Valerie is forced to act as a toy ballerina in a giant's scheme to kill his rich uncle.
Originally aired: November 2, 1969 on ABC
Writer: Bob Duncan, Wanda Duncan
Story: Sidney Marshall
Director: Sobey Martin
Show Stars: Don Marshall (Dan Erickson), Deanna Lund (Valerie Ames Scott), Heather Young (I) (Betty Hamilton), Gary Conway (Captain Steve Burton), Stefan Arngrim (Barry Lockridge), Don Matheson (Mark Wilson), Kurt Kasznar (Commander Alexander B. Fitzhugh)
Recurring Role: Erik Nelson (S.I.D. Man)
Guest Stars: Susan Howard (Mrs. Garak) , Guy Stockwell (Garak) , Robert H. Harris (Tojar) , George Sperdakos (Goldsmith)
Production Code: 4704
While fleeing a giant dog and the SID, Valerie and Betty duck into a goldsmith shop where the man is hard at work on a music box/cage for Garak. Garak spots and captures Valerie, and plans to use her in a plot to kill his uncle. He bets his obnoxious Uncle Togar, a ruthless millionaire and mechanical toy collector, $10 million that he can impress him.
Garak has his wife dress Valerie up as a ballerina and teach her to dance. Meanwhile, Steve rides Garak's car back and gets Dan and Fitzhugh into Garak's house. They sneak onto the covered cage when Garak takes it to his uncle, while Mark and Steve figure out Garak's scheme to put explosives in the cage, rigged to go off when the door opens. They get captured by Garak's wife, and convince her something is up.
Meanwhile, Dan and Fitzhugh are captured by Garak and Togar. Garak is anxious to make his escape before his uncle opens the door. Mrs. Garak brings Mark and Steve with her and confronts her husband, who was willing to blow up her as well. She leaves, the Earthlings make their escape, and Togar and Garak blow each other up when they struggle and knock the cage over.