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The Twilight Zone: Found and Lost

A businessman is given a second chance to regain his first love.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x21
Production Number: 120
Airdate: Wednesday November 27th, 2002

Director: Vern Gillum
Story: Bill Mumy
Teleplay: Frederick Rappaport


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Guest Stars
Brian Austin Green
As Sean Moore (as Brian A. Green)
Moira Kelly
As Elizabeth Wicker

Co-Guest Stars
Marnie Alton
As Alicia
Marilyn Norry
As Jessica
Robbie Holloway
As 17 Year Old Sean
Vanessa Morley
As 15 Year Old Bess
Main Cast

Recap

Businessman Sean Moore arrives at his office and prepares to make a major deal. His secretary Kate checks in with him, noting his mother’s birthday is the next day. Sean casually dismisses it as well as an interview he has with a reporter. The secretary convinces him to talk to the reporter and he reluctantly talks to her. The reporter, Elizabeth Carter, wonders why Sean is selling the business he helped build and he boasts that greed is good. Elizabeth asks him about a baseball that his father gave him as a child and sold for $8,000. Sean grows tired of the conversation and cuts the interview short. Elizabeth leaves and Sean complains to Kate about his headache. He opens his drawer to get some aspirin… and finds the baseball. He realizes it’s the baseball he sold sixteen years ago...

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Episode Quotes
Host: (opening narration) Sean Moore, a man on the eve of attaining a level of wealth that most of us can only dream about. But the choices Sean made to get to this point are about to come back to haunt him, courtesy of The Twilight Zone.

Host: (closing narration) They say you can't go home again. But tell that to Sean Moore who traded his fortune for the most precious gift of all, a chance to wipe the slate clean and start life anew.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorRod Serling
Executive ProducerMark Stern  |  John Watson  |  Ira Steven Behr  |  Pen Densham
Co-Executive ProducerJohn Peter Kousakis  |  Brent V. Friedman
Co-ProducerPatrice Allen  |  Anne Tabor
Consulting ProducerForest Whitaker  |  Frederick Rappaport  |  James Crocker
Production DesignerMark S. Freeborn
EditorElba Sanchez-Short
CastingLiz Melcher  |  Holly Powell  |  Michelle Allen  |  Tami Nasu  |  Lisa Ratke  |  Helen Diament
First Assistant DirectorJack Hardy (1)
Second Assistant DirectorRoger Russell
MusicMark Snow  |  Marius Constant  |  Jonathan Davis (1)
Music EditorStuart Goetz
Costume DesignerDiane Widas
Key GripDavid J. Dawson
Camera OperatorNeil Seale
Set DecoratorMark Lane
Location ManagerMichael C. Young  |  Bill Burns (2)
Property MasterChristopher Cooper
Construction CoordinatorMike Rennison
Production Sound MixerMichael Williamson (3)
Script SupervisorHelga Ungurait
Production CoordinatorJennifer Metcalf  |  Susan Crawford
Script CoordinatorKurt A. Langenhahn
Assistant EditorDana Shockley  |  Dino Delorenzo
Post Production SupervisorAdam Mann  |  Ruth Hawryluk  |  Nancy Valle
Supervising Sound EditorMark Kamps
Re-Recording MixerCraig M. Otte  |  Gary Montgomery
GafferJeffrey Pentecost
OtherJames W. Riley (Visual Effects Supervisor)  |  Matt Gore (Visual Effects Supervisor)
Director of PhotographyRick Maguire
Stunt CoordinatorLou Bollo
Art DirectorCatherine Ircha
Post Production CoordinatorStephanie Thompson
Production ManagementPatrice Allen
Special EffectsBob Comer  |  Dan Keeler
Executive Story EditorChristopher Mack (2)
Key Makeup ArtistYvonne Weber
Production AccountantDebera Barager
Post Production EditorGary McFarland
Key HairstylistDanna Rutherford
Executive In Charge Of ProductionJayne Bieber
 
Warning: The Twilight Zone season 1 episode 21 guide may contain spoilers
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