Who said it: Rod Serling or Alfred Hitchcock?

Can you tell which anthology genius said these lines during his respective show?

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Two of the best anthology hosts to ever grace television screens: Rod Serling of The Twilight Zone and Alfred Hitchcock of Alfred Hitchcock Presents and The Alfred Hitchcock Hour

The respective series created some of the most memorable and game-changing episodes that classic television has to offer. Both hosts were known for their dramatic monologues either at the beginning or end of their shows. 

Take a look at the lines below, all of which were said by Rod Serling or Alfred Hitchcock on their shows, and see if you can guess who said them! 

Whether your guess is based on word choice or because you can actually remember the host saying it, take your best shot! The lines could be about an episode that just finished, one that was about to start or one that was set to debut the following week. 

Good luck! 

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  1. "Most of these cans contain screams." Who said it?
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  2. "It is the middle ground between light and shadow." Who said it?
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  3. "Racing has been called a sport of kings, but here at the two-dollar window, I've met relatively few of them." Who said it?
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  4. "When we bring you a unique and most-arresting story of a movie actor who finds himself on that thin line between what is real and what is a dream." Who said it?
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  5. "I shot an arrow into the air, it fell to earth, I know not where." Who said it?
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  6. "Tonight's story is called 'The Day of the Bullet.'" Who said it?
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  7. "I've never seen this play fail. They always give in and watch our show. Why don't you?" Who said it?
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  8. "One of the most bizarre and unusual tales we've told yet. One man with four faces. Four separate and adventuresome lives that must be seen to be believed." Who said it?
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  9. "Next week, we shall make another sojourn on the great railroad of life." Who said it?
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  10. "This is the model of a Nieuport, fighter aircraft, vintage World War I." Who said it?
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Who said it: Rod Serling or Alfred Hitchcock?

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frances3agape 11 months ago
WooHoo - perfect.
Maybe only the 2nd time in decades of MeTV quizzes.
Oops...probably doomed the rest of the quizzes for another decade
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cperrynaples 14 months ago
That's not REALLY TZ! Serling guest starred on Benny and it's hillarious! Loved Serling's last line!
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DanDolgin 15 months ago
9/10, Only missed #5. I have seen probably seen every episode of Twilight Zone. I have only seen some of the Alfred Hitchcock shows.
8176Morgan DanDolgin 27 days ago
Yes, I got it but only because I knew that it was the title of a TZ episode. Still it was the hardest of the ten as Hitchcock could also have easily said the same thing.
Ready2go 15 months ago
8/10. Still watch TZ, Hitchcock not so much.
jackbennyfan 15 months ago
I only got 4 correct. I haven't watched either of these shows since I was a kid.
cperrynaples 15 months ago
And how about that Hitchcock photo? He looks like he's about to referee a boxing match...LOL!
DanDolgin 15 months ago
8/10, Missed #5 & #6. Those two were tricky.
Dajj 15 months ago
9/10, Two great directors, and 2 great shows.
cperrynaples Dajj 15 months ago
Serling was NEVER a director, only a writer, producer and only an actor on Jack Benny["Anyone who's been 39 this long must be living in the Twilight Zone!"]!
JDWJDW2 15 months ago
8 out of 10 because the various statements were from the two shows openings. I recognized almost every Twilight Zone opening.
hrcopter 15 months ago
10/10! The two best shows ever!!
justjeff 15 months ago
9/10... #4 sounded so much like a Hitchcock introduction that it fooled me...
ellswt 15 months ago
8/10 at least it wasn’t a copy and paste of a screenshot asking me what show it was from.
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