I hadn't heard of Captain Z-Ro before I noticed a couple of episodes that turned up at the Internet Archive on sunday. I watched them this morning before going off to work. Nothing too great. The more interesting thing about the show is that it started as a locally produced show in San Francisco in 1951 and ran for three years. It got turned into a half hour syndicated show and 26 episodes were made. It ran on US TV until about 1960 and disappeared. Captain Z-Ro is a research explorer in time and space. That's what the show tells you right after they announce his name. He's a meddler. In the two episodes his sidekick stops the mutany on Christopher Columbus's ship and in the other episode he helps Attila the Hun. Lord knows what other time stream messing about he does in the other 24 episodes. The show is low budget but typical of the tv of the time. The two stories were fair but kind of dull. I can only imagine what the 15 minute shows must have been like. I wouldn't want to pay anyone for this show, it's just not worth it, and a couple of episodes are probably all I need.