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Steve and Dan meet up with a pair of time travelers from another planet. The two pilots wind up stealing the device the pair uses for their travels and use it to go back to the day the Spindrift crashed on the planet of the giants in order to prevent the accident from happening. However, the two time travelers have followed them and warn the pair that if they do change history there is a good chance that when the Spindrift crashes that this time no one will survive. Written by Brian Washington <>

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8 March 1970 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)


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1.33 : 1
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All of the characters appear in new footage wearing what they wore in the first episode with the exception of Stephan Arngrim. By the time this episode was filmed Arngrim had already hit puberty and he was taller and his voice had changed. His only appearance in this episode was in the flashback to the moments prior to the Spindrift's crash. See more »


In the series debut, the original date of the Spindrift's departure from Los Angeles was June 12, 1983. However, in this episode it is changed to September 25, 1983. See more »

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Every Single Cast Member Is Great But We Have A Problem
17 May 2007 | by See all my reviews

Irwin Allen's Time Tunnel series may of ended in 1967 but Irwin Allen and writer William Welch simply can't let a good premise go away. When Tunnel ended this pair (sometimes just Irwin) simply stuck the time travel plot lines into Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea year four, Lost In Space year three and Land Of The Giants year two. They all worked amazingly well partly due to the fact that the guest time travellers were played by talented artists such as Henry Jones (Voyage), John Crawford (LIS), Warren Stevens (Giants) and in the case of Wild Journey we have time travellers Bruce Dern (yes, that Bruce Dern) and sexy Yvonne Craig. With Giants, the best episodes of year two were the three time travel shows (all reviewed by me on this site) and Wild Journey is the lucky last of the three.

Wild Journey wastes no time in getting into the story as the opening frames of the teaser deal with "the little people" discovering the time travellers. Early in act one we are already in the guts of the story about two of "the little people" going back to earth before the tragic blast off. Bruce Dern is very pleasing in his attempts to bring reality to such a way out script, his casual style of speech is in contrast to the more tense tones of previous Giants time traveller Warren Stevens. This is my second favourite Yvonne Craig performance (after Star Trek) as she does a great job of making the viewer think she has been partnered with Dern for years. They behave like a couple.

I get the odd feeling that ABC took one look at the script and said "This is Land Of The Giants with no giants?" and Welch may of responded with "Well, okay, when Steve and Dan go back to earth I will make them even more little". I hated this when I was a kid and I still hate it today. Turning Steve and Dan into "little people" on earth is a really stupid idea which does mild damage to the show.

But this is Land Of The Giants, one of the greatest TV shows ever made, so I can forgive this small problem in the script.

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