Time Tunnel

Visitors From Beyond the Stars - S1-E18

Factual error: The aliens show Doug and Tony the planet they plan to invade - Earth, of course. But the special effects department forgot to give poor old Earth any clouds. (There are clouds over more than 70% of our planet at any given time.) When they go down to the surface, though, there are plenty of clouds in the sky.


Jean G

Merlin the Magician - S1-E27

Factual error: Wogan the Viking probably shouldn't laugh quite so enthusiastically. When he does, several of his very 20th Century gold fillings are visible.


Jean G

Chase Through Time - S1-E24

Factual error: Doug and Tony time travel to one million years B.C., where they encounter dinosaurs. Not likely. All the dinosaurs were rendered extinct several million years earlier by an asteroid strike. There weren't any left by 1-million BC.


Jean G

Invasion - S1-E15

Factual error: Right at the start of the episode there is a sign visible on the side of a building that shows the German word "Warenhaus." This is a wrong translation of the English word "warehouse." The correct German word should be "Lagerhaus."

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When Tony talks to captain of Titanic he states he was born in 1938, but in episode 4 "The Day The Sky Fell In" it is December 1941, he should be 3 years old, but as a young child he is about 12 years old.



Throughout the series, many shots of the extensive time tunnel project are actually "borrowed" footage of the Krell laboratory complex from the 1956 film Forbidden Planet.