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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Land Of The Giants' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Land Of The Giants':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

January 19, 1969: The Bounty Hunter
Season 1, episode 15
W: Anthony Wilson   D: Harry Harris

With Paul Sorenson (Giant Camper), Kimberly Beck (Giant Girl).
Believing the earthlings responsible for several deaths, the giants intensify their search for the aliens.





September 21, 1969: The Mechanical Man
Season 2, episode 1
W: William L. Stuart   D: Harry Harris

With Erik Nelson (S.I.D. Officer), William Chapman (Secretary Mek), James Daris (Super Giant Robot), Broderick Crawford (Professor Gorn), Stuart Margolin (Zoral), Steven Marlo (Minor S.I.D. Official), Richard Carlyle (Special Policeman).
A giant scientist captures Mark and Fitzhugh, then offers them their freedom if they can correct dangerous imperfections in a monstrous robot.

September 28, 1969: Six Hours To Live
Season 2, episode 2
W: Dan Ullman   D: Sobey Martin

With Bill Quinn (Warden Sloane), Sam Elliott (Martin Reed), Larry Pennell (Guard), Stewart Bradley (Police Sergeant), Richard Anderson (Joe Simmons), Anne Seymour (Martha Cass), George Mitchell (Harry Cass), Max Power (Pharmacist), Michael Quinn (Gateman).
Steve, Dan and Fitzhugh overhear a confession to murder, a crime for which a young giant is to be executed in just six hours.

October 5, 1969: The Inside Rail
Season 2, episode 3
W: Richard Shapiro   D: Harry Harris

With Joe Turkel (Sergeant), Vic Tayback (Hood), John Harmon (Groom), Ben Blue (Moley), Arch Johnson (Chief Rivers).
Fitzhugh's greed amost results in the capture of the earthlings when he finds a winning horse racing ticket.

October 12, 1969: Deadly Pawn
Season 2, episode 4
W: Arthur Weiss   D: Nathan Juran

With Alex Dreier (Kronig), John Zaremba (Dr. Lalor), Charlie Briggs (Guard), Steve Marlo (Technician).
A mad giant engages the earthlings in a deadly game of chess.

October 19, 1969: The Unsuspected
Season 2, episode 5
W: Bob Mitchell, Esther Mitchell   D: Harry Harris

With Kevin Hagen (Inspector Kobick), Leonard Stone (Sgt. Eason).
After coming into contact with a mysterious dust, Steve decides to turn his fellow earthlings over to the authorities.

October 26, 1969: Giants And All That Jazz
Season 2, episode 6
W: Richard Shapiro   D: Harry Harris

With Sugar Ray Robinson (Biff Bowers), William Bramley (P.G. Hanley), Diana Chesney (Nell), Mike Mazurki (Loach).
A gangster-threatened ex-boxer captures the earthlings and promises to free them if they Dan teaches him how to play the trumpet.

November 2, 1969: Collector's Item
Season 2, episode 7
W: Bob Duncan, Wanda Duncan   D: Sobey Martin

With Erik Nelson (S.I.D. Man), Susan Howard (Mrs. Garak), Guy Stockwell (Garak), Robert H. Harris (Tojar), George Sperdakos (Goldsmith).
Valerie is captured by a young giant who substitutes her as the ballerina on a music box, a booby-trapped gift for his wealthy uncle.

November 9, 1969: Every Dog Needs A Boy
Season 2, episode 8
W: Jerry Thomas   D: Harry Harris

With Michael Anderson Jr. (Ben Car), Tom Nardini (Carl), Robert Shayne (Mr. Clinton), Oliver McGowan (Dr. John Howard).
A giant veterinarian agrees to operate on Barry's dog, Chipper, after a serious injury, but his assistant plots to capture the earthlings.

November 16, 1969: Chamber Of Fear
Season 2, episode 9
W: Arthur Weiss   D: Sobey Martin

With Cliff Osmond (Jolo), Christopher Cary (Deenar), Joan Freeman (Mara), Robert Tiedemann (The Monk).
Steve takes advantage of a greedy squabble between two giant thieves and makes a deal to free a captive Fitzhugh.

November 23, 1969: Comeback
Season 2, episode 10
W: Richard Shapiro   D: Harry Harris

With Jesse White (Manfred), Fritz Feld (Quigg), James Jeter (Studio Gateman), Janos Prohaska (Baby the Gorilla), Olan Soule (Cameraman), John Carradine (Egor Crull).
A giant has-been actor traps the earthlings and plans to use them to insure his comeback in a horror movie which could mean their deaths.

November 30, 1969: The Clones
Season 2, episode 11
W: Oliver Crawford, Bob Mitchell, Esther Mitchell   D: Nathan Juran

With William Schallert (Dr. Arno), Sandra Giles (Dr. Greta Gault).
Two giant scientists succeed in creating living duplicates -- clones -- of the earthlings, making identification and rescue almost impossible.

December 7, 1969: A Place Called Earth
Season 2, episode 12
W: William Welch   D: Harmon Jones

With Warren Stevens (Olds), Rex Holman (Mezron), Jerry Douglas (Fielder), Jerry Quarry (Bron), Scott Thomas (Messenger), Jon Mooney (Pharmacist), Gene LeBell (Mezron's Brother).
Two travelers from the distant future force the earthlings to help them with a plan to destroy the people of earth.

December 21, 1969: Home Sweet Home
Season 2, episode 14
W: William Welch   D: Harry Harris

With John Milford (Ranger Wilson), Mort Mills (Constable), William Bassett (Ranger Jack), June Dayton (Mrs. Perkins), Pete Kellett (Guard), Robert Adler (Villager Slocum), William Benedict (Villager Peabody).
Steve and Fitzhugh manage a return to Earth, but with strange results when they land in the year 1900.

January 4, 1970: Nightmare
Season 2, episode 16
W: William Welch   D: Nathan Juran

With Kevin Hagen (Inspector Kobick), Yale Summers (Andre), Torin Thatcher (Dr. Berger).
While working with a helpful Giant scientist, the Earthlings are subjected to radiation which causes strange hallucinations.

January 11, 1970: Pay The Piper
Season 2, episode 17
W: Richard Shapiro   D: Harry Harris

With Jonathan Harris (Piper), Peter Leeds (Senator), Michael-James Wixted (Timmy).
A Giant known as the Piper tries to lure the earthlings into a trap by playing his magical flute.

January 18, 1970: The Secret City Of Limbo
Season 2, episode 18
W: Bob Mitchell, Esther Mitchell   D: Sobey Martin

With Malachi Throne (Taru), Joseph Ruskin (General Aza), Peter Jason (Mylo), Whit Bissell (Dr. Krane).
Mysteriously transported to another giant civilization far beneath the ground, the earthlings are caught up in a struggle for power.

January 25, 1970: Panic
Season 2, episode 19
W: Bob Duncan, Wanda Duncan   D: Sobey Martin

With Peter Mark Richman (Marad), Diane McBain (Mrs. Evers), Steven Marlo (Officer Burns), Patrick Culliton (Officer Willis), Edward G. Robinson Jr. (Guard Rogers), Jack Albertson (Dr. Kirmus).
A friendly giant scientist's promise to return the earthlings home by use of his teleporter invention raises their hopes only to dash them to the ground when both scientist and earth people are captured by an evil giant.

February 1, 1970: The Deadly Dart
Season 2, episode 20
W: William L. Stuart   D: Harry Harris

With John Dehner (Lieutenant Grayson), Madlyn Rhue (Bertha Fry), Christopher Dark (Sergeant Barker), Kent Taylor (Doc Jelko), Don 'Red' Barry (Zoral), Willard Sage (Inspector Swan).
An influential woman newscaster raises a hue-and-cry against the earthlings when several giants are found dead under mysterious circumstances.

February 15, 1970: Doomsday
Season 2, episode 21
W: Dan Ullman   D: Harry Harris

With Kevin Hagen (Inspector Kobick), Charles Dierkop (Arthur Kamber), Ed Peck (Warkin), Francine York (Dr. North/Greer), Tom Drake (Sergeant).
The earthlings race against time to convince the unbelieving giant police that Dr. North, a member of a foreign consulate, has planted enough bombs in strategic areas to demolish the entire city.

February 22, 1970: A Small War
Season 2, episode 22
W: Anthony Wilson   D: Harry Harris

With Sean Kelly (Alek Erdap), Charles Drake (Mr. Erdap), Miriam Schiller (Nurse).
The earthlings land in a deadly situaiton when an 8-year-old boy mistakes them for toys and pits them in battle against a mechanized army.

March 1, 1970: The Marionettes
Season 2, episode 23
W: William Welch   D: Sobey Martin

With Frank Ferguson (Goalby), Victoria Vetri (Lisa), Robert Hogan (Brady), Sandra Giles (Harem Dancer), Dianne Krabbe (Diane), Bob Baker (Puppet Man), Janos Prohaska (Bobo/Gorilla), Al Lampkin (Fire Eater), Carl Carlsson (Knife Thrower), Martin Liverman (Trainer).
When a giant puppeteer saves the lives of Valerie and Betty, Fitzhugh and Betty decide to masquerade as performing puppets in an audition for a circus owner.

March 8, 1970: Wild Journey
Season 2, episode 24
W: William Welch   D: Harry Harris

With Erik Nelson (S.I.D. Man), Bruce Dern (Thorg), Yvonne Craig (Berna), Marshall Stewart (Man Passerby), Win Liverman (Security Guard), Louise Lorimer (Miss Smith), Sheila Allen (Miss Collier).
Steve and Dan steal a time-travel device from two strange people, planning to transport themselves back to Los Angeles and two years back in time so they can stop the takeoff of their spaceship.

March 22, 1970: Graveyard Of Fools
Season 2, episode 25
W: Sidney Marshall   D: Sobey Martin

With Albert Salmi (Melzac/Bryk), Michael Stewart (Janitor), John Crawford (Tagor).
Evil giant scientists send four of the earthlings to a forbidding, dangerous land to repair a machine possessing the greatest energy force known. (Last show of the series.)


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