The Green Hornet

Season 1 Episode 25

Invasion from Outer Space (1)

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Aired Friday 7:30 PM Mar 10, 1967 on ABC
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Invasion from Outer Space (1)
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The arrival of visitors from outer space seemingly coincides with an Air Force convoy transporting top secret electronic equipment and an H-Bomb missile warhead. Having Britt's secretary Casey taken hostage makes the situation very touchy.

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    William Dozier

    William Dozier

    Narrator

    Walter Brooke

    Walter Brooke

    District Attorney F.P. Scanlon

    Van Williams

    Van Williams

    Britt Reid / Green Hornet

    Bruce Lee

    Bruce Lee

    Kato

    Wende Wagner

    Wende Wagner

    Lenore 'Casey' Case

    Jerry Catron

    Jerry Catron

    Henchman #2

    Guest Star

    Troy Melton

    Troy Melton

    Henchman #1

    Guest Star

    Lloyd Haynes

    Lloyd Haynes

    Military Policeman

    Guest Star

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Casey: Why are you masquerading as space people?
        Mabouse: There was a time in my life when I sought the answers to questions that men never even dream of. But then I made the eternally fatal mistake of being ahead of my time. After a long search, I found the answer. Power, Miss Case. Power is what I found. Soon now I shall become a god. The power of life and death in the palm of my hand.

      • Mabouse: A fool and his bomb are soon parted.

      • Mabouse: I've always been a man of simple tastes, Miss Case. I just like the best: wine, women, and power.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The name of the villain, Dr. Eric Mabouse, is derived from the German cinema's arch-crtiminal Dr. Mabuse, created in a two-part silent movie by filmmaker Fritz Lang, who remade it in the early thirties. He revived the character in 1960, launching a new series of pictures quite popular at the time of this production.

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