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Capt. Steve Burton
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Barry Lockridge (credit only)
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Betty Hamilton
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Alexander B. Fitzhugh
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Prof. Kirmus
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The group meets a giant inventor who has developed a new device, a teleporter, capable of matter transport over great distances. He is helpful and interested in the little people's problems, but is betrayed by an S.I.D. agent and must face the consequences. Written by Anonymous

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25 January 1970 (USA)  »

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Betty and Fitzhugh are paralyzed by an electronic device mounted on a pole. When the giant SID man reaches down to deactivate the device, Betty and Fitzhugh are nowhere to be seen, despite standing right next to the device in the previous shot. See more »

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A Betty Bonanza
11 December 2009 | by See all my reviews

The character Betty was absent from several second-season episodes due to Heather Young's real-life pregnancy. This episode helps to make up for that. Betty has a huge part in the proceedings, and is wearing her new fetching pink outfit to boot. She figures prominently in the plot and easily has more screen time than any other character.

The story involves a kindly inventor (Jack Albertson) who has created a device which can teleport people and objects from one place to another. He and his device are being sought by a man (Peter Mark Richman) who wants to use it for sinister purposes. Diane McBain is also in the mix, playing a housekeeper who's not quite what she pretends to be.

There are the usual quota of rescues and narrow escapes, including Betty hiding in a rifle barrel. There's even a rare chance for our travelers to possibly get back to Earth. It's one of the better episodes – especially for Betty fans. Barry fans are out of luck, however. He's absent from the entire episode.


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