Steve and Fitzhugh attempt to return to Earth in a spacepod, but travel back in time to the year 1900 where the local villagers decide they are being attacked by warlocks.

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Betty Hamilton (credit only)
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Ranger Wilson
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June Dayton ...
Mrs. Perkins
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Ranger Jack (as William H. Bassett)
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Steve and Fitzhugh attempt to return to Earth in a spacepod, but travel back in time to the year 1900 where the local villagers decide they are being attacked by warlocks.

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21 December 1969 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the song "Home Sweet Home", composed by Englishman Sir Henry Bishop with lyrics by John Howard Payne. See more »

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When Steve and Fitzhugh are about to enter the space warp, Fitz asks what it is. However, in the series premier he was one of the first ones who spotted the cloud. See more »

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A Visit To A Hostile Lost In Space Planet
3 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

The series premise is reduced to an un-important sub-plot involving a giant Ranger, this story is about two "little people" - Steve and Fitz

  • jumping inside a time machine (actually the Lost In Space pod) and
landing on earth sweet earth in an age when "human flight is impossible". Steve and Fitz must deal with this "visit to a hostile planet".

Irwin Allen digging up past thrills from recently axed TV shows he made (Lost In Space and The Time Tunnel). It works on that level and the wonderfully loud Richard LaSalle music score actually takes centre stage in act four.

Those waiting for Valerie to do or say something interesting will not not be happy. In this episode, she resembles Mrs Robinson from Lost In Space as she gets all concerned about missing in action Barry.

A good episode but not great.


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