The Time Tunnel

Regular Cast: James Darren (Tony Newman); Robert Colbert (Doug Phillips); Whit Bissell (Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk); John Zaremba (Dr. Raymond Swain); Lee Meriwether (Dr. Ann MacGregor).

Production Credits

Creator and Producer Irwin Allen
Associate Producer Jerry Briskin
Story Editor Arthur Weiss
Music Supervision Lionel Newman
Theme Johnny Williams
Production Supervisor Jack Sonntag
Production Associate Hal Herman
Unit Production Manager Bob Anderson
Directory of Photography Winton Hoch, A.S.C.
Post Production Supervisor George E. Swink
Art Director Jack Martin Smith and Rodger E. Maus
Set Decoration Walter M. Scott and Norman Rockett
Assistant to the Producer Paul Zastupnevich
Special Photographic Effects L. B. Abbott, A.S.C.
Make-up Supervision Ben Nye
Hair Styling Supervision Margaret Donovan
Production Coordinator Les Warner
Supervising Sound Effects Editor Don Hall, Jr.
Sound Effects Editor Robert Cornett
Post Production Coordinator Robert Mintz
Supervising Music Editor Leonard A. Engel
Music Editor Sam E. Levin
An Irwin Allen Production in Association with
Kent Productions, Inc.
Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc.
William Self in Charge of Production
Filmed at the Hollywood Studios of Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc.

First Season (1966--1967)

Rendezvous with Yesterday

Guest Cast: Michael Rennie (Capt. Malcolm Smith); Susan Hampshire (Althea Hall); Gary Merrill (Senator Leroy Clark); Wesley Lau (Master Sgt. Jiggs); Don Knight (Grainger); Gerald Michenaud (Marcel); John Winston (the Guard); Brett Parker (Countdown Technician).

Production Credits: Harold Jack Bloom and Shimon Wincelberg (Teleplay); Irwin Allen and Shimon Wincelberg and Harold Jack Bloom (Story); Irwin Allen (Director); Eric Stacey (Unit Production Manager); William Welch (Story Editor); Al Gail (Associated Story Editor); Timothy Sims (Producer's Assistant); William J. Creber (Art Director #2); James Baiotto (Film Editor); Les Warner (Assistant Director); Joseph Ruby (Music Editor). Airplane Furnished by Lear Siegler, Inc.

Story: In 1968, the Tic-Toc project is visited by Senator Clark. Concerned with the cost, and whether to continue to fund the project, he asks for a demonstration of the ability to transport and recover a human. However, the project is not ready for such a demonstration. Tony, acting on his own, sends himself through the Time Tunnel with the controls set to send him at most 100 years into the past or future. He arrives on the Titanic. He tells the Captain about the soon to occur disaster, but the Captain locks Tony up. Doug is sent through the Time Tunnel to assist Tony. Tony and Doug are transferred from the ship before it sinks, but their destination cannot be controlled by the Time Tunnel scientists. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive in a spaceship as it is about to be launched.

One Way to the Moon

Guest Cast: James T. Callahan (Beard); Ben Cooper (Nazarro); Warren Stevens (Harlow); Larry Ward (Kane); Wesley Lau (Jiggs); Barry Kelley (Admiral Killian); Ross Elliott (Dr. Brandon).

Production Credits: William Welch (Writer); Harry Harris (Director); Lyn Murray (Music); William J. Creber (Art Director #2); Dick Wormell (Film Editor); Ted Butcher (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug survive the takeoff. It is ten years in the future (1978) and the spaceship is bound for Mars. Due to the unexpected weight of Tony and Doug, the ship first heads to the moon to refuel. Two of the Mars mission experts brought to the Time Tunnel for assistance are saboteurs; one of them is also a crew member of the future flight being seen. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive in separate locations in a mine where a cave-in is occurring.

End of the World

Guest Cast: Paul Fix (Henderson); James Westerfield (Sheriff); Gregory Morton (Professor Ainsley); Sam Groom (Jerry); Paul Carr (Blaine).

