The Invisible Man (1975)

NBC (ended 1976)
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 1 : Ep 12

    An Attempt To Save Face

    Aired

  • S 1 : Ep 11

    Power Play

    Aired 1/19/76

  • S 1 : Ep 10

    The Klae Dynasty

    Aired 12/8/75

  • S 1 : Ep 9

    Pin Money

    Aired 12/1/75

  • S 1 : Ep 8

    Stop When Red Lights Flash

    Aired 11/24/75

  • Cast & Crew
  • David McCallum

    Dr. Daniel Westin

  • Melinda O. Fee

    Dr. Kate Westin

  • Craig Stevens

    Walter Carlson

  • Lew Palter

    Motel Clerk

  • Jon Cedar

    Lobby Guard

  • show Description
  • As a scientist working for a government think-tank called the KLAE Corporation, Dr. Daniel Westin creates a formula to be used for matter transformation. To test the formula he uses it on himself. Before he can return to normal he discovers the government wants to use his formula for wrong, so he destroys it. Being unable to become visible again, he and his wife become agents for KLAE fighting crime, while trying to rediscover his formula and return to normal.This series was loosely based on H.G. Wells novel The Invisible Man and was canceled before it's first season finished.moreless

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  • Notes (12)

    • Nicholas Maggio, plastic surgeon helped make Daniel "visible" again, by creating a realistic face mask made from a Derma-plex compound, which had the same feel and texture as realistic skin tissue. Nick refined every detail, with special contact lenses for the eyes, a hair piece, caps for the teeth, eyelashes. etc. He also used the same technique for the hands, by making a pair of "gloves" with the same compound.

    • Robert Hackman (Project Worker) was credited as Bob Hackman.

    • Writer and directer credits were listed at the end of this episode.

    • Writer and directer credits were listed at the end of this episode.

    • Tony Burton (3rd Prisoner) was actually credited as Tony B. Burton.

    • Writer and directer credits were listed at the end of this episode.

    • John A. Zee (John Arnold) was actually credited as John Zee.

    • In this episode we learn the Klae Corporation is worth almost $1 billion dollars and is privately owned by 3 members of the Klae family.

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    Trivia (2)

    • While Margaret is walking to the back room to play poker, she says hi to Mickey. No one was credited as Mickey. But, the actor's name playing the 2nd Truck Driver is Mickey.

    • At the beginning of this episode Captain B.B. Scopes walks down some steps outside the Klae Corporation to meet the arriving Morgan Klae. After stepping off the final step he trips and looks down to see what he tripped over - kind of funny.

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • The Invisible Man (1975)

    By DerrickFergus, Sep 19, 2012