The Second Hundred Years: Season 1, Episode 1

Dear Father Come Home with Me Now (6 Sep. 1967)

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After 67 years frozen in an Alaskan glacier, Luke Carpenter is returned to his 67 year old son. The 19th century prospector has no knowledge of the 20th century and looks exactly like his stuck up button down grandson Ken.

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Luke / Ken Carpenter
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Frank Maxwell ...
Col. Garroway
Judson Pratt ...
Policeman
Nora Denney ...
Woman (as Dodo Denney)
Susan Browning ...
Miss Keyes
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After 67 years frozen in an Alaskan glacier, Luke Carpenter is returned to his 67 year old son. The 19th century prospector has no knowledge of the 20th century and looks exactly like his stuck up button down grandson Ken.

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The title is based upon the plea from the son of a man wasting his life in a saloon as portrayed by the nineteenth century temperance movement. See more »

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