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Time Tunnel 1 Season 1967

Season 1
4.4 out of 5 stars (248) IMDb 7.7/10

The scientists of Project Tic Toc believe the control of time is potentially the most valuable treasure that man will ever find. Located beneath the Arizona desert, the ten-year project's focus is the feasibility of time travel.

Starring:
James Darren, Robert Colbert
Original air date:
April 7, 1967

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1. Rendezvous With Yesterday

Dr. Tony Newman is stunned to have successfully survived a trip through the Time Tunnel, but that survival may be short-lived when he realizes he's landed aboard the Titanic!

CC TV-NR September 9, 1966 50 minutes
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2. One Way To The Moon

When Tony and Doug land in a spaceship headed for Mars, their added weight on the ship ends up putting the mission-and their lives-in jeopardy.

CC TV-NR September 16, 1966 50 minutes
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3. End Of The World

Tony and Doug arrive in 1910, just as the appearance of a comet convinces the people in a small town that they are going to die and that it would be futile to save a group of trapped miners.

CC TV-NR September 23, 1966 50 minutes
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4. The Day The Sky Fell In

When Tony and Doug arrive in Pearl Harbor the day before the Japanese strike, Tony realizes he has the chance to learn why his father was never found after the attack.

CC TV-NR September 30, 1966 51 minutes
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5. The Last Patrol

The two time travelers are mistaken for British spies when they arrive outside New Orleans during the final pivotal battle of the War of 1812.

CC TV-NR October 7, 1966 51 minutes
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6. The Crack Of Doom

Tony and Doug try to convince a scientist on the island of Krakatoa that the volcano he has been studying is about to unleash the most powerful eruption the world has ever known.

CC TV-NR October 14, 1966 51 minutes
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7. Revenge Of The Gods

Tony and Doug's knowledge of ancient Greek and Trojan history helps keep them alive after they arrive in 1200 B.C. and get caught up in the war between Ulysses and Paris.

CC TV-NR October 21, 1966 51 minutes
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8. Massacre

Doug and Tony try to convince Chief Sitting Bull and General Custer that the upcoming battle at Little Big Horn will have devastating consequences for both sides.

CC TV-NR October 28, 1966 51 minutes
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9. Devil's Island

In 1895 Tony and Doug find themselves fighting for their lives after they're mistaken for two escaped political prisoners exiled to Devil's Island.

CC TV-NR November 11, 1966 51 minutes
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10. Reign Of Terror

Tony and Doug land in Paris in the middle of the French Revolution and are rescued by a storekeeper who believes they have come to help free Marie Antoinette.

CC TV-NR November 18, 1966 51 minutes
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11. Secret Weapon

When a scientist claiming to have constructed a time tunnel ten years earlier offers his services to General Parker, Tony and Doug are sent back to 1956 to investigate.

CC TV-NR November 25, 1966 51 minutes
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12. The Death Trap

Tony and Doug land in Baltimore where they learn of a plot to kill President Lincoln during his train ride to Washington for his inauguration.

CC TV-NR December 2, 1966 51 minutes
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13. The Alamo

The time travelers land at the Alamo on March 6, 1836, just nine hours before the famous fort falls in one of the most renowned battles in American history.

CC TV-NR December 9, 1966 51 minutes
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14. The Night Of The Long Knives

Tony meets Rudyard Kipling after he and Doug materialize just before a battle between British troops and Afghanistan tribes in which the future of India could be determined.

CC TV-NR December 16, 1966 51 minutes
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15. Invasion

Doug is captured by the Gestapo and brainwashed into trying to kill Tony after the two time travelers land in Cherbourge, France, 48 hours before the D-Day invasion

CC TV-NR December 23, 1966 51 minutes
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16. The Revenge Of Robin Hood

In 13th century England, Doug and Tony thwart King John's attempt to capture Robin Hood and prevent the signing of the Magna Carta.

CC TV-NR December 30, 1966 51 minutes
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17. Kill Two By Two

Doug and Tony are captured and forced to play a deadly game of cat and mouse with two Japanese on a deserted South Pacific island during World War II.

