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 ... See full summary »

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Dr. Katherina Serret
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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 CommanderBalok

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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 »

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(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 »

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Narrator: [Opening Narration] In a confused and divided world, one thing remains certain: a man must earn his daily bread. And so David Vincent takes advantage of a precious lull in his lonely war.
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The Second Half Of The Hour Is Good
25 August 2016 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

Rich people have an alien locked away downstairs and "the invaders" demand he be released or they will blow up the embassy he is being held in.

The first ten episodes of this season had an energy and movie-like look to them that blew me away. The 16 episodes that came after are still good and sometimes wonderful, however missing the opening-ten-episode-feel. This is one of those 16 shows and it is a bit sleepy in presentation at times.

Thankfully things pick up in the second half of the hour when "the invaders" show up at the embassy, making trouble.

Look out for a well directed moment when the aliens kill the driver of Vincent's car...this is 1967 so we see not blood...in fact we don't even see the killing...but so well filmed!


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