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Visible Time's Key
AA: age-appropriate clothing or clothes grow too aP: age Progression Ar: Age regression AS: Age Stasis CB: clothes burst or rip RN: return to normal ST: Soul Transfer UC: undersized clothing




Movie: (2002)

Dakota Fanning. (TG/AR)

-- Visible Time

Taketori Monogatari A.K.A "Kaguya"

Japanese Movie: "Princess from the Moon" (1987)

(AP, ?excellent GTS/CB scene?) Kon Ichikawa. (Kaya: Miho Nakano). Toshiro Mifune plays a 9th century bamboo cutter who comes across a curious glass capsule, housing a tiny baby girl. Once released, the infant instantly becomes a 5-year-old; the astonished Mifune, whose own child has recently died, decides to adopt the girl. It isn't very long before the child Kaya becomes a beautiful adult, the Princess Kaguya (Yasuko Sawaguchi, b. 1965). The girl is constantly courted by eligible bachelors. The crystal begins to emit a strange sound, alerting the girl that she must return to the Moon, whence she came and where she will reign as princess. Not the same as the original legend, in which the girl was a fairy from the moon and was finally taken back, the film ended with the girl taken back home by a spaceship.

- Taketori Monogatari 1960 short directeed by Kazuhiko Watanabe.

-- Visible Time

Tales From The Crypt v.1 #12 (new series)

Comic Book: Gemstone Publishing: "A-corny Story!" (Jun. 1995) ( reprints EC's Tales From the Crypt #28 [? 1951])

Man inherits company, fires old loyal employee, who sends him a tree that grows unusually quickly. As it grows, he regresses.

Tales From The Crypt

Comic Book?

Staring Ally Sheedy. She gets older while a corpse rejuvenates

Tales From The Crypt

Comic Book: Gemstone Publishing: "Staired In Horror"

Same as TV show?

Tales From The Crypt

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #04: "Only Sin Deep"

a wicked hooker (played by Lea Thompson) sells her beauty to a pawn shop in exchange for cash that will help her enter the social high life. A month afterwards, her facial tissues begin to age at an alarming rate, and she ends up looking positively ancient, even though nothing but her face ages. A great story and top-notch makeup effects. Highly recommended.


Tales From The Crypt

TV Series: Season 02; Episode #11: "Judy, You're Not Yourself Today"

Old witch swaps bodies with a young wife.

-- Visible Time

Tales From The Crypt

TV Series: Season 04; Episode #14: "Curiosity Killed"

two elderly couples go on a mysterious trip by van into a swamp, where they discover the fountain of youth in the roots of an old tree. The African-American couple becomes younger, and so does the white husband, who refuses to give any to his nagging, elderly wife. Angry, she poisons the root mixture, and her husband and the other couple age quickly to their deaths. The wife takes the remainder of the potion, and morphs very convincingly into a young woman. She is happy, until their violent pet dog eats her and regresses into a puppy. Great morph from old to young, and fantastic old age makeup for the wife make this a very enjoyable episode.

Tales From The Crypt

TV Series: Season 06; Episode #09: "Staired In Horror" (14-Dec-1994)

Clyde is a fugitive who holes up in a house occupied by an elderly woman. One night he finds an attractive woman upstairs, but he discovers it's the same woman. She tells him that a long time ago her spouse caught her having an affair and put a curse on the house. She must stay up stairs if she wants to be young forever. The same thing will happen to the man if he comes upstairs. The cops arrive and he goes upstairs to change his image but he finds himself getting weak and the woman turns back into a helpless infant unable to do anything but crawl. (Done in cuts)

Tales From the Darkside

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #22: "Grandma's Last Wish"

An elderly woman's family considers committing her to a retirement community, but grandma has one last wish that will help the family understand exactly what she goes through.

Tales From the Darkside

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

Everything a housewife wishes for comes true. When she catches her teenage daughter using forbidden makeup, the daughter tells her that she's auditioning for the role of Cleopatra in the school play. "Well, I wish you looked just like Cleopatra," says her mother, totally fooled. POOF!

-- Visible Time

Tales of Horror #5

Toby Press: Comic Book: "Sisters of The Witch" (04/01/1954)

One woman is aged into a old woman. (Female aP)

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk

Tales of Horror #12

Toby Press: Comic Book: "Fate of Alberto" (08/01/1954)

A man gets his wish for immortally.

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk

Tales of Kolmar

Book: by Elizabeth Kerner

In Tales Of Kolmar, lansip leaves and fruit, very difficult to get to and already a potent Panacea, can be distilled into a liquor which can make the drinker younger. There's a tale about an elderly merchant who was found after drinking an overdose, with the body of someone in his twenties. Berys is much more careful with his supply, taking a little at a time and prudently using makeup to make himself still look old, and arrives at midtwenties without dying of it.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Tales of Tomorrow

Movie: Volume.. 03 "Youth on Tap" (Atomic Television (09/26/1952))

A young man, down on his luck is approached by a doctor who offers him $1,000 for a pint of his blood. Unable to resist the offer, he agrees, not realizing that the strange device used to extract the blood will also steal his youth! Only then does he discover the doctor's dark secret! (Little aP)

Tales of Suspense #13

Comic Book: Marvel: "I Lived A Million Years!" (01/30/1961)

An Asian tyrant bleeds his subjects dry to build a suspended animation machine and avoid nuclear war. He sleeps for a million years, but when he emerges humanity has abandoned Earth and he faces a harsh and primitive world.

[Reprinted in Marvel Masterworks: Atlas Era Tales of Suspense #2]

-- http://www.comics.org


Tales of Suspense #15

Comic Book: [Marvel Valentine Special #1/3] (March 15, 1961)

Goom (mental powers, immense head) has a time machine able to change the age of others. [Reprint in: Man-Thing Giant-Size #1]

-- Monster Blog & Visible Time

Tales of Suspense v1 #23

Marvel Comic Book: "The Creature from the Black Bog!" (11/01/1961)

A couple regain their youth. (Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Tales of Suspense v1 #30

Marvel Comic Book: "The Man Who Couldn't Grow Old!" (06/01/1962)

A man wants eternal youth. (Corpse AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Tales of the Mysterious Traveler #2

Charlton Comic Book: "What Wilbur Saw..." (02/01/1957)

Wilbur witnesses a flying basket with a baby inside. Later it turns out the baby is really a adult alien from a overcrowded planet. Thanks to a growth regressor he came to earth to live as a human. (Male/Ar)

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk

Tales of the Mysterious Traveler #5

Charlton Comic Book: "Greed" (11/01/1957)

A greedy con man steals some youth serum. The end result you can guess. (Male/Ar)

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk

Tales of the Mysterious Traveler #11

Charlton Comic Book: "Valley of Eternity" (02/01/1959)

As long you stay in the valley you stay immortal. (AS/aP)

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk

Tales Of The Mysterious Traveler #13

Charlton Comic Book: "Time Waits For No Man" (06/01/1959)

After drinking a forbidden potion. A man believes he lived for a long time, but it turned out to be a dream. When he wakes up he is aged into a old man. (Male/aP)

-- goldenagecomics.co.uk

Tales of the Unexpected

TV Series: Season 06; Episode #13: "Youth from Vienna"

Caroline Coates, a television station interviewer, is promoted to be anchorwoman of the station's main news programme - and there are two men who want to marry her. But Caroline worries that she won't keep her looks forever. Humphrey Baxter, one of her admirers, is a scientist working on a formula to stop the aging process. Unfortunately, though, some of the effects of the fountain of eternal youth are unforeseen...

Tales of the Unexpected #8

Comic Book: DC: "The Four Seeds of Destiny" (12/30/1956)

A man returns to the years of his prime. (Male Ar)

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org

Tales of the Unexpected #95

Comic Book: DC: "I Was A Prisoner Of Death" (July 1966)

Victor Webster has been searching for the secret of immortality, and thanks to the Green Glob, he discovers it. However, he also finds that Death is following close behind him, determined to kill many people around him since it can't claim him. (Male AS)

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org

Tales of the Unexpected #96

Comic Book: DC: "The Captives Of The Time Stone" (September 1966)

Two paleontologists discover a strange crystal that transports various menaces from different eras of the past into the present. Warriors from the past are aped back into dust. (Male aP)

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org

Tales of Witch World 1

Book: By Andre Norton (02/15/1987)

Almost 25 years after Norton created her much-loved Witch World series, she has invited 16 other writers to use that background. Her own contribution, a typically darkly imagined fragment, is followed by Robert Bloch's droll rewriting of the same story from another character's point of view. The other colorful, clearly told stories include Wilanne Belden's moving account of a strange child's survival in war and wilderness, Charles de Lint's tale of a wondrous white road, Ardath Mayhar's narrative of a young boy coming to terms with his ``witch borne'' powers and Elizabeth Scarborough's fable of a warrior meeting a new challenge: a baby needing a foster mother. This collection is a welcome exception to the tedium of most shared-world anthologies. . (Minor Ar)

-- Bookworm7

Tales of Witch World 2

Book: By Andre Norton (02/15/1987)

A blank shield travels with a Old One and the Old One starts aging as they travel through the mountains. (Minor aP)

-- Bookworm7

Tales to Astonish # 10

Comic Book: Vista Publications (Marvel): "What Was the Strange Power of Simon Drudd?!! " (July 1960)

The elderly Simon Drudd was a chemist trying to create a “youth serum”. Using all sources, from the legendary formulas of the ancients to the most modern medical findings, Drudd, and his assistant Bentley, struggled onward, despite the growing ridicule from colleagues and the public. One day, Drudd cried out in triumph that he finally had the correct chemical formula. Drudd ordered Bentley, at gunpoint, into the freezer. Drudd then revealed that he always intended to use the formula only on himself for his own selfish purposes; planning to take the serum every twenty years, he planned to become immortal. Drudd drank the serum, becoming younger and younger. From old man, to young man, to teenager, to boy, to infant, Drudd continued getting younger. The police arrived and freed Bentley from the freezer; going into the lab, they found an empty pile of clothes, the only thing remaining of Simon Drudd.

