Gemini Man (1976– )
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A government agent is caught in the explosion of a government underwater salvage operation. He finds himself capable of turning himelf invisible, and sets out to use his new powers to prove... See full summary »

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Sam Casey
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Dr. Abby Lawrence
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Leonard Driscoll (as Richard A. Dysart)
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Dr. Harold Schuyler
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Charles Edward Royce
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Vince Rogers (as Quinn Redeker)
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Captain Whelan
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Captain Ballard
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A government agent is caught in the explosion of a government underwater salvage operation. He finds himself capable of turning himelf invisible, and sets out to use his new powers to prove that the explosion was sabotage. Written by Anonymous

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Referenced in Saturday Night Live: Buck Henry/The Band (1976) See more »

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Underrated.
8 June 2001 | by See all my reviews

In reality the 'second season' (or retooling) of the David McCallum "Invisible Man" series, "Gemini Man" has a lot to recommend it. While falling to the faults of the invisible man genre like having too many point-of-view shots and sometimes unconvincing fighting scenes, the show itself is played straight is quite action packed. Not so deep, but good fun nevertheless.

Sadly, most people's first exposure to this show will be MST3K's version of "Running with Death," which is a badly edited movie version of two episodes. But don't really make your mind up until you see the episodic version itself: the 'Minotaur' episode alone is worth the hour you will spend watching.

So keep an eye out for the Sci-Fi Schedulebot to see when this comes on again. Enjoy!


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