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Rate Episode: 33 - Mr. Bevis
10 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
9 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
8 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
7 13%  13%  [ 2 ]
6 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
5 13%  13%  [ 2 ]
4 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
3 25%  25%  [ 4 ]
2 19%  19%  [ 3 ]
1 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
ZER0 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
-1 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
-2 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
-3 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
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Episode: 33 - Mr. Bevis

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ORIGINAL BROADCAST: June 3, 1960
STARRING CAST: Orson Bean, Henry Jones, Charles Lane
WRITER: Rod Serling
DIRECTOR: William Asher

James B. W. Bevis, good natured, eccentric, and a lover of Zither music. Not by any stretch of the imagination a productive member of society. However, Mr. Bevis is a resident of the Twilight Zone, and like all residents, everyone is allowed (1) "do over."



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Mr. Bevis was really just a nice guy and a little kid at heart. He's not even a dreamer, he just appreciates life simple pleasures. This episode falls flat. It isn't particularily funny and if anything kind of just takes up 25 minutes of your time. Orson Bean does a good job stumbling over his words when his drinking, but that was about all I enjoyed.

My Rating: 2 - Poor

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....golly-zither-zing, I kinda like this episode..... :wtf: !

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This one is crap, but atleast it's not very boring, and it's a damn sight better than Serling's reimagining of it "Cavender is coming", now that one is truly awful. 3/10


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I hate to say this but this was gawd awful. :yack: Man, this guy having a guardian angel was way too much. :yack:
Also the gay way he threw the football sideways reminded me of guys who throw softballs like a girl. :yack: Just couldn't take it anymore, sorry. :cry: I rate this one a negative (-3) :yack:


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Several years ago I bought the complete DVD series of TWILIGHT ZONE off eBay. Most of the episodes I'd seen before. Some even improved through a repeated viewing (e.g. "Judgement Night").

Unfortunately, "Mr Bevis" is as bad as I remember . . .

2 out of 10.


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I rate this one a negative (-3) :yack:


I will have to talk to PJ, about adding a negative 3 option on the polls. :dance:



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I rate this one a negative (-3) :yack:


I will have to talk to PJ, about adding a negative 3 option on the polls. :dance:



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I rate this one a negative (-3) :yack:


I will have to talk to PJ, about adding a negative 3 option on the polls. :dance:



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:sparkle: Request Granted! :sparkle:


Wow! :lol:


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Orson Bean here, is precisely what the doctor ordered, and he plays his goofy,simple man part well.

But the problem is, there isn't much of a story.
Just some goofball who can't hold a job, collects all things odd, drives an ancient car, and for some reason he gets a "guardian angel" out of nowhere.
BUT- he seemingly is in need of a "break", and the simple man gets one.

There were a few entertaining spots, and seeing cool old Charles Lane was good.
I suppose that good things happen to the meek after all. Is that the moral of this episode?????

But thats not enough to save this one.

Not the best of stories, but certainly not the worst Serling and crew had to offer.
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"4" from me.

Well I wonder who voted "-3", maybe he is creeping around here somewhere.
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I in no way say this is a remarkable and amazing episode, however the
moral of this episode is what is overarching here, in that I believe its sending the message:
be yourself. Yes, Mr. B was an oddball, and I do not care much for his hobbies, or his dweebish bow ties,
yet, it is what makes Mr. B happy. And if its not hurting anyone ( ok, perhaps some pupils want to constrict
on looking upon him), so be it. I feel alot of people let society dictate how they should act and dress, thus
eliminating personality.
This is a cute story of a simple man,imho, that does not fit into society well. Perhaps, I am wrong here, but I feel
if I tell people my passion for TZ, they might look at me sideways. Not all, but alot of the Reality TV crowd.
So, I can relate to the tale.
I like Orson Bean, I personally empathize with him. I knew alot of outcasts at my high school ( myself included)
who would have loved to have a guardian angel.

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That is too funny the -3 rating! BTC you are too much!!
I watched it again today and still think it is harmless fun and I enjoyed it again, all because of Orson Bean, of course and then the great
Charles Lane added some scene chewing.
A -3, yikes! :lol:

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That is too funny the -3 rating! BTC you are too much!!
I watched it again today and still think it is harmless fun and I enjoyed it again, all because of Orson Bean, of course and then the great
Charles Lane added some scene chewing.
A -3, yikes! :lol:


Yes the -3 is too er three funny. MrM, I concur the episode is benign fun.
THe actors are fine here, nice simple story.
I can understand why this one gets low scores, its just lackluster,
does not have very memorable dialogue,not very thrilling in terms of scenes.
Yet, for me I put all that aside and concentrate on the underlying meaning of the story.

Personally, its not the most enjoyable episode to watch,imho, and its not one I actively
put in my dvd player,but I rate it high for the concept of "non-conformance".

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Yes, and I forgot to mention that wonderful character actor Henry Jones is amusing in it as well. I love it when he first sees Bevis in the bar and waves at him, just the reaction by Bevis as the bartender is looking on and the looks of them all are funny. Henry Jones was always a good actor and added a special quality to things he was in.

