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Doug and Tony are transported to 1200 BC in the middle of the war between Greeks and Trojans. They are captured by Ulysses' men and their knowledge of history makes Ulysses believe that they are gods from the Olympus. When Doug is captured by the traitor Sardis and brought to Troy, he meets Helen of Troy and proves to Paris that he might be a god. Meanwhile Tony witnesses the construction of the Trojan Horse and joins the team that will break in Troy inside the horse to rescue Helen and Doug. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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This episode takes place in Troy on April 23, 1184 BC. See more »

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Mounted warriors are shown using saddles with stirrups. Saddles did not come into use in Europe until 200 BCE and stirrups arrived about 650 CE, 1,000 and 1,850 years, respectively, after the events depicted here. The stirrup is what made mounted warriors practical; around 1200 BCE, horses would have been limited to drawing war chariots. See more »

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Theatre Acting
16 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

Tony and Doug appear in the Mediterranean in the age of Troy and the Trojen Horse. The travellers are confused as "Gods".

The guest stars in this hour really shine and create a charged theatrical edge to this hour that leaves the 2004 motion picture - Troy

  • for dead. Troy (2004) may of created a massive set as the city of


Troy, and it gets full marks for that, but give me Revenge Of The Gods any day.

In production order (not screening order), this was the 4th episode of Time Tunnel and there is a high energy feeling in the hour (note the Leith Stevens score and editing) because everything was still so new.

The score should go down well with Lost In Space fans as, at one stage in the Tunnel itself, we hear the exact same music used in LIS's Blast Off Into Space. Also, in the teaser, we see that the time travellers are on the second season LIS alien planet set!

The hour does create a feeling of being in the theatrical-style distant past, that alone makes Revenge Of The Gods highly entertaining.


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