David's learned from an alien that the purpose of the summit's to murder all of Earth's leaders. But he can't convince Thor Halvorsen. Halvorsen knows the aliens are here, but believes ...
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David's learned from an alien that the purpose of the summit's to murder all of Earth's leaders. But he can't convince Thor Halvorsen. Halvorsen knows the aliens are here, but believes their mission'speaceful. They've offered him a solution to help stop the rising radiation levels. David and Michael Tressider steal an alien timetable which details their plans once the summit attendees are dead - but the aliens want it back, and there are quite a few of them between David and Halvorsen.Written by
The EURAC helicopter (N1369X s/n 8) was a then newly introduced 1967 Bell 206A JetRanger turbine powered helicopter. See more »
The countdown clock reads 2:10 when the technician fails to shut down the missile. Halvorson tries to help. The clock now reads 1:10, but less than 30 seconds have ticked by. It should read approximately 1:45 until lift-off. See more »
It is over. A great man's dream lies buried beneath a mountain. The leaders of nations return to their homes. And David Vincent returns to his continuing war to rid the world of the Invader. That is his dream - and he will not see it buried.
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Two-Parter Is A Knockout
A summit meeting intended for world leaders gets infested with "invaders" making trouble.
I am pleased to say that Summit Meeting is outstanding from beginning to end. Season one also had a story about the military that resembles this one, but this hour has such quality guest stars (including Michael Rennie) you just can't complain.
Two-part episodes of The Man From UNCLE (1963) were re-edited into feature films and Irwin Allen was thinking about doing the same to his 1960s shows. Too bad Summit Meeting was never turned into a feature as well as it looks like motion picture television all the way.
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