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The Immortal: Man on a Punched Card

Two computer programmers have a vested interest in Ben. Duane sees him as a $1,000 a day payment from Maitland, since the computer program he designed allows Fletcher to get one step ahead of Ben and trap him in a small town. Duane's finacee, Terry, has a more personal interest in Ben: his blood can save her young daughter's life, if only she can help Ben escape by running contrary to what the computer predicts he will do.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x6
Airdate: Thursday October 29th, 1970

Director: Don Weis
Writer: Shimon Wincelberg


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Guest Stars
Barry Cahill
As Dr. Joe Lacey
Dave Willock
As Brokaw
Ford Lile
As Deputy
Hal Riddle
As Morton
Jim Wagerman
As Attendant
Karen Arthur
As Betty
Lee Patterson
As Duane Hollenbeck
Lorie Busk (1)
As Bonita Kerwin
Lynda Day George
As Terry Kerwin
Episode Notes
Lynda Day George, who plays Terry Kerwin, was married to series star Christopher George from 1970 until his death in 1983.



Episode Quotes
(Hiding in car with Terry, who is helping him escape)
Ben: How do you get out of here?
Terry: Straight back, cut right up the hill.
Ben: Then what?
Terry: That depends on how well you drive!

Dr. Lacey: Oh, I'd give ten professional years to have a research lab, six months, and you.
Ben: If that's a proposition, I'm sorry.



Episode Goofs
When Ben is sneaking up to the side of the car, he has his bag in his hand; however, when he gets in, he does not have his bag in either hand.



Warning: The Immortal season 1 episode 6 guide may contain spoilers
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