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Season: 1
Year: 1966 | 1967


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Rendezvous with Yesterday

9 September 1966
Congress has poured seven billion dollars into a large and deep hole in the ground - the home of Project TicToc and its revolutionary new technology, the Time Tunnel. A mechanism intended to access past and future, the tunnel is not quite ready despite a decade of work and all the billions. Senator Clark declares his intention to cut funding and abandon the project. Desparate scientist Tony Newman uses the apparatus to send himself through time to prove the concept. But the TicToc team cannot retrieve him, and so his mentor Doug Phillips goes back to help Tony out of the peril he has landed in: he has arrived on the RMS Titanic mere days before she struck an iceberg and sank!

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Michael Rennie ... Capt. Malcolm Smith

Susan Hampshire ... Althea Hall

Gary Merrill ... Sen. Leroy Clark

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor

Wesley Lau ... Master Sgt. Jiggs

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

Don Knight ... First Mate Grainger
Jean-Michel Michenaud ... Marcel Corbeau (as Gerard Michenaud)
Michael Haynes ... The Soldier
John Winston ... The Guard
Brett Parker ... Countdown Technician
Nadine Arlyn ... Jeanine Corbeau (uncredited)

William Beckley ... Loading Crewman (uncredited)
Anne Dore ... The Woman (uncredited)

Dennis Hopper ... Tabor - Passenger (uncredited)
Bart La Rue ... Tic Toc Control Voice (voice) (uncredited)
Donald Lawton ... Chief Steward (uncredited)
Wayne Lundy ... American Soldier (uncredited)
Ivan Markota ... Range Officer (uncredited)
Eric Michelwood ... Second Loading Crewman (uncredited)
John A. Neris ... Robert Corbeau (uncredited)
Pat O'Hara ... Radio Operator (uncredited)
George Pelling ... Titanic Steward (uncredited)
Dinny Powell ... Boiler Room Stoker (uncredited)
Paul Stader ... Sailor (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: One Way to the Moon

16 September 1966
Doug and Tony escape death aboard the Titanic only to be hurled ten years into their future aboard a rocket bound for the moon. Problems arise which the astronauts blame on their unwilling stowaways, but the real cause is a saboteur aboard the flight - and the same man, ten years earlier, is in the TicToc complex with a confederate! Doug and Tony must discover the identity of the traitor and stop his plans or else die in space.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

James T. Callahan ... Navy Ensign Beard

Ben Cooper ... Nazarro

Warren Stevens ... Maj. 'Doc' Harlow, M.D.

Larry Ward ... Col. Kane

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk (as Whit Bissel)

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor

Wesley Lau ... M / Sgt. Jiggs

Barry Kelley ... Vice-Adm. Killian

Ross Elliott ... Dr. Brandon

Dick Tufeld ... Mission Control Announcer / Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: End of the World

23 September 1966
Doug and Tony escape the moon only to materialize in an old mine shaft in 1910, the year that Halley's Comet passed very close to earth. Many in town, including prominent scientist Professor Ainsley, believe the comet will smash into the Earth and end all life! Doug and Tony know this isn't true so their goal is to rescue miners trapped below the earth and all but abandoned in the town's panic.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Paul Fix ... Mining Supervisor Henderson

James Westerfield ... Sheriff

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk (as Whit Bissel)

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Wesley Lau ... Master Sgt. Jiggs

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor
Gregory Morton ... Prof. Ainsley
Sam Groom ... Jerry

Paul Carr ... Blaine
Bob Alder ... Man (uncredited)
Dave Dunlap ... Miner (uncredited)
Owen C. Harvey ... Townsman (uncredited)
Michael Haynes ... Soldier (uncredited)

Nelson Leigh ... Preacher (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Day the Sky Fell In

30 September 1966
December 6, 1941: Dr. Tony Newman confronts his own past at Pearl Harbor and he wants to know what happened to his father.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Linden Chiles ... Commander Newman Sr.

