Fantasy Island

The Inventor / On the Other Side

Season 3, Ep 13, Aired 12/15/79
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  • Episode Description
  • In "The Inventor" absent-minded Professor Duayne Clebe from Sioux Falls, South Dakota and his assistant Martha Meeks need an element to perfect his formula ZX764-8 that can only be found on Fantasy Island. The Professor finds himself in big trouble when his secret invention is revealed to the world. And in "On the Other Side" widow Irma Gideon wishes to travel through the doors of death to contact her deceased husband, world-renowned psychic Howard Gideon who promised to contact her after his death 20 years ago.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Ricardo Montalban

    Mr. Roarke

  • Herve Villechaize

    Tattoo (Season 1-6)

  • Earl Bellamy

  • Emmett Bergholz

  • Sam Orr

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (1)

    • Mr. Roarke: I am sorry to burst in like this Professor but publisizing your formula at this time could have some far reaching effects. Professor: The press conference is over. Martha: Why? Mr. Roarke: Ah Professor, what ever possessed you to call on a press conference? Professor: All my life I've been a nobody and this was a chance for me to be a somebody. Mr. Roarke: Professor a discovery of this magnitude, let me put this in perspective, meer men have killed for far less.

    Trivia (1)

    • Mr. Roarke introduces Professor Duayne Clebe and his labratory assistant Martha Meeks from Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Mrs. Irma Gideon from Pacific Grove, California.

    Allusions (1)

    • Mr. Roarke: (to Professor Clebe) I perused your scientific data Professor, impressive, very impressive indeed. The world is sorely in need of visionaries, the calibre of Edison, Marconi, the Wright Brothers and you Professor. Allusion to famous inventors, Thomas Edison who invented many devices used in every day life. Marchese Guglielmo Marconi inventor of the radio-telegraphy and the Wright Brothers inventors of flying aircrafts.

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