Fitzhugh and Barry get caught by a traveling circus act, using a bear to keep other little people to make them escape. Mark and Commander Burton must find a way to divert the kidnappers ... See full summary »

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Fitzhugh and Barry get caught by a traveling circus act, using a bear to keep other little people to make them escape. Mark and Commander Burton must find a way to divert the kidnappers attention. However the rest are caught and Burton must find a way, maybe the help of the boy who travels with them to escape from this fate to be sold at a carnival... Written by RealLiveClaude

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3 November 1968 (USA)  »

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In the first scene in the small travelling circus, there are only supposed to be two men, yet the hand of a third man (tugging at the bear's chain) can be seen behind the calliope. See more »

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Alexander B. Fitzhugh: Barry
[pauses to catch his breath]
Alexander B. Fitzhugh: I'm afraid we're on a wild goose chase. It must have gone on.
Barry Lockridge: I guess so, but I sure would have enjoyed seeing the circus again.
Alexander B. Fitzhugh: You will, my boy, you will. Let's get back to camp.
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12 December 2016 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

The earthlings get involved with giant circus people.

If you think Land Of The Giants is all about "little people" climbing up giant props, being chased by giant guys in suits, this episode will come as a welcome surprise!

Terror-Go-Round is different right from the word go, the music score is obviously done by a different composer to the usual guys, his name is Mullendore, and he is best known for scoring Lost In Space's The Haunted Lighthouse and Space Beauty.

Then we get to the nasty giant circus folk...so perfectly casted...these guys look like they were born to play these roles. They bring harm to the "little people" in various creative ways.

The general look of the hour, the giant props, the animals, the balloon, all come together to create a very special hour of TV.

However, not all the music was done by Mullendore, once the balloon is in flight the music is lifted from the John Williams scored pilot titled: The Crash.

Perhaps the only mild negative is a couple of brief moments when Stefan Arngrim (Barry) speaks his lines in a phoney way.


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