The adventures of a six-inch-tall American spy.






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Complete series cast summary:
 Mel Hunter (5 episodes, 1959)
 Bill Winters (3 episodes, 1959)


Marshal Thompson plays a secret agent that is approximately 6 inches tall. He is carried around from one mission to another in a briefcase with a small chair inside. Written by Mark Ford <>

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Release Date:

5 September 1959 (USA)  »

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W.O.G.  »

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(13 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Mel Hunter: Bill Winters. Good old Bill. Without him, I didn't want to think what life would be like without Bill. Even *with* Bill, I'd never be safe, no matter where I am. Things most people wouldn't notice could mean death to me.
[a pencil on Winters' desk rolls off, nearly crushing the six-inch tall Hunter]
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hello little man
20 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

From a child's point of view, I loved this show. I have very few memories of the actual episodes but instead, like other reviewers, have little memory flashes of individual scenes. I recall one of the opening credit scenes being an iron falling off of an ironing board. I too recall the falling pitcher of water. If I am not mistaken, the chair that Mel Hunter sat in when he was carried to his mission inside a briefcase was actually a jet fighter seat. If anyone questioned his partner on why there was this seat in the briefcase, the cover story was that he was a military contractor and this seat was a sample display of his company's product. I recall an episode where Mel was under a roulette table that was wired to cheat people out of their money. He took a piece of metal (a paper clip, I think) and shorted out a wire in order to foil the criminals. There was another episode where he was outside in the bushes and in order to signal his full sized partner he used a bottle cap to reflect the sunlight into his partner's eyes. Ha, that's all I have!! 2 memories. I thought I had a third, but because of the other comments, I now feel I was mistaken. I had remembered that he lived inside a record player, not behind a painting. When the lid of the record player was lifted, the view looking down was of an entire apartment without a ceiling. I have a feeling that I am mixing up memories of reenacting story lines with my toy soldiers with the actual show itself.

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