2 Be Young Again: Info Zone 1

Hey! My breasts have gone!
(9 years old) I lost my sock...
(5 years old) I'm afraid I can't wear this sweater any more.
(3 years old) Help me! I don't wanna be BABY!
(2 years old) But it is comfortable. I'm sleepy....
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AA: age-appropriate clothing or clothes grow too aP: age Progression Ar: Age regression CB: clothes burst or rip RN: return to normal ST: Soul Transfer UC: undersized clothing


Baby Bottle Pop

TV Commercial

Kids have the head of babies as long they eat the candy "Baby Bottle Pop". One boy's head morphs back to normal when he runs out of candy.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Baby Burletsques

TV Series: Season 0?; Episode #??: Polly Tix

The joke behind these shorts was to have adult plots enacted by 3 to 5-year-old kids dressed only in diapers held together by a large safety pin in the front. Some extra clothing may be added to suggests a kid's character, such as a millionaire also wearing a top hat, French cuffs (no shirt) and spas over bare feet.

The 'Polly Tix in Washington' centered around a plot to ruin a senator by getting him involved in a sex scandal. The vamp hired to seduce the senator is none other than a 3-year-old Shirley Temple. In her first scene, she is seen at a scaled-down dressing table sitting in toddler-size lingerie (a bra and lace step-ins). But when she arrives at the senator's office, she is in the standard diaper with pearl necklace and a stylishly placed feather in her hair. Yes, Shirley Temple appeared topless in movies before her big break. There is no AR in this, but it sure looks like somebody ARed the whole world!

Baby Burletsques, eh? It sounds terminally adorable. Heh, what in the world were they smoking back then? Cause I want some! ;)- The Oni.

Baby Geniuses


All babies are born knowing the "secrets of the universe" and with the ability to speak with each other. What adults hear as baby-talk is actually sophisticated conversation. But when babies reach two years old and begin to speak our language in full sentences, they "cross over"-- forgetting their secret language and bEcoming "one of us." In BABY GENIUSES, Doctor Elena Kinder (Turner) is an intelligent, scheming and wildly ambitious woman. She heads BABYCO, the world's largest corporation that manufactures products for babies. However, what the public does not know is that she also funds a secret research lab, together with her partner in crime, Doctor Heap (Lloyd), devoted solely to cracking the code to this special baby language which she is sure does exist. It will mean enormous profit and power if she is the first to do it. But when Sly, the best and brightest of these baby geniuses, escapes from the secret lab into the outside world, Drs.. Kinder and Heap have to get him back before he blows the lid off of their secret forever. Sly organizes the babies in the outside world to invade the secret lab in order to free the baby geniuses and bring down Doctor Kinder's evil empire.

Baby Looney Tunes

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #30: "Act Your Age" (Nov 20, 2002)

A baby looney tunes episode that has sort of ar in it. Bugs, Daffy, and selvester want to see who can act like a baby more so they start acting like babies, younger littler babies and Granny treats them like babies more to show that babies don't have it made.

-- Tazz

Backward, Turn Backward

Book? by Wilmar H. Shirats

A professor sends a woman mentally back into her past.

-- Brat

The Backwards Watch

Book by Eric Houghton

Granddad tells Sally that he never got dirty when he was her age, but when she winds his watch backwards and turns him back into a little boy he proves to be delightfully untidy.


Baffling Mysteries #12

Ace Comic Book: [Short Story] (12/01/1952)

A woman is aged to death after looking into a curse mirror. (Female/aP)

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk

Bakunyuu Fullnelson

Manga: (02/30/2011)

Michael from Macross Frontier was reverted. (male AR)

-- Crash Ichimonji

Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger

Anime Series: Season #01?; Episode #37-47: ()

Child-like metaron, daughter of Asuka and Mahoro until the Dino-Earth Dezumozorlya entered Mahoro's body and created an infant to serve as its host. She was later force-grown into an adult. (APed)

-- Visible Time


Comic Strip: by Hector D. Cantu and Carlos Castellanos (08/22/2004)

Simple, but cute. (Ar/aP)

-- Guest


Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #01: "Bananaman Meets Dr Gloom" (10/03/1983)

Eric's enemies, Doctor Gloom and General Blight, have been up tot here nasty tricks again, and it's up to Eric to sort them out. Doctor Gloom manages to turn Bananaman into a baby but somehow, crow helps out Bananaman into turning Doctor Gloom into a baby. Bananaman had won again!

Bang Crunch

Book: by Neil Smith (2007)

Debut volume with 9 stories. The title story is about an 8 year old girl with Fred Hoyle syndrome, in which the aging process is speeded up and then reverses. Eepie Carpetrod won't live much beyond her 10th birthday. She ages a month a day, and by the time her mother trots her to a doctor her vocabulary has ballooned, she has grown 12 inches, has mastered longhand and long division and has read Madame Bovary. Her mum argues she's eternal, her mind and soul expanding forever like the universe, an allusion to the Big Bang theory. She knows her death will be her brain collapsing under its own weight, the Big Crunch. The pace is frenetic, to match Eepie's experience of life, and the 2nd-person narration is weirdly effective in its matter-of-factness (you know, you live, you die). The disease whisks her forward in time, then back. She may be the first character in fiction to expand and contract with the universe. (AP, AR)

Banned Book

Movie: by Betsy Schneider

"Since her birth in 1997 I have made 2 photographs of my daughter Madeleine every day. She is standing up and looking straight into the camera. When my son Viktor was born in 2002, I expanded the project to document his development. Each day I make a full length vertical image of each child and a horizontal shot of their face. The aim of these pictures is not to provoke or to shock. The idea is to show time, change and growth. I came to it wanting to keep a record, wanting to hold on. More than 5 years later it remains an integral part of our lives, the first (sometimes the only) thing we do together each day. I decided that the body-shot would be unclothed for what seemed to me to be quite obvious reasons: I wanted to show how the body changes over time, I also wanted to record the incidental changes which happen day to day: their cuts and bruises, dirt, drawings on themselves, temporary tattoos, tans and sunburns. With clothes on, the work would have been more about what they wore each day, I am more interested in what their bodies look like each day. The work is very much about the child's body: the way it grows and absorbs life as well as the way the child's relationship to his/her body changes over time. I have found that people respond more strongly to the movement and the changes in the body-shots than the headshots. I am working on morphing the headshots into a video which I plan to eventually have as an extension of the work. The images are divided into 63 day / 9 week blocks, the digital prints measuring approximately 42x50 inches/110x130cm. The tiny, gradual changes in a child's development become the raw record of an individual's growth." (banned AP project)

- Visible Time

Bantu myths and other tales

Book: By Jan Knappert (12/30/1977)

Possible Ar.

[Spirit-man changed into a baby]

-- Jeffr_2bya

Barbarian Queen 2: The Empress Strikes Back

Movie: (1989)

(AP) King Ankaris' young daughter Tamas (Celilia Tijerina) uses black magic to transform herself and seduce Aurion. She prays to a small version of the Mona Lisa to make her an adult, and after a brilliant magical display she is turned into a grown up woman. She uses this "disguise" to infiltrate the rebel camp but then quickly blows her cover by saying a bunch of totally characteristic things and by trying to kill everyone. She returns to the castle and is killed by her own father. When she changes back into a little girl, he realizes that he has killed the joy of his life and quickly takes his own life. How can anyone who's ever spoken with 14 year old Tamis not recognize that voice? Tamis has some crazy accent that's pretty much unmistakable. She doesn't look all that different. Basically she transforms from a teenaged girl into a teenaged girl with slut makeup and permed hair. So the extent of Tamis magical powers is to have makeup magically applied and get her hair permed?

-- Visible Time

Barcelona City Council

TV Commercial: Don't double park" "Barcelona Car" (2007)

(AP AA flash forward, old age, male old age) Growing family has no alternative but to live in car for years thanks to succession of inconsiderate drivers. Video link: www.firebrand.com.

-- Visible Time

Bart Simpson Comics #37

Comic Book: "?" (06/13/2007)

Bartman goes mono y loco with Dr. Colossus when Springfield’s resident supervillain uses a special ray to turn everyone in town into a ten-year-old! But the colossal crackpot has met his match when Bart gathers the largest super team of ten-year-olds ever assembled for an assault on Death Mountain! Can Bartman and the ten-year-old townspeople save Springfield… before their bedtime? (f/m Ar)

-- Blastoise

Basil Brush

UK TV Series: Comedy: "Thanks a Million" (01/19/2006)

Aunt Maddie gets a makeover all over, except for her feet which remain old due to the fact that she ran out of cash. (ARed)

-- Grim


Cartoon Anime OVA Series: Season 01; Episode #01: "Resurrection of the Warlock"

The Four Lords Of Havoc and their Invincible Sorcerer Kebidabu are staging an attack on the kingdom of Meta-Rikana. As everyone is evacuated into safer parts, the Great Priest Geo must make a difficult decision. He decides to revive their greatest enemy, Dark Schneider, in an attempt to save Meta-Rickana. There's only one problem...he couldn't care less. Dark Schneider reverts back into a little boy. (ARed)

-- Chica


Cartoon Anime OVA Series: Season 01; Episode #04: "The Immortal King Di-Amon"

Dark Schneider leaves on a small bit of personal business with another of the Four Lords Of Havoc. The only problem, he didn't tell anyone where he was going. Yoko and three Holy Swords (virtuous female paladins) of Meta-Rikana set out to find him. The only question is, can they survive an encounter with the immortal vampire King Di-Amon long enough for Dark Schneider to save them.. (AS)

-- Chica

Batman #107

Comic Book: DC Comics: May 1957 -- (reprinted in Batman Annual #?) "The Grown-up Boy Wonder"

Robin open a box filled with unknown gas. Now an adult, he fights alongside Batman as his new partner, Owlman

Batman #147

Comic Book: DC Comics: "Batman becomes Bat-baby"

National Periodical Publications (DC) -- May 1962 Scientist's device 'squishes' Batman to the form of a 5-year-old (AR, ).



