Voyagers! (1982–1983)
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Cleopatra inadvertently travels to New York City in 1927 and helps out Lucky Luciano kidnap Babe Ruth. In 1919, Jeff and Phineas convince Babe Ruth to give up pitching and become the home run hitting champion he is more famous for.


Bernard McEveety


James D. Parriott (creator), Jill Donner (as Jill Sherman) | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jon-Erik Hexum ... Phineas Bogg
Meeno Peluce ... Jeffrey Jones
Michael Gregory ... Lucky Luciano
William Lucking ... Babe Ruth
Andrea Marcovicci ... Cleopatra
Ken Swofford ... Mr. Barrow
Norman Snow ... Marc Antony
Ed McCready Ed McCready ... News Vendor
Dan Kern Dan Kern ... Sir Isaac Newton
George Sawaya George Sawaya ... Senator
Michael J. London Michael J. London ... Doorman
Clint Young Clint Young ... Announcer
John Achorn ... Reporter #1
David Blackwood David Blackwood ... Man #2
Don Boughton Don Boughton ... Man #1


Bogg and Jeffrey rescue Cleopatra when her life was in danger. They take her with them accidentally when they leave and they land in the 1920's where she decides to stay. She gets away from them and assimilates. Later they discover Yankee Stadium--the house that Ruth built is not there because Ruth didn't play for the Yankees. So they go back when he was still a pitcher and a prima donna. They try to get him to switch from pitcher to hitter. When they succeed they return to look for Cleopatra whom they discover has fallen in with Lucky Luciano and is using her to keep Ruth from hitting his 60th home run. Written by

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14 November 1982 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


When Bogg and Cleopatra are in New York on May 21, 1927, someone runs out yelling, "Lucky Lindbergh landed in Paris!" In Voyagers!: An Arrow Pointing East (1982), one of Bogg and Jeffrey's assessments would be helping Charles Lindbergh take off from New York. See more »


The 1927 Yankees were shown with numbers on their uniforms and Babe Ruth was introduced as "#3, Babe Ruth". The Yankees did not start putting numbers on their uniforms until the 1929 season. See more »


Cleopatra: [Bogg and Jeffrey know Cleopatra and Babe Ruth are in danger, so they "borrow" a car to escape] I command you to stop this car.
Phineas Bogg: No way. You're too good at gettin' into trouble.
Cleopatra: I wasn't in any trouble until you showed up.
Phineas Bogg: And stopped you and Luciano from kidnapping him.
[Lucky Luciano's plan was to keep The Babe from hitting home run number 60]
Babe Ruth: What's a hood like Luciano gonna do for a girl like you, anyway?
Cleopatra: Get me an audience with the Emperor.
Babe Ruth: What Emperor?
Cleopatra: Emperor Coolidge.
Babe Ruth: [aside, to himself] ...
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Featured in Voyagers!: The Trial of Phineas Bogg (1983) See more »

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