Voyagers! (1982–1983)
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When separated Phineas is arrested with Lawrence of Arabia and Jeffery helps Thomas Edison invent the electric light.

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Lawrence of Arabia
Lawrence Dobkin ...
Commandant
Shanit Keter ...
Medina
Arthur Rosenberg ...
John Kruesi
Steven Keats ...
Thomas Edison
Mary Kate McGeehan ...
Mary Edison
Marius Mazmanian ...
Prisoner
Robert Ackerman ...
J.P. Morgan
Michael Horsley ...
Upton
Tony Brafa ...
Boehm
Nicholas Khan ...
Oman
Lynn Philip Seibel ...
Lowrey (as Lynn Seibel)
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When separated Phineas is arrested with Lawrence of Arabia and Jeffery helps Thomas Edison invent the electric light.

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7 November 1982 (USA)  »

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This episode takes place in five different settings: Siberia at an unspecified time, the Middle East in 1917, Menlo Park, New Jersey from October 19 to October 21, 1879, the Middle East in 1871 and Menlo Park, New Jersey on December 31, 1879. See more »

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[Jeffrey is trying to figure out where he and Bogg are by the manner of people's dress]
Phineas Bogg: This isn't a fashion show. I need names, places.
Jeffrey Jones: Well ask that broken down Mickey Mouse watch of yours.
Phineas Bogg: I'll deal with that smart mouth of yours later.
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Referenced in Voyagers!: Barriers of Sound (1983) See more »

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