Production Credits: William Welch (Teleplay); Peter Germano and William Welch (Story); Sobey Martin (Director); Lyn Murray (Music); William J. Creber (Art Director #2); James Baiotto (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug survive the cave-in. It is 1910 and everyone thinks that Halley's comet is going to collide with the Earth. Doug and the local scientist who predicted the collision are able to detect a previously unknown mass whose gravity will change the path of the comet so that it does not collide with the Earth. The comet causes damage to the present day end of the Time Tunnel. Cliffhanger: During the transfer, Tony and Doug become separated in time; Tony arrives outside the Time Tunnel complex in 1958, many years before he joined the project, but he is retransferred before being seized due to his suspicious behavior; Tony and Doug arrive in the Japanese Consulate at Hawaii the day before the attack on Pearl Harbor.

The Day the Sky Fell In

Guest Cast: Linden Chiles (Commander Newman); Sam Groom (Jerry); Lew Gallo (Lt. Anderson); Robert Riordan (Admiral Brandt); Sheldon Golomb (Little Tony); Caroline Kido (Yuko); Susan Flannery (Louise).

Production Credits: Ellis St. Joseph (Writer); William Hale (Director); Paul Sawtell (Music); James Baiotto (Film Editor); Ted Butcher (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug are able to talk their way out of the Japanese Consulate. They try to warn Tony's father, a naval officer who was reported missing after the attack on Pearl Harbor. They meet Tony as a 7 year old boy, and they see how Tony's father died. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive in what they think is the southern United States; Doug is shot at by a British red coat soldier.

The Last Patrol

Guest Cast: Carroll O'Connor (Gen. Southall and Col. Southall); Michael Pate (Capt. Hotchkiss); John Napier (Capt. Jenkins); David Watson (Lt. Rynerson).

Production Credits: Bob & Wanda Duncan (Writer); Sobey Martin (Director); Lyn Murray (Music); Dick Wormell (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: The shot misses, but Tony and Doug are captured and charged as spies. They are near New Orleans on 6 January 1815, the day before the battle. The present day British general brought to the Time Tunnel as an expert on the battle turns out to be a descendant of the man who disastrously led a British regiment at the battle. The general is sent through the Time Tunnel, saves Doug's life, confronts his ancestor, and dies in the battle. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive on a volcanic tropical island.

Crack of Doom

Guest Cast: Torin Thatcher (Dr. Holland); Ellen McRae (Eve Holland); Vic Lundin (Karnosu); Sam Groom (Jerry); George Matsui (Young Native).

Production Credits: William Welch (Writer); William Hale (Director); Robert Drasnin (Music); Axel Hubert (Film Editor); Ted Butcher (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug are saved from being thrown into the volcano as sacrifices. They are told that they are on Krakatoa on 26 August 1883, one day before the eruption. They later discover that it is actually the 27th. Tony is transported to the present, but a time warp freezes everyone but him. He leaves a note and sends himself back. General Kirk makes voice contact with Tony; this is the first time that voice contact has worked. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive between two ancient armies at the start of a battle; they are attacked by soldiers who cry "die Trojan".

Revenge of the Gods

Guest Cast: John Doucette (Ulysses); Dee Hartford (Helen); Paul Carr (Paris); Joseph Ruskin (Sardis); Kevin Hagen (Greek Sword Leader); Abraham Sofaer (Epeios); Wesley Lau (Jiggs).

Production Credits: William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter (Writer); Sobey Martin (Director); Leith Stevens (Music); James Baiotto (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug are captured by Greeks at the siege of Troy. Ulysses believes that they are gods. Trojans raiding the Greek camp capture Doug. When a machine gun and grenades are sent through the Time Tunnel to Tony, Jiggs is accidentally sent too. Jiggs machine guns Trojans who are attacking Tony. After some problems, Jiggs is safely returned. Tony, as part of the group of Greeks in the horse, rescues Doug. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive in a group of dead post civil war soldiers and are attacked by Indians.

