After an accident in a laboratory, an electrician develops superior intelligence and super-human sensory powers.

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Vic Murphy
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Sally Torens
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Pete (as Carl Switzer)
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Prof. Norman Stern (as Robert Simon)
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Reese
Tom Daly ...
Professor Spaulding
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After an accident in a laboratory, an electrician develops superior intelligence and super-human sensory powers.

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10 September 1955 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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This Episode Is So Negative!
14 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After near electrocution by a big computer, Dane Clark gains some sort of enhanced set of senses. His hearing is heightened. He becomes aware of the problems of a young woman, whose conversation with a boyfriend he has "listened in" on. He can't sleep because of his affliction and the girl thinks he's a peeping Tom or worse, a stalker. He seeks professional help from a college professor who is amazed at his powers. Eventually, he stops a suicide attempt because he hears a gas jet on a stove, hissing. Apparently, he has become a "negative" man because of some strange ionization. Apparently, he has also become a genius, boosting his IQ immensely. He sort of self- diagnoses his condition. The ending is utterly anti-climactic, which seems to be the norm for this series.


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