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Here is a generic promo for the 1960s series THE TIME TUNNEL!
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25 Responses to “Promo for THE TIME TUNNEL!!”

  1. GlynisElgey says:

    Brings back memories of my childhood….I was 10 at the time,

  2. rtmnmk says:

    @raymoles and they always had gravity. The same gravity, everywhere…

  3. norfolk611 says:

    @raymoles Yeah, check out the movie ” Contact ” It has a little more logic as far as that goes.

  4. sam94433 says:

    nice job

  5. zorazen2 says:

    Time Ticking.

  6. raymoles says:

    What always amazed me about this show and Star Trek is no matter how far they went back in time or into deep space, everybody talked english.

  7. ewaf88 says:

    ‘Wherever Doug and Tony are now – at least they’re together Just a pity that Tony’s stuck with that dreadful green jumper”

  8. luiseduardo586 says:

    I played myself a lot with Dr. Ann McGregor….what a hootie!

  9. windstorm1000 says:

    That Robert Colbert had a really manly sexiness as opposed to James Darren’s boyish beauty.

  10. windstorm1000 says:

    I remember EXACTLY where I was when this fantastic series debuted on Sept. 9, 1966–at my Father’s cousin’s house in Milwaukee, WI. I had just started kindergarten–and I distinctly remember, in one of my first memories, watching Time Tunnel’s first episode as people screamed inside the Titanic trying to get out as it went down.. Pretty frightening for a 5 year old.

  11. Mitoch55 says:

    @QuikVidGuy Try again. Quantum Leap was Time Tunnel only with body switching and tied into Sam Beckett’s lifetime.

  12. Mitoch55 says:

    @QuikVidGuy Try again. Quantum Leap was Time Tunnel only with body body switching and tied into Sam Beckett’s lifetime.

  13. RovingCounter says:

    Like all Irwin allen shows, thiis was very ambitious. But, the premise to this and other Allen shows is so limited it soon gets monotonous. Each week they just happen to appear at very historic events.

  14. QuikVidGuy says:

    So… It’s Quantum Leap, but with less body-switching.

  15. bonita409 says:

    Loved this show! I was 8-9 yrs. old when it aired, and thought it lasted a lot longer than one season. In fact it was educational, as I first learned about the Titanic from watching Time Tunnel! And James Darren was gorgeous.

  16. gag30742 says:

    i was six when this kids show was out first, and i think that it was great, harmless, not like kids shows today, got to kill or smash something to bits!, yes i know grummpy old git! (no it’s a fact, thats apart of why we are now faced with so many dead head kids)

  17. Jorge4402 says:

    How I loved this show! I was like nine years old at the time. But just the idea of time travel (even if only science fiction) fascinated me. It was a great time to be a kid!

  18. gunnew22 says:

    loved this show but all the ppl at work r to young to remember it lol

  19. raveale says:

    Hmmm… Raining, no SAT, what to do?
    Drag out the Time Tunnel box set.

  20. UFOGEAR says:

    I saw this when I was a child in the 60′s. I can’t believe I had forgotten about it until now!.Thanks for uploading this gem from the past! It must be based on the Philadelphia Experiment of the 40′s and what the Montauck series of books is describing. Art imitates life….

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  23. RovingCounter says:

    Can’t believe I watched this boring show.

  24. straker2 says:

    This show was one of the best of its era and the best of all Irwin Allen shows, with barely a hint of the campiness of Lost in Space and some really great stories and effects along the way. Why can’t they make anything this good now? Even the effects looked better, despite not having CGI. Amazing!

  25. mmyculm54 says:

    Watching this show on my grandmother s R.C.A color console when i was 10 years old . Thanks Grammy

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