The village is anxious to locate Professor Seltzman,inventor of a machine which can 'swap' peoples' minds. However only Seltzman knows the reversal process. Number Six is sent to locate the professor but,having been subjected to the swapping process has taken on the physical appearance of The Colonel, a new arrival at the village. The professor is found and returned to the village to oversee Number Six and The Colonel resume their old identities but the reversal is untried and those taking part are in considerable danger . Written by
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Did You Know?
The unique passenger elevator with no doors is called a Paternoster. It uses a chain of open compartments (each usually designed for two persons) that move slowly in a loop up and down inside a building without stopping. Passengers can step on or off at any floor they like. See more
The road in front of the house that Number 6 used to live in changes traffic direction. In Many Happy Returns traffic ran from the left to the right. In Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darling, it runs the opposite direction. See more
Cipher, coding, optics, film labs, computers, experts in every field, and yet we're still left with 36 rather dreary and badly photographed color shots. Yet I'm convinced they contain the clue we want. Have you tried superimposing?
This is the only episode of the series to start with a pre-credits teaser. See more
References High Noon
My Bonny Lies Over the Ocean
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