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Season: 1 | 2
Year: 1967 | 1968

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 0: Beachhead

10 January 1967
An architect's close encounter with a spaceship leads him to investigate a small town's hydroelectric plant.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Diane Baker ... Kathy Adams

J.D. Cannon ... Police Lt. Ben Holman

James Daly ... Alan Landers

John Milford ... Sheriff Lou Carver

Ellen Corby ... Aunt Sara
Skip Ward ... John Brandon (as James Ward)

Bonnie Beecher ... Mrs. Brandon

Vaughn Taylor ... Kemper
Mary Jackson ... Nurse
Shep Houghton ... Executive (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Townsman (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Doctor (uncredited)

Tom Steele ... Workman (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Executive (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: The Experiment

17 January 1967
David Vincent meets with an eminent astrophysicist who has proof that aliens are invading the planet.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Roddy McDowall ... Lloyd Lindstrom

Laurence Naismith ... Professor Curtis Lindstrom

Harold Gould ... Dr. Paul Mailer

Dabbs Greer ... The Minister

Lawrence Montaigne ... First Man

Willard Sage ... Lieutenant James
Stuart Lancaster ... Superintendent
Jackie Kendall ... Proprietress
Roy N. Sickner ... Cab Driver (as Roy Sickner)
Mel Gallagher ... Male Nurse
John Ward ... Trooper - Sergeant

Soon-Tek Oh ... Houseboy (as Soon Taik Oh)
Sig Frohlich ... Passenger (uncredited)
Max Kleven ... Alien (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Passenger (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Jason Wingreen ... Reporter (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Mutation

24 January 1967
In a border town, David Vincent meets a stripper who claims to have seen something strange in the desert.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Edward Andrews ... Mark Evans

Lin McCarthy ... USAF Intelligence Officer Fellows

Suzanne Pleshette ... Vikki

Roy Jenson ... Alien #1
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Miguel (as Rodolfo Hoyos)

Val Avery ... Manager

Argentina Brunetti ... Luz
William Stevens ... Cobbs
Tina Menard ... Mama
Tony Davis ... Boy
Roberto Contreras ... Guide #1
Pepe Callahan ... Guide #2
Ted Gehring ... Cab Driver
Pedro Regas ... Beggar
Max Kleven ... Alien (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Pool Player (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Leeches

31 January 1967
David Vincent meets with the president of an electronics company, a man who believes aliens have kidnapped various heads of their fields and are planning to kidnap him as well.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Peter Mark Richman ... Tom Wiley (as Mark Richman)

Diana Van der Vlis ... Eve Doneghan (as Diana van der Vlis)

Arthur Hill ... Warren Doneghan

Robert H. Harris ... Bill Hastings
Theodore Marcuse ... Dr. Noel Markham (as Theo Marcuse)

Peter Brocco ... Prof. Arthur Millington
Noah Keen ... Psychiatrist

William Wintersole ... Alien in Charge
Hank Brandt ... Man
Ray Kellogg ... Guard
Craig Chudy ... Alien (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Alien (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Genesis

7 February 1967
David Vincent discovers the aliens have taken over a sea lab for sinister purposes.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

John Larch ... Lt. Greg Lucather
Carol Eve Rossen ... Selene Lowell (as Carol Rossen)

Frank Overton ... Dr. Grayson
Louise Latham ... Joan Corman
Tim McIntire ... Steve Gibbs
William Sargent ... Dr. Ken Harrison

Jonathan Goldsmith ... Kevin Ryan (as Jonathan Lippe)
James Devine ... Jimmy
Dallas Mitchell ... Andy

Bill Erwin ... Manager
Danni Sue Nolan ... Nurse (as Dani Nolan)
Phillip Pine ... Police Sgt. Hal Corman (as Phillip E. Pine)

Bill Hickman ... Patrolman (uncredited)
Guy Way ... Lab Worker (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Vikor

14 February 1967
David Vincent, using an assumed name, gets a job as a chauffeur in order to infiltrate a manufacturing plant and find proof of alien activity.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Jack Lord ... George Vikor

Alfred Ryder ... Mr. Nexus

Diana Hyland ... Sherri Vikor
Richard O'Brien ... Police Sergeant

Sam Edwards ... Hank
Joe Di Reda ... Phil (as Joe di Reda)
Hal Baylor ... Guard #1
Larry Duran ... Houseboy
Max Kleven ... Guard #2
Craig Chudy ... Alien (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Nightmare

21 February 1967
David Vincent visits a small Kansas town, resentful of strangers, and uncovers an alien plot to control locusts and other insects.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent
Kathleen Widdoes ... Ellen Woods

Robert Emhardt ... Oliver Ames

Jeanette Nolan ... Miss Havergill

James T. Callahan ... Ed Gidney (as James Callahan)
William Bramley ... Constable Ned Gabbard
Irene Tedrow ... Clare Lapham
Nellie Burt ... Lena Lapham
Logan Field ... Carl Gidney
John Harmon ... Cook

Wayne Heffley ... Deputy Jim Walton

William Challee ... Ira Danielson
Jim Halferty ... Fred Danielson
Carey Loftin ... Deputy Henry 'Hank' Braden
Craig Chudy ... Ed's Friend (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Doomsday Minus One

28 February 1967
The aliens plan to explode an anti-matter bomb in Utah during a nuclear test.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

