Jim and Arte must stop Torres-a man more metal than flesh, with superhuman strength and a taste for revenge-from killing President Grant.
Did You Know?
Torres uses wireless remote control to control his lethal rockets. While this is one of those fun anachronisms of the series, it is interesting to note that while wireless remote control was a capability in the 1960s, it wasn't widely used. Outside of radio controlled toys and novelties, wireless mechanical control isn't even widely used today. Hardwired and not wireless electromechanical controls remain the most common and economical technology to mechanically control devices. See more
West breaks into the home of Torres only to set off what appears to be a fairly modern alarm system - featuring a panel of zone entry warning lights using flashing miniature electric light bulbs accompanied by the unmistakable sound of an intermittent buzzing sound generated by an electromagnetic speaker. Torres (and Miguelito Loveless) beat out Thomas A. Edison
and Alexander Graham Bell
by decades. See more
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor
Written by Johann Sebastian Bach
Played on the soundtrack whilst Nina Gilbert approaches Mr. Torres' mansion. See more