4, 1960
 
| Production=173-3620
 
| Writer =[[Rod Serling]]
 
| Director =[[Ronald Winston]]
 
| Guests =[[Claude Akins]]: Steve Brand <br> [[Barry Atwater]]: Les Goodman<br>[[Jack Weston]]: Charlie <br>[[Amzie Strickland]]: Woman<br>[[Burt Metcalfe]]: Don<br>[[Mary Gregory (actress)|Mary Gregory]]: Sally<br>Jason Johnson: Old man<br>[[Sheldon Allman]]: First alien<br>William Walsh: Second alien<br>[[Jan Handzlik]]: Tommy
 
|Music = Original score by [[Rene Garriguenc]], conducted by [[Lud Gluskin]]
 
| Episode list = [[List of Twilight Zone episodes]]
 
| Prev = [[Mirror Image (The Twilight Zone)|Mirror Image]]
 
 
| Next = [[A World of Difference]]}}
 
| Next = [[A World of Difference]]}}
   
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==Plot==
 
==Plot==
 
{{story|date=September 2012}}
 
{{story|date=September 2012}}
Maple Street is full of playing children and adults talking, when a shadow passes overhead and a loud roar is heard, accompanied by a flash of light. The residents soon discover that their [[electricity|power]] has been cut off. They gather together in the street to discuss the matter. Pete Van Horn volunteers to walk out of the neighborhood to discover the extent of the problem and he goes to check the station. His neighbor Steve Brand wants to go into town but Tommy, a boy from the neighborhood, tells him not to leave the street. Tommy has read a story of an alien invasion causing similar phenomena, and he predicts Steve will probably not be allowed to leave. Furthermore, in the story, the aliens are living as a family that appears human. The power outage is meant to isolate and contain the neighborhood.
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Maple Street is full of playing children and adults talking, when a shadow passes overhead and a loud roar is heard, accompanied by a flash of light. The residents soon discover that their [[electricity|power]] has been cut off. They gather together in the street to discuss the matter. Pete Van Horn volunteers to walk out of the neighborhood to discover the extent of the problem and he go and get boned
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the station. His neighbor Steve Brand wants to go into town but Tommy, a boy from the neighborhood, tells him not to leave the street. Tommy has read a story of an alien invasion causing similar phenomena, and he predicts Steve will probably not be allowed to leave. Furthermore, in the story, the aliens are living as a family that appears human. The power outage is meant to isolate and contain the neighborhood.
   
 
Meanwhile, another resident, Les Goodman, tries unsuccessfully to start his car. He gets out and begins to walk back towards the other residents when the car starts all by itself. The bizarre behavior of his car makes Les the object of immediate suspicion. One woman begins to discuss his late nights spent standing in the garden looking up at the sky. Les claims to be only an [[insomnia]]. Later that night, Steve tries to defuse the situation and prevent it from becoming a [[witch-hunt]]. Charlie, one of the loudest and most aggressive residents, pressures Steve about his hobby building a radio no one has ever seen. Suspicion falls on Steve as he sarcastically remarks that he talks to monsters from outer space on his radio. Steve and the other neighbors continue to argue.
 
Meanwhile, another resident, Les Goodman, tries unsuccessfully to start his car. He gets out and begins to walk back towards the other residents when the car starts all by itself. The bizarre behavior of his car makes Les the object of immediate suspicion. One woman begins to discuss his late nights spent standing in the garden looking up at the sky. Les claims to be only an [[insomnia]]. Later that night, Steve tries to defuse the situation and prevent it from becoming a [[witch-hunt]]. Charlie, one of the loudest and most aggressive residents, pressures Steve about his hobby building a radio no one has ever seen. Suspicion falls on Steve as he sarcastically remarks that he talks to monsters from outer space on his radio. Steve and the other neighbors continue to argue.
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