William Windom ... Major Rick Graves

Andrew Duggan ... General Theodore Beaumont

Wesley Addy ... Tomkins
Robert Osterloh ... Carl Wyeth
Lee Farr ... Justice Department Agent
Tom Palmer ... Charlie Spence
Lew Brown ... Non Com in Charge
K.L. Smith ... Guard #1
Rick Murray ... Parking Attendant
Don Kennedy ... Guard #2
David Armstrong ... M.P. (as Dave Armstrong)

Ron Nyman ... Bartender / Alien (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Quantity: Unknown

7 March 1967
A strange, metallic cylinder is stored at a laboratory, waiting to be tested. It belongs to the aliens, and they are willing to kill in order to get it back.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

James Whitmore ... Harry Swain

William Talman ... Colonel Frank Griffith
Milton Selzer ... A.J. Richards

Susan Strasberg ... Diane Oberly

Barney Phillips ... Walt Anson
Douglas Henderson ... Lieutenant Farley

Ernest Sarracino ... Leo Rinaldi
Byron Keith ... Air Crash Investigator
Michael Harris ... Mail Truck Driver
Raymond Guth ... Guard #2
Mel Ruick ... Minister (as Melville Ruick)
Ron Doyle ... Rescuer
Craig Chudy ... Highway Patrolman Alien (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Innocent

14 March 1967
The aliens take David Vincent up into their spaceship and then attempt to prove they have nothing but peaceful intentions by showing him what they've done to a desert valley. But all is not what it seems.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

William Smithers ... Nat Greely
Patricia Smith ... Edna Greely

Katherine Justice ... Helen

Michael Rennie ... Magnus

Dabney Coleman ... Capt. Mitchell Ross
Robert Doyle ... Sgt. Walter Ruddell

Frank Marth ... Calvin Adams

Paul Carr ... Billy Stearns
Johnny Jensen ... Young Nat Greely

Harry Lauter ... Ed Poole
Erik Holland ... MP Alien

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Ivy Curtain

21 March 1967
A school in New Mexico is really a front for an alien indoctrination center. The head of the school offers a pilot a lot of money to smuggle in its otherworldly students.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Jack Warden ... Barney Cahill

Susan Oliver ... Stacy

David Sheiner ... Mr. William Burns

Murray Matheson ... Dr. Reynard

Barry Russo ... Detective Lt. Alvarado
Clarke Gordon ... Mr. Nova (as Clark Gordon)

Byron Morrow ... Gilbert
Paul Pepper ... Dispatcher
Jacqueline Mayo ... Sobbing Woman
John Napier ... Alien #1
Ted Markland ... Male Alien
Laurie Mock ... Female Alien

Garth Pillsbury ... Intern
Bud Perkins ... Bartender
Norman Stevans ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Betrayed

28 March 1967
David Vincent steals a computer tape in order to expose alien activity on Houston oil fields.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent
Laura Devon ... Susan Carver

Nancy Wickwire ... Evelyn Bowers

Norman Fell ... Neal Taft

Ed Begley ... Simon Carver
Bill Fletcher ... First Alien
Victor Brandt ... Joey Taft
Ivan Bonar ... Older Alien
Joel Fluellen ... Butler Henry
Gilchrist Stuart ... Waiter (as Gil Stuart)
Garrison True ... Young Doctor
Ron Stokes ... Alien at Controls
Max Kleven ... Third Alien

Don Anderson ... Alien (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Waiter (uncredited)
Tom McDonough ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Norman Stevans ... Commuter at Airport (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Storm

4 April 1967
A mysterious hurricane strikes, sparing only a small Florida town. That draws David's attention, and he soon discovers a nest of aliens there, determined to use the weather against humanity. Their boat creates and controls the storm, but what controls the boat? David must find that control center before the aliens use their storm to wreck the entire eastern seaboard. He's hampered by an injury, and a clever alien who turns his benefactor Father Corelli against him.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Joseph Campanella ... Father Joe Corelli

BarBara Luna ... Lisa (as Barbara Luna)

Dean Harens ... Dr. Wally MacLeuen
Carlos Romero ... Luis Perez
Simon Scott ... Dr. Ed Gantley / Prof. Malcolm Gantley
John McLiam ... Hotel Clerk
Paul Comi ... Danny - Sheriff

Edward Faulkner ... Alien #1
Allen Emerson ... Organist
John Mayo ... Weatherman

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Panic

11 April 1967
Nick Baxter's an invader, and his touch proves lethal: he's developed an illness which promises a slow death for him, but a very rapid death by freezing for any organism he touches. David tracks him down, but others of his kind are also interested in finding him. Baxter wants to reach a ship so he can get medical help, but he's convinced those hunting him want him dead. David's success may depend on convincing someone who's turned his back on humanity, to find in himself the desire to help others.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Robert Walker Jr. ... Nick Baxter (as Robert Walker)

Lynn Loring ... Madeline Flagg

R.G. Armstrong ... Gus Flagg

Len Wayland ... Deputy Wallace

Ross Hagen ... Jorden

Ford Rainey ... Dr. George Grundy
Rayford Barnes ... Alien Deputy
Robert Sorrells ... Ned - Gas Station Attendant
Joseph V. Perry ... Joe Bagely (as Joseph Perry)

