More adventures with saboteurs intent on disrupting giant society, as the group becomes embroiled with the mysterious Dr. North, who is planning a major terrorist outrage.

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Barry Lockridge (credit only)
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Dr. North
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More adventures with saboteurs intent on disrupting giant society, as the group becomes embroiled with the mysterious Dr. North, who is planning a major terrorist outrage.

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15 February 1970 (USA)  »

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In the closing credits, Kevin Hagen is mistakenly billed as "Inspector Turner" rather than "Inspector Kobick" - a role he had played many times by then. See more »

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How to stop a bomb threat in less than an hour...
26 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is another one where our castaways risk their lives to help a giant. After that one particular giant dies, the episode is all about them trying to help the S.I.D. to stop a bomb terrorist plot that will kill half a million people.

I found a few plot holes which need answers. The first is why doesn't the bomb set by Dr. North kill the little people when it is in such an enclosed space?

The second is how does Pedro the chimp find the Sprindrift on his own at the end of the episode? Now that he knows the location of the Sprindrift, wouldn't that make him a danger since he could come back and then endanger the seven castaways?

For trivia fans, the S.I.D. guard who finds the bomb is Tom Drake, the boy next door that Judy Garland sings about in the 1944 classic MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS.

It is also a kick to see Francine York from the Lost in Space episode THE COLONISTS here as Dr. North/Dr. Grier.


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