Wesley Sanders breaks into the embassy of a foreign power to steal troop movement data. But he fails to disarm the security and gets caught. Examining him, Dr. Serret notices some strange signs, and recalls reading about David Vincent, who might be able to answer her questions. David is interested, but clever misdirection allow Sanders and his allies to pit David and the United States interests against those of the foreign power. The aliens are willing to destroy the embassy to keep Sanders from talking, even knowing that this may precipitate an atomic war! David finds himself forced to help the aliens. Written by
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Wesley Sanders' (Don Dubbins) driver's license gives his birth date as 9/12/37, making him about 30 - almost a full 9 years younger than Dubbins' actual age. See more
(at around 29 mins) As two security men from the Soviet diplomatic mission break into Dr. Serret's laboratory to rescue her, and one of the men runs toward the window, the camera pans to follow him: As it does so, it captures the reflection of two studio lights in the screen of the X-ray device. See more
A long and lonely war. And yet, the Invader, seeking to take advantage of the differences between nations, have provided David Vincent with an ally half a world away.