The Invaders (1967–1968)
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A mysterious hurricane strikes, sparing only a small Florida town. That draws David's attention, and he soon discovers a nest of aliens there, determined to use the weather against humanity... See full summary »


Paul Wendkos


John Kneubuhl, Larry Cohen (created by)


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Episode cast overview:
Roy Thinnes ... David Vincent
Joseph Campanella ... Father Joe
BarBara Luna ... Lisa (as Barbara Luna)
Dean Harens ... Dr. MacLeuen
Carlos Romero Carlos Romero ... Luis Perez
Simon Scott Simon Scott ... Dr. Malcolm Gantley
John McLiam ... Hotel Clerk
Paul Comi ... Danny
Edward Faulkner ... Alien #1
Allen Emerson ... Organist
John Mayo John Mayo ... Weatherman


A mysterious hurricane strikes, sparing only a small Florida town. That draws David's attention, and he soon discovers a nest of aliens there, determined to use the weather against humanity. Their boat creates and controls the storm, but what controls the boat? David must find that control center before the aliens use their storm to wreck the entire eastern seaboard. He's hampered by an injury, and a clever alien who turns his benefactor Father Corelli against him. Written by CommanderBalok

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Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller





Release Date:

4 April 1967 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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On the aliens' weather map, the places clearly identified by pin maps are Miami, Tampa, and Cape Kennedy. See more »


In the first scene, with the lead David Vincent, we see a guy in the hotel lobby, a guy with a "normal" hand, with his fingers like yours and mine - for those who perfectly know the series, they'll know what I mean by that - and in the sequence afterwards, just a few seconds, the guy in question suddenly shows an "invaders's hand", with his little finger stiff - those same who know the series will also know what I mean. See more »


Narrator: [Epilog Narration] Two men - two searchers. The one searches the heaven and the Earth; the other searches in the corridors of the human conscience. The search continues.
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particularly impressive episode
23 January 2011 | by boatista24See all my reviews

In this episode, the aliens are creating hurricanes with a device that bares a remarkable resemblance to a US weapons program known as HAARP. It is the realization of Nichola Tesla's 1918 theory that with a given type of antenna array, the magnetosphere can be manipulated to do many things, including creating earthquakes and hurricanes. The current US antenna array in Alaska is more than 10 square acres in area and enlists some thirty separate antennae, each with massive individual power generators, to focus to a solid beam. In "Storm", the aliens are firing it from a fishing boat. This technology, either researched, or not, before they decided to write it into the script, was 30 years ahead of its time. This cutting-edge technology speculation far before its time, which was routinely used throughout the entire gamut of episodes, makes The Invaders the top notch series that it was, and still is. The special effects in this series were nothing less than spectacular. Some of the techniques were directly gleaned from "The Outer Limits" - but in color! - and in this episode, they really pour it on - especially when the antenna is firing.

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