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THE TIME TUNNEL: A HISTORY OF THE TELEVISION SERIES [Paperback]

Jr. Martin Grams
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30 Jun 2012
The Time Tunnel was by no means a superb product of Friday night entertainment. If the plot holes were not as large as the tunnel itself, viewers noticed the same props from Allen's other television programs popping up on the show. Fan boys to this day still debate whether the futuristic episodes involving space aliens were better than the historic adventures, but few would deny that Lee Meriwether made a lab coat look sexy. Meriwether herself recalled how the cast received letters from school teachers who used The Time Tunnel to stimulate interest in history in the classroom. This 546 page book documents the entire history of the program, the origin and conception of the series, why it never ran a second season, almost 200 never-before-published behind-the-scenes photographs, and a detailed episode guide including dates of production, music cues, episode budgets, salary costs, deleted scenes that were filmed, memories from cast and crew, bloopers, trivia and much more!

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  • Paperback: 546 pages
  • Publisher: BearManor Media (30 Jun 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1593932863
  • ISBN-13: 978-1593932862
  • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 15.2 x 2.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 416,947 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 100% excellent 21 Nov 2012
By Seaview
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This is a must have for fans rare pictures indept info much much more i was a bit wary of it at first, thinking it was anorher episode guide but i was wrong and glad to get it
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5.0 out of 5 stars Time Treat . 1 Sep 2014
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The book givwe an in-depth history of the series , as said by another buyer . It is more than an episode guide . I highly recommend it for fans of the series .
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Irwin Allen's Neglected Prodigy Rediscovered. 5 Aug 2012
By Jeff T. - Published on Amazon.com
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Finally a fully comprehensive, exacting and exhaustively researched in-depth written study on the Irwin Allen produced 1960s SF tv series THE TIME TUNNEL (ABC 1966-67) has been successfully realized making all (well-intended) previous efforts seem pathetically amateurish and superficially meager by critical comparison.

Martin Grams, Jr. an accomplished writer-historian-chronicler of such similar quality examinations once again excels with his remarkable accurate account of the genesis, development, consummation and an objective evaluation of a widely appreciated and renowned television classic that has still maintained tremendous global interest literal decades since its premature cancellation after just a single season on primetime network tv.

In addition to the most minute, intricate production details revealed for the very first time Martin further provides rare forgotten personal interviews-recollections, long out of the public scrutiny-memory for years, with some of the important instrumental prime movers who actually participated in the making of this most extraordinary entertainment-driven SF-premised television program.

This exceptional book is not just a factual-laden history of Irwin Allen and his lamented prodigy but a tangible testament-reminder of the bona fide Golden Age of Television when conspicuous imagination, creativity, inspiration, enthusiasm and unabashed talent were all wonderfully par-for-the-course on the what was once the most popular and influential mass communication medium in mid-1960s 20th Century society.

After having ravenously poured over Martin Grams, Jr.'s awe-inspiringly informative, profusely illustrated and thoroughly captivating text one can well understand and appreciate just why producer-creator Irwin Allen himself considered THE TIME TUNNEL tv series to be his all-time favourite crowning achievement. An enduring milestone in the annals of classic television that will always be fondly remembered and respectfully appreciated. This well-deserved lofty status will have been in no small part attributable to the indefatigable conscientiousness and dedication of literary authors like Martin Grams, Jr. who rightly merits our respectful appreciation for having benignly bestowed upon fans of THE TIME TUNNEL tv series such an invaluable documentation that will ultimately prove to be every bit as highly regarded as its subject.

Enthusiastically recommended to all!

Jeff T.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One Section Alone Makes It Worth The Price 18 Jun 2013
By John Carlton - Published on Amazon.com
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The holy grail of Time Tunnel is a sequence pictured in the ViewMaster release, and seen briefly in Producer Irwin Allen's home movies where the time travelers are in the tunnel with jungle growth, and which was rumored to be an alternate ending for the first episode. Well this book has the script for that scene, along with the production number and how much it cost to shoot it. That alone makes the book worth having. Add to that a number of never before published pictures (including shots of the empty soundstage Allen took to see if it would be good for the tunnel set) and you have some idea of the scope of this book.

Highly recommended.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars First Really Serious Book on the Series 16 Dec 2012
By J. Hill - Published on Amazon.com
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I wanted this book in order to get some more information about the series that I remembered as a kid and waited patiently to be able to see again through the blessings of DVD video. The only thing I would have wanted to see more of was an analysis of the way time is viewed as the basis for time travel. This book is full of trivia information. I recommend it to Irwin Allen and Time Tunnel fanatics like myself.
4.0 out of 5 stars Tedious Reading...But Truly the Ultimate Book About the Show 22 July 2014
By Lee Goldberg - Published on Amazon.com
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It’s massive book (nearly 600 pages) about a TV failure (it lasted a single season) that’s packed with lots of interesting information…about Irwin Allen and his other shows and about the TV landscape in the late 1960s. Everything you could possibly want to know about Time Tunnel is here, from the original pitch to information on all of Allen’s attempts to do another time travel series after it was cancelled, from the number of pages shot on a particular day to the cost of individual props, from the notes from ABC censors on each script to lists of the stock music cues in each episode, from exhaustively detailed synopses of each of broadcast episode to detailed descriptions of the episodes that weren’t shot. There’s almost too much stuff. It’s as if Grams decided he had to put every single fact that came across his desk into the book just because he had them. The upside is that there’s something for everybody here, whether your interest is in TV production accounting or screenwriting. The downside is that it makes for tedious reading, even if you are really into the show or into TV history.
5.0 out of 5 stars The TIme Tunnel 7 Oct 2013
By Thomas L. Canfield - Published on Amazon.com
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A terrific book on a little appreciated TV show. It was a shame it only lasted one season. It had so much potential in the science fiction realm.
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