The Invisible Man: Season 1, Episode 0

The Invisible Man (6 May 1975)

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Having nothing to do with H.G. Wells novel beyond the premise of a scientist making himself invisible, this is a TV-series pilot which even changes the characters' names.

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Melinda O. Fee ...
Kate Weston (as Melinda Fee)
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Dr. Nick Maggio
Alex Henteloff ...
Rick Steiner
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General Turner
John McLiam ...
Blind Man
Ted Gehring ...
Gate Guard
Paul Kent ...
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Milt Kogan ...
Doctor
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Lobby Guard
Tamar Cooper ...
Receptionist
Lew Palter ...
Motel Clerk
Richard Forbes ...
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Dr. Daniel Westin was a brilliant scientist working for an American thinktank who discovered a method to turn objects invisible. Not wanting his notes to fall into the wrong hands (including those of the U.S. Government), he destroyed all evidence of his discovery, and turned himself invisible to test it. Unfortunately, he didn't know how to turn himself visible again, so he wore a (extremely realistic) mask in public while searching for a cure. Written by Marty McKee <mmckee@wkio.com>

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scientist | mask | invisible man | spy | remake | See more »

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It's Illya, It's invisible, It's genius
22 September 2004 | by (Cincinnati, Ohio) – See all my reviews

Too bad I didn't comment before January 4th of 2004. I would have written a more intelligent and sensitive review of this show, which unfortunately did not make it past the pilot episodes. David McCallum is one of the most learned actors of his times. It's Illya for pete's sake!!! And this show is much better than watching Man from U.N.K.L.E. several times over, as I have. Plus, it debuted in my birth-year, '75.

As for H.G. Wells, if you want the 'full' and unadulterated experience, read the novel and don't watch this show. Don't be a pretentious ninny and enjoy this show for what it was. Not perfect, but a better way to waste time than watching such vacuous titles as "The Surreal Life", or "Pimp My Ride", etc.

Thanks for appreciating that some shows are just fun to watch, and they don't have to be perfect. And what show doesn't rely, at some time, on a cliché or two.


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