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The Cave of the Wizards 

Just hours before the Jupiter 2 is to lift off to take advantage of a rare launch window, Dr. Smith discovers a cave inhabited by three devices -- part beings, part machines -- that are the... See full summary »

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Just hours before the Jupiter 2 is to lift off to take advantage of a rare launch window, Dr. Smith discovers a cave inhabited by three devices -- part beings, part machines -- that are the last living remnants of the once mighty civilization of Draconis. As T minus zero draws near, Dr. Smith increasingly falls under the influence of the Draconians. Written by Mister-UHF

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Dr. Smith apparently lost his memory after the gas explosion. However, he told the robot he would not return to the Jupiter 2 when the robot only said Jupiter [without the 2] in regards to getting him back to the ship. See more »

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The Robot: [singing] Gonna jump down, turn around, pick the golden nugget! Gonna jump down, turn around, pickin' gold all day!
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from The Enemy Below (1957)
Composed by Leigh Harline
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A Sight And Sound Thrill Ride
11 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

More aliens in a mysterious cave, these ones want Smith.

The second half of season two is generally known as LIS's too silly period but this hour has always thrilled me with outstanding sets, a good Alexander Courage musical score, the rock men from Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea's Fossil Men episode, Nero's tomb from The Time Tunnel episode The Ghost Of Nero, mystery concerning a second Jupiter 2 and some touching (if rather corny) moments between Smith and Will.

Alexander Courage is better known for his Star Trek music but he sometimes did outstanding music for LIS (Wild Adventure) and Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (Leviathan, The Cyborg).

In a nutshell, Cave Of The Wizards is a sight and sound thrill ride.


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