Frame on the Wall: The Making of 'The Door in the Floor'

26 min

But Tim,

he stayed awake all night long.

And every time that thing crawling

between the walls came crawling back,

he'd hit the wall,

and he'd listen to the monster...

scurry away,

dragging his thick, wet fur,

and no arms and no legs with it.

- And that--

- ls the end of the story.

Where's Mommy?

Mommy, uh-- lt's her turn

at the other house, remember?

lt's my turn tomorrow night.

But she'll be here in the morning, okay?

- [ Smacks Kiss ] Okay.

- Are there any mice in this house?

Hmm. Everyone has mice.

Mice are everywhere.

See you in the morning, Ruthie.

[ Electric Typewriter Clacking ]

[ Typewriter Motor Shuts Off]

[ Turn Signal Clicking ]

[ Ship's Horn Blowing ]

[ Children Laughing ]

Eddie? Eddie?

Mrs. Cole?



You can drive, can't you?

Oh, yeah. Yes l can.

l know boys your age. They love

to drive every chance they get.

Yes, ma'am. But l don't

know how to drive a stick.

lt's an automatic.


Yes, ma'am.

Sorry about before. l was--

l was expecting Mr. Cole.

Ted lost his license

three months ago.

You're not at Exeter anymore.

You can call us by our first names.


[ Door Opening ]

[ Doors Shut ]

[ Thumping ]

Aren't you coming in?

Not tonight.

[ Door Shuts, Engine Starts ]

[ Man Chuckles ] Did it

hurt? Does it hurt much?

No, l'm all right. l'm all right.

Don't worry about me. Eddie!

lt is an honor to meet you, sir.


l want to thank you in advance for this

experience. Ah, well, l hope you find it worthwhile.

Ed, this is Doctor Loomis.

Eddie's my new assistant. Hi.


Yeah. Exeter, '05.

l was class of'61.

Good stuff.

So, Tuesday, yeah? Right.

See you then. Tuesday, yeah.

Nice to meet you, Eddie. Ciao.

l've read all your novels and

all your children's books-- 3:30?

Yeah, 3:

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