While being chased by a hobo, the castaways find themselves trapped by a force field. They then find a town without any people in it. They soon find out that the town was built by a lonely ... See full summary »

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While being chased by a hobo, the castaways find themselves trapped by a force field. They then find a town without any people in it. They soon find out that the town was built by a lonely old man who built the town based on pictures he found on a ship that crash landed on the planet years earlier. They appreciate the old man's kindness, but still try to find a way to escape. Compicating matters is the old man's sadistic granddaughter who is jealous of them and tries kill them. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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29 September 1968 (USA)  »

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The ghost town was the set for The Andy Griffith Show (1960) with several buildings routinely shown from downtown Mayberry. One of the crew members was even banging on Andy's front door. See more »

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He was supposed to have re-created the town from photos he found on a crashed space ship. Betty is shown next to the magazine rack with an issue of "Life" in the upper left stating that Lee Harvey Oswald has been arrested. In 1968 we hadn't even gotten to the moon yet and Oswald was arrested in 1963 a mere 5 years prior. And even if there was a prior ship that crashed they would not have been carrying an issue of Life on board due to weight constraints. See more »

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Valerie Scott: Come on. This way. Over here.
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A scaled down city owned by a kind giant and his evil grandaugther....
14 April 2006 | by (Montreal, Canada) – See all my reviews

On another field trip, trying to find "radioactive" fuel to get the Spindrift off and out of the Giants'Planet, the little people discover a ghost town reduced to their scale. Thinking it is their world, they noticed that the small town is owned by a kind giant, who wants the little people to live there. Unfortunately, an evil and mischievous girl takes the little people for live toys and do everything to make their life miserable, including spoiling their meal...

Yet, another game of survival must be played when the grandfather goes for an errant and the little girl is left alone and want to avenge against the little people she hates so much, and the latter are trapped inside a invisible electric force field which protects the village...

Then again, the little people with the help of Mark and Steve Burton, saves the day again...


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