Land of the Lost (1974–1977)
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After stepping into a pylon, Will becomes invisible, so he uses his new gift to rescue Enik from the Sleestak.

Director:

Rick Bennewitz

Writers:

Jon Kubichan, Sid Krofft (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Wesley Eure ... Will Marshall
Kathy Coleman ... Holly Marshall
Phillip Paley ... Cha-Ka (as Philip Paley)
Ron Harper ... Uncle Jack
Walker Edmiston ... Enik / Wisdom
Jon Locke ... The Sleestack Leader
Bill Boyd Bill Boyd ... Sleestak
Cleveland Porter Cleveland Porter ... Sleestak
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Storyline

While Will, Enik and Cha-Ka are out together, Will and Enik get into a philosophical discussion about Enik living solely by logic, whereas Will tries to teach him the concept of compassion - doing things for others which may not be in one's own best interest, which to Enik is not logical. After they part company, Will investigates a pylon which he has never seen before, but that turns him invisible, something he is unaware of until he is told by Uncle Jack and Holly. Meanwhile, Enik has been kidnapped by the Sleestak, their act part of their new plan to get rid of the Marshalls and take back control of the Land of the Lost. When the Marshalls find out what has happened to Enik, Will, believing he can help Enik in his invisible state, decides, out of compassion, to try and free Enik from his captivity. The continuing debate between logic and compassion factors into what happens in Will's attempt to help Enik. Written by Huggo

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 September 1976 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (DVD)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Goofs

When Will exits the pylon, its key is missing. In the next shot, the key has returned. See more »

Quotes

Will Marshall: Now Enik, if you've been in the Land of the Lost that much longer than we have, you ought to know that not everything here is logical.
Enik: That is logical.
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Camptown Races
Written by Stephen Foster
Performed by Wesley Eure
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