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Appearing in "The Strange Wife Of Henry Johnson!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Strange Wife Of Henry Johnson!"Edit

An alien woman marries a scholar in order to act as a spy for her people, but when her husband discovers this, aliens apprehend him and prepare to take him back to their world. The woman tricks the aliens back into their ship and it automatically takes off. She admits to her husband that she has fallen in love with him and that her people will not be able to return to Earth for another two thousand years.

Appearing in "A Robot Among Us!"Edit

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Synopsis for "A Robot Among Us!"Edit

A future tyrant is tricked into allowing a revolutionary into his presence by using a robot Trojan horse.

Appearing in "Girl In A Trap!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Girl In A Trap!"Edit

Anna lives under communist rule and is promised by a gypsy that she will meet a brave man who will help her regain her freedom if only she has hope. She meets a man named Josef and thinks that he's the one but after various setbacks Anna begins to doubt. Eventually she crosses the border to safety and meets the real Josef in an embassy who denies ever visiting her country. Anna realizes the man she thought she had encountered was only the personification of her hope.

Appearing in "The Frightened Ones!"Edit

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Giants of Og escape their mountain prisons and descend upon the spaceport where they find blueprints on how to build rockets. Thinking they could build one large enough to transport them to Earth and terrify humans they blast off. When they arrive on Earth they discover that size is relative.

Appearing in "The Only Clue!"Edit


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Synopsis for "The Only Clue!"Edit

Elder discovers an ancient city in South America and asks the natives if they know who constructed it, but when they refer him to their idol, Elder becomes angry and refuses to even look at it although its design gives a clue as to the city architects.

Appearing in "Voice of the Dummy!"Edit


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Jewel thieves hide their loot inside a dummy but when the dummy warns them about the police they think it is magic, although it's really just the ventriloquist leading them through the amusement park into a police van.

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