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"Giant" is the eighth episode of the 1977-1978 television series Man from Atlantis. It is the fourth regular episode of the series discounting the first four pilot movies. It was directed by Richard Benedict and written by Michael I. Wagner. It first aired on NBC on Thursday, October 25th, 1977. In this episode, Mark Harris must investigate a series of fissures that have opened up beneath the sea. His journey leads him to a mysterious world occupied by giants on the other side of the fissure. Mark's guide in this endeavor is a con artist named Jack Muldoon who uses Mark's skills to help him steal gold from the giants.

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  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who plays Thark, is a professional basketball player best known for playing for the Milwaukee Bucks and later the Los Angeles Lakers where he became the all-time leading point scorer in the NBA.
  • First appearance of Jack Muldoon. He appears next in episode 1.14, "Scavenger Hunt".

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