Helen Kleeb ... Molly - Curio Shop Owner

Don Eitner ... Webster
Don Ross ... Ed Larson
Mercedes Shirley ... Woman Attendant
Ralph Thomas ... Deputy in Charge
Albert Cavens ... Reporter (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady ... Reporter (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Moonshot

18 April 1967
David is drawn into the space program by a series of coincidences that convince him of alien involvement. But why do the aliens want to put one of their own on a manned mission? Surely they can get to space whenever they need to. The answer may lie in the meaning of some photographs taken by an unmanned probe. Photographs that reveal some disturbingly regular objects on the moon's surface.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Peter Graves ... Sgt. Gavin Lewis

Joanne Linville ... Angela Smith

John Ericson ... Cmdr. Hardy Smith

Kent Smith ... Stan Arthur

Anthony Eisley ... Lt. Col. Tony LaCava

Richard X. Slattery ... Riley

Paul Lukather ... Deputy Correll

Strother Martin ... Charlie Coogan

John Lupton ... Maj. Clifford Banks
Robert Knapp ... Lt. Col. Howell

Ross Elliott ... PIO McNally
John Carter ... Owens - Alien
Charles McDaniel ... Roberts (as Charles A. McDaniel)
Steve Cory ... Attendant
Morgan Jones ... First Reporter
Lee Millar ... Second Reporter
Bob Duggan ... Third Reporter
Ollie O'Toole ... Fourth Reporter
Steve Ferry ... Technician

George Hoagland ... Security Guard (uncredited)
Tom McDonough ... Guard (uncredited)
Jerry Rush ... Reporter (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Photo Reporter (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Commuter (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Wall of Crystal

2 May 1967
Bill and his new bride are so happy to be married, their antics cause Bill to lose control of the car. They run a truck off the road, and its driver staggers from the vehicle, falls, glows red and vanishes! Then the young couple suffocates - outside! It's all part of a scheme run by the alien Taugus, and it draws in David's brother Bob, Bob's wife Grace, and crusading newsman Theodore Booth. David has finally managed to convince both his brother and someone able to get the word out that he may be telling the truth about the alien invasion - but is it just in time to see the entire human population choking for air on their own planet?

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Linden Chiles ... Dr. Robert A. 'Bob' Vincent

Julie Sommars ... Grace Vincent

Edward Asner ... Taugus

Burgess Meredith ... Theodore Booth
Lloyd Gough ... Joe McMullen

Russ Conway ... Lt. Harding
Jerry Ayres ... Bill - Groom

Peggy Lipton ... Bride
Mary Lou Taylor ... Mrs. Endicott
Karen Norris ... Ann Johnson
Ray Kellogg ... Policeman
Fred Waugh ... Alien Guard
David Armstrong ... Cameraman (uncredited)
Max Kleven ... Alien Guard (uncredited)
Ervin Richardson ... Harry - Lab Scientist (uncredited)
Sammy Shack ... Taxi Driver (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Condemned

9 May 1967
Pressed for cash, Morgan Tate leased a large portion of his plant to Lewis Dunn a year earlier. Now, Tate has discovered that Dunn is not what he appears to be, and that the plant is now a front for a communications center. Tate has managed to seize and hide a file named "Command Roster One" and the aliens are desperate to recover it. They bring in Tate's estranged daughter Carol to pressure the man, but with David Vincent's help, Tate may manage to save his daughter and recover the hidden file. If he can, it would be a terrible setback for the invaders.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Ralph Bellamy ... Morgan Tate

Marlyn Mason ... Carol Tate

Murray Hamilton ... Lewis Dunn

Larry Ward ... Detective Carter
John S. Ragin ... John Finney (as John Ragin)
Wright King ... Ed Tonkin
Garry Walberg ... Detective Reagan
Harlan Warde ... Ed Peterson

Paul Bryar ... DA J.O. Brock
Kevin Burchett ... Paul
Gordon Wescourt ... Joey
Geoffrey Deuel ... Teenager
Debi Storm ... Victoria

Seymour Cassel ... Driver

Stuart Nisbet ... Coroner
Craig Chudy ... Alien Shooting Morgan Tate's Car (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: Condition: Red

5 September 1967
Major Dan Keller works for NORAD, in the computer control section. There, he programs complex machinery that watches the skies, constantly. The aliens need a window to bring in a great many saucers, so that they may establish a base on a remote island. To do that, they place one of their own as Dan Keller's new wife Laurie. She hypnotises Dan into replacing a crucial programming tape with one the aliens have prepared - one which will instruct NORAD's systems to ignore certain images.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Antoinette Bower ... Laurie Keller

Jason Evers ... Maj. Dan Keller

Mort Mills ... Mr. Arius
Simon Scott ... Maj. Pete Stanhope
Forrest Compton ... Capt. Chester Albertson
Robert Brubaker ... Gen. Winters
Burt Douglas ... Capt. Burt Connors

Roy Engel ... Dr. Frederick Rogers
Robert Hitchcock ... Mission Control Officer (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Mission Control Officer (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Military Officer (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady ... Mission Control Officer (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Alien (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Saucer

12 September 1967
Vincent drives a blue Mustang fastback. Its license plate number is GJ4-602.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Anne Francis ... Annie Rhodes

Charles Drake ... Robert Morrison

Dabney Coleman ... John Carter

Sandy Kenyon ... Alien Leader

Kelly Thordsen ... Police Chief Sam Thorne
Robert Knapp ... Congressman Joe Bonning
John Ward ... Alien Pilot
Glenn Bradley ... Doctor
Tina Menard ... Maid

Christopher Shea ... Boy - Jimmy
Dick Cherney ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Robert Dulaine ... Attendant (uncredited)

Ron Nyman ... Alien (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Watchers

19 September 1967
Paul Cook is an electronics genius with an aversion to people. He is also the man several generals are coming to meet, because he can analyze the nation's defenses and suggest ways to correct their flaws. But beings from an alien would would also like a look at those defenses, and they have devised a plan that takes advantage of Cook's reclusive nature. If David Vincent cannot stop them, they will get that information, and use it to advance their invasion timetable!