Batman #182

Comic Book: DC Comics: "Batman, Junior and Robin, Senior!" (Jul. - Aug. 1966)

Two stolen gas canisters: one Ages, one de-Ages. Batman inhales one (AR, RN); Robin the other (AP, RN). Several IBs affected (AR, AP). The two heroes continue to fight crime in their original (re-sized) costumes, even at their new Ages/sizes. [Reprint from Detective #318 - Apr. 1955]


TV Series: Season 01; Episode #22: "The Joker's Provokers" Part 2 (2nd Season (60's))

In one episode, the Joker used a strange electronic device which, when combined with a drug, could freeze people in time or make time go backwards. In part 2 of the adventure, the Joker and his henchmen are at the Gotham City water works, ready to taint the town's water supply. But a disguised Alfred turns the tablets on the bad guys, stealing the device and freezing each of them in time one by one. When the Joker's gun moll lurches at Alfred, he points the device at her and twists the knob. She freezes for a split second, then she is replaced by an eight-year-old girl saying "Mommy?" Alfred realizes his mistake and changes her back. (quick cut)

Batman: The Animated Series

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #06: "House And Garden" (05/02/1994)

Poison Ivy appears to have gone straight and become suburban homemaker, nevertheless Batman suspects her of a series of plant based crimes in Gotham City.

-- Tazz

Batman: The Animated Series

Cartoon TV Series: Season 03; Episode #04: "Baby-Doll" (10/01/1994)

An unaging former child star, now grown bitter and insane, kidnaps her Tv family and holds them prisoner on an abandoned sound stage. Mary Louise Dahl stopped aging at approximately 6. She carries a doll that shoots bullets through its eye socket. While Robin works to free the actors from Baby-Doll's explosive death-trap, Batman pursues the tiny fiend through a deadly carnival fun house. Baby is confronted with a distorted reflection of herself that, in her mind, resembles what she would look like if she had a normal body. She gives a pained, rambling apology speech in the voice of an adult woman. The New Batman Adventures "Love Is a Croc" 1998. Baby Doll teams up with Killer Croc until she realizes he doesn't love her.

- Although Baby Doll is based on Baby Jaane, her appearance and stunted growth are taken from an Infinity Inc. villain named "Baby Boom", a woman whose body stopped aging at childhood due to genetic experimentation on her as a fetus. (Age Stasis)

-- Visible Time & Jeffr_2bya

Batman: The Animated Series

Cartoon Series: Season 04; Episode 18: "The Demon Within" (1992)

Jason Blood starts aging after losing his demon half. (Male aP)

-- Akira

Batman and the Outsiders #8

Comic Book: DC Comics: "The Hand That Rocks The Cradle"

DC Comics -- Mar. 1984 Tannarak is APing babies in a hospital, not only to provide himself with a new body, but to do his bidding and drain their life force. (AP).


Batman and The Super 7

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #21: "Future Tense" ("Super Stretch & Microwoman" segment of 'B&S7' program)

While Stretch is sent to the future on a mission, people in the present AR faster and faster. (This series was also titled "Tarzan & The Super 7")



Batman Beyond #5

Comic Book: DC Comics: "Mummy, Oh! And Juliet" (July 1999)

A mummy searches for his bride. In order to maintain his life force he must drain others of theirs. Causing rapid aging in his victems. (Minor aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Batman Beyond

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #04: "Lost Soul" (09-Oct-1999)

Terry must fight the batsuit when it is taken over by the virtual soul of a dead communications tycoon. Without the aid of the suit, he must save the man's grandson from bEcoming a vehicle for his virtual brain. (Mental/Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Batman Beyond

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #08: "Hooked Up" (13-Nov-1999)

Spellbinder returns with an addictive VR machine forcing kids to steal in order to have more time in their perfect worlds. When Max becomes addicted to the fantasy world, Batman must bring her and the others back to reality before their minds burn out. (Mental/Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Batman Beyond

Cartoon Series: Season 03; Episode #05: "Out of The Past" (21-Oct-2000)

Bruce and Terry see Tanya (old Batman's former lover interest who her father has the secret of youth) she is young again since she used her evil father's youth thing and asks Bruce if he would want to be young again. He does and looks like what he did in the old cartoon except a few black hairs. Later he decided to turn back.

-- Tazz


Batman Beyond Return Of The Joker

Comic Book: DC Comics: (2001)

The Joker has returned and looks unchanged from the day he was killed. (AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya


Batman Beyond Return Of The Joker

Movie: (2001)

Same as the comic book in storyline. The Joker has returned and looks unchanged from the day he was killed. (AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya

The Batman Strikes! #33

Comic Book: DC Comics: "" (05/09/2007)

Poison Ivy's figured out the perfect way to get Batman out of her way…make The Batman into a Batboy! A now-young Bruce Wayne will have to fight alongside Batgirl and Robin through Poison Ivy's plant army and puberty!

Batman The Brave And The Bold

Cartoon Series: Season 03; Episode #03: "The Malicious Mr. Mind!" (04/08/2011)

Kamandi and Dr. Canus travel to the 20th century to find what they need to defeat the Misfit, but the villain and his robots follow them through the time portal. To defeat the Misfit, Kamandi needs a 5-5 module. As the robots attack, Dr. Canus tries to recruit some nearby dogs without success. Meanwhile, Misfit blasts Batman and Kamandi through a window into a hardware store, and the boy hero finds his 5-5 modules: double-a batteries. Kamandi gets them to Dr. Canus, who plugs them into their secret weapon: a boom box. The sound waves destroy the robots and immobilize Misfit. As the future heroes leave, Dr. Canus admits that it's a shame that animals are held captive, and Batman warns him that Gotham has a leash law.

In Fawcett City, Dr. Sivana is on a rampage when Batman arrives to stop him. The Caped Crusader easily disarms him, but Sivana points out that he's gotten help. His new allies, the Monster Society of Evil, arrive to attack Batman. A WHIZ TV news van arrives, and Sivana realizes that Captain Marvel can't be far behind.

Billy and Mary Marvel meet with their friend Freddy Freeman, who is happy that they've loaned him a share of their powers. They overhear a newscast of the battle and recite their magic words, transforming into Captain Marvel, Mary Marvel, and Captain Marvel Jr.

Batman is overwhelmed but the Marvel Family arrives and attack he villains. Batman frees himself and together the heroes make short work of the Monster Society. Sivana whips out his newest weapon, an age-reversing ray. Batman is hit before the others can destroy the weapon, and Sivana uses a smoke grenade as cover so he and his Society can escape in a rocket. The Marvels check on Batman, who is now a ten-year-old.

At his secret lair, Sivana berates his allies for failing to steal the parts he needs for his death ray. However, a new villain enters and says that the problem is the Society's leadership. The villain boasts that he can increase the death ray's power a thousand fold, and he will use his mind control powers to turn the Marvels against each other. The Society votes Sivana out and accept their new leader: Mr. Mind, a small worm.

Batman briefly worries about his acne, but then sets out to track the lens that Sivana stole and the other components for the weapon. The one thing the Society doesn't have is a power source, and the Fawcett City provider is the only thing suitable.

The villains are stealing the fusion chamber, while Sivana complains to Mr. Mind. The leader tells him to leave the thinking to him, but Sivana points out that the Marvels are coming. Captain Marvel demands to know how to reverse the effects of the deaging ray. The ten-year-old Batman arrives late and the Society attacks. Unseen, Mr. Mind enters Mary Marvel's ear and takes control of her mind, turning her against Captain Marvel and Captain Marvel Jr. The villain then enters Captain Marvel Jr.'s ear and forces him to attack Captain Marvel. Meanwhile, Batman grows ever younger and finds himself fighting the Society. Mr. Mind enters Captain Marvel's mind and he attacks his sister and friend, complaining that they only have powers because of him. Batman tries to stop them while the villains escape with the collider. Mr. Mind slips away and boasts to Sivana that he has succeeded where the genius hasn't.

Back at the fight, Batman tricks Captain Marvel Jr. into saying his magical word, and the magic lightning strikes him and the others, transforming them back to their normal forms. The feelings of resentment are still there and the three of them leave, causing a toddler Batman to break into tears.

The next day, toddler Batman observes as each of the Marvels goes their separate ways, and determines a way to bring them back together. He starts leaving drawings for each of them, showing them fighting and toddler Batman in tears.

Mr. Mind puts the finishing touches on the death ray, but Sivana casts him to the ground and shoots the weapon at him to test it. Mr. Mind grows into a gigantic mantis-like creature, and explains that he counted on Sivana to double-cross him. The giant Mr. Mind goes on a rampage, but toddler Batman vows to stop him, realizing that the villain turned the Marvels against each other. However, the reunited Marvel Family arrives and attacks. As the villain fires beams of energy from its antenna, baby Batman runs to the growth ray projector and rewires it to become a shrinking ray. Batman attacks and draws Mr. Mind toward the growth ray projector, but is too small to reach the controls as he becomes even younger. However, he uses a Batarang to pull the lever, reverting Mr. Mind to his normal form. Once the Marvels arrive, baby Batman directs them to the growth ray, and they use it on him to undo the deaging effect. (Male Ar/RN)

-- John L.

Battletstar Galactica

TV Series: Season 0?; Episode #??: Unknown

A group of adults are turned into teens.

Bazooka Jules

Comic Book: Neil Googe comic: (????)

(CB, BE, 16 to 18 AP) What does it mean when a young girl suddenly finds herself in an adult body? Julie Glocke is just a nice little English girl. A lecherous computer with a wacky wish-granting style reads her mind. When evil comes knocking, Jules suddenly has a huge techno-bazooka and over-aired basketball boobs springing out through her clothes! Her hair is also longer. Now she's half-naked in the lunchroom, the boys in awe that their good friend suddenly became a super-heroine. When not in battle mode, Jules' guns of each type resume their former non-existence, as does her hair. When threatened, they return. After the professor's tests she sticks plasters on the outside of her shirt, to try to hold her shirt together should she need to grow up and out suddenly, and to draw attention to her breastal area so the boys and the reader remember to keep checking back there visually for the return of great things.

