The Invaders

Season 1 Episode 7

Nightmare

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Aired Unknown Feb 21, 1967 on ABC
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Vincent travels to a small town to check a possible link between the aliens and an attack of carnivorous insects.

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    Roy Thinnes

    Roy Thinnes

    David Vincent

    William Woodson

    William Woodson

    Narrator (uncredited)

    Hank Simms

    Hank Simms

    Introductory Narrator (uncredited)

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      • Although Nightmare takes place in central Kansas, a number of sub-tropical plants are seen scattered throughout the episode. In the opening scene, for instance, near the wooden barn, a large Australian eucalyptus tree is seen - a tree that cannot grow anywhere in that state. Later on, after David Vincent flees the boarding house, one can see in the distance, beyond a pale blue Volkswagen, two large Canary Island date palms. Palms do not grow in Kansas.

      • Even if butterflies could be made to eat meat, the number of butterflies in the container is far too few to consume that amount of meat.

      • The narrator states that Grady, Kansas is thirty miles from the geographic center of the United States. Later, at the twin silo, a map of Kansas shows Grady to be located at the center of the state. The geographic center is located in Lebanon, Kansas in Smith County on the state line with Nebraska. The distance from Lebanon to Grady is much greater than thirty miles and is more likely about 130 miles.

      • This episode takes place in central Kansas. The western two thirds of the state, which would include the town of Grady, consists of mainly flat prairie, yet in the distance in all directions tall mountains can be seen.

      • When David and Ed are pursuing the station wagon the scene cuts back and forth between the two as they talk. Look at the scenery through the rear window and it doesn't match from cut to cut.

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