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Peter and Diane become involved when they take a trip and spot a thief slipping a microfilm into puppeteer Penny Page's mink coat. The thief, Walker, has already killed one man to get the microfilm, which has nuclear plans on it, and won't stop at killing Penny as well.

Episode Info
Episode number: 1x8
Airdate: Sunday November 09th, 1958

Alternate Airdates:

US (ABC) Aug 01, 1959

Guest Stars
Derek GodfreyDerek Godfrey
As Walker
Murray KashMurray Kash
As Marcel (Marcel le Magnifique)
Keith RawlingsKeith Rawlings
As Customs Officer
Joan HicksonJoan Hickson
As Madame Dupont
John RuddockJohn Ruddock
As Photographer
Hazel CourtHazel Court
As Penny Page
Main Cast
Tim TurnerTim Turner
As Peter Brady
Johnny ScrippsJohnny Scripps
As Invisible Man
Lisa DanielyLisa Daniely
As Diane Wilson


At the Wilton Nuclear Plant, two intruders come over the wall and break into an office. They find plans and take photos of them, but a guard notices the broken window and enters. The leader shoots and kills him and the two men quickly leave by another window as the guard’s partner arrives in time to hear the first guard tell him that two men were there taking photographs...

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Episode Quotes
Marcel: You again!
Walker: Yes.
Marcel: Listen, monsieur, maybe you did help get my wife's coat back. But why are you hanging around? You want something as well as sights?
Walker: Is that meant to be funny?
Marcel: I am not funny, monsieur.
Walker: I'll take your word for that.

Other Episode Crew

ProducerRalph Smart
EditorDavid Hawkins
Director of PhotographyBert Mason
Production SupervisorAida Young
Art DirectorHarry White
Based On The Works OfH.G. Wells
Sound SupervisorFred Turtle
Assistant DirectorPeter Crowhurst
Musical DirectorSydney John Kay
Casting DirectorHarry Fine
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