-- Visible Time

BBC Commercial

TV Commercial:

Dinda old age AR

-- FDM-Group, Tim

Be Young Again


(short story in "Future SF Stories" - Jul-Aug 1950) A youth potion has some unexpected side-effects.


BeanoMAX #58

Comic Book: "The Kick-Ass Koalas" (10/19/2011)

Crazed villain Doctor When zaps Britain with his time-reversing ray - turning everyone back into babies! Will the KICK-ASS KOALAS be able to stop him before the country runs out of nappies? (Female/male AR, female/male RN)

-- Entropic

Bearing An Hourglass

Book by Piers Anthony

When life seemed pointless to Norton, he accepted the position as the Incarnation of Time, even though it meant living backward from present to past ....



TV Series: Season 01; Episode #10: "Riddle of the Nymph" (1/15/00)

Dar and Tao have to rescue a Nymph who persuades people to drink the water which brings eternal youth. Nymph is forced to control a Fountain of Youth till someone solves the riddle. Several people are ared into children.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Because I'm The Goddess By Sham Neko

Manga Comic Book: Monthly Comic Gum. Vol. 1: author of "Mahou Tsukai Tai" (2003)

Pandora isn't always in her voluptuous form and turns into a normal girl at times. Pandora meets Aoi again in a teenage body. It's soon revealed that after she tests her goddess powers, her body turns into that of a teenager and in order to return to her regular self, she has to get a kiss from Aoi. Aoi is reluctant to take Pandora in, but eventually does so. He prefers her teenage form rather than her adult form.

-- Visible Time


TV Series: Season 01; Episode #15: 9/27/1996 "The Littlest Brattleborg"?

Boy & girl AP. age change (Akira)(morphing)

-- Visible Time


Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #01: "Critter Sitters" (09-Sep-1989)

After starting to babysit, Beetlejuice likes the baby so much he says "it makes me feel like a kid" and he turns into a baby til near the end.

-- Tazz


Cartoon Series: Season 04; Episode #34: "Time Flies" (24-Oct-1991)

Beetlejuice and the girl go to a time land and Beetlejuice turns into a baby and the girl becomes an old woman for a minute.

-- Tazz


Cartoon Series: Season 04; Episode #38: "Snugglejuice" (30-Oct-1991)

Beetlejuice is put on trial for a crime he didn't do he says "I'm as innocent as a new born baby" and he becomes a baby for a few seconds.

-- Tazz


Cartoon Series: Season 04; Episode #50: "Beetlegeezer" (15-Nov-1991)

Beetlejuice makes himself an old ghoul and hangs out with the girl's living grandmother. At the end him and the girl's father start crying and he says "You can call us cry babies" and they turn into babies.

-- Tazz



Ghostly couple are aged toward the end of the movie.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Before I Hang

Movie: (1935)

A physician on death row who experiments on a youth serum using the blood of a criminal. He is pardoned, but becomes a character similar to Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. (Possible Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Being John Malkovich

Movie: (2000)

People get to be John Malkovich for 15 mins. (Mind transfer)

- Visible Time

Beloona's Bridegroom: A Romance


(1887) A man travels to Mars where he discovers an ideal society where everyone speaks English and people age backwards.

Ben 10

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #09: "Last Laugh" (02/25/2006)

Upon discovering a mysterious device known as the Omnitrix, 10-year-old Ben Tennyson is bestowed with the power to change into 10 different alien heroes. Each alien hero has its own unique and awesome powers. Although Ben now has the added responsibility to protect others and fight evil forces, he still manages to find time for some mischief and fun. After dealing with some criminals at a dock, the trio finds their way to a circus run by a clown named Zombozo, much to Ben's chagrin. There, Ben's fear of clowns comes out as they explore. They find a freak show along the way, featuring a trio of mutants with incredible abilities. During Zombozo's show, Ben is too afraid to laugh and ends up leaving. His departure turns out to be for the best, since Zombozo drains the happiness of others to sustain and empower himself. Meanwhile, Ben finds the freaks robbing the town. Ben is able to beat them, but can't bring himself to fight Zombozo. He has to find a way, though, since Zombozo kidnaps Gwen and leaves the entire town in a chuckling daze. Gwen is prematurely aged due to Zombozo draining her soul. (F/aP/RN)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Ben 10

Cartoon Series: Season 04; Episode #03: "Don't Drink The Water" (07/26/2007)

After being in contact with water from the Fountain of Youth, Grandpa Max and Ben are reverted to being kids again. Now, Gwen is left to take care of them while stopping Hex from finding the fountain's source.

-- Slykid

Ben 10 Omniverse

Cartoon TV Series: Season 01; Episode #16: "Arrested Development" (01/05/2013)

The episode starts with Ben (as Humungousaur) fighting the robots from Dimension 12, when Billy Billions interrupts the battle. As Rook and Ben are about to be attacked, Billy activates a pocketwatch-like device that stops the robots in their tracks, making Ben and Rook realize that Billions isn't just an ordinary fan boy. Billions then reactivates the robots so that they may destroy Ben and Rook.

Eventually, Humungousaur and Rook defeat the robots. As Ben and Rook interrogate Billions. He then tells Ben that they went to the same middle school and also how he was in the same class as him as well. Billions kept going on and on about how Ben wasn't better than him, but just lucky. Then one night, while Ben was fighting an unknown villain as Diamondhead. Billy then fires off the Dimension 12 portal ray but the ray reflects off Diamondhead's back and hits Billy, sending him to Dimension 12. Billions continues saying that due to Dimension 12's timeless era, he stopped growing the last 5 years, but his brain continued to grow so he built a device that would give him control over the Dimension 12 robots he then had them construct a device that would teleport them to Earth. Meanwhile Ben is hardly paying any attention to him, stating that being a world famous hero, he's already heard these kindoff tales. It was at that point that Billions fires De-ager Ray at Ben and Rook, trapping them in their childhood form.

Billions then states that now they will know what it's like to look like a kid for the rest of their lives and sends in more robots. As Ben tries to transform, the Omnitrix seemed to have locked him out (due to his altered state) and now must offer other means of identification. After doing so, he changes into Ball Weevil and begins to lure the robots away from the city. After a brief fight Ben and Rook report at Plumber's HQ.

At this time, Billy due to his arrogance overloads his pocketwatch and loses control over Computron's minions. Ben, Rook and Billy then reach the top of the Billions tower. Ben turns into Bloxx instead of Shocksquatch and destroys some of the robots. A quarrel between Billy and Rook makes Billy accidentally start a function in the Proto-Tool which defeats all the Computron's minions and overloads the Dimension 12 portal which starts sucking things in it. Ben saves Billy from getting sucked into the portal and Rook shuts it down. Ben and Rook change back into their normal age from the De-ager Ray.

Later, Ben is seen giving interviews and Billy getting arrested by the Plumbers for unleashing an alien invasion.

-- Steven

Ben 10 Omniverse

Cartoon TV Series: Season 01; Episode #18: "Ben Again" (01/19/2013)

The episode begins with young Ben (as XLR8) battling Eon for the first time then it shows teen Ben (as Diamondhead) battling Eon again. Just then when both Ben's time out both Eon's grab the Omnitrix's causing an explosion. When teen Ben awakes he's in young Ben's body, but doesn't notice and thinks his Omnitrix changed to look like his old Omnitrix. So Ben changed into Ditto and fought Eon, but Eon disappears and the Ditto's think they pummeled Eon into oblivion. But when Gwen and Grandpa Max arrive Ben turns back to normal and is shocked that Gwen's younger and he is to. Ben tries to tell them he's a teenager and that Eon brought him here, Gwen and Max do wonder why Ben's voice is different. So they ask Ben where young Ben is then it shows young Ben in teen Ben's body which young Ben loves. Rook and Max also wonder why their Ben's voice is different just then Eon appears and Ben is about to fight, but Ben notices the new Omnitrix and all the aliens and says this is the best day ever! When Eon mentions Professor Paradox Ben is confused and Eon remembers young Ben hasn't meet him yet and realizes Paradox will go to teen Ben. Back in the past Gwen asks Ben what's she like and Ben says he misses her making Gwen think she's dead, but Ben corrects her that she just goes to college early. Max tells Ben he should stop telling them about the future just then Paradox appears with a lot more features on his clothes and says it's because of a time war. Max and Gwen are confused and Paradox introduces himself and Ben and Paradox talk in private Paradox tells Ben Eon wants nothing less than absolute power over everything. Paradox tells Ben he trapped Eon in this timeline and that he can only travel to the past, present, and future. He also says the key to get out is with Paradox's Chrononavigator (his pocket watch) which is like a GPS for the multiverse. Just then Eon reappears and Paradox and Eon get in a fight and Eon cuts off Paradox's robotic hand. Before Eon and Paradox leaves Paradox gives Ben a clue to where his crononavigator is and Ben realizes its his robotic hand because Paradox said well in hand. Ben ponders what to do, weirding Gwen out because of how much more mature he is compared to his younger self. He then comes up with an idea, making Gwen promise to find him no matter where he is in EXACTLY five years from now; he leaves with the robot hand to hide it. At the plumber headquarters young Ben is being mischievous Rook wonder's if there's someone who has experience with young Ben. Then you hear an I do which was from Gwen asks if Ben's mentally 11 Ben examines Gwen and says she's still a dweeb. Rooks asks why Gwen's here, and she explains the promise teen Ben made her keep. Ben says it wasn't him and Max wonder's if his 16 year old mind got sent back to his 11 year old body which he calls a cross time brain swap. Rook asks if she recalls anything else, to which Gwen replies she has to take Ben to Mr. Smoothy's, to which Ben replies gross! However, Rook points out that teen Ben loves smoothies, something the confuses the younger Ben.

