Narrator: One upon a time out in California a sixty-seven-year-old man lived with his thirty-three-year-old son. Meanwhile up in Fairbanks Alsaka, there was this big avalanche. Get the connection?

[disappointed]

Narrator: You don't.

Colonel Garroway: Two days ago there was an avalanche in Alaska An frozen object was discovered that been identified as your father.

Edwin Carpenter: After all these years.

Colonel Garroway: Um, Mr. Carpernter there is something I haven't told you.

Edwin Carpenter: I'd like to bring the body back here.

Colonel Garroway: Your father's alive.

Edwin Carpenter: Alive!

Colonel Garroway: Whatever your father may be chronologically, physically and mentally he hasn't aged a day since he fell in that glacier. Your father for all intents and purposes is thirty-three years old.

Luke: Not bad for a hundred and one. Don't look a day over over ninety.

[Chuckles]

Edwin Carpenter: What are you doing on the floor?

Luke: Playing with my grandson.

[laughs]

Colonel Garroway: Your father's alive, Mr. Carpenter.

Edwin Carpenter: Alive! That's impossible! He was frozen sixty-seven years ago!

Colonel Garroway: He melted.

Colonel Garroway: [shows newspaper article to Edwin and Ken]

Ken Carpenter: Grandpa!

Edwin Carpenter: Dad!

Colonel Garroway: Oh, no...

Luke: Not bad for a hundred and one. Don't look a day over ninety!

Luke: [Series catch phrase] Not bad for a hundred and one. Don't look a day over over ninety.