The Invaders: Season 2, Episode 9

Summit Meeting: Part I (31 Oct. 1967)

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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 ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Premier Thor Halvorsen
Vice Chancellor Pierre Alquist
Diana Hyland ...
Ellie Markham
Ford Rainey ...
General Jonathan Blaine
Martin West ...
Secretary Knute Rosmundson
Ben Wright ...
Peter Hobbs ...
Ross Elliott ...
Hotel Detective
Vic Perrin ...
Hypnotist Alien
William Boyett ...
Tressider's Man
Don Lamond ...


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! Written by CommanderBalok

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Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller




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31 October 1967 (USA)  »

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David Vincent (Roy Thinnes) tells Michael Tressider (William Windom), "The country's largest defense contractor doesn't go around acting like a gangster out of The Untouchables." Quinn Martin was Executive Producer of both The Invaders and The Untouchables. Ironically, Windom was NOT one of the over 100 actors and staff that worked on both shows. See more »


Narrator: [Opening Narration] An unchartered island in the Baltic, one hour after dawn. Thor Halvorsen, symbol of the world's dream for peace, keeps a fateful appointment.
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superb episode with excellent acting and directing.
10 April 2014 | by (nuneaton england) – See all my reviews

The only two part story in the Invaders develops into a find the alien plot similar to the last few episodes of the new Battlestar Galactica.I loved the line at the start of episode two when Roy Thinnessaid "Your acting like a hoodlum out of the Untouchables" at William Windoms driving.The writer George Eckstein,director Don Medford and Roy Thinness himself all worked on some of the best episodes of the classic gangster series from 1959-1962.While Michael Rennies acting is in no way the best work he's done Diana Hyland is great as the Secretary looking like she is really enjoying working on the series(she was also in the episode"Vikor"with Jack Lord) just as she did on"The Fugitive" particularly in the fourth season episode"Dossier for a Diplomat".

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