While the castaways are collecting fireworks at a carnival for gun powder to use to make explosives, Barry is injured when a young giant boy shoots off a roman candle. Steve, Mark and ... See full summary »

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While the castaways are collecting fireworks at a carnival for gun powder to use to make explosives, Barry is injured when a young giant boy shoots off a roman candle. Steve, Mark and Valerie take him into a miniature balloon gondola to keep him from getting hit by more sparks, but the balloon is accidentally released and heads for the sky. They immediately are caught in an incredible windstorm and are taken to the other side of the planet where they find a society run by the dictator Titus. Titus can't believe that there is another society on the other side of the planet and orders Steve to go back and bring back proof with the ultimatum that if he doesn't return within hours that Mark, Val and Barry will be killed. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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When Fitzhugh jumps from the giant balloon he can clearly be seen bouncing back into the frame after landing on a foam mat. See more »

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Land Of The Lost Room
2 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

The little people fly away in a balloon to an even more dangerous land.

Wow! The John Williams scored teaser is so strong with the disaster of the earthlings being sent away in a balloon by mistake. Act one then gives us welcome hints that something terrible lies ahead in the Land Of The Lost.

But once we get to act two, we become aware that "the most expensive TV series ever made" perhaps went over-budget in recent weeks as the Land Of The Lost is just a room with giant guys in funny cloths all standing around our captured little folk. I was expecting something more...but I guess we get that in the later episode...The Graveyard Of Fools.

Meanwhile back in the "normal" land, Fitz is turning out to be an all out pain as he attempts to blow up a giant balloon with his mouth!

I like the way season two does shows where the little people go places (Earth, Limbo, Graveyard and Earth again) but this hour lacks the required budget to create a pleasing location.


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