The Fantastic Journey: Season 1, Episode 2

Atlantium (10 Feb. 1977)

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All seems well at the gleaming white city of the Atlantians, but the Source - a master brain which controls all around it - is in need of energy and Scott is singled out as the supply.

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Dr. Fred Walters
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Katie Saylor ...
Liana
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Jason Evers ...
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Rhea
Mike Road ...
The Source (voice)
Albert Stratton ...
IL-tar
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All seems well at the gleaming white city of the Atlantians, but the Source - a master brain which controls all around it - is in need of energy and Scott is singled out as the supply.

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Professor Paul Jordan: I know that you are safe with Varian and Fred.
[Paul in his farewell letter to his son Scott]
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