The Immortal (1969–1971)
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A professional race-car driver discovers that there are certain properties in his blood that will make him, basically, immortal. A dying multi-millionaire also finds out about the racer's ... See full summary »

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Ben Richards
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Janet Braddock
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Jordan Braddock
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Sylvia Cartwright
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Dr. Matthew Pearce
Vincent Beck ...
Locke
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Joseph Bernard ...
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Garry Walberg ...
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Lillian Adams ...
Nurse
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Nurse
Mimi Dillard ...
Nurse
Marvin Silbersher ...
The Doctor
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A professional race-car driver discovers that there are certain properties in his blood that will make him, basically, immortal. A dying multi-millionaire also finds out about the racer's blood, and is determined to get it to keep himself alive. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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30 September 1969 (USA)  »

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The car Richards is testing when he is introduced is a 1969 AMC AMX, one of the best-performing factory-produced cars of the day. See more »

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Followed by The Immortal (1969) See more »

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Excellent show
11 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Although a bit of a take-off on "The Fugitive", I loved this show back in the 60's. Christopher George was very believable in this part, and the weekly stories that underpinned his constant running from the multimillionare "Maintland" were pretty good, not great, but good. I found it a very original show for the time and there was a lot of action in it.

(for some reason these cast credits don't include the fact that Don Knight was the main agent responsible for nabbing Christopher George). I think if this series had had a bigger budget and a network that believed in it, it would have run 4 or 5 years and we'd be watching it in syndication today.


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