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk (as Whit Bissel)

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor
Sam Groom ... Jerry - Technician

Lew Gallo ... Lt. Anderson
Robert Riordan ... Admiral Brandt

Sheldon Collins ... Little Tony Newman Jr. (as Sheldon Golomb)
Caroline Kido ... Yuko

Susan Flannery ... Louise Neal
Patrick Culliton ... Radioman (uncredited)
Fuji ... Sumida (uncredited)

Jerry Fujikawa ... Japanese Lieutenant Okuno (uncredited)
Frankie Kabott ... Billy Neal (uncredited)
Bob Okazaki ... Tasaka (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Last Patrol

7 October 1966
In 1815 one of the final battles of the War of 1812 was fought near New Orleans, Lousiana. Doug and Tony materialize behind British lines and soon find themselves in the custody of Colonel Southall, a man history records as "The Butcher" because of a disastrous mistake attacking the strongest side of Andrew "Old Hickory" Jackson's fortifications. Southall believes the chrononauts can supply tactical information and he'll stop at nothing to get it. Meanwhile, Southall's descendant, a general in the modern British Army, visits the TicToc complex to explain what his ancestor is likely to do. But General Southall, unknown to anyone else, is dying - and so it may well be his actions that are the most unpredictable.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Carroll O'Connor ... Gen. Southall / Col. Southall

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk (as Whit Bissel)

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor

Michael Pate ... Capt. Hotchkiss
John Napier ... Capt. Jenkins
David Watson ... Lt. Rynerson
Marshall Carter ... British Soldier
John J. Burns ... American Scout (uncredited)
Christopher King ... U.S. Sergeant (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
John Winston ... British Sentry (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Crack of Doom

14 October 1966
Tony and Doug are transported to Krakatoa, a volcanic island between Java and Sumatra in great activity and the blowup seems to be imminent. The travelers in time are attacked by superstitious natives that believe that a sacrifice would appease the fire, but they are rescued by the British Dr. Everett Holland, who is research the volcano with his daughter Eve. They ask the date to Everett and Holland and Eve tells that it is 26 August 1883, the eve of the explosive eruption that destroyed the island and caused a tsunami that killed more than 36,000 people. Tony and Doug try to convince the Hollands to leave Krakatoa, but the distrustful Eve believe that they are America scientists interested in stealing the research of her father. Meanwhile, the Time Tunnel personnel brings Tony back to the facility, but a time warp suspend the passage of time and the personnel is frozen. Tony collects information about the blowup in Krakatoa and returns to the island, leaving a message to Dr. Raymond Swain. When General Kirk succeeds in contact Tony, Eve overhears the conversation and Tony confesses that Doug and he are travelers in time. But they realize that there is a mistake in the date and now it may be too late to leave Krakatoa.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Torin Thatcher ... Dr. Everett Holland

Ellen Burstyn ... Eve Holland (as Ellen McRae)

Victor Lundin ... Karnosu (as Vic Lundin)

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor
Sam Groom ... Jerry - Technician
George Matsui ... Young Native

Kim Kahana ... Native (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Revenge of the Gods

21 October 1966
Doug and Tony are transported to 1200 BC in the middle of the war between Greeks and Trojans. They are captured by Ulysses' men and their knowledge of history makes Ulysses believe that they are gods from the Olympus. When Doug is captured by the traitor Sardis and brought to Troy, he meets Helen of Troy and proves to Paris that he might be a god. Meanwhile Tony witnesses the construction of the Trojan Horse and joins the team that will break in Troy inside the horse to rescue Helen and Doug.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

John Doucette ... Ulysses

Dee Hartford ... Helen of Troy

Paul Carr ... Paris

Joseph Ruskin ... Sardis - Ulysses Aide

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor

Kevin Hagen ... Greek Sword Leader

Abraham Sofaer ... Epeios

Wesley Lau ... M / Sgt. Jiggs
Anthony Brand ... Trojan Captain (uncredited)
Patrick Culliton ... Sentry (uncredited)
Paul Stader ... Greek (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Massacre

28 October 1966
Doug and Tony are transported to the summer of 1876 and witness soldiers slaughtered by Indians in the middle of the desert. They are hunted and captured by three Indians; however Doug is rescued by the Trumpeter Tim that survived the massacre and is bringing a dispatch from General Crook to General George Armstrong Custer. Doug escapes but the leader of the Indians, Crazy Horse, brings Tony to the Indian camp to get information about the "Yellow Hair". Meanwhile, the Time Tunnel personnel summon the specialist in the Indian Wars period and Sioux descendent Dr. Charles Whitebird to provide information about the location. The researcher advises that the place is Montana and the day is the eve of the day of The Battle of the Little Bighorn, where Custer and the 7th Cavalry Regiment where defeated and annihilated by the Indians led by Sitting Bull.