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Shirley Knight ... Margaret Cook

Kevin McCarthy ... Paul Cook

Leonard Stone ... Ramsey
Robert Yuro ... Simms

Walter Brooke ... Danvers
Harry Hickox ... Bowman

John Zaremba ... General

James Seay ... Grayson
Paul Sorensen ... Alien #1
Marlowe Jensen ... Alien #2
Dick Cherney ... Waiter (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Attache (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Valley of the Shadow

26 September 1967
A series of mischances leads an alien to kill a human doctor, and get arrested in the small town of Carterville, Wyoming. His alien friends bungle his rescue, and the entire town sees him go up in red flames! Now, the entire town understands that aliens have come to Earth. And the aliens are desperate to keep that knowledge from spreading - so desperate that when David Vincent finds out what they plan to do, he desperately tries to strike a deal with them to stop it. If he fails, the town of Carterville may find itself under water - a lot of water.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Nan Martin ... Dr. Maria McKinley

Harry Townes ... Will Hale
Ron Hayes ... Sheriff Gordon Clements
Joe Maross ... Alien Capt. Taft

Mark Roberts ... Dr. Sam Larousse
Robert Sorrells ... Deputy Jim

Ted Knight ... Alien Air Force Major McEvoy
Hank Brandt ... Joe Manners

Don Eitner ... Townsman
Jon Lormer ... Minister

James Sikking ... Human Capt. William Taft

Wayne Heffley ... Sergeant #2
Claudia Bryar ... Townswoman

Phil Chambers ... Townsman
Jimmy Hayes ... Brother
Richard Gardner ... Townsman

Kenner G. Kemp ... Townsman (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Spainard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Enemy

3 October 1967
An alien saucer crashes in the Utah foothills. Reports of its fiery demise draw David Vincent, even after flyovers by Air Force jets failed to locate the site of the mysterious fireball. Vincent soon discovers Gale Frazer, who has helped the craft's only survivor, Blake. Frazer, sick of war after serving in Vietnam, believes Blake's people are peaceful. David must gain her trust and convince her that Blake's mission is not peaceful. That is complicated by the arrival of Sawyer and Lavin, who have come to collect the box Blake's craft brought to Earth.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Barbara Barrie ... Gale Frazer

Richard Anderson ... Blake

Paul Mantee ... Deputy Vern Hammond
Gene Lyons ... Sawyer
Russell Thorson ... Sheriff
George Keymas ... Lavin

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: The Trial

10 October 1967
David's friend Charlie Gilman stands accused of murdering Fred Wilk, and district attorney Slater is determined to convict. But David knows that Wilk was an invader - and if necessary, he'll use that defense. Then David comes to suspect that Slater himself is an invader. He sets a man to researching Wilk's background, and the man turns up evidence that part of that background was faked - and then suffers a mysterious cerebral hemorrhage before he can reveal that evidence...

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Don Gordon ... Charlie Gilman

Russell Johnson ... James Bernard

Harold Gould ... Allen Slater

Lynda Day George ... Janet Wilk (as Lynda Day)

Malcolm Atterbury ... Judge Simonson
Bill Zuckert ... Sgt. Bert Wisnovsky
James McCallion ... Brennan
Selette Cole ... Miss Cole
John Rayner ... Fred Wilk

Jason Wingreen ... Court Clerk

Richard Hale ... Fred Wilk Sr.
Amy Douglass ... Mrs. Wilk
Sid McCoy ... John Lovell

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: The Spores

17 October 1967
Courier Tom Jessup loses track of a briefcase containing something vital: spores. These organisms, properly nourished, will grow into aliens able to tolerate Earth's high oxygen content. Through mischance, Jessup loses track of the briefcase, which changes hands several times. Finally, some kids wind up with it, and meanwhile inside it the spores continue to grow, and outside it, Jessup is increasingly desperate.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Gene Hackman ... Tom Jessup

Mark Miller ... Jack Palay
Patricia Smith ... Sally Palay

John Randolph ... Police Sgt. Ernie Goldhaver

Wayne Rogers ... Police Lt. John Mattson

James Gammon ... Hal
Judee Morton ... Mavis

Kevin Coughlin ... Roy
Noam Pitlik ... Jerry Burns
Vince Howard ... Frank
Norma Connolly ... Waitress
Joel Davison ... Earl Garber
Brian Nash ... Mike
Stephen Liss ... Archie
Christine Matchett ... Elizabeth Garber (as Christie Matchett)
Tony Regan ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Dark Outpost

24 October 1967
David sneaks aboard a saucer - and is knocked unconscious by the force of takeoff. When he awakens, he discovers that he is very near an alien base. With a professor and several students, Vincent discovers that the base is an alien hospital. Stealing a crucial piece of the healing machinery, Vincent goes on the run. But the aliens catch him and the students, and pressure them to return the key component. But they'll have trouble doing that...