Massacre

Guest Cast: Joe Maross (General Custer); Christopher Dark (Crazy Horse); Paul Comi (Captain Benteen); John Pickard (Major Reno); Lawrence Montaigne (Yellow Elk); George Mitchell (Sitting Bull); Bruce Mars (Tom Custer); Jim Halferty (Tim); Perry Lopez (Dr. Whitebird).

Production Credits: Carey Wilber (Writer); Murray Golden (Director); Mullendore (Music); Dick Wormell (Film Editor); Ted Butcher (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug are captured by Indians. It is 24 June 1876, the day before the battle of the Little Bighorn. An army trumpeter rescues Doug. Tony tells Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse what will happen tomorrow and afterward. Doug tells Custer what will happen tomorrow. An Indian is accidentally transported to the present and sent back after talking with an expert on the battle who had been brought to the Time Tunnel. Sitting Bull releases Tony to give Custer a message offering a peace meeting. Custer refuses the offer and leads his troops to the battle. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive on Devil's Island and are mistaken for prisoners.

Devil's Island

Guest Cast: Marcel Hillaire (Boudaire); Oscar Beregi (Commandant); Theo Marcuse (Lescaux); Steven Geray (Perrault); Alain Patrice (Claude); Ted Roter (Capt. Dreyfuss); Bob Adler (Gaunt Man).

Production Credits: Bob & Wanda Duncan (Writer); Jerry Hopper (Director); James Baiotto (Film Editor); Ted Butcher (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug are held as prisoners on Devil's Island in March 1895. A prisoner (Boudaire) is accidentally transported to the present and sent back. Tony and Doug prevent Captain Dreyfuss from taking part in an escape attempt for which an ambush is prepared. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive separately in revolutionary France; Doug is arrested and taken toward the guillotine.

Reign of Terror

Guest Cast: David Opatoshu (Shopkeeper); Monique Lemaire (Marie Antoinette); Louis Mercier (Simon); Whit Bissell (Querque); Patrick Michenaud (Dauphin); Joey Tata (Bonapart).

Production Credits: William Welch (Writer); Sobey Martin (Director); Leith Stevens (Music); Dick Wormell (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony rescues Doug. It is early fall 1793. General Kirk sends his ring through the Time Tunnel to act as a focal point. Tony and Doug are captured when they reveal themselves to a French officer who resembles General Kirk. This officer, who has taken the ring, is transported through the Time Tunnel to the present and escapes back to his own time when the ring is sent back. Tony and Doug are transferred just as they are about to be shot while evading capture. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive in Russia on 16 June 1956; an F-5 probe sent through the Time Tunnel explodes in front of them.

Secret Weapon

Guest Cast: Nehemiah Persoff (Biraki); Michael Ansara (Hruda); Sam Groom (Jerry); Russell Conway (General Parker); Gregory Gay (Alexis); Kevin Hagen (McDonnell).

Production Credits: Theodore Apstein (Writer); Sobey Martin (Director); Paul Sawtell (Music); Axel Hubert (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug are uninjured by the explosion. Following instructions sent in another probe, they act as spies posing as defecting scientists to examine project A-13. The project is a time tunnel! Biraki, the scientific leader of that project, is seeking to continue his work in the present day United States. Tony and Doug determine that Biraki probably intends to destroy the present day Time Tunnel. They sabotage his time tunnel.

The Death Trap (9613)

Guest Cast: Scott Marlowe (Jeremiah); Ford Rainey (Lincoln); Tom Skerritt (Matthew); R. G. Armstrong (Pinkerton); Christopher Harris (David).

Production Credits: Leonard Stadd (Writer); William Hale (Director); Robert Drasnin (Music); Axel Hubert (Film Editor); Ted Butcher (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug arrive in a barn during February 1861 among a group plotting to assassinate Lincoln. A time bomb is transported to the present to deactivate it, but it is transported and returned while being held by the 11 year old brother of two of the assassins. Tony and Doug help to prevent the assassination. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive at the site of a skirmish; a rifle shot from the fort being attacked kills a soldier who was about to stab Doug.