Then Gwen tells Ben that in the future, this is where they and Kevin used to hang out. This makes Ben wonder who "Kevin" is, only to be shocked to find out it's Kevin Levin. Gwen tries to explain Kevin changed and became a good guy, but her tone immediately makes the younger Ben realise she's dating Kevin; he finds this grosser than smoothies. Examining their surroundings, Rook points out that there is a Sumo Slammer sticker on a pole. Gwen says Ben should look at the top of the pole so Ben turns into Diamondhead and see some co-ordinates along with Armodrillo scribbled. Then they follow the co-ordinates and reach Pakmar's new place. The Pakmar-place-Ben-comes-destroys gag reoccurs when Armodrillo digs into a specific point (as per the co-ordinates) and find another no. written down there but accidentally hit a pipeline and the trio run away with Pakmar's place flooding. Then Ben turns different aliens to find hidden co-ordinates (Goop to see in a tap, NRG to go in Hot Reactors and Wildmutt to search the ground and dig.) They finally come back to Mr. Smoothy's and Gwen says why would Ben do all that clue-thing to just come back where you started to which Ben replies that nobody would look for the treasure, if the treasure is hidden at the place you started to which Gwen agrees was a clever plan. Ben turns to Big Chill and gets the Chrono-navigator from the Mr. Smoothy's vendor. Then he tries to check (acts like shooting and then backscratches) what it is when Eon comes and takes it.

Eon explains that what the dim-witted Ben had is the key to the multi-verse, summoning his minions to fight. However, as they're defeated and Eon continues to call more, the portal they came out don't close. Now both the present and past Ben and Gwens can see each other. teen Ben turns into Wildvine to reach into the past to take the Chrononavigator from Eon, but is repelled. Paradox appears in another portal, berating Eon for not listening to him about the dangers of messing with space/time. Gwen tells her younger self a spell that can free Paradox from his imprisonment. Both cast the spell and succeeded in freeing the professor, who promptly tells both Bens to turn into Clockwork to trap Eon between both points in time to restore order to the universe. However, teen Ben points out Clockwork is not available in the prototype Omnitrix. Paradox counters by explaining that both Omnitrixes are synced to each other now thanks to Eon's bumbling, allowing the prototype to access the DNA needed for the transformation. Both Ben turn into Clockwork and blast Eon from both points in time. Young Ben quickly deduce their memories of the event and the event itself will be erased.

Time is restored to normal, with teen Ben and Rook enjoying smoothies outside Mr. Smoothies. Ben is bored, hoping something for some universal calamity; Rook agrees, hoping something interesting will happen. At that very moment, Ben 10,000 (Ben 10) arrives through a green portal, asking teen Ben for Paradox's location. He informs his younger self the Chronosapiens had gone rogue and Maltruence's temporal beasts are on a inter-dimensional rampage, said this time war is getting out of hand. Teen Ben is delighted to hear about a "Time War", finding the idea awesome. (Mental Male Mind Switch)

-- Steven

Ben 10: Race Against Time

Movie: Live Action (11/21/2007)

Ben 10: Race Against Time is a live-action adaptation of the animated television series Ben 10 created by Man of Action. The working title was previously Ben 10 in the Hands of Armageddon. Directed by Alex Winter,in the USA as a Cartoon Network original movie. Eon the bad guy has the power to age people into old age. (aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Ben 10 Ultimate Alien

TV Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #22: "A Knight to Remember" (12/02/2011)

Vilgax gets the followers of Diagon to lead him to the Dragon's heart. While the leader of the Forever Knights (Old George) heads out to retrieve his sword (Axelion, which Azmuth created). Ben realizes that many different threads are converging, but can he stop them in time. Saint George returns to his prime after recovering his sword. (Old age to Young Male Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Ben 10 Ultimate Alien

TV Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #23: "Solitary Alignment" (/0/2011)

Azmuth sheds some light on how Old George obtained the sword and battled Dagon. Shown in recap of the last episode; Saint George returns to his prime after recovering his sword. (Old age to Young Male Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

The Benny Hill Show

TV Series: Season 0?; Episode #??:

A woman dressed as Wonder Woman spins into an old lady super hero

-- Wonder Gran

Bernard and the Genie

Movie: (UK 1991)

Genie grants children's wishes. One child enters as a little boy and comes out a full grown man.

-- Visible Time

Best of Fritz Leiber

Book: (12/30/1974)

I'm a big fan of Leiber's work, mostly in the vein of the Gray Mouser and Fafhrd stories. Thus, I was somewhat disappointed to discover that the works in this volume didn't really veer toward the sword and sorcery style of fantasy. However, that disappointment was short lived as I got into the collection, and while I can't say that the science fantasy and more straight sci-fi stories have held up over time (some are particularly dated) - nor can I say that Leiber approaches the talents of Bradbury or Asimov - the collection was overall more pleasant than not and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to a Leiber fan.

-- Steven Warfield


Best Short Stories of J. G. Ballard?

Short Story: "Mr F is Mr F" by Ballard, J.G.

Woman convinces man that she is having his baby. However, as he gets younger and younger he realizes that he IS the baby. He becomes so young that she has complete control and finally gives birth to him in reverse. After 9 months his friend is invited over, and they unconceive the child. It is revealed that she has done this over and over by the collection of wedding rings at the end. (Male AR, unbirthing)

-- Time

Betsy Schneider

Book: US photographic artist; (2004)

Whose work features full-frontal nude shots of her daughter Madeleine from the age of 9 weeks to 5 years.

-- Visible Time

Betty and Veronica Double Digest Magazine #106

Comic Book: "The Flower of Youth" (Archie Comic Publications -- Jul. 2002)

Little Sabrina thinks the teachers and staff at school have forgotten what it is like to be a kid, so whips up some magic flowers that let them re-experience it. (AR, RN).

(ed. request: There was an earlier Archie story wherein both Mr. Weatherbee and Miss Grundy reverted to teens after exposure to a ray from a UFO. Anyone have data or issue # info on this one?


Betty Boop

Cartoon: "Betty Boop, M.D." (09/02/1932)

After drinking a potion a old man is turned into a baby. A baby is turned into a old man after taking a drink as well.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Beverly Hillbillies

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #01: "The Clampets Strike Oil" (CB) 1962 pilot

Elly May has to stop wearing boys' shirts because she keeps popping the buttons.

-- Visible Time

Beware #10

Comic Book: Trojan Magazines: "The Thing In The Fens" (07/01/1954)

Scientists are trying to discover the secret formula that will give people long life when they are attacked by a zombie. (Male/Ar)

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk


TV Series: Season 02; Episode #07: "Trick Or Treat" (10/28/65)

Despite Endora's demand that Samantha accompany her to a witches celebration of Halloween, Darrin insists that his wife remain at home to entertain Louise and Larry Tate, Jack Rogers, a client and his wife, Phyllis. Disguising herself as a child in a gypsy costume, Endora hexes Darrin with a spell which will gradually turn him into a werewolf. When Samantha demands that her mother remove the spell, Endora tells her she can't remember the words. After the gets arrive, Darrin is forced to go out of the room from time to time to shave off the werewolf hair which is beginning to grow all over him. Finally, when dinner arrives, Darrin stars snarling and jumps through an open window. Larry and Jack, sure that Darrin is in werewolf costume, bring him back into the house. Darrin, fearful of what he might do, gets Samantha to lock him in the hall closet. Endora reappears in a high fashion evening gown. When Samantha tells her she is behaving exactly like the stereotype of a witch she hates so much, Endora returns Darrin to his normal self. Later, Jack, certain Endora is also garbed for Halloween, compliments her on her bizarre outfit. Endora gestures, and a lion's tail appears on Jack. Endora tells Darrin Jack won't notice it until he tries to remove his trousers.



TV Series: Season 02; Episode #10: "Junior Executive" (11/18/65)

Darrin is struggling to create an advertising campaign for a toy ship model manufactured by Mr. Harding. When Samantha wonders whether the Stephens' baby will look like his father, Endora turns Darrin into an eight-year-old. Returned to normal, Darrin goes to his office. Samantha repeats a disparaging remark Darrin made about Endora. Piqued, Endora turns Darrin into a boy at his office. Mr. Harding sees Darrin and compliments Larry on hiring a child to devise a campaign for a toy. Samantha tests magic to return Darrin to normal size but is called on time after time to change him from man to boy when Harding insists on having a joint meeting with Darrin and the boy. Finally, as a child, Darrin meets two boys who tell him the ship model is no good because it can't do anything. As Darrin, the man, persuades Harding and Larry to make the changes suggested by the two boys, Samantha gratefully produces a kite for each. When Darrin tells her he'd like to join them, Samantha then replies he'll have his own son to play with soon.



TV Series: Season 02; Episode #17: "And then There Were Three"

Darrin thinks that Tabatha been turned into a adult.

-- Jeff_2bya


TV Series: Season 03; Episode #04: "Accidental Twins" (10/6/66)

Aunt Clara baby sis with Tabatha Stephens and Timothy Tate when their parent's go to the theater. She entertains the babies with magic. Peeping through the window, Gladys Kravitz is completely befuddled. Her magic dulled by age, Aunt Clara's spells go awry and suddenly Timothy becomes twins. Aunt Clara can't remember how to undo the spell. Arriving home, Samantha and Darrin are aghast. Frantically, they try to keep the Tates from learning what happened to their baby. Since Larry has to catch an early plane, they persuade the Tates to leave Timothy overnight. The next morning, Louise arrives, followed by Larry, whose flight has been delayed. As the Tates are on the verge of discovering the worst, Samantha realizes that a youthful Aunt Clara could solve the problem. She tests magic to make Aunt Clara ten years younger. Aunt Clara pronounces the proper spell and the twins are just one baby again. Leaving, Larry wishes he had another baby just like Timothy. Samantha and Darrin exchange weary looks.