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Andrew Prine ... Vern Corbett

Dawn Wells ... Eileen Brown
Tim McIntire ... Hal

Tom Lowell ... Steve
William Sargent ... Dr. John Devin

Kelly Jean Peters ... Nicole

Whit Bissell ... Col. Harris
Susan Davis ... Mrs. James
William Stevens ... Sergeant

William Wintersole ... Carr
Bard Stevens ... Ambulance Driver

Walter Reed ... Major

Sam Edwards ... Thatcher
Bud Cokes ... Alien (uncredited)
Robert Dulaine ... Alien (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Alien (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Alien (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Summit Meeting: Part I

31 October 1967
Industrialist Michael Tressider all but kidnaps David from a job site. Tressider has learned of an upcoming summit that many world leaders will attend. They'll discuss rising levels of radiation that threaten all life on earth. There is only one place where the radiation is normal - the site of the summit, Premier Thor Halvorsen's country. David soon finds himself up to his neck in invaders, including one who informs him what the real purpose of the summit is - and promises to help him!

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

William Windom ... Michael Tressider

Eduard Franz ... Premier Thor Halvorsen

Michael Rennie ... Vice Chancellor Pierre Alquist

Diana Hyland ... Ellie Markham

Ford Rainey ... General Jonathan Blaine

Martin West ... Lieutenant

Ian Wolfe ... Secretary Knute Rosmundson

Ben Wright ... Emissary

Peter Hobbs ... Colonel

Ross Elliott ... Hotel Detective
Vic Perrin ... Hypnotist Alien
William Boyett ... Tressider's Man
Don Lamond ... Newsman

Victoria Hale ... Hippie
David Armstrong ... Man #2 (as Dave Armstrong)
Ralph Brooks ... Tourist (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Alien (uncredited)
Alphonso DuBois ... Passerby (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Military Officer (uncredited)

Philo McCullough ... Passerby (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Alien (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Alien (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Summit Meeting: Part II

7 November 1967
David has learned from an alien that the purpose of the summit is to murder all of Earth's most important leaders. But he cannot convince Thor Halvorsen of this. Halvorsen knows the aliens are here, but believes their mission is peaceful. They have offered "AR-5" as a solution to rising radiation levels. David and Michael Tressider manage to steal an alien timetable that describes how they will move to take control of the world once the summit attendees are dead - but the aliens want it back, and there are quite a few of them between David and Halvorsen.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

William Windom ... Michael Tressider

Eduard Franz ... Premier Thor Halvorsen

Michael Rennie ... Vice Chancellor Pierre Alquist

Diana Hyland ... Ellie Markham
Richard Eastham ... Carl Vanders
Jay Lanin ... Alquist's Aide
Lew Brown ... Aide
Hank Simms ... Journalist No. 1
Troy Melton ... Journalist No. 2
Albert Carrier ... Frenchman
Lee Farr
Morgan Jones ... Guard
John Mayo ... Alien
Don Ross ... Reporter
Paul Bradley ... Summit Attendee (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks ... Photographer (uncredited)

Spencer Chan ... Summit Attendee (uncredited)
Alphonso DuBois ... Summit Attendee (uncredited)

Dan Frazer ... Reporter (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... General (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Summit Attendee (uncredited)
Lex Johnson ... EURAC Information Officer (uncredited)
Paul King ... Summit Attendee (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Summit Attendee (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady ... Photographer (uncredited)
Hal Riddle ... Man (uncredited)
Clark Ross ... Summit Attendee (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Summit Attendee (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Summit Attendee (uncredited)
Gilchrist Stuart ... Reporter (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Summit Attendee (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Prophet

14 November 1967
Brother Avery has seen the light of a heavenly host. They are coming, and they will bring peace. At the end of each of his services, the red glow that surrounds him reveals the divinity that inspires him! But David Vincent knows that this glow actually signifies that Avery is an alien who needs to regenerate. David's trouble is figuring out how to prove it when Avery is surrounded at all times by fanatics - not all of whom are human. The key may lie in Now magazine writer Bill Shay, if David can trust him with the truth.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Pat Hingle ... Brother Avery

Zina Bethune ... Sister Claire

Roger Perry ... Bill Shay
Richard O'Brien ... Brother John
Byron Keith ... Brother James

Dan Frazer ... Reporter
Ray Kellogg ... Guard
Albert Cavens ... Follower (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Observer Outside Building (uncredited)
Alphonso DuBois ... Follower (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Security Guard (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Labyrinth

21 November 1967
David manages to subdue an alien, and takes him to a doctor. The X-Rays reveal an internal structure unlike anything on Earth. David has proof he can take to a project that investigates the possibility of extraterrestrial contact. He offers the X-Rays to project director Dr. Sam Crowell, but then the wife of the doctor who took them recants, claiming the X-Rays David offered the researchers are fakes! Someone has pressured her - and someone close to the project - Crowell's own daughter - is acting strangely suspicious.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Sally Kellerman ... Laura Crowell

James T. Callahan ... Dr. Harry Mills (as James Callahan)

Ed Begley ... Dr. Samuel Crowell

Virginia Christine ... Mrs. Thorne

Ed Peck ... Darrow
Martin Blaine ... Argyle
E.J. André ... Dr. Henry Thorne (as E.J. Andre)

