- In the segment, The Mysterious Stranger creates a miniature civilization out of clay figures and bestows life on them only so that he can snatch it away again. It is no wonder why some cable network airings of the movie edited this segment out altogether.
- The Nightmare Face The Mysterious Stranger gives out as he destroys the clay village is chilling, especially near the end where his face transforms into a skull as he suggests that they could create more clay life for another time.
- Additionally, the Injun Joe segment almost immediately afterwards, serving as a jumpscare.
Nightmare Fuel / The Adventures of Mark Twain
The mini-adaptation of The Mysterious Stranger is known for being one of the creepiest things ever put to film, let alone a film that you could ostensibly show to children. It is one meaningful, accurate adaptation. And it will haunt your nightmares.