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The Fever (The Twilight Zone) Quotes

The Fever (The Twilight Zone) is a television show that first aired in 1970 . The Fever ended its run in 1970.

It features Stock (taken primarily from Jerry Goldsmith's "jazz themes", which are used as incidental music on many other Twilight Zones, and Rene Garriguenc's "Street Moods In Jazz") in charge of musical score.

The Fever (The Twilight Zone) Quotes

  • (Rod Serling - Narrator) "Mr. Franklin Gibbs, visitor to Las Vegas, who lost his money, his reason, and finally his life to an inanimate metal machine variously described as a one-armed bandit, a slot machine, or, in Mr. Franklin Gibbs' words, a monster with a will all its own. For our purposes, we'll stick with the latter definition; because we're in the Twilight Zone."
  • (Flora Gibbs) "Franklin, that's the third time you've cashed a check."
  • (Franklin Gibbs) "I know that."
  • (Flora Gibbs) "Well, you've spent a great deal of money."
  • (Franklin Gibbs) "I know that too."
  • (Flora Gibbs) "Don't you think you ought to stop now?"
  • (Franklin Gibbs) "How can I stop? I lost a great deal of money. You said it yourself. I've got to win it back."
  • (Flora Gibbs) "But what if you don't? What if you don't win it back, Franklin? You've been standing here nearly 3 hours."
  • (Franklin Gibbs) "Yes, I know that too."
  • (Flora Gibbs) "Franklin, dear, you know how awful you feel in the morning after you've been up too late at night."
  • (Franklin Gibbs) "Flora, will you kindly shut your mouth. I hate a shrew, Flora. I hate a woman who stands in back of you and sees to it that you have miserable luck. And that's what you're doing to me now, Flora. You're giving me miserable luck. Now please go away and leave me alone."
  • (Rod Serling - Narrator) "Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Gibbs; three days and two nights, all expenses paid, at a Las Vegas hotel, won by virtue of Mrs. Gibbs' knack with a phrase. But unbeknownst to either Mr. or Mrs. Gibbs is the fact that there's a prize in their package neither expected nor bargained for. In just a moment, one of them will succumb to an illness worse than any virus can produce, a most inoperative, deadly, life-shattering affliction known as The Fever."
  • (Franklin Gibbs) "Give me back my dollar, you miserable dirty -- That's my last dollar."
  • (Franklin Gibbs) "GIVE ME BACK MY DOLLAR."

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