CC TV-NR January 6, 1967 51 minutes
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18. Visitors From Beyond The Stars

Tony and Doug materialize in an alien spaceship on its way to raid Earth and are further shocked to discover the year is 1885.

CC TV-NR January 13, 1967 51 minutes
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19. The Ghost Of Nero

The time travelers encounter the vengeful ghost of Nero when they are swept back to a villa in the Italian Alps during World War I.

CC TV-NR January 20, 1967 51 minutes
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20. The Walls Of Jericho

Tony and Doug find themselves taking part in one of the Bible's most well-known stories after they materialize outside the walls of Jericho.

CC TV-NR January 27, 1967 51 minutes
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21. Idol Of Death

The time travelers arrive in Mexico in 1519 just as Cortez's army begins its deadly rampage through the country.

CC TV-NR February 3, 1967 51 minutes
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22. Billy The Kid

While Doug is hunted down by Billy the Kid, Tony faces death by hanging after he is mistaken for the notorious outlaw.

CC TV-NR February 10, 1967 51 minutes
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23. Pirates Of Deadman's Island

Tony and Doug are taken prisoners by pirates on the Barbary Coast in 1805 just as the American ships, which wiped out the pirates, launch their attack.

CC TV-NR February 17, 1967 51 minutes
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24. Chase Through Time

Tony and Doug chase a tunnel saboteur through the Grand Canyon and through time, from 1547 to 1 Million A.D. and back to 1 Million B.C.

CC TV-NR February 24, 1967 51 minutes
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25. The Death Merchant

When the time travelers arrive in Gettysburg during the Civil War, Tony loses his memory and Doug encounters another man caught up in the time vortex?the philosopher Machiavelli.

CC TV-NR March 3, 1967 51 minutes
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26. Attack Of The Barbarians

While Doug helps Marco Polo, Tony falls in love with a woman in 13th century Mongolia and decides to give up time traveling.

CC TV-NR March 10, 1967 51 minutes
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27. Merlin The Magician

While travelling through time, Tony and Doug are magically diverted to 6th century England by Merlin, who asks them to help Arthur defeat the Vikings.

CC TV-NR March 17, 1967 51 minutes
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28. The Kidnappers

When Ann is kidnapped, Tony and Doug follow the trail—only to find themselves up against a crazed alien scientist on a distant planet in the year 8433 A.D.

CC TV-NR March 24, 1967 51 minutes
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29. Raiders From Outer Space

Doug and Tony land in the desert during the historic 1883 battle of Khartoum just as a far greater battle against an alien race intent on destroying Earth begins.

CC TV-NR March 31, 1967 51 minutes
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30. Town Of Terror

The time travelers materialize in 1978 in a small New England town taken over by aliens, who plan to drain all the oxygen out of Earth's atmosphere.

CC TV-NR April 7, 1967 51 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Action
Director Irwin Allen
Starring James Darren, Robert Colbert
Supporting actors Michael Rennie, Susan Hampshire, Gary Merrill, Lee Meriwether, Wesley Lau, John Zaremba, Whit Bissell, Don Knight, Jean-Michel Michenaud, Michael Haynes, John Winston, Brett Parker, Nadine Arlyn, William Beckley, Anne Dore, Dennis Hopper, Bart La Rue, Donald Lawton
Season year 1967
Network 20th Century Fox TV
Producers Irwin Allen
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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THE TIME TUNNEL (ABC 1966-67) is certainly one of the late Irwin Allen's better SF tv series produced in the 1960s and this long anticipated two volume DVD collection promises to be something truly outstanding for the show's devout fan following.

It has been promised (by informed insiders) that the source elements utilized for these disc pressings will be taken from the original 35mm print masters newly restored and digitally remastered in high definition with each episode presented in its entirety along with the original cliffhanger endings complete and intact. Probably in anticipation of ultimately issuing this valuable tv property (once again) in HD somewhere later down the line.

