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"Little Boy Lost"
November 16, 1974
Howard is a young boy who won't speak after nearly causing the death of a friend of his. His lack of speech nearly brings about his own end until Billy comes to the rescue. But will his silence bring disaster for his own father?
As we discussed in a previous interview, this is actor Michael Gray's favorite episode. So it made sense to ask Michael to join us to review "Little Boy Lost". In this episode we discuss the mixed moral message, writer/director Arthur Nadel, real life trauma of children, and John's reversal of his opinion of this episode.
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Moral: “If you don't communicate, you'll never solve your problems, and the most important communication for all of us, is with the ones we love. Remember, there are times when everyone needs help, even you."
John Carter as Sam
Eddie Firestone as Lou
Mark Edward Hall as Howard