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Alright who the hell gave this a ten? :wtf:


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I think I must have to offset the -3, as I was giving it a 7, so instead gave it a ten to ....
never mind :oops:

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Definitely not an episode that springs to mind when you think of zones - but - it has that everyman possibility that keeps my interest. Orson Bean and Henry Jones worked well together. Matter of fact - Jones is what holds this episode together for me. His dry semi-nasal tone adds a side of arrogance with suffering compassion. Bean, although portrays a likable character, never makes me hold either a positive or negative opinion about Bevis. Not truly eccentric more lackadaisical and assuming responsibility purely because he needed to. I'm far more interested about what happened prior to the intervention that made Bevis so opposite of his Great Uncles. Does he suffer from shell shock, a drop on the head as a baby, what? However, being that he has a certain love of Zither Music, I'm gonna suspect he owns a hookah or other smoking utensil - which would explain a lot about him.

There is almost a "It's A Wonderful Life," feel about this episode that makes me actually watch it rather than run screaming with bleeding eye-sockets as is known to occur for viewers of CIC {Cavander Is Coming.} Now, this is a William Asher directed TZ - you may know him best from: I Love Lucy & Bewitched. Obviously the comedy didn't work here and it is his only appearance as a director in the Zone. Unfortunately, it isn't Rod's only foray into the realm of comedy.

I scored it as follows: 3 points for the cast. Bean, Jones, & Lane are a solid group of players. 2 points for concept and initial intention. 0 points for execution and story delivery. 1 point for actually getting William Asher to direct a light hearted episode - although it isn't zone - it was at least geared towards the right director for this type of story.

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3. If there's a negative 3 rating, then why not 0, -1, -2, all the way down to like negative 10?


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3. If there's a negative 3 rating, then why not 0, -1, -2, all the way down to like negative 10?


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I rate this one a negative (-3) :yack:


I will have to talk to PJ, about adding a negative 3 option on the polls. :dance:



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:sparkle: Request Granted! :sparkle:


Apparently, no one requested a -1, -2. For a 0, you just don't vote, the board doesn't recognize it as a valid character by itself.


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Well I just requested it, so if you have -3, why not negative one and two?


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Well I just requested it, so if you have -3, why not negative one and two?

Fair enough. :lol:


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So will this request be granted as well?


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Someone please explain to me how "Long Live Walter Jameson" has only 5 replies, and yet this episode has more than 20??



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By sucking way more ass, that's how.



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Someone please explain to me how "Long Live Walter Jameson" has only 5 replies, and yet this episode has more than 20??



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3. If there's a negative 3 rating, then why not 0, -1, -2, all the way down to like negative 10?


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I rate this one a negative (-3) :yack:


I will have to talk to PJ, about adding a negative 3 option on the polls. :dance:



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:sparkle: Request Granted! :sparkle:


Apparently, no one requested a -1, -2. For a 0, you just don't vote, the board doesn't recognize it as a valid character by itself.


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Well I just requested it, so if you have -3, why not negative one and two? So will this request be granted as well?


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Coool. Thanks.


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Note to some members that may not have noticed it yet - look at the voting options in this thread. :D


30 replies in this thread, with some truly great season one episodes being largely forgotten is amusing I suppose.



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Anyone remember the names of any oceanliners that DIDN'T sink the year the
TITANIC did? :? Guess that explains this thread! :lol:


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A 3 from me. Comedy never seems to work in TZ and here is a prime example of it not working. A shame really as Mr Bevis would probably work a lot better in another format. Certainly not TZ

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So how about -4 -5, etc. all the way down to -10? There might be a handful of TZs, like Cavender is Coming, I could see giving a -10. Maybe Come Wander With Me also.

And yeah, I guess it's true about crappier stuff getting more attention than the good stuff. I mean, how many really talented young singers are there probably out there that have yet to be discovered by the masses or on Youtube, yet Rebecca Black becomes a huge star in 2011 and that's mostly because people watch her videos because they think she's so horribly untalented. That's probably how reality TV became so popular. I blame Chuck Barris. He started showing the bad performers on The Gong Show. :lol:


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I've always liked Orson Bean (though to me he'll always be part of the "To Tell The Truth" panel, as opposed to knowing him as an actor), but I can understand some of the flak this one gets. But at the very least, it has Charles Lane as one of his comical unapproachable characters. The moment when he's accidentally posing by that photo of himself is priceless. If nothing else works in the whole episode, that moment of it does!


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So how about -4 -5, etc. all the way down to -10? There might be a handful of TZs, like Cavender is Coming, I could see giving a -10. Maybe Come Wander With Me also.


Well, that would make the list exceedingly long. Since TZ and TOL were the 1st 2 Forums here - 5 years almost - they initially only went down to one. Newer forums have the Zer0 option and newer still have both Zer0 and Other - to remedy the need for extraneous - numbers.

If PJ, TZ or I add additional voting choices, it clears the existing database, so basically, everyone would have to vote again. Not necessarily a bad thing but I'm not so sure everyone would want to go through every thread and revote.


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Having 0, -1, -2, and -3 voting options here is funnier than this episode. However, since I have not watched this in a long while, I actually found myself tolerating it better than I have in the past. It's still a bottom tier episode for me (in Season 1 and the entire series). As Dr. Moreau mentions, it has that "It's A Wonderful Life" quality to it, but doesn't stand up to those standards. Orson Bean is gee golly just an oddball, but there's nothing wrong with that. I suppose having a guardian angel help guide his life to turn it around is enough supernatural fantasy to make it a Zone, but it's just average. A nice ending to see Mr. Bevis satisfied with himself and his lifestyle and choices, but even better was that it ended.

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I saw it last night, for about the first time unedited.
At the very least, it has a whole parade of great character actors, even if some of them have no more than a quick moment. Along with Bean, Jones and Lane, you have William Schallert, Vito Scotti, and Dorothy Neuman. And others I can't quite name.


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