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H.G. Wells' Invisible Man: Strange Partners

A businessman has Peter's research papers stolen and uses them to force him to kill his partner, an elderly man, by giving him a heart attack. To force Peter to cooperate, the businessman uses an attack dog to force the Invisible Man to obey.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x13
Airdate: Sunday December 14th, 1958

Alternate Airdates:

US (ABC) Sep 19, 1959

Guest Stars
Victor PlattVictor Platt
As Inspector Quillan
Jack MelfordJack Melford
As Collins
Griffith JonesGriffith Jones
As Lucian Currie
Main Cast
Tim TurnerTim Turner
As Peter Brady
Johnny ScrippsJohnny Scripps
As Invisible Man
Lisa DanielyLisa Daniely
As Diane Wilson
Deborah WatlingDeborah Watling
As Sally Wilson


A man makes his way through the woods to Peter’s house. Inside, Peter is working and Diane advises him to take a break before he tires himself off. He gives in and packs up his papers into a briefcase, unaware that someone is at the window watching him. Once Peter leaves his study and goes to bed, the intruder comes in through the window and goes to the briefcase...

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Episode Quotes
Diane: Try and be home early tonight, Pete.
Peter: Why, Di? Anything special?
Diane: No. But we see so little of you these days.

Lucian Currie: But first there’s something I must, in the interest of your safety, point out to you.
Peter: It’s good to know that you worry about me.

Lucian Currie: You'll strike him once, that's all. One swift punch and Vickers will be dead.
Peter: I think you're confusing me with a heavyweight champion.

Other Episode Crew

ProducerRalph Smart
EditorCarmen De Ossa
Director of PhotographyArthur Graham
Production SupervisorAida Young
Art DirectorHarry White
Based On The Works OfH.G. Wells
Sound SupervisorFred Turtle
Assistant DirectorDavid Tomblin
Musical DirectorSydney John Kay
Casting DirectorHarry Fine
Scenario EditorVictor Wolfson
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