Season 1, Episode 6
|Airdate||October 13th, 1977|
|Director||Virgil W. Vogel|
|Producer||Herman Miller; Herbert F. Solow|
|Starring||Patrick Duffy; Belinda Montgomery; Alan Fudge|
|Next||"The Hawk of Mu"|
"The Mudworm" is the sixth episode of the 1977-1978 television series Man from Atlantis. It is the second regular episode of the series discounting the first four pilot movies. It was directed by Virgil W. Vogel and written by Alan Caillou. It first aired on NBC on Thursday, October 13th, 1977.
Principal Cast Edit
|Patrick Duffy||Mark Harris|
|Belinda Montgomery||Doctor Elizabeth Merrill|
|Alan Fudge||C.W. Crawford|
Guest Stars Edit
|Victor Buono||Doctor Schubert|
|Jean Marie Hon||Jane|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Victor Buono is given a "Special appearance by..." credit in this episode.
- This is the second appearance of Victor Buono as Mister Schubert though he is called Doctor Schubert in this episode. He previously appeared in the series' pilot episode. He appears next in "The Hawk of Mu".
- This is the second appearance of Jane. She appears next in "The Hawk of Mu".
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