2."The Twilight Zone"
In mere seconds, these credits put viewers in a state of modern anxiety and
paranoia. Rod Serlings storytellers voice urged us into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas, while the graphics -- a door, an eyeball, a clock -- revealed an otherworldly dimension. Beginning in
season 2, Serling used the signature theme music (Etrange No. 3, composed
by Marius Constant) that has become synonymous with creepiness.
Pictured,"The Twilight Zone" opening credits.
Video: 'The Twilight Zone' opening title sequence (YouTube)