The Time Tunnel (1966–1967)
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Doug and Tony materialize, and immediately come under attack from Mexican soldiers. They race for the nearest shelter and barely make inside... the Alamo, days before the Mexican Army will ... See full summary »

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Dr. Tony Newman
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Dr. Doug Phillips
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Col. William Barrett Travis
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Capt. Reynerson
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Col. Jim Bowie
Edward Colmans ...
Dr. Armandez
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Lt. Gen. Heywood Kirk
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Dr. Raymond Swain
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Dr. Ann MacGregor
Alberto Monte ...
Sgt. Garcia
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ...
Capt. Rodriguez (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
Elizabeth Rogers ...
Mrs. Reynerson
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Virginia Semon ...
Female in Alamo
Fred Stromsoe ...
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Doug and Tony materialize, and immediately come under attack from Mexican soldiers. They race for the nearest shelter and barely make inside... the Alamo, days before the Mexican Army will overrun it! Worse, Alamo commander Colonel Travis decides they must be spies and orders them imprisoned. Written by CommanderBalok

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9 December 1966 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The title described the Mission San Antonio de Valero in San Antonio, Texas that was built in the 17th century to convert the native Americans to Christianity. By 1800 the mission had been abandoned and was used as a garrison before the Texas soldiers occupied the building prior to the historic battle in 1836 which resulted in the cry of "Remember the Alamo!" See more »

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Just after Tony and Doug arrive, an officer tells them that Davy Crockett was killed "yesterday", but during the climactic battle, we see him twice. The first time shortly after Doug fires the rifle, and then again just after Tony and Doug transfer out. See more »

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Version of The Immortal Alamo (1911) See more »

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Well Played
4 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

Tony and Doug are 1836...the time of The Alamo.

I don't really know what to make of the previous reviewer here. He mainly says the episode is poor but then gives The Alamo seven out of ten??

This hour might not but one of my favourites but the ending is so powerful (helped along by the stock footage) and the whole thing has that wonderful sense of doom-to-come that Irwin Allen does so well in many of his TV shows and movies.

However, my favourite character, General Kirk (Whit Bissell), gets too little to say and do.


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