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Spencer Gordon Bennet,
A Martian spacecraft crash-lands near the observatory of Cyrus Layton, designer of Earth's first spaceship. The survivor, forerunner of an invasion, can assume the form of any earthman. Calling himself the "purple monster," the humanoid invader sets about gaining control of Layton's rocket project. Opposing him is Craig Foster, former Secret Service man, who episode by episode tries to thwart the monster's attempts to acquire rocket components. Will Craig ever suspect that his closest associate is really the monster?Written by
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CHAPTER TITLES: 1. The Man in the Meteor; 2. The Time Trap; 3. Flaming Avalanche; 4. The Lethal Pit; 5. Death on the Beam; 6. The Demon Killer; 7. The Evil Eye; 8. Descending Doom; 9. The Living Dead; 10. house of Horror; 11. Menace From Mars; 12. Perilous Plunge; 13. Fiery Shroud; 14.The Fatal Trail; 15.Take-Off To Destruction. See more »
Chapter five: Craig Foster is trapped in an acid pit and acid fumes roil around him. He is rescued, but he should be badly burned and his clothes falling off in tatters. See more »
Dr. Cyrus Layton:
I'm highly flattered, sir. I was afraid that my humble efforts might seem childish to a scientist from Mars.
On the contrary, this is just what I need. Your launching rocket is far superior to ours, and the anti-gravity device, which assures a safe landing, is superb. Are there other copies of the plans?
Dr. Cyrus Layton:
No, this is the only copy. My project is backed by the Scientific Research Foundation. We've tried to keep it more or less a secret until we're ready to let the public know.
That is a very wise...
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I first saw the entire fifteen chapters at the Fairbanks theater in Springfield,OH when I was 8 yrs. old. It scared the hell out of me. I saw it again at age 62, and couldn't believe that Dennis Moore beat up the same 4 guys in every episode. Nonetheless, it's a cool piece of cinema, and Roy Barcroft was the best bad guy there ever was.
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