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H.G. Wells' Invisible Man

H.G. Wells' Invisible Man



British scientist Peter Brady is turned invisible when a lab experiment goes awry. Unable to transform back, Peter puts his powers to use by assisting the British government on intelligence missions where invisibility proves useful. Originally a government secret, Peter's powers are soon revealed to the public and he continues to go on government missions, but also fights crime and help others.

Episode Info

Final: 2x13 -- The Big Plot (Jul/05/1959)



Available Episodes

The Big Plot
Jul 05, 1959
Season 2 episode 13

The Big Plot
Jul 05, 1959
Season 2 episode 13

Shadow Bomb
Jun 28, 1959
Season 2 episode 12

Shadow Bomb
Jun 28, 1959
Season 2 episode 12

Man in Power
Jun 14, 1959
Season 2 episode 10

Man in Power
Jun 14, 1959
Season 2 episode 10

The White Rabbit
May 31, 1959
Season 2 episode 8

Cast
Tim TurnerTim Turner
As Peter Brady (voice)
Tim TurnerTim Turner
As Peter Brady (voice)
Lee PattersonLee Patterson
As Peter Brady (voice, episode 1 only)
Lee PattersonLee Patterson
As Peter Brady (voice, episode 1 only)
Paul CarpenterPaul Carpenter
As Peter Brady (voice, episodes 2-4)
Paul CarpenterPaul Carpenter
As Peter Brady (voice, episodes 2-4)
Johnny ScrippsJohnny Scripps
As Invisible Man (body)
Johnny ScrippsJohnny Scripps
As Invisible Man (body)
Lisa DanielyLisa Daniely
As Diane Wilson
Lisa DanielyLisa Daniely
As Diane Wilson

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Recaps
2x13: The Big Plot recap: A foreign aircraft crashes and workers gather the unclaimed luggage. Two officers go through the luggage and sort it all out. As they leave the room, the fluorescent light flickers and then goes out. The younger officer moves a heavy case to get up on the table, and the light goes out entirely. When he moves the case back, the light comes on again. They open up the case and find a typewriter inside, and the younger officer's radium watch glows... read more.

2x11: The Rocket recap: Ronald Smith, a transport officer at Castle Hill, is out gambling at a private club and loses. After running out his money, Smith leaves the club and a man, Reitter, follows him. The transport officer prepares to jump off a bridge to his death, but Reitter stops him just in time. He knows that Smith sold information to a friend of his, and promises him better payment to do the same for him. Reitter knows that they're testing a solid-fuel rocket, the Solidor, but Smith warns him that he's only the officer in charge of transport. All Reitter wants to know is the time and route that they are using to take the Solidor to Scotland for testing, and offers 2,000 pounds for the information... read more.

2x10: Man in Power recap: In the Middle Eastern country of Barat, King Rashid summons General Shafari to his chambers. Rashid asks him to explain his recent report and Shafari explains that they are a poor country. Their only resource is their position between the Eastern and Western powers. Shafari suggests that they make money by breaking their treaties with the West and play one side off against the other. Rashid refuses, insisting that every tribesman is loyal to him and the West. The general warns that their loyalty won't matter as long as he controls the army. When Rashid still refuses, Shafari calls in his men and informs Rashid that his death will be reported as a murder by an angry crowd, and then gives the order for his men to open fire... read more.

2x8: The White Rabbit recap: At an estate in France, a man calls out to the guards and tells them to get the dogs out because "it" must be found. The guards run off as the man, Professor Blaire, says that they have to kill it if they can't capture it, or it means doom for all of them... read more.

2x7: The Gun Runners recap: In a small Mediterranean country, two local men watch as an English engineer and his wife and child tour the market. The two men step out and open fire on them, killing the couple and just missing their son... read more.
Crew

Producer: Ralph Smart
Editor: Spencer Reeve, Derek Chambers, Charles Hasse, David Hawkins, Carmen De Ossa
Assistant Editor: Jack Drury
Director of Photography: Wolfgang Suschitzky, Brendan J. Stafford
Production Supervisor: Aida Young
Art Director: John Stoll

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Recurring Guests

Ernest Clark as Sir Charles Anderson (7 eps)
Robert Raglan as Detective Inspector Heath (6 eps)
Derren Nesbitt as Corporal (4 eps)
Howard Pays as Sgt. Day (3 eps)
Derek Sydney as Surgeon (3 eps)
Maureen Pryor as Janet Norton (2 eps)
James Booth as Ali (2 eps)
Walter Gotell as Lloyd (2 eps)
Louise Allbritton as Zena Fleming (2 eps)
Glyn Owen as Smith (2 eps)

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Type: Scripted
Genres: Crime, Sci-Fi
Status: Canceled/Ended
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: June 13, 1959
Ended: December, 1959
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