The Time Tunnel

The Time Tunnel

Volume Two

DVD - 2006
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"Determined to prove that Project Tic Toc was capable of sending humans through time, Dr. Tony Newman and Dr. Doug Phillips entered the project's time tunnel before final tests were completed. Now, caught in time and unable to return home, the two scientists battle to stay alive as the Vortex of Time thrusts them into the middle of some of the most significant events in world history. But even more important, as the time travelers encounter famous and influential people of the past, they must make sure their actions don't inadvertently change history and alter the future"--Box.
Publisher: Beverly Hills, Calif. : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, [2006]
Branch Call Number: DVD FIC T V.2
Characteristics: 4 videodiscs (768 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Language Note: English, dubbed Spanish or dubbed French languages with optional subtitles in English or Spanish; closed-captioned
Contents: Disc 1. The revenge of Robin Hood (12/30/66) / written by Leonard Stadd ; directed by William Hale -- Kill two by two (1/6/67) / written by Bob & Wanda Duncan ; directed by Herschel Daugherty -- Visitors from beyond the stars (1/13/67) / written by Bob & Wanda Duncan ; directed by Sobey Martin -- The ghost of Nero (1/20/67) / written by Leonard Stadd ; directed by Sobey Martin
disc 2. The walls of Jericho (1/27/67) / written by Ellis St. Joseph ; directed by Nathan Juran -- Idol of death (2/3/67) / written by Bob & Wanda Duncan ; directed by Sobey Martin -- Billy the Kid (2/10/67) / written by William Welch ; directed by Nathan Juran -- Pirates of Deadman's Island (2/17/67) / written by Barney Slater ; directed by Sobey Martin
disc 3. Chase through time (2/24/67) / written by Carey Wilber ; directed by Sobey Martin -- The death merchant (3/3/67) / written by Bob & Wanda Duncan ; directed by Nathan Juran -- Attack of the barbarians (3/10/67) / written by Robert Hamner ; directed by Sobey Martin -- Merlin the magician (3/17/67) / written by William Welch ; directed by Harry Harris
disc 4. The kidnappers (3/24/67) / written by William Welch ; directed by Sobey Martin -- Raiders from outer space (3/31/67) / written by Bob & Wanda Duncan ; directed by Nathan Juran -- Town of terror (4/7/67) / written by Carey Wilber ; directed by Herschel Daugherty
Alternative Title: Time travelers


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Has the great Lee Meriwether in it. Whit Bissell was a veteran Sci-Fi screen actor.

Jan 12, 2018

Absolutely brilliant.

Clear picture, likely remastered.

Excellent acting, believable premise and scripts.

Rich sets, big budget production.

Aug 14, 2015

When we watched this show in the 60s ,it was a great show. Sometimes I think we forget that 2015 perceptions are not the same. We'd think the original Star Trek was corny also. Looking forward to watching it again just for the fun of it.

Sep 30, 2014

Wow! Was this schlocky, 1960's, Sci-Fi TV show really for real!?

What I mean is - I can't imagine, in the name of teleportation, how the actors in this TV show were able to keep straight faces while at the same time delivering ludicrous dialogue in the midst of some of the most preposterous "time-travelling" nonsense imaginable.

This show was so over-loaded with endlessly laughable, unintentionally absurd situations that it must've taken the actors every ounce of restraint (that they could possibly muster) not to burst out laughing at the utter inanity of it all.

It really killed me that no matter where in time our 2 time-travelling heroes travelled to (be it the past, the future, Japan, Israel, whatever), everywhere they ended up, English was, of course, the universal language, understood and spoken fluently by one, and all.

And even though Doug & Tony's actions were not supposed to cause any significant change or alter history even one iota, they did, in fact, repeatedly interfere with the course of man's destiny, time and again.

If this show was seriously meant to be viewed as an "educational" experience, unfortunately, it missed its mark, big-time. With its frequent, glaring errors in historical fact, The Time Tunnel was a TV show designed with the stoned-out youth of the psychedelic 60s clearly in mind.

And, finally - To keep costs down to an absolute minimum, almost all of the sets, props, and costumes used in this low-budget, "Irwin Allen" presentation were all just left-overs from previous productions at 20th Century Fox.


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