The Outer Limits (1963–1965)
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Demon with a Glass Hand 

Days ago Trent awoke with no memory of his past. Since then, sinister men have pursued him constantly. He manages to stay one step ahead of them by following the advice of... his hand! Made... See full summary »

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Trent
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Consuelo Biros (as Arline Martel)
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Arch
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Battle
Steve Harris ...
Breech
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Days ago Trent awoke with no memory of his past. Since then, sinister men have pursued him constantly. He manages to stay one step ahead of them by following the advice of... his hand! Made of glass and apparently capable of speech, Trent's hand can answer many of his questions. But it cannot tell him who he is or why his enemies seek him until he finds all of its fingers. The only trouble is, they're in the... hands... of his enemies! Written by CommanderBalok

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17 October 1964 (USA)  »

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This episode was placed in the Archive of Popular History at Oberlin College in Ohio. See more »

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When Trent is pursued in the alley, he crouches and moves an empty barrel to conceal himself. In the next shot, the barrel is in its original position. See more »

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Breech: I know this: you're the last man on the Earth of the future. You're the last hope of Earth.
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Referenced in The Big Bang Theory: The Mommy Observation (2014) See more »

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Excellent - can't be improved
4 March 2007 | by (Chicago, Illinois) – See all my reviews

This one I liked - from the very first time it was viewed. It has power

  • with powerful actors & actress. You "feel" the force of the episode -


and brace for the surprise ending. When first viewed - it held me spellbound -all the way to the end. We just sat there & thought about it. It was awesome that people could's imaginations could bring this to the screen with such skill. It made me jealous - how they could dream this up & I couldn't. This episode endeared me to the "Outer Limits" forever. It's really incredible they could find just the "right people" in the right scenes with just the "right lines" - When VCR's came out - saw my chance to watch these episodes over & over again - and never tire of them. But - I still remember that night in the early 1960's - when we were held spellbound by this episode - a standard by which other episodes should be judged - absolutely loved it. Thank very much for the privilege of letting me comment.

Michael ml2348@att.com


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