Lost in Space: Season 2, Episode 29

The Astral Traveller (12 Apr. 1967)

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Will and Dr. Smith find a cave that transports them to earth, 19th century Scotland.

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Will and Dr. Smith find a cave that transports them to earth, 19th century Scotland.

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Better than most of the second season episodes that preceded it
5 August 2010 | by (Camilla, GA) – See all my reviews

While "The Astral Traveler" may not rank in the top ten - or even 20 - fan favorites of all, it still has its memorable moments and performances:

1) the revolving door "portal" - Of course, it's special effects on a budget, but the scene of it hollowed into the side of a cave is way cool.

2) the "banshee" cry - This is possibly one of the most effective - and especially creepy - sound effects used on the show.

3) Sean McClory - The veteran and under-appreciated actor - deserving of an Oscar nomination for "Cheyenne Autumn" - gives a "spirited" performance as Hammish, the ghost that Will befriends during his trip to Scotland.


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