Doctor Smith delights that he is made ruler of an alien species until he learns that he is also their sacrifice.

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Will Robinson (as Billy Mumy)
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Dr. Zachary Smith / Daddy Zach
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Once again, Dr. Smith's character flaws lead him into trouble. His avarice triggers a bejeweled crown, summoning an alien race from Andronica who ostensibly ask Will to be their king (since Will wears the crown when they arrive). Will declines and Dr. Smith thinks himself cleaver by cunningly veering their interest onto him instead, thereafter becoming into a royal pain (ready to behead Don for past grievances). Truth is, the crown is a baited hook seeking to latch onto the worst of all men. (Dr. Smith can't remove it from his own head till Will, pure of heart, lifts it off easily.) The Andronicans' interest has always been for Zachary alone. Their annual Festival of Sacrifice demands they find a most worthless man to crown as king, to be sacrificed for good luck and the betterment of all in the coming year. With the Robinsons bent on launching a rescue, the chief Andronican creates a Smith-duplicate, imbued with all the industrious and selfless qualities they admire (everything the ... Written by statmanjeff

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16 March 1966 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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5 years earlier Liam Sullivan and Jonathan Harris both co-starred in the Twilight Zone episode The Silence. See more »

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Dr. Zachary Smith: Daddy Zach - BAH!
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from The Enemy Below (1957)
Composed by Leigh Harline
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The Fake Smith Is Rather Funny
14 February 2015 | by See all my reviews

Dr Smith becomes an alien ruler.

It took a few repeat viewings before I liked this hour, but yes, it is rather good. The fake Smith does actually make me laugh and the storyline is rather clever.

The inside of the alien spacecraft is nice to look at with those "disco lights" hovering above the action.

Kevin Hagen is here and he appeared as a guest star in all of Irwin Allen's Big Four TV shows. He would also play an alien with weird make-up again in Time Tunnel's Raiders From Outer Space...that hour is a must see!


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