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Hey, I totally loved Into the Labrynth as well as the other shows that were part of The Third Eye series on Nickelodeon. It is the only show title I remember that was part of the series because who can forget Ron Moody. I have searched for years to find where I can get the entire series with all of the various shows on video or DVD. I especially loved the ones with the twin brother and sister who find these slimy alien/monsters in some kind of cave. I think they filmed that in Austrailia, if I recall. Also, I vaguely remember the show with an English boy who's father I think was a scientist and people were mysteriously turning into Stone Hedge like stones. But I haven't seen it any of these since I was in elementary school back in the early 80's, so my memory is hazy. I just thought they were the coolest and the only person that remembers the series that I know is my older sister. So if anyone knows anymore info about The Third Eye Nickelodeon series, any knowledge would be greatly appreciated.
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