Land of the Giants (1968–1970)
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Steve and Fitzhugh find a small cavern loaded with electronic equipment that appears to be whats left of a previous expedition from Earth. The race is on once the Giants become aware of the... See full summary »

Director:

Harry Harris

Writers:

Irwin Allen (created by), William Welch
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Gary Conway ... Capt. Steve Burton
Don Matheson ... Mark Wilson
Stefan Arngrim ... Barry Lockridge
Don Marshall ... Dan Erickson
Deanna Lund ... Valerie Scott
Heather Young ... Betty Hamilton
Kurt Kasznar ... Alexander B. Fitzhugh
Warren Stevens ... Capt. Ashim
Leonard Stone ... Dr. Kraal
Len Lesser ... Prisoner
Robert Dowdell ... Policeman
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Steve and Fitzhugh find a small cavern loaded with electronic equipment that appears to be whats left of a previous expedition from Earth. The race is on once the Giants become aware of the equipments existence and try to recover it for their own needs. Written by glenchapman@ruraltel.net

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Sci-Fi

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Language:

English

Release Date:

12 January 1969 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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[first lines]
Capt. Steve Burton: Let's make it to the hydrant.
Alexander B. Fitzhugh: We'll never make it back to the ship with this. Can't we leave it here?
Capt. Steve Burton: Leave it? After all the trouble we went through to get it? This wire's gonna be a lotta use to us.
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Best Episode of Season One
10 October 2019 | by adamtheactor-97677See all my reviews

As an adult watching this episode on DVD, I realise very little happens in it (No pun intended). The little people find a communication station in a storm drain in the city, and manage to power it up. Whilst Mark Wilson begins repairing it and adapting it to communicate with Earth, using his ever increasing tool box that must have come from somewhere? At the same time, unknown to the little people, Two giants are aware the station has been re-booted and are looking to trace the signal. One of them, a scientist (Who is wearing a lab-coat to show us he is a scientist) convinces the other giant, a police commissioner; to try out this new foam he has developed, and I don't mean to shave. The foam has the ability to make whoever is covered in it to confess all, and tell nothing but the truth. The downside to the foam is that it causes the subject to die after a few minutes. The plot seems rather far fetched, but then so is the concept of the show. What I love about this episode is the final scenes, a fight to turn on the destruct lever and blow up the communicator (Steve does not want it to fall into the giants hands). And then the storm drain being filled with the deadly foam, and the little people trying to run for their lives.


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