The Alamo (9614)

Guest Cast: Rhodes Reason (Col. Travis); John Lupton (Capt. Reynerson); Jim Davis (Col. Bowie); Edward Colmans (Dr. Armandez); Alberto Monte (Sgt. Garcia); Rodolfo Hoyos (Capt. Rodriguez); Elizabeth Rogers (Mrs. Reynerson).

Production Credits: Bob & Wanda Duncan (Writer); Sobey Martin (Director); James Baiotto (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug get safely inside the fort. It is 6 March 1836 at the Alamo. Col. Travis locks them up after Tony tells the colonel of the fate of the Alamo. Tony escapes to get a doctor to treat Doug, who has been injured. Col. Travis is accidentally transported to the present and sent back. Tony joins Doug during the battle. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive in a desert; Tony is shot at by a soldier.

Night of the Long Knives (9615)

Guest Cast: Malachi Throne (Singh); David Watson (Kipling); Perry Lopez (Major Kabir); Sam Groom (Jerry); George Keymas (Ali); Brendan Dillon (Col. Fettretch); Peter Brocco (Kashi); Ben Wright (Cabinet Minister); Dayton Lummis (Galdstone).

Production Credits: William Welch (Writer); Paul Stanley (Director); Dick Wormell (Film Editor); Ted Butcher (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony is left for dead and Doug is taken prisoner. It is May 1886 near the Khyber pass. Tony is found alive by Rudyard Kipling who takes Tony to Fort Albert. Doug escapes and gets to the fort. Tony and Doug help to rescue Kipling, who has been captured, and prevent an uprising against the British. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive at a German held installation during World War II that is being attacked by French resistance fighters; they are captured by German soldiers.

Invasion (9616)

Guest Cast: Lyle Bettger (Major Hoffman); Robert Carricart (Mirabeau); John Wengraf (Dr. Kleinemann); Michael St. Clair (Duchamps); Joey Tata (Verlaine); Francis De Sales (Dr. Shumate).

Production Credits: Bob & Wanda Duncan (Writer); Sobey Martin (Director); Axel Hubert (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: It is 4 June 1944 somewhere on the Cherbourg peninsula. Tony is allowed to escape. Doug is brainwashed into believing that he is a German captain who wants to kill Tony. Tony shoots Doug, but Doug is not seriously wounded. Tony gets the brainwasher to undo the brainwashing. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive in medieval England; Doug is captured and is about to be tortured.

The Revenge of Robin Hood (9617)

Guest Cast: Donald Harron (Huntington); John Alderson (Little John); Ronald Long (Friar Tuck); Erin O'Brien-Moore (Baroness); John Crawford (King John); James Lanphier (Dubois); John Orchard (Engelard).

Production Credits: Leonard Stadd (Writer); William Hale (Director); James Baiotto (Film Editor); Steve Bernhardt (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony rescues Doug. It is June 1215. A homing post is sent through the Time Tunnel to the dungeon where Doug had been held with the Earl of Huntington (Robin Hood). According to General Kirk, a homing post was tried before to return Tony and Doug to the present (presumably without success). Huntington, representing a council of earls, is trying to get King John to sign the Magna Carta. After helping Huntington capture King John, Tony and Doug get to the homing post, but it does not work.

Kill Two by Two (9619)

Guest Cast: Mako (Lt. Nakamura); Kam Tong (Itsugi); Philip Ahn (Dr. Nakamura); Brent Davis (Marine Sargeant [sic]); Vince Howard (Medic).

