The Champions (1968–1969)
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The Invisible Man 

Surgeon John Hallam has perfected an 'invisible man', a device which is transplanted into the ear and 'tells' people to obey instructions. He uses it on banker Sir Frederick Howard, telling... See full summary »

Director:

Cyril Frankel

Writers:

Monty Berman (creator), Donald James (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Stuart Damon ... Craig Stirling
Alexandra Bastedo ... Sharron Macready
William Gaunt ... Richard Barrett
Anthony Nicholls ... Tremayne
Peter Wyngarde ... Hallam
James Culliford James Culliford ... Sumner
Basil Dignam ... Sir Frederick
Aubrey Morris ... Van Velden
Steve Plytas Steve Plytas ... Boursin
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Surgeon John Hallam has perfected an 'invisible man', a device which is transplanted into the ear and 'tells' people to obey instructions. He uses it on banker Sir Frederick Howard, telling him to melt down thirty million dollars' worth of gold from the City of London. Howard is evasive with the Nemesis agents and is later killed, having served his purpose. Hallam and accomplice Sumner transport the gold to the continent. The pursuing Craig gets captured by them and wakes up at a roadside in Holland. He has an 'invisible man' implanted in him and he has to obey its instructions... Written by don @ minifie-1

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2 October 1968 (UK) See more »

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Mono (RCA Sound System)

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Color
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Craig is in a room which is suddenly filled with gas, which proceeds to knock him out. Later, he dives off a dock and holds his breath underwater, longer than the average person would be able to. Why didn't he do this in the room with the gas? He would have instinctively known to try to hold his breath, so wouldn't it have worked the same as it did underwater? See more »

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A good episode
26 May 2019 | by shaksprynSee all my reviews

This is a strong outing for our great Three Musketeers of the 1960's! There is an interesting plot, and Peter Wyngarde makes a fine villain. What comes across well is that the three agents care about each other and share a bond. That is one of the big assets of this series. We get some nice exterior scenes and also some good action ones. Craig gets the most screen time in this one, but of course Richard and the beautiful Sharon are here as always. It really is an ensemble or team series for those three. Lots to like in this outing.


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