Comment: Speculation - Drudd’s “youth serum” may have been an unstable variant of the immortality elixir used by the evil alchemist Diablo, first mentioned in Fantastic Four # 30.

-- John Kaminski

Tales to Astonish #36

Comic Book: Vista Publications (Marvel): "The Hands of Time" (OCT 1960)

Aging fugitive steals a clock that takes him back in time. As he travels back through time he gets younger. (Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Tales To Astonish #43 (1st Series)

Comic Book: Vista Publications (Marvel): "The Mad Master of Time!" (May 1963)

Ant-man achieves instant geezerhood (AP, RN).



Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #25: "A Baloo Switcheroo" (10/16/1990)

Baloo and kit are hired to fly Professor O'Bowens, an archaeologist, to a forbidden temple to find a mystical idol. After he acquires it, the pirates reveal themselves and demand the idol. Not to lose the it so easily, O'Bowens gives the idol to Kit and Baloo and tells them to return without him. He warns them not to look into the idol's eyes during a thunder storm, but the two get curious as to what would happen and tempt fate, resulting in them switching bodies. The two must then cope with their new positions until O'Bowens returns, and avoid the pirates who are still seeking the idol. However, they find they have until sunrise the next day to return to normal or be trapped like this forever.



Book by Jules Feiffer, was published in 1979 or 1980.

Cover page

It is a graphic novel about a forty-something businessman with a wife and two teen aged children who, in response to the pressures of his life, spontaneously turns himself into a two-year-old. The darkly humorous book tells of the man-baby's misadventures, including a visit to a convention of regressed adults [!] and an encounter with the man's sister-in-law, who has her own ways of making herself shrink...

One online bookseller is listing this title in their list of the fifty top titles for July 1998! Perhaps the book is still in print.

Just an addendum to information you already list:

The cartoon book 'Tantrum' by Jules Feiffer was originally published in August 1979 by the Alfred A. Knopf Co. The cover on the original hard-cover is slightly different from the one you include, showing a screaming baby-size Leo (in his yellow jammies) running past the title letters.

Of lesser note, Feiffer did a dry-run of 'Tantrum' in his Sunday newspaper panel over a 6 week period in September and October 1978. The story centered entirely on what is the first and last chapters of the book. Most of the same jokes are repeated in the book, although in the newspaper version, Leo does get piggyback rides from his wife and teen son. The strip was most notably carried in New York's 'Village Voice,' but was distributed to other newspapers by the now defunct Publishers-Hall Syndicate.

- PixChick

Tara Duncan

Animated TV Series: Season 01; Episode #01: "Mirror of Youth" (2013)

Isabella forbids Tara from going to a Madney Speers concert, believing that Tara had been slacking off too much recently. An elf named Krislac attempts to get the Mirror of Youth from Isabella's bedroom, but Isabella catches him and has the Manor throw him out. However, in the process, Isabella happens to glance upon the mirror and is turned back to her seventeen year old self. Tara and the Alpha Team must find the mirror and turn Isabella back before Krislac can get his hands on it to turn himself into a younger and more powerful version of himself. Meanwhile Cal, believing that he has lost his touch on the ladies, bets with Tara and Sparrow that he can still woo Madney Speers in an attempt to salvage his "ladies' man" reputation. (Ar/aP)


TV Series: Season 02; Episode #23: "Tarzan and the Fountain of Youth" (a/k/a "Tarzan and the Arrow of Death")

An aviatrix emerges from the jungle looking as young as she was when her plane went down many years before. Unscrupulous hunters discover that this is due to a secret Fountain of Youth. Tarzan tries to keep the hunters from finding the hidden valley setting of the fountain. The flyer ages as the effects of the fountain wear off. Cheetah drinks the water.


Tarzan's Magic Fountain

Movie: (1949)

Lost race lives where the fountain of youth is located. They keep it a secret from strangers. A female flyer crashes there and is accepted into the tribe. 30 years later she is forced to return to England to testify in a murder case which Tarzan learned about. On the return trip (off screen) she returns to her normal age. When she returns married to the murder suspect, she is an old woman. Tarzan returns them to the tribe under the condition that no one else will ever come there. Both are returned to youth (off screen). Bad guys are killed before they can reach the fountain. Cheeta the chimp drinks a sample of the water at the end and is turned into a baby. (age stasis, old aged, ARed)

-- Time


Music Video: Brinca Album: [Mexico] "El Patio de Mi Casa" (1996)

Little girl wanders into poor but happy neighborhood. The girl is shy at first, but Tatiana beckons her into joining them. The girl's mother bursts in and yells at her. That night Tatiana takes her back to the neighborhood. Everyone is in colorful costumes now, the place is brightly lit, and the people are all singing and dancing wildly. The girl's parents have followed and are soon yelling. Tatiana comes up to Mom and peels off the star, revealing a smile on Mom's face instead of the anger she had just seconds earlier. At the end, they all hold hands and the mother is transformed into a little girl too. This seems to be the actual theme, that adults ought to become kids again in order to think like them and have fun with them. Tatiana's own image is sort of that of a kid who never really grew up (her earlier "adult" albums notwithstanding). (AR)

-- Visible Time

Tatoeba Konna Monogatari (?)

Ribbon magazine; "week girl's comic"? (1986 OVA based on manga)

A 30-page short story. The man "Sara Mahiro" (?) is the author. It was the girl version of Tom Hanks' "Big". When the 12-year-old girl got up in the morning, her body had become adult. She had the figure of a 15 year old and her hair had grown.

-- Visible Time

Teach Me How to Cry A.K.A. The Restless Years

Movie: (1957)

In that first role, Sandra Dee was shown aging from 12 to 18.

Tears of Astalis AKA "Cosmo Police Justy", The

Manga Comic Book:

(excellent AP scene, CB) Tsuguo Okazaki, Viz. A convict’s young daughter watches as Justy vaporizes her father. Justy was not expecting to hear him cry out for his daughter with his last thought. The pain on Justy’s face is evidence that he fully comprehends what he has done to this little girl. Astalis declares, “Someday I’ll grow up and be as strong as daddy, and then I promise I’ll kill you! Yes, I’ll kill you!” An old woman wants the reward for Astalis. She locks the little girl in a windowless room by herself. Then, in one big “UUURRRPP” she begins to change, growing into a young woman. However, the expression on her face, and that badly done sound effect, give the impression that she is shocked at a massive burp she has just released. It’s quite funny. This is followed by the demon-possessed look as her body triples in size and grows breasts and she nearly rips out of her child’s clothing. The noise caused by this sudden growth spurt draws the old woman back to the room where she finds a young woman in the place of the child she locked in there. Astalis escapes and wanders a desolate town on Doon in some ill-fitting clothes. She now has the body of a woman, but her mind is still that of a child’s. This becomes especially evident when she stumbles across a little boy who has some food; they exchange a series of looks that, one child to another, they both understood, and he agrees to give her just a little, much to her delight.

A creepy man grabs her arm. Astalis uses her powers to protect herself. We as the reader are simply wondering how she manages to stay in those clothes, which after her encounter with the "bad men" leave her right breast hanging completely out. Her child’s mentality and thirst for revenge keep her from noticing or caring that her clothing is falling off of her now-developed body. Astalis explains she made herself older and stronger for her dad so she can kill Justy.

-- Metamorphose.org

Teen Angel

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #12: "Grumpy Young Men" (19/98)

Steve's dad, Casey, has rejoined the family but when Grandpa moves in as well, Steve learns an important lesson about respecting his elders and Marty learns his invisibility has limits. Marty gives Steve a mustache to help him sneak into a dance club. But in the morning, Steve's facial hair keeps growing, gray hair starts showing and his age keeps going, and going ....


Teen Angel

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

Teen Angel The main character gets picked last in gym so he decides to bulk up. His friend, a wisecracking angel, zaps him and he grows muscles.

-- Visible Time

Teen Titans v2 #22

DC Comic Book: "Titans Hunt Part #02" (07/21/1998)

The Atom is aging and de-aging quickly and randomly. By end, he is restored to pre-Zero Hour status. After being saved by Superman the Green Lantern ages to a 90-year-old man.

-- Unknown

Teen Titans v2 #23

DC Comic Book: "Titans Hunt Part #03: Lost in Space" (08/01/1998)

Green Lantern starts aging backwards.

-- Unknown

Teen Titans v2 #24

DC Comic Book: "Titans Hunt Concludes!: The End" (09/01/1998)

Green Lantern still is aging backwards. He is returned to normal by Waverider.

-- Unknown

Teen Titans

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #02: "Sisters" (26-Jul-2003)

The Titans are at a carnival. Robin and Starfire are sitting on a Ferris Wheel, watching the Fireworks while Beast Boy and Cyborg play carnival games to try to win a giant chicken for Raven. Back at the Ferris Wheel, a strange tentacle captures Starfire and Robin calls the others. Starfire begins getting pulled across the water, but finally breaks free. She flies back to the others, and they all fight the weird robot thing. Robin defeats it by pulling out it's wires. Then they all head back to the Titans Tower, but when they get their a strange vistor is in the main room. It's Starfire's older sister, Blackfire. Blackfire and Starfire talk, and Blackfire gives her some kind of rare Emerald, called a "Centari Moon Diamond". Blackfire makes quick friends with the Titans, and the Titans begin spending most time with her and not Starfire. This makes Starfire mad and she feels like everyone is completley ignoring her. Then, Blackfire reckons having everyone go to a dance floor. They go there, but Starfire, feeling left out, just sits on top of the Dance Floor, Raven sits down and talks to some goth kid, and Robin, Cyborg, and Beast Boy dance with Blackfire. Robin eventually notices that Starfire isn't in the dance floor, and talks to her up on the roof, but Blackfire comes out and pulls him back into the dance floor. Robin goes back out and talks to her again. But Blackfire comes back out, and Cyborg says that there's trouble. It turns out that the old robots from the carnival are back. The Titans go out to fight them, and after Blackfire shoots them, the Titans compliment her and Cyborg offers her to be a Titan. Now Starfire feels really left out, and once they get back to the Titans Tower, she decides to leave. Robin sees her and asks if she's at least gonna say goodbye, but some robot catches her and takes her aboard some Spaceship. Robin jumps onto it and holds onto the bottom of it. Then he pops on top, defeats the robots, and frees Starfire. The Spaceship crashes, and the other Titans head out to see what happened. The Robot says that she has commited robberies. Starfire says she's innocent, and it turns out that Blackfire was just tricking them so she could get away with her robberies. Starfire and Blackfire have a showdown, and Blackfire is taken prisoner by the robots. Starfire decides to stay. While at a rave party Star Fire makes a mistake in a casual conversation and feels a little small.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Teen Titans

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #06: "Nevermore" (30-Aug-2003)

Raven's creepy tantrum of crackling black energy leaves Dr. Light begging for mercy, and the Titans see a new side of Raven- her temper. But, when Cyborg and Beast Boy find a Mysterious Mirror in Raven's room, they're suddenly transported to a strange nightmare world that's somehow connected to Raven. While in Raven's mind Cyborg and Beast Boy meet Raven's timid personality. She shrinks to a little girl when Beast Boy yells at her.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Teen Titans

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #01: "How Long Is Forever" (10-Jan-2004)

It's Blathorg (sic) Day for Starfire, but the Titans are squabbling among themselves as usual. They're interrupted by the Titans Alert - a villain from the future, Warp, is stealing a priceless antique clock. He manages to escape through a time portal, but Starfire pursues him and in the struggle, they both get dropped into the future 20 years down the road - Starfire has Warp's time-travel device.

