A police officer is shot and seriously wounded by an alien, whom he then shoots and sees disintegrate. A roadblock is set up for the other two in the car that sped off. Investigating, David... See full summary »

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A police officer is shot and seriously wounded by an alien, whom he then shoots and sees disintegrate. A roadblock is set up for the other two in the car that sped off. Investigating, David is brought to the two aliens. They claim that they disagree with their fellow aliens' plan to invade and take over the earth, and that other aliens want to destroy them before they can get back to their planet and make the case against invasion. They persuade David to help them evade the police roadblock and get them to their spaceship safely. Written by rbecker28

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The story of this episode takes place in a town called Redstone, but the road map on the wall of the police station shows Indianapolis, Indiana as the location of the town. Although the resolution of the map is not adequate to read any town names, several actual highway numbers, circa 1968, are clear). See more »

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During the Third Act Police Captain Battersea is roped to a chair by David Vincent. They way Battersea is tied up is completely different from one scene to the next. See more »

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Narrator: [Epilog Narration] For David Vincent and his new ally, a sadness for what they have lost - and hope for what they may have gained. Already, tens of thousands of miles away, an alien saucer speeds through the void on a mission, not of death, but of life.
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This Episode Is Close To Being A Classic
30 August 2016 | by See all my reviews

Peace loving alien "invaders" contact Vincent.

I am amazed that I am the first to review this wonderful hour. Does this mean that many sci-fi fans have not seen this wonderful episode? The Life Seekers proves that The Invaders is a series that had new ideas coming even at the end (this is the third last episode) and you have to wonder what would of happened if the show got a third season.

Would this of been a good final episode of the series? Think about it. If they left things like this at the end would viewers of been happy?

Romance, danger, imagination, music, vintage Ford cars, Barry Morse...The Life Seekers has it all.


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