TV Series: Season 06; Episode #23: "Just A Kid Again" (2/26/70)

Samantha and Tabatha are in a toy store buying a gift for one of Tabatha's friends. The manager tells them someone will help them shortly. The salesman, Irving Bates, helps them choose a gift and when Samantha goes over to the cashier to pay for the purchase, she leaves Tabatha with Irving Bates as he wraps the gift. He has a conversation with Tabatha in which he tells her that she is very lucky to be a little girl, that he had most fun when he was nine years old and furthermore, he would like to be a little boy once again. Tabatha, hearing his wish, twitches her nose and turns him into a nine-year-old boy. Irving isn't quite sure what has happened but when the manager returns and sees a little boy in place of the salesman and when the police make him get out from behind the wheel of his car – he begins to get the idea! He reads the sales slip with Samantha's address on it and goes to see if she can help him. When Irving arrives and tells Samantha what happened, Samantha tells Tabatha to remove the spell and return Irving to his original state. Tabatha can't remove the spell, however, as Irving is enjoying being a kid so much. Samantha calls Doctor Bombay, but he, too, can do nothing as Irving is very happy the way he is. Finally, Samantha takes Irving to his girlfriend's office just in time for Irving to witness his girl's boss ask her out on a date. Irving gets angry and kicks his girlfriend's boss. He then realizes that he does not want to be nine years old anymore and the spell is removed.



TV Series: Season 07; Episode #10: "Samantha's Old Man" (12/3/70)

Darrin is again the victim of his mother-in-law's witchcraft when she casts a spell that turns him into a 73-year-old man. In an effort to calm down her husbands, Samantha calls the Tates to break their bridge date, and she and Darrin go to a movie - a drive-in - so that no one will see old Darrin. However, Larry and Louise spot Sam at the refreshment stand and follow her to the car. Samantha quickly introduces her bald-headed, pot-bellied "date" as Grover Stephens, Darrin's grandfather. The Tates leave - only to return a few minutes later with Millicent, Louise's flirtatious, widowed aunt, and before Sam and Darrin can think of an excuse, Larry arranges a date between Millicent and Grover for the next night. The following day, Darrin has an important luncheon with prospective client Jennings Booker. Since they've never met, Darrin decides his aged appearance won't matter. To complicate matters, Larry shows up at the restaurant unexpectedly and is quite annoyed until the "old" Darrin tells Booker his young ideas for the ad campaign. Later, to get Darrin out of his date with Millicent, Samantha changes herself into a gray-haired old lady and protests as Grover's wife. After getting Millicent out of the way, Sam protests to change herself back until Endora removes the spell on Darrin. Endora can't bear having her daughter twice as old she, so she finally gives in and changes Darrin back to normal.



TV Series: Season 07; Episode #24: "Out of the Mouths of Babes" (3/25/71)

Darrin is all set for a lovely golf weekend when Larry Tate walks in and announces he wants Darrin to spend the day coming up with ideas for a new advertising campaign. It seems that Mr. Flanagan of Mother Flanagan's Irish Stew is leaving his third advertising agency and thinking about signing with McMann and Tate. Meanwhile, Larry goes out to play golf while Darrin works. As he leaves the house, however, Samantha arranges for him to be caught up in a huge downpour. Endora shows up and has an argument with Darrin about taking Tabatha to the Unicorn Handicap, a race of unicorns held on the other side of the atmospheric continuum. When Darrin protests to let Tabatha go, Endora changes him to a ten-year-old boy. When Larry walks in, Samantha introduces Darrin/Boy as Darrin's nephew Marvin Peter Stephens. Darrin/Boy goes out to play with Tabatha and with her help beats all the other boys at basketball. One of the boys, Herbie, later comes to the house to ask Darrin/Boy to play in their championships the next day. He sees Samantha mixing the Irish stew and asks for some ... remarking that it tastes terrible. Darrin and Sam also taste the stew and realize the reason it hasn't been selling ... it is awful. Darrin doesn't want to lie to the public and rave about the stew, so he tries frantically to come up with some ideas for the campaign. (He has apologized to Endora and is back to his normal self.) Mr. Flanagan arrives and Samantha changes Darrin back to Darrin/Boy so that the young kid can tell Mr. Flanagan how bad the stew really is. Instead of being upset, Mr. Flanagan agrees but doesn't know what to do. Samantha has a brilliant idea ... he should change the price to 39 cents and call it Mother Flanagan's Doggie Treat. Mr. Flanagan agrees again and Darrin and Larry are delighted.



TV Series: Season 08; Episode #19: "Serena's Youth Pill" (2/5/72)

Samantha summons Serena to baby-sit while she and Darrin attend a charity luncheon. Serena comes over in a bikini, as Sam has zapped her off the beach in St. Tropez. When Sam leaves, Serena goes out to the patio to continue her sunbathing. Larry comes over to return Darrin's putter and Serena flirts with him. She convinces him to take a pill that will make him younger. Larry leaves the house in a hurry, before he gets into trouble, and when he walks into his own house, his wife Louise looks at him in surprise. He passes a mirror and sees that his once gray hair and mustache are now a bright red, his walk is jauntier and his attitude younger. Later, Larry visits Sam and Darrin and tells them he wants to market the fabulous pill that has made him feel and look so young. They make excuses and say NO! Sam is very worried because the pill makes one younger and younger ... and younger. She tells Serena to find the antidote before Larry stars slipping back even more. Louise comes over to tell the Stephens how worried she is about Larry's sudden rejuvenation. Darrin goes to the office and sees that Larry has gone back an additional years. Sam comes over and Larry is now an 18-year-old boy. As Sam and Darrin take him back to their house Larry becomes 10. Serena is there with the antidote and in a few minutes Larry is back to his old gray self – much to the relief of everyone.



TV Series: Season 0?; Episode #??: Unknown

Samantha turning into an old woman.

Bewitched (Russian Version)

TV Series: "My Favorite Witch" "Moya lyubimaya vedma" (05/09/2008)

Husband gets turned into a kid. The mom also turned herself into her daughter. (male AR, male RN)

-- Metamorphose

Beyond #14

Ace Comic Book: "Wedded to a Witch" (08/01/1952)

A witch ages then returns to a young age after marrying a man.

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk

Beyond The Grave #4

Comic Book: Charlton: "Potion of Youth" (February 1976)

Possible Ar/ap in This Comic book

-- Jeffr_2bya

Beyond The Grave #8

Comic Book: Charlton: "Potion of Youth" (1983)

Possible Ar/AS in This Comic book

[Reprinted from Beyond The Grave #4]

-- Jeffr_2bya

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Beyond the Shadows (Night Angel Trilogy, Book 3)

Book: by Brent Weeks (12/01/2008)

Logan Gyre is king of Cenaria, a country under siege, with a threadbare army and little hope. He has one chance - a desperate gamble, but one that could destroy his kingdom. In the north, the new Godking has a plan. If it comes to fruition, no one will have the power to stop him. Kylar Stern has no choice. To save his friends-and perhaps his enemies-he must accomplish the impossible: assassinate a goddess. Beyond the Shadows is the action-packed conclusion to the Night Angel Trilogy. (Male AS/Immortal)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Bicentennial man


A woman and her daughter were played by the same actress. Various types of old age make-up used.

-- Visible Time

Big #1

Comic Book: Dark Horse Comics; Hit Comics: Adaptation of the movie (AP,RN) (Mar. 1989)

Boy wishes to be a adult.



Movie: (1988)

A 13 Year Old Boy (David Moscow) goes One Night to a Creaky Amusement-Park, Fortune-Telling Machine to make him-BIG. But One Morning, he`s wakes up in a Body of a 32 Year Old Man (Tom Hanks), he`s runs away from Home to find the Fortune-Telling Machine but He lands Himself in a Toy Company in New York City

-- Christian Pelchat

The Big Baby: A Little Joke

Children's book by Anthony Browne

Mr. Young, John's father, is obsessed with staying young. When he receives a potion labeled ELIXA DA YOOF he drinks it all at one time, and wakes up as an infant. This rather silly book calls the main character "John's father", which is kind of odd considering that we never see "John". We see Mrs. Young diapering her baby husbands, feeding him in a high chair, and taking him for a walk in a stroller.


Big Fish

Movie: (2003)

The son knows that his father is dying, but is unable to let go without at least trying to distinguish between his Father's "Fish" stories and his father's real life. The viewer never knows until the very end of the movie where the truth lies in this scenario. I assume many viewers will find themselves in this "non-chick" flick and so you may need some tissue, I did. Also this is a Tim Burton masterpiece in production, visual effects, plot, music, and character interplay. (Male AP)

-- Annette Wilson & Visible Time

Big Deal and the Fountain of Youth

Book by Glenn Meganck

no info at this time.


Big John Little John

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #01: (09/11/1976 To 09/03/1977)

30 minute live action sitcom starring Herb Adelman as a school teacher who, after drinking from the legendary fountain of youth, transforms back and forth between himself (Herb Edelman) and a twelve year old played by Robbie Rist (cousin Oliver from The Brady Bunch). Series created by Sherwood Schwartz. (dissolve effect)

Big Kids

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #01: "(performance by hypnotist)" (BBC - 2000)

(13 episodes) The parent's of the Spiller family are entranced by a traveling hypnotist into being totally mentally AR'd to kids when a key word is spoken. Can they find Ming The Magnificent again to undo the changes? Meanwhile, no one in the family even knows what the word is that tests off the changes!


Big Meg, Little Meg

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #01: "All Change" (2000) [UK]

Because of a crystal 12 year old Megan Johnson periodically swaps places with her mother - always at the most inconvenient moments. The two Megs confuse everyone with their constant changes.

-- Visible Time

Big Sarah's Little Boos

Book: (page 24)

Follows Sarah’s adventure of out growing her clothes.

-- Visible Time

Big Top Pee Wee


Pee Wee invents cocktail wieners that turn the cranky old townsfolk into cheerful children.

