Horace Ford is a toy designer. He is enthusiastic about what he does and has fond memories of the games he played as a child. Lately, he is forever talking about his childhood, obssessing in fact, over those little childhood moments that brought him great joy. His mother however doesn't quite remember their time living on Randolph St. as such a great time in their lives. He goes to visit his old neighborhood but when he gets there, he seems to have stepped back in time. He returns to the street several times and the scene repeats itself over and over. He realizes his childhood wasn't the wonderful time he remembered.Written by
This episode takes place in June 1963 and June 1935. See more »
Although the flashback scenes take place in June 1935, a poster for the 1938 film The Toy Wife is seen. See more »
Exit Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ford, who have lived through a bizarre moment not to be calibrated on normal clocks or watches. Time has passed, to be sure, but it's the special time in the special place known as - the Twilight Zone.
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Pat Hingle stars as Horace Ford, a toy designer who is really just a boy in a mans body, as he frequently talks in an over-excited manner about how great his childhood was, where all he did was play fun games with no responsibilities. This greatly troubles his wife and mother(who still lives with them) so they plan a surprise birthday party for him, but he instead takes a nostalgic trip down his childhood street, but is stunned to see it unchanged, and becomes fascinated then alarmed by a group of boys who plot about getting back at a kid who didn't invite them to his birthday party... Hingle portrays a most overbearing title character who is far from incredible, thus making this obvious parable an acquired taste.
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