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Enemy agents smuggle an atomic bomb into England with the intent of blackmailing the government. Peter learns of the plot when a nuclear core turns up in a wrecked plane, and a second one is found in the golf bag of Lady Peversham.

Episode Info

Episode number: 2x13
Airdate: Sunday July 05th, 1959

Alternate Airdates:

US (ABC) Dec 19, 1959

  • Currently 6/10
6/10 (1 Vote cast)
Guest Stars
Barbara Shelley
As Helen (Helen Peversham)
John Arnatt
As Lord Peversham (Larry Peversham)
Richard Warner
As 1st Officer
Derrick Sherwin
As 2nd Officer
Basil Dignam
As Minister
Ewan MacDuff
As Sir Charles (as Ewen McDuff)
Terence Cooper
As Hanstra
Main Cast
Tim Turner
As Peter Brady
Johnny Scripps
As Invisible Man


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...

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Episode Notes
Brian Clemens wrote the episode under his pen name of Tony O'Grady.

Other Episode Crew

ProducerRalph Smart
EditorDerek Chambers
Director of PhotographyBrendan J. Stafford
Production SupervisorAida Young
Art DirectorPeter Mullins
Based On The Works OfH.G. Wells
Sound SupervisorFred Turtle
Assistant DirectorDavid Tomblin
Second Unit DirectorDouglas Hickox
Casting DirectorHarry Fine
Second Unit Camera OperatorJack Mills (2)
Scenario EditorIan Stuart Black
Warning: H.G. Wells' Invisible Man season 2 episode 13 guide may contain spoilers
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