Martin rebuilds his CCTBS - cathode-ray centrifugal time breakascope - convinced that if he transports himself to just before the time he crashed, he can fix the problem and fly back to ... See full summary »

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Alan Hewitt ...
Det. Bill Brennan
Hal Baylor ...
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Ken Mayer ...
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James Jeter ...
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Emile Meyer ...
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Jeff DeBenning ...
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Martin rebuilds his CCTBS - cathode-ray centrifugal time breakascope - convinced that if he transports himself to just before the time he crashed, he can fix the problem and fly back to Mars. Det. Brennan inadvertently flips the switch for the delay function, sending Tim and Martin back in time. Instead of 1215 Merry Old England where they were sent last time, they are sent to 1849 St. Louis. Unfortunately the CCTBS didn't make the trip with them. Instead it should still be in the exact same spot in what is the site of Los Angeles in 1849. Unfortunately, they run into Det. Brennan's great-grandfather, also a lawman, who arrest them for passing off "fake" money that Tim brought with him from 1965. With some Martian trickery, they break out of jail just in time to catch a riverboat up the Missouri. This marks the start of their trek to Los Angeles. On the riverboat, they run into a woman who happens to be Mrs. Brown's great-grandmother, Loralei Glutz. The unfortunate circumstance of ... Written by Huggo

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12 September 1965 (USA)  »

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The title parodied the famous quote by American newspaperman Horace Greeley promoting Western expansion, "Go West, Young Man". See more »

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References Bewitched (1964) See more »

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Oh! Susannah
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Written by Stephen Foster
Performed by Pamela Britton
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