Season 1, Episode 9: Devil's Island

11 November 1966
Doug and Tony are transported to 1895 to the French penal colony of the Devil's Island, a prison where political and criminal prisoners where sent and never leave, and are mistakenly taken as two runaway prisoners. They try to explain the mistake to the cruel commanders that do not accept their explanations. When the prisoners decide to help the charismatic Captain Alfred Dreyfus to escape, Doug and Tony try to tell them that this is a doomed plan since Dreyfus has never escaped from the hellish island.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips
Marcel Hillaire ... Boudaire

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Commandant Rubidoux (as Oscar Beregi)

Theodore Marcuse ... Lescaux (as Theo Marcuse)

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor

Steven Geray ... Perrault
Alain Patrick ... Claude (as Alain Patrice)
Peter Balakoff ... Capt. Alfred Dreyfus (as Ted Roter)

Robert Adler ... Gaunt Man (as Bob Adler)
George Sawaya ... French Sailor

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Reign of Terror

18 November 1966
Doug and Tony find themselves during the French Revolution and become involved in a plot to rescue the doomed French Queen, Marie Antoinette.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

David Opatoshu ... Shopkeeper

Monique LeMaire ... Marie Antoinette
Louis Mercier ... Antoine Simon

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk / French General Querque

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor
Pat Michenaud ... Louis Joseph Xavier Francois AKA Dauphin

Joe E. Tata ... Napoleon Bonaparte (as Joey Tata)

Howard Culver ... Voice (voice) (uncredited)
Tiger Joe Marsh ... Executioner (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Secret Weapon

25 November 1966
Doug and Tony are transported to Russia on 16 June 1956, and sooner they receive an F-5 probe from the Time Tunnel personnel with the message "Meet Alexis". They meet the double agent Alexis that gives papers and free access to them to the facilities of the Russian Project A-13. They discover that Professor Anton Biraki has built a Time Tunnel very similar to theirs, and they have been assigned to pilot a doomed capsule in the first time travel. Meanwhile in the present days, Professor Biraki is in the United States offering his knowledge to the government.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Nehemiah Persoff ... Prof. Anton Biraki

Michael Ansara ... Col. Hruda

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor
Sam Groom ... Jerry - Technician

Russ Conway ... Gen. Parker (as Russell Conway)

Gregory Gaye ... Alexis (as Gregory Gay)

Kevin Hagen ... McDonnell

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Death Trap

2 December 1966
Doug and Tony are transported to February 1861 to a barn where a group of conspirators leaded by Jeremiah plots a plan to kill Abraham Lincoln, but they are surprised by a raid of governmental agents. Tony flees with Jeremiah and his brother Matthew while Doug is arrested by Pinkerton's men. The fanatic Jeremiah has prepared a time-bomb to blow up Lincoln's train but Tony knows that the plan is doomed to fail since history tells that Lincoln will die only four years later. When Jeremiah discovers that Lincoln is at the depot with Doug, he decides to blow up the spot; Tony tries to save his partner by is tied up to a chair in the brother's house.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Scott Marlowe ... Jeremiah Gebhardt

Tom Skerritt ... Matthew Gebhardt

Ford Rainey ... President Abraham Lincoln

R.G. Armstrong ... Alan Pinkerton
Christopher Harris ... David Gebhardt

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor
William Graeff Jr. ... Conspirator #2
Pat Murphy ... Conspirator #3
Mark Russell ... Third Pinkerton Agent
Gene Silvani ... Conspirator #1
Dick Geary ... Pinkerton Agent Carver (uncredited)
George Robotham ... Pinkerton Agent Scott (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Alamo