Production Credits: Bob & Wanda Duncan (Writer); Herschel Daugherty (Director); Axel Hubert (Film Editor); Steve Bernhardt (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug arrive on an island just abandoned by the Japanese during World War II. Also on the island are two Japanese soldiers: an old sergeant and a fierce lieutenant. The lieutenant wants to fight a private war against Tony and Doug. It is 17 February 1945. The person brought to the Time Tunnel to identify landmarks on the island turns out to be the lieutenant's father. The lieutenant dishonored his family by not completing a suicide mission. When U.S. soldiers invade the island, the lieutenant is killed. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive in an alien spaceship on a mission to attack the Earth.

Notes: In some scenes the image is left-right reversed as in a mirror image.

Visitors from Beyond the Stars (9618)

Guest Cast: Jan Merlin (Centauri); Fred Beir (Taureg); Gary Haynes (Deputy); Ross Elliott (Sheriff); Tris Coffin (Crawford); Byron Foulger (Williams); John Hoyt (Alien Leader).

Production Credits: Bob & Wanda Duncan (Writer); Sobey Martin (Director); Dick Wormell (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: The aliens land near Mullins, Arizona in 1885 in search of protein sources. Doug's mind is taken over by the aliens. When Tony breaks the alien's control device, Doug's mind is restored. Aliens investigating the disappearance of their spaceship in 1885 appear at the Time Tunnel. They depart after seeing the spaceship leaving on the Time Tunnel's projector. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive near the Italian-Austrian Alps during World War I; an explosion knocks them out and uncovers Nero's sarcophagus; a sword floats out of the sarcophagus.

The Ghost of Nero (9620)

Guest Cast: Eduardo Ciannelli (Galba); Gunnar Hellstrom (Neistadt); Richard Jaeckel (Sgt. Mueller); John Hoyt (Dr. Steinholtz); Nino Candido (Mussolini).

Production Credits: Leonard Stadd (Writer); Sobey Martin (Director); James Baiotto (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug are uninjured. It is 23 October 1915 at the villa of Count Galba. The ghost of Nero seeks revenge on the Galba family. The ghost comes through the Time Tunnel to the present, but it is sent back. Tony and Doug meet a corporal Mussolini, who becomes possessed by the ghost of Nero. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive at the tent of Joshua who believes that their arrival has been prophesied.

The Walls of Jericho (9621)

Guest Cast: Myrna Fahey (Rahab); Michael Pate (Captain); Lisa Gaye (Ahza); Arnold Moss (Malek); Abraham Sofaer (Father); Tiger Joe Marsh (Torturer); Cynthia Lane (Shala); Rhodes Reason (Joshua).

Production Credits: Ellis St. Joseph (Writer); Nathan Juran (Director); Dick Wormell (Film Editor); Steve Bernhardt (Assistant Director).

Story: Joshua sends Tony and Doug into Jericho as spies. Doug is captured when they prevent a girl from being sacrificed. Later, Tony rescues Doug from a dungeon. They hide in the house of Rahab. When they try to leave the city, Tony is captured. Doug rescues Tony when the city falls. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive in a central American jungle; they fight Spanish soldiers to prevent natives from being tortured.

Idol of Death (9622)

Guest Cast: Teno Pollick (Young Chief); Lawrence Montaigne (Alvardo); Anthony Caruso (Cortez); Peter Brocco (Retainer); Abel Fernandez (Bowman); Rodolfo Hoyos (Castillano).

Production Credits: Bob & Wanda Duncan (Writer); Sobey Martin (Director); Axel Hubert (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: Cortez believes that Tony and Doug are spies. Tony and Doug help the natives prevent the Spanish from getting a symbolic gold mask. The archaeologist brought to the Time Tunnel to identify landmarks to pinpoint the location of Tony and Doug turns out to want the mask for his personal collection. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive in Lincoln, New Mexico in the middle of a jailbreak of Billy the Kid.

Billy the Kid (9623)

Guest Cast: Robert Walker (Billy the Kid); Allen Case (Pat Garrett); John Crawford (John Poe); Harry Lauter (Wilson); Pitt Herbert (Tom McKinney); Phil Chambers (Marshall).

