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What is your all-time favorite William Shatner TV show guest appearance?

William Shatner (1931-) has made numerous TV show guest appearances since the 1950s, even showing up on Howdy Doody in 1954!

Asked by William J. Felchner on Apr 22, 2013

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Teresa Conti   L4: Guide (Ambassador: L1)   1,288 answers   +342 votes
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I don't remember the name of the episode off hand, but my favorite has to be that episode of Twilight Zone he did as a passenger on the airline where he sees himself outside of the airplane because there is going to be a problem with the flight.  I still think it  is kind of spooky.

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William J. Felchner   L5: Authority (Ambassador: L1)   851 answers   +336 votes
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@Teresa Conti. William Shatner played Bob Wilson in "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet," telecast on The Twilight Zone 10/11/63. Actually, Shatner's character believes he sees a monster on the wing of the airliner. 

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