And you thought that kid from The Sixth Sense was spooky. Meet Anthony Fremont from Peaksville, Ohio. He’s got mental powers that would put an X-Man to shame: he can make it snow, read people’s thoughts and make electricity, TV signals, cars and a dog … disappear. All this obviously scares the living daylights out of all the adults in his life, who tread lightly around him and make sure to praise his every move. That’s until Dan the drunk shows up and tells little Anthony what a crappy kid he is. And what does old Dan get for it? He gets turned into a human jack-in-the-box. And nobody better tell Anthony they’ve got a problem with that.
Too bad the pic above is NOT Billy Mumy, who played Anthony Fremont in the episode. It's a pic of Ron Howard. Dolts.
@DenisJones The picture for "It's a Good Life" IS of Billy Mumy. That picture is taken from the scene where he is in the front yard creating his "monster." That picture is widely circulated in connection with this episode. Look in the mirror before calling people dolts.