Production Credits: William Welch (Writer); Nathan Juran (Director); James Baiotto (Film Editor); Steve Bernhardt (Assistant Director).

Story: While trying to rescue Tony, Doug shoots Billy. Everyone thinks Billy is dead, however it turns out that the bullet deflected off his belt buckle. Billy tracks down Tony and Doug and is about to kill them, but he is distracted by a voice transmission by General Kirk. When Tony goes into town wearing Billy's hat, coat, and gun, he is mistaken for Billy. Doug is forced into a shoot-out with Billy, but is saved by Pat Garrett. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive on a pirate ship in the middle of a battle; they are captured and are about to be killed.

Pirates of Deadman's Island (9610)

Guest Cast: Victor Jory (Captain Beal); Regis Toomey (Dr. Berkhart); Pepito Galindo (Armando); Alex Montoya (Spanish Captain); Charles Bateman (Stephan Decatur); Harry Lauter (Johnson); James Anderson (Mr. Hampton).

Production Credits: Barney Slater (Writer); Sobey Martin (Director); Axel Hubert (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug are saved by a boy who claims to be a nephew of the King of Spain; the boy wants them to be his servants. It is 10 April 1805. The pirate captain is accidentally transported to the present, and, after some trouble, he is returned to his own time. A just retired Army doctor is sent to treat Doug; the doctor knows that he will live the rest of his life in that time. Cliffhanger: a saboteur gets into the control room of the Time Tunnel, kills the one scientist on duty, and replaces a component; the Time Tunnel goes out of control.

Chase Through Time (9624)

Guest Cast: Robert Duvall (Nimon); Vitina Marcus (Zee); Lew Gallo (Vokar); Wesley Lau (Jiggs); Joe Ryan (Magister).

Production Credits: Carey Wilber (Writer); Sobey Martin (Director); Dick Wormell (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: The Time Tunnel scientists are able to regain control, but the saboteur, Nimon, escapes through the Time Tunnel. It turns out that Nimon has planted a nuclear bomb somewhere at the Time Tunnel facility. Using voice contact, General Kirk informs Tony and Doug about Nimon. Tony and Doug are transferred to 1 million A.D. pursuing Nimon. They are later transferred to 1 million B.C. where Nimon tells them where the fuse for the bomb is. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive at the site of a U.S. civil war battle; Tony is wounded and thought to be dead.

The Death Merchant (9625)

Guest Cast: Malachi Throne (Michaels); John Crawford (Major); Kevin Hagen (Sgt. Maddox); Kevin O'Neal (Corporal).

Production Credits: Bob & Wanda Duncan (Writer); Nathan Juran (Director); George Duning (Music); Axel Hubert (Film Editor); Steve Bernhardt (Assistant Director).

Story: Doug goes with a Union Major to find a man who has stolen Union gunpowder and plans to sell it to the Confederates. They are at Gettysburg. The Time Tunnel scientists apply a power surge to revive Tony. Tony has amnesia and is mistaken to be a Confederate courier. The man who stole the gunpowder is Machiavelli; he was transported through time because his signal is identical to Doug's. The Time Tunnel scientists transfer Machiavelli's mastiff as it is attacking Doug and later transfer Machiavelli, presumably back to their proper time. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive at the site of a Mongolian battle and are captured.

Attack of the Barbarians (9626)

Guest Cast: John Saxon (Marco Polo); Vitina Marcus (Sarit); Arthur Batanides (Batu); Paul Mantee (Ambahai).

Production Credits: Robert Hamner (Writer); Sobey Martin (Director); James Baiotto (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug are taken to the tent of Batu, who is a grandson of Genghis Kahn. Batu tortures Tony, believing that Tony knows about the defenses of a fort. Doug escapes with an unconscious Tony and meets Marco Polo who takes them to the fort. Tony and Sarit (daughter of Kubla Kahn) fall in love. Using bombs made by Doug from fire-cracker powder and potassium nitrate, the attack led by Batu is repulsed. (General Kirk sent percussion igniters through the Time Tunnel for the bombs.) Cliffhanger: during the transfer, everything freezes in time; Merlin the wizard brings Tony and Doug (still frozen in time) to the control room of the Time Tunnel.