Big Wolf On Campus

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #14: "Interview With A Werewolf" (7/9/99)

Merton finds a girlfriend named Violet ... and she ends up draining the life out of him. Merton and Tommy (in werewolf mode) get AP'd, and Violet Thorn, originally elderly, AR's to high school age.


Big Wolf On Campus

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #16: "Time & Again" [first version] (7/30/99)

Merton acquires a watch that can take him back in time to fix his mistakes. But each time he tests it, he has to sacrifice some of his time-earned intelligence/mentality, leaving him with the capacity of a 2-year-old.


Big Wolf On Campus

TV Series: Season 02; Episode #03: "Time And Again" [sEcond version] (a/k/a "Commie Dawkins")(4/1/00)

(not true AR/AP - listed to differentiate from version one, above)Tommy and Merton find a wormhole and travel back to 1989, meeting their younger selves; but when they return, Pleasantville is communist. A 'red agent' also has used the wormhole, and changed history.


Big Wolf On Campus

TV Series: Season 02; Episode #09: "101 Damnations" (5/20/00)

(Canine AR & AP only) Tommy finds an adorable puppy, who in reality is the fire-breathing hellhound, Cerberus. Merton & Lori have a cure to remove the evil in the dog, but can Tommy 'wolf out' and succeed as the alpha male in a supernatural 2-wolf pack?


Bigfoot and the Muscle Machines

Special Animated TV Mini-Series: (1986)

The story is about five people who run a public monster truck show led by Yank Justice, driver of Bigfoot. The other members of the show include Red & Redder (twin sisters who drive Black Gold), Professor Dee (driver of the Orange Blossom Special), and Close McCall (driver of War Lord). A young woman named Jennifer McGraw steals an ancient map that leads to the Fountain of Youth in Florida by a group of terrorists led by an elderly billionaire named Adrian Ravenscroft (a.k.a. "Mr. Big"), and they are attempting to retrieve the map from her. Ravenscroft hires a couple of workers who helped him try to get the map back named Ernie Slye and Ravenscroft's limousine chauffeur. This band of criminals chases Yank Justice and his friends across the United States and try to kill them. Adrian Ravenscroft drinks from the fountain of becomes a young man then gets chased off aging back into a old man. After which Yank and the others use their trucks to destroy the Fountain. (Male Ar)

-- Jeff2beyoung

Biker Mice From Mars

Cartoon Series: Season 05; Episode #??: "Bringing Up Vinnie"

Things turn a little whacky for the Biker Mice when Vinnie is accidentally turned into a baby mouse by the evil Dr. Catorkian. If you thought keeping Vinnie under control was a problem before, watch as the Biker Mice attempt to battle the Catatonians and Ronald Rump while struggling to keep little Vinnie in clean diapers! (Ar)

-- Anonymous

Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey


In Hell, Bill and Ted literally relive their childhood nightmares

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #07: "Adventure In Babysitting First"?

The guy from the future has to go back and make sure bill and ted keep up with their music. While he is traveling with them through time. He is getting younger because everything in the future is being un-done. He ends up as a baby at the end right before they decide to stick with their music.

Billy Batson and the Magic of Shazam #1

DC comics: by Mike Kunkel (2008)

Thanks to a magical rift created when Captain Marvel battled Mr. Mind's monsters, 14-year-old Theo Adam has returned to Earth from banishment. Theo can't remember the magic word that gives him the powers of Black Adam. The solution: follow Captain Marvel and get the word out of his alter ego, 11-year-old Billy Batson. (male AP)

-- O

Binbougami Ga!

Anime Series: Season 01?: Episode #05: "?" (07/30/2012)

Momiji the Goddess of Misfortune tricks 16-year-old Ichiko Sakura into opening an "ageing box". It's supposed to age her into an old lady, but instead Ichiko is immediately ARed into a child. Chibi-Ichiko-chan no kawaii! Smoke obscures the AR process. She gets away from the goddess and befriends one of Keita Tsuwabuki's imouto, little Mika. Ichiko-chan spends the rest of the episode as a little girl with Keita's family to avoid Momiji, dealing with the issues of being treated like the child she appears to be, and unsuccessfully looking for a way to reverse the process. Momiji recaptures her at the end of the episode. (AR teen to child, OA dream glimpsed).

-- Jeffr_2bya



A.K.A bio-kenisis. The use of kinetic energy to rearrange, or control genes inside the body. Shape-shifting, therianthropy. When age changes are involved, biokinesis can be related to time manipulation A.K.A chronokenisis, the ability to control time or the perception of time. (Age Stasis, AR, AP)

-- Visible Time

Bionic Six

Cartoon TV Series: Season 01 Episode 15: "Youth or Consequences" (06/07/1987)

After Rock-1, Sport-1, and IQ intercept Klunk in a Punjabi bazaar, Rock-1, as Meg Bennett, returns to attend the Socrates Hop at Albert Einstein High School. However, Meg's desire to go with Bim is thwarted when Bim asks Janet Sutton out first. Meg gets frustrated after being asked out by Furty Fosberry (a geeky freshman) and Dr. Oscar DeLeon (a fourteen-year-old scientist). However, Dr. DeLeon holds a secret... one that Scarab desires. (Male aP/Ar)

-- TF Theater

Biotonix Postural

Analysis Software: http://prca.biotonix.com/corp/english/bioprint.html

Pediatric BioPrint allows you to visually document young children's' posture and track their development as they grow. Takes snapshots of your pediatric patients' posture in different views with angles and distances from vertical and horizontal plumb lines. Allows parent's to "see" how their children's posture changes over time

-- Visible Time

Birdman and the Galaxy Trio

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #06: "Birdman vs. The Speed Demon"

Mixing together a special concoction of chemicals, a prisoner blast himself free while at the same time gaining the power of fantastic speed. Capable of out-racing bullies, the demonic speedster first steals a fortune and then a missile. He traps Birdman inside a tornado-force wind and plots to send him off to destruction in the stolen missile, but Birdman is able to use special skills to redirect the missle while the Speed Demon runs himself right into old age as he tries to outrun the deadly projectile.


Birds of Prey

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #04: "Three Birds and a Baby" (2002-10-27)

Helena finds a young boy whose entire lifespan is 3 days. (Male-aP)

-- Time


Movie: (2004)

Nicole Kidman plays a woman who believes her dead husband has been reincarnated in the body of a 10-year-old boy.

-- Visible Time

A Bit of a Youth Potion

Book: by Janelle McCarthy

How egnahb stumbled across a bit of her youth. (Possible Ar)

-- Anonymous

The Bizarre Adventures of Woodruff and the Schnibble

Video Game: ()

starts with Woodruff, a toddler, aging into an adult after his adoptive father Azimuth sticks a device on his head. This device turns out to be an age-adjusting device Azimuth had built as part of a plot to kill the Bigwig. When the Bigwig's men came to capture him, he used it to age Woodruff up so that he could carry on the work; when you meet the (newly-teenaged) Azimuth later, he gives it to you, and you yourself use it to age the Bigwig to dust.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Black Cat Mystic #60

Comic Book: Harvey Publications: "A Town Full of Babies!" (Nov. 1957)

Two reporters, Frank and Doc, get their car stuck in the mud while covering a flood. They walk into what appears to be a deserted town, enter a house, help themselves to the can goods and cigars, and drink the tap water. As they settle into the living room, they are joined by a crawling diapered baby. Looking around, they find dozens of babies. After sleeping the night, they awake with Frank having lost his stubble beard and Doc's mustache is no longer gray. They credit their youthful look to the country air. After walking around town and finding still more babies, they stumble onto a hidden spring apparently opened up by the flood. Tasting this water (same taste as the tap water), Doc shrinks into a teen (no more mustache). Concluding that the flood uncovered the Fountain of Youth, they head back to the town, leave out bowls of milk for all the babies, and shrink into infants themselves. The story ends with Frank, now a nearly bald infant, crawling out of his shirt, thinking to the reader about how lucky he is to get to live his life over. One interesting note from these early days of the Comics Code Authority, the only baby with a girl's hairstyles apparently (at the request of the code) had an oversize red dress drawn over her diaper-only form (you can still see the outlines under the addition to the artwork).

-- PixChick

Black Panther #6

Comic Book: Marvel: "Cup Of Youth" (1977)

Search for the water of eternal youth continues. (Possible Ar)

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org

Blackhawk #172

Comic Book: "The Aging Blackhawks" (05/30/1957)

Possible aP

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org

Blackhawk #178

Comic Book: "?" (1957)

Possible Ar/aP in this comic book.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Blackhawk #202 (1st series)

Comic Book: DC Comics: Nov. 1964 "The Outcasts of Blackhawk Island"

Blackhawks Stanislaus, Hendrickson & Andre get v-e-r-y old


Anime Cartoon Movie: Based from Manga coimcs. (1996)

(Age Stasis) Osamu Tezuka, The hero's pet name is Blackjack, a genius doctor. Pinoko is his attendant. She was in her twin's body for 18 years. Blackjack took out the body parts and built her. Although she is 18 years old in fact, her appearance is about 6 years old. She is a very funny girl who is in love with Blackjack and insists that she is his wife. In the 2nd episode, there was a dream sequence of her growing up to an adult figure.

-- Akira


Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #03: "The Lord Of Time" (9/26/71)

Evil villain tries to defeat John BlackStarr with Time Reversal device and ends up turning himself into a baby.


Anime Cartoon Series: Season 14; Episode 10: "The Approaching Breath of Death, the King Who Rules Over Death! "

Soi Fon and Oomaeda take on Barragan but Oomaeda proves more of a liability than an asset and even Soi Fon appears to be no match for Barragan's unique ability. (aP)


Blue Lagoon

Movie: (1980)

An underwater aging sequence. (cus)

-- Visible Time

Biography for Kids?

