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Professor Jonathan Meridith has built a miniature replica of a planet, from the distant solar system of Wolf 359, to study its evolution and calls it Dundee—the name of the financier. When the planet arrives at the present time, an evil entity comes out of the lab to punish the scientist. The wife of the professor is forced to destroy the planet to stop the being.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x8
Airdate: Saturday November 07th, 1964

Guest Stars
Ben WrightBen Wright
As Philip Exeter Dundee
Dabney ColemanDabney Coleman
As James Custer
Patrick OPatrick O'Neil
As Jonathan Meredith
Peter HaskellPeter Haskell
As Peter Jellicoe
Sara ShaneSara Shane
As Ethel Meridith
Main Cast
Vic PerrinVic Perrin
voiced The Control Voice
Episode Quotes
Opening Narration: Outward stretches the quest for truth. Stars without end. Timeless infinities. A billion, billion galaxies. Man's imagination reaches out and out, while betimes the farthest reaches of knowledge are found in the smallest places...

Closing Narration: There is a theory that Earth and sun and galaxy and all the known universes are only a dust mote on some policeman's uniform in some gigantic superworld. Couldn't we be under some supermicroscope, right now?

Jonathan Meredith: You don't think what we've got. Who we are looking at? At a planet, eight light years away. I mean that's so far that the finest telescopes we've had can't pick it out. We have to use second-hand informations we've had. We've had to make assumptions until now. But now, right here, in our laboratory, we can see what's going on up there. We can... we can watch, we can watch Evolution, at work.

Episode Goofs
As Patrick O'Neal walks past a mirror, a camera crew member can be seen reflected for a few seconds before he then ducks down.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorJoseph Stefano  |  Leslie Stevens
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