On a planet where a primitive people are ruled by a computer, Doctor Smith goes against character and saves Major West's life.

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On a planet where a primitive people are ruled by a computer, Doctor Smith goes against character and saves Major West's life.

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4 October 1967 (USA)  »

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When the chariot first pulls up to the rock near the volcano, there are no tread tracks behind it. When Professor Robinson meets Will there, two clear tracks are visible behind the vehicle even though it hasn't moved since being parked there. See more »

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The Robot: [leading the Primevals in dance] Boom boom, boom boom, boom boom BOOM!
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Sci-Fi & Volcano Disaster
25 May 2007 | by See all my reviews

Episode five in screening order but episode three in production order (after Condemned Of Space and Hunter's Moon). The Robinson's new lost planet has a trouble-making volcano.

The Space Primevals is a good looking hour that sometimes leaves that boring sound stage for once and gives us some striking outdoor images of the full scale space pod and great sound stage dramatics from the cave men-like tribe on the planet.

The Lost World (1960) lizard drops in for a second or two but we will try to forget about that. If you take away Don, Smith and The Robot, this tone/look of this hour resembles Land Of The Giants and Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. In fact, at about this time on another Fox sound stage, Voyage/Sea was doing a volcano episode called Fires Of Death. Irwin was at work here.

Added note: Yes, the head cave-man is often standing next to props used as The Time Tunnel core.

Great episode!


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