Season 1, Episode 5/9
|Airdate||November 1st, 1977|
|Producer||Herbert F. Solow; Herman Miller|
|Starring||Patrick Duffy; Belinda Montgomery; Alan Fudge|
|Next||"Shoot-Out at Land's End"|
"Man O'War" is the ninth episode of the 1977-1978 television series Man from Atlantis. It is the fifth regular episode of the series discounting the first four pilot movies. It was directed by Michael O'Herlihy and written by Larry Alexander. It first aired on NBC on Thursday, November 1st, 1977.
Principal Cast Edit
|Patrick Duffy||Mark Harris|
|Belinda Montgomery||Doctor Elizabeth Merrill|
|Alan Fudge||C.W. Crawford|
Guest Stars Edit
|Victor Buono||Mister Schubert|
|Gary Owens||Blaise Mullen|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Actor Victor Buono is given a "Special appearance by..." credit in this episode.
- This is the first episode of Man from Atlantis written by Larry Alexander. He writes three episodes of the series in total.
- This is the fifth appearance of actor Victor Buono in the role of Mister Schubert. He appeared last in "The Hawk of Mu".
- This is the fourth and final appearance of actor Robert Lussier in the role of Brent. He appeared last in "The Hawk of Mu".
- This is the eighth appearance of actor Anson Downes in the role of the airlock officer.
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