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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.
Among this series' enduring charms are the obvious use of footage from theatrical films to clumsily boost production values, as well as some of the more juvenile dialogue. When they learn of one alien plot to attack earth, our heroes proclaim, "We can't let them do it." Time ran out on the Tunnel after only one season. Its cancellation left Tony and Doug to seemingly forever tumble "along the infinite corridors of time" en route to some "new fantastic adventure." Thanks to DVD, we can join them time after time. --Donald Liebenson
I remember watching the Time Tunnel growing up I Liked it then And I still like it today .
I have the vol I also but the part that I like is the story lines about the history of the world, it is a good way to learn so facts about world events.
The digital transfer is fantastic, image quality is better than most DVD sets out there (old series, I mean).
A long awaited treasure. One of the coolest shows that has been on television.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This is the third Sci-Fi TV show produced by Irwin Allen in the 1960s; which run for one season between 1966-67. The series takes place in the year 1968. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter Karsten
First off, you need to realize this is a sci-fi series from the mid 60s. The disappointing fact is that the network/powers that be at this time period did not go past the 1st... Read morePublished 2 months ago by PITA1952
ADDED THIS TO VOLUME ONE, IF YOU ARE A FAN OF EARLY TV SCI-FI SHOWS, ADD THIS ONE TO YOUR LIST TO GETPublished 3 months ago by Carol J. Wooldridge
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|where is the physical set of the tunnel||
I don't know what happened to any of the sets. It was 40 years ago, so no doubt they made it to the trash bin ages ago, so to speak. I was 12 years old when the series ran; due to our location, the ABC network did not come in very well, and sometimes not at all. So I missed some of these. ... Read More
May 10, 2006 by Mountain Mike | See all 9 posts
|Actors in the Time Tunnel||
Sam Groom (Jerry) is a terrific acting coach in NYC at HB Studios. I took classes with him and learned a great deal. I wish he were in more of the TT episodes.
Dec 4, 2006 by Mike | See all 3 posts
|What's with the jungle overgrowth inside the Time Tunnel?||
Yes, I've had a similar theory for years. The Viewmaster set for TIME TUNNEL concludes with a 3-D photo showing Tony and Doug standing in the Tunnel with prehistoric jungle growth all around them. The narrative packet describes the scene as Tony and Doug running through a prehistoric jungle which... Read More
Sep 3, 2006 by G. Lemieux | See all 2 posts
The on-camera interviews conducted with James Darren, Robert Colbert, Lee Meriwether and Whit Bissell on THE TIME TUNNEL, VOLUME TWO 4-disc set were actually preparatory run-throughs done prior to their actual taping for 1995 THE FANTASY WORLDS OF IRWIN tv special (which is also available on DVD... Read More
Jul 1, 2006 by Jeff T. | See all 4 posts
|Tony makes it back to the Tunnel, Scientists are in suspension||
The episode was "Crack of Doom", the one about Krakatoa erupting. The Tunnel crew tries to bring just one man back, and they have a better fix on Tony. But diverting all power to one man causes a time warp in the Tunnel, and everyone is frozen between two seconds of time. Luckily,... Read More
Dec 28, 2006 by Thomas Veil | See all 2 posts