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Carol for Another Christmas (1964) was a Drama - Fantasy Film directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and produced by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, C.O. Erickson and Edgar Rosenberg.

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Imperial Me: If we let them seep in here from down yonder and cross river - if we let these do-gooder, these bleeding hearts, propagate their insidious doctrine of involvement among us - then my dear friends, my beloved Me's"
[dramatic pause]
Imperial Me: "we's in trouble. We must carry our glorious philosophy through to its glorious culmination! So that in the end, with enterprise and determination, the world and everything in it will belong to one individual Me! And that will be the ultimate! The absolute ultimate!

[referring to girls severely injured by a nuclear bomb]
Daniel Grudge: Well, at least their children will not face this horror.
The Doctor: Children? These girls?

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Peter Fonda was edited out of this film shortly before it aired, yet he is still visible in a portrait on a wall of the set.
In Serling's original script, the lead character's name was Barnaby Grudge - i.e., B. Grudge, a play on the word "begrudge". ABC network censors thought that viewers would miss that allusion and instead believe the name was chosen as a slap at U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater, a man associated with nuclear war, and ordered the author to change the character's name. Serling settled on Daniel Grudge.
The opening credits are alphabetical; the closing credits in order of appearance.
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