The Twilight Zone Mystic Seer 1:1 Scale Prop Replica Theme Park Edition - Entertainment Earth Exclusive
The Twilight Zone Mystic Seer Theme Park Edition 1:1 Scale Prop Replica Theme Park Edition - Entertainment Earth Exclusive:
- Limited Edition of 350 pieces.
- Can you predict the future?
- Life-size replica featuring true to theme park design.
- Authentic, functioning reproduction Mystic Seer prop replica from The Twilight Zone!
- Working coin mechanism, dispenses "fortunes," and more!
- Download printable fortune cards right here! Card Front Card Back
The Mystic Seer has a real napkin holder (napkins not included) and a coin slot with a working lever on the front that magically dispenses your "fortune"! A key opens a compartment in the front so you can retrieve your coins and try again for a fortune you might like better. The Mystic Seer is a limited edition and comes with 24 fortune cards, a certificate of authenticity, and premium packaging. Other versions have sold out so don't wait and order yours today before they disappear again into The Twilight Zone!
The Mystic Seer appears in "Nick of Time, the 1960 Episode #43 from Season 2 of The Twilight Zone" starring William Shatner as Don S. Carter and Patricia Breslin as Pat Carter, newlyweds whose car breaks down in Ridgeview, Ohio. They choose to have lunch at the Busy Bee Cafe while waiting for the repairs to be made, and the table they sit at has a fortune teller machine that answers yes or no questions for a penny each. Superstitious Don becomes infatuated with the device's apparent ability to predict the future, thereby threatening his marriage and his future with Pat.
As Rod Serling says in the opening narration to the episode, "The hand belongs to Mr. Don S. Carter, male member of a honeymoon team on route across the Ohio countryside to New York City. In one moment, they will be subjected to a gift most humans never receive in a lifetime. For one penny, they will be able to look into the future. The time is now, the place is a little diner in Ridgeview, Ohio, and what this young couple doesn't realize is that this town happens to lie on the outskirts of the Twilight Zone."
Please Note: There is a production error on the individually numbered holographic sticker. It states a production run of 2,400 pieces but the actual production run is 350 pieces.
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