The volume one 4-disc box set (due out on January 24th, 2006) will consist of the first 15 episodes presented in their original ABC Television Network primetime broadcast order along with the 55 minute production pilot of "Rendezvous with Yesterday" (09/09/1966).

Many of the show's best efforts can be found here including "Rendezvous with Yesterday" (in two versions), "One Way to the Moon" (16/09/1966), "End of the World" (23/09/1966), "The Day the Sky Fell In" (30/09/1966), "The Last Patrol" (07/10/1966), "Revenge of the Gods" (21/10/1966) and "Massacre" (28/10/1966).

THE TIME TUNNEL is one SF tv series that certainly got off to a very strong start indeed!

The series' single season is marked by the early tv appearances of such distinguished performers as Carroll O'Connor, Ellen Burstyn, Tom Skerritt, Susan Hampshire, Jim Davis, Susan Flannery and even Robert Duvall many of whom would shortly achieve greater celebrity becoming Hollywood legends in the ensuing years to follow.
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I remember when the series premiered on September 9th, 1966. The day before, Star Trek premiered on NBC with The Man Trap. For a 10 year old kid in Pittsburgh, that was interesting, but the Time Tunnel premiere was more impressive. I remember reading in the Post Gazette that the original pilot cost over 1.7 million (remember, that was in 1966 dollars). My grandparents arrived from California just before the broadcast began right after the Green Hornet.

We had just gotten an RCA color TV the Wednesday before, and Star Trek sure made watching color TV fun, but the Time Tunnel pilot was totally impressive. The matte shots in the early part of the pilot, "Rendevous With Yesterday" were AWFULLY impressive on a 25 inch RCA color TV screen. The idea and concept of the pilot were just awesome. I still remember Grandpa and Grandma talking about the Titanic as if it was yesterday. (I regret not having a tape recorder to capture everything they said). After the third episode, End of the World, Grandpa talked at legnth about what went on in 1910, the ACTUAL hysteria whipped up by newspapers because Earth orbit actually crossed over Halley's arc. Millions of people bought "comet pills" or potions, which were supposed to protect them from the effects of cyanide gas generated from the comet. Grandma swore that one of those tonics at that time eventually was relabeled GERITOL.

Years later, in 1985, I remember coming home and seeing Halley's. You could barely make it out. Grandma remembered in 1910, it covered a quarter of the sky then. I got grandma to run out and see it. She turned her head and said "Such a dissapointment, That TV Show was more fun". a bittersweet memory triggered by the inventive mind of Irwin Allen which brought happy memories to a 10 year old kid in Pittsburgh.
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For a kid in 1966 TV was a treasure trove of fun. "Star Trek", "Rat Patrol" and "The Time Tunnel" all debuted during the same year. Although "Star Trek" had the respectable pedigree with involvement from science fiction writers, "The Time Tunnel" had the feature film expertise of Irwin Allen ("Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea", "The Towering Inferno", "The Poseidon Adventure", The Swiss Family Robinson", "The Towering Inferno") and the might of 20th Century Fox behind it. While some of the episodes could be quite corny the initial batch of episodes for the series had a fun and adventurous quality. More of a fantasy series than a science fiction show, the premise was fairly simple. The U.S. government has been secretly investing in the next great step in science after the creation of the atomic bomb; sending a man back in time to observe what occurred in the past and preventing our enemies from altering the time line similar. It was a race so to speak for time-control of our past. When a senator (Gary Merril) threatens to cut the funding for the defense department project Project Tic Tock, Dr. Tony Newman (James Darren) uses the device to prove that it works. Newman ends up on the Titanic and must try and convince the captain to prevent the sinking of the ship so that Dr. Doug Phillips (Robert Colbert) Dr. Raymond Swain (John Zaremba) and Dr. Ann MacGregor (Lee Meriwether) can bring him back. Newman also has the chance to avert one of the worst disasters in sea faring history. Philips goes after Newman in hopes of bringing him back and both become unstuck in time (to borrow from Kurt Vonnegut) randomly drifting through the past and the future.Read more ›
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