David Vincent and Archie Harmon manage to capture an alien, and bring him to General Concannon as proof. But another alien manages to slip him a suicide capsule, and soon there is nothing ... See full summary »

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David Vincent
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Sarah Concannon
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Col. Archie Harmon
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Edgar Scoville
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Gen. Samuel Arlington Concannon
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David Vincent and Archie Harmon manage to capture an alien, and bring him to General Concannon as proof. But another alien manages to slip him a suicide capsule, and soon there is nothing but ashes. Concannon sees the second alien blaze up, and is convinced. But he wants to meet with the alien leaders to see if a peaceful solution is possible. He sends David and several generals to an isolated farmhouse, and David arranges for several alien leaders to attend. But Concannon solves problems with violence, and he's going to solve this one by dropping a large bomb on the aliens, David, and his own men! The alien retaliation is likely to be ferocious, and the loss of life high, unless David can stop Concannon! Written by CommanderBalok

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6 February 1968 (USA)  »

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This is James Daly's second appearance in the show, his first was in Season 1, Episode 0 (pilot) "Beachhead", as Alan Landers, David Vincent's business partner and friend. See more »

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This is Alfred Ryder's second appearance as an Invader "Leader." Although he is never given a name, Vincent calls him "Ryder" in this episode. See more »

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Narrator: [Epilog Narration] David Vincent returns to his war against the Invader. He returns to his search for another day and another place where the powers from both sides will meet again and an armistice will become a reality.
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This Episode Is Close To Being Called A Classic
28 August 2016 | by See all my reviews

An old school General becomes a bigger threat than "the invaders".

Whenever the military get involved in plots for this series, the show shines extra bright, and The Peacemaker is no exception to that rule.

Great musical score in this adventure.

This is third and last time Alfred Ryder plays an alien in the series, the other two episodes were "Vikor" and "The Ransom".

The Peacemaker comes close to being called a classic but one point gets taken away because Ryder's screen time is too short (unlike the other two episodes he was in). However, it is nice that Ryder is playing the same leader character he was in "The Ransom"


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