Pressed for cash, Morgan Tate leased a large portion of his plant to Lewis Dunn a year earlier. Now, Tate has discovered that Dunn is not what he appears to be, and that the plant is now a front for a communications center. Tate has managed to seize and hide a file named "Command Roster One" and the aliens are desperate to recover it. They bring in Tate's estranged daughter Carol to pressure the man, but with David Vincent's help, Tate may manage to save his daughter and recover the hidden file. If he can, it would be a terrible setback for the invaders.
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Actors John S. Ragin and Garry Walberg were both regulars in Quincy M. E. See more
An alien pushed forward by Vincent and shot with a ray gun burns up, but Vincent's body nearby also disappears. See more
A little girls' story of a truck that melted and disappeared eventually reached the newspapers and the eyes of David Vincent. Aware that such things can happen in the nightmare world of the Invaders, David Vincent has come here to Sands Point, Oregon. And now the nightmare enlarges as the girl describes a man seen running from the ill-fated truck, a man she had recognized as Morgan Tate, head of a nearby communications laboratory.
Although the character Murray Hamilton plays is referred to as Lewis Dunn throughout the episode, the character is billed as Lewis Dunhill in the closing credits. See more