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  1. Xfinity TCM On Demand showed 10 of the 12 episodes of "Lost City of the Jungle" then stopped. Inquiries failed to gain info. It's corny, but I enjoyed the program. Russell Hayden in a tropical white suit, Lionel Atwill's last role, Keye Luke rescuer of our hero. Is there any chance of seeing episodes #11 and #12? https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0038703/?ref_=nv_sr_1?ref_=nv_sr_1
  2. From the late 1950's to mid-1960's, I watched Captain Satellite, a local kids' TV after-school program, with studio audience kids onstage watching serials along with us at home. One serial involved time travel in what looked like a diving bell, as I recall, and featured at least one kid along with maybe a professor-type (?) back through the ages - through American history and maybe medieval history - I'm not remembering this part well - but the standout was two episodes: one back to the age of dinosaurs, and the final episode, back to the Creation. There was a huge flash of light and God was not actually shown, but there was stentorian narration at that point, after which I believe that the time travel machine took the travelers back to the present. Would anybody know this serial? I'm unsure about its date, probably the 1950's or even 1940's. It was b/w.

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