In colonial Massachusetts Phineas and Jeffery must save themselves and Benjamin Franklin's mother from charges of witchcraft.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jennifer Holmes ...
Abiah Folger
Reverend Noise
David Hooks ...
Justice Sewell
Kim Marie ...
Abigail Williams
Andy Wood ...
Katie Budge ...
Suzanne Martin
Gwendolyn Brown ...
Woman in Crowd
Douglas Blair ...
Man Ghost
James Cook ...
Scientist at Seance


Jumping around time, the voyagers must save Ben Franklin's mother from being condemned as a witch, visit Harry Houdini during a séance and make sure that Francis Scott Key doesn't lose his poem that eventually is used in our national anthem. Written by laird-3

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31 October 1982 (USA)  »

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When dropping in on Houdini, this is the only time that Jeffery and Bogg drop in with a green light and cause it to turn red. See more »


In the chase scene after the opening credits, when Abiah goes behind a rock to hide from the mob, you can see the rock wobble when it leans on it - it is obviously lighter than a real boulder. See more »


[Bogg is about to throw away a piece of paper a passerby dropped]
Jeffrey Jones: What is it?
Phineas Bogg: Just a poem. "Oh, say, can you see by the dawn's early light, what so proudly we hailed at..."
Jeffrey Jones: At the twilight's last gleaming.
Phineas Bogg: How'd you know?
[Jeffrey grabs the poem and runs toward the man who dropped it: Francis Scott Key]
Jeffrey Jones: Mr. Key! Mr. Key!
Francis Scott Key: Good morning, my enthusiastic young man.
Jeffrey Jones: Good morning, sir. You dropped this.
Francis Scott Key: Ah. I wrote this when the British were rowing me ashore this morning. It was a proud sight, son. ...
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Referenced in Voyagers!: The Trial of Phineas Bogg (1983) See more »

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Which agents of Satan
27 February 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's so easy to brainwash the world by repeating a lie often enough. Those who prefer the truth know that only in today's vile climate of anti-Christian bigotry in which the 2012 DNC officially voted God out of the part platform (and then lied about it) are people godless and ungodly enough to buy the ubiquitous lies concocted about the extent of the evils of the Salem witch trials as true. Ironically just like the girls lied about people they hated, so too folk lie about the Salem witch hunts because of the Christians whose faith they hate and want falsely to discredit. The flip side is that they do the same thing with McCarthy knowing what he said about America's government being infested by Soviet agents was true, as decoded USSR-age Venona papers prove, no matter the lies of the treasonous communist allies like the NY Times.

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