9 December 1966
Doug and Tony materialize, and immediately come under attack from Mexican soldiers. They race for the nearest shelter and barely make inside... the Alamo, days before the Mexican Army will overrun it! Worse, Alamo commander Colonel Travis decides they must be spies and orders them imprisoned.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Rhodes Reason ... Col. William Barrett Travis

John Lupton ... Capt. Reynerson

Jim Davis ... Col. Jim Bowie
Edward Colmans ... Dr. Armandez

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor
Alberto Monte ... Sgt. Garcia
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Capt. Rodriguez (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
Elizabeth Rogers ... Mrs. Reynerson
Virginia Semon ... Female in Alamo
Fred Stromsoe ... Sentry
Orwin C. Harvey ... Sentry (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Night of the Long Knives

16 December 1966
Doug and Tony land in nineteenth century Asia, meet Rudyard Kipling and become involved in the conflict between the British and local tribesman for control of the Khyber Pass.

Season 1, Episode 15: Invasion

23 December 1966
Landing in 1944 occupied France two days before D-Day, Doug is captured by the Germans and psychologically reprogrammed to hunt down and kill Tony who must keep their knowledge concerning the impending invasion from the Nazis.

Season 1, Episode 16: The Revenge of Robin Hood

30 December 1966
In thirteenth century England, Doug and Tony become involved with the Earl of Huntington otherwise known as the legendary Robin Hood and their efforts to get King John to sign the Magna Carta.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Donald Harron ... Robin Hood / Earl of Huntington
John Alderson ... Little John

Ronald Long ... Friar Tuck
Erin O'Brien-Moore ... Baroness Elmont

John Crawford ... King John
James Lanphier ... Dubois

John Orchard ... Engelard de Cigogne

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk (credit only)

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain (credit only)

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor

Denver Mattson ... Guard #1 (uncredited)
Eddie Saenz ... Guard #2 (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Kill Two by Two

6 January 1967
Stuck on a Pacific island that is about to be bombarded by the American Navy in February 1945, Doug and Tony are captured by a downed Japanese pilot and a Japanese Army sergeant. To help the Time Tunnel staff locate this island and their two time travelers, they bring in an officer who served on that island who will not help them unless they save his son, the pilot who died during World War II.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Mako ... Lt. Nakamura
Kam Tong ... Sgt. Itsugi

Philip Ahn ... Dr. Nakamura

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor
Brent Davis ... Marine Sergeant
Vince Howard ... Medic
John Drake ... First Marine

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Visitors from Beyond the Stars

13 January 1967
Doug and Tony are transported to a spacecraft with two weird aliens that intend to invade Earth to steal proteins for their dying planet. They land on Mullins, Arizona, in 1885, and the aliens use a device called "Projector" to subdue the earthlings. The time travelers decide to resist the invasion to save Earth from the eminent destruction, but the powerful aliens seem to be unbeatable.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor

Fred Beir ... Taureg
Dusty Cadis ... Cowboy #1

Tristram Coffin ... Jess Crawford (as Tris Coffin)
Anne Dore ... Technician
Dave Dunlap ... Johnson

Ross Elliott ... Sheriff

Byron Foulger ... Saloon Propriator Williams
Gary Haynes ... Deputy Sam Colt

John Hoyt ... The Alien Leader

Jan Merlin ... Centauri

David Sharpe ... Cowboy #2
Paul Stader ... Cowboy #3

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: The Ghost of Nero

20 January 1967
During an encounter between the Germans and the Italians in World War I, Doug and Tony land in a villa that is haunted by the ghost of the Roman Emperor Nero.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor
Nino Candido ... Benito Mussolini

Eduardo Ciannelli ... Count Enrico Galba
Orwin C. Harvey ... German Soldier #4

Gunnar Hellström ... Maj. Neistadt (as Gunnar Hellstrom)

