The Time Tunnel

The Revenge of Robin Hood

Season 1, Ep 16, Aired 12/30/66
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  • Episode Description
  • Doug and Tony show up in June 1215 when the Earl of Huntington is trying to convince King John to sign the Magna Carta. Doug is captured along with Huntington when the King gets surly and orders their torture. Tony manages to rescue Doug and they flee where they meet up with Huntington's men: Little John, Friar Tuck, and the Merry Men. Using their knowledge of modern-day chemicals, Doug and Tony help the rebels while trying to get hold of a homing post that the Project staff has sent back to them to enact a rescue. With the time travellers help Huntington and his men capture King John and force him to sign the Magna Runnymede! The homing post fails to work and the two are swept off.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Lee Meriwether

    Dr. Ann MacGregor

  • James Darren

    Dr. Tony Newman

  • John Zaremba

    Dr. Raymond Swain

  • Whit Bissell

    Lt. General Heywood Kirk

  • Robert Colbert

    Dr. Douglas Phillips

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  • Notes (1)

    • Was part of the compilation movie "Old Legends Never Die."

    Trivia (1)

    • This is a rare episode where the Time Tunnel pulls Tony and Doug out while they're still in their period clothing. There's no edit where they switch to their regular clothes, but of course, they use the stock footage of the opening time travel sequence, and sure enough they're back in their regular clothes for the next episode. At this point in the series, these clothes should have significant wear and tear with all the scuffles the guys have been in. Add the fact they should have a good amount of grime and major body odor. After all, at no time in the series had we seen Doug and Tony bathe and groom themselves. How is it that they begin every adventure immaculate and clean-shaven? No matter how long they've been stranded in one particular period of time, not even their facial hair grows! (editor's note: while this is somewhat of a recurring issue, it's not really a nit since the show itself is consistent on this - perhaps the two revert mentally and physically back to how they were when they first left - they certainly don't seem to reference anything that happened to them in previous episodes.)

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