Science Fiction Theatre: Season 2, Episode 11

The Missing Waveband (15 Jun. 1956)

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Dr. Vincent Milhurst confesses to some fellow scientists that he did not devise the calculations that make stable satellites possible. Instead, they came from an unknown voice on a ... See full summary »

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Truman Bradley ...
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Dick Foran ...
Dr. Vincent Milhurst
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Gene Roth ...
Grey-haired Scientist
Michael Fox ...
Tom McKee ...
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George Leigh ...
General Rayburn
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Dr. Vincent Milhurst confesses to some fellow scientists that he did not devise the calculations that make stable satellites possible. Instead, they came from an unknown voice on a newly-found radio frequency. When they finally trace the signal, they discover it's originating 367 million miles away from Earth. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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19 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is another in a series of discomfited characters who have been given credit for something they have not created. A recognized scientist must admit that he has nothing to do with significant advances in science. That there is a scientist, probably in one of "those" countries getting information to him. The story revolves around the panel trying to figure out who this is. There must have been a method called vectoring that helped locate the source of communications. This offering has the same tired development and conclusion that became the benchmark of this series. We are left to speculate what these advances are and why the authorities are so set on their paranoiac resistance to them. Was everyone scared to death in 1956?


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