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Appearing in "The Men Who Conquered the Earth"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Men Who Conquered the Earth"Edit

An inventor attempts to unify the countries of Earth by building a ray which will draw Mars close enough that its rocket ships can launch an attack. He realizes his mistake when the Martian forces begin to get the upper hand, so he tricks the Martian commander into bringing him back to his device where he reverses the ray, placing Mars back in its previous orbit.

Appearing in "Escape from Death!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Escape from Death!"Edit

A criminal condemned to die in the electric chair has planned for his mob to short circuit the electrical power and spring him, but the warden tells him that they arrested three of his men earlier. The man thinks the warden is trying to rattle him as he sits in the chair and the switch is thrown. He doesn't feel any different and he sees a shadowed figure urging him to follow. He assumes the figure is one of his mob leading him to freedom, but when the temperature rises and his vision clears, it turns out to be Satan leading him to Hell.

Appearing in "Planet of Terror!"Edit

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An Earthman sets himself up as a god among primitive Saturians.

Appearing in "The House That Wasn't There"Edit

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Synopsis for "The House That Wasn't There"Edit

A mailman who desires the job of postmaster finds he has a natural gift to see the inhabitants of time-space and they want him to come with them so that he may be involved with an exciting new experiment. Since he desires the job as postmaster enough that he drugged a rival to affect his disqualification, he refuses their offer and leaves the time-space house that only he can see after drinking some of the wine they offer him. It turns out that the wine has given him to power to travel in time-space and he meets up with the two who explain because he rejected their offer, they are going to make him the mailman of time-space, a position which makes him miserable.

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