Merlin the Magician (9628)

Guest Cast: Christopher Cary (Merlin); Lisa Jak (Guinevere); Jim McMullan (King Arthur); Vincent Beck (Wogan).

Production Credits: William Welch (Writer); Harry Harris (Director); Dick Wormell (Film Editor); Steve Bernhardt (Assistant Director).

Story: Merlin sends Tony and Doug to help Arthur. It is 544 A.D. on the coast of Cornwall, England. Arthur and Tony are captured by Vikings led by Wogan. Doug is seriously injured, but he is saved by Merlin. Doug and Guinevere are captured while on their way to the castle where Arthur and Tony are being held. Arthur is executed by a bowman, but Merlin reverses time to undo Arthur's death. With Merlin's help, the Vikings are defeated. Cliffhanger: a silver skinned, space-suited man appears at the Time Tunnel, seizes Dr. MacGregor, and disappears with her.

The Kidnappers (9627)

Guest Cast: Michael Ansara (Curator); Del Monroe (OTT (Official Time Traveler)).

Production Credits: William Welch (Writer); Sobey Martin (Director); Axel Hubert (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug are transported to the coordinates on a data card that was apparently dropped by the kidnapper. They arrive at 8433 A.D. on a planet in the Canopus system. (At one point General Kirk makes voice contact with Tony, Doug, and Ann.) The aliens are gathering information on the history of the Earth along with the memory and personality of various important persons. Dr. MacGregor was kidnapped to lure Tony and Doug. Dr. MacGregor uses the alien's own time machine to return to the Time Tunnel. Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive in the middle of a battle between British and Arab soldiers; they are captured by aliens.

Raiders from Outer Space (9629)

Guest Cast: John Crawford (Henderson); Kevin Hagen (Planet Leader).

Production Credits: Bob & Wanda Duncan (Writer); Nathan Juran (Director); James Baiotto (Film Editor); Steve Bernhardt (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug are taken to a cave where the alien leader is. The aliens are there to conquer the Earth using missiles that will be ready to be launched in two hours. It is 2 November 1883 in the vicinity of the soon to occur battle of Khartoum. Tony is taken from the cave to be killed, but when two British soldiers approach, the alien holding Tony disappears. Tony and Doug, who was transferred out of the cave by the Time Tunnel scientists, convince a British captain about the aliens. The three of them attack the cave and stop the aliens. (Voice contacts were made through the Time Tunnel initiated by the alien leader and Doug.) Cliffhanger: Tony and Doug arrive in a room containing futuristic equipment; they are attacked by a man who they think they killed during the struggle, but the man gets up and disappears in a flash of smoke.

Town of Terror (9630)

Guest Cast: Gary Haynes (Pete); Heather Young (Joan); Mabel Albertson (Sarah).

Production Credits: Carey Wilber (Writer); Herschel Daugherty (Director); Dick Wormell (Film Editor); Fred R. Simpson (Assistant Director).

Story: Tony and Doug leave the room; it is the cellar of a small town hotel. They become motionless when touched by the manager of the hotel, who turns into an alien after touching them. The aliens are there to transfer oxygen from the Earth's atmosphere. Tony and Doug are freed from the force that is holding them when the Time Tunnel scientists laterally transfer them. It is 10 September 1978 in the town of Cliffport, Maine. An alien surreptitiously appears in the control room of the Time Tunnel, takes on the form of one of the technicians, and places a device behind a control panel. Oxygen starts to drain out of the control room through the Time Tunnel, but there is nothing that the scientists can do to stop it. General Kirk uses voice contact to tell Tony and Doug that it is up to them to save everyone. Tony and Doug destroy the alien equipment. (The cliffhanger consists of clips from the first story.)


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