The castaways befriend a giant magician named Inidu after he saves them from a couple of giant bullies. Inidu tells them that he is on the run after being falsely accused of murder when ... See full summary »

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The castaways befriend a giant magician named Inidu after he saves them from a couple of giant bullies. Inidu tells them that he is on the run after being falsely accused of murder when someone died as a result of one his tricks going horribly wrong. Later, his protégée, a young magician named Enog, who was always ambitious, admits to sabotaging the trick as part of a plan to supplant his teacher. Unfortunately, Enog captures Valerie and threatens to kill her unless Inidu reveals his greatest trick to him. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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"Inidu" is "Udini" spelled backwards, an in-joke nod to famous illusionist / escape artist Harry Houdini. "Enog" is "Gone" spelled backwards. See more »

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My Least Favourite Season One Episode
18 February 2015 | by See all my reviews

The little people get involved with a giant magician.

This is my least favourite season one episode of Land Of The Giants. I had issues with it as a kid and I still have a problem with it today. Basically, it feels totally out of place in a season dominated by survival and escape in a world of giants. Return to Inidu looks like it would have been more at home in the second half of season two when things started getting a bit more way out.

Maybe if Kobick (Kevin Hagen) made a welcome visit things would have improved?

I am guessing the circus loving Irwin Allen played a small role in making this episode happen. Irwin loved sticking circus-types in his shows...see Time Tunnel's Merlin The Magician, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea's clown in The Wax Men, etc.

And circus-types appeared in other Land Of The Giants episodes and Lost In Space.

If you are okay with a man-in-a-sheet being a ghost and people/candy materializing all over the place you will be fine with Return to Inidu, but others will struggle with it.


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