A five year-old boy from rural Oklahoma begins telling his mother extensive details about his past life. He says he lived in Hollywood during the 1930's, claiming to have been wealthy and having friendships with the likes of Rita Hayworth. After hearing her son give vivid details about an era no five year-old should know about, the mother checks out some library books about early Hollywood. When she showed her son the books, he paused on a page with a black and white film still that had no captions. Much to her surprise, her son points to a man in the photo and screams, "That's me! You found me mommy! That's me, and that's George!" The man he was pointing to was an actor and "George" later turned out to be George Raft in Paramount's 1932 film "Night After Night". This is the amazing story of a young family's emotional journey to unravel and understand what they believe to be their son's previous life identity.