The Outer Limits (1963–1965)
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The Invisible Enemy 

The first manned expedition to Mars finds itself being killed one by one by an alien predator.

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Major Charles 'Chuck' Merritt
Rudy Solari ...
Captain Jack Buckley
Joe Maross ...
General Winston
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Mr. Jerome
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Colonel Hal Danvers
Anthony Costello ...
Lieutenant Jim Bowman
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Lieutenant Frank Johnson (as Bob DoQui)
Peter Marko ...
Captain Paul Lazzari
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Captain Fred Thomas (as Mike Mikler)
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The first manned expedition to Mars finds itself being killed one by one by an alien predator.

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31 October 1964 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Byron Haskin was known for reusing different items from previous projects for newer efforts (i.e. The Martian War Machines from The War of the Worlds (1953) appearing in Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964)). For this episode, which also takes place on Mars, he brings back both the Mars Gravity Probe spacesuits, as well as Adam West, for this tale. See more »

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Captain Fred Thomas: This is Captain Fred Thomas, commanding interplanetary vehicle M1 colonization probe. To Colonel Hal Danvers, headquarters communication, planet Earth. Subject of report - arrival on the planet Mars. Landing is completely successful.
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Adam West On Mars
16 July 2014 | by See all my reviews

Adam West goes to Mars and encounters a crab monster.

Whenever this hour is mentioned one thing enters my mind: the studio set for the surface of Mars. Who cares if some of the spaceship crew are not so interesting, who cares if the crab monster in the sand looks terrible, you just remember the look of Mars. It is these visual things that often make an Outer Limits show so special and that is the case with The Invisible Enemy. But there is suspense as well.

Adam West is fine in the lead role but you will not see any of Bruce Wayne or Batman in his character here, he is just playing the concerned spaceman who keeps looking out the window of his rocket.


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