In old England, Phineas and Jeffery save both Robin and Maid Marian and help Lindbergh get ready for his flight to Paris in 1927.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Wendy Fulton ...
Dan Hamilton ...
Vernon Weddle ...
Michael Currie ...
Harold Bixby
Doc Kimball
Alex Rebar ...
George Caldwell ...
Reporter #1
Howard Schechter ...
Reporter #2


Bogg and Jeffrey arrive in England during the time of Robin Hood. They discover Robin Hood injured and hiding because he doesn't want anyone to see him like this. but because of his absence his men have lost faith. So to restore it Bogg offers to pretend to be Robin Hood. But during an encounter with the KIng's men. Bogg and Jeffrey have to escape through time and arrive in 1927 and discover Charles Lindberg and that he is considering not making is historical flight. They try to convince him to. And after doing that they head back to England. Written by

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12 December 1982 (USA)  »

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This episode takes place in three different settings: Sherwood Forest, Nottingham, England in 1194, Roosevelt Field, New York from May 19 to May 20, 1927 and Paris, France on May 21, 1927. See more »


Phineas Bogg: Bat's breath.
[Jeffrey laughs]
Phineas Bogg: You made me spill my guava whip. What are you laughing about? And what's the big idea Omniing us out of Hawaii? I wasn't read to leave.
Jeffrey Jones: Our vacation was over.
Phineas Bogg: In case you didn't notice, I was having a very intimate conversation with a girl in a grass skirt.
Jeffrey Jones: I noticed.
Phineas Bogg: Yeah, well you also notice how beautiful she was? How sweet? How innocent?
Jeffrey Jones: How married?
Phineas Bogg: Married?
Jeffrey Jones: Married, to the tribal chieftain. She was wife number eighteen.
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