Doug and Tony land in nineteenth century Asia, meet Rudyard Kipling and become involved in the conflict between the British and local tribesman for control of the Khyber Pass.

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Hara Singh
David Watson ...
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Maj. Kabir
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John Zaremba ...
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Sam Groom ...
Jerry - Technician
George Keymas ...
Ali
Brendan Dillon ...
Col. Fettretch
Peter Brocco ...
Kashi - Blind Man
Ben Wright ...
Cabinet Minister
Dayton Lummis ...
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Doug and Tony are transported to 1886 to British India on the border of Afghanistan. Doug is captured by the men of the rebel Hara Singh who are organizing an uprising (Night of the Long Knives) against the invaders from Afghanistan. Tony meets the journalist Rudyard Kipling at the beginning of his career and they head to the British fort. Together they try to convince Colonel Fettretch to attack the Indians and rescue Doug. Meanwhile, the time tunnel personnel are having troubles to give a magnetic fix on Doug and Tony in time. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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16 December 1966 (USA)  »

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This episode takes place in the Thar Desert, India in May 1886 and in Arizona in 1968. See more »

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At the start, when Tony is shot at, he covers his left eye in pain: yet when they turn him over, he is bleeding over the right eyebrow. See more »

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Edited from King of the Khyber Rifles (1953) See more »

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Politically Incorrect Episode
3 December 2009 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Doug and Tony are transported to 1886 to the British India in the border of Afghanistan. Doug is captured by the men of the rebel Hara Singh that is organizing an uprising called Night of the Long Knives against the invaders from Afghanistan. Tony meets the journalist Rudyard Kipling in the beginning of his career and they head to the British garrison; together they try to convince Colonel Fettretch to attack the Indians and rescue Doug. Meanwhile, the time tunnel personnel are having troubles to give a magnetic fix on Doug and Tony in time.

"Night of the Long Knives" is a politically incorrect episode where the nationalists are the "bad guys" and the British invaders are the "good guys". Again the production uses stock footage for most of the battle scenes. My vote is four.

Title (Brazil): "O Túnel do Tempo" ("The Time Tunnel")


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