Education TV Series Ponce De Leon

Possible Ar/aP.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Black Magic #9

Kirby Comic Book: "You Should Live So Long!" (02/01/1952)

A man meets a man claiming to be a man over a hundred years old. (M/AS)

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk

Black Magic #16

Kirby Comic Book: "End of His Rope!" (09/01/1952)

A man is greatly aged after he betrayed and insulted a mystic. (M/aP)

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk

Black Magic #25

Kirby Comic Book: "Strange Old Bird" (07/01/1953)

A woman is consume in a phoenix's flame and ends up as a newborn. (Female/Ar)

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk

Blackwulf #1

Comic Book: "?" (?)

(Starforce, Underground Legion) Touchstone exists as a different person in each reality. She can exchange the form who interacts with Earth-616; one of her forms has the appearance of a child; another appears to be an old woman. (Blackwulf #7) Touchstone was in the body of an elderly woman. (Blackwulf #10) Touchstone was struck by Lady Trident's tridents, but was replaced with one of her child-like forms.

Blackwulf #5

Comic Book: "?" (?)

Touchstone was in the body of a young girl. During the course of the mission, Touchstone switched into her adult form.

Blackwulf #7

Comic Book: "?" (?)

Touchstone was in the body of an elderly woman. (Blackwulf #10) Touchstone was struck by Lady Trident's tridents, but was replaced with one of her child-like forms.

Blackwulf #10

Comic Book: "?" (?)

Touchstone was struck by Lady Trident's tridents, but was replaced with one of her child-like forms.


The Blonde Vol. 2: Bondage Palace

Eros Graphic Album Series #18: Part 01: (08/30/1936)

The Blonde is summoned by the Popess Crimilda and hired to find the formula for a serum of eternal youth. The formula is in one of four apartments in a building. Before The Blonde arrives, we see the receptionist of the building being tied up. Next we see aging actress Amita Berg getting tied up in her first-floor apartment and robbed per her own instructions. She wants publicity. Her maid is also tied up. The hired thieves are supposed to take and deliver some top-secret documents and call the police but they forget. The Blonde checks out the apartment of athletes Olga Koslowska and Tatiana Kubinski on the fourth floor. They are actually agents also looking for the formula. Through the window The Blonde sees them fight, and one ties up the other. The Blonde sneaks in and ties up the other one in her sleep. On the second floor, a nurse reads a romance to the elderly tenant, Ethel Lorimar. Downstairs, the receptionist manages to free herself and heads for the alarm button, but is intercepted by a nurse and tied up again. The nurse who was reading is then tied up and replaced by the new nurse. The new nurse gives the old lady a truth serum. On the third floor, the baby-sitter for General Prittwitt's son Junior reports to her employer. Junior ties her up, and The Blonde arrives in time to add a gag, then begins searching the apartment for the formula. Junior's room is booby-trapped, and he catches The Blonde and ties her up. On the first floor the maid and actress have almost freed each other, and the receptionist though still tied up has almost reached the alarm button again. Elswhere, the two thieves are having bad luck at poker, discover they've been cheated, and tie up the card sharp. In a massage room elsewhere, the general is plotting with another woman, who turns out to be Popess Crimilda's secretary. The "nurse" on the second floor is actually an agent of the general's, searching for the formula as well. When the general leaves, the Popess finds her secretary, on whom she has been eavesdropping, and is not happy. The secretary gets tied up. The Blonde gets free of Junior's ropes and ties up the agent on the second floor. Now everybody in the building is tied up except The Blonde, the sleeping old lady, and Junior. The Blonde searches the second floor and discovers that Ethel Lorimar is a scientist who has explored Jodos, the planet of long life, and is also the General's mother-in-law. She is also a fan of Amita Berg, and The Blonde finds a letter saying the formula has been given to the actress. The Popess tortures her secretary, and The Blonde tortures the fake nurse, and the result is the same: Both say they were working for The General. The general gets tied up in traffic heading for the building. The maid on the first floor gets free and runs to call the police, but The Blonde intercepts her and ties her up again. Soon The Blonde has the formula and agrees when Amita asks her to deliver the papers to the massage room. As she is leaving the building debating how to best profit from the formula, she comes upon the receptionist who is finally free and reaching for the alarm button. The Blonde ties her up again. On the second floor the old lady suddenly starts talking in the Jodo language: "Klatu Barada-Nikto," etc. The nurse/agent hears her and gets excited, but is still tied up. The Blonde attempts to deliver the formula to the massage room, but only finds the Popess's secretary, all tied up. Then from behind the Popess knocks out The Blonde, whom she didn't expect to find there, and gets the formula in an unexpected stroke of good luck.

When The Blonde wakes up she tickles the tied-up secretary to find out that she was working for The General. The secretary also says the Ethel Lorimar knows the formula by heart. Indeed, on the second floor of the Palace the nurse/agent listens while the old woman recites the formula in the Jodo language, and starts sleepwalking toward the window. Meanwhile the Popess visits the Zamozoo Clinic to begin using the formula. At the clinic most of the patients are tied up. Also meanwhile, the traffic jam is cleared up and the General heads for the building. The Blonde arrives at the building at the same time, and ties up the secretary with the receptionist. The old woman is sleepwalking on the outside of the building because the drug gave her "gamma anti-gravity power," and the agents on the fourth floor, who are now untied, spot her. In the General's apartment, The Blonde confronts the General, the General disputes the information gained from the secretary, and Junior ties up The Blonde again. The General's agent from the second floor makes it upstairs and interrupts, though still bound and gagged, The Blonde turns the tables and ties Junior and his mother up. The Blonde throws the general's boots out the window and they strike Ethel Lorimar, who falls back into her own apartment. Olga and Tatiana are stalking her, but get distracted in a fight with each other. In Zamozoo the Popess is preparing for her treatment while the staff has lunch. It smells so good that the patients burst their Saran Wrap bonds and tie up the staff. The formula isn't working right, and nobody can help bring corrective solutions because they're all tied up. The Blonde follows the sleepwalking Ethel into a hidden laboratory, and Ethel dies, releasing a holographic will. They learn that "Junior" is actually his missing father because of a mistake with a trial dose of the formula. The correct formula is stated once, and then is erased. Although most of the characters are present, they seem to miss it because of a noisy police raid. As The Blonde is being hauled off to prison on Phoebus III, she she thinks to herself that she did indeed hear the formula clearly.

-- Jeffr_2bya


Blue Moon (The Immortals Book 02)

Book: by Alyson Noel (2009)

Just as Ever is learning everything she can about her new abilities as an immortal, initiated into the dark, seductive world by her beloved Damen, something terrible is happening to him. As Ever’s powers are increasing, Damen’s are fading—stricken by a mysterious illness that threatens his memory, his identity, his life. Damen the immortaily teenager is aging over a few days. (Male aP)

-- Visible Time


Japanese Comic Book: Manga: "It is useless at midnight" (2005)

In the current manga, the gang is looking for Hirukulani. His headquarters has a Children's Playground. When you go inside, you regress to your childhood, and can play with the other kids there. So when the gang goes in, Beauty, Gasser, and Suzu turn into little kids. Poppa Rocks/Don Patch, or Jelly Jiggler don't change much. Beauty's a teenager who turns into a 6-8 year old. Her clothes shrink to match, but she does get a lot shorter, her body tinier, and her head is a little oversized for her body. Bobobo goes from 28 to a kid, even though it's mostly minor changes. (AR)

-- Double L

Body Story

Book: (slight UC) "Teen Dreams" Chapter 4.

Darren and Natalie are two young teenagers standing at the brink of puberty. Body Story joins them on a three-month roller coaster ride fueled by a cocktail of strange and powerful hormones. Includes a fake three year time elapse of Darren sleeping. His pajama pans are too short.

-- Visible Time

Bojay Ar Pack

Online Comic Book: Artwork by Bojay (2011)

The Bojay AR Pack includes the following comics: The Au Pair Remembrances of Sisters Past Princess and the Potion

-- Dreamtales

Bojay Female Growth Pack

Online Comic Book: Artwork by Bojay (2011)

The Bojay Female Growth Pack includes the following comics: The Big Crush Gift of the Magi Something in the Water

-- Dreamtales

Bojay Time Warp Modified

Online Comic Book: Artwork by Bojay (2011)

This is a compilation of over 400 images and drawings in both black and white and color. Subjects include Age Regression, Age Progression, Diaper Girls, Animals, and more Girls. There are lots of great sketches and thumbnails for AR stories. Also includes two animations.

-- Dreamtales

Boku Ga Mama

Manga Comic Book: [2003]

Mother/son trade bodies. (AR TG swap)

-- Farhad

Bone Book 3: Eyes of the Storm

Comic Book? Issue 12

Thorn has her most unusual dream yet. She stars off as a little girl, but then suddenly transforms into a grown princess. (AP) short version - long version - kinda old age AR

-- Visible Time

Bone Chillers

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #01: "Art Intimidates Life"

which a jock is about to pounce on a classmate. The classmate has an enchanted note pad and draws the jock as an elderly man. The jock is seen, in an excellent morph, aging.

The Book of Knights

Book: by Yves Meynard (1998)

Adelrune runs away from home to seek out a sage named Riander and pays six years of his life for knightly training. Though the boy physically Ages six years overnight, he still retains the mind of a youth. (Male)

-- Visible Time

Book of Virtues

Education Cartoon Series: Season 0?; Episode #??: "The Golden Twig Thread?"

Every time a boy pulls on a magic ball of string years go by.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery #7

Comic Book: Gold Key: "The Man Who Stole Immortality" (09/30/1964)

A evil man discovers secret to immortality, but things don't turn out the way he imagined it.

[Reprint in Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery #86 and Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery Archives #2]

-- http://www.comics.org

Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery #13

Comic Book: Gold Key: "The Five Casks of Greed" (03/30/1966)

A man is aged rapidly. (Male aP)

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org

Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery #14

Comic Book: Gold Key: "The Room That Never Grew Old" (06/30/1966)

Two men disappeared after each one visits a nursery in a haunted house. Two young boys show up to play and invite others to join them.

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org

Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery #25

Comic Book: Gold Key: "The Thing Called Illona" (03/30/1969)

A old woman becomes younger until she is a young woman while a man ages. (Male aP/Female Ar)

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org

Boris Karloff Tales of Mystery #95

Comic Book: Gold Key: "The Five Casks of Greed" (10/30/1979)

A man is aged rapidly. (Male aP)

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org

The Boswell Gene

Book by Parke Sellard (2004)

We live in an age where the majority of Americans quest for the fountain of youth. The media inundates us with images of youth, products to make us appear younger, and cosmetic surgery. But how far can the quest really take us? In The Boswell Gene, Parke Sellard introduces readers to an enigma in the scientific world - Dr. Harry Boswell Young is aging, but he is aging backwards.

-- Louder


Music Video: by Stone Sour (12/30/2007)

Features two copies of the singer Corey Taylor, one of them ages rapidly and disappears.

-- Jeffr_2bya

A Bowl of Biskies Makes a Growing Boy

Book? by Raymond F. Jones

a boy finds that the government putting an ingredient food that keeps people under control. when they find out that he knows they expose him to a ray that mentally ar him.

-- Brat

Boy Comics #14

Comic Book: Lev Gleason: "The Fountain Of Youth" (February 1944)

Possible Ar/ap in This Comic book

-- Jeffr_2bya

Boy Comics #23

Comic Book: Lev Gleason: "The Search For The Fountain Of Youth" (August 1945)

Possible Ar/ap in This Comic book

-- Jeffr_2bya

Boy Meets Dog

Short Cartoon Movie: [9 mins] (03/10/1938)

A strict father, who wont let his son eat sundaes, go fishing or keep a stray dog, dreams of being taken to a forest and put on trial by various elves, pixies and other creatures. The unwanted doggie is the star witness and the dad is sentenced to a "youth machine," which brutally turns him into a baby. Upon awakening, he reforms and takes all the boys fishing.

-- ARthur

The Boy Who Drew Cats and Other Japanese Fairy Tales

Book: by Lafcadio Hearn "The Fountain of Youth" (June 15, 1998)

A poor woodcutter finds the Fountain of Youth.

-- Jeffr_2bya

The Boy Who Would Live Forever

Book: by Frederik Pohl (10/07/2004)

As humans spread through space—allying themselves with the alien Heechee and realizing that they now have the option of having their personalities preserved forever electronically in the company of dazzlingly accomplished AIs—they must decide what to keep and what to give up. A young man and woman begin, tentatively and convincingly, to explore the possibilities of their relationship in this complicated universe. At the same time, though, selfish and super-rich Wan Enrique Santos-Smith refuses to surrender any of his childish anger and sets out to take revenge on all the adults who've frustrated his desires. (AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Brain Boy #3

Dell Comic Book: "Men Walked Into The Frozen Tundra, Never To Be Seen again...Brain Boy Had To Know Why" (Dec. - Feb)

Substory: The Strange Mr Ozimandias (Ared/Death)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Bram Stoker's Dracula

Book: Novel: edited by Jan Needle, Gary Blythe (July 1, 2004)

The book Dracula is a great book, it is a clasic novel that every person should read evin if they dont like the whole gothic sean.The book keeps you on the edge of your seat the whole time you cant even put it down to go pee its so good, I figured it would be just another rip off of some stupid movie that someone wrote but this book is where all the vampire novels came from, this is the father of all vampire novels and it is the best. (old age to prime age / Ar)

-- Daniel Sanderson

Bram Stoker's Dracula

Movie: (1992)

With dizzying cinematic tricks and astonishing performances, Francis Coppola's 1992 version of the oft-filmed Dracula story is one of the most exuberant, extravagant films of the 1990s. Gary Oldman and Winona Ryder, as the Count and Mina Murray, are quite a pair of star-crossed lovers. She's betrothed to another man; he can't kick the habit of feeding off the living. Anthony Hopkins plays Van Helsing, the vampire slayer, with tongue firmly in cheek. Tom Waits is great fun as Renfield, the hapless slave of Dracula who craves the blood of insects and cats. Sadie Frost is a sexy Lucy Westenra. And poor Keanu Reeves, as Jonathan Harker, has the misfortune to be seduced by Dracula's three half-naked wives. There's a little bit of everything in this version of Dracula: gore, high-speed horseback chases, passion, and longing. (old age to prime age / Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Brandy and Mr. Whiskers

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #08: "Blind Abintion" (09/18/2004)

When Brandy introduces money into the jungle, she discovers its hard to live a life of luxury when you have to earn your finances. She decides to sell a skin enhancer in order to gain the finances to live a glorious life, but when she mistreats her friends who actually make the product, things go different than she anticipated. (Ar/RN)

-- Tazz

Break Me

Music Video Jewel (2002)

(AP, AR morphs) AR - AP - TF - old age

-- Visible Time


Breaking Dawn

Book: (09/23/2008)

In Breaking Dawn, the fourth and final installment in the series, Bella’s story plays out in some unexpected ways. The ongoing conflicts that made this series so compelling--a human girl in love with a vampire, a werewolf in love with a human girl, the generations-long feud between werewolves and vampires--resolve pretty quickly, apparently so that Meyer could focus on Bella’s latest opportunity for self-sacrifice: giving her life for someone she loves even more than Edward. How close she comes to actually making that sacrifice is questionable, which is a big shift from the earlier books. Even though you knew Bella would make it through somehow, the threats to her life, and to her relationship with Edward, had previously always felt real. It’s as if Meyer was afraid of hurting her characters too much, which is unfortunate, because the pain Bella suffered at losing Edward in New Moon, and the pain Jacob suffered at losing Bella again and again, are the fire and the heart that drive the whole series. (Half vampire baby grows faster then a normal baby)

-- Jeffr_2bya


Anime Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #15: "Gorgeous Submaton Color" (2005)

The main character Marin has a hallucination that she ages into an adult to impress her robot companion Meran. Marin changes back... and back too much. (F/aP & Ar)

-- Visible Time

Bridge Of Time


The Shangri-La tale with a new age/millennial twist. International aid worker, her photographer ex, and greedy villain survive plane crash in Africa and are taken to a utopian city where she learns that she is destined to replace it's dying spiritual leader. Believing that she is needed more in the outside world, she leaves, but finally returns to accept her fate, a new love and fulfillment in the hidden city.


The Brothers Grimm

Movie: (08/26/2005)

Terry Gilliam live action. Matt Damon and Heath Ledger are a couple of olden days con artists fleecing townsfolk by pretending to fight monsters and ward off evil enchantments. They stumble into a town that is under a REAL curse however, that will require REAL skill to overcome. Apparently the evil Queen has been abducting girls in the enchanted forest in order to restore her own youth... (age stasis, possible AP, possible old age)

-- Lady Sekhmet

Brown Sisters

Book: by Nixon, Nicholas

Four women, photographed once a year for twenty-five years. In the first picture their Ages ranged from 15 to 25, in the last from 40 to 50.

-- Visible Time

Bruce Almighty


Male aP [Deleted movie scene.]

-- Visible Time

Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040

Anime Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #20: "One of These Nights" (September 29, 2001)

In the 2030's, the Genom corporation decided to rebuild Tokyo by using boomers, smart robots that come in all shapes and sizes. Kira Vincent-Davis: Young Galatea. Galatea takes control of the Dragon Line and uses it to awaken a new wave of giant boomers. She achieves her adult form. Her appearance is no longer exactly the same as Sylia's. Can the Knight Sabers make a dent in Galatea's all-pervading army? (aPed)

-- Visible Time

Budweiser beer


2 guys (guides) are leading a group of elderly women down a trail. They take them to the Fountain of Youth. The women are AR'd into babes who apparently like Budweiser;-) Their clothes also change into skimpy dresses although of the same print as the 'old folk' clothes.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #03: "Witch"

A jealous, obsessed witch steals her 16 year old daughter's body so she can relive her youth and become a cheerleader. The girl is stuck in the mom's body.

-- Visible Time

Buffy, The Vampire Slayer

TV Series: Season 03; Episode #06: "Band Candy" (11/10/1998)

Buffy recent episode with Mental AR. The adults start acting liking teens.

--- Time

Bugs Bunny #40

Comic Book: Dell: "The Fountain Of Youth" (01/30/1955)

Possible Ar/ap in This Comic book

-- Jeffr_2bya

Bugs Bunny #210

Gold Key Comic Book: "The Fountain of Youth" (12/30/1962)

Bugs Bunny is turned into a kid after visiting The Fountain of Youth.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Bulletproof Monk

Movie: (2003)

(AR, AA, RN) Using the power of a magic scroll, a very old Nazi becomes young again. (AP, AA, cus) After passing on the scroll to his successors, Chow Yun-Fat's character revers to his true age.

-- Visible Time

Burlington Coat Factory

TV Commercial: (2006)

Commercial depicts people outgrowing their clothes. (dumpykins24) Info or pics urgently needed. (possible AP, UC, possible CB)

-- Visible Time

Burnt Offerings


a family rents an old house from a weird family, and is told to take care of the former occupant's mysterious grandmother who lives in the top of the house and never leaves her room. The wife of this new family begins to become obsessed with the unseen old lady upstairs, and begins to exhibit slight signs of aging as the movie progresses, as does her mother-in-law, who dies of old age in the house. By the end, the wife only has a few tiny wrinkles and gray streaks in her hair, but suddenly she becomes very old...she has become the former occupant's grandmother, who never existed in the first place...until now. A good movie, but the aging is not spectacular in the least.

-- Zietgiest

Butterfly Effect


A guy has the power to move back and forth through time. Trying to fix his life and save the love of his life at first. Every time he tries to fix a mistake something else gets screwed up and keeps going back.

Butterfly Effect 2

Movie (2006)

A guy has the power to move back and forth through time. (Minor Ar/aP)


TV Series: Season 6; Episode 16: "?" (0?/??/2011)

Silvia and Rita invent a gun that turns people into babies, and a shot-gun that turns them into grandpa's. (F/M, AR/RN)

-- agetheater.webs.com

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