Starfire looks for her friends, and finds an aged and obsolete Cyborg stuck in the Titans Tower with a limited power supply. He directs her to Beast Boy and Raven - BB is a balding circus freak, and Raven has donned a white cloak and locked herself away to contain her powers full-time. Neither one of them will help Starfire, whom Warp attacks to get his time-travel device. Robin, now "Nightwing," intervenes - Warp escapes and Nightwing/Robin summons the Titans once more. Everyone comes and together they manage to defeat Warp, who reverts to a baby. Cyborg uses the time travel device to send Starfire back to a seconds after she left, and she convinces everyone to celebrate Blathorg Day, (hopefully) changing the future.

Older Beast Boy: (Looks at Warp crying (a baby) Okay, I am NOT changing any diapers.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Teen Titans

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #06: "Date with Destiny" (14-Feb-2004)

The Teen Titans are chasing a jewl theif who has a spider for a head (his name is Fang) All the other titans except Starfire get caught in a goo Fang spit out. Robin gets hit by some sort of laser beam from Fangs fangs. The beam has a poison in it and temporarly make Robin unable to move except for his mouth. Cyborg, Raven, and Beast Boy are at a bridge fighting thousands of mutated moths. Meanwhile at the titans tower Starfire is doing tamerianian (not sure if thats the right spelling) pressure on Robin. Once she does that he can move again. Robin calls Cyborg and Cyborg says things look pretty bad. Robin say that they are on there way, when Killer Moth intercepts the call and takes over. Killer Moth wants Robin to go with his daughter Kitten. Starfire completly freaks out about it. Robin agrees after telling Starfire he really doen't want to. He calls Cyborg again and tells the rest of the titans to search for the connection of Kitten and Killer Moth. Robin arives at the prom on his motorcycle. He turns around and Starfire is behind him. Robin says that she should be investigating Kitty and Killer Moth. Starfire replys with that she will ivestigate Kitten at the prom. Kitten rides up in a pink limo and brags about Robin being her date. She makes Robin walk her onto the yacht (where the prom is) arm in arm. Starfire freaks out and hits the front of the limo sending it into the air and breaking it. Kitten and Robin are sitting at a table while Starfire watches from a short distince. Kitten told Robin to ask her to dance. Robin replied that he doesn't dance. Kitten then pulls out a controller button that controlls the mutated moths. Robin and Kitten start slow dancing with Starfire freaking out again. Kitten wants Robin to kiss her and Starfire REALLY freaks out. Robin told her not even if he paid her. He grabed a control button from kittens hand. (This controls the moths) Meanwhile Cyborg Raven and BB found her house and are in the basement fighting Killer Moth. At the prom the button was pushed and all the moths were let out. Cyborg Raven and BB seal all the exits. Back at the Prom Fang shows up and gives Kitten a bunch o jewelry he stole. Then a fight breaks out between Dobin and Fang. Starfire shots a star bolt at Fang and tells him to keep his legs of her boy (which would be Robin). The fighgoes on and on. Eventuly Robin breaks the controler for the moths turing them back into larva. Police come and arrest Kitten and fang. IOn the Police Van there is Killer Moth. All of the Teen Titans are on the yacht. Spotligh circle around Robin and Starfire and a voice declares them prom king and queen. Robin says "I guess one more dance wouldn't kill me" He takes Starfires hand and they walk to go dance together.

Beast Boy: You know, now that nobody's making them on mutating, these little guys might actually make good pets.

Raven: "Don't even think about it.

-- Dragoniade & Stonegate Shadowlord.

Teen Titans

Cartoon Series: Season 03; Episode #07: "Revolution" (16-Oct-2004)

The Titans hold a 4th of July party. Everything is going well until Mad Mod crashes the party. He claims that the American Revolution was a hoax and claims the city for England. Worse, wanting to get back to his youth, he steals Robin's youth, turning Robin into and old man!

-- Dragoniade & Stonegate Shadowlord

Teen Titans Short

DC Nation Cartoon Short: "Outta Time" (05/09/2012)

Using his Phone Booth time machine Mad Mod attempts to rewind time so he can be young again. (Male Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Cartoon Series: Season 03; Episode #30: "Leatherhead, Terror from the Swamp"

While Raphael is reliving the past, via the Turtles' photo album, their Frog friends in the Florida Swamps (Napoleon Bonafrog, Genghis Frog, and Rasputin) are being terrorized by a mutant alligator known as Leatherhead, who makes them his slaves. They decide to call the Turtles for help. Meanwhile, Krang's scanner picks up Leatherhead's activities and he sends Shredder, Rocksteady and Bebop to the same Florida Swamp to retrieve the mutant alligator and use him to help defeat the Turtles.

But no sooner do the Turtles and April arrive when they are captured by Leatherhead. The Frogs turn the tables and help the Turtles capture Leatherhead.

Shredder and company arrive in the Florida Swamp and stumble upon the Turtles and April, the Frogs and Leatherhead. They decide to track them for awhile before charging in and attacking. Sure enough he finds his golden opportunity when he rescues Leatherhead from the quicksand that the Turtles, the Frogs, and Leatherhead have fallen into. Mutagen creates a modern day fountain of youth.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Cartoon Series: Season 0?; Episode #??: The Turtle's Awesome Easter

This episode is on video, with two episodes on the tape. Ignore the first episode, but the second episode features the Turtles time-traveling to the future. They meet their older future selves (who are truly pathetic, fat, and senile) and help them defeat the time traveling Shredder. They also encounter their friend April 'O Neil, now an old woman and still working for Channel 6....she's shown briefly in the episode. Not exactly AP, but close.


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #06: "Case Of The Killer Pizzas" (15-Nov-1988)

Krang finally relents and provides Shredder with help in defeating the Turtles. Only his request this time is for some "eggs" from Dimension X that look like meatballs. Back on Earth, Shredder learns of a Pizza Bake-Off and decides to use this event to snare the Turtles. Meanwhile, thanks to Shredder, the Turtles learn of the same Pizza Bake-Off and make plans to attend. Splinter suggests that Shredder may be nearby and warns them to be careful. April and Irma attend the Pizza Bake-Off as well. And, while Irma tries to avoid an old boyfriend, April discovers the Turtles presence and agrees to enter their names in the raffles for the Three Prize Pizzas. (Alien aP)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Cartoon Series: Season 04; Episode #13: "Back to the Egg"

Krang invents an age reversing serum that turns any creature into a younger version of itself. He decides to send Captain Kroolik and Grillox, a mutant circus performer from Dimension X, to track the Turtles down and squirt them. Shredder is also sent to go with the Captain. Once they have captured the Turtles, Captain Kroolik intends on putting them in his circus as performers and that will give Krang the opportunity to take over the city.

The Turtles are tracked to a pizza place where Kroolik only gets a chance to squirt two of the Turtles' pizza with the serum. Michaelangelo and Leonardo eat those two pizzas turning them into little Turtles. Not knowing what the cause was for the shrinking, Donatello and Raphael take them and head back to the lair. On their way, they run into the Captain and Shredder who are waiting to capture them. The Turtles manage to escape and continue to the lair. Donatello and Raphael figure that Krang and Shredder are behind what happened to Michaelangelo and Leonardo and head back to the pizza place to find pieces of the original pizzas. While those two are away, Michaelanglo and Leonardo wander off and end up at the Channel Six building with April. She radios Donatello and tells him that Michaelangelo and Leonardo are with her. Donatello asks April if they can stay with her while he and Raphael try to come up with an antidote. In order to keep them occupied while she works, April brings them into one of the studios that is taping a kids show and puts them in the audience.

While searching the city for the Turtles, Captain Kroolik sees Michaelangelo and Leonardo on TV while passing a store. They immediately head for the Channel Six building hoping to capture the toddlers at last. They arrive at Channel Six and manage to capture April, Michaelangelo and Leonardo.

Donatello and Raphael come up with an antidote and put it on pizzas to bring to Michaelangelo and Leonardo. They arrive at the news building to find that Kroolik and Shredder are waiting for them. Donatello tosses the pizzas to Michaelangelo and Leonardo turning them back to their normal size. With the odds stacked up against them, Kroolik and Shredder flee through a portal back to Dimension X.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Cartoon Series: Season 06; Episode #04: "Adventures In Turtle-Sitting" (05-Oct-1992)

Michaelangelo accidentally zaps the other Turtles with the device and Donatello fears that it may have devastating effects on them. Donatello, Raphael, and Leonardo are shrunked down to Turtle Babies.

