David Vincent, using an assumed name, gets a job as a chauffeur in order to infiltrate a manufacturing plant and find proof of alien activity.

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David Vincent / Dan Baxter
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George Vikor
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Sherri Vikor
Richard O'Brien ...
Police Sergeant
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Hank
Joe Di Reda ...
Phil (as Joe di Reda)
Hal Baylor ...
Guard #1
Larry Duran ...
Houseboy
Max Kleven ...
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After a telephone lineman reports seeing something strange at a manufacturing plant, David Vincent, using an assumed name, gets a job with the plant's owner, George Vikor. Vikor hires David as chauffeur for his wife, who has been arrested twice for drunk driving. Soon, David manages to sneak into the company's security building, where he finds proof of alien activity. Written by J. Spurlin

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14 February 1967 (USA)  »

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When Mrs. Vikor hands David a gun and he opens it to see if it is loaded, you can see that three of the bullets have been used as they have the firing pin mark on them. See more »

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Narrator: [Opening Narration] David Vincent had read the stories in the newspapers: How, before he died, a telephone lineman had described to his partner a glowing, burning man. The story was investigated by the police and promptly forgotten. Seeking the truth, David Vincent traveled to Fort Scott, Florida, headquarters of Vikor Enterprises, or, perhaps, headquarters for a people from an alien world.
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Another Top Notch chapter of "The Invaders"
16 May 2007 | by (Out There in the Dark) – See all my reviews

Extremely tense and dramatic, "Vikor" is among the best of the early INVADERS episodes. Jack Lord is excellent as George Vikor, a conflicted, former military hero who has allied himself with the invaders to regain some of his old glory. The aliens, led here by the creepy and ominous Mr Nexus (Alfred Ryder), have promised Vikor he will be a "master" with thousands of "slaves" once the takeover is complete. It doesn't take much imagination to see that Nexus is only interested in what Vikor can do to aid the aliens' campaign, and it's doubtful he'd keep any of his promises. As Mrs. Vikor, Diana Hyland adds much to the episode with her fine performance. She's a troubled alcoholic, but a loving wife, and the couple's relationship is a central part of this story. When George realizes that his wife is in great danger after she co-operates with David Vincent, he is faced with a horrible dilemma. There are several exciting actions sequences in this episode and a few intensely emotional ones as well, all of them made even more effective by Dominic Frontiere's eerie music score. Highly recommended.


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