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Kevin Arnold is a scary kid — or at least he can sure be made to look sinister.
Recently, TV writer and producer Jon Friedman had some fun with an old Wonder Years clip where he removed the voice of Daniel Stern narrating and added in some synthesizer playing chords that are horror film-esque.
The result is the Fred Savage character from the classic ABC comedy-drama comes off as a scary little guy when he is questioned by his mother and school principal.
The clip, which has more than 7,500 retweets and about 16,000 likes, works so well because kids in horror films always make things that much more creepy.
The Wonder Years ran from 1988 until 1993.
Check out Friedman’s eerie creation below:
I replaced the narrator in The Wonder Years with 80’s horror synth pic.twitter.com/MJVlFlJXrE
— Jon Friedman (@friedmanjon) August 10, 2017
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