A two-dimensional alien inadvertently causes havoc in Los Angeles. The alien is stranded in our three-dimensional world and only a mild-mannered optician and his secretary have to power to help.

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Dr. James Stone
Joan Freeman ...
Elizabeth Dunn
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Dr. Bernard Stone
Douglas Henderson ...
Detective Lt. Runyan
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Grayson
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A two-dimensional alien inadvertently causes havoc in Los Angeles. The alien is stranded in our three-dimensional world and only a mild-mannered optician and his secretary have to power to help.

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3 October 1964 (USA)  »

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Is the Speech Two Dimensional?
16 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Peter Lind Hayes is an expert in corrective lenses. He is himself myopic. He is accompanied by a beautiful secretary/fellow researcher who has the hots for him, but he doesn't know a spyglass from an hourglass. A series of optical labs have been destroyed. Upon entering the destruction of his own, he picks up a pair of special glasses and sees a threatening, glowing, two-dimensional creature. Oddly, it is humanoid in shape. We should ask ourselves why it has these appendages if it has no need to walk or grasp. Hayes goes to his brother, a scientist, to ask questions of the viability of such a creature. Since there is no love loss between the two, Hayes is treated like a nut case. Eventually, the creature begins to communicate, but the police are involved and things begin to go haywire. A very average episode.


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