John Hoyt ... Dr. Steinholtz
Gregg Jacobson ... German Soldier #1

Richard Jaeckel ... Sgt. Mueller
Ed Jahnke ... German Soldier #3
Seymour Koenig ... Italian Soldier #1

Denver Mattson ... German Soldier #5
Louis Paul ... Italian Soldier #2
George Robotham ... German Corporal
Miriam Schelber ... Time Tunnel Technician
Stephen Smith ... German Soldier #2

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: The Walls of Jericho

27 January 1967
Appearing out the tent of Joshua, commander of the Israelites, Doug and Tony are sent into the city as his spies.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Myrna Fahey ... Rahab

Michael Pate ... Captain
Lisa Gaye ... Ahza

Arnold Moss ... Malek

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor

Abraham Sofaer ... Father
Tiger Joe Marsh ... Torturer
Cynthia Lane ... Shala

Rhodes Reason ... Joshua
Anne Dore ... Time Tunnel Tecnician
B. Glennie ... Time Tunnel Technician
Orwin C. Harvey ... First Soldier
Virginia Semon ... Time Tunnel Technician

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Idol of Death

3 February 1967
Doug and Tony land in Mexico where Cortez is looking for the Golden Mask. Their archeology expert back at the Time Tunnel insists that they retrieve the Golden Mask that he has been searching for for twenty years or he will not help them.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips
Teno Pollick ... Young Chief

Lawrence Montaigne ... Capt. Alvarado

Anthony Caruso ... Hernando Cortez

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor

Peter Brocco ... Retainer

Abel Fernandez ... Bowman
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Castillano (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
Amapola Del Vando ... Chief's Mother
Pedro Regas ... Chief's Father
Eddie Saenz ... Second Soldier
Patrick Culliton ... Time Tunnel Guard #1 (uncredited)
Paul Stader ... Time Tunnel Guard #2 (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: Billy the Kid

10 February 1967
Landing in 1881 New Mexico in the middle of a jailbreak of Billy the Kid, to defend Tony Doug shoots at Billy who escapes swearing to hunt down Doug. According to their research back at the Time Tunel, two unknown strangers were killed by him on that date.

Season 1, Episode 23: Pirates of Deadman's Island

17 February 1967
Doug and Tony have a run-in with pirates off the Barbary Coast in 1805 and help in the rescue of the nephew of the King of Spain assisted by American Naval officer Stephane Decatur.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Victor Jory ... Capt. Beal

Regis Toomey ... Dr. Ben Berkhart
Pepito Galindo ... Armando Del Giddeo

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor
Alex Montoya ... Spanish Captain

Charles Bateman ... Capt. Stephan Decatur

Harry Lauter ... Mr. Johnson

James Anderson ... Mr. Hampton

Dick Tufeld ... Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: Chase Through Time

24 February 1967
Doug and Tony are transported to the Grand Canyon, Arizona, in 1547. Meanwhile, the saboteur Raul Nimon kills Dr. Alfred Stiles and plants a nuclear bomb with a timing device in the phase synchronizer console; however, the security seals all the exit and Nimon escapes through the time tunnel that is fixed in Doug and Tony. General Kirk orders the scientists to capture Nimon and discover where the bomb is hidden. However the tunnel is out of control and sends the trio to one million years in the future in a society organized like a beehive. However Nimon had arrived ten years before and is building a time machine trying to return to the present days. When the time tunnel personnel tries to transfer the trio to another time, they accidentally brings the soldier Vokar and the worker Zee together to one million years BC. The scientists try to force Nimon to tell where the nuclear device was planted in the last chance to save his friends and themselves.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor

Wesley Lau ... M / Sgt. Jiggs
Anne Dore ... Time Tunnel Technician

Robert Duvall ... Raul Nimon

Gary Epper ... Tic Toc Guard

Lew Gallo ... Vokar

Vitina Marcus ... Zee
Joe Ryan ... Magister
Hal Torey ... Technician - AKA Dr. Alfred Stiles
Bart La Rue ... Intercom Voice (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: The Death Merchant

3 March 1967
Ending up on different sides just prior to the Battle of Gettysburg, Doug and Tony must stop an attempt by Machiavelli (who had traveled in time from the Renaissance due to the Time Tunnel Project) from trying to affect the outcome of the battle and send him back into time.