-- Dragoniade & Stonegate Shadowlord.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Cartoon Series: Season 07; Episode #15: "The Starchild" (18-Dec-1993)

While rummaging through the local junkyard for parts that might be useful to Donatello's penchant for building whacky inventions, the Turtles witness the crash landing of an alien spacecraft. After a debate as to whether or not they should investigate, they go inside and encounter an alien kid named Quarx. (Alien aP)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles V.01 #24

Mirage Comic Book: Volume 01; Book 24: "Down To The River" (08/01/1989)

One of the turtles gets his mutagen sucked out by a leech, causing the leech to progress into a walking, talking humanoid, while the TMNT member slowly regresses back into a regular pet shop turtle. At first he takes on the mentality of a human toddler/infant... then he slowly starts decreasing in size and mobility. Also, near the end, a much, much, much quicker AR sequence happens to an old man, taking him back to infancy and then pre-birth.

-- Master_E1 & Visible Time

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles V.01 #25

Mirage Comic Book: Volume 01; Book 25: "River Hymn" (09/01/1989)

One of the turtles gets his mutagen sucked out by a leech, causing the leech to progress into a walking, talking humanoid, while the TMNT member slowly regresses back into a regular pet shop turtle. At first he takes on the mentality of a human toddler/infant... then he slowly starts decreasing in size and mobility. Also, near the end, a much, much, much quicker AR sequence happens to an old man, taking him back to infancy and then pre-birth.

-- Master_E1 & Visible Time

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles V.01 #26

Mirage Comic Book: Volume 01; Book 26: "Old Man River" (10/01/1989)

One of the turtles gets his mutagen sucked out by a leech, causing the leech to progress into a walking, talking humanoid, while the TMNT member slowly regresses back into a regular pet shop turtle. At first he takes on the mentality of a human toddler/infant... then he slowly starts decreasing in size and mobility. Also, near the end, a much, much, much quicker AR sequence happens to an old man, taking him back to infancy and then pre-birth.

-- Master_E1 & Visible Time

Teenagers From Outer Space

Game: Rule book

The rule book includes an AR scenario


Teenage Muntant Ninja Turtles

Game: (2007) 4th arcade version

Turtles in Time: Shredder can turn any turtle into a baby turtle. (Ar)

-- Anonymous


Movie: (2002)

A frustrated plastic surgeon, who is divorced, wishes himself to be young again. During an occult experiment, his soul changes bodies with a good-looking teenager, known as lady-killer and small-criminal on his school. As an old man in a young body, he must struggle through the teenager ages again. Things go pretty good, until his own daughter falls in love with him.

-- Michael Binary

Temporal Healing

Power: (2012)

The power to heal using temporal manipulation. Combination of Time Manipulation and Healing.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Temporal Rewind

Power: (2012)

The ability to rewind time. Sub-power of Time Manipulation. Opposite power of Time Acceleration.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Ten Brothers

Hong Kong TV Series: Season #01; Episode #20: (02/01/2007)

A sitcom loosely based on Chinese mythology of the same name. Nicky Law (brother 5), Matt Yeung (brother 7). In eps 1 and 2 the boys suddenly grew up. The funniest scene was when they first woke up. Their facial expressions were hilarious. The "thousand mile eyes" brother looked clueless. (male AP)

-- Visible Time

Tenbatsu Angel Rabbie

Anime cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #18: "Damnation Angel Rabbie" 2003 Fall

A cute girl is named Lasty Farson. An angel gives gentle girl Lasty the magic baton to prevent the plot of the secret society. Lasty accepts angel's wish, and she is transformed to Angel Rabbie by angel's power. Based on PC game "Magical Twirler Angel Rabbie" and "Angelic Serenade".

-- Visible Time

Tenchi Muyo; Yosho Jurai


(male) Yosho Jurai: his spaceship kept him young. Tsunami gave him the power to alter his age because it would seem weird that he never aged. He can change back at will.

-- Visible Time

Tenchi the Movie 2: The Daughter of Darkness

Anime Movie: (03/31/1998)

Mayuka was created by the Juraian demoness, Yuzuha, using her and Tenchi's DNA, and was sent to the present time, posing as Tenchi's future daughter. Upon Mayuka's arrival, Ayeka and Ryoko took an immediate dislike towards her, but Sasami begins to like her, and even promised her that they would celebrate Christmas together. Mayuka began to develop her emotions at this point, much to Yuzuha's disgust. Yuzuha began to manipulate her to resume her old mission of kidnapping Tenchi. Curiously, she has the ability to project either an actual Lighthawk Wing or a similarly powerful plane of energy as a weapon, as shown when Ryoko tried to interrogate her. Once Mayuka's true nature was revealed, Yuzuha ordered Mayuka to kidnap Sasami, forcing Tenchi and Ryoko to go after her (Yuzuha) instead. She battled Tenchi and Ryoko, cutting Tenchi up with her claws whilst Yuzuha watched, but in the end, Sasami got through to her. Mayuka managed to break free of Yuzuha's control and attacked her, clawing out her right eye and saying that she didn't want to fight. She was eventually "killed", but after he defeated Yuzuha, Tenchi brought Mayuka's crystal to Washu, and they all agreed to revive her as an infant, thus allowing her to celebrate Christmas with the gang.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Tenjou Tenge

Manga Comic Book?: "?" (?)

The leader of the Yawaraken is a third year student by the name of Natsume Maya. She has immense power and skill, and is able to change the shape of her body at will. To restrain her power, she is typically in the form of a chibi/little girl. When a serious fight comes around though, Maya turns into her adult form and her power multiplies greatly. (Female/Ar & aP)

-- Visible Time

Tense Suspense #2

Comic Book: Fago Publications: "To Be Young Again!" by Paul Newman (02/30/1959)

Scientist Ainsley invents a youth serum at the Forrest Research Foundation. Owner Henry Forrest secretly injects the serum and is turned into a newborn baby.

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org

Teresita of Cabora

Person: Mexican folk saint;

Awoke from a coma with mystical powers, said to include the ability to change her body size and weight at will.

Terra SF 11 The Years Best European SF ED.

Book: Story; "Where Neuroses thrive" by Richard D. Nolane (p. 113)

A woman acts like a child. (Very minor mental ar)

-- Brat


Super Nintendo Game:

Inverted one of the villains do this to Ark once he's outlived his usefulness. However, upon gaining maturity again, he is 'reborn' as the hero destined to defeat Dark Gaia and complete another revolution of the cycle.

-- Jeffr_2bya

The Thanos Quest

Comic Book: Marvel Comics: Issue #2 "Games and Prizes" (1990)

Male (male old aged, male AR)

-- Entropic

The Thirteenth House

Book: by Sharon Shinn (2003)

Kirra Danalustrous was born a mystic "shiftling" - a person with the ability to transform into virtually any other human or animal form. She takes the place of her younger sister Casserah who is unwilling to embark on an obligatory social tour. Kirra spends much of the book in the form of her sister, but also changes into animal forms (like dogs, cats and birds). She also occasionally impersonates men and women. Kirra's servant Donnal spends much of the book as a wolf or in bird form, but he also poses as a maid and mimics Kirra. Kirra has the ability not only to transform herself, but transform other people who aren't shiftlings... She uses this power to turn two people into dogs, one of whom needs to be cured of a disease as an animal. (TF, slight ARed)

-- Metamorphose.org


Thor and the Warriors Four #2

Comic Book: (05/03/2010)

The adventures of Power Pack continue as they reach Asgard, fight Dark Dwarves alongside Thor, and move one step closer to bringing about the end of everything they hold dear!"


Thor and the Warriors Four #3

Comic Book: (06/02/2010)

Oh noes! All of Asgard has been turned into tiny little babies! Volstagg? Baby! Sif? Baby! Odin? Teeny, tiny wittle baby. Now, it’s up to Power Pack and Thor, Tot of Thunder to set things right. Meanwhile, Julie makes a fateful decision that may just play into Loki’s evil plans, and Alex reaches his breaking point.

Three 6 Mafia

Music Video: "Poppin my Collar" (2006)

Kinda looks like Ar. (male AP/AR)

-- Visible Time

They Do Things Differently There


(story in National lampoon) An adult man wakes up to find himself aged 10 again, and back in the '50's ... he can still become aroused, despite his age.


The Thief Lord

Book By Cornelia Funke

After their parents die, Prosper and Bo run away from their aunt and uncle (who, of course, want to adopt only the younger, cuter Bo, and send Prosper off to boarding school), making their way all the way to the city of Venice, Italy, which they had heard much of in the stories told by their late mother. There, they are taken into a gang of street kids who are under the guidance of the mysterious Scipio, also known as the Thief Lord. Prosper and Bo feel safe until they realize that their aunt and uncle have not only tracked them to Venice, but have also hired a private detective to track them down with the aim of recovering Bo. From there the adventure takes off, as the children dodge the detective while at the same time work to secure a mysterious object for an equally mysterious "Conte."

- Chica

The Thief Lord

Movie: Based on a story By Cornelia Funke (Pre-Production)

Set in Venice, two young brothers on the run fall under the care and protection of a mysterious "Thief Lord." Stealing the missing component of a magical carousel capable of restoring youth, they discover a thrilling and unforgettable world of wonder and enchantment.

- TickTock

This Kiss

Music Video; Album: "Practical Magic" by Faith Hill "This Kiss" (1998)

Boy and Girl are aP to teens. (AP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Thor #244 (1st series)

Comic Book: Marvel Comics: "This Is the Way the World Ends!" (Feb. 1976)

Aliens eyes emit strange beams, affecting innocent people (Ar & aP)


The Three Ages of Woman

Painting: by Gustav Klimt's (1905)

AP painting

-- youthdra1n


Three Arabian Nuts

TV Series: Season 0?; Episode #??: "All Gummed Up" (1947)

Three pharmacists decide to help an old lady by inventing a Fountain of Youth serum. They succeed and turn her into a young woman. They then turn her husband into an infant.

For those unfamiliar with the film, the Stooges play druggists who invent a youth elixir to save their business from being evicted by old and nasty landlord Amos Flint. They try the elixir on the landlord's wife (whom he's kicked out of their home for not being beautiful any more). The formula turns her into a curvaceous blonde. Then they trade a dose of the elixir to Amos in trade for the deed to the building housing their drug store. The result is AR that concludes with the landlord in baggy clothes crying like a baby.

