Originally aired: Sunday March 22, 1970 on ABC
Writer: 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)
Guest Stars: Albert Salmi (Melzac/Bryk) , Michael Stewart (Janitor) , John Crawford (Tagor)
Production Code: 4723
Investigating reports of a miniature airplane, Fitzhugh and Valerie are captured by Melzac, a scientist who is in communication with his twin brother halfway across the planet. Melzac captures Dan and Steve, and sends all four of them up in the plane. They are then somehow "teleported" across the planet to the Graveyard of Fools, from which no expedition has ever returned.
The Graveyard appears to be a literal graveyard, with headstones of Steve and Fitzhugh. Eventually the four are reunited after ducking strange hallucinogenic monsters, and Steve and Valerie are grabbed by Melzac's twin brother Bryk. They need the little people to repair an alien "servo-actuator" that gives them power over time and space. Dan and Fitz free them, while Mark and Betty manage to regain control of the plane. The servo-actuator overloads just after they all manage to teleport back, destroying both brothers with the feedback.
Well, that's the final episode - or is it? Why, of course it is - after all, this one was the final episode broadcast on TV, on March 22, 1970. But I have something special for you:
The UNCUT AND UNAIRED VERSION OF THE PILOT EPISODE "The Crash", which contains some few more clips which didn't made it on the air, so if you like you may want to download it. I'll upload it later today! Stay tuned...