" When I first began noting down the early beginnings of REQUIEM, I had one basic idea…I wanted to analyze a human being who fought for a living but who was nonetheless a human being. I wanted a guy who would act, react, feel and think without sounding like the stereotyped, cauliflower-eared, punchy human wreck who has now become so familiar that he’s funny. I wanted the dull, slow, painfully halting speech to elicit sympathy and understanding, but not a laugh… Requiem’s basic premise is that every man can and must search for his own dignity." Rod Serling




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