Tim stands to inherent some money from the estate of Martha and Ralph O'Hara. The only things standing in his way are a relative, Clarence O'Hara who would inherit the estate otherwise, and... See full summary »

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Clarence
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Walter Poppe
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Ralph O'Hara
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Martha O'Hara (as Sue Taylor)
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Tim stands to inherent some money from the estate of Martha and Ralph O'Hara. The only things standing in his way are a relative, Clarence O'Hara who would inherit the estate otherwise, and Martin, who Clarence insists should not exist in the rightful O'Hara family. He feels he is an authority as his father was county recorder. Tim truly is the rightful heir, and tries to legitimize Martin. Using the CCTBS (the time machine), Tim suggests that Martin go back to January 15, 1920, the day that Martha and Ralph register the name of their newborn son, Frank, and use his Martian powers to get them to name the baby Martin instead. Martin refuses, so Tim takes the CCTBS and embarks on this mission by himself. He is successful in the getting to the records office when he wants, and successful in convincing at least Ralph to name the baby Martin, but not as successful getting home as he winds up in 1945 Cleveland instead. It is a fateful stop as there he finds out that Frank aka Martin has ... Written by Huggo

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2 January 1966 (USA)  »

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The title is from the expression, "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow". See more »

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The pendulum in the wall clock in the county recorder's office is not moving when the clock is shown, just before the camera pans down to the calendar. See more »

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