The Invaders - The First Season (Roy Thinnes)

Release Date: 17 September 2007 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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How does a nightmare begin? For architect David Vincent (Roy Thinnes) it begins when, alone at night on a country road, he witnesses the landing of a UFO. He has stumbled upon a terrifying secret. Aliens from a doomed planet are infiltrating Earth! He attempts to warn the sceptical world, but no one believes him since the aliens look just like us. Only a stiff fourth finger, a lack of a heartbeat, and a tendency to glow give them away.

An intriguing combination of paranoid science fiction and dramatic thriller, this highly influential series focuses on one man's determined efforts to save the world. Produced by the legendary Quinn Martin (The Fugitive), The Invaders features all 17 Season One episodes on 5 discs, on DVD for the first time ever!

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Release Date: 17 September 2007
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance

Region 2
Year 1967
Screen Fullscreen 4:3
Languages English

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A Quinn Martin production (creator of The Fugitive)

QM provided two of the best series to run on TV in the sixties. This is scifi for people who don't like scifi because there are no little green men. Like 'The Fugitive' this is one man's struggle against all odds. Playing it as a straight drama rather than men from Mars is the key. Amazing how the quality remains through every episode.

Catalogue No: PHE9376