Season 1, Episode 26: Attack of the Barbarians

10 March 1967
Doug and Tony must help Marco Polo stop an attack by Mongols in thirteenth century China. Tony meets and falls in love with the daughter of Kubla Kahn.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor
Arthur Batanides ... Batu

Paul Mantee ... Ambahai

Vitina Marcus ... Sarit

John Saxon ... Marco Polo
Albert Cavens ... Mongol Warrior (uncredited)
Orwin C. Harvey ... Mongol Warrior (uncredited)

Denver Mattson ... Mongol Warrior (uncredited)

Gil Perkins ... Mongol Warrior (uncredited)

Paul Picerni ... Mongol Warrior (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: Merlin the Magician

17 March 1967
Merlin the Magician pulls Tony and Doug from their journey through time and send them to help a young King Arthur fight an invasion of Vikings.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor
Vincent Beck ... Wogan

Christopher Cary ... Merlin
Lisa Jak ... Queen Guinevere

Jim McMullan ... King Arthur Pendragon
Skip Burnham ... Viking #4 (uncredited)

Dennis Christopher ... young Merlin (uncredited)
John Drake ... Viking (uncredited)
William Graeff Jr. ... Viking (uncredited)

Chuck Hicks ... Soldier $4 (uncredited)
Steve Howell ... Viking #3 (uncredited)
Paul Kessler ... Viking #2 (uncredited)
Seymour Koenig ... Viking #5 (uncredited)

Denver Mattson ... Soldier #5 (uncredited)
Preston Peterson ... Soldier #3 (uncredited)
George Robotham ... Soldier #2 (uncredited)
Gene Silvani ... Viking #1 (uncredited)
Paul Stader ... Soldier #1 (uncredited)
T. Winslow ... Viking #6 (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 28: The Kidnappers

24 March 1967
After Time Tunnel member Doctor Ann MacGregor is kidnapped by a time traveler from another planet, Tony and Doug are sent there to rescue her.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor

Michael Ansara ... Curator
Del Monroe ... Ott / Official Time Traveler
Glen Colbert ... Guard in Interior Scientist Office (uncredited)
Ray Didsbury ... Intercom Voice (voice) (uncredited)
John Drake ... Renaissance Scholar (uncredited)

Gary Epper ... Guard #2 (uncredited)
Bart La Rue ... Computer Voice (voice) (uncredited)
Bob May ... Adolf Hitler (uncredited)
Paul Stader ... Guard #1 (uncredited)
Bob Todd ... Roman Senator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: Raiders from Outer Space

31 March 1967
During the Battle of Khartoum in 1883, Tony and Doug stumble upon aliens who plan to conquer the Earth using missiles. The aliens also send a bomb through the Time Tunnel to prevent any interference with their plans.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

John Crawford ... Henderson

Kevin Hagen ... Prince, Alien Planet Leader

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor
George Barefoot ... Android #2 (uncredited)

Jerry Catron ... Android #1 (uncredited)
Mike Donovan ... Slave #1 (uncredited)

Gil Perkins ... Sergeant (uncredited)
Eddie Saenz ... Arab (uncredited)
Paul Stader ... Slave #2 (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 30: Town of Terror

7 April 1967
In 1978, Doug and Tony have to stop aliens from stealing all the oxygen from the planet Earth.

James Darren ... Dr. Tony Newman

Robert Colbert ... Dr. Doug Phillips

Whit Bissell ... Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk

John Zaremba ... Dr. Raymond Swain

Lee Meriwether ... Dr. Ann MacGregor

Mabel Albertson ... Sarah Pettinghill
Vincent Beck ... Alien Leader
Gary Haynes ... Pete

Heather Young ... Joan
George Burrafato ... Frozen Townsperson (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Frozen Townsperson (uncredited)
Anne Dore ... Frozen Townsperson (uncredited)
Bart La Rue ... Voice of Andro One (voice) (uncredited)

Kelly Thordsen ... Alien Sarah (uncredited)

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