The Time Tunnel (1966–1967)
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In 1978, Doug and Tony have to stop aliens from stealing all the oxygen from the planet Earth.

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Doug and Tony are transported to a mysterious laboratory in Cliffport, Maine, on 10 September 1978, and sooner they discover that the local population has been frozen by aliens that intend to steal the oxygen of the atmosphere. Meanwhile, the connection of the time tunnel complex with Doug and Tony is locked and the oxygen in the complex is also drained jeopardizing the personnel. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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7 April 1967 (USA)  »

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This episode takes place in Cliffport, Maine on September 10, 1978 and in Arizona in 1968. See more »

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In the town, supposedly just about all of the residents are "frozen", yet many of them move. See more »

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Little Bits Of Various Cult 1960s TV Shows All Over The Place
6 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

The time travellers land in 1978 (same year as Irwin Allen's Captain Nemo??) and find more space aliens and a David Vincent (QM's The Invaders) clone is running from them.

Not as much fun as last week's Raiders From Outer Space but there is still a lot to enjoy in this episode!

The wonderful Herman Stein music score seems to be the only NEW thing in this hour as everything else seems to be pinched from QM's The Invaders series, Lost In Space (the aliens) and Bewitched (the crazy old woman).

Did I forget to mention that Heather Young from Irwin's soon to happen series, Land Of The Giants, is in this?

Last week's Raiders From Outer Space would have made a better ending for this wonderful series but this is still well worth watching.


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