John Zaremba ... Professor Ed Harrison

Bill Quinn ... Police Lieutenant Eaton (as William Quinn)
Barbara Dodd ... Miss Fox
William Sumper ... Cab Driver

Wilhelm von Homburg ... Alien Patient
Benjie Bancroft ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Pedestrian (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Captive

28 November 1967
Wesley Sanders breaks into the embassy of a foreign power to steal troop movement data. But he fails to disarm the security and gets caught. Examining him, Dr. Serret notices some strange signs, and recalls reading about David Vincent, who might be able to answer her questions. David is interested, but clever misdirection allow Sanders and his allies to pit David and the United States interests against those of the foreign power. The aliens are willing to destroy the embassy to keep Sanders from talking, even knowing that this may precipitate an atomic war! David finds himself forced to help the aliens.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Dana Wynter ... Dr. Katherina Serret

Don Dubbins ... Wesley J. Sanders

Fritz Weaver ... Deputy Ambassador Peter Borke

Lawrence Dane ... Josef Dansk
Douglas Henderson ... Martin
Jock Gaynor ... Conner
Tom Palmer ... Dorian

Peter Coe ... Leo
Dallas Mitchell ... Jim Rogers
Robert Patten ... Murphy
Alex Rodine ... Guard

Chuck Hamilton ... Guard (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: The Believers

5 December 1967
David Vincent has finally connected with several others who know the invaders are here, including industrialist Edgar Scoville. But immediately following a meeting, David and three of the Believers are ambushed. David is captured and his friends killed. But when he proves invulnerable to hypnosis, the aliens devise a new scheme to enlist David's unwitting aid in tracking down and murdering the rest of the Believers.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Carol Lynley ... Elyse Reynolds

Anthony Eisley ... Bob Torin
Donald Davis ... Harland

Kent Smith ... Edgar Scoville

Rhys Williams ... Professor Hellman
Than Wyenn ... Torberg
Maura McGiveney ... Mary Torin
Richard Karlan ... Charles Roselli

Byron Morrow ... Col. Newcomb
Hal Baylor ... Friendly Guard
Kathleen Larkin ... Lt. Sally Harper
Mark Tapscott ... Guard
Warren Parker ... Arthur Singeiser
Allen Emerson ... Library Alien
Ed Long ... Corridor Guard

Eddie Barth ... Cab Driver (as Ed Barth)
Tim Burns ... Student
Robert Dulaine ... Alien Assassin (uncredited)
Robert Hitchcock ... Believer (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Alien in Car (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Believer (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: The Ransom

12 December 1967
David and Edgar intercept an alien en route to a regeneration station, and discover that he is a leader, a powerful figure in the alien hierarchy! But without regeneration he will not last the length of a trip to Washington. And, his people manage to surround David and trap him in a small cabin, the home of poet Cyrus Stone and his niece Claudia. Claudia resents that David has dragged her family into this, even after she sees an alien die the fiery death of his kind when on Earth. David tries to figure out how to get word to a nearby military base, while the aliens strive to recover their leader.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Alfred Ryder ... The Invader Leader

Karen Black ... Claudia Stone

Kent Smith ... Edgar Scoville

Anthony Eisley ... Bob Torin

Laurence Naismith ... Cyrus Stone

Lawrence Montaigne ... Garth
John S. Ragin ... Kant (as John Ragin)

Ron Husmann ... Sentry
Karl Held ... Lieutenant (as Christopher Held)
John Graham ... Colonel Ralph Gentry
Joe Quinn ... Policeman (Frank)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Task Force

26 December 1967
David and the Believers are trying to get a powerful publisher, William Mace, on their side. They have competition in Eric Lund, who heads a group seeking to purchase a controlling interest in Mace's publishing empire. If David and Edgar Scoville cannot persuade Mace to their cause, Lund will gain control - a disaster, since Lund is an alien! Just when they think they have Mace in their corner, he dies and his dissolute nephew Jeremy gains control. And Jeremy is very, very afraid of something. Could it have to do with the real cause of his uncle's death? Jeremy will need a crash course in the responsibilities of manhood in order to overcome the latest alien plot.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Linden Chiles ... Jeremy Mace

Nancy Kovack ... June Murray

Kent Smith ... Edgar Scoville

Martin Wolfson ... William Mace

Frank Marth ... Eric H. Lund
John Lasell ... Bob Ferrara

Barney Phillips ... Emmett Morgen
John Stephenson ... John Nivin

Walter Woolf King ... Head Alien
Robert Dulaine ... Alien Committeeman (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Alien Committeeman (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: The Possessed

2 January 1968
David's friend Ted Willard has written to him for help, but the letter followed David around the country. He has finally arrived at Willard's clinic, only to discover that the doctor has suffered an accident and been under the psychiatric care of his brother Martin for several weeks. And Ted seems not to remember writing David at all! The answer to this mystery may rest with Adam Lane, and the special research he is doing at the Willard Clinic. Research that could pave the way for a nearly bloodless takeover of the Earth!

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Michael Tolan ... Dr. Ted Willard

William Smithers ... Adam Lane

Katherine Justice ... Janet Garner

Kent Smith ... Edgar Scoville

Michael Constantine ... Dr. Martin Willard

Charles Bateman ... Burt Newcomb
Booth Colman ... Coroner Braemer
Matt Pelto ... Clerk - Alien

Rose Hobart ... Housekeeper - Irma
Lynn Hobart ... Alien Nurse (as Lyn Hobart)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Counter-Attack

9 January 1968
Professor Eliot Kramer has completed calculations that will allow the Believers to create an automated jamming station that will cause navigational malfunctions aboard incoming saucers. But unfortunately, he used the university's computers to do the work, instead of Edgar Scoville's secure machines. That has led to his discovery by the aliens. In the scuffle, Kramer dies and David has to go on the run with the key data. When the police catch up with him, Edgar Scoville won't help, because Scoville blames David for the death of his friend Kramer! So David does the only thing he can to save his neck - he sells out to the aliens, offering them the details of the jamming process in exchange for a premier place in the new order!

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Lin McCarthy ... Col. Archie Harmon
Donald Davis ... Lucien
Ahna Capri ... Joan Surrat (as Anna Capri)

Kent Smith ... Edgar Scoville

John Milford ... Jim Bryce

Ken Lynch ... Lieutenant Conners
Pamela Curran ... Louise
Warren Vanders ... Earl
Don Chastain ... Blake

Ross Elliott ... Prof. Eliot Kramer
Charles Stewart ... Robertson (as Charles J. Stewart)

Ed Prentiss ... Stanley Leeds

Walter Baldwin ... Walter
Craig Chudy ... Alien (uncredited)
Rudy Germane ... Reporter (uncredited)
Orwin C. Harvey ... Alien Fighting with Kramer (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: The Pit

16 January 1968
Julian Reed has apparently gone barking mad. He's seeing aliens everywhere, and finally has a public breakdown resulting in confinement to a psychiatric facility. David Vincent comes to investigate, and must decide whether Reed is really mad, or if the Invaders actually have infiltrated Reed's place of employment, the highly secret Slaton Research Center. When Julian Reed accuses David himself of being an alien, and when David's wife Pat seems reluctant to even see her own husband, David doesn't know how to proceed. Until a chance encounter between a dog and one of the guards at Slaton reveals that at least one alien has found his way into the organization.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Joanne Linville ... Prof. Pat Reed

Donald Harron ... Jeff Brower

Kent Smith ... Edgar Scoville

Charles Aidman ... Prof. Julian Reed
Simon Scott ... Dr. John Slaton
Johnny Jensen ... Frankie Reed

Bartlett Robinson ... Art Llewellan
Noah Keen ... Paul Meyers

Dort Clark ... Security Officer
Pat O'Hara ... Scientist
Lisabeth Field ... Mrs. Fielding
Michael Harris ... Security Guard

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: The Organization

30 January 1968
David and Mike Calvin board a ship in search of several crates that contain "wreckage" that rained down from the sky - the pieces of a crashed saucer! But the crates are gone; the aliens got to them first. The aliens also took a large shipment of heroin destined for "The Organization" - an organized crime ring run by Peter Kalter. Kalter wants his shipment back and he's willing to kill to get it. But if David can convince him that the Invaders are here, he might gain a powerful, if ruthless and unpredictable, ally. On the other hand, others in the Organization simply want their drugs back, even if they have to sell out the human race to get them.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

J.D. Cannon ... Peter Kalter

Chris Robinson ... Mike Calvin

Larry Gates ... Weller

Kent Smith ... Edgar Scoville

Roy Poole ... Cort

John Kellogg ... Dom

Barry Atwater ... Dorcas (as B.G. Atwater)

Ross Hagen ... Perry

Nelson Olmsted ... Amos Foster (as Nelson Olmstead)

Mark Allen ... Second Mate
Troy Melton ... Chauffeur
Peter Paul Eastman ... Alien (uncredited)
George Ford ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Sig Frohlich ... Bartender (uncredited)
Ervin Richardson ... Security Guard (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Alien (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: The Peacemaker

6 February 1968
David Vincent and Archie Harmon manage to capture an alien, and bring him to General Concannon as proof. But another alien manages to slip him a suicide capsule, and soon there is nothing but ashes. Concannon sees the second alien blaze up, and is convinced. But he wants to meet with the alien leaders to see if a peaceful solution is possible. He sends David and several generals to an isolated farmhouse, and David arranges for several alien leaders to attend. But Concannon solves problems with violence, and he's going to solve this one by dropping a large bomb on the aliens, David, and his own men! The alien retaliation is likely to be ferocious, and the loss of life high, unless David can stop Concannon!

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Phyllis Thaxter ... Sarah Concannon

Lin McCarthy ... Col. Archie Harmon

Alfred Ryder ... Ryder (Invader Leader)

Kent Smith ... Edgar Scoville

James Daly ... Gen. Samuel Arlington Concannon

Jan Merlin ... Post

Pat Cardi ... Bill Concannon
Craig Huebing ... Willard
Larry Thor ... Dr. Bill Jacobs
Byron Keith ... Gen. Cullenbine

Jack Bannon ... Junior Officer
Ed Deemer ... Air Policeman

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: The Vise

20 February 1968
David and Edgar intercept an alien data drop and recover the partially burned contents of a briefcase. A picture inside convinces them that Arnold Warren is an alien. Warren is seeking confirmation to a post supervising a space tracking project. He would be one of the few black men to hold such a high post. Standing between him and that goal is Jim Baxter, a Senate investigator who also happens to be black. Baxter's wife Celia wants black heroes for her son, so she's pressuring her husband to recommend Warren. Against that, David Vincent only has a wildly implausible story: that Warren is a man from outer space! Convincing Baxter to look further means appealing to his policeman's instincts.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Raymond St. Jacques ... James A. Baxter

Janet MacLachlan ... Celia Baxter

Roscoe Lee Browne ... Arnold Andrew Warren

Kent Smith ... Edgar Scoville
Austin Willis ... William Gehrig

Louis Gossett Jr. ... Ollie (as Louis Gossett)
Joel Fluellen ... Homer Warren
D'Urville Martin ... Casey
John Ward ... Policeman
Pepe Brown ... Michael Baxter
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Station Attendant (as Red Boyd Morgan)
James Devine ... TV Man
Albert Cavens ... Film Crew Member (uncredited)
Orwin C. Harvey ... Alien (uncredited)

George Hoagland ... Film Crew Member (uncredited)
Mark Russell ... Policeman (uncredited)

Eddie Smith ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: The Miracle

27 February 1968
Near a Catholic shrine in New Mexico, a teenage girl sees an alien die and disintegrate after he is bitten by a snake. Before he dies he hands her a strange crystal. She assumes that the alien and the crystal are miracles and signs from God. Knowing that the crystal is actually an important alien apparatus, David Vincent tries to buy it from her, but she is unwilling to give it up and her uncle wants more money. David tries to explain to them that the aliens will kill to get it back.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Barbara Hershey ... Beth Ferguson

Edward Asner ... Harry Ferguson (as Ed Asner)

Arch Johnson ... Father Paul
Robert Biheller ... Ricky

Christopher Shea ... Johnny
Marion Thompson ... The Nun

Wayne Heffley ... Deputy
Rayford Barnes ... Alien Driver
Eumenio Blanco ... Townsman (uncredited)
Lucian Tiger ... Townsman (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: The Life Seekers

12 March 1968
A police officer is shot and seriously wounded by an alien, whom he then shoots and sees disintegrate. A roadblock is set up for the other two in the car that sped off. Investigating, David is brought to the two aliens. They claim that they disagree with their fellow aliens' plan to invade and take over the earth, and that other aliens want to destroy them before they can get back to their planet and make the case against invasion. They persuade David to help them evade the police roadblock and get them to their spaceship safely.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

R.G. Armstrong ... Police Capt. Bill Battersea

Diana Muldaur ... Claire

Arthur Franz ... Capt. Jim Trent

Kent Smith ... Edgar Scoville

Barry Morse ... Keith
Stephen Brooks ... Officer Joe Nash
Paul Comi ... Police Sgt. Leeds
Morgan Jones ... Lt. Rawlings

Herb Armstrong ... Doctor Stark
Barry Cahill ... Dorsey
Scott Graham ... Donner
Murray Pollack ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: The Pursued

12 March 1968
David is contacted by Anne Gibbs, an alien who is on the run from both her fellow aliens and humans. She is the undesired result of an attempt to mimic human behavior by creating emotion. It's been successful in part, as she now values her own life as well as those of humans, but in the process she frequently now loses control and becomes violent when even mildly angered, and has killed a woman in one of her outbursts. Still, she tells David she will come with him to Washington to tell officials everything she knows about the aliens' plans. But the aliens plan to kill her to stop her, and the husband of the woman she killed is also after her seeking revenge.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Suzanne Pleshette ... Anne Gibbs

Will Geer ... Hank Willis

Kent Smith ... Edgar Scoville

Dana Elcar ... Sheriff Tom Halloway
Richard O'Brien ... Prof. Charles McKay
Gene Lyons ... John Corwin
Mary Jackson ... Hattie Willis
Eldon Quick ... Antique Store Proprietor

Michael McGreevey ... Eddie McKay (as Mike McGreevey)

Barry Williams ... Boy
Jack Berle ... Diplomat (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Photographer (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Diplomat (uncredited)
Orwin C. Harvey ... Alien (uncredited)

George Hoagland ... Diplomat (uncredited)
Dick Johnstone ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Inquisition

26 March 1968
In Washington, a senator is killed by a bomb blast just after David and Edgar try unsuccessfully to convince him that a security advisor is an alien. A zealous and politically ambitious prosecuting attorney then plans to make a name for himself by indicting the members of the Believers for the murder, just as they are discovering that the aliens' grand plan to take over the earth and wipe out humanity is imminent.

Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent

Peter Mark Richman ... Andrew Hatcher (as Mark Richman)

Susan Oliver ... Joan Seeley

John Milford ... James Boland

Kent Smith ... Edgar Scoville

Robert H. Harris ... Dr. Stanley Frederickson
Stewart Moss ... Hadley Jenkins

Alex Gerry ... Senator Robert Breeding
Mary Gregory ... Secretary
Bill Egan
Burt Douglas ... Alien #1
Dick Merrifield (as Richard Merrifield)
Lincoln Demyan ... Security
Ernest Harada ... George - Waiter
Allen Joseph
Michael Harris
George Robotham ... Hotel Engineer

Spencer Chan ... Waiter (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Juror (uncredited)

George Hoagland ... Arthur Coy (uncredited)
Chester Jones ... Juror (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Onlooker (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Juror (uncredited)

Dick Wesson ... Introductory Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
William Woodson ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

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