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 ... See full summary »

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Andrew Hatcher (as Mark Richman)
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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. Written by rbecker28

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Narrator: [Epilog Narration] And now, Andrew M. Hatcher joins David Vincent in his struggle against the Invaders. Edgar Scoville will recover from his wounds, and these three will be in the vanguard, leading the fight against the Invaders from space - Invaders who must be stopped.
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30 August 2016 | by See all my reviews

"The Invaders" plan a grand take over of earth.

The other reviewers seem so surprised that this series had no ending, but I have news for them, this was normal back then: Lost In Space, Gilligan's Island, The Time Tunnel and Land Of The Giants had no ending as well. QM's The Fugitive (1963-67) got an ending but that was such an emotional drama that an ending was demanded. The problem with endings is that they destroy the re-run value if the viewers know how it all ends in the final episode.

Inquisition is a good episode but it is not a great episode.

Such talented guest stars on hand (including Mark Richman) but the script they are given could have been better.

Two things linger in the mind about this hour: The Time Tunnel computer banks and the nice romantic music played when ever the guest stars talk to each other in the office.

And so ends The Invaders, all 43 episodes were good, some shows were better than others, but no stinkers in the whole run...most sci-fi shows have the odd stinker, but The Invaders was stinker-free.

The series should be remembered as a wonderfully produced science fiction series where the music scores, vintage Ford cars and great location filming were just as vital as the actors on the screen.


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