A few years ago, a Three Stooges fan group reported that an extra scene was shot for this comedy short, but was deleted so the film could go out at 18 minutes. In this scene, the rejuvenated landlord is played by an actual baby fitted with a great mustache (in the earlier scene, they used a midget). The wife orders Shemp to feed the baby, but Shemp's efforts to get the baby to take the nipple on a baby bottle only results in Shemp getting his thumb bit.


- PixChick

Theodore All Grown Up

Book; by

Ellen Stoll Walsh. One magical morning Theodore wakes up to discover that he has been transformed from a young boy into a grown-up man. At first Theodore is happy about being an adult but as the day progresses, he begins to have second thoughts. He doesn't feel so good after he gives away all his toys. Will Theodore be able to become a little boy again? (male/aP)

-- Visible Time

Thor #201

Comic Book: Marvel: "To Live Again! To Die Forever!" (07/30/1972)

(Possible Ar/aP)

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org


ThunderCats (1986)

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #01: "Exodus"

Thundera. A world about to die. A victim of it's own sun, the planet is about to explode. Jaga, the wisest of the thundarian race, arranges for a massive exodus before this can occur. Upon leaving thundera, Jaga's vessel is separated from the remainder of the fleet, and finds the ship is on a direct course for a planet called Third Earth, but it will take several years for the ship to reach it's destination. Jaga is an old man, and will soon pass on, before he does so, he gives his crew, which includes the young prince Lion-o, the weapons and powers they will need upon touching down on third earth. He also gives Prince Lion-o the ancient sword of Omens. The thundercats are placed in cryogenic storage by Jaga, and years pass, finally, the ship lands on thundera, but Jaga has died. Alone, the thundercat crew, now with lion-o a grown man, and their leader, must face the perils that third earth brings, beggining with the evil Slyth and his mutants, ancient enemies of the thundercats, who have pursued the cub heroes to this world for a showdown.


ThunderCats (1986)

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #05: "Trouble with Time"

There is one where Tigra becomes old in the cave of time and has to bathe in the "Geyser of Life".

ThunderCats (1986)

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #17: "Time Switch"

Liono is exposed to time-affecting gases and slowly regresses to infancy.

ThunderCats (1986)

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #26: "Thundercubs' Part 1"

Mumm-Ra learns about the Treasure of Thundera and the Sword of Plundarr (Jaga had beaten Ratilla, who owned the Sword, and then buried the sword deep underground), and he and Ma-Mutt "travel back in time and space" to explore the debris of Thundera and look for the sword, which causes the planet to reform. The Thundercats find out about this and must make the journey to New Thundera to stop Mumm-Ra. Lynx-O and the Thunderkittens are left at the tower while the other Thundercats at the Lair are preparing the Feliner for the trip to New Thundera. Vultureman notices that the tower is only guarded by 3 Thundercats and goes to Sky Tomb and tells Luna. Luna then sends Red Eye and Tug Mug to attack the Tower, and they capture Lynx-O and the Thunderkittens.

-- Jeffr_2bya

ThunderCats (1986)

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #27: "Thundercubs' Part 2"

Lion-O and the other Thundercats arrive and save Lynx-o and the Thunderkittens from Red Eye and Tug Mug. The Thundercats learn more about New Thundera, especially the dangerous places affected by the moons of Plundarr where the Lunataks come from. The Thundercats must develop special equipment and clothing to counter those dangers. Also, they learn that all the snarfs have been turned into slaves and Snarf and Snarfer want to rescue them no matter what the cost. Vultureman learns of the Thundercats plan, so he abandons the other Mutants and takes the Rat-Star. But Slithe has snuck aboard. Right after the Feliner takes off, the Rat-star ambushes them and it seems all over for the Thundercats aboard the Feliner. Lion-O uses the sword to free everyone and along with Ben-Gali and Wilykit on the HoverCat, go after the Ratstar and it crashes on Hook Mt. The Thundercats leave Third Earth's atmosphere and Lynx-O tells him that Mumm-Ra has already located the Sword of Plundarr.

-- Jeffr_2bya

ThunderCats (1986)

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #28: "Thundercubs' Part 3"

Mumm-Ra retrieves the Sword of Plundarr and the Thundercats arrive on New Thundera. While the Thundercats want to get the Sword and treasure, Snarf and Snarfer want to free their fellow snarfs. While the Thundercats sleep, Snarf and Snarfer sneak away, but are discovered and captured by Mumm-Ra. He disguises himself as Snarfer and he leads the Thundercats to where the treasure is located, but it can only be freed by the Sword of Omens. Once the treasure is freed, Mumm-Ra reveals himself and defeats the Thundercats with the Sword of Plundarr. Now Mumm-Ra possesses the Sword of Plundarr and the Treasure of Thundera.

-- Jeffr_2bya

ThunderCats (1986)

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #29: "Thundercubs' Part 4"

Mumm-Ra tries to get away but the Sword of Omens breaks open the casket dropping the treasure all over the planet, and Snarf, Snarfer, and one other snarf escape. Mumm-Ra gives a false Book of Omens to Ma-Mutt, Slithe and Vultureman, who have arrived on New Thundera in the Rat-star, for safe keeping so that he can decipher the real Book of Omens. The Thundercats go after them through the Caverns of Cold. They head toward the Canyons of Youth, but due to the effects of the canyon, Panthro, Cheetara, Tygra, Snarf, and Snarfer are changed into Thundercubs. Lion-O must use the sword to give the Thundercubs Thundercat understanding. Meanwhile on Third Earth, Jackalman, Monkian, and the Lunataks attack Cats Lair and capture Ben-Gali and Wilykit. Lion-O learns that the Thundercats back on Third Earth are being held prisoner in Sky Tomb, so he decides to send the Thundercubs to Third Earth to rescue them while he tries to get the Book of Omens from Mumm-Ra. Snarf decides to stay with Lion-O and the other Thundercubs prepare the Feliner to leave New Thundera but Mumm-Ra arrives and attacks the Thundercubs.

-- Jeffr_2bya

ThunderCats (1986)

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #30: "Thundercubs' Part 5"

Lion-O frees the Thundercubs from Mumm-Ra's spell and the Thundercubs safely leave New Thundera. Lion-O and Snarf must confront Mumm-Ra and get the Book of Omens. After they defeat Mumm-Ra, they ask Mu-Mutt (using a magical flute) to use Mumm-Ra's "device" to get them back to Third Earth. Meanwhile the Lunataks capture some Berbils and the Thundercubs return to Third Earth and they and the Thunderkittens must go to Sky Tomb to free the other Thundercats and the Berbils. After everyone is freed, they are all cornered by the Lunataks, but Lion-O and Snarf arrive to save the day. The Thundercubs must then go in the Cave of Time to become Thundercats again and Mumm-Ra is abandoned on New Thundera and the Ancient Spirits bring him back to Third Earth.

-- Jeffr_2bya

ThunderCats (1986)

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #37: "Return Of the Thunder Cubs"

Mommra sends Cheetara, Panthro, and Tigra sprawling into the Valley of Youth to regress them in order to manipulate them.

ThunderCats (1986)

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #55: Malcar

Mumm-Ra summons Malcar, an ancient alchemist, to return from the dead. The alchemist returns old and weak, as he was when he died. Mumm-Ra takes him to the forest of youth to restore his youth and power. Malcar regains his powers, and uses them against the Thundercats. He transforms all the Thunderillium on the planet into Thundrainium.


Thundercats (2011)

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #04: "Song of the Petaliars" (08/30/2011)

While traveling through the woods, the ThunderCats come across a group of Petalars - small plant-like creatures whose lifespans are only one day. Lion-O befriends the young Emrick as he and the others try to figure out a way out of the woods and return the Petalars to their home. Meanwhile, Slithe and his lizard army are hot on the ThunderCats' trail to eliminate them. (M/f Creature aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

The Tick

Cartoon Series: Season 03; Episode #05: "Devil in Diapers"

Mr. Mental steals a device from Dr. Pendecker that lets him hypnotize Arthur and the Tick into thinking he's a baby so they'll protect him. Unfortunately, Mental leaves the device in the taxi and has to recover it.

- Jeffr_2bya



Tide claims it can stop aging on clothes. A man walks along and he ages rapidly, but his clothes stay the same. He reaches about 70 in the commercial.

- Jeff

A Tiger by the Tail and Other Stories From the Heart of Korea

Book: "Fountain of Youth" by Lindy Soon Curry, Chan-eung Park (05/15/1999)

Curry retells 25 popular Korean folktales "that demonstrate-the power of love within families, relationships, and life stages." The stories are arranged into five sections: those with familiar themes, those that stress Korean values, a set entitled "The Power of Stories," tiger tales, and tall tales. While storyteller's notes follow most of the selections, there is no source information. Versions of "Cinderella," the marriage of rat's daughter, and Ondal the fool are included. Several selections feature wise, determined women. Unfortunately, the retellings are somewhat flat, without the nicely turned phrases that invite repetition or the liveliness found in Cathy Spagnoli's Asian Tales and Tellers (August House, 1998). Several black-and-white reproductions as well as spot art appear throughout; a center portfolio of full-color photographs and art reproductions shows aspects of the country's culture. A section of adequate storytelling tips opens the volume. While the stories are not completely polished, this title could be considered for libraries serving large Korean-American communities. (male/female Ar)

-- Diane S. Marton

Time and Again

Book? by Terry Carr (p.175)

A bomb goes off that causes a man to wake up in his past when he was thirteen

Time's Fool


(2000) Edmund Lea is condemned to eternal youth until he determines how to lift his curse. Lea, the narrator, perpetually travels a phantom train - except on Christmas Eve, every seven years, when he revisits his English hometown. Time passes, but Edmund remains 17, unable to age, watching the world grow older. He tries to break the spell by way of love, repentance, suicide, muteness, and good causes - all in vain. When he accepts his fate he is finally freed. The tale spans 1970 through 2019.



