The Twilight Zone (1985–1989)
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The Elevator/To See the Invisible Man/Tooth and Consequences 

Brothers Will and Roger use THE ELEVATOR to locate their father's growth serum, which was developed to ensure a plentiful food supply. In TO SEE THE INVISIBLE MAN, emotionally cold Mitchell... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Geoffreys ... Will (segment "The Elevator")
Robert Prescott Robert Prescott ... Roger (segment "The Elevator")
Douglas Emerson ... Young Roger (segment "The Elevator")
Brandon Bluhm Brandon Bluhm ... Young Will (segment "The Elevator")
Cotter Smith ... Mitchell Chaplin (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Karlene Crockett Karlene Crockett ... Invisible Woman (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Mary-Robin Redd Mary-Robin Redd ... Margaret (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Peter Hobbs ... Bennett Gershe (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Bonnie Campbell-Britton Bonnie Campbell-Britton ... Woman (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Jack Gallagher Jack Gallagher ... Comic (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Kenneth Danziger ... Maitre d' (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Richard Jamison Richard Jamison ... Guard No. 1 (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Chris McCarty ... Business Man (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Karla Richards Karla Richards ... Waitress (segment "To See the Invisible Man")
Rebecca Robertson Rebecca Robertson ... Nurse (segment "To See the Invisible Man")


Brothers Will and Roger use THE ELEVATOR to locate their father's growth serum, which was developed to ensure a plentiful food supply. In TO SEE THE INVISIBLE MAN, emotionally cold Mitchell Chaplin is sentenced to one year of social invisibility as punishment. In TOOTH AND CONSEQUENCES, despondent dentist Myron Mandel receives a visit from the Tooth Fairy. Written by Anonymous

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31 January 1986 (UK) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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"The Elevator" has no narration, at either the beginning or the end. "Tooth and Consequences" has no opening narration. See more »


[First line of "To See the Invisible Man"]
Narrator: It's a world much like our own, yet much unlike it. A twisted mirror of reality, in which a man can find himself cast out, made invisible by public acclamation, belonging no longer to society, but only to the gray reaches... of the Twilight Zone.
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A night surprise/Social Invisibility/A fairy train trip to a downtrodden life!
9 February 2008 | by Danny BlankenshipSee all my reviews

Episode 16 of "The New Twilight Zone" on CBS from the 1985 and 1986 season featured three segments "The Elevator", "To See the Invisible Man", and "Tooth and Consequences".

"The Elevator" is a neat spooky little tale about two brothers who decide one night to go to their father's unattended lab with plans to steal his growth serum only a big surprise is in store at the end! "To See the Invisible Man" a man Mitchell Chaplin is sentenced to punishment of many years of being invisible. The reason being was his cold attitude to society it's now like no one notices him a lesson that he learns is he wants another shot to be good in life. Really a neat tale and concept that has a good moral story that teaches life's little lesson of kindness.

"Tooth and Consequences" has a lonely and depressed dentist who's burned out and wanting a new start of life especially with love and romance. Never fear enter the tooth fairy to make all his wishes come true with demanding love, and a room full of patients. Only be careful what you wish for and don't bite off more than you can chew! As happiness and contentment may be found on a train ride to toothless poverty. Really best segment of the episode.

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