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  • Series Premiere Date: Jun 1, 1959
  • Season #: 1
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  • Starring: Tim Turner, Deborah Watling, Lisa Daniely
  • Summary: Welcome to the H.G. Wells' Invisible Man episode guide at TV.com. A series produced in the 1950s from ITV in the UK, this show was remarkable for it's time for the special effects and action storylines. It is the story of a scientist who's pursuit for the secret of invisibility causes anWelcome to the H.G. Wells' Invisible Man episode guide at TV.com. A series produced in the 1950s from ITV in the UK, this show was remarkable for it's time for the special effects and action storylines. It is the story of a scientist who's pursuit for the secret of invisibility causes an accident where he himself becomes invisible. While trying to cure himself, he is drafted by the government to solve crimes and conduct secret spy missions. After broadcast in the UK, the series had a successful run on CBS in the USA. Expand
  • Genre(s): Action & Adventure, Fantasy
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  1. Jun 24, 2014
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    Have yet to see the season in its entirety, yet I find it easy to appreciate this classic series. Although each episode is not very wellHave yet to see the season in its entirety, yet I find it easy to appreciate this classic series. Although each episode is not very well paced, there is somehow flow and balance in dialogue and action. Not completely well aged, as scenes were Dr.Brady physically attack someone while he is without his badging, causes notice of obvious string use as well as awkward acting. Still, I was able to sit through entire episodes with no pressure of wasting time. Expand