Books; "Growth"

-- Visible Time

Time Manipulation

Power: (2012)

The ability to alter, change, control and manipulate the flow of time by slowing, accelerating, reversing, or stopping it. Chrono Control, Chrono Force, Chronokinesis, Chronomancy, Temporal Control, Time Control, and Time Warping

-- Jeffr_2bya

Time Machine


The villain is turned old by a effect of getting outside of the time machine.

-- Taz

Time of passage


Possible Ar in this book.

-- Visible Time

Time Theft

Power: (2012)

The ability to steal time from others. Sub-power of Time Manipulation.

-- Jeffr_2bya

The Time Traveller's Wife

Novel: (2003)

A man random travels back and forth through time. Mostly meeting his wife when she was a little girl and returnng as she grows up. (Ar/aP?)

-- Visible Time

Time Trax

TV Series: Season 02; Episode #04: "A Close Encounter" (01/14/1994)

The time traveller encountered an alien boy who aged into his late teens or early twenties due to psychological trauma. It was a good morph sequence. His girlfriend crashed on Earth some time ago, but since their race age very quickly, he has no idea what she looks like. Will his girlfriend still love him? Jesse Spencer: Young Bill, Bernard Curry: Older Bill (male AP, possible old age)

-- Derydan58

Time Twister #2

Fleetway Quality Comic Book: "The Time Machine" (10/30/1987)

In death a man travels back into his past reliving his life. (Male Mental Ar).

[Reprint in 2000 A.D. #324, Alan Moore's Twisted Times]

-- http://www.comics.org

Time Twister #9

Fleetway Quality Comic Book: "The Big Clock!" (05/30/1988)

A man fails to wind a huge clock and time stops. (Male AS)

[Reprint in 2000 A.D. #315, Alan Moore's Twisted Times]

-- http://www.comics.org

Time Twister: Journal #3 of a Cardboard Genius


"In this addition to the series, Alex, scientific genius and creator of the world's first cardboard-box spaceship, has hit a developmental snag. His partner in crime, Zoe, tells him that, due to the theory of relativity, any interplanetary space travel will return them to Earth 50 years older than their friends and relatives. Alex decides to create a time machine to compensate, but gives up after he accidentally transforms his pesky younger brother into a baby. A cliff-hanger ending indicates that a fourth volume is planned."

-- Entropic

Tin Man

TV Miniseries: SciFi (12/07/2007)

Remake/sequel of The Wizard of Oz. Zooey Deschanel plays a waitress who never fit into her small town life. DG (Dorothy) is taken to the Outer Zone (OZ) where she must stop an evil sorceress. She learns that she is actually a princess, the daughter of the former Queen. In Raw's childhood vision, after their mother kisses her goodnight, her older sister Azkadellia kills DG using dark magic to usurp the throne. Her mother resurrects DG by pouring all of her own power into her. As a result the Queen ages a little (grey hair, etc). Toto reveals himself to be a shape shifter, who was her magic tutor from her childhood. (old age)

-- Tazz

Tiny Toon Adventures

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #30: "Fields of Honey" (21/02/1990)

Everyone in the gang has their own Warner Bros. mentor, except Babs. Buster and Plucky are fighting over who is the best: Bugs Bunny or Daffy Duck. They all go to an underground film vault where they check out cartoons of their favorite stars. Babs is disheartened because there hasn't been not one girl star at Warner Bros. The vault keeper gives her some advice: "If You watch them, you will find her". So Babs watches one of the movies and she discovers the old cartoon duo of Honey and Bosko. Babs tries to find Honey, but the vault keeper says that no one has seen her in over fifty years. After some extensive research, she finds out that Honey and Bosko were very popular in the 1930s before Porky Pig became popular, and then they disappeared without a trace. Babs tries to find all she can about Honey, and everyone thinks that she is crazy. The vaultkeeper tells her that laughter is what keeps a toon young, and when the people stop laughing, the toon grows old and fades away. In order for Honey to be popular again, Babs has to build a movie theater that shows Honey cartoons. With financial help from Montana Max (unaware of what is going on), she builds the best movie house around and starts a giant advertising campaign. The campaign works out really well, and everyone turns up for the grand opening of the Honey theater. Babs meets an old woman who gets caught up in the spirit of people laughing. The old woman turns out to be Honey herself! Babs finally meets Honey and wonders where the mysterious voice came from. The vaultkeeper comes out, and uncovers himself as Bosko! They dance into the moonlight as the episode ends.. (Female/Ar)

Tiny Toon Adventures

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #09: "Love Disconnection" - "The Amazing Three" (November 25, 1991)

Babs, Shirley and Fifi are tired of the immature life that they lead and they sneak into a teenage party at Perfecto Prep to prove that they are sexy, sophisticated mamas. Sherly the Loom the psychic girl duck. In this one episode was talking to a really smart guy and she turns into a baby since she has no idea what he is talking about. Plucky turns into a baby the most times in the cartoon series.

-- Taz


Celtic Legend: Land Of The Youth

Tir Na nOg was an enchanted land where the beautiful Tuatha de Danann lived. According to Celtic mythology, the Tuatha De Danann were the last generation of gods and goddesses to rule Ireland and they were possessed with magical abilities and great skills in the Arts. They were eventually conquered in battle but were allowed to stay in Ireland if they remained underground. From then on they became known as the Celtic fairies. Nobody ever grew old or sick in Tir Na nOg. Closey related to The Legend Of Niamh and Oisin.

More about the enchanted land called Tir-na-nÒg - the land of youth. This is the Celtic otherworld, the land of the happy living, the land of the dead. This is where the heroes of legend and the deities now reside. In this realm, aging is unheard of. It is in this section that we will explore the means by which mere mortals may delay aging and maintain a youthful appearance and spirit, and so bring Tir-na-nÒg to this realm.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Tlingit Myths and Texts

Book: by John Reed Swanton (06/02/2008)

This work represents the Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 39. The following myths and texts were collected at Sitka and Wrangell, Alaska in January through April 1904 from the Tlingit Indians in residence there.

[ Then he made the old man look young, got feathers to put into his hair and a marten-skin robe to put over him so he appeared very handsome. But said to him, "You are not going ot look like this all the time. It is only a day or so." After this the rejuvenated man got into his skin canoe, for this was well to the north, and paddled over to where the girl lived. ]

-- Jeffr_2bya

To the Ends of Time

Sci-Fi Channel Original Movie: Live Action: (1996)

(Done in cuts) Little girl princess (Kristin Sweet) rapidly ages and grows into Christine Taylor. 12 year old girl aging to an old woman over a matter of days sequence. (Also old age AP, male AP, AR/RN scene)

-- Guest & Visible Time

To Your Scattered Bodies Go

Book 1: by Philip Jose Farmer [Riverworld Saga] (06/30/1998)

To Your Scattered Bodies Go is the Hugo Award-winning beginning to the story of Riverworld, Philip José Farmer's unequaled tale about life after death. When famous adventurer Sir Richard Francis Burton dies, the last thing he expects to do is awaken naked on a foreign planet along the shores of a seemingly endless river. But that's where Burton and billions of other humans (plus a few nonhumans) find themselves as the epic Riverworld saga begins. It seems that all of Earthly humanity has been resurrected on the planet, each with an indestructible container that provides three meals a day, cigarettes, alcoholic beverages, a lighter, and the odd tube of lipstick. But why? And by whom? (Male Ar/Female Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Tokkei Winspector

TV Series: Season 01?; Episode #30: "Mother, mother, help"

Sensing her upcoming changes, the Hisashi child steals a larger dress and hides in the restroom during her first growth spurt into a tween while eluding pursuers. Driven by hunger, she sneaks back home. Her larger dress is torn to shreds as she ages into a young woman. She instantly puts on adult size clothes. The mother enters and is shocked her daughter grew up. She is returned to normal in a rejuvenation pod. (excellent AP CB, AP, AR RN)

-- John

Tom and Jerry

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #12: "Baby puss" (25-Dec-1943)

A little girl is dollying up Tom to make him look like a baby cat. Jerry laughs at him, prompting Tom to chase him around the house into a doll house. Jerry dresses up like a doll to escape from Tom, without him noticing. Jerry shows the alley cats from outside the way Tom looks, and they laugh and make fun of him. The alley cats come in the house, and dress Tom in diapers and REALLY make him look like a baby. That's when the little girl appears, and makes the alley cats leave in a hurry. The little girl continues to turn Tom into a baby cat, while Jerry and the alley cats watch while laughing at him.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Tomahawk #120

Comic Book: DC Comics: "The Coward Who Lived Forever!"

A man travels though time facing some great wars ever known. (AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Tomb of Darkness #17

Comic Book: Marvel: "The Secret beyond Belief!" (11/30/1975)

A scientist invents a rejuvenation process and a fellow scientist wants him to share it with the world, but the man refuses because the creative people who have gone through the process are no longer productive as they have all the time in the world to perfect their craft but never finish anything. (Male AS)

[Reprinted from Astonishing #63]

-- http://www.comics.org


Tomb of Dracula #5

Comic Book: Marvel Comics Group: Giant-Size Chillers #1

Lilith was born to Vlad Dracula and Zofia. Gretchin used spell to transform Lilith into an adult vampire. Should Lilith ever die, she would be reborn in the body of another woman.

-- Visible Time

Tom's Midnight Garden

Stage play: adapted from the book by Philippa Pearce (2002)

(2002 Manchester: Adults playing the parts of children is an acquired taste - I found Tom and the three cousins in 'Tom's Midnight Garden' rather arch, but Tom grew on me, and the three cousins grew up in the story. We struggled with the concept of time travel, time machines, and intersecting life-lines. Kirsten Parker, as Hatty, was excellent. Her body language was right out of primary school, and like the notorious cousins, we were convinced she grew taller as her character grew up.)

-- Visible Time

Comic Book Cover

Tom Strong #14

Comic Book: DC Comics: America's Best Comics "The Land of Heart's Desire!" (Oct. 2001)

Tom & Dhalua discover why a planet has been declared off-limits (AR, RN).

Tomorrow's Magic


Deals with King Arthur's return to England, with the aid of a very young Merlin and his companions. Set in a nuclear winter where technology barely exists and magic is staging a comeback. Merlin (for reasons explained in the prior book) is in his late teens and his two companions are also teens of that era. The three of them, plus Arthur are attempting to reunite the various duchies, kingdoms and principalities that England has become against Arthur's old enemy, Morgan Le Fay.


Tomorrow Stories #12

Comic Book: "The Facts Of Life!!!"

Jack B.Quick is a boy genius who lives in the fictional farming town of Queerwater Creek, Kansas. He spends the majority of his time inventing incredible things, most of which tend to backfire When Jack forces a childhood friend into a place called Puberty the boy ages. (aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya


Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #03: "Melisserella" (10/26/1998) [FOX]

Melissa Screetch, is an hateful brat that plays absurd and brief parodies of popular stories. In one of those cartoons, she makes a coarse imitation of "Cinderella" titled "Melisserella". When her "Fairy Godmother" appears, she turns the dwarf, hideous and cranky kid "Mellisserella" in a tall, attractive, beautiful and kind teen "Melliserella". Naturally, like in the story, at 12:00 a.m., the beautiful "Melliserella" backs to an insolent brat again. (Ar/aP)

-- Eddieursa

Toopy and Binoo

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #10: "Baby Toopy" (11/03/2005)

Toopy (a large, talking rat) wants to play baby with Binoo (Toopy's living plush cat), with Toopy being the mommy, and Binoo being the baby. But Binoo wants to be the mommy, so he puts a pacifier in Toopy's mouth, turning him into a baby. He remains a baby until the end, when he drinks a bottle of milk and changes back to normal. Then, Binoo puts the pacilier in his own mouth, and turns into a baby.

-- Metamorphose.org

Top-Notch Comics #11

Comic Book: "The Case of the Infants of Death" (01/30/1941)

The Skull has a shrinking potion which turns his victims into infants. He begins to go on a kidnapping spree. Babara Sutton finds a job as a news photographer for the Northville Courier, so she can cover stories and perhaps, help the Black Hood. After snapping a few photos, they're developed at the newspaper office. One of her photos has a "secret" message indicating that the Skull is planning his next kidnapping. As she heads to the police station, she bumps into patrolman Kip Burland, and tells him about the photo (she does not know he is also the Black Hood). Barbara hurries to the police station, and moments later the Black Hood visits the home of the Skull's intended victim.

When the Black Hood enters the complex, the Skull makes his grand entrance too. His victim is still alive, and the Skull and the Black Hood begin to fight it out. Soon, Barbara enters the room and sees the two are still struggling. The police are not far behind her, and they come rushing into the same room. Though outnumbered, and cornered, the Skull is far from being defeated, and he grabs Barbara and leaps out the window.

Sergeant McGinty believes the Black Hood is in cahoots with the Skull, and shows him the photo Barbara took to prove it. The Black Hood takes note of a street sign in the photo, and quickly rushes out to save Barbara. His hunch about her location proves successful and he finds Barbara still safe.

Meanwhile, the Skull has gone back to his intended victim's house to finish the job. He notices that the police are inside, and surrounding the building. Somehow, he gets inside and tinkers with the fire sprinklers. Soon, vapors are chocking the police force and turning them into infants.

Once again, the Black Hood crashes in and kicks down the Skull. The Skull's nose filters fall from his nostrils and he begins to chock and turn into an infant himself. After his arrest, and a few days later, the whole police force, the Skull and the kidnapped "infants," have become adults again, due to the potion has worn off.

-- Coodie2

Totally Hidden Video

TV Series:

This rip-off of "Candid Camera" aired in the late 1980s. Grandfathers took their grandkids to the park and "discovered" a booth that said "fountain of youth". They'd go in, and a little boy would come out, claiming to be the grandfather. The kids looked more terrified than amused, in my opinion. (AR pranks)

-- DB Cooper

Totally Spies

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #05: "Child's Play" (12/01/2001)

The villain was using toy dogs and doll to *zap* people into thinking that they where seven years old. One of the spies gets zapped and dresses up in a pink party dress to emulate her age.

-- Hobbimton

Totally Spies

Cartoon Series: Season 03; Episode #16: "Evil Airlines Much?" (04/10/2005)

When a brand new, super-chic, super-fast airlines debuts Clover is totally stoked - because she just won a contest to fly on the plane's maiden voyage!!! Clover, along with a gaggle of international mega-celebrities, will fly from L.A. to Paris in the blink of an eye! She is living the jet-set life… until the flight begins and she and the rest of the passengers find out that their pilot is actually a demented baddie suffering from a major case of CWS (Celebrity Worship Syndrome). Since he couldn't seem to hang with the cool crowd down on earth, he's decided to take them on a "permanent vacation" - he'll "fly the friendly skies" with them forever and ever! Of course, he didn't count on having a spy on board. And so, after a 911 x-powder call from Clover, it's Sam and Alex to the rescue. In a b-story, Sam and Alex are angry at Clover for "forgetting" to mail their contest entries. Entries for the contest that Clover's just won!!

-- SpyHandler

Totally Spies

Cartoon Series: Season 04; Episode #03: "I Hate the 80's" (04/05/2006)

No longer a worshipper of the 70s, Boogie Gus has gleefully discovered the 80s, and he’s bent on using his new device – “The Eightifier” - to turn Beverly Hills into the ultimate 80's paradise. Can the spies stop Boogie Gus before their home town goes retro for good? In a b-story, an old flame from Jerry’s past turns up. Will true love bloom again? (Female, Male/Ar)

-- AveRage Joe

Tower of Druaga: The Sword of Uruk

Anime Cartoon Series: (2009)

A character from the show seems to have the ability to age into a 15-19 year old looking woman from a very young age. There is a quick revert in the first episode and I wanted to give you all a heads up.

-- Clouded

Toy Story 2


Girl aging scene.

-- Visible Time


Movie: (1985)

A cop possesses a little girl to send a message to the past. (Alyson Croft)

-- Visible Time

Trancers 2

Movie: (1991)

Cop possesses teenage version of same girl. (Alyson Croft)

-- Visible Time


Transformers, The

Cartoon Series: Season 03; Episode #11: "Forever is a Long Time Coming" (08-Oct-1986)

The Quintessons build a device which focuses chrono energy in an attempt to go back in time, stopping their robots from rebelling. A team of Autobots end up in Cyberton's past, fighting against the Guardians, while a timid robot from the past, A-3, is transported to the 21st century. The time-travel mechanism eventually goes berserk, threatening the entire universe as time begins to lose meaning. Eventually, A-3 is returned to the past, where he deactivates the Guardian robots, and bids the Autobots to return home. Later, an Autobot notes that A can stand for 'Alpha' and 3 can stand for'Trion'...

-- Buzz E Coyote

Traveling Backward

Children's Book: by Toby Forward

Mrs. May prepares a potion for Fanny's dying grandfather which makes him young, but it makes him younger and younger.

The Triangle

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #01: "Part 1" (12/06/2005)

In the beggining we see Columbas have a run in with the Burmuda triangle in which him and his crew see a 21st century cargo ship, one of the crew I guess gets affected by time and ages or something, it looked like he was aging. But the true ap came in the middle. An airplane runs into navy planes from 40s while in the triangle and while dodging them they crash into the water, killing everyone or so we thought. While looking at the wreckage even though the plane crashed 2 hours ago, it looked like it crashed 60 years ago (the same time the planes were from) and the planes look like they just crashed. A psycic believes there is a little girl who survived somehow and when they go down to the bathroom stall she was in and when the open it up they find a old woman who claims she was the girl, has no memory of what happened and is still mentally 6. (Female/aP)

- Tazz

A Trip to the Land of Knowledge

Movie: (65 minutes 1995 art film)

A young girl escapes from her drab black and white reality into Kodachrome fantasy only to find herself face to face with her worst fears. The film describes what if feels like to be a trapped adolescent girl. Pressured by parents and teachers, she refuses to fulfil their expectations, experiencing the scary awakening of sexuality as her body grows out of control.

-- Visible Time



June Lockhart an old witch becoming younger witch.(cut)(they use June's own daughter Ann Lockhart)

True Fiction

Book: by J.B. Miller

There are five stories in the first volume - stories that will make you wonder about the fountain of youth, magical things and unbelievable luck. Your job? Decide which parts are true and which parts are fiction. They all have a little of both. Volume One will be available for purchase on May 1, 2007 in time for the holidays. See if you can figure it out! (Possible Ar)

-- Anonymous


TV Series: Season 06; Episode #01: "Who Are You Really?" (07/06/2013)

Bill's messy reincarnation is cause for Sookie, Eric, Jason, Jessica, Tara, Pam and Nora to flee the Authority compound. Sookie and Eric aren't sure who or what he is and don't want to get close enough to find out. All the while, Sam, Luna and Emma dodge the many guards. Alcide finds out what's required of a packmaster and learns of the ups and downs that come with the job. In Bon Temps, Andy gets used to being a new father to four newborn human-faerie hybrids. The Louisiana governor declares war on vampires. A creepy stranger gives Jason a lift. Jessica returns to Compton Place. (Female aP)

True Blood

TV Series: Season 06; Episode #04: "At Last" (07/07/2013)

Ahh, the joys of puberty. Andy's faerie daughters aged in a darkened room from about 10 y.o. to age 20. "It's happening again!" We couldn't see the growth, but heard their voices changing. Fast growing legs pushed the sisters off the bed. (slight APed UC glimpse)

Truth Until Paradox

Book: 2nd Edition: Short Story "Waiting for Yesterday" by Brett Brooks

A woman use magic it backfires on her and makes her older. at the end she regresses. [Page 150]

-- Brat

Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie


The blue ranger has been injured and a little 10-year old has been chosen to fill in for him. When the boy transforms into a Power Ranger he doubles in size.

-- Visible Time



The story of two teenagers, Melly and Anny Beth, who have lived over 150 years each. Once residents of a nursing home, they agreed to be part of an experiment on "unaging." The plan was for senior citizens to age backwards, eventually remaining 25-30 years old indefinitely, but the procedure didn't go as planned. Melly and Anny Beth find problems in getting younger, especially during the teenage years when they are trying to live independently. Searching for a family to adopt them before they become too young to care for themselves at all, they discover someone is searching for them.

Turn Back The Clock


Joe and Mary run a tobacco store and are just scraping by. When old friend Ted comes into the store, they renew their friendship, even though Ted is now wealthy and married to Elvira, whom Joe could have married himself, and become the rich one. After a domestic squabble Joe is hit by a car, and when he wakes up he is 20 years younger and can rectify his error and marry Elvina and her money. He does, relives his life as a wealthy man who still remembers his 'other' life, and what happened during those years. In the end he realizes that he isn't as happy as he was formerly, and things come to a head when his 'new' life catches up with his old one.



Cartoon Series: Season 0; Episode 0: "Old Man Tut" (11/27/2004)

Tutenstein becomes aggravated because he can't get into adult movies and clubs, so he decides to change his appearance to look older, even though he is over 3000 years old. (male AP/AR)

-- O

Twice Told Tales

Movie: (1963)

Our first little terrible tale finds Vincent Price and co-star Sebastian Cabot in bad old-guy make-up so you know that there's going to be some age-regression going on in this one. Price and Cabot are a couple of old coots who have been friends for years. It is Cabot's birthday and he's invited Price over so that he can whine and moan about his fiancee that died on him almost forty years before on their wedding day. Cabot has never quite moved on from that day and has never loved another and in fact has his woman buried out in the backyard in a handy little crypt (he also has a coffin for himself in there so that he can be with her in death). You can tell that Price thinks his rotund little buddy has wasted his life obsessing and fantasizing about this woman, but what are you going to do, right? Since this is a spooky story, it is a dark and stormy night and there's a really big crack of thunder and dad gum it if the lightning hasn't gone and blown the door clean off the crypt! Cabot takes Price with him to investigate and they find his lady (Sylvia) laying in her coffin, but there's something strange about the way she looks. Even though she's been dead for forty years, she looks just as she did on the day she died! Cabot quickly determines that the water that has been leaking into her coffin is some sort of fountain of youth (don't ask me how he figured that out - he's a scientist and he ran a few tests - what more do you want?) and then decides that he should drink it down. He gets younger before an astounded Price, though he is still a lard ass (now that would be something to write home about - a fountain of youth that takes off the years and the pounds!) and he convinces Price he should knock back some of the wonder juice as well. The next step is for Cabot to inject Sylvia with the stuff and she comes back to life, not ever realizing that she had been dead. What no one knows though (uh, except for Price and Sylvia) is that back in the day the two of them had some type of thing going on, he got mad at her for marrying Cabot (it was just to spite Price) and poisoned her on her wedding day. Cabot hears this, confronts Price and bad things happen to all involved.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Twilight Zone (Four-Color #1173) [#1](1st series)

Comic Book: Dell Publishing Company (Dell 4 Color?): "Specter of Youth" (Mar - May 1961)

Elderly, miserly antiques dealer samples strange liquid from a recovered sunken amphora

The Twilight Zone

Comic Book: Dell: "Beyond The Window" (May - July 1962)

Max Hanson is a pitiful relic of the past lost in teh bustling world of today...but old smiles secretly to himself, for his trembling fingers hold the key to the fantastic world of the past...

-- Jeffr_2bya

Twilight Zone #87 (1st series)

Comic Book: Western Publishing Company (Gold Key): "Cover Artist" (Oct. 1978)

Artist discovers magic paints he uses to paint portraits of himself and his wife

Twilight Zone, The

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #05: Walking Distance (10/30/59)

Harried advertising agent Martin Sloane visits his home town and slips thirty years into his childhood.


Twilight Zone, The

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #29: "Nightmare As A Child"

Schoolteacher Helen Foley (Rule) is haunted by the recurring image of herself as a child. Time paradoxes play a minor role in this episode.



Twilight Zone, The

TV Series: Season 03; Episode #21: "Kick the can"

(Originally Broadcast on 2/9/62)Written by George Clayton Johnson Producer: Buck Houghton Director: Lamont Johnson

( show and movie { cut } ) A group of seniors living in a retirement home feel that they can be young if they act young. They play a game of kick the can and they are magically transformed into children. One of the oldsters who refused to play the game now sees the error of his ways and begs to play the game...but it's too late.

Twilight Zone, The

TV Series: Season 03; Episode #31: The Trade-ins (4/20/62)

Youth isn't all it's cracked up to be, as an old man learns when a mind and personality transplant gives him a lonely new life in a young new body.


Twilight Zone, The

TV Series: Season 03; Episode #34: "A Young Man's Fancy"

(Originally Broadcast on 5/11/62) Written by Richard Matheson Producer: Buck Houghton Director: John Brahm

Alex is a man who's mother has recently died. He returns to the house of his youth with his fiancee, hopefully to prepare the house for sale. While thee, Alex pines for his youth, a desire fueled by furniture and other bits of his past that appear from nowhere. Soon, Alex refuses to sell the house. Alex actually returns to his youth, aged about ten, and orders his fiancee to leave the home. She does, leaving Alex among the ghost and memories of a past that he now relives.

Twilight Zone, The

TV Series: Season 04; Episode #14: Of Late I Think Of Cliffordville (4/18/63)

A heartless, very rich man desires to return to the small town where he was born and start life again. He figures he will end up even RICHER this time, since he already knows where all the big oil fields will be, which stocks will go up, etc. A demon obliges him.


Twilight Zone, The

TV Series: Season 04; Episode #15: The Incredible World Of Horace Ford (04/18/63)

Toy manufacturer literally becomes a child again when he visits his old neighborhood.


Twilight Zone, The

TV Series: Season 05; Episode #11: "A Short Drink From A Certain Fountain" (Originally Broadcast on 12/13/63)[Episode #131] Written by Rod Serling Based on an idea from Lou Holtz Producer: Bert Granet Director: Bernard Gerard

Wealthy Harmon is growing old. He is afraid he is going to lose his younger mean brother He goes to his brother, who has invented an experimental youth serum. He takes the serum and becomes young again. But the reversal doesn't stop. He soon turns into a baby. The wife is horrified, but the brother demands that he take care of the baby or she won't get any money. (cuts)

Twilight Zone, The

TV Series: Season 05; Episode #15: The Long Morrow (01/10/64)

A scientist hopes that by refusing to use a suspended animation apparatus on a thirty year space probe he will remain in the same age ratio as the woman he loves.


Twilight Zone

TV Series: Season 05; Episode #16: "The Self Improvement of Salvadore Ross" (01/17/1964)

A man finds he can trade or buy characteristics from other people. He sells his youth to an old business man and then buys it back a year at a time from a young male and his friends. Based on 1961 short story by Henry Slesar. (male APed, male old age, male AR)

-- Lady Sekhmet

Twilight Zone, The

TV Series: Season 05; Episode #17: "Number 12 Looks Just Like You" (24-Jan-1964)

In a future world where teenagers pick their adult bodies from a catalog, a plain girl wants to remain unchanged.

-- Visible Time

The Twilight Zone (1985)

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #10: "Wish Bank"

I just caught a piece of a show that I had started to tape that had AR potential but veered away (New Twilight Zone - 1985) where a woman finds a magic lamp at a yard sale. She rubs it and ends up in a bank like setting where an 'account manager' doles out wishes. One wish was to be or look 10 yrs younger but there was a problem with her wish(es) and in frustration she says 'I wish I'd never found that lamp' and THAT wish is immediately granted) .


The Twilight Zone (1985)

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #28: "Her Pilgrim Soul" (1985)

Danica McKellar. A lifelike holographic projection grows from fetus to womanhood at the rate of ten years a day. Scientist falls in love with her. Also made into an MIT play with good special effects. (AA)

-- Visible Time

The Twilight Zone (1985)

TV Series: Season 02; Episode #04: "Aqua Vida"

a bottled water company supplied water that kept it's users young, A young looking coworker confessed her true age (50's I think but looked 25) to a friend and the gave her the company's business card. Seems the friend was 30ish. She had the water delivered to her home and paid for it. She loved it at first BUT (thee's always a 'but' ;-) ) found out that without it she rapidly AP'd past her real age. She had to continually use the water or turn elderly before her time.

Memory time...it seems that the husband used it too. It also seems that at the end they both decide to be old together rather than continue buying the water. Not sure about that ending at all... could be confusing it with something else.

- Time

First, something old: In the 'New Twilight Zone' description of the episode of the magic water that makes a female TV anchor look younger than her actual age, Louder is correct about the husband taking the water too. When she confesses to her husband that when the water wears off, she looks much older than her actual age (and doesn't want to pay the increasing cost of the water), he drinks some too so they'll both eventually look old together. He explains that he loves her so much, he wants to get old with her. And the episode ends with both covered with fairly good age makeup (looking about 60) sitting on a park bench feeding pigeons and looking lovingly at each other. The episode's title is 'Aqua Vida' and was originally aired on CBS on October 10, 1986.

- PixChick

The Twilight Zone (1985)

TV Series: Season 03; Episode #30: "Father And Son Game"

In the near future, a businessman fights for control of the family company with his father, who has been transformed by radical operations into a young man.


The Twilight Zone (1985)

TV Series: Season 03; Episode #08: "Our Selyna Is Dying"

A doctor becomes suspicious when a dying old woman mysteriously becomes youthful, while her young niece simultaneously ages overnight.


Twinkle Star Sprites

Video Game: ()

Ran ages to somewhere past puberty when she powers up and becomes Princess Sprites. It doesn't last — she becomes a little girl again at the end of the game.

-- Visible Time

Twisted Metal III

Game: PlayStation: by Sony Computer Entertainment (Jun 15, 2006)

Auger wishes to let people see his inner child. His wish is granted. (M/Ar)

-- Anonymous

Twisted Metal Head-On

Game: Sony PSP: by Sony Computer Entertainment (Jun 15, 2006)

The ghost of Simon Whittlebone a.k.a Mr. Slam wishes to be reborn. (Ar)

-- Anonymous

Two Siblings Fela Pure Chapter 5

Hentai Manga: (2012)

A pair of siblings receive some youth pills from their father. (Male Ar)

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