Stuck on a Pacific island that is about to be bombarded by the American Navy in February 1945, Doug and Tony are captured by a downed Japanese pilot and a Japanese Army sergeant. To help ... See full summary »

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Lt. Nakamura
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Brent Davis ...
Marine Sergeant
Vince Howard ...
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Stuck on a Pacific island that is about to be bombarded by the American Navy in February 1945, Doug and Tony are captured by a downed Japanese pilot and a Japanese Army sergeant. To help the Time Tunnel staff locate this island and their two time travelers, they bring in an officer who served on that island who will not help them unless they save his son, the pilot who died during World War II. Written by laird-3

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6 January 1967 (USA)  »

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This episode takes place on Minami Imo off the coast of Iwo Jima on February 17, 1945 and in Arizona in 1968. See more »

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When Doug takes a crow bar and breaks the lock with it, he tosses the crowbar on the ground outside the door and opens the door and steps inside, The next scene when he steps inside he is holding the crowbar in his hand and places it on some boxes. See more »

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My Favourite Time Tunnel WW2 Drama
5 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

The third WW2-related drama puts the time travellers on an island with a Japanese guy.

Because I am not big on WW2 stories I have been a bit critical of Tunnel's episodes set in or around this period, but Kill Two By Two is a lot more pleasing to me than the others.

The main reason for this is that the Time Tunnel command centre is finally a big part of the story, General Kirk (Whit Bissell) and gang are not pushed into the background as is sometimes the case with this series.

A few Time Tunnels were set on an island (Crack Of Doom, Devil's Island, Dead Man's Island) and this confined setting seems to work well for the series.


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