The Outer Limits: Season 1, Episode 19

The Invisibles (3 Feb. 1964)

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Aliens plan to take over the U.S. by recruiting disaffected loners, who are practically "invisible" to U.S. authorities. Each invisible is para-sited by a fish-like creature who adapts and ... See full summary »

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GIA Agent Luis D. Spain
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Gov. Lawrence K. Hillerman
Dee Hartford ...
Mrs. Clarke
Walter Burke ...
Invisibles Recruiter
Tony Mordente ...
Genero Planetta
William Douglas ...
Henry Castle (as William O. Douglas Jr.)
Chris Warfield ...
GIA Agent Johnny
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Oliver Fair (as Dick Dawson)
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Sforza Water & Power worker
John Graham ...
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Gen. Hilary J. Clarke
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Aliens plan to take over the U.S. by recruiting disaffected loners, who are practically "invisible" to U.S. authorities. Each invisible is para-sited by a fish-like creature who adapts and controls the human. A U.S. government agent infiltrates the cats' paws, who are to get close to powerful U.S. government officials and transfer the creatures into the officials. Written by David Stevens

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When Luis Spain takes Mrs. Clarke to a doctor's appointment, they drive through the country. The Clarkes are supposed to live in Chevy Chase, Maryland, a residential suburb located adjacent to Washington, DC, several miles from open country. See more »

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Everything But the Aliens
10 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a pretty good episode with a kind of clichéd plot. As has happened many times in B sci fi movies, an alien becomes one with a citizen for the purpose of domination. In this case a group of "nobodies" is recruited to be impregnated (sort of) by things with legs (that don't actually propel the things). They are shaped like trilobites. One of the young men is an agent sent to infiltrate this operation. Eventually, he becomes the right hand man, working for the governor, chauffeuring his wife. It's all about being chased. At some point, the wife accidentally runs over the guy, breaking his leg and this leads to major complications. Apparently, these intergalactic forces have broad scope and are a substantial threat. One interesting thing was seeing Richard Dawson (Laugh In and Family Feud Richard Dawson) as the guy who keeps an eye on things for the governor. I have to say, however, that the little alien creatures were so silly and so slow, it's hard to imagine them being much of a threat.


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