Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'The Fantastic Journey' in the 1970s:
- Carl Franklin as Dr. Fred Walters (1977)
- Ike Eisenmann as Scott Jordan (1977)
- Jared Martin as Varian (1977)
- Katie Saylor as Liana (1977)
- Roddy McDowall as Dr. Jonathan Willoway (1977)
1970s Episode Guide for 'The Fantastic Journey':
(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)
Season 1, episode 1
W: Michael Michaelian, Katharyn Michaelian Powers D: Andrew V. McLaglen
With Gary Collins (Dar-L), Scott Thomas (Dr. Paul Jordan), Leif Erickson (Captain Ben Wallace), Susan Howard (Eve), Scott Brady (Carl Johanson), Ian McShane (Sir James Camden), Karen Somerville (Jill), Mary Ann Mobley (Rhea), Don Knight (Paget), Byron Chung (George), Jason Evers (Atar), Jack Stauffer (Andy), Lynn Borden (Enid Jordan).
Series debut. A team of scientists are mysteriously shipwrecked on an uncharted land mass which, they soon discover, is the location of a variety of time spheres represented by Varian -- a 23rd century man -- as well as 16th century British privateers and a trio of survivors from the lost continent of Atlantis.
Season 1, episode 2
W: Katharyn Powers D: Barry Crane
With Mary Ann Mobley (Rhea), Gary Collins (Dar-L), Jason Evers (Atar), Albert Stratton (Itar).
Varian, Dr. Walters and Scott come to the city of Atlantium and learn that the process by which they can return to their respective time spheres can prove fatal to them.
Season 1, episode 3
W: Howard Livingstone D: Irving J. Moore
With Brian Patrick Clarke (Daniel), John David Carson (Cyrus), Marj Dusay (Rachel), Joseph Della Sorte (Aren).
An American scientist, rejected by hs peers, disappears while on a flight over the Sea of Japan and is discovered in a time sphere inhabited by strange alien beings and their android slaves.
Season 1, episode 4
W: Leonard Katzman D: Alf Kjellin
With Mark Lambert (Alpha), Bobby Eilbacher (Sigma), Stanley Bennett Clay (Beta), Cosie Costa (Delta), Al Eisenmann (Omega), A. Michael Baldwin (Rito), Riccardo Natoli (Gamma).
A colony of young boys, the descendants of warriors, "emancipate" Scott. When Varian, Dr. Walters and Liana attempt a rescue, they discover the power that the youths possess.
Season 1, episode 5
W: Michael Michaelian D: Vincent McEveety
With Bobby Porter (The Neffring), Johnny Doran (Nikki), Robert Patten (Luther), John Saxon (Consul Tarant), Morgan Paull (Argon), Lenore Stevens (Lara).
Varian, Dr. Walters, Scott and Liama encounter some soldiers from an alien race who are plotting to take over other time spheres by force.
Season 1, episode 6
W: Richard Fielder D: Virgil Vogel
With Jonathan Lippe (Zaros), Christina Hart (Gwenith), Ellen Weston (Maera), Victor Mohica (Baras), Belinda Balaski (Arla).
Varian marries a woman from an alien time sphere, unaware that the marriage customs of her race pose a serious threat to his survival.
Season 1, episode 7
W: Michael Michaelian D: Art Fisher
With Mel Ferrer (Appolonius), Mary Frann (Roxanne), Richard Lawson (Barker), Christina Hart (Gwenith).
The space travelers meet up with a powerful magician who is in search of a body so he can return to earth in physical form to wreak havoc. Jonathan is picked by the sorcerer as his target.
Season 1, episode 8
W: D.C. Fontana, Ken Kolb D: Victor French
With Joan Collins (Queen Halyana), Paul Mantee (Morgan), Julie Cobb (Adrea), Beverly Todd (Connell).
Because the men of one time sphere abuse and degrade the females, the queen and her attendants cause their tormenters to disappear.
Season 1, episode 9
W: Katharyn Powers D: David Moessinger
With Carole Demas (Krysta), Dale Robinette (Kedryn), William O'Connell (Simkin), Dax Xanos (The Rider), Lynn Borden (Scott's Mother).
A mysterious horseback rider tells the travelers they can return home if they find a series of stones.
Season 1, episode 10
W: Robert Hamilton D: Vincent McEveety
With Lew Ayres (Rayat), Richard Jaeckel (York), Nicholas Hammond (Tye), Jim Poyner (Roland), Cheryl Ladd (Natica), Burt Douglas (Pilot), Gerald McRaney (Co-Pilot).
The travelers unwittingly bring criminals to a colony where the concept of evil is unknown.