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Doug and Tony are transported to Paris, in the period of the French
Revolution. When one local is sent to prison and sentenced to the
guillotine for helping Doug and Tony, the scientists decide to rescue
him to escape. The man asks them to help the French Queen Marie
Antoinette and the Dauphin and in return, he would provide the
necessary documentation to leave Paris.
"Reign of Terror" is one of the silliest episodes of this cult-series. It seems that Doug and Tony speak French with accent based on the dialog with Napoleon Bonaparte. My vote is six.
Title (Brazil): "O Túnel do Tempo" ("The Time Tunnel")
One of the outstanding episodes of this cult series as co-star Whit
Bissell (General Kirk) turns STAR, getting to shine more than he does
in any other episode of the show: he plays two roles in one episode!
There is a Whit Bissell in France and a Whit Bissell in the Tunnel command centre! The totally under-rated Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea writer - William Welch - is doing Bissell's lines and the even more under-rated composer - Leith Stevens - is doing the music score.
When you put this all together, and add a very touching scene with James Darren at the end, you get something that can only be called: OUTSTANDING.
